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" And partly that schuch an acte by them done (this their condition considered) might be as firme as any patent, and in some respects more sure. "
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register,: Volume 33 1879 - Page 303
by New England Historic Genealogical Society Staff - 1995 - 468 pages
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AN ORATION DELIVERED AT PLYMOUTH DECEMBER 22, 1824

EDWARD EVERETT - 1825
...they came a shore they would use their owne libertie ; for none had power to comand them, the patente they had being for Virginia, and not for New-england,...Virginia Company had nothing to doe. And partly that schuch an acte by them done (this their condition considered) might be as flrme as any patent, and...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1856
...patentc they had being for Virginia,* and not for Xewengland, which belonged to an other Goverment, with which ye Virginia Company had nothing to doe. And partly that shuch an [54] acte by them done (this their condition considered) might be as firme as any patent, and in some...
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Memorial Volume of the Popham Celebration

Rev. Edward Ballard - 1863
...them ; the patente they had being for Virginia, arid not for New-england, which belonged to another Government, with which ye Virginia Company had nothing to doe. And partly that such an acte by them done (this their condition considered) might be as firme as any patent, and in...
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History of the Virginia Company of London

Edward Duffield Neill - Virginia - 1869 - 432 pages
...they came ashore they could use their own liberties; for none had power to command them, the patente they had being for Virginia, and not for Newengland, which belonged to an other Goverment with which ye Virginia Company had nothing to doe." 1 The May-flower did not until May 6,...
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MEMORANDA, HISTORICAL, CHRONOLOGICAL

1870
...they came a shore they would use their owne libertie ; for none had power to comand them, the patente they had being for Virginia, and not for New-england,...Virginia Company had nothing to doe. And partly that schuch an acte by them done (this their condition considered) might be as firme as any patent, and...
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Memoranda, Historical, Chronological, &c: Prepared with the Hope to Aid ...

Henry Martyn Dexter - Massachusetts - 1870 - 39 pages
...they came a shore they would use their owne libertie ; for none had power to comand them, the patente they had being for Virginia, and not for New-england,...Virginia Company had nothing to doe. And partly that schuch an acte by them done (this their condition considered) might be as firme as any patent, and...
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The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 33

New England - 1879
...for none had power to comand them, the patente they had being for Virginia, and not for Xewengland, which belonged to an other government, with which...Virginia Company had nothing to doe. And partly that shucli an acte by them done (this their condition considered) might be as firme as any patent, and...
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The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries

John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Henry Phelps Johnston, Martha Joanna Lamb, Nathan Gillett Pond - United States - 1882
...had being for Virginia, and not for New England, which belonged to another Government, with which yc Virginia company had nothing to doe. And partly that...done (this their condition considered) might be as firm as any patent, and in some respects more sure." In this argument one may discover characteristics...
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The Old South Leaflets: Annual ser

Edwin Doak Mead - United States - 1883
...they came a shore they would use their owne libertie ; for none had power to comand them, the patente they had being for Virginia, and not for New-england, which belonged to an other Goverment, with which ye Virginia Company had nothing to doe. And partly that shuch an acte by them...
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The Creeds and Platforms of Congregationalism

Williston Walker - Congregational churches - 1893 - 604 pages
...they came a shore they would use their owne libertie ; for none had power to comand them, the patente they had being for Virginia, and not for Newengland, which belonged to an other Goverment, with which y* Virginia Company had nothing to doe. And partly that shuch an acte by them...
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