Journals of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts, Volume 3

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Page 115 - Peace, Welfare and good Government of the said Province; which Laws, Statutes and Ordinances are to be, as near as conveniently may be...
Page 60 - Commonwealth for the time being, with the advice and consent of the council, for the public service, in the necessary defence and support of the government of the said Commonwealth, and the protection and preservation of the subjects thereof, according to such acts as are or shall be in force within the same.
Page 61 - Councillors, or five of them at least, shall and may, from time to time, hold and keep a Council, for the ordering and directing the affairs of the Commonwealth, according to the laws of the land.
Page 21 - Government, and shall Have received Our Royal Approbation, unless You take Care that there be a Clause inserted therein, suspending and deferring the Execution thereof, until Our Pleasure shall be known concerning the same.
Page 126 - Indian warr be granted and that The petitioners have leave to bring in a Bill accordingly. Aug" 29th 1722. Rich" Waldron, Cler. Con. In The House of Represen. Aug
Page 60 - ... to impose and levy proportionable and reasonable assessments, rates and taxes upon the estates and persons of all and every the proprietors and inhabitants...
Page 49 - Payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves and every of us, jointly and severally, for and in the whole, our Heirs, Executors, and Administrators, and every of them, firmly by these Presents. Sealed with our Seals. Dated this Day of in the Year of the Reign of said Majesty, and in the Year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and...
Page 21 - Plantations, which Bills remain in force there from the time of enacting until Our Pleasure be signified to the contrary; We do hereby Will and require you not to pass or give your Consent hereafter to any Bill or Bills in the Assembly of Our said Province of unusual and extraordinary Nature and importance, wherein Our Prerogative, or the Property of Our Subjects may be prejudiced, or the Trade or Shipping of...
Page 21 - Mischiefs do arise by passing Bills of an unusual -and extraordinary nature and importance in the Plantations, which Bills remain in force there, from the time of enacting until Our PLEASURE be signified to the contrary ; We do hereby will and require you not to pass or give your Assent to any Bill or Bills in the Assembly of Our said...
Page 192 - ... I'm perswaded it will Embarass him, and that he will Elude as much as he can an Answer; But it's for your Indians to see what they have to do, if after the Remonstrance they Gave him he do not Satisfy their Demands. to sustain them if the English Attack them wrongfully — I am charmed that Owrene has thus distinguished himself in this Treaty, and that he has laboured as he has done, that the speech of the Nation was such to the English, he'll receive for his son Marks of the Satisfaction I have...

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