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Page lxx - He that loveth silver shall not be satisfied with silver; nor he that loveth abundance with increase: this is also vanity.
Page lxi - The liberty of the press is essential to the security of freedom in a state': it ought not, therefore, to be restrained in this commonwealth.
Page 427 - Whoever takes up and secures said Servant, so that his Master may have him again, and gives Notice either to Mr. James...
Page 115 - Chief of the Colony of New- Jersey, and Territories thereon depending in America, Chancellor, and Vice Admiral of the same.
Page 171 - ANSWER to a BILL in the Chancery of NewJersey, at the Suit of John Earl of Stair, and others, commonly called Proprietors of the Eastern Division of New-Jersey, against Benjamin Bond, and others claiming under the original Proprietors and Associates of Elizabeth-Town.
Page 130 - Whoever takes up and secures the said negro, so that his master may have him again, shall have Four Dollars reward, and all reasonable charges paid, by John McCord. Speaks very bad English and next to no French.
Page 200 - Boy and secures him so that his Master may have him again, shall have Three Pounds Reward and reasonable Charges paid By Motet Gombeatld.
Page 154 - Whoever takes up and secures said apprentice, so that his master may have him again, shall have Forty Shillings reward, and reasonable charges...