3 edition of A letter to an honourable gentleman of the Council-Board, for the colony of Connecticut found in the catalog.
A letter to an honourable gentleman of the Council-Board, for the colony of Connecticut
|Statement||By a friend of college, the church and his country. ; [Nine lines of quotations]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 10511.|
|Contributions||Baldwin, Ebenezer, 1745-1776.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||26|
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A letter to an honourable gentleman of the Council-Board, for the colony of Connecticut: shewing that Yale-College is a very great emolument, and of high importance to the state: consequently, that it is the interest and duty of the commonwealth to afford it publick countenance and support: and wherein such objections are considered and obviated as would probably be.
A Letter to an Honourable Gentleman of the Council-Board, for the Colony of Connecticut, Shewzng that Yale-College is a vely great Emolument, and of High Importance to the State (New Haven, ); [Benjamin Trumbull]. for the colony of Connecticut book But the legal brief the colony prepared in advance of the final Privy Council hearing in claimed that the English settlers “conquered the Pequots in a just War.” The Case of the Respondents the Landholders.
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page images at HathiTrust; illustrated HTML with. Governour of Her Majesties Colony of Connecticut, Departed this Life in the Sixty Ninth Year of his Age; being Born at Ipswich in New England the 14th day of March, Anno ” (Boston News Letter, December 1,p.
2/1). He was the son of Gov. John Winthrop, Jr., of Connecticut. * To explain these dates it is necessary to note that Champlain lived for years in one of the buildings of the Fort of Saint Louis which he first erected, and the name château is often applied to that structure; but the château, properly so-called, was not commenced untiland it as well as its successors was within the limits of the fort.
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EBook PDF: MB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of Liberty. HTML: MB: This version has been converted from the. As Printed in the Connecticut Reports, vol pages - He was the youngest son of Asa Bacon, Esq., an eminent lawyer, whose name often appears as counsel in the earlier volumes of these reports, and is one of the few counsellors of that day, who are still S, the subject of this notice, was born at Litchfield, Conn., in Januaryand Author: Law Legislation.
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2 On Decemin reaction to the recent raid on loyalist printer James Rivington by Isaac Sears and a band of Connecticut men, the provincial congress asked the New York delegates to secure congressional approval of a regulation "to prevent those jealousies which the introduction of parties of armed men from any neighbouring Colony.
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Calendar of State Papers, Colonial" See other formats. The Lords' questions are generally answered in a book called the State of Jamaica.
In a former letter I conjectured our force of listed men at 4, whites blacks and Indians, of which last there are some in most plantations, excellent fishermen and. The only way by which courts of justice could antiently take cognizance of privilege of parliament, was by writ of privilege,35 in the nature of a supersedeas, to deliver the party out of custody when arrested in a civil suit.u For when a letter was written by the speaker to the judges, to stay proceedings against a privileged person, they.
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