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" Jersey, but such planters as are members of some or other of the Congregational Churches, nor shall any but such be chosen to Magistracy or to carry on any part of said civil Judicature, or as deputies or assistants, to have power to vote in establishing... "
The Treat Family: A Genealogy of Trott, Tratt, and Treat for Fifteen ... - Page 147
by John Harvey Treat - 1893 - 637 pages
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Lyon Memorial: Families of Connecticut and New Jersey, including records of ...

Louise Lyon Johnson, Samuel R. Winans (Jr.) - New Jersey - 1907 - 453 pages
...Passaick River in the Exod. 18:21. Provence of New Jersey, but such Planters as are eu xv ' members of some or other of the Congregational Churches,...be chosen to magistracy or to carry on any part of said Civil Judlciature, or as deputies or assistants to have power to Vote in establishing Laws and...
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History of East Haven

Sarah Eva Hughes, Stephen Dodd - East Haven (Conn.) - 1908 - 324 pages
...that none shall be free burgesses in any of the plantations within this jurisdiction, for the future, but such planters as are members of some or other of the approved churches in New England." At this time there were no other than the "approved churches" of...
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Book of Words: The Pageant of Newark

Thomas Wood Stevens - Newark (N.J.) - 1916 - 112 pages
...agreements : First, that none shall be admitted free men or free burgesses within our town upon Passaick River in the Province of New Jersey, but such planters...the Congregational Churches; nor shall any but such church members have any vote in any such elections. Second, we shall with care and diligence provide...
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Narratives of Newark (in New Jersey) from the Days of Its Founding

David Lawrence Pierson - Newark (N.J.) - 1917 - 385 pages
...are members [Deut. xvii-15] of some or other of the Congregations' Churches, nor shall [Jer. xxx-21] any but such be chosen to magistracy or to Carry on any part of said Civil Judicature, or as deputies or assistants, to have power to Vote in Establishing laws, and...
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Papers of the American Society of Church History, Volume 6

Church history - 1921
...purpose ; the first article of which was, that none should be admitted freemen or free burgesses, but such planters as are members of some or other of the Congregational churches, and that none but such be chosen to magistracy, or to carry on any part of civil judicature, or as...
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The Journal of the American-Irish Historical Society, Volume 21

Ethnology - 1922
...justice and fair dealing," the following rule was adopted at their first town meeting, May 24, 1666: "That none shall be admitted freemen or free Burgesses...of some or other of the Congregational Churches." And quoted four fine scriptural texts to prove their godliness and liberality. Their policy was a spancelled...
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Collections of the New Jersey Historical Society, Volume 6

New Jersey Historical Society - New Jersey - 1866
...staying on the place the first Was first settled," was subsequently summer." Town Records, pp. 43-44. "are members of some or other of the Con"gregational...chosen to Magistracy or to Carry on any " part of said Civil Judicature, or as deputies or " assistants, to have power to Vote in establish" jerem. so:...
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Collections, Volumes 5-6

New Jersey Historical Society - 1866
...subsequently summer." Town Records, pp. 43-44; "are members of some or other of the Con"gregational Churclies nor shall any but such "be chosen to Magistracy or to Carry on any " part of said Civil Judicature, or as deputies or " assistants, to have power to Vote in establish"jerem. 30:21....
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The American Quarterly Church Review, Volume 15

Religion - 1864
...be admitted to be free Burgesses in any of the Plantations within this jurisdiction, for the future, but such Planters as are members of some or other of the approved Churches in New England," and that " the Court shall, with all care and diligence, provide...
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