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Page 25 - ... in the inhabitants paying scot and lot, and not receiving alms or any charity's, which seems to favour the petitioner, and are to be upon it again on Thursday.
Page 59 - Cambridge, and attend you to town. " I should be obliged to you, on the return of this express, to let me know when you propose to be in Boston, and, as near as you can, the time of the day. "I have the honor to be, with every sentiment of esteem and respect, &c. "JoHN HANCOCK.
Page 54 - ... unhappy culprit, proceeded to pronounce the awful fiat of the law— that he was to be taken to the place from whence he came, and thence to the place of execution on the Saturday next ensuing, there to be hanged by the neck, till he was dead. A solemn silence reigned ; and when the judge prayed for mercy on his soul, there was not a dry eye in the whole court, except his Lordship's — even the gaolers wept. CHAPTER XIII.
Page 13 - ... cardinal points which it will be my pride, as it will be my duty, to regard with undeviating fidelity. The early appointment of the senators to represent the state of Michigan in Congress, and some provision to supply vacancies in local offices, which may be produced by resignation or otherwise, will necessarily occur to the senate and house of representatives, without...
Page 46 - I have the honor to remain, with the greatest respect, Gentlemen, Your most obedient humble servant, Chas.
Page 57 - High Sheriff of the County of Kent, Sir Moses opened the Court at Canterbury for the election of a member of Parliament in the room of Sir E. Knatchbull. After delivering an appropriate address to the electors, the meeting was proceeded with, and eventually Mr William Deedes was returned. The meeting was conducted in a most orderly manner. Mr William Deedes of Sandling Park was elected to represent them in Parliament, and thanks were...