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" ... men that thought it convenient, and were both willing and able, did take Confirmations of their Lands, the numbers of whom in time might have been a... "
A narrative of the proceedings of sir Edmond Androsse and his complices, who ... - Page 8
by Edmund Andros (sir.), William Stoughton - 1691
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Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin ..., Volume 4

Peter Force - United States - 1846
...adhered to resolved and practised to make all men's titles in effect quite null and void. The purchasing of the natives right, was made nothing of, and next...ridicule. The enjoyment and improvement of lands not inclosed, and especially if lying in common amongst many was denied to bo possession ; it was not enough...
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Narratives of the Insurrections, 1675-1690, Volume 16

Charles McLean Andrews - Bacon's Rebellion, 1676 - 1915 - 414 pages
...adhered to, resolved and practised to make all mens Titles in effect quite null and void. The purchasing of the Natives Right was made nothing of, and next...Ridicule. The Enjoyment and Improvement of Lands not inclosed, and especially if lying in common amongst many, was denied to be possession; it was not enough...
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Publications, Volume 5

United States - 1868
...adhered to, refolved and practifed to make all mens Titles in effecJ quite null and void. The purchafmg of the Natives Right, was made nothing of, and next...efpecially if lying in common amongft many was denied to be pofleffion ; it was not enough that fome men that thought it convenient, and were both willing and...
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King Philip's War: Civil War in New England, 1675-1676

James David Drake - History - 1999 - 257 pages
...of William and Mary, 1986. 64. On Andros's land policy. Wait Winthrop ob3ected that "The Purchasing of the Natives Right, was made nothing of. and next...Ridicule. The Enjoyment and Improvement of Lands not inclosed, and espcially if lying in common amongst many was denied to be possession. Quoted in Richard...
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The Andros Tracts: Being a Collection of Pamphlets and Official ..., Volume 1

William Henry Whitmore - Massachusetts - 1868
...to, refolved and praclifed to make all mens Titles in effe£l quite null and void. The purchafmg L of the Natives Right, was made nothing of, and next...efpecially if lying in common amongft many was denied to be poffeflion ; it was not enough that fome men. that thought it convenient, and were both willing and...
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