The Genealogical Quarterly Magazine, Devoted to Genealogy, History, Heraldry, Revolutionary and Colonial Records, Volume 1

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Page 26 - As you are now so once was I; As I am now, so you must be Prepare for death and follow me.
Page 272 - ... of this Seminary ; and with spiritual understanding the Professors therein ; that, being illuminated by the Holy Spirit, their doctrine may drop as the rain, and their speech distil as the dew ; and that their Pupils may become trees of renown in the courts of our God, whereby He may be glorified. In witness whereof we, the Subscribers, have hereunto set our hands and seals, this thirty first day of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seven. Signed, sealed, and delivered...
Page 268 - ... you are to keep and detain him, the said Matthew, in imprisonment as aforesaid, until he pay the said fine and costs, with fifty cents for this writ, and the costs of commitment, together with your fees, or until he be otherwise discharged according to law. And of this writ, with your doings herein, make due return according to law, at our said court, on the first day of May next. Witness, the honorable Oliver Ellsworth, Esquire, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, at Rutland...
Page 288 - DRAPER. San Francisco, Cal. 1900. 4to. pp. viii.+287. In the preparation of this work more than nine hundred question blanks, adapted to four generations, have been employed, chiefly...
Page 27 - Dear friends, for me pray do not weep ; I am not dead, but here do sleep Within this solid lump of clay Until the Resurrection day ; And here indeed I must remain Till Christ shall raise me up again.
Page 268 - Fairhaven, in the county of Rutland, in the district of Vermont, before the circuit court of the United States, begun and held at Rutland, within and for the said district, on the third day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-eight, and of the independence of the said United States the twenty-third, was convicted of writing, printing, uttering, and publishing certain false, scandalous, and seditious libels, and of aiding...
Page 200 - ... evidences. Royal wills l or transcripts are in existence from the reign of Henry II., a copy of whose will is entered in the Black Book of the Exchequer. Copies have been printed in Rymer's "Fcedera," in Nichols' " Royal Wills," London, 1780 ; and in a work, entitled " Testamenta Vetusta, or Abstracts of Wills of the Royal Family, Nobility, and Gentry, from the reign of Henry II. to the Accession of Elizabeth,
Page 268 - ... of record: Whereof execution remains to be done. THESE are therefore, by authority of the state of Connecticut, to command you, That of the money of the said AB, or of his goods, chattels or lands within your precincts, you cause to be levied, and (the same being disposed of as the law directs) paid and satisfied unto the said...
Page 268 - AB, within your precincts, you cause to be levied, and (the same being disposed of, or appraised, as the law directs,) paid and satisfied unto the said...

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