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" That the said iws be consonant to reason, and be not repugnant or contrary, but (as near as conveniently may be) agreeable to the laws, statutes and rights of this our kingdom of England... "
Archives of Maryland - Page 5
edited by - 1896
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The Proceedings Relative to Calling the Conventions of 1776 and 1790: The ...

Constitutional conventions - 1825 - 384 pages
...them, under the pain therein exEressed, or to be expressed. Provided nevertheless, That the said iws be consonant to reason, and be not repugnant or contrary, but (as near as conveniently may be) agreeable to the laws, statutes and rights of this our kingdom of England;...
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The Official and Other Papers of the Late Major-General Alexander Hamilton ...

Alexander Hamilton - United States - 1842 - 496 pages
...such sort and form, as to him and them, shall seem best. Provided, nevertheless, that the said laws be consonant to reason, and be not repugnant, or contrary, but as near as conveniently may be, agreeable to the laws, statutes, and rights of this our kingdom of England."...
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The Unconstitutionality of Slavery, Part 2

Lysander Spooner - Slavery - 1845 - 156 pages
...to make laws, and the people were required to obey them, " Provided nevertheless that the said laws be consonant to reason, and be not repugnant or contrary, but, as near as conveniently may be, agreeable to the laws, statutes, and rights of this our kingdom of England."...
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The Claim of the Church of Rome to the Exercise of Religious Toleration ...

Josiah F. Polk - Catholics - 1846 - 32 pages
...proprietary and freemen—there is a proviso, in these words: " So, nevertheless, that the laws aforesaid be consonant to reason, and be not repugnant or contrary, but (as far as conveniently may be) agreeable to the laws, statutes, customs, and rights of this our kingdom...
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The works of Alexander Hamilton: comprising his correspondence, and his ...

Alexander Hamilton - 1850
...such sort and form, as to him and ihem, shall seem best. Provided, nevertheless, that the said laws be consonant to reason, and be not repugnant, or contrary, but as near as conveniently may be, agreeable to the laws, statutes, and rights of this ou kingdom of England."...
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The Works of Alexander Hamilton: Miscellanies, 1774-1789: A full vindication ...

Alexander Hamilton - Finance - 1850
...such sort and form, as to him and them, shall seem best. Provided, nevertheless, that the said laws be consonant to reason, and be not repugnant, or contrary, but as near as conveniently may be, agreeable to the laws, statutes, and rights of this ou kingdom of England."...
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Pennsylvania Archives

Samuel Hazard, John Blair Linn, William Henry Egle, George Edward Reed, Thomas Lynch Montgomery, Gertrude MacKinney, Charles Francis Hoban - History - 1853
...under the Pain " therein expressed, or to be expressed : Provided nevertheless, That " the sd Laws be consonant to Reason, And be not repugnant or " contrary, but as near as conveniently may be, agreeable to the " Laws, Statutes & ltighls of this Our Kingdom of England....
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Report and Accompanying Documents of the Virginia Commissioners Appointed to ...

Virginia. Commission on Boundary Lines (1870-1874) - Maryland - 1873 - 460 pages
...consent of the freemen of the said province, or the major part of them or their deputies ; and that they be consonant to reason, and be not repugnant or contrary, but as near as conveniently may bee agreeable to the laws of England, which limitations the Lord Baltemore...
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Documents of the Senate of the State of New York, Volume 5

Government publications - 1874
...Marine and others, Soe alwayes, as the said Statutes, Ordinances & proceedings be not contrary to, but as neare as conveniently may be Agreeable to the Lawes Statutes & Governm' of this Our Realme of England, And Saving and reserving to us, Our heirs and Successo™...
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1600-1765

John Thomas Scharf - Maryland - 1879
...nevertheless that the sayd Lawes doe stand with reason, and be not repugnant nor contrary, but as near as conveniently may be, agreeable to the Lawes, statutes and Customes of this our Kingdome of England. VIII. And forasmuch as in the government of soe greate a Province suddeine...
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