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Side-lights on Maryland History: With Sketches of Early Maryland Families ... - Page 23
by Hester Dorsey Richardson - 1913
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The history of Maryland: from its first settlement, in 1633, to the ...

John Leeds Bozman - Maryland - 1837
...with your lordship's estate here (whether she procured it with her own and others importunity or no) we do verily believe and in conscience report that it was better for the collony's safety at that time in her hands than in any man's else in the whole province after your...
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The English Colonization of America: During the Seventeenth Century

Edward Duffield Neill - United States - 1871 - 352 pages
...1649 right gallantly defended her. They wrote to the proprietor of the province as follows : " As for Mistress Brent's undertaking and meddling with...safety at that time in her hands than in any man's else,1 in the whole province after your brother's death, for the soldiers would never have treated...
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The English colonization of America during the seventeenth century

Edward Duffield Neill - History - 1871 - 352 pages
...of 1649 right gallantly defended her. They wrote to the proprietor of the province as follows : "As for Mistress Brent's undertaking and meddling...for the colony's safety at that time in her hands tfian in any man's else,1 in the whole province after your brother's death, for the soldiers would...
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THE FOUNDERS OF MARYLAND

REV.EDWARD D. NEILL A.B., - 1876
...gallantry worthy of the courtiers of Queen Elizabeth. They stated to the Proprietary in England : " As for Mistress Brent's undertaking, and meddling...safety, at that time, in her hands, than in any man's else,1 in the whole Province, after your brother's death; for the soldiers wrould never have treated...
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Fund Publicaion, Issues 19-23

Clayton Colman Hall, Edward Ingle, Maryland Historical Society, Lewis Webb Wilhelm, John Hazlehurst Boneval Latrobe, Henry Stockbridge - Maryland - 1884 - 52 pages
...his Lordship a year later : "As for Mrs. Brents undertaking & medling with your Lordships Estate here we do verily Believe and in Conscience report that it was better for the Collonys safety at that time in her hands than in any mans else in the whole Province after your Brothers...
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Mistress Brent: A Story of Lord Baltimore's Colony in 1638

Lucy Meacham Thruston - Maryland - 1901 - 352 pages
...government and authority. As for Mistress Brent's undertaking and meddling with your Lordship's estate here, we do verily believe, and in conscience report, that it was better in her hands than in any man's else's in the whole province, after your brother's death ; for the soldiers...
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A history of the General Assembly of Maryland, 1635-1904

Elihu Samuel Riley - Political Science - 1904 - 423 pages
...services in putting down the insurrection against the Governor's authority. The Legislators wrote : "We do Verily Believe and, in Conscience, report that it was better for the Colonys safety, at that time, in her hands then in any mans else in the whole Province after your Brothers...
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Johns Hopkins University studies in historical and political science

Law - 1907
...Baltimore, defended Mrs. Brent's interference in the Proprietary's estate, which he had blamed, and told him that it was " better for the Colony's safety at that time in her hands, than in any man's else, after your Brother's death, for the soldiers would never have treated any other with that civility...
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The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

Herbert Baxter Adams - Political science - 1907 - 78 pages
...Baltimore, defended Mrs. Brent's interference in the Proprietary's estate, which he had blamed, and told him that it was " better for the Colony's safety at that time in her hands, than in any man's else, after your Brother's death, for the soldiers would never have treated any other with that civility...
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The American Catholic Historical Researches, Volumes 8-9

Catholics - 1891
...ot the signature of Margaret Brent. TCM The Assembly of 1649 declared to Lord Baltimore in England "As for Mistress Brent's undertaking and meddling...better for the colony's safety at that time, in her bands, than in any man's else in the whole province, after your brother's death ; for the soldiers...
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