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Collections of the Maine Historical Society - Page 300
by JOHN CHAMBERLAIN - 1890
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THE HISTORY OF NEW ENGLAND FROM 1630 TO 1649

JOHN WINTHROP, ESQ - 1825
...in their ministry, did walk in such a way. They all acknowledged they cjjd. So, after much debate, the court adjudged him guilty of sedition, and also...fast as a means of reconciliation of the differences, &c. and he purposely set himself to kindle and increase them.3 The govcr||hefore|| 1 From the Records...
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The history of New England from 1630 to 1649. With notes by J. Savage

John Winthrop - History - 1825
...they, in their ministry, did walk in such a way. They all acknowledged they did. So, after much debate, the court adjudged him guilty of sedition, and also...fast as a means of reconciliation of the differences, &c. and he purposely set himself to kindle and increase them.3 The govcrHhefore[l 1 From the Records...
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The History of the United States of America, Volume 1

Richard Hildreth - United States - 1849
...in his favor, one, especially, signed by many principal inhabitants of Boston, Wheelwright was found guilty of sedition, and also of contempt, " for that...appointed the fast as a means of reconciliation of differences, and he purposely set himself to kindle them." A protest was offered by the governor and...
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THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FROM THE DISCOVERY OF THE ...

RICHARD HILDRETH - 1849
...in his favor, one, especially, signed by many principal inhabitants of Boston, Wheelwright was found guilty of sedition, and also of contempt, " for that...appointed the fast as a means of reconciliation of differences, and he purposely set himself to kindle them." A protest was offered by the governor and...
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THE HISTORY OF THE NEW ENGLAND

JAMES SAVAGE - 1853
...fine notice will appear in Addenda. such a way. They all acknowledged they did. So, after much debate, the court adjudged him guilty of sedition, and also...differences, etc., and he purposely set himself to kindle and increase them.1 The governour and some few more (who dissented) tendered a protestation,...
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Annals of the American Pulpit: Trinitarian Congregational. 1857

William Buell Sprague - Baptists - 1857
...General Court, at an adjourned session, tried Mr. Wheelwright, and pronounced him guilty of sedition and contempt ; " for that the Court had appointed the Fast as a means of reconciliation of differences, and he purposely set himself to kindle them." During the trial, several petitions were...
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History of New England, Volume 1

John Gorham Palfrey - New England - 1858
...Col. Rec., I. 189. Winthrop, I. 214. his sermon being produced, he justified it So, after much debate, the Court adjudged him guilty of sedition, and also...fast as a means of reconciliation of the differences, &c., and he purposely set himself to kindle and increase them."1 1 Winthrop, I. 215. Both the original...
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History of New England, Volume 1

John Gorham Palfrey - New England - 1859
...Col. Bee., 1. 189. Winthrop, I. 214. his sermon being produced, he justified it So, after much debate, the Court adjudged him guilty of sedition, and also...fast as a means of reconciliation of the differences, &c., and he purposely set himself to kindle and increase them." * 1 Winthrop, I. 215. Both the...
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History of Congregationalism from about A.D. 250 to the Present ..., Volume 4

George Punchard - Congregationalism - 1880
...them with much bitterness and vehemency." For this discourse he was called to account, and adjudged "guilty of sedition and also of contempt, for that...differences, etc., and he purposely set himself to kindle and increase them." Against this judgment Governor Vane and a few others protested ; and the...
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Provincial and State Papers, Volume 1

New Hampshire - History - 1867
...research of Hon. SD Bell, of Manchester. They all acknowledged that they did. So after much debate the court adjudged him guilty of sedition, and also...differences, etc., and he purposely set himself to kindle and increase them. The governor and some few more who dissented, tendered a protestation, which,...
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