Genealogical Gleanings in England, Part 2

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New-England historic genealogical society, 1888 - Great Britain
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Page 134 - I, AB, do declare in the presence of Almighty God, the witness of the truth of what I say...
Page 180 - No; were I at the strappado, or all the racks in the world, I would not tell you on compulsion. Give you a reason on compulsion ! if reasons were as plenty as blackberries, I would give no man a reason upon compulsion, I. P.
Page 158 - Prickle well, in the County of Essex, now in the tenure and occupation of John Greene, &c. and my farm and copyhold land of forty four acres or thereabouts, in the parish of Great Bursted in the County of Essex ; wife Katherine to have the use and rents until my son Thomas shall accomplish his age of one and twenty years. To my daughter Elizabeth Coytemore three score pounds at her age of one and twenty years or day of marriage, also the tenement or messuage known by the sign of the Blewboare in...
Page 129 - As I passed through this venerable edifice, once the place of worship of our modest benefactor, I noticed that the great window in the South Transept was of plain glass, as if Providence had designed that some day the sons of Harvard should place there a worthy memorial of one who is so well entitled to their veneration.
Page 116 - IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN. The eight and Twentyth daie of July Anno Di one Thousand sixe hundred Twentie five, & in the ffirst yere of the Raigne of our Soveraigne lord Charles by the grace of God Kinge of England Scotland ffraunce and Ireland defender of the faith &c.
Page 164 - Salic, that scorn'd all pow'r and laws of men, Goods with their owners hurrying to their den, And future ages threatening with a rude And savage race, successively renew'd ; Their king despising with rebellious pride, And foes profest to all the world beside ; This pest of mankind gives Our hero fame, And through the' obliged world dilates his name.
Page 123 - I give twentie shillings ; and to my Cosen Mary Brocket I give my best scarlet Petticoate or the value thereof in money at the discretion of my executors Item I make and ordayne my two sonnes John and Thomas Hervard aforesaid ioinct executors of this my last will and Testament. Item for the overseers of this my last will and Testament I appoint my loveing frend Mr Moreton our minister of S' Saviours aforesaid for one, and to him in token of my love I give three pounds and my paire of silver hafted...
Page 149 - Pagan high Land being freely given, and with the consent of all the rest of the Indians, it was also agreed among them all, that neither the King, nor any other of his Indians should sell, alienate, or dispose of any land belonging unto them, without the consent of Mr. Ed. Wyatt, which was the only business that he had to acquaint the Gov'r therewith in the behalfe of Mr. Ed. Wyat as we heere dolestify under our hands this present 29th of October, 1655. "JOHN WEST.
Page 124 - Lord Charles by the grace of God of England Scotland ffrance and Ireland King defender of the ffaith and Anno Dni. 1681. Sealed and delivered in the presence of ELIZABETH MILTON.
Page 133 - Rouse, may assist you : and all the passages, and travels, and sufferings of friends, in the be. ginning of the spreading of the truth, which I have kept together, will make a fine history, and they may be had at Swarthmore, with my other books ; and if they come to London with...

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