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Page 275 - We do hereby require and command all Officers and Ministers, Civil and Military, and all other Inhabitants of Our said Province, to be obedient, aiding and assisting unto you, the said Thomas Carleton, in the execution of this Our Commission and of the powers and authorities herein contained...
Page 304 - Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord, Charles, by the Grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith &c, &c.
Page 338 - Usually books are lent out for two weeks, but there are exceptions and the borrower should note carefully the date stamped above. Fines are charged for over-due books at the rate of flve cents a day; for reserved books there are special rates and regulations.
Page 322 - Piscataqua, have voluntarily agreed to combine ourselves into a body politic, that we may the more comfortably enjoy the benefit of his Majesty's laws, together with all such laws as shall be concluded by a major part of the freemen of our society, in case they be not repugnant to the laws of England, and administered in behalf of his Majesty.
Page 14 - England with the Eastern Indians, or a narrative of their continued perfidy and cruelty, from the 10th of August 1703. to the peace renewed, 13th of July, 1713, and from the 25th of July, 1722, to their submission, 15th of December, 1725, which was ratified August 5th, 1726.
Page 16 - ... particulars of the two last wars with the Indian enemy down to posterity, that the generation to come might know them, and set their hope in God, and not forget his works, but keep his commandments.
Page 23 - As the milk-white brows of the grave and ancient had no respect shown, so neither had the mournful cries of tender infants the least pity ; for they triumphed at their misery, and applauded such as the skilfullest artists who were most dexterous in contriving the greatest tortures.
Page 275 - We do therefore by these presents give and grant all and singular the powers and Authorities herein granted to be by him executed & enjoyed during Our pleasure, or until your arrival within Our said province.
Page 109 - Farwell advised them to take a circuitous route, to avoid an ambush ; but unfortunately, he and French had a short time previous had a misunderstanding, and were then at variance. French imputed this advice to cowardice, and called out, " I am going to take the direct path ; if any of you are not afraid, let him follow me.