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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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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Volume 15

American Antiquarian Society - United States - 1904
...not for New-england." 9 And moreover the " combination" was occasioned "partly that shuch an act« by them done (this their condition considered) might...as firme as any patent, and in some respects more sure."3 Let us examine into the establishment of government in the colony of Connecticut. Hooker's...
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Genealogy of the Blish Family in America, 1637-1905

James Knox Blish - 1905 - 366 pages
...they came ashore 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 another government with which ye Virginia Company had nothing to doe. And partly that shuch an Acte...
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Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation, 1606-1646

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1908 - 435 pages
...had being for Virginia, and not for New-england, which belonged to an other Goverment, with which the Virginia Company had nothing to doe. And partly that...firme as any patent, and in some respects more sure. 1 Perhaps an undue significance has been attached to this combination or compact. The President and...
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Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Volume 12

Colonial Society of Massachusetts - Local history - 1911
...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 Government, with which the Virginia Company had nothing to doe. And partly that shuch an acte by them done (this their condition...
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Readings in American History...: With Biographies and Explanatory Notes

Edgar Willey Ames - United States - 1911
...they came a shore they would vse their owne Libertie; for none had power to command them, the patente they had being for Virginia, and not for Newengland, which belonged to an other Gouerment with which ye Virginia Company had nothing to doe. And partly that shuch an Acte by them...
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History of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647, Volume 1

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1912
...possession and enjoyment of all liberties, franchises, and immunities he would have that shuch an [54] acte by them done (this their condition considered)...firme as any patent, and in some respects more sure. 1 held had he been born and abiding in England itself. Channing, History of the United States, I. 161,...
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History of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647, Volume 1

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1912
...possession and enjoyment of all liberties, franchises, and immunities he would have that shuch an [54] acte by them done (this their condition considered)...as firme as any patent, and in some respects more sure.1 held had he been born and abiding in England itself. Channing, History of the United States,...
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American Prose (1607-1865)

Walter Cochrane Bronson - American prose literature - 1916 - 737 pages
...they came a shore they would use their owne libertie; for none had power to command them, the patente they had being for Virginia, and not for New-england, which belonged to an other Govennent, with which ye Virginia Company had nothing to doe. And partly that shuch an acte by them...
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Congregational Creeds and Covenants

William Eleazar Barton - Congregational churches - 1917 - 358 pages
...they came ashore they would use their own libe,rtie; for none had power to command them, the patente they had being for Virginia, and not for New-england,...Virginia Company had nothing to doe. And partly that *«-"»>- <MI acte by them done (this their condition considered) might be as firme as any patent,...
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Debates in the Massachusetts Constitutional Convention, 1917-1918, Volume 2

Massachusetts. Constitutional Convention - Constitution - 1918
...which belonged to another gov't with which the Virginia Company had nothing to do. And partly that such an acte by them done (this their condition considered)...firme as any patent, and in some respects more sure. And this is what the compact says: We ... do covenant & combine ourselves together into a civic body...
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