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" Carpenters, Shipwrights, Smiths, Masons, Joiners, Brickmakers, . Bricklayers, and all other artificers necessary in building or husbandry, not being private soldiers or seamen. That the same conditions as are proposed to those who have served in the capacity... "
Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society - Page 240
1895
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The Discoveries of Columbus and of the English in America: Including Concise ...

Henry Peter Dunster - America - 1860 - 424 pages
...to them. The same conditions that were proposed to private soldiers and sailors, were also offered to carpenters, shipwrights, smiths, masons, joiners,...brickmakers, bricklayers, and all other artificers in building and husbandry. Moreover, all who were willing to accept these proposals were to be maintained,...
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A Popular History of the United States, Volume 3

William Cullen Bryant, Sydney Howard Gay - United States - 1879
...special inducements to recently dismissed offi- "o™800"*cers and privates of the army and navy, as also to carpenters, shipwrights, smiths, masons, joiners,...other artificers necessary in building or husbandry," by which passage was given to Nova Scotia, grants of land made, and subsistence promised for a year....
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Nine Lectures on the Earlier Constitutional History of Canada

Sir William James Ashley - Canada - 1889 - 100 pages
...land and sea service as were willing to settle in Nova Scotia; and the .same conditions were offered to "carpenters, shipwrights, smiths, masons, joiners,...other artificers necessary in building or husbandry." They were promised that as soon as possible "a civil government shall be established, whereby they...
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History of Halifax city

Thomas Beamish Akins - Halifax (N.S.) - 1895 - 272 pages
...embark. That for the beuelit of the settlement, the same conditions which are proposed to privat« soldiers and seamen shall likewise be granted to Carpenters, Shipwrights, Smiths, Masons, Joiners, Brick makers, Bricklayers, and all other artificers necessary in building or husbandry, not being private...
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SCRI9BNER'S POPULAR HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT SYDNEY HOWARD GAY NOAH BROOKS - 1896
...special inducements to recently dismissed offi- No™8""'*cers and privates of the army and navy, as also to carpenters, shipwrights, smiths, masons, joiners,...other artificers necessary in building or husbandry," by which passage was given to Nova Scotia, grants of land made, and subsistence promised for a year....
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Scribner's popular history of the United States: from the earliest ...

William Cullen Bryant, Sydney Howard Gay, Noah Brooks - United States - 1898
...special inducements to recently dismissed offi- NoTaScotiacers and privates of the army and navy, as also to carpenters, shipwrights, smiths, masons, joiners,...other artificers necessary in building or husbandry," by which passage was given to Nova Scotia, grants of land made, and subsistence promised for a year....
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Surgeons, Smallpox and the Poor: A History of Medicine and Social Conditions ...

Allan E. Marble - Medical - 1997 - 376 pages
...The same terms proposed to private soldiers and seamen would be granted to carpenters, shipwrights, masons, joiners, brickmakers, bricklayers, and all...other artificers necessary in building or husbandry. The concluding paragraph read: "That the same conditions as are proposed to those who have served in...
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