Protestants -- Northern Ireland; Orangemen; Catholic Church -- Relations -- Church of England; Great Britain -- Relations -- Ireland; Irish; Identity (Philosophical concept); Popular music -- Ireland -- 19th century;
Discusses Orangemen of Shankill (Seanchill), a Protestant neighborhood in Belfast
Auditing -- Standards -- United States;Auditors' reports -- Standards -- United States;
This Statement provides guidance to auditors on restricting the use of reports issued pursuant to Statements on Auditing Standards (SASs). This Statement— • Defines the terms general use and restricted use. • Describes the circumstances in...
Auditing -- Standards -- United States;Auditing, Internal;Auditing -- Data processing
1. Section 320, "The Auditor's Study and Evaluation of Internal Control," of Statement on Auditing Standards No. 1 defines internal control in terms of administrative control and accounting control. That section also sets forth the basic concepts...
Industrial management -- History;Cost accounting -- History
Many have suggested that scientific management had a direct influence on the development of standard costing. This paper examines the relationship between these concepts in broad terms. While it is concluded that no direct relationship exists...
Cherokee Indians -- Warfare; Indians of North America -- Warfare; Cherokee Indians -- Relocation; Reconciliation;
Colonel Campbell reports the defection of Cherokee Indians from the American interests, and the conditions of the Cherokee camps. He also includes a copy of his attempts at a peace negotiation. Major [Joseph] Martin is cited as the Agent of...
Mississippi -- Social life and customs; New Jersey -- Social life and customs
Article describing a speech given by James Silver at Rutgers University, claiming that New Jersey is not much more advanced in terms of integration than Mississippi, but that New Jersey officials are more proactively addressing the situation there
Rumor -- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865; Sherman’s March to the Sea; Secession; Southern States -- Identity; Augusta (Ga.) -- History -- 19th century; Charleston (S.C.) -- History -- 19th century;
Roberts writes that the Yankees have cut the road between Augusta and Branchville and that Sherman is threatening the worst if he is able to capture Charleston and overrun South Carolina. Roberts predicts that the Yankees will soon acknowledge...
Troop movements; Travel; Soldiers -- Wounds and injuries;
Tells Maggie of more travels, including a ferry ride with several mules on the Tombigbee River. He tells her that his campaign is stationed in Tupelo and Okolona and that their losses have been severe.
Confederate States of America. Army -- Social conditions; Patriotism;
Thanks Maggie for writing often and tells of his fear that the Confederate troops are losing enthusiasm and therefore giving the Union an advantage. Roberts also asks his wife to entertain the Major if he visits Oxford.
This paper traces development in the accounting literature, circa 1909-1933, of, dominant support for contra-equity presentation of treasury stock, and relates this overview to prominent current arguments for selective asset treatment. Classic...
Mississippi Woman Suffrage Association; Suffrage; Representative government and representation; Women and democracy; Equality; Women's rights; Women -- Suffrage; First-wave feminism; Catt, Carrie Chapman, 1859-1947;
Letters from the national president Carrie Chapman Catt and the Mississippi president Marion Bankston Trotter