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" In addition to the actual settlers at the time of the decree, they invited and encouraged emigration, from the States eastward of Pennsylvania, of all men destitute of property, who could be tempted by the gratuitous offer of lands; on the single condition... "
A discourse delivered on the Sabbath after the decease of the Hon. Timothy ... - Page 30
by Charles Wentworth Upham - 1829 - 45 pages
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Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania: Devoted to the Preservation of ..., Volume 7

Samuel Hazard - Pennsylvania - 1831
...addition to the actual settlers at the time of the decree, they invited and encouraged emigrations from the states eastward of Pennsylvania, of all men...phrase of those people. These emigrants were called "Hall-share men," and were to have each half of a share in a township, which, I believe, was 160 or...
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The Register of Pennsylvania: devoted to the preservation of facts and ...

Samuel Hazard - History - 1831
...addition to the actual settlers at the time of the decree, they invited and encouraged emigrations from the states eastward of Pennsylvania, of all men...property, who could be tempted by the gratuitous offer of land-; on the single condition that they should enter upon them armed, — "toman their rights," in...
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The Poetry and History of Wyoming: Containing Campbell's Gertrude

William Leete Stone - Indians of North America - 1841 - 324 pages
...districts as possible. Colonel Pickering asserts positively, that " they invited and encouraged emigrations from the states eastward of Pennsylvania, of all men...should enter upon them armed, ' to man their rights,' according to the cant, phrase of the day. By this arrangement the Company hoped to pour in such a mass...
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The Poetry and History of Wyoming: Containing Campbelle's Gertrude, and the ...

William Leete Stone - Wyoming Valley (Pa.) - 1844 - 398 pages
...districts as possible. Colonel Pickering asserts positively, that " they invited and encouraged emigrations from the states eastward of Pennsylvania, of all men...should enter upon them armed, ' to man their rights,' according to the cant phrase of the day. By this arrangement the Company hoped to pour in such a mass...
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The Poetry and History of Wyoming: Containing Campbell's Gertrude, and the ...

William Leete Stone - Wyoming Valley (Pa.) - 1864 - 406 pages
...encouraged emigrations from the states eastward of Pennsylvania, of all men destitute of prop~ •erty, who could be tempted by the gratuitous offer •of...they should enter upon them armed, ' to man their rights,5 according to the cant phrase of the day. By this arrangement the Company hoped to pour in...
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The Life of Timothy Pickering, Volume 2

Octavius Pickering - 1873
...addition to the actual settlers at the time of the decree, they invited and encouraged emigration, from the States eastward of Pennsylvania, of all men...half of a share in a township, which, I believe, was one hundred and sixty or two hundred acres ; a whole share being three hundred and twenty or four hundred...
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The Life of Timothy Pickering, Volume 2

Octavius Pickering, Charles Wentworth Upham - Legislators - 1873 - 570 pages
...addition to the actual settlers at the time of the decree, they invited and encouraged emigration, from the States eastward of Pennsylvania, of all men...emigrants were called ' half-share men,' and were to have eacli half of a share in a township, which, I believe, was one hundred and sixty or two hundred acres...
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THE POETRY AND HISTORY OF WYOMING

WILLIAM L. STONE - 1873
...districts as possible. Colonel Pickering asserts positively, that " they invited and encouraged emigrations from the states eastward of Pennsylvania, of all men...condition that they should enter upon them armed} cto man their rights/ according to the cant phrase of the day. By this arrangement the Company hoped...
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