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Page 486 - were required to take the oaths of allegiance and supremacy; to publicly receive the sacrament of the Lord's Supper according to the usage of the Church of England; and to subscribe a declaration against the Romish doctrine of Transubstantiation.
Page 133 - You could trace them through the valley, By the rushing in the spring-time, By the alders in the summer, By the white fog in the autumn, By the black line in the winter; And beside them dwelt the singer. In the Vale of Tawasentha, In the green and silent valley.
Page 589 - NEW YORK. The | Laws & Acts | of the | General Assembly | for | Their Majesties Province | of | New-York, | As they were Enacted in divers Sessions, the first of | which began April, the 9th, Annoq; Domini, | 1691. | At New-York, \ Printed and Sold by William Bradford, Printer to their Majesties, King | William & Queen Mary, 1694. | Folio.
Page 236 - became king he illustrated some of its principles in this wise, when speaking of his Puritan subjects: " I will make them conform, or I will harry them out of the land; or else worse, I will only hang
Page 490 - be well and orderly kept, and more built as the colony shall by God's blessing be improved, and that, besides a competent maintenance be assigned to the minister of each Orthodox church, a convenient house be built at the common charge for each minister, and a competent proportion of land assigned him for a glebe
Page 601 - SOLOMON)] Gospel Order | Revived, | Being an Answer to a Book lately set | forth by the Reverend Mr. Increase Mather, President | of Harvard Colledge, &c. | Entituled, | The Order of the Gospel, &c. | Dedicated to the Churches of Christ in New-England. | By sundry Ministers of the Gospel in New-England.
Page 440 - Assistants, of the said city of New-York, for the time being, and their successors, forever hereafter, be, and shall be, by force of these presents, one body corporate and politic, in deed, fact, and name, by the name of,
Page 10 - were so faithful that Barlow, though without credit, employed his language, especially when he says, speaking of the forests before reaching the land, "We smelt so sweet and strong a smell as if we had been in the midst of some delicate garden.
Page 490 - government, the Book of Common Prayer, as it is now established, read each Sunday and holy day, and the blessed sacrament administered according to the rites of the Church of England. You shall be careful that the churches already built there be well and orderly kept, and more built as the colony shall by God's blessing be improved, and that, besides a competent maintenance
Page 551 - Ordinances, of what nature or Duration soever, be within three months, or sooner, after the making thereof, transmitted unto us, under our seal of New-York for our Approbation or Disallowance of the same, as also Duplicates thereof by the next conveyance. And in case any or all of them, being not before confirmed by Us Shall at any time be disallowed