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Página 241 - We do hereby require and command all Officers and Ministers, Civil and Military, and all other Inhabitants of Our said Province, to be obedient, aiding and assisting unto you, the said Thomas Carleton, in the execution of this Our Commission and of the powers and authorities herein contained...
Página 241 - Reynolds, in the execution of this our commission and of the powers and authorities herein contained; and in case of your death or absence out of our said...
Página 193 - Mohogs he will kill me every day and night. If your worship when please pray help me you no let Mohogs kill me at my place at Malamake river called Pannukkog and Natukkog, I will submit your worship and your power.
Página 275 - ... devised, advised or required. And further, it is agreed by and between the said parties to these presents, and ye said Sr.
Página 270 - Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord, Charles, by the Grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith &c, &c.
Página 273 - Successors as of our Manor of East Greenwich in the County of Kent in free and Common Soccage and not in Capite or by Knights Service.
Página 288 - Piscataqua, have voluntarily agreed to combine ourselves into a body politic, that we may the more comfortably enjoy the benefit of his Majesty's laws, together with all such laws as shall be concluded by a major part of the freemen of our society, in case they be not repugnant to the laws of England, and administered in behalf of his Majesty.
Página 160 - ... places in this State, if they see fit, to instruct their Representatives at the next session, to appoint...
Página 16 - God hath left a sufficient number of the fierce and barbarous savages on our* borders, to be pricks in our ears, and thorns in our sides, and they have been and are like the boar of the woods to waste us, and the wild beast of the field to devour us. Wherefore, on principles both humane and religious, I gladly introduce the following memoirs to the public view, with my hearty thanks to the honorable author for the great pains he has taken (among other his public services) to transmit these particulars...
Página 105 - ... safety ; thus yielding the house, defeated by one quarter their number of unarmed men. The trumpeter, who was in the upper part of the house at the commencement of the attack, seized his trumpet and began sounding an alarm, when he was shot dead by an Indian on the stairway. He was the only one of the party killed.

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