Suffolk Deeds, Volume 10 (Google eBook)

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Page 45 - ... in as full and ample manner to all intents and purposes, as the...
Page 468 - Together with all and singular, the appurtenances thereunto belonging, or in any wise appertaining ; to have and to hold the above described goods and chattels, unto the said party of the second part, his heirs and assigns, forever.
Page 266 - April, in the 17th year of the reign of our sovereign lord Charles the Second by the grace of God, of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith.
Page 187 - Together with all and singular, the buildings, improvements, woods, ways, rights, liberties, privileges, hereditaments and appurtenances, to the same belonging, or in any wise appertaining, and the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders, rents, issues and profits thereof...
Page 185 - Appurtenances, free and clear; and freely and clearly acquitted, exonerated and discharged, of and from all and all Manner of former and other Gifts, Grants, Bargains...
Page 8 - New-England, where I was appointed to attend such orders as Mr. John Winthrop, Esquire, the present Governor of Conectecott, was to appoint, whether at Pequit [Pequot] river, or Conectecott, and that we should choose a place both for the convenience of a good harbour, and also for capableness and fitness for fortification.
Page 13 - But life is never pure comedy, and the end in this case is tragical. Roger Williams, after his return from England in 1654, writes to John Winthrop, Jr.
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Page 18 - AspenwaU, who had been banished, as is before declared, for joining with Mr. Wheelwright, being licensed by the general court to come and tender his submission, &c. was this day reconciled to the church of Boston. He made a very free and full acknowledgment of his errour and seducement, and that with much detestation of his sin. The like he did after, before the magistrates, who were appointed by the court to take his submission, and upon their certificate thereof at the next general court, his sentence...
Page 18 - Aspenwall, who had been banished, as is before declared, for joining with Mr. Wheelwright, being licensed by the general court to come and tender his submission, etc., was this day reconciled to the church of Boston. He made a very free and full acknowledgment of his error and seducement, and that with much detestation of his sin. The like he did after, before the magistrates, who were appointed by the court to take his submission, and upon their certificate...

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JSTOR: Governor Winthrop's Garden Crop: The Significance of ...
31 See, eg, Aspinwall Notarial Records, 80, 83-84, 140-141, 177-178; Trask and others, eds., Suffolk Deeds, I, 106; Hosmer, ed., Winthroffs Journd, II, 346. ...
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