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Books Books 1 - 7 of 7 on came John Langford, of the Isle of Kent, gentleman, high constable of the said island,....  
" came John Langford, of the Isle of Kent, gentleman, high constable of the said island, who had given a voice in the choice of Robert Philpot, gentleman, to be one of the burgesses for the freemen of that island, and desired to revoke his voice, and to... "
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by Maryland Historical Society - 1867
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A sketch of the history of Maryland, during the three first years after its ...

John Leeds Bozman - 1811
...gentleman, high constable of the said island, who had given a voice in the choice of Robert Philpot, gentleman, to be one of the burgesses for the freemen of that island, and desired to revoke his voice, * From this we may infer, that the secretary of the province, Mr. Lewger, acted as clerk of this assembly,...
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The History of Maryland: From Its First Settlement, in 1633, to ..., Volume 2

John Leeds Bozman - Maryland - 1837
...gentleman, high constable of the said island, who had given a voice in the choice of Robert Philpot, gentleman, to be one of the burgesses for the freemen...personally put in the assembly, and was admitted." The house then proceeded to the most important business of The astheir session, the consideration of...
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The History of Maryland: From Its First Settlement, in 1633, to ..., Volume 2

John Leeds Bozman - Maryland - 1837
...gentleman, high constable of the said island, who had given a voice in the choice of Robert Philpot, gentleman, to be one of the burgesses for the freemen of that jsland, and desired to revoke his voice, and to be personally put in the assembly, and was admitted."...
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Sparks' American Biography

Jared Sparks - United States - 1846
...gentleman, high constable of the said island, who had given a voice in the choice of Robert Philpot, gentleman, to be one of the burgesses for the freemen...personally put in the Assembly, and was admitted." Thus the Assembly was organized, Governor Calvert being speaker, Mr. Lewger, the secretary of the province,...
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Annual Report Of The President Of The Maryland Historical Society, And Of ...

John D. Toy - 1850
...gentleman, high constable of the said island, who had given a voice in the choice of Robert Philpot, gentleman, to be one of the burgesses for the freemen...personally put in the assembly, and was admitted." And so, by this simple process, Edward Bateman, the ship carpenter, by his proxy, John Robinson, the...
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The Growth of the Popular Forces in Colonial Maryland

Georgine Zetelle Fraser - 1898 - 182 pages
...Isle of Kent, High Constable of the said island, who had given a voice in the choice of Robert Philpot gentleman, to be one of the burgesses for the freemen of that island, desired to revoke his voice and be personally present in the assembly and was admitted. "^ The third...
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A history of the General Assembly of Maryland, 1635-1904

Elihu Samuel Riley - Political Science - 1904 - 423 pages
...Cormvalleys. John Langford, of the Isle of Kent, revoked his proxie to Robert Philpot, and was admitted "to be one of the Burgesses for the freemen of that island." Thomas Baldridge was represented by his proxie to James Baldridge ; Thomas Boys, mariner, of St. Maries,...
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