The simple dramatization in the schoolroom furnish excellent material for general assemblies or morning exercises.
These general assemblies of the citizens are described in the old city Common Hall.
The Calvinistic republic had its general assemblies, composed of nine deputies or representatives from each of the nine circles.
At their comitia or general assemblies, the people divided into their respective curiæ and gave their votes man by man.
The deputies to the general assemblies at Aurich could no longer undertake a journey grown so perilous.
The conduct of the General Assemblies of the Church has not been equal and impartial in matters of doctrine.
In the three original cantons, every citizen on attaining the age of sixteen, has the right of suffrage in the General Assemblies.
One of these letters was a circular addressed through the Governor to the General Assemblies of each of the several colonies.
The annual general assemblies of those days furnished an arena for high debate unequalled in the history of Scotland.
Abraham, however, was to have the privilege of delivering the address at the general assemblies.