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" Divers gentlemen and others being joined in a military company, desired to be made a corporation, but the council considering from the example of the Praetorian band among the Romans and the templars in Europe, how dangerous it might be to erect a standing... "
Rise of the United Empire Loyalists: A Sketch of American History - Page 50
by Frederic Gregory Forsyth - 1906 - 120 pages
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1815
...desired to be made H corporation. But the council considering (from the example of the Praetorian bands among the Romans, and the Templars in Europe,) how...authority of military men, which might easily in time overtop the civil power, thought fit to stop it betimes ; yet they were allowed to be a company, but...
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The history of New England from 1630 to 1649. With notes by J. Savage

John Winthrop - 1825
...desired to be made a corporation, &c. But the council, considering (from the example of the Pretorian band among the Romans, and the Templars in Europe)...might easily, in time, overthrow the civil power, thought fit to stop it betimes. Yet they were allowed to be a company, but subordinate to all authority.2...
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THE HISTORY OF NEW ENGLAND FROM 1630 TO 1649

JOHN WINTHROP, ESQ - 1825
...desired to be made a corporation, &c. But the council, considering (from the example of the Pretorian band among the Romans, and the Templars in Europe)...might easily, in time, overthrow the civil power, thought fit to stop it betimes. Yet they were allowed to be a company, but subordinate to all authority.8...
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The History of New England from 1630 to 1649, Volume 1

John Winthrop - Massachusetts - 1825
...made a corporation, &c. But fi < •• the council, considering (from the example of the Pretorian band among the Romans, and the Templars in Europe)...might easily, in time, overthrow the civil power, thought fit to stop it betimes. Yet they were allowed to be a company, but subordinate to all authority.2...
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A History of Boston, the Metropolis of Massachusetts, from Its Origin to the ...

Caleb Hopkins Snow - Boston (Mass.) - 1825 - 400 pages
...company, desired to be made a corporation, but the council, considering from the example of the Pretorian band among the Romans, and the Templars in Europe,...authority of military men, which might easily in time overtop the civil power, thought fit to stop it betimes, yet they were allowed to be a company, but...
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A History of Boston: The Metropolis of Massachusetts, from Its Origin to the ...

Caleb Hopkins Snow - Boston (Mass.) - 1828 - 427 pages
...company, desired to be made a corporation, but the council, considering from the example of the Prctorian band among the Romans, and the Templars in Europe,...authority of military men, which might easily in time overtop the civil power, thought fit to stop it betimes, yet they were allowed to be a company, but...
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The History and Antiquities of New England, New York, and New Jersey ...

John Warner Barber - Mormon Church - 1841 - 576 pages
...company, desired to be made a corporation, but the council considering from the example of the Praetorian band among the Romans and the templars in Europe,...which might easily in time overthrow the civil power, thought fit to stop it betimes, yet they were allowed to be a company, but subordinate to all authority....
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A Historical Discourse, Delivered by Request, Before the Citizens of ...

Noah Porter - Farmington (Conn.) - 1841 - 99 pages
...I. and remember that Baxter was hardly a Non-conformist. bands among the Romans and the Templars,) how dangerous it might be to erect a standing authority of military men, which might easily overtop the civil power, thought fit to stop it betimes." And yet this thoughtful care was wise. To...
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A General History of New England: From the Discovery to MDCLXXX.

William Hubbard - Massachusetts - 1848 - 768 pages
...desired to be made a corporation. But the Council considering (from the example of the Praetorian Bands among the Romans, and the Templars in Europe,) how...authority of military men, which might easily in time overtop the civil power, thought fit to stop it betimes ; yet they were allowed to be a company, but...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1848
...desired to be made a corporation. But the Council considering (from the example of the Praetorian Bands among the Romans, and the Templars in Europe,) how...authority of military men, which might easily in time overtop the civil power, thought fit to stop it betimes ; yet they were allowed to be a company, but...
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