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" ... his present authority, by some new powers from England. And it will be to little purpose, for my Lord to proceed in his colony, against which they have so exasperated and incensed all the English colony of Virginia, as here it is accounted a crime... "
Fund Publicaion - Page 296
by Maryland Historical Society - 1876
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THE FOUNDERS OF MARYLAND

REV.EDWARD D. NEILL A.B., - 1876
...English Colony of Virginia; as here it is accounted a crime almost as heinous as treason to favor, nay, to speak well of that colony of my Lord's. "And I...the country which have formerly been very familiar arid loving to one another, only because the one hath been suspected to have been a well wisher to...
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1600-1765

John Thomas Scharf - Maryland - 1879
...English colony of Virginia : as here it is accounted a crime almost as heinous as treason to favor, nay, to speak well of that colony of my Lord's. "And...which have formerly been very familiar and loving to one another, only because the one hath Veen suspected to have been a well-wisher to the plantation...
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1600-1765

John Thomas Scharf - Maryland - 1879
...English colony of Virginia: as here it is accounted a crime almost as heinous as treason to favor, nay, to speak well of that colony of my Lord's. " And I...myself a palpable kind of strangeness and distance tetween those of the best sort in the country which have formerly been very familiar and loving to...
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Johns Hopkins University studies in historical and political science

1895
...13, 1634, says " Here it is accounted a crime almost as heinous as treason to favor, nay, almost to speak well of that colony of my Lord's, and I have...but to have been a well-wisher to the Plantation of Maryland."1 Governor Harvey, writing to Secretary Windebank, December 16, 1634, says that he accounts...
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The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

Herbert Baxter Adams - Indians of North America - 1895 - 58 pages
...13, 1634, says " Here it is accounted a crime almost as heinous as treason to favor, nay, almost to speak well of that colony of my Lord's, and I have...but to have been a well-wisher to the Plantation of Maryland."1 Governor Harvey, writing to Secretary Windebank, December 16, 1634, says that he accounts...
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Johns hopkins university studies in historical and political science

1895
...13, 1634, says "Here it is accounted a crime almost as heinous as treason to favor, nay, almost to speak well of that colony of my Lord's, and I have...but to have been a well-wisher to the Plantation of Maryland."1 Governor Harvey, writing to Secretary Windebank, December 16, 1634, says that he accounts...
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The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

John Martin Vincent - History - 1903 - 112 pages
...English colony of Virginia, as here it is accounted a crime almost as heinous as treason to favor, nay, to speak well of that colony of my Lord's. And, I...strangeness and distance between those of the best sort in this country, which have formerly been very familiar and loving to one another, only because the one...
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Beginnings of Maryland, 1631-1639

Bernard Christian Steiner - Maryland - 1903 - 112 pages
...English colony of Virginia, as here it is accounted a crime almost as heinous as treason to favor, nay, to speak well of that colony of my Lord's. And, I...strangeness and distance between those of the best sort in this country, which have formerly been very familiar and loving to one another, only because the one...
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Narratives of Early Maryland, 1633-1684, Volume 10

Clayton Colman Hall - History - 1910 - 460 pages
...kind of strangenesse and distance between those of the best sort in the country who have formerly bene very familiar and loving one to another, only because the one hath bene suspected but to have bene a well wisher to the Plantation in Maryland. The Governor only of Virginia...
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