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" Upon this grew a great difference between the governor and assistants and the deputies. They would not yield the assistants a negative voice, and the others, (considering how dangerous it might be to the commonwealth, if they should not keep that strength... "
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
...assistants, with the governour, (considering how dangerous it might be to the civil state of the place, if they should not keep that strength to balance the...safe to stand upon it. So when they could proceed no further, the court agreed to keep a day of humiliation to seek the Lord, which accordingly was done...
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THE HISTORY OF NEW ENGLAND FROM 1630 TO 1649

JOHN WINTHROP, ESQ - 1825
...assistants in the vote, as the patent requires. Upon this grew a great difference between the governour and assistants, and the deputies. They would not yield...safe to stand upon it. So, when they could proceed no further, the whole court agreed to keep a day of humiliation to seek the Lord, which accordingly was...
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The history of New England from 1630 to 1649. With notes by J. Savage

John Winthrop - History - 1825
...assistants in the vote, as the patent requires. Upon this grew a great difference between the govemour and assistants, and the deputies. They would not yield...safe to stand upon it. So, when they could proceed no further, the •whole court agreed to keep a day of humiliation to seek the Lord, which accordingly...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1848
...Assistants, with the Governor, (considering how dangerous it might be to the civil state of the place,ifthey should not keep that strength to balance the greater...safe to stand upon it. So when they could proceed no further, the ^whole^ Court agreed to keep a day of humiliation to seek the Lord, which accordingly...
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A General History of New England: From the Discovery to MDCLXXX.

William Hubbard - Massachusetts - 1848 - 768 pages
...Assistants, with the Governor, (considering how dangerous it might be to the civil stateof the place, if they should not keep that strength to balance the greater number of the deputies,) thought it sale to stand upon it. So when they could proceed no further, the ^ \vhole5; Court agreed to keep a...
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The life of Thomas Hooker

Edward William Hooker - 1849 - 324 pages
...record was entered, because there were not six assistants in the vote, as the patent requires. Upon this grew a great difference between the governor and assistants...safe to stand upon it. So, when they could proceed no further, the whole court agreed to keep a day of humiliation to seek the Lord, which was accordingly...
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Lives of the Chief Fathers of New England, Volume 6

New England - 1849
...record was entered, because there were not six assistants in the vote, as the patent requires. Upon this grew a great difference between the governor and assistants...safe to stand upon it. So, when they could proceed no further, the whole court agreed to keep a day of humiliation to seek the Lord, which was accordingly...
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The Life of Thomas Hooker

Edward W. Hooker - 1870
...record was entered, because there were not six assistants in the vote, as the patent requires. Upon this grew a great difference between the governor and assistants...safe to stand upon it. So, when they could proceed no further, the whole court agreed to keep a day of humiliation to seek the Lord, which was accordingly...
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History of Newton, Massachusetts: Town and City, from Its Earliest ...

Samuel Francis Smith - Newton (Mass.) - 1880 - 851 pages
...that the Assistants were opposed to their removal, and the Deputies were in favor of it. Upon this grew a great difference between the Governor and Assistants, and the Deputies. ' So when they could proceed no farther, the whole Court agreed to keep a day of humiliation in all...
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Political Science Quarterly

1896
...favor of granting it. Upon this [says Winthrop] grew a great difference between the governor and the assistants and the deputies. They would not yield...of the deputies) thought it safe to stand upon it. The demand of the deputies at this time evidently was that the general court should not only sit, but...
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