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Page 65 - Huddleston took the oaths appointed by Act of Parliament instead of the oaths of allegiance & supremacy & the oath of an Attorney at Law & did subscribe the test.
Page 340 - Anne, by the Grace of God, of England, Scotland, France ..and Ireland, Queen, defender of the faith, &c.
Page 185 - Security for their so doing, but that they likewise take the Oaths appointed by Act of Parliament to be taken instead of the Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy...
Page 132 - Britain shall otherwise direct, shall take the respective oaths appointed to be taken instead of the oaths of allegiance and supremacy...
Page 186 - Proceeding in their said Courts, as fully and amply to all intents and purposes whatsoever as all or any of the said Judges of the severall Courts of the Kings Bench, Common Pleas & Exchequer in England legally doe.
Page 312 - Cornwallis, or to the Commander in Chief of our said Province for the time being...
Page 288 - Governor having signified to the Council that his Excellency had wrote him the 9th instant to adjourn the Court for a week, It is the opinion of this Board that whereas the Superiour Court of this Province was adjourned until Monday next, two of the clock in the afternoon, that the same be further adjourned till Friday the 18th instant, ten of the clock before noon, whereof all persons concerned are to take notice and govern themselves accordingly ; And that the Secretary issue out proclamations...
Page 542 - Indians for any real or supposed wrong or injury done on the one side or the other, no private revenge shall be taken by the Indians for the same, but proper application shall be made to her...
Page 200 - NO. 30. An Act for Restraining of inhuman Severities. Be it Enacted, &c., for the prevention & restraining of inhumane Severitie, which by evil masters or Overseers may be used towards their Christian servants, That from & after the publication hereof if any man smites out the eye or tooth of his man servant or maid Servant, or otherwise maime or disfigure them much, unless it be by meer casualitie, he shall let him or her goe free from his service & shall allow such further recompense as the Court...
Page 217 - And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid, That no person Inhabiting within this Province, other than Freeholders of the value or income of Forty shillings per Annum or upwards in Land, or worth Fifty Pounds sterling at the least in personal Estate, shall have any vote in the Election of Representatives, or be capable of being Elected to serve in the General Assembly...

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