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" That all acts made by any power whatever, other than the General Assembly of this Province, imposing taxes on the inhabitants, are infringements of our inherent and unalienable rights as men and British subjects, and render void the most valuable declarations... "
History of Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1630-1877: With a Genealogical Register - Page 134
by Lucius Robinson Paige - 1877 - 731 pages
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The History of ...: Massachuset's Bay ...

Thomas Hutchinson - Massachusetts - 1828
...the general assembly of the province, imposing taxes on the inhabitants, are infringements of their inherent and unalienable rights, as men and British...and render void the most valuable declarations of their charter. They conclude with a resolve, that the house owe the strictest allegiance to his most...
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The controversy between Great Britain and her colonies reviewed: the several ...

William Knox, George Grenville, Thomas Whately, John Mein - United States - 1769 - 207 pages
...That all acts made by any power whatever, other than the general affembly of this province, impofing taxes on the inhabitants, are infringements of our inherent and unalienable rights, as men and Britifh fubjects, and render void the moft valuable declarations of our charter. XIII. Refohed, That...
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HISTORY OF MASSACHUSETTS FROM 1764 TO JULY 1775

ALDEN BRADFORD - 1822
...preceding,) all acts made by any power whatever, other than the General Assembly of this province, imposing taxes on the inhabitants, are infringements...void the most valuable declarations of our charter : That the extension of the powers of a court of admiralty within the province was a most violent infraction...
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History of Massachusetts ...

Alden Bradford - Massachusetts - 1822
...preceding,) all acts made by any power whatever, other than the General Assembly of this province, imposing taxes on the inhabitants, are infringements...void the most valuable declarations of our charter : That the extension of the powers of a court of admiralty within the province was a most violent infraction...
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The History of the Province of Massachusetts Bay: From 1749 to 1774

Thomas Hutchinson - Massachusetts - 1828 - 551 pages
...the general assembly of the province, imposing taxes on the inhabitants, are infringements of their inherent and unalienable rights, as men and British...and render void the most valuable declarations of their charter. They conclude with a resolve, that the house owe the strictest allegiance to his most...
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The History of New Jersey: From Its Discovery by Europeans, to the Adoption ...

Thomas Francis Gordon - New Jersey - 1834 - 339 pages
...effect, restrains the liberty of the press in America, is an infringement of the subject's liberty : 10. That the extension of the powers of the court of admiralty, within this province, beyond its ancient limits, is a violent innovation of the right of trial by jury a right which...
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The Works of Benjamin Franklin: Containing Several Political and ..., Volume 4

Benjamin Franklin - United States - 1837
...laws for levying taxes, one of the main pillars of the British Constitution, is evidently founded. That the extension of the powers of the Court of Admiralty...province, is a most violent infraction of the right of trial by jury, a right which this House, upon the principles of their British ancestors, hold most...
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The North American Review, Volume 52

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1841
...before, " that all acts made by any power whatever, other than the General Assembly of this province, imposing taxes on the inhabitants, are infringements...of our inherent and unalienable rights as men and as British subjects." Here we have the great principle concerning which the 1841.] Altercations with...
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Collections of the American Statistical Association

American Statistical Association - Statistics - 1847
...resolves, that all acts made by any power whatever, other than the General Assembly of this Province, imposing taxes on the inhabitants, are infringements...British subjects, and render void the most valuable declaration of our Charter." 1766, May 29. As a confirmation of relief to the public anxiety about...
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Collections of the American Statistical Association, Volume 1

American Statistical Association - 1847
...this Province, imposing taxes on the inhabitants, are infringements of our inherent and (inalienable rights, as men and British subjects, and render void the most valuable declaration of our Charter." 1766, May 29. As a confirmation of relief to the public anxiety about...
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