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" ... that at all times forever, from and after the date of these presents, we will cease and forbear all acts of hostility towards... "
Collections of the Maine Historical Society. [1st Ser.̈ - Page 415
by Maine Historical Society - 1853
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1804
...hostility, injuries, and discords towards all the subjects of the crown of Great-Britain, and not suffer the least hurt, violence, or molestation to them or...any of them, -in their persons or estates ; but will henceforth hold and maintain a firm and constant amity with all the English ; and will never confederate...
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Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society, Volume 1

New Hampshire - 1824
...hurt, violence or molestation to them or any of them in their persons or estates, but will henceforward hold and maintain a firm and constant amity and friendship...combine with any other nation to their prejudice. shall, at or before the time of the further ratification of this treaty, be restored, without any ransom...
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Magnalia Christi americana: or, The ecclesiastical history of New-England ...

Cotton Mather, Thomas Robbins - New England - 1853
...the least hurt or violence to them, or any of them, in their persons or estate: But will henceforward hold and maintain a firm and constant amity and friendship with all the English. " Itan. We abandon and forsake the French interest, nnd will not in any wise adhere to, join wilh,...
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The History of the Wars of New-England with the Eastern Indians: Or, a ...

Samuel Penhallow, Nathaniel Adams, Benjamin Colman, William Dodge - Indians of North America - 1859 - 139 pages
...hurt, violence or molestation to them or any of them in their persons or estates, but will henceforward hold and maintain a firm and constant amity and friendship...combine with any other nation to their prejudice. before the time of the further ratification of this treaty, be restored, without any ransom or payment...
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The History of the Wars of New-England with the Eastern Indians: Or, a ...

Samuel Penhallow, Nathaniel Adams, Benjamin Colman, William Dodge - Eastern Indians, Wars with, 1722-1726 - 1859 - 139 pages
...the least hurt or violence to them or any of them in their persons and estates; but will henceforth hold and maintain a firm and constant amity and friendship with all the English, and will never entertain any treasonable conspiracy with any other nation to their disturbance : that her Majesty's...
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The History of the Wars of New-England with the Eastern Indians: Or, a ...

Samuel Penhallow, Nathaniel Adams, Benjamin Colman, William Dodge - Indians of North America - 1859 - 139 pages
...the least hurt or violence to them or any of them in their persons and estates ; but will henceforth hold and maintain a firm and constant amity and friendship with all the English, and will never entertain any treasonable conspiracy with any other nation to their disturbance : that her Majesty's...
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The Abenaki Indians: their treaties of 1713 & 1717, and a vocabulary ; with ...

Frederic Kidder - History - 1859 - 25 pages
...toward all the subjects of the crown of Great Britain, and not to offer the least hurt or violence to them or any of them in their persons or estates, but will honor, forward, hold, & maintain a firm & constant amity & friendship with all the English, and will...
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Collections of the Maine Historical Society

Maine Historical Society - Local history - 1859
...toward all the subjects of the crown of Great Britain, and not to offer the least hurt or violence to them or any of them in their persons or estates, but will honor, forward, hold, & maintain a firm & constant amity & friendship with all the English, and will...
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Provincial and State Papers, Volume 3

New Hampshire - 1869
...violence to them or any of them in their persons and estates; but will henceforth hold and maintain a tirm and constant Amity and Friendship with all the English, and will never entertain any treasonable conspiracy with any other Nation to their disturbance: That her Majesty's...
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Provincial and State Papers, Volume 2

New Hampshire - 1868
...England, and not offer the least hurt or violence to them, or any of them, in their person or estate: But will hence forward hold and maintain a firm and...constant amity and friendship with all the English. " Item. We abandon and forsake the French interest, and will not in any wise adhere to, join with,...
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