Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Volume 21

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American Antiquarian Society., 1911 - United States

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Page 210 - ... he could take away a man's life, though in truth he could do no such thing : yet this were a just law made by the state, that whosoever should turn his hat thrice, and cry buz, with an intention to take away a man's life, shall be put to death.
Page 36 - Laws of the State of New Jersey Revised and Published under the Authority of the Legislature (New Brunswick, NJ, MDCCC).
Page 17 - Bradford, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty for the Province of New Jersey.
Page 216 - Worshippers of light ancestral make the present light a crime ; — Was the Mayflower launched by cowards, steered by men behind their time? Turn those tracks toward Past or Future, that make Plymouth...
Page 34 - The liberty of the press is essential to the security of freedom in a State : it ought not, therefore to be restrained in this Republic.
Page 254 - Así como salió y en aquella mesma hora, como ya hemos dicho, dicen que hizo el sol y día, y luna y estrellas; y que esto hecho, que en aquel asiento de Tiaguanaco, hizo de piedra cierta gente y manera de dechado de la gente que después había de producir, haciéndolo...
Page 253 - Esto dicen hacia Cieza en una corónica que ha querido hacer de oidas, y creo yo que muy poco de vista , porque en verdad yo no le conozco con ser uno de los primeros que en este reino entraron.
Page 22 - Secrettary to the General Post office in America. Parker •was formerly a Printer in this Place, & has now a Printing Press & continues to print occasionally. It is believed that this Paper was Printed by him. The Gentlemen of the Council think it prudent at this time to delay the makeing more particular Enquiry least it should be the occasion of raising the Mob, which it is thought proper by all means to avoid.
Page 261 - El nombre que tuvo este pueblo antes que fuese señoreado de los Incas, era Taypicala, tomado de la lengua Aymara, que es la materna de sus naturales, y quiere decir "la piedra de en medio"; porque tenían por opinión los indios del Collao, que este pueblo estaba en medio del mundo, y que de el salieron después del Diluvio los que tornaron a poblar.
Page 203 - ... things soever, either by thogt or imprecation, as to shake the aire with lightnings and thunder, to cause haile and tempests, to remove green corne or trees to another place, to be caried of her familer which hath taken upon him the deceitful shape of a goate, swine, or calf etc. into some mountain far distant, in a wonderfull short space of time. And sometimes to flie upon a staffe or forke, or some other instrument. And to spend all the night after with her sweet hart, in playing, sporting,...

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