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Page 392 - KNOW all Men by these Presents, That we, are held and firmly bound unto our...
Page 316 - England; and saving and reserving to us, our heirs and successors, the receiving, hearing and determining of the appeal and appeals of all, or any person, or persons, of, in, or belonging to the territories...
Page 393 - AB within-bounden, being thereunto required, do render and deliver the said letters of administration (approbation of such testament being first had and made) in the said court ; then this obligation to be void and of none effect, or else to remain in full force and virtue.
Page 318 - An Act for granting the Sum of Sixty Thousand Pounds to the King's Use, and for striking Fifty-Five Thousand Pounds thereof in Bills of Credit, and to Provide a Fund for sinking the same...
Page 424 - What, eastward of New York, might have been the dispositions towards England before the commencement of hostilities, I know not; but before that I never heard a whisper of a disposition to separate from Great Britain ; and after that, Us possibility was contemplated with affliction by all...
Page 3 - The American Society for Promoting and Propagating Useful Knowledge,
Page 423 - I never had heard in any conversation from any person, drunk or sober, the least expression of a wish for a separation, or a hint that such a thing would be advantageous to America.
Page 7 - Minerals, Quarries, &c. New and useful Improvements in Distillation, Brewing, Assaying of Ores. &c. New mechanical Inventions for Saving Labour; as Mills, Carriages, &c. and for Raising and Conveying of Water, Draining of Meadows, &c. All new Arts, Trades, Manufactures, &c. that may be proposed or thought of. Surveys, Maps and Charts of particular Parts of the Sea-coasts, or Inland Countries; Course and Junction of Rivers and great Roads, Situation of Lakes and Mountains, Nature of the Soil and Productions,...