Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Band 74
The Society, 1918
For the statement above quoted, also for full bibliographical information regarding this publication, and for the contents of the volumes [1st ser.] v. 1- 7th series, v. 5, cf. Griffin, Bibl. of Amer. hist. society. 2d edition, 1907, p. 346-360.
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Seite 47 - whereby our Subjects, Inhabitants of our said Province may be Religiously, Peaceably, and Civilly, governed, protected and defended, so as their good life, and orderly conversation, may win the Indians, Natives of the Country, to the Knowledge and obedience of the only true God, and Saviour of Mankind, and the Christian Faith, which his
Seite 140 - ica for the Expences incurred by them in the levying, cloathing and Pay of the Troops raised by the same, according as the active Vigour and strenuous Efforts of the respective Provinces should be thought by us to merit. And whereas we did by Warrants under our Royal Sign Manual, bearing date the
Seite 14 - 1760 THE foregoing Accounts contain the Charge of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay for the Forces raised under the General and Commander in chief of his Majesty's Forces in North America, and the full sum of
Seite 48 - any thing herein contained to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding. And we do for us, our heirs and Successors, establish and ordain, that the said orders, Laws, Statutes and ordinances, be by the first opportunity, after the making thereof, sent or transmitted unto us, our heirs and Successors, under the
Seite 75 - will endeavor to obstruct this scheme; but hope, to no purpose. If our charter is confirmed, we shall endeavor to get our Subscription enlarged, both here and in other parts; and to apply ourselves to this business, in the prosecution of which we are, however, in expectation of meeting with many difficulties.
Seite xxviii - You will never get your health till your mind is at ease. If you tire yourself with business, but especially with politics, you won't get well/ I said, 'I didn't meddle with politics nor think about them;' — 'except/ said he, 'by writing in the papers.
Seite 48 - the Governor of our said Province or Territory of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, for the time being, shall have the Negative Voice ; and that without his Consent or approbation, signified and declared, in writing, no such orders, Laws, Statutes ordinances Elections, or other Acts of Government whatsoever, so to be made, passed or done by the said General Assembly, or in Council,
Seite 110 - or some Formalist, who yearns after preferment, and seeks it hard by writing after the System and Passions of his chief; and many things may be written by a learned artful man, in such a controversy, not altogether without speciousness and plausibility/' To this Mayhew replied, June 24, 1764: "I have before had intimations of the
Seite 48 - to be made, passed or done by the said General Assembly, or in Council, shall be of any Force, Effect, or Validity; any thing herein contained to the contrary in any