Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Volume 18
The Society, 1917 - Local history
Primarily consists of: Transactions, v. 1, 3, 5-8, 10-14, 17-21, 24-28, 32, 34-35, 38, 42-43; and: Collections, v. 2, 4, 9, 15-16, 22-23, 29-31, 33, 36-37, 39-41; also includes lists of members.
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Page 58 - May], to be by them examined; and [in case of an election by a majority of all the votes returned...
Page 158 - THE place where we live is a wilderness wood, Where grass is much wanting that's fruitful and good-, Our mountains and hills and our valleys below Being commonly covered with ice and with snow : And when the north-west wind with violence blows. Then every man pulls his cap over his nose : But, if any's so hardy and will it withstand, He forfeits a finger, a foot, or a hand.
Page 320 - Nine bachelors commenced at Cambridge; they were young men of good hope, and performed their acts, so as gave good proof of their proficiency in the tongues and arts.
Page 320 - The general court had settled a government or superintendency over the college, viz., all the magistrates and elders over the || six || nearest churches and the president, or the greatest part of these. Most of them were now present at this first commencement, and dined at the college with the scholars' ordinary commons, which was done of purpose for the students...
Page 4 - The king's changing his pointed conductors for blunt ones is, therefore, of small importance to me. If I had a wish about it, it would be that he had rejected them altogether as ineffectual.
Page 59 - Company and all other officers of the saide Company shalbe in the Generall Court or Assembly to be held for that Day or Tyme, newly chosen for the Yeare ensueing by such greater parte of the said Company, for the Tyme being, then and there present, as is aforesaide.
Page 173 - Divers of the merchants of Boston being desirous to discover the great lake, supposing it to lie in the north-west part of our patent, and finding that the great trade of beaver, which came : to all the eastern and southern parts, came from thence, petitioned the court to be a company for that design, and to have the trade which they should discover, to themselves for twentyone years.
Page 143 - Head, in such sort as becometh all those whom he hath redeemed and sanctified to himself, do hereby solemnly and religiously, (as in His most Holy presence,) promise and bind ourselves to walk in all our ways according to the rule of the Gospel, and in all sincere conformity to His Holy ordinances, and in mutual love and respect to each other, so near as God shall give us grace.