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Page 126 - In an Answer of the Elders of the seve-|rall Churches in | New-England | To two and thirty Questions, sent over | to them by divers Ministers in England, to de-|clare their judgements therein.
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Page 35 - CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS ; His OWN BOOK OF PRIVILEGES, 1502. PHOTOGRAPHIC FACSIMILE OF THE MANUSCRIPT IN THE ARCHIVES OF THE FOREIGN OFFICE IN PARIS, NOW FOR THE FIRST TIME PUBLISHED, WITH EXPANDED TEXT, TRANSLATION INTO ENGLISH, AND AN HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION. THE TRANSLITERATION AND TRANSLATION BY GEORGE F. BARWICK, BA, OF THE BRITISH MUSEUM.
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Page 160 - An appendix to the first Part of the History of Virginia: containing a Collection of such ancient Charters or Letters Patent, as relate to that Period of Time, and are still extant in our Publick Offices in the Capitol, or in other authentic Papers and Records.