Reflections on the Expediency of a Law for the Naturalization of Foreign Protestants, Part 1

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T. Trye, 1751 - Great Britain - 70 pages
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Page 70 - ... thou shalt not consent unto him, nor hearken unto him; neither shall thine eye pity him, neither shalt thou spare, neither shalt thou conceal him: but thou shalt surely kill him; thine hand shall be first upon him to put him to death, and afterwards the hand of all the people.
Page 4 - King's protection and safe conduct, to dwell in the same lands, choosing where they will ; and to the intent that the said clothworkers shall have the greater will to come and dwell here, our sovereign lord the king will grant them franchises as many and such as may suffice them.1 There were other grants, of course.
Page xiii - Hereditaments, within the Kingdom of England, Dominion of Wales, and Town of Berwick upon Tweed...
Page 12 - Throughout the whole course of all the persecutions and oppressions that have occurred in other countries, the steady adherence of the republic to this fundamental law has been the cause that many people have not only fled hither for refuge, with their whole stock in ready cash, and their most valuable effects, but have also settled and established many trades, fabrics...
Page 23 - ... use the making of cloth and other handicrafts and easy occupations, and bring and convey from the parts beyond the sea, great substance of wares and...
Page 52 - ... that, when any such new forms of government, begun by rebellion, are after thoroughly settled, the authority in them is not of God; or that any who live within the territories of such...
Page 22 - And they likewise buy here our native commodities, and sell them again at their pleasure; and do not employ a great part of the money coming thereof upon the commodities of this realm...
Page 52 - Eajl-India; which has fince then been extended to Tanjore. However, the Society chearfully rely upon the fame Wife and Gracious Providence, which has hitherto wonderfully blefled this, and all their other Undertakings, to raife up fuch a true Chriftian Spirit, as will abundantly fupply all their Wants ; fuch a Spirit, as fhewed itfelf in the late Reverend Mr.
Page 10 - ... them. And in case that for default of wind, or of ship, or for sickness, or for other evident cause, they cannot avoid our said realm and lands within so short a time, then they shall have other forty days, or more, if need be, within which they may pass conveniently with selling their merchandize as aforesaid.
Page 14 - King that the said statutes' if they shall be fully holden and executed shall extend to the great hindrance and damage as well of the city of London as of other cities, boroughs and towns of the realm ; It is ordained and assented, That no merchant stranger alien shall sell...

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