The History of North Carolina, Volume 2 (Google eBook)

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Thomas Dobson, 1812 - North Carolina
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I
1
II
25
III
67
IV
85
V
120
VI
157
VII
173

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Page 235 - ... who never had an opportunity of being baptized, we shall have a chaplain with us to make them Christians. For this purpose we intend to rest in our camp every Sunday that there may be leisure for so good a work. And whoever in that neighborhood is desirous of novelty may come and hear a good sermon.
Page 262 - We the subscribers do voluntarily agree to form ourselves into an association, to assemble ourselves for conference for regulating public grievances and abuses of power, in the following particulars, with others of the like nature that may occur.
Page 234 - After this what imaginable dispute can arise among gentlemen who meet together with minds averse to chicane, and with inclinations to do equal justice, both to his majesty and the lords proprietors, in which disposition we make no doubt the commissioners on each side will find one another.
Page 235 - ... a chaplain with us to make them Christians. For this purpose we intend to rest in our camp every Sunday that there may be leisure for so good a work. And whoever in that neighborhood is desirous of novelty may come and hear a good sermon. Of this you will please to give notice that the charitable intentions of this government may meet with the happier success.
Page 265 - Opportunity to acquaint all those whose understandings have been run away with, and whose Passions have been led in Captivity by some evil designing Men, who, actuated by Cowardice and a sense of that publick Justice which is due to their Crimes, have obscured themselves from publick View...
Page 264 - ... have been denominated, and must have been treated, as high treason; and consequently have involved the abettors; most of whom I am satisfied were actuated by honest motives, though incautiously drawn in to concur in acts that might have terminated in the ruin and destruction of their families...
Page 258 - ... forming a regular vestry in all the counties have never in this county produced their happy fruits. That the county of Rowan above all counties in the province, lies under great disadvantages; as her inhabitants are composed almost of all nations of Europe; and instead of uniformity in doctrine and worship they have a medley of most of the religious tenets that have lately appeared in the world; who from dread of submitting to the national church should a lawful vestry be established, elect such...
Page 262 - That we will pay no more taxes until we are satisfied they are agreeable to law, and applied to the purposes therein mentioned; unless we cannot help it, or are forced. ."2. That we will pay no officer any more fees than the law allows, unless we are obliged to it; and then to show our dislike, and bear an open testimony against it.
Page 267 - As you want to be satisfied what is the amount of the tax for the public service for 1767, I am to inform you, it is seven shillings a taxable, besides the county and parish taxes, the particulars of which I will give to Mr. Hunter.
Page 260 - ... whether the freemen of this County labor under abuses of power, and in particular to examine into the public taxes, and inform themselves by what laws, and for what uses they are laid, in order to remove some jealousies out of our minds ; and the Representatives, Vestrymen, and other officers...

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Documenting the American South: Colonial and State Records of ...
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Lauber, Indian Slavery in Colonial Times. Ch. VIII
1 Williamson, The History of North Carolina, i, p. 95; Lawson, op. cit., pp. 73, 74; Hawks, History of North Carolina, second edition, ii, p. 73. ...
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Sandhills’ Families: Early Reminiscences of the Fort Bragg Area
Sandhills’ Families:. Early Reminiscences of the Fort Bragg Area. Cumberland, Harnett, Hoke, Moore, Richmond, and Scotland. Counties, North Carolina ...
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