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" Britons, who always in the Land of our Nativity, under the crown of England, have enjoyed that Liberty and privilege as to have our bounds and limits by ourselves within which all causes, quarrels, crimes, and titles were tryed, and wholly determined... "
History of Cambria County, Pennsylvania - Page 22
by Henry Wilson Storey - 1907
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A History of Haverford College for the First Sixty Years of Its Existence

Haverford College. Alumni Association - 1892 - 732 pages
...least, regarded as a grave act of injustice. " Being descended," says this appeal, " of the antient Britons, who always in the land of our Nativity, under the Crown of England, have enjoyed that liberty and priviledge as to have our bounds and limits by ourselves, within which...
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Pennsylvania Archives

Samuel Hazard, John Blair Linn, William Henry Egle, George Edward Reed, Thomas Lynch Montgomery, Charles Francis Hoban, Gertrude MacKinney - Pennsylvania - 1893
...Commiss'rs, which follows verbatim. Vid 25th 8ber and 19 9ber Last : Wee, the Inhabitants of the Welch tract in the Province of Pennsylvania, in America, being Descended of the Antient Britains, who always in the land of our Nativity under the Crown of England have Enjoyed that...
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Quakerism and politics: essays

Isaac Sharpless - Christianity and politics - 1905 - 224 pages
...and in 1690 men of other nationalities came in with claims. The settlers made an eloquent appeal: " We, the Inhabitants of the Welsh Tract in the Province...Land of our Nativity, under the crown of England, have enjoyed that Liberty and privilege as to have our bounds and limits by ourselves within which...
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Political Leaders of Provincial Pennsylvania

Isaac Sharpless - Pennsylvania - 1919 - 248 pages
...and in 1690 men of other nationalities came in with claims. The settlers made an eloquent appeal: " We, the Inhabitants of the Welsh Tract in the Province...Land of our Nativity, under the Crown of England, have enjoyed that Liberty and privilege as to have our bounds and limits by ourselves within which...
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