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" Baltimore, his heirs, and assigns ; provided always, that no interpretation be admitted thereof, by which God's holy and truly Christian religion, or the allegiance due unto us, our heirs and successors, may suffer any prejudice or diminution... "
Who Were the Early Settlers of Maryland: A Paper Read Before the "Maryland ... - Page 18
by Ethan Allen, Maryland Historical Society - 1866 - 18 pages
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The charters of the British colonies in America

America - 1774
...adjuged moft advantageous and favourable unto the faid now Lord Baltimore, his heirs and afligns ; provided always, that no interpretation be admitted thereof, by which God's, holy and truly Chriftian religion, or the allegiance due unto us, our heirs and fucceflbrs, may differ any prejudice...
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Charters of the Old English Colonies in America: With an Introduction and Notes

Samuel Lucas - Carolina - 1850 - 123 pages
...adjudged most advantageous and favourable unto the said now Lord Baltimore, his heirs, and assigns ; provided always, that no interpretation be admitted...allegiance due unto us, our heirs and successors, may suffer any prejudice or diminution ; although express mention be not made in these presents of the...
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Report and Accompanying Documents of the Virginia Commissioners Appointed to ...

Virginia. Commission on Boundary Lines (1870-1874) - Maryland - 1873 - 460 pages
...laws against Papists and recusants extend not thither, yet his patent says, no interpretation shall be admitted thereof, by which God's holy and truly Christian religion, or the allegiance due to the successors of the State of England should suffer any prejudice or diminution. By all which surely...
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Documents Illustrative of American History, 1606-1863

Howard Willis Preston - United States - 1886 - 320 pages
...adjudged most advantageous and favorable unto the said now Lord Baltimore, his heirs and assigns ; provided always, that no interpretation be admitted...allegiance due unto us, our heirs and successors, may suffer any prejudice or diminution ; although express mention be not made in these presents of the...
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Rhode Island Historical Tracts

Rhode Island - 1897
...upon the matter of religion with the exception of a single paragraph, thus rendered into English : Provided always that no interpretation be admitted...allegiance due unto us, our heirs, and successors, may suffer any prejudice or diminution. This clause took from the charter, in which there was no Religious...
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American State Papers Bearing on Sunday Legislation

William Addison Blakely, Willard Allen Colcord - Ecclesiastical law - 1911 - 800 pages
...Baltimore in 1632, provided that " no interpretation be admitted thereof by which God's holy and true Christian religion, or the allegiance due unto us, our heirs, and successors, may suffer any prejudice or diminution." 4 This would at least seem to imply or anticipate a favored, if...
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