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" But the main business, which spent the most time, and caused the adjourning of the court, was about the removal of Newtown. They had leave, the last general court, to look out some place for enlargement or removal, with promise of having it confirmed... "
History of Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1630-1877: With a Genealogical Register - Page 28
by Lucius Robinson Paige - 1877 - 731 pages
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1815
...also had no small dependence on his ministry, and abilities. They had leave the former court, to seek out some place for enlargement or removal, with promise...it confirmed to them, if it were not prejudicial to some oilier plantation. And now, having viewed several other places about the sea coast without satisfaction,...
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The History of Cambridge

Abiel Holmes - Cambridge (Mass.) - 1801 - 67 pages
...had leave the laft General Court to look out for fome place for enlargement or removal, with promife of having it confirmed to them, if it were not •prejudicial...that they might have leave to remove to Connecticut." The fubjeft was largely and warmly debated ; " the whole Colony being affefted with the difpute." When...
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collections of the massachusetts historical society

Samuel Hall,The Massachusetts Historical Society - 1801
...had leave the laft General Court to look out for fome place for enlargement or removal, with promife of having it confirmed to them, if it were not prejudicial...that they might have leave to remove to Connecticut." The fubjed was largely and warmly debated ; " the whole Colony being affected with the difpute." When...
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collections of the massachusetts historical society for the year 1800

charles c little and james brown - 1846
...the Court, was about the removal of Newtown. They had leave the last General Court to look out for some place for enlargement or removal, with promise...that they might have leave to remove to Connecticut." The subject was largely and warmly debated ; " the whole Colony being affected with the dispute." When...
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A General History of New England: From the Discovery to MDCLXXX.

William Hubbard - Massachusetts - 1848 - 768 pages
...also had no small dependence on his ministry and abilities. They had leave the former Court1 to seek out some place for enlargement or removal, with promise...it confirmed to them, if it were not prejudicial to some other Plantation. And now, having viewed several other places about the sea coast without satisfaction,...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1848
...also had no small dependence OH his ministry and abilities. They had leave the former Court1 to seek out some place for enlargement or removal, with promise...it confirmed to them, if it were not prejudicial to some other Plantation. And now, having viewed several other places about the sea coast without satisfaction,...
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Lives of the Chief Fathers of New England, Volume 6

New England - 1849
...which spent the most time, and caused the adjourning of the court, was about the removal of Newtown. They had leave, the last general court, to look out...promise of having it confirmed to them, if it were riot prejudicial to any other plantation ; and now they moved, that they might have leave to remove...
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The life of Thomas Hooker

Edward William Hooker - 1849 - 324 pages
...which spent the most time, and caused the adjourning of the court, was about the removal of Newtown. They had leave, the last general court, to look out...promise of having it confirmed to them, if it were riot prejudicial to any other plantation ; and now they moved, that they might have leave to remove...
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The History of New England from 1630 to 1649, Volume 1

John Winthrop - Massachusetts - 1853
...which spent the most time, and caused the adjourning of the court, was about the removal of Newtown. They had leave, the last general court, to look out...removal were, 1. Their want of accommodation for their cattie, so as they were not able to maintain their ministers, nor could receive any more of their friends...
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History of New England, Volume 1

John Gorham Palfrey - New England - 1858
...was readily consented to.3 At the next meeting, the purpose "to remove to Connecticut" was avowed. " This matter was debated divers days, and many reasons...reasons for their removal were, — 1. Their want of acAllogod mocommodation for their cattle, so as they were not tm* fer , t . • , • .m . ... " i...
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