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" Lands, a part of these only was offered to be granted to them, and another part denyed. Nor could any mans own Land be confirmed to him, without a particular Survey of every part and parcel of them first made, the great charges whereof, and of other Fees... "
A narrative of the proceedings of sir Edmond Androsse and his complices, who ... - Page 9
by Edmund Andros (sir.), William Stoughton - 1691
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Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin ..., Volume 4

Peter Force - United States - 1846
...part of these only teas offered to be granted to them, and another part denied. Nor could any man's own land be confirmed to him, without a particular survey of every part and parcel of them first made, the great charges whereof, and of other fees to be taken would have been to rnost men insupportable:...
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Narratives of the Insurrections, 1675-1690, Volume 16

Charles McLean Andrews - Bacon's Rebellion, 1676 - 1915 - 414 pages
...this Mischief. When some men have Petitioned for a confirmation of their own Lands, a part of these only was offered to be granted to them, and another...particular Survey of every part and parcel of them first made, the great charges whereof, and of other Fees to be taken, would have been to most men Insupportable...
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Publications, Volume 5

Prince Society - United States - 1868
...this Mifchief. When fome men have Petitioned for a confirmation of their own Lands, a part of thefe only was offered to be granted to them, and another...of them firft made, the great charges whereof, and of other Fees to be taken would have been to moft men Infupportable : Yea it hath by fome been computed...
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The Andros Tracts: Being a Collection of Pamphlets and Official Papers ...

William Henry Whitmore - Massachusetts - 1868
...this Mifchief. When fome men have Petitioned for a confirmation of their own Lands, a part of thefe only was offered to be granted to them, and another...of them firft made, the great charges whereof, and of other Fees to be taken would have been to mod men Infupportable : Yea it hath by fome been computed...
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