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" ... II. That every inhabitant in the said province that is or shall be a purchaser of one hundred acres of land, or upwards, his heirs and assigns, and every person who shall have paid his passage, and taken up one hundred acres of land at one penny an... "
Naturalization in the American colonies: with more particular reference to ... - Page 12
by Massachusetts Historical Society - 1859 - 30 pages
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Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania, Volume 1

Samuel Hazard - Pennsylvania - 1828
...taken up one hundred acres of land at one penny an acre, and have cultivated ten acres thereof; and every person that hath been a servant or bondman, and is free by his service, that shall have taken up his fifty acres of land, and cultivated twenty thereof; and every inhabitant,...
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ANNALS OF PENNSYLVANIA,

SAMUEL HAZARD - 1850
...taken up one hundred acres of land at one penny an acre, and have cultivated ten acres thereof; and every person that hath been a servant or bondman, and is free by his service, that shall have taken up his fifty acres of land, and cultivated twenty thereof; and every inhabitant,...
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Annals of Pennsylvania: From the Discovery of the Delaware ... 1609-1682

Samuel Hazard - Pennsylvania - 1850 - 664 pages
...taken up one hundred acres of land at one penny an acre, and have cultivated ten acres thereof; and every person that hath been a servant or bondman, and is free by his service, that shall have taken up his fifty acres of land, and cultivated twenty thereof; and every inhabitant,...
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Naturalization In The American Colonies

Joseph Willard - 1859
...others. So, in Connecticut, the charter of Charles II. allowed the General Assembly to choose, <fec., persons to be free of the body politic, and to admit...constituted " the true and absolute lord and proprietary/ 7 and of course, as such, had the power to authorize his Assembly to grant process of naturalization;...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts Historical Society - Massachusetts - 1860
...freemen, and so subjects, on taking the oaths of allegiance, &c. Being absolute lords-proprietors, they were not limited in their authority, as were the charter...Maryland, Lord Baltimore, by the charter of 8 Charles L, was constituted " the true and absolute lord and proprietary," and of course, as such, had the power...
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The Negro in Pennsylvania: Slavery--servitude--freedom, 1639-1861,

Edward Raymond Turner - African Americans - 1911 - 314 pages
...taken up one hundred acres of land, at one penny an acre, and have cultivated ten acres thereof, and every person that hath been a servant or bondman, and is free by his service, that shall have taken up his fifty it was certain that at the establishment of Pennsylvania the negroes...
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