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" to ordain, make and enact laws of what kind soever, according to their sound discretion, whether relating to the public state of the province, or the private utility of individuals, by and with the advice, assent and approbation of the freemen of the... "
Fund Publicaion - Page 7
1876
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The History of North Carolina, Volume 2

Hugh Williamson - North Carolina - 1812
...was a direct violation of the constitution; for the charter requires that laws shall be made by the approbation of the freemen " or the greater part of them, or of their delegates." The meaning of the charter is plain; but private interest and faction are wonderful expositors of written...
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An Historical View of the Government of Maryland: From Its ..., Volume 1

John Van Lear McMahon - Maryland - 1831 - 539 pages
...most extensive kind. Under the charter, the legislative power was to be exercised by the proprietary, "by and with the advice, assent, and approbation of the freemen, or of the delegates or deputies," the right being reserved to him of selecting the mode in which they...
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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 43

Pennsylvania - 1919
...ordain, make and enact laws of what kind soever, according to their sound discretion, whether relating to the public state of the province, or the private...the advice, assent and approbation of the freemen of the same province, or the greater part of them, or of their delegates or deputies, whom We will...
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1765-1812

John Thomas Scharf - Maryland - 1879
...be observed that, under the charter, the legislative power was to be exercised by the proprietary, " by and with the advice, assent and approbation of the freemen, or of the delegates or deputies," the right being reserved to him of selecting the mode in which they...
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NARRATIVE AND CRITICAL HISTORY OF AMERICA

JUSTIN WINSOR - 1887
...whatsoever (if consonant to reason and, as far as possible, to the laws and customs of England), but only "by and with the advice, assent, and approbation of the freemen," or the majority of them, or of their delegates or deputies, who, for enacting such ordinances, were to be...
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Narrative and critical history of America, Volume 5

1887
...whatsoever (if consonant to reason and, as far as possible, to the laws and customs of England), but only " by and with the advice, assent, and approbation of the freemen," or the majority of them, or of their delegates or deputies, who, for enacting such ordinances, were to be...
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Transactions, Volume 14

Maryland State Bar Association - 1909
...interesting chapter. By the charter of Maryland, the Proprietary was to exercise legislative power by and with the advice, assent and approbation of the freemen or their delegates or deputies. In the Latin original of this document the words liberi homines and liberi...
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Year Book of the Pennsylvania Society of New York

Pennsylvania Society of New York - Bibliography - 1904
...proprietor was given full authority to establish the form of government and to make laws with the consent of the freemen, "or the greater part of them or of their delegates or deputies;" in cases of emergency or inability to bring the people or their delegates together Penn was authorized...
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Corporations: A Study of the Origin and Development of Great ..., Volume 2

John Patterson Davis - Corporations - 1905
...rule " the colonists according to such laws as should seem to them to be necessary, "whether relating to the public state of the province or the private utility of individuals," with the uniform condition that they should be "consonant to reason," and not repugnant but as nearly...
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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 43

Pennsylvania - 1919
...ordain, make and enact laws of what kind soever, according to their sound discretion, whether relating to the public state of the province, or the private...the advice, assent and approbation of the freemen of the same province, or the greater part of them, or of their delegates or deputies, whom We will...
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