The History of Connecticut, from the First Settlement of the Colony to the Adoption of the Present Constitution, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Durrie and Peck, 1855 - Connectictut
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Page 474 - Subjects and Strangers, as shall or will willingly accompany them in, and to their said...
Page 47 - I, you come hither to raise these wasps about my ears, and then you will take wing and flee away...
Page 471 - ... constituted, elected, and chosen out of the freemen of the said Company for the...
Page 205 - England, shall be, from time to time, and forever hereafter, a body corporate and politic, in fact and name, by the name of the Governor and Company of the English Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, in New England, in America...
Page 279 - He appeared at first to regard the young man with silent indignity, but at length, casting a disdainful look upon his youthful face, "this manly sachem," said, in broken English, "YOU MUCH CHILD!
Page 476 - ... said trade of fishing upon the said coast, in any of the seas thereunto adjoining, or any arms of the seas, or salt water rivers where they have been accustomed to fish...
Page 475 - Execucon, against vs, our heires and Successors, a sufficient warrant and discharge. AND WEE DOE FURTHER, for vs, our heires and Successors, give and Graunt vnto the said Governor and Company and their Successors, by these presents, That itt shall and may bee lawfull to and for the...
Page 445 - It is the duty of infants who confederate in their parents, when grown up to years of discretion, though not yet fit for the Lord's supper, to own the covenant they made with their parents, by entering thereinto in their own persons : and it is the duty of the church to call upon them for the performance thereof; and if being called upon they shall refuse the performance of this great duty, or otherwise continue scandalous, they are liable to be censured for the same by the church.
Page 229 - Majesty's commissioners is published, to be recorded with us, if thereby it shall appear to our committee that we are, by his Majesty's authority, now put under Connecticut patent, we shall submit, by a necessity brought upon us by the means of Connecticut aforesaid, but with a solvo jure of our former rights and claims, as a people who have not yet been heard in point of plea.
Page 475 - ... not contrary to the laws of this realm of England, as well for settling the forms and ceremonies of government, and magistracy, fit and necessary for the said plantation, and the inhabitants there, as for naming and stiling all sorts of officers, both superior and inferior, which they shall find needful for the government and plantation of the said colony...

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