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A History of Framingham, Massachusetts: Including the Plantation, from 1640 ... - Page 15
by William Barry - 1847 - 456 pages
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Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society, Volumes 3-4

New Hampshire Historical Society - 1832
...considerable sum to escape the Knighthood which king Charles imposed upon all of so much per annum; and of such figure and esteem in the church, that he procured...lecture at Framlingham in Suffolk, where he had a fine manor.'7 Samuel was not quite eleven years old when his father died. On this event, he was committed...
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Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society, Volume 4

Local history - 1834
...considerable sum to escape the Knighthood which king Charles imposed upon all of so much per annum; and of such figure and esteem in the church, that he procured...Framlingham in Suffolk, where he had a fine manor." Samuel was not quite eleven years old when his father died. On this event, he was committed to the...
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The American Quarterly Register, Volumes 7-8

Christian education - 1835
...escape the knighthood which king Charles imposed upon all, ot so much per annum; and of such figure ami esteem in the church, that he procured that famous...Framlingham in Suffolk, where he had a fine manor." Sdmuel was not quite eleven years old when his falber died. On this event, he was committed to the...
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Quarterly register and journal of the American education society [afterw ...

American education society - 1836
...considerahle sum to escape the knighthood which king Charles imposed upon all, of so much per annum; and of such figure and esteem in the church, that he procured...Framlingham in Suffolk, where he had a fine manor." Samuel was not quite eleven years old when his father died. On this event, he was committed to the...
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Magnalia Christi Americana: book 4. Sal gentium. 1853. book 5. Acts and ...

Cotton Mather, Thomas Robbins, Samuel Gardner Drake - New England - 1853
...considerable sum to escape the knighthood, which K. Charles I. imposed on all of so much per annum; and of such figure and esteem in the Church, that he procured...lecture at Framlingham in Suffolk, where he had a fine mannour; which lecture was kept by Mr. Burroughs, and many other noted ministers in their turns; to...
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Magnalia Christi americana: or, The ecclesiastical history of New-England ...

Cotton Mather, Thomas Robbins - New England - 1853
...considerable sum to escape the knighthood, which K. Charles I. imposed on all of so much per annum; and of such figure and esteem in the Church, that he procured...lecture at Framlingham in Suffolk, where he had a fiue mannour; which lecture was kept by Mr. Burroughs, and many other noted ministers in their turns;...
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Magnalia Christi Americana: Or, The Ecclesiastical History of New-England ...

Cotton Mather, Thomas Robbins - New England - 1853
...considerable sum to escape the knighthood, which K. Charles I. imposed on all of so much, per annum; and of such figure and esteem in the Church, that he procured that famous lecture at Framlingliain in Suffolk, where he had a fine mannour; which lecture was kept by Mr. Burroughs, and...
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Annals of the American Pulpit: Trinitarian Congregational. 1857

William Buell Sprague - Baptists - 1857
...upon all, of so much per annum ; and of such figure and esteem in the church, that he procured the famous lecture at Framlingham in Suffolk, where he had a fine manor." He died about four years after his arrival here, when his son Samuel was a little less than eleven...
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A History of the Grammar School: Or, "The Free Schoole of 1645 in Roxburie ...

Charles Knapp Dillaway - Roxbury (Boston, Mass.) - 1860 - 202 pages
...imposed upon all of so much per annum ; and of such figure and esteem in the church, that he procured the famous lecture at Framlingham in Suffolk, where he had a fine manor." The son was graduated at Harvard College in 1643, in the second class that received the honors of that...
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HISTORY OF THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL, OR, "THE FREE SCHOOLE OF 1645 IN ROXBURIE."

C. K. DILLAWAY - 1860
...imposed upon all of so much per annum ; and of such figure and esteem in the church, that he procured the famous lecture at Framlingham in Suffolk, where he had a fine manor." The son was graduated at Harvard College in 1643, in the second class that received the honors of that...
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