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At a General Court held at Boston the 16th. of March 1680,1.
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Get this from a library. At a General Court held at Boston the 16th. of March ,1: the solemn consideration of those awful threatnings that are in the face of divine Providence This court doth therefore appoint the 21st. day of April next to be observed as a day of fasting and prayer. [Massachusetts.
General Court.]. Get this from a library. At a General Court held at Boston the 16th. of Marchthe solemn consideration of those awful threatnings that are in the face of divine Providence This court doth therefore appoint the 21st.
day of April next to be observed as a day of fasting and prayer. [Massachusetts. General Court.]. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Massachusetts General Court (Massachusetts.
General Court) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Massachusetts. General Court: Records of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in New At a General Court held at Boston the 16th. of March 1680,1. book Printed by Order of the Legislature (5 volumes in 6: Boston: W.
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Older records are held by: Supreme Judicial Court Archives (administration - records stored in several off-site facilities and the Mass. Archives) 16th Floor, Highrise Court House 3 Pemberton Square Boston MA Phone Email [email protected] Top of Page | Top of Court Quarterly Court of General Sessions of the.
He was present at a general meeting held at Portsmouth on A regular government was established on July1,and Philip Sherman was elected secretary. His records show him to have been an expert penman and an educated man.
He was made freeman, Mawas general recorder from tos: Samuel Sherman. August 2 – Boston Revolt: Edmund Andros, former governor of the Dominion of New England, escapes from Boston to Connecticut, but is recaptured.
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), Pope since Centuries: 16th century, 17th century, 18th century. Full text of "A manual for the use of the General Court" See other formats.
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Middlesex at Hicks HallJune 2, when Charles in pursuance whereof the late Treasury Lords by warrant dated –1. The Richardsons started a family, and between about andthey had six children. Ezekiel was chosen as a constable by Charlestown’s council inand served as selectman during and For the years andhe was Charlestown’s representative to the General Court in Boston.
Nineteen men signed the compact for the town in Upon leaving the church in Roxbury, Philip joined with the Friends. The Massachusetts Court ordered Philip to appear before them on 12 Marhe did not go.
But he continued as a prominent figure in Rhode Island; he was the General Recorder in & the Deputy to the Assembly in. He served as Deputy to the General Court for eleven sessions from to, appointed to the Court of Commission inwas Lieutenant of the Norwich Train Band in and served on several town committees.
In May ofhe received a a colonial grant for acres. Francis and Sarah () Griswold had nine children. Jany. 25, Tuesday. Thos. Eams drops down. dead in the Morning at Mr. Pain's stable, as he and others saw Hay. thrown before their Horses. He was come to Court about Sherborn. Controversy with respect to their Meeting House, its Situation.
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30 January Leave a comment. He drew up for the colonists, at the request of the General Court, an abstract of the laws of Moses entitled Moses His Judicials, which was of greatest influence in the formation of the laws of the colony.
This portrait is owned by Robert C. Winthrop, Esq. REV. COTTON MATHER, D.D. Born in Boston, Mass., ; died in Boston, Mass., Henry Dow xaa, (The Book of Dow, page 26) oldest child, bmElizabeth March.
In spite of his late marriage he did much toward a posterity. He d three years before his mother, He was the parish clerk,at Runham and for four years signed the register as church warden. The fourth year he signed as Dove. Children: a. June 1. Windsor. [Minute of] petition of William Penn, son to Sir William Penn, deceased, for a grant of a tract of land in America lying north of Maryland, on the east bounded with Delaware River, on the west limited as Maryland is, and northward to extend as far as plantable, which is altogether Indian.
was hard. In March [Footnote: Ma ] he sailed for home, and while in London he made a series of reports to the government which seem to have produced the conviction that the moment for action had come. In December he returned, commissioned as deputy-surveyor and auditor-general for all New England, except New Hampshire.
18 October. [*] *At a Session of the Generall Court of Election, held at Boston, the 18 th of the 8 th Mo th: Shoe makers incorporated: Vppon the petition of the shoomakers of Boston, & in consideration of of the complaynts which haue bin made of the damag which the country sustaynes by occasion of bad ware made by some of that trade, for redresse hereof, its.
At the Quarter Sessions held at Blandford between 10th and 13th January the constables for the hundred of Puddletown reported that the tithings of Little Puddle and Muston had failed to appoint a tithing man as required by law and the Court ordered William CHURCHILL, who inhabited the tithing, to provide a tithing man at his own charge or.
Obviously he was in Plymouth at that time. As an Assistant, he attended the 3 March /5 court (PCR, ). On 2 March /6 he was one of the men who viewed some land in Plymouth Colony (PCR, ).
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The Project Gutenberg eBook, Charles Sumner; His Complete Works, Volume VIII (of 20), by Charles Sumner. This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. Thus, on the first page of my book, I observe, as if it were axiomatic, that, at a given moment, toward the opening of the sixteenth century, "Europe burst from her medi val torpor into the splendor of the Renaissance," and further on I assume, as an equally selfevident axiom, that freedom of thought was the one great permanent advance which.
"MaColl. Thomas Noyes, Esq. (and others) were chosen to be a committee to lay out the High way to Bradford, &c."the General Court ordered that "Thomas Noyes be Captaine of the second company, *** and that commissions goe out accordingly.". efficiency of the military corps.
At a Court Martial, held in the early part of January,composed of thirteen officers, they, in their letter, dated 12th of January, to the General speak thus--'2d. That we have observed a great spirit of mutiny among the soldiers, particularly those of Lieutenant Colonel Cochran's company,' and '3d.4/6.
At a meeting of the Susquehanna Company held at Windham, Conn., on the 16th of November,Ezra Dean was appointed on a committee to sell shares at £ 15 each, and on 17 April,he was authorized to admit settlers to the number of forty each to the eight towns laid out in the Wyoming Valley 2.
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Page record is a Robert Powell, who came to Ipswich, Mass., from Tanton, England,in The following record is all I have been able to find out abouthim." Quarterly Court Record, Essex Co., Mass.
Stafford County Deed Book W-Z, -p. } rreorge Mason of Pohick obtained a judgment against Daniel McCarty in the General Court l November McCarty later brought suit, also in General Court, against Mason, evidently to recover part of the pronerty.
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Deed dated Boston, Ma Richards, Capt. Thomas the only son of Hon. James, removed to Boston. He married Joanna Dodd, sister of Edward Dodd, and had two daughters, but no sons.
He made his will inand died in He owned a shipyard and buildings in Boston, which he gave to his wife, with £ in money.This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. At one time, inwe find a dispensary opened: in the following year a great public meeting is held, with the sheriff in the chair, to petition the King and both Houses of Parliament for the civil rights of trial by jury, and a House of Assembly; and the next year a general post-office throughout the colony, and an Australian jockey club.