The Canadian Freeholder: In Three Dialogues Between an Englishman and a Frenchman, Settled in Canada. Shewing the Sentiments of the Bulk of the Freeholders of Canada Concerning the Late Quebec-act; with Some Remarks on the Boston-charter Act; and an Attempt to Shew the Great Expediency of Immediately Repealing Both Those Acts of Parliament, and of Making Some Other Useful Regulations and Concessions to His Majesty's American Subjects, as a Ground for a Reconciliation with the United Colonies in America ... (Google eBook)

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B. White, 1777 - Massachusetts
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Page 106 - Province, or in and upon any goods or merchandize within the said Province, or to be laden or unladen within the ports or harbours of the said Province, unless the same be with the consent of the Proprietary, or chiefe governor, and assembly, or by act of Parliament in England.
Page 116 - Governor, and six of the Assistants at least, to be seven,) shall have, and have hereby given and granted unto them, full power and authority, from time to time, and at all times hereafter, to appoint, alter, and change such days, times, and places of meeting and general...
Page 190 - I have something further considered that matter ; and am of opinion, that such an union would be very acceptable to the colonies ; provided they had a reasonable number of representatives allowed them ; and that all the old acts of...
Page 118 - Inhabitants there, may be so religiously, peaceably and civilly governed, as their good Life and orderly Conversation may win and invite the Natives of the Country to the Knowledge and Obedience of the only true GOD, and the Saviour of Mankind, and the Christian Faith, which in Our Royal Intentions, and the adventurers free Possession, is the only and principal End of this Plantation...
Page 1 - The Canadian Freeholder ; in two Dialogues, between an Englishman and a Frenchman settled in Canada, shewing the sentiments of the bulk of the Freeholders of Canada concerning the late...
Page 116 - Company and their successors ; and, from time to time, to make, ordain, constitute, or repeal such laws, statutes, orders, and ordinances, forms and ceremonies of government and magistracy, as to them shall seem meet, for the good and welfare of the said Company, and for the government and ordering -of the lands and hereditaments hereinafter mentioned to be granted, and of the people that- do, or at any time hereafter shall, inhabit or be within the same...
Page 56 - They shall have liberty to keep, let or sell them, as well to the French as to the British; to take away the produce of them in Bills...
Page 56 - The Lords of Manors, the Military and Civil officers, the Canadians as well in the Towns as in the country, the French settled, or trading, in the whole extent of the colony of Canada, and all other persons whatsoever, shall preserve the entire peaceable property and possession of...
Page 7 - ... to aflemble in the churches, and to frequent the facraments as heretofore, without being molefted in any manner, directly or indirecHy.
Page 117 - ... so as such laws, ordinances and constitutions, so made, be not contrary and repugnant unto, but, as near as may be, agreeable to the laws of this our realm of England, considering the nature and constitution of the place and people there...

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