New Hampshire as a Royal Province, Volume 29, Issue 2

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Columbia University, 1908 - Cities and towns - 526 pages

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Page 206 - To be held of us, our heirs and successors, as of our manor of East Greenwich in the county of Kent, in free and common socage and not in capite or by knight's service.
Page 241 - Majesty's letters, commissions, and instructions, with the proposals thereupon, were read and "largely debated;" and it was first resolved " to bear faith and true allegiance to his Majesty, and adhere to their Patent, so dearly obtained, and so long enjoyed by undoubted right in the sight of God and men...
Page 201 - Name of the Council Established at Plymouth in the County of Devon, for the Planting, Ruling, Ordering and Governing of New England in America...
Page 274 - However, he was at length induced to abandon the contest, and issued a proclamation "recommending to the proprietors and settlers due obedience to the authority and laws of the colony of New York.
Page 490 - King William's War, 1689-97, Queen Anne's War, 1702-13, King George's War, 1744-48, and the French and Indian War, 1754-63.
Page 428 - And we do further by these presents give and grant unto you the said sir Danvers Osborn full power and authority with the advice and consent of our said council to erect constitute and establish such and so many courts of judicature and public justice within our said province under your government as you and they shall think fit and necessary for the hearing and determining of all causes as well criminal as civil according to law and equity...
Page 450 - Sessions for the purpose of hearing and determining all matters relating to the conservation of the peace and the punishment of offenders and whatever else was by them cognizable according to law.
Page 430 - Officers, Judges, Assistants, Justices and Sheriffs, you are Always to take care that they be men of Estate and ability, and not necessitous people, or much in debt, and that they be persons well affected to our Government.
Page 241 - ... proceed in all things for the providing for and settling the peace and security of the said country...
Page 228 - Majesty's subjects, which were bona fide, for lands or other privileges, in the possession of their tenants, in their own just right, besides the claim of Mr. Mason or Mr. Allen, and no other...

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