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" Churche, wch being done, before they were fully admitted, they were called in order and by name, and so every man (none staggering at it) tooke the oathe of Supremacy, and then entred the Assembly. "
The Tuftonian - Page 110
1901
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

New-York Historical Society - New York (State) - 1857
...Soveraigne ; all the Burgesses were intreatted to retyre themselves into the body of the Churche ; wch being done, before they were fully admitted, they...order and by name, and so every man (none staggering at it,) tooke the oathe of Supremacy, and then entred the Assembly. At Captaine Ward, the Speaker tooke...
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1857
...might proceed w awfull & due respecte towards his Lieutenant, our most gratious and dread Soveraigne ; all the Burgesses were intreatted to retyre themselves into the body of the Churche ; wch being done, before they were fully admitted, they were called in order and by name, and...
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Collections of the New York Historical Society

New-York Historical Society - 1857
...might proceed w awfull & due respecte towards his Lieutenant, our most gratious and dread Soveraigne ; all the Burgesses were intreatted to retyre themselves into ,the body of the Churche ; wch being done, before they were fully admitted, they were called in order and by name, and...
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

New-York Historical Society - New York (State) - 1857
...might proceed w awfull & due respecte towards his Lieutenant, our most gratious and dread Soveraigne ; all the Burgesses were intreatted to retyre themselves into the body of the Churche ; wch being done, before they were fully admitted, they were called in order and by name, and...
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The Church review, and ecclesiastical register ..., Volume 15, Issues 1863-1864

1864
...respecte towards his Lieutenant, our most gracious and dread Soveraigne; all the Burgesses were intreated. to retyre themselves into the body of the Church,...admitted, they were called in order and by name, and soe every man (none staggering at it) took the oath of Supremacy, and then entered the Assembly." Some...
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The Church Review, Volume 15

1864
...his Lieutenant, our most gracious and dread Soveraigne ; all the Burgesses were iutreated to rctyre themselves into the body of the Church, which being...admitted, they were called in order and by name, and soe every man (none staggering at it) took the oath of Supremacy, and then entered the Assembly." Some...
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the new england

david clapp - 1877
...might proceed w awful and due respecte towards the Lieutenant, our most gratious and dread Soveraigne, all the Burgesses were intreatted to retyre themselves into the body of the Churche, wch being done, before they were fully admitted, they were called in order, and by name, and...
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The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 31

New England - 1877
...might proceed w* awful and due respecte towards tbe Lieutenant, our most gratious and dread Soveraigne, all the Burgesses were intreatted to retyre themselves into the body of tho Churche, w4* being done, before they were fully admitted, they were called in order, and by name,...
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The Antiquary, Volume 4

Edward Walford, George Latimer Apperson - Antiquities - 1881
...of this plantation. All the Burgesses were then entreated to retire into the body of the Church, and before they were fully admitted, they were called...order and by name, and so every man (none staggering at it) took the Oath of Supremacy, and then entered the Assembly. The Speaker then took exception to...
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Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, Volume 5

Modern Language Association of America - Languages, Modern - 1890
...proceed w'*1 awful and due respecte towards the Lieutenant, our most gratious and dread Soveraigne, all the Burgesses were intreatted to retyre themselves into the body of the Churche, weh being done, before they were fully admitted, they were called in order and by name, and...
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