Records of the Colony of New Plymouth, in New England: Court orders [being the proceedings of the General court and the Court of assistants] 1633-1691

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Press of W. White, 1856 - Barnstable County (Mass.)
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Volume VI Court Orders 1678 - 1691

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Page 138 - Execution, by virtue of such Commission to be grounded upon this Act as might be awarded or given against them if they were proceeded against within the Realm of England, by virtue of any Commission grounded upon the said Statute.
Page 139 - Pyrates, or other Offenders within the Construction of this Act, and that shall not readily endeavour to the best of his or their power to apprehend or cause to be apprehended such offender or offenders, shall be lyable to be prosecuted as Accessory and Confederates, and to suffer such paines and penaltyes as in such case by Law is provided and for the better and more Effectual Execution of this Act.
Page 135 - Jesus and my body to the Earth from whence it was taken, to be buried in such Decent and Christian manner as my Executor hereafter named shall be thot...
Page 261 - Wiswall as he hath oppertunity and seeth cause in any thing that may relate to us, and that the said Mr Mather and Mr Wiswall be wrote unto, to give such informations to Sr Henry as they think may be any ways advantageous for us. And in particular that we may be sufficiently impowered & required to se that the gospel be preached in the severall towns, & that care be taken for the maintainance of them that dispence the same.
Page 260 - Sclater how little service it would be to their ma'''', and how great dissatisfaction & inconvenience it would be to the people ; we are also informed that after that we were like to be annexed to Boston, but the same hindered by Mr Wiswall for the present ; being also informed there is a possibility that we may obtain a charter for our selves if we speedily address to their ma...
Page 261 - Mr Mather & Mr Wiswall as he hath oppertunity and seeth cause in any thing that may relate to us, and that the said Mr Mather and Mr Wiswall be wrote unto, to give such informations to Sr Henry as they think may be any ways advantageous for us. And in particular...
Page 135 - Presents all & every testament & testaments will & wills heretofore by me made & declared either by word or writing & this...
Page 260 - Court ; and in particular that it be known whether it be their minds we should sit still & fall into the hands of those that can catch us...
Page 139 - ... purposes whatsoever : And in case they or any of them shall at any time hereafter be sued, vexed, molested or troubled for any such their proceedings as...
Page 139 - ... him or them, shall refuse to repaire immediately, with his or their armes well fixed and ammunition, to such place or places...