Records of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, in New England: 1678-1706

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A. C. Greene and Brothers, state printers, 1858 - Rhode Island
 

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I
3
II
20
III
72
IV
78
V
83
VI
91
VII
97
VIII
103
XL
342
XLI
347
XLII
354
XLIII
367
XLIV
378
XLV
381
XLVI
401
XLVII
405

IX
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X
116
XI
120
XII
127
XIII
149
XIV
164
XV
166
XVI
179
XVII
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XVIII
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XIX
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XX
233
XXI
238
XXII
240
XXIII
243
XXIV
245
XXV
259
XXVI
267
XXVII
269
XXVIII
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XXIX
274
XXX
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XXXI
285
XXXII
300
XXXIII
305
XXXIV
310
XXXV
312
XXXVI
317
XXXVII
321
XXXVIII
323
XXXIX
332
XLVIII
406
XLIX
408
L
421
LI
425
LII
428
LIII
440
LIV
442
LV
455
LVI
458
LVII
459
LVIII
464
LIX
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LX
472
LXI
475
LXII
479
LXIII
482
LXIV
496
LXV
497
LXVI
511
LXVII
515
LXVIII
516
LXIX
519
LXX
529
LXXI
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LXXII
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LXXIII
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LXXIV
562
LXXV
565
LXXVI
570
LXXVII
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