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" Governour, or other Magistrate or Magistrates of our Plantation of New England. CHARLES R. Trusty and well-beloved, — Wee greete you well. Wee being given to understand that Colonell Whalley and Colonell Goffe, who stand here convicted for the execrable... "
The Judges' Cave: Being a Romance of the New Haven Colony in the Days of the ... - Page 132
by Margaret Sidney - 1900 - 410 pages
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts Historical Society - Massachusetts - 1838
...Magistrate or Magistrates of our Plantation of New England. CHARLES R. Trusty and well-beloved, — Wee greete you well. Wee being given to understand...stand here convicted for the execrable murther of our Royall Father, of glorious memory, are lately arrived at New England, where they hope to shroud...
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A History and Genealogy of the Davenport Family: In England and America ...

Amzi Benedict Davenport - 1851 - 398 pages
...Magistrate or Magistrates, of our Plantation of New-England. CHARLES R. Trusty and weU-beloved, — Wee greete you well. Wee being given to understand...Goffe, who stand here convicted for the execrable murder of our Royall Father of glorious memory, are lately arrived at New England, where they hope...
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Supplement to the History and Genealogy of the Davenport Family: In England ...

Amzi Benedict Davenport - History - 1876 - 474 pages
...Magistrale or Magistrales, of our Plantation of New-England. CHARLES R. Trusty and well-beloved, — Wee greete you well. Wee being given to understand that Colonell Whalley and Colonell Goffe, was now alarmed, and the Governor and Council of Massachusetts seem to have set about in earnest to...
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Little Plays from American History for Young Folks

Alice Johnstone Walker - Children's plays - 1914 - 153 pages
...see whether the others are listening.] "Charles Rex: Trusty and well-beloved, we greet you well. We being given to understand that Colonell Whalley and...stand here convicted for the execrable murther of our Royal Father of glorious memory, are lately arrived in New England, where they hope to shroud themselves...
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