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" We do therefore seize upon the persons of those few ill men which have been (next to our sins) the grand authors of our miseries ; resolving to secure them for what justice orders from his Highness, with the English Parliament, shall direct, lest, ere... "
History of Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1630-1877: With a Genealogical Register - Page 108
by Lucius Robinson Paige - 1877 - 731 pages
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Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin ..., Volume 4

Peter Force - United States - 1846
...what Justice, Orders from his Highness, with the English Parliament shall direct, lest, e're we are aware, we find (what we may fear, being on all sides in danger) our selves to be by them given away to a Foreign Power, before such Orders can reach unto us, for which...
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The Historical Magazine, and Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities ...

History - 1862
...what Justice, Orders from his Highness, with the English Parliament shall direct, lest, ere we are aware, we find (what we may fear, being on all sides in danger) our selves to be by them given away to a Forreigu Power, before such Orders can reach unto us; for...
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An Account of the Late Revolution in New England

Nathanael Byfield - Boston (Mass.) - 1865 - 26 pages
...being on all fides in Danger) our felves to be by them given away to a Forreign Power, before fuch Orders can reach unto us ; for which Orders we now...wait. In the mean time firmly believing, that we have endeavoured nothing but what meer Duty to God and our Country calls for at our Hands : We commit our...
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The Government of Sir Edmund Andros Over New England, in 1688 and 1689: Read ...

John Romeyn Brodhead - New England - 1867 - 40 pages
...what justice orders from his Highness " with the English Parliament shall direct, lest, " ere we are aware, we find (what we may fear, " being on all sides...Foreign power, before " such orders can reach unto us;" (Magnolia, I., 179,180: Hutch.,1., 381; Force's 2>ac<*,IV.,ix.,x.) There was certainly no " Foreign...
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History of New England During the Stuart Dynasty, Volume 3

John Gorham Palfrey - New England - 1870
...what justice orders from his Highness, with the English Parliament, shall direct, lest, ere we are aware, we find (what we may fear, being on all sides...time, firmly believing that we have endeavored nothing but what mere duty to God and our country calls for at our hands, we commit our enterprise unto the...
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A Compendious History of New England: From the Discovery by ..., Volume 2

John Gorham Palfrey - New England - 1873
...what justice orders from his Highness, with the English Parliament, shall direct, lest, ere we are aware, we find (what we may fear, being on all sides...away to a foreign power before such orders can reach us, for which orders we now humbly wait. In the mean time, firmly believing that we have endeavored...
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The American Colonies in the Seventeenth Century: Imperial control ...

Herbert Levi Osgood - United States - 1907 - 60 pages
...shall direct, lest, ere we are aware, we find . . . ourselves to be by them given away to a Forreign Power, before such Orders can reach unto us ; for which Orders we now humbly wait. " A chief share in the composition of this paper has with reason been attributed to Cotton Mather ;...
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The American Colonies in the Seventeenth Century: Imperial contorl ...

Herbert Levi Osgood - United States - 1907
...shall direct, lest, ere we are aware, we find . . . ourselves to be by them given away to a Forreign Power, before such Orders can reach unto us ; for which Orders we now humbly wait." A chief share in the composition of this paper has with reason been attributed to Cotton Mather ; though...
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Readings in American History

James Alton James - United States - 1914 - 584 pages
...what Justice, Orders from his Highness, with the English Parliament shall direct; lest, ere we are aware, we find what we may fear, being on all sides in danger our selves to be by them given away to a Foreign Power, before such Orders can reach unto us; for which...
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Readings in American History

David Saville Muzzey - United States - 1915 - 594 pages
...away by them to a Forreign P'nt,er? before such Orders can reach unto us ; for which orders now we humbly wait. In the mean time firmly believing, that we have endeavored nothing but what meer Duty to God and our Country calls for at our Hands : we commit our Enterprise unto the...
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