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" The Speaker proposed the oath of secrecy to him. " Mr. Fenwick declared that he would take that oath, provided that it might not prejudice in any sort his religion or conscience. And the howse voted that the said Mr. Fenwick ought not to have place or... "
Maryland under the Commonwealth: a chronicle of the years 1649-1658 - Page 19
by Bernard Christian Steiner - 1911 - 178 pages
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The History of Maryland: From Its First Settlement, in 1633, to ..., Volume 2

John Leeds Bozman - Maryland - 1837
...Mr. Speaker proposed the oath of secrecy to him ; and Mr. Fenwick declared, that he would take that oath, provided that it might not prejudice in any sort his religion or conscience. And the house voted, that the said Mr. Fenwick ought not to have place, or be a member, in the house,...
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History of the Society of Jesus in North America; Colonial and Federal, Volume 2

Thomas Aloysius Hughes - 1917
...Mr. Maryland*1 Feuwick declared that he would take that oath, pro- burKes-| : ' * suspended. vided that it might not prejudice in any sort his religion or conscience. And the howse voted that the said Mr. Fenwick ought not to have place or bee a member in the howse,...
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