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" Province, it was enacted, that the offenders in all murthers and felonies should suffer such paines, losses, and forfeitures as they should or ought to have suffered in the like crimes in England. "
Fund Publicaion - Page 57
1876
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1600-1765

John Thomas Scharf - Maryland - 1879
...Act of generall Assemblie held at St Maries on the six and twentieth day of February, 1O34 [1035 NS], among other wholesome lawes and ordinances then made...offenders In all murthers and felonies should suffer such painos, losses, and forfeitures as they should or ought to have suffered in tho like crimes in England....
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History of the Society of Jesus in North America; colonial and federal, Volume 1

Thomas Aloysius Hughes - 1908
...and of the Isle of Kent. Among the " wholette freemen1* some lawes and ordinances " then passed, " it was enacted that the offenders in all murthers...ought to have suffered in the like crimes in England." 1 This was a statement and application relative to the common law. By the spring convoy of the same...
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History of the Society of Jesus in North America: Text ... from the 1st ...

Thomas Hughes - 1908
...and of the Isle of Kent. Among the " wholethe freemen's some lawes and ordinances " then passed, " it was enacted that the offenders in all murthers...ought to have suffered in the like crimes in England." * This was a statement and application relative to the common law. By the spring convoy of the same...
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association, Volume 2

American Historical Association - Historiography - 1908
...(Old Style), among other wholesome inwes, and ordinapces then made and provided for the welfare of the Province, it was enacted, that the offenders in all...forfeitures, as they should or ought to have suffered in the llke crimes in England." This is all the account we are now able to give of the proceedings of that...
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