Archives of Maryland, Volume 13

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William Hand Browne, Clayton Colman Hall, Bernard Christian Steiner
Maryland Historical Society., 1894 - Archives
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Page 485 - to their Majesties and the other half to him or them that shall sue for the same, to be recovered in any Court of Record within this Province by bill plaint or information wherein no Essoyn Protection or Wager of Law shall be allowed And
Page 144 - for when God made promise to Abraham because he could Swear by no greater he Swore by himself, for Men verily Swear by the greater
Page 511 - or Ward Officer, and such person shall scruple to take upon him any of the said Offices in regard of the Oaths or any other matter or thing required by the Law to be taken or done in respect of such Office, every such Person shall and may Execute such Office
Page 143 - that by means of a whorish Woman a Man is brought to a piece of bread but it also brings both body and Soul to Eternal Death for
Page 535 - the other half to him or them that shall sue for the same to be recovered in any Court of Record of this Province by action of debt bill plaint or Information, wherein no
Page 534 - for the Support of Government, The other half to the Informer or him or them that shall sue for the same, To be recovered by bill plaint or Information in any Court of Record within this Province wherein no
Page 484 - to their Majesties and the other half to the Informer or him or them that shall sue for the same, to be recovered by bill plaint or information in which no Essoyn Protection or wager of Law
Page 534 - value of six pounds for the forbearance of one hundred pounds for one year, and so after that rate for a greater or lesser sum or for a
Page 143 - Wife the Adulterer and the Adulteress shall surely be put to Death, and with reason for it not only brings Our Estates to
Page 476 - to or being of full Age discovert of sound Memory at large or returned from beyond the Seas as other Persons having no such Impediment might or should have done,

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