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" Lewis, to the great discomfort of those poor bondmen which are under his subjection, especially in this heathen country where no godly minister is to teach and instruct ignorant people in the grounds of religion. "
Fund Publicaion - Page 216
1876
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The History of Maryland: From Its First Settlement, in 1633, to ..., Volume 2

John Leeds Bozman - Maryland - 1837
...further saith thai • • who are under his charge shall keep nor read any book which doth apper*^'; to our religion within the house of the said William...Lewis, to the great discomfort of those poor bondmen who are under his subjection, especially in this heathen country, where no godly minister is to teach...
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Archives of Maryland, Volume 10

Elizabeth Merritt, Aubrey C. Land - Archives - 1837
...religion within the house of the said William Lewis, to the great discomfort of those poor bondmen who are under his subjection, especially in this heathen country, where no godly minister is to teach and instruct ignorant people in the grounds of religion. And as for people who * * unto the said Lewis...
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MARYLAND TOLERATION

THE REV. ETHAN ALLEN - 1855
...further saith, that — -f who are under his charge, shall keep nor read any books which doth appertain to our religion, within the house of the said William...Lewis, to the great discomfort of those poor bondmen, who are under his subjection, especially, in this heathen country, where no godly Minister is, to teach...
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MARYLAND NOT A ROMAN CATHOLIC COLONY

E.D.N. - 1875
...that those servants w'ch are under his charge shall not keep nor reade any book w'ch doth apperteine to our religion, within the house of the said William Lewis, to the great discomfort of those poor bondsmen who are under his subjection." The Court censured Lewis for his " contumelious speeches, and...
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THE FOUNDERS OF MARYLAND

REV.EDWARD D. NEILL A.B., - 1876
...1657 married a George Guttridge. under Ms charge shall not keep nor read any book which doth appertain to our religion, within the house of the said William...heathen country, where no godly minister is to teach and instruct ignorant people in the grounds of religion. Arid as for people which cometh. unto the...
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The American Catholic Historical Researches ..., Volumes 10-11

Martin Ignatius Joseph Griffin, William Leo Joseph Griffin - Catholics - 1893
...saith that those servant wch are under his charge shall keepe nor read any booke wch doth apperteine to our religion within the house of the said William Lewis, to the great discomfort of those poore bondmen wch are under his subjection, especially in this heathen country where no godly Ministers...
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The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

John Martin Vincent - History - 1903 - 112 pages
...any book which doth appertain to our religion." " This greatly discomforts these poor bondmen . . . especially in this heathen country, where no godly minister is to teach and instruct ignorant people in the grounds of religion." Further, Lewis calls men into " his chamber...
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Beginnings of Maryland, 1631-1639

Bernard Christian Steiner - Maryland - 1903 - 112 pages
...any book which doth appertain to our religion." " This greatly discomforts these poor bondmen . . . especially in this heathen country, where no godly minister is to teach and instruct ignorant people in the grounds of religion." Further, Lewis calls men into " his chamber...
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