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" And lastly, because the principal effect which we can desire or expect of this action is the conversion and reduction of the people in those parts unto the true worship of God and christian religion... "
Virginia Under the Stuarts, 1607-1688 - Page 31
by Thomas Jefferson Wertenbaker - 1914 - 271 pages
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A sketch of the history of Maryland during the three first years after its ...

John Leeds Bozman - America - 1811 - 387 pages
...in the settlement of a colony of English Catholics in Maryland. " And lastly, because the principal effect which we can desire or expect of this action,...the people in those parts unto the true worship of God and Christian religion,* ift which respect we shall be loath that any person should be permitted...
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A Complete History of Connecticut: Civil and Ecclesiastical, from ..., Volume 1

Benjamin Trumbull - Connecticut - 1818
...born within this our kingdom of England, or any other our dominions. And lastly, because the principal effect which we can desire, or expect of this action, is the conversion of, and reduction of the people in those parts, unto the true worship of God and Christian religion,...
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pt. I. From 1620 to 1641.- v. 2, pt. II-IV. From 1641 to 1692

Francis Baylies - Massachusetts - 1830
...lastly, because the principal effect which we can desire, cr expect of this action, is the conversion of, and reduction of the people in those parts, unto the true worship of God and christian religion, in which respect we would be loath that any person should be permitted...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1833
...the principal effect which we can desire or expect of this action (ie the granting of this charter) is the conversion and reduction of the people in those parts unto the true worship of God and the Christian religion." — These quotations furnish a specimen of the sentiments and declarations...
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The Relation of Christianity to Civil Government in the United States: A ...

Jasper Adams - Anglican Communion - 1833 - 64 pages
...effect which we (the crown) can desire or expect of this action, (ie the granting of this charter) is the conversion and reduction of the people in those parts unto the true worship of God and Christian religion." (Almon. pp 91. 92.) The preamble to the celebrated articles of confederation...
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Biblical Repository and Classical Review

Religion - 1835
...that, whereunto they shall attain with great pain and peril, etc." " And lastly, because the principal effect, which we can desire, or expect of this action, is the conversion of, and reduction of the people in those parts, unto the true worship of God and Christian religion,...
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The Biblical Repository and Quarterly Observer, Volume 5

Bela Bates Edwards - Theology - 1835
...that, whereunto they shall attain with great pain and peril, etc." " And lastly, because the principal effect, which we can desire, or expect of this action, is the conversion of, and reduction of the people in those parts, unto the true worship of God and Christian religion,...
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The Compact with the Charter and Laws of the Colony of New Plymouth ...

New Plymouth Colony - Law - 1836 - 357 pages
...born within this our kingdom of England, or any other our dominions. And lastly, because the principal effect which we can desire, or expect of this action, is the conversion of, and reduction of the people in those parts, unto the true worship of God and Christian religion,...
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The history of Maryland: from its first settlement, in 1633, to the ...

John Leeds Bozman - Maryland - 1837
...in the settlement of a colony of English catholics in Maryland. " And lastly, because the principal effect which we can desire or expect of this action...the people in those parts unto the true worship of God and christian religion,* in which respect we shall be loath that any person should be permitted...
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Charters of the Old English Colonies in America: With an Introduction and Notes

Samuel Lucas - Carolina - 1850 - 123 pages
...our letters patents. ahangotato XXIX. And lastly, because the principal effect which we can the said desire or expect of this action, is the conversion and reduction of without tlie people 'm those parts unto the true worship of God and having first Christian religion,...
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