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Chapter 19
The Entrepreneur's Options Table of Contents: 00:00 - Chapter 19 00:04 - Introduction 00:24 - Sole Proprietorships 01:03 - Agency Concepts and Partnership Law 01:49 - Uniform Partnership Act (UPA) 02:08 - Rights and Duties of Partners 03:07 - Property Rights of Partners 03:56 - Partnership Operation 04:54 - Limited Liability Partnerships 05:20 - Liability in a LLP 06:19 - Limited Partnerships 06:59 - Liability in Limited Partnerships 07:20 - Corporations 07:55 - Limited Liability Companies
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Beem Letter, October 1861 (page 3)

killed several hundred of the enemy and
took 13 prisoners-- Providence is certainly
on our side, or we would not come off so
well.
Now, my dear Hala, you must excuse this
hastily written letter. I have written several
letters to-day and am getting tired. I am very
thankful that I have come out as safely as I have.
It is true I have been in some danger, but
I never felt like being afraid in the least. I am
in a good cause and intend to do my duty.
It seems

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Personal War Sketches of the Members of Geo. H. Chapman Post No. 209
Title page to a bound volume of war sketches from members of the G.A.R. Geo. H. Chapman Post in Indianapolis. The illustrations on the page show three American flags and an open book.,The G.A.R. Geo. H. Chapman post was active at least from 1883 to 1913. The post historian initiated a project to get a "personal war sketch" from each member, then combined them into an account. The post was named for Brevet Major General George Henry Chapman of the 3rd Indiana Cavalry.
Author(s): Grand Army of the Republic. Geo. H. Chapman Post N

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Marie Ester Brandt Diary Entries, 1861-1865
Selected entries from the diaries of Marie Ester Brandt during the Civil War years. The diary entries describe daily life, social activities, and Civil War experiences in the towns of Hanover and Madison, Indiana.,Marie Ester Brandt was a Quaker sabbath school teacher in Hanover, Jefferson County, Indiana; and the daughter of a farmer and general store owner in Hanover.
Author(s): Brandt, Marie Ester, 1823-1915

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Concentration Gradients
This RLO describes the concept of concentration gradients in biological systems through analogy with gradients found in everyday life, and outlines passive and active transport across cell membranes.
Author(s): Fred Riley

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That Catholic Show - I Confess
Episode 8 - Why do Catholics confess their sins to a priest? Why not go straight to God? What's the difference? Watch That Catholic Show to find out!
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Saturday 8th July [1865]
One of the cotton girls came over to help scrub the kitchen. Between 200 and 300 wagons belonging to Sherman's Army passed through town on the way to Louisville to be sold. Nearly all of the local men who served in the war have returned home. Marie says that it finally feels like the war is really over. She believes the government should banish all the leaders of the Rebellion and deal mercifully and justly with the negroes. She also mentions that they took the honey out of the cap and were able
Author(s): Brandt, Marie Ester, 1823-1915

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Tuesday 25th February [1862]
Mrs. McClintock was over helping with twisting stocking yarn. Alonzo Thomas came over for supper.,Tuesday 25th Feb [1862]
Cloudy this morning and
some through the day. Henry and Felix went
to Madison. Mrs. McClintock was here
twisting stocking yarn till about the
middle of the afternoon, we finished ours
afterward and sent home the wheel,
Alonzo Thomas was here for supper. he and
Felix went down to Mr. Ramsays. Cal[?]
Kyle was here this afternoon a while
she

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before) there is an exhaustive quantity. So it lacks only stone coal to make it one of the richest Mineral Counties in America. You further ask what kind of land that 12 ½ ct Land is, It is as good as any in the state, including, however every variety from the best to the worst. You doubtless, as most people do, infer from the low price that it must of necessity be very poor land Not so, it is not the quality of the land that regulates the price but the length of time it has been on the mar
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A receipt to color cotton yellowTo three lbs of cotton take 1 oz of carbonate of potash2 oz. sugar of lead, dissolve the Potash in boiling rain water, and sugar of lead in warm rain water dip first in potash then in sugar of lead N. B. It is said to color wool also color a few of your cotton rags this color “ your wool rags red.,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
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George W. Ham letter to Kate Ballard, October 10, 1864
Mr. Ham writes about Kate's upcoming marriage and probes to find out more about the groom. Ham is not in good health.,Transcripts provided by previous owner. Catharine (Kate) Ballard became Catharine (Kate) Garman when she married George Garman in October, 1864.
Author(s): Ham, George W.

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come to Nashville to work on Bridge if I would say so. I don’t hardly know what to say in regard to that matter I am afraid you could not stand to live on the fare that you would get; and besides that I understand that they are all armed, so as to defend themselves against Guerrillas which are very common in this county, if you could get employed at a Post why I would say come on, but as it is I will not say so. You can use your own pleasure although I would like to see you down here. Ve
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come to Nashville to work on Bridge if I would say so. I don’t hardly know what to say in regard to that matter I am afraid you could not stand to live on the fare that you would get; and besides that I understand that they are all armed, so as to defend themselves against Guerrillas which are very common in this county, if you could get employed at a Post why I would say come on, but as it is I will not say so. You can use your own pleasure although I would like to see you down here. Ve
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were sent to this camp. There was eleven from our regiment. We are inside the fortress I am going to stay here all summer and perhaps until my time is out if I get along all right dont tell anybody I said so I never expect to get into another fight if I can help it. Unless those rebs will attack us here, and if they do that they will get the worst whipping they ever got. Old Rosy never was defeated yet. He won eighteen victories. The rebels moved up on Shelbyville Pike within five miles
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Plan B for the euro zone
The lesser of two evils
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William H. Missimer letter to George Garman, July 17, 1859
Mr. Missimer rejects offer to form partnership. Discusses mutual friends.,Transcripts provided by previous owner.
Author(s): Missimer, William H.

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lines present a formidable appearanceand woe betide the Rebel horde who shallever attempt to scale their walls many a known Rebel will be called to his last accountbefore he walks the streets of Chattanoogaexcept it to be as a “Prisoner of war” Bragg’sHeadquarters can be seen from our camp the whole Rebel Army is within a cannonshot of town yesterday we underwent a bombardment they shelled the town; a few shellsburst in our camp, no one was hurt thatI heard of, we are expecting a fighthe
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You doubtless have heard of the Bloody Battle of Chickamauga fought ner Chattanooga we suffered mutch in that fight 5 of our boys fell dead and 11 wounded I am sorry to inform you that Friend Peter Harter was killed a better Soldier never Shouldered a musket indeede he was a good boy. the wounded that are here are doing very well Some of them I guess are at home. Since then two of our boys have been taken prisoners Namely Eli Mclleland and Joseph Thompson we are not certain whether Eli is a
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the beauties of the surrounding scenery the soft Southern breezes as they move the dark green branches of the cedars on the Mountainsides makes me think of the deep deep Sea with its rolling billows in this Secluded spot (shut out from almost all the rest of the world) is stationed four Reg’ts and one Battery (the Brigade of Gen’l Wagner, no other force nearer than twelve miles but this is considered sufficiently strong to hold this place against the Enemy the citizens of Grundy and the s
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