Records of the Colony and Plantation of New-Haven, from 1638 to 1649, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Charles Jeremy Hoadly
Case, Tiffany, 1857 - Connecticut - 538 pages
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Page 19 - Jurisdiction, or any pte of it, or against the civill gouernment here established. And if you shall know any pson, or psons wch intend, plott or conspire any thing wch tends to the hurt or prejudice of the same, yow shall timely discouer the same to lawfull authority here established, and yow shall assist and bee helpfull in all the affaires of the Jurisdiction, and by all meanes shall promove the publique wellfare of the same, according to yor place...
Page 16 - ... that shall be most approved of the major part to begin the church. This was agreed upon by consent of all as was expressed by...
Page 104 - Confederacon and the several Articles and Agreements thereof being read and seriously considered, both by the Generall Court for the Massachusetts, and by the Commissioners for Plymouth...
Page 137 - ... according to all the wholsome lawes and orders thatt for present are or hereafter shall be there made and established by lawfull authority, and thatt I will neither plott nor practise any evill agst the same, nor consent to any thatt shall so doe...
Page 11 - Government according to God, and about the nomination of persons thatt might be founde by consent of all fittest in all respects for the foundation worke of a church w[hich] was intend to be gathered in Quinipieck. After solemne invocation of the name of God in prayer...
Page 11 - God in prayer for the presence and help of his speritt, and grace in those weighty businesses, they were reminded of the business whereabout they...
Page 114 - En. tryall of weighty and capitall cases, whether civill or criminall, above those lymitted to the ordinary judges in the perticular plantations, and to receive and try all appeales brought unto them from the aforesaid Plantation Courts, and to call all the inhabitants, whether free burgesses, free planters or others, to account for the breach of any lawes established, and for other misdemeanours, and to censure them according to the quallity of the offence...
Page 13 - Having thus said he satt downe, praying the company freely to consider whether they would have [it] voted att this time or nott : After some space of silence Mr. Theophilus Eaton answered itt mi[ght] be voted, and some others allso spake to the same purpose, none att all opposeing itt. Then itt was propounded to vote.
Page 191 - ... none shall be admitted to be free burgesses in any of the plantations within this jurisdiction for the future, but such planters as are members of some or other of the approved churches in New England, nor shall any but such free burgesses have any vote in any election...
Page 98 - Whereas we all came into these parts of America, with one and the same end and ayme, namely, to advance the Kingdome of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to enjoy the liberties of the Gospel, in purity with peace; and whereas in our settling (by a wise providence of God) we are further dispersed upon the Sea-Coasts, and Rivers, then was at first intended, so that we cannot (according to our desire) with convenience communicate...

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