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" ... withal as the law provides for foreign Quakers, as ye please to term us; and having some of us suffered your law and pleasures, now that which we do expect is, That whereas we have suffered your law, so now to be set free by the same law, as your... "
The Essex Antiquarian: An Illustrated ... Magazine Devoted to the Biography ... - Page 132
edited by - 1897
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New-England Judged, by the Spirit of the Lord: In Two Parts

Joseph Grove - New England - 1703 - 472 pages
..."so now to be set free by the same law, as your manner is with "strangers, and not to put us in upon the account of one law, " and execute another law...convicted as the law expresses. If " you had sent us up on the account of your new law, we should " have expected the jailer's order to have been on that...
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Genealogy of the Descendants of Lawrence and Cassandra Southwick of Salem ...

James Moore Caller, Maria A. Ober - Quakers - 1881 - 611 pages
...husbandry, after three weeks confinement, represented their case to the court in the following letter : This to Magistrates at the Court in Salem. Friends:...which that it was not, appears by the warrant which \ve have, and the punishment which we bare, as four of us were whipped, among whom was one that had...
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The emancipation of Massachusetts

Brooks Adams - History - 1886 - 382 pages
...Judged, cd. 1703, p. 67. the same law, as your manner is with strangers, and not to put us in upon the account of one law, and execute another law upon...account of your new law, we should have expected the jaylor's order to have been on that account, which that it was not, appears by the warrant which we...
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The Emancipation of Massachusetts

Brooks Adams - History - 1886 - 382 pages
...expresses. If you had sent us upon the account of your new law, we should have expected the jaylor's order to have been on that account, which that it...warrant which we have, and the punishment which we bare, as four of us were whipp'd, among whom was one that had formerly been whipp'd, so now also according...
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Early Settlers of Nantucket: Their Associates and Descendants

Nantucket (Mass.) - 1896 - 158 pages
...is, now to be set free by the same Law, as your Manner is with Strangers and not to put us in upon the Account of one Law and execute another Law upon...Account of your new Law, we should have expected the Gaoler's Order to have been on that Account, which that it was not, appears by the Warrant which we...
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Early Settlers of Nantucket: Their Associates and Descendants

Nantucket (Mass.) - 1896 - 158 pages
...expresses. If you had sent us upon the Account of your new Law, we should have expected the Gaoler's Order to have been on that Account, which that it...Warrant which we have, and the Punishment which we bare, as four of us were whipped, among whom was one that had formerly been whipt, so now also, according...
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St. Botolph's Town: An Account of Old Boston in Colonial Days

Mary Caroline Crawford - Boston (Mass.) - 1908 - 365 pages
...so now to be set free by the same law, as your manner is with strangers, and not to put us in upon the account of one law, and execute another law upon...account of your new law, we should have expected the jaylor's order to have been on that account, which that it was not, appears by the warrant which we...
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ST. Botolph's Gomn An Account of Dio Boston in Colonial Days

MARY CAROLINE CRAWFORD - 1908
...so now to be set free by the same law, as your manner is with strangers, and not to put us in upon the account of one law, and execute another law upon...account of your new law, we should have expected the jaylor's order to have been on that account, which that it was not, appears by the warrant which we...
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