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A. D. Barber account current ADDRESS OF JUSTIN ADDRESS ON EARLY afterwards Andrew Bradford Annual Meeting Boer books were printed Boston was James Burlington called Chandler Charles Dewey chirography Colonies Committee Conn copy Court debits Disbursed duly elected Active EARLY PRINTING England following gentlemen G. A. Davis G. G. Benedict gentlemen were duly Hall Harvard College Henry Dunster Hiram Carleton honor Houghton House of Representatives Huse interest James Franklin Jewett Joseph Glover labor Library monks Montpelier motion movable types newspaper press number of books o'clock p. m. October 16 October 25 Percival Green Philadelphia portrait of Senator present printers in Boston PRINTING IN AMERICA printing press R. M. Colburn record Resolved Samuel Green seems Senator's Portrait Society do hereby Spooner Stephen Daye T. S. Peck Testament Thomas W Vermont Historical Society W. S. Hazen W. W. Goss Watchman Publishing Wood
Page 23 - we have not free schools nor printing; and I hope we shall not have these hundred years. For learning has brought disobedience and heresy, and sects into the world; and printing has divulged them and libels against the government. God keep us from both.
Page 23 - Buckner called before the Ld. Culpeper and his council for printing the laws of 1680, without his excellency's license, and he and the printer ordered to enter into bond in 100^ not to print anything hereafter, until his majesty's pleasure shall be known.
Page 22 - IN WHIG CLUB, March 4, 1777. Resolved, That William Goddard do leave this town by twelve o'clock to-morrow morning, and the county in three days. Should he refuse due obedience to this notice he will be subject to the resentment of a LEGION.
Page 23 - committee for the Colonies in 1671, sixty-four years after the settlement of Virginia, says: " I thank God that we have not free schools nor printing; and I hope we shall not have these hundred years. For learning has brought disobedience and heresy, and sects into the world; and printing has divulged them and libels against the government. God keep us from both.
Page 18 - in this Jurisdiction, under the penalty this Court shall see cause to lay on any that shall adventure in that Kind, besides making ffull satisfaction to
Page 20 - and the measles; is as hearty as a Horse, as brisk as a Bird, and will work like a Beaver.
Page 18 - and presented the Governour, Magistrates, Secretary, as also every Deputy and the Clark of the deputation with one, the Court Judgeth it meete to order that for at least Seven
Page 29 - WITH THE ADDRESS OF JUSTIN S. MORRILL, ON PRESENTATION OF THE SENATOR'S PORTRAIT TO THE SOCIETY BY THOMAS W. WOOD, WITH THE Proceedings of the Vermont Historical Society, OCTOBER 16 AND