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" The burgesses, who were immediately convened, resolving to become the arbiters of the fate of the colony, enacted, " that the supreme power of the government of this country shall be resident in the assembly; and all writs shall issue in its name, until... "
Rise of the United Empire Loyalists: A Sketch of American History - Page 16
by Frederic Gregory Forsyth - 1906 - 120 pages
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History of the United States from the Discovery of the American ..., Volume 1

George Bancroft - United States - 1854
...who were immediately convened, resolving to become the arbiters of the fate of the colony, enacted, " that the supreme power of the government of this country shall be resident in tlie assembly ; and all writs shall issue in its name, until there shall arrive from England a commission,...
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HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

GEORGE BANCROFT - 1856
...who were immediately convened, resolving to become the arbiters of the fate of the colony, enacted, "that the supreme power of the government of this country shall be resident in the assembly ; and all writs shall issue in its name, until there shall arrive from England a commission, which the assembly...
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History of the United States of America, from the Discovery of the ..., Volume 1

George Bancroft - United States - 1876
...Richard had left England without a government. The burgesses, who were immediately convened, enacted " that the supreme power of the government of -this country shall be resident in the assembly ; and all writs shall issue in its name, until there shall arrive from England a commission, which the assembly...
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The Albany Law Journal: A Weekly Record of the Law and the Lawyers, Volume 16

Law - 1877
...England, Virginia elected her own Governor, and on the death of Richard Cromwell, her Assembly declared " the supreme power of the government of this country shall be resident in the Assembly," and all writs should issue in its name, " until such a command and commission come out of England as shall...
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The Albany Law Journal: A Monthly Record of the Law and the Lawyers, Volume 16

Law - 1877
...England, Virginia elected her own Governor, and on the death of Richard Cromwell, her Assembly declared "the supreme power of the government of this country shall be resident in the Assembly," and all writs should issue in its name, " until such a command aud commission come out of England as shall...
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History of the United States of America, from the Discovery of the ..., Volume 1

George Bancroft - United States - 1883
...Richard left England without a government. The burgesses, who were immediately convened, enacted " that the supreme power of the government of this country shall be resident in the assembly ; and all writs shall issue in its name, until there shall arrive from England a commission, which the assembly...
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Virginia: A History of the People

John Esten Cooke - Virginia - 1883 - 523 pages
...noe resident absolute and gen'll confessed power, — be it enacted and confirmed : That the supreame power of the Government of this country shall be resident in the Assembly, and that all writts issue in the name of the Grand Assembly of Virginia until such a command or commission come...
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Kentucky: A History of the State, Embracing a Concise Account of the Origin ...

William Henry Perrin, J. H. Battle, G. C. Kniffin - Jefferson County (Ky.) - 1888 - 930 pages
...retirement and placed at the head of the government once more. The burgesses took care, however, to reaffirm "that the supreme power of the government of this country shall be resident in the assembly," and to enact that "all writts shall issue" in its name, "until such a command or commission come out of...
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National Magazine: A Monthly Journal of American History, Volume 13

1891
...noe resident, absolute and generall confessed power; Be it enacted and confirmed, That the supreame power of the government of this country shall be resident in the assembly, and that all writts issue in the name of the general assembly of Virginia, until such a comand and comission come...
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A Century Too Soon: A Story of Bacon's Rebellion

John Roy Musick - Bacon's Rebellion, 1676 - 1893 - 400 pages
...God, in his mercy, put a suddaine period to), there being in England noe resident absolute and ge'll confessed power, be it enacted and confirmed: that...country shall be resident in the assembly, and that all writts issue in the name of the grand assembly of Virginia until such command or commission come out...
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