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" Livery, fair red cloaks, on each side and behind him. The Lord Governor sat in the choir, in a green velvet chair, with a velvet cushion before him on which he knelt, and the council, captains, and officers, sat on each side of him, each in their place,... "
Virginia under the Stuarts, 1607-1688 - Page 18
by Thomas Jefferson Wertenbaker - 1914 - 271 pages
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The First Republic in America: An Account of the Origin of this Nation ...

Alexander Brown - Virginia - 1898 - 688 pages
...sermon every Thursday and two sermons every Sunday, the two preachers taking their weekly turns. " Every Sunday, when the Lord Governor went to church...he knelt, and the council, captains, and officers, sat on each side of him, each in their place, and when the Lord Governor returned home, he was waited...
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The First Republic in America: An Account of the Origin of this Nation ...

Alexander Brown - Virginia - 1898 - 688 pages
...sermon every Thursday and two sermons every Sunday, the two preachers taking their weekly turns. " Every Sunday, when the Lord Governor went to church...he knelt, and the council, captains, and officers, sat on each side of him, each in their place, and when the Lord Governor returned home, he was waited...
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The American Colonies in the Seventeenth Century: The chartered colonies ...

Herbert Levi Osgood - Great Britain - 1904
...captains, other officers, and all the gentlemen, and with a guard of fifty halberdiers in his Lordship's livery, fair red cloaks, on each side and behind him....he knelt, and the council, captains, and officers sat on each side of him, each in their place ; and when the Lord Governor returned home, he was waited...
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The American Colonies in the Seventeenth Century: The chartered colonies ...

Herbert Levi Osgood - Great Britain - 1904
...captains, other officers, and all the gentlemen, and with a guard of fifty halberdiers in his Lordship's livery, fair red cloaks, on each side and behind him....he knelt, and the council, captains, and officers sat on each side of him, each in their place ; and when the Lord Governor returned home, he was waited...
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Shreds and Patches of History: Found Mostly in Virginia

Mildred Beatty Pierce - Virginia - 1906 - 100 pages
...lordship's livery, fair red cloaks on each side and behind him. The Lord Governor sat in the choir on a green velvet chair, with a velvet cushion before...which he knelt, and the council, captains and officers sat on each side of him, each in their place, and when the Lord Governor returned home, he was waited...
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Bruton Parish Church Restored and Its Historic Environment

William Archer Rutherfoord Goodwin - Church buildings - 1907 - 205 pages
...Captains, other officers, and all the gentlemen, and with a guard of fifty Halherdiers in his Lordship's Livery, fair red cloaks, on each side and behind him....he knelt, and the council, captains, and officers, sat on each side of him, each in their place, and when the Lord Governor returned home, he was waited...
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The Colonial Period

Charles McLean Andrews - United States - 1912 - 248 pages
...captains, other officers, and all the gentlemen, and with a guard of fifty halberdiers in his Lordship's livery, fair red cloaks, on each side and behind him....he knelt, and the council, captains, and officers sat on each side of him, each in his place; and when the Lord Governor returned home, he was waited...
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Colonial Virginia: Its People and Customs

Mary Newton Stanard - Virginia - 1917 - 361 pages
...Hall, Yorkshiri^Batte ANCESTRAL HOMKS OF SOME VIRGINIA FAMIUES of fifty Halberdiers in his Lordship's Livery, fair red cloaks, on each side and behind him....he knelt, and the council, captains, and officers sat on each side of him, each in their place, and when the Lord Governor returned home, he was waited...
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Awash in a Sea of Faith: Christianizing the American People

Jon Butler - History - 1990 - 360 pages
...Halberdiers in his Lordship's livery, fair red cloaks, on each side and behind him. The Lord Governour sat in the choir, in a green velvet chair, with a...he knelt, and the council, captains, and officers sat on each side of him, each in their place, and when the Lord Governour returned home, he was waited...
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