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" There shall be just as many landgraves as there are counties, and twice as many cassiques, and no more. These shall be the hereditary nobility of the province, and by right of their dignity be members of parliament. "
The North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register - Page 585
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The Works of John Locke, Volume 10

John Locke - Philosophy - 1823
...former dignity, with the baronies annexed, shall devolve into the hands of the lords proprietors. IX. There shall be just as many landgraves as there are counties, and twice as many cassiques, and no more. These shall be the hereditary nobility of the province, and by right of their...
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The works of John Locke, Volume 10

John Locke - Philosophy - 1823
...proprietor. IX. There shall be just as many landgraves as there are counties, and twice as many cassiques, and no more. These shall be the hereditary nobility of the province, and by right of their dignity be members of parliament. Each landgrave shall have four baronies, and...
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The history of North Carolina, Volume 1

François Xavier Martin - 1829
...former dignity, with the baronnies annexed, shall devolve into the hands of the lords proprietors. 9. There shall be just as many landgraves as there are counties, and twice as many cassiques, and no more. These shall be the hereditary nobility of the province, and by right of their...
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The Statutes at Large of South Carolina: Acts, records, and documents of a ...

South Carolina, Thomas Cooper, David James McCord - Law - 1836
...former dignity, with the baronies annexed, shall devolve into the hands of the Lords Proprietors. 9th. There shall be just as many Landgraves as there are counties, and twice as many Casitjuos, and no more. These shall be the hereditary nobility of the Province, and by right of their...
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Historical Collections of South Carolina: Embracing Many Rare and ..., Volume 2

Florida - 1836 - 1 pages
...Proprietors. IX. There shall be just as many landgraves as there are counties, and twice as many cassiques, and no more. These shall be the hereditary nobility of the province, and by right of their dignity be members of parliament. Each landgrave shall have four baronies, and...
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The Sewanee Review, Volume 2

Literature - 1894
...the Landgraves and Casiques, whose patents were issued by special authority derived from the king. " There shall be just as many Landgraves as there are Counties, and twice as many Casiques, and no more," ran one article of the Constitutions. " These shall be the hereditary nobility...
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The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

John Martin Vincent - History - 1893 - 570 pages
...proprietors, the other to the hereditary nobility, leaving the remaining three-fifths among the people."' " There shall be just as many landgraves as there are counties, and twice as many caziques, and no more. These shall be the hereditary nobility of the province, and by right of their...
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The Sewanee Review, Volume 2

Literature - 1894
...the Landgraves and Casiques, whose patents were issued by special authority derived from the king. " There shall be just as many Landgraves as there are Counties, and twice as many Casiques, and no more," ran one article of the Constitutions. " These shall be the hereditary nobility...
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The Sewanee Review, Volume 2

Literature - 1894
...the Landgraves and Casiques, whose patents were issued by special authority derived from the king. " There shall be just as many Landgraves as there are Counties, and twice as man}Casiques, and no more," ran one article of the Constitutions. " These shall be the hereditary nobility...
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The History of South Carolina Under the Proprietary Government, 1670-1719

Edward McCrady - South Carolina - 1897 - 762 pages
...carrying out this power the Proprietors provided in their Fundamental Constitutions as follows : — " IX. There shall be just as many landgraves as there are counties, and twice as many Cassiques and no more. These shall be the hereditary nobility of the province," etc. The nobility thus...
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