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" which were exercised in every royal colony as a matter of course. He suggested that the commissioners interest themselves in the elections so far as "to gett men of the best reputation and most peaceably inclined" chosen to the assembly, but he cautioned... "
The Fathers of New England: A Chronicle of the Puritan Commonwealths - Page 121
by Charles McLean Andrews - 1919 - 210 pages
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English Colonial Administration Under Lord Clarendon, 1660-1667

Percy Lewis Kaye - United States - 1905 - 150 pages
...assembly called to which they were to make " the utmost endeavors privately," but " without offence, to gett men of the best reputation and most peaceably inclined " chosen. To this assembly they were to make their appeal, so far as possible, over the heads of the governor and...
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The Chronicles of America Series, Volume 6

Allen Johnson - United States - 1919
...Massachusetts, to control the militia, and to examine and correct the laws powers, it may be noted, which were exercised in every royal colony as a matter...to the assembly, but he cautioned them to "proceed very warily" in some of these things. He had a hope that Massachusetts might be so wrought upon as...
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