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" examine and determine all complaints and appeals, in matters civil, military, and criminal ; provide for the peace and security of the country, according to their good and sound discretion, and to such instructions as they should receive from the king,... "
History of the Town of Hampton, New Hampshire: From Its Settlement in 1638 ... - Page 91
by Joseph Dow - 1894
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New-England's Memorial

Nathaniel Morton, William Bradford, Thomas Prince, Edward Winslow - Massachusetts - 1669 - 515 pages
...England, to hear and determine complaints and appeals, in matters civil, military, and criminal; and to provide for the peace and security of the country,...instructions as they should receive from the king." See Hazard's Coll. ii. 638. Colonel Nicolls had three hundred troops under his command, with four frigates,...
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The History of New-Hampshire: Comprehending the Events of One Complete ...

New Hampshire - 1792 - 362 pages
...country, according to their " good and found difcretion, and to fuch " inftruclions as they (hould receive from " the king, and to certify him of their *' proceedings." This commiffion was highly difrelifhed by the colony, as inconfiftent with the rights and privileges which...
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A Political and Civil History of the United States of America ..., Volume 1

Timothy Pitkin - United States - 1828 - 528 pages
...well military as civil and criminal, and proceed, in all things, for the providing for, and settling the peace and security of the country, according to...sound discretion, and to such instructions, as they have or should, from time to time receive." The conduct of these colonies, during the civil wars in...
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An Historical Memoir of the Colony of New Plymouth, Volume 2

Francis Baylies - Massachusetts - 1830
...England, to hear and determine complaints and apueals, in matters civil, military, and criminal ; and to provide for the peace and security of the country,...instructions as they should receive from the king.' After they had received the submission of New Amsterdam, (now New York) on the 27th of August, and...
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The history of New Hampshire, Volume 1

Jeremy Belknap - New Hampshire - 1831 - 512 pages
...to examine and determine all com" plaints and appeals in matters civil, military and criminal; to " provide for the peace and security of the country,...receive from the king, and to certify him of their pro" ceedings." 3 f This commission was highly disrelished by the colony, as inconsistent with the...
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The History of Massachusetts ...: The colonial period [to 1692

John Stetson Barry - Massachusetts - 1855
...military as criminal and civil," and were to " proceed in all things for the providing for and settling the peace and security of the country, according to their good and sound discretions," and agreeably to the instructions from time to time furnished them. 2 Owing to severe...
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The Topographer and Genealogist, Volume 3

John Gough Nichols - Registers of births, etc - 1858
...civil, and proceed in all things for the providing for and settleing the peace and security of the said country according to their good and sound discretion, and to such instructions as they or the survivors of them have or shall from time to time receive from us in that behalfe, and from...
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The History of New-Hampshire

Jeremy Belknap - New Hampshire - 1862 - 512 pages
...to examine and determine all coni" plaints and appeals in matters civil, military and criminal; to " provide for the peace and security of the country,...receive from the king, and to certify him of their pro" ceedings." 3 f This commission was highly disrelished by the colony, as inconsistent with the...
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A familiar history of the United States of America

James H. Siddons - 1865
...issued a commission to certain officers, empowering them to visit the colonies of New England ; to examine and determine all complaints and appeals in matters civil, military, and criminal ; to provide for the peace and security of the country, according to their good and sound discretion,...
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