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" You are to give all due Encouragement and Invitation to Merchants and others, who shall bring Trade unto our said Province, or any way contribute to the advantage thereof, and in particular the Royal African Company of England. "
Interesting tracts, relating to the island of Jamaica: consisting of curious ... - Page 194
by Christopher Columbus, Robert Venables, Oliver Cromwell, Thomas Modyford (Sir.), Nevil (of Jamaica.), Charles Howard Earl of Carlisle, Sir Thomas Lynch, Samuel Long (Esquire.), Philip Howard (Knight.), Arnold, Murrough O'Brien Earl of Inchiquin, William III (King of England), George Monck Duke of Albemarle, Sir Gilbert Heathcote, Sir William Beeston - 1800 - 300 pages
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The Judicial and Civil History of New Jersey, Volume 1

John Whitehead - Courts - 1897 - 1138 pages
...strongly favor that denomination. Almost immediately following them, come these remarkable provisions: " You are to give all due encouragement and invitation to merchants and others, who shall bring trade into our said Province, or any way contribute to the advantage thereof, and in particular,...
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Correspondence of William Shirley: Governor of Massachusetts and ..., Volume 1

William Shirley - Etats-Unis - 1912
...the Massachusets Bay, which may in any wise affect the Trade and Navigation of this Kingdom. 61. And you are to give all due Encouragement and Invitation to Merchants and others who shall bring Trade unto the said Province, or any way contribute to the Advantage thereof; and in particular...
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The Howard Review, Volumes 1-2

African Americans - 1923
...the following year Governor Robert Hunter was advised in his instructions from the home government to "give all due encouragement and invitation to merchants and others, who shall bring trade unto our said province, or any way contribute to the advantage thereof, and in particular...
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Words that Make New Jersey History: A Primary Source Reader

Howard L. Green - History - 1995 - 295 pages
...employments in our said province under your government, whose ill fame . . . may occasion scandal. . . . You are to give all due encouragement and invitation to merchants and others who shall bring trade unto our said province or any way contribute to the advantage thereof and, in particular,...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volume 8; Volume 28

Massachusetts Historical Society - Massachusetts - 1894
...such Orders and Regulations "1'•'"' therein, with the advice of Our said Council, aa may be most acceptable to the Generality of the Inhabitants. You...all due encouragement and Invitation to Merchants Merchants to and others who shall bring Trade unto Our said Province, be Encouraged. or anv ways contribute...
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The Grants, Concessions, and Original Constitutions of the Province of New ...

Aaron Leaming, Jacob Spicer - History - 2002 - 763 pages
...the advice of the Council, as may be most conducive to the benefit and improvement of that colony. You are to give all due encouragement and invitation to merchants and others, who shall bring trade unto our said Province, or any way contribute to the advantage thereof, and in particular...
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