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" Estate sate nexte him on both handes, excepte only the Secretary, then appointed Speaker, who sate right before him, John Twine, Clerke of the General Assembly, being placed nexte... "
The Tuftonian - Page 109
1901
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The Church review, and ecclesiastical register ..., Volume 15, Issues 1863-1864

1864
...different Incorporations and Plantations, goes on to say :— "The most convenient place wo could finde to sitt in was the Quire of the Church. Where Sir George Yeardley, the Governour, being Sett downe in his accustomed place, those of the Counsell of Estate, sat nexte to...
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The Church Review, Volume 15

1864
...different Incorporations and Plantations, goes on to say :— "The most convenient place wo could finde to sitt in was the Quire of the Church. Where Sir George Yeardley, the Governour, being Sett downe in his accustomed place, those of the Counsell of Estate, sat nexte to...
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The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 31

New England - 1877
...power to make and ordain laws profitable for the Colony. The Journal of the Legislature states : " The most convenient place we could find to sitt in...being sett downe in his accustomed place, those of the Counsell of Estate sate next him, on both handes, excepte onely the Secretary then appointed Speaker,...
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the new england

david clapp - 1877
...power to make and ordain laws profitable for the Colony. The Journal of the Legislature states : " The most convenient place we could find to sitt in...being sett downe in his accustomed place, those of the Counsell of Estate sate next him, on both handes, excepte onely the Secretary then appointed Speaker,...
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - Historiography - 1894
...contemporaneous account sent to England by the speaker, we are told : " The most convenient place we could flude to sitt in was the Quire of the Church, where Sir George Yeardley, the Governour, being sett down in his accustomed place, those of the Counsel of Estate sate nexte him on...
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The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 30

Philip Alexander Bruce, William Glover Stanard - Virginia - 1922
...language of the Secretary, Master John Pory — who was also made Speaker of the House — it is written: "The most convenient place we could find to sitt in...where Sir George Yeardley, the Governor, being sett down in his accustomed place, those of the Council of Estate sate next him on both handes, excepte...
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The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 2

Philip Alexander Bruce, William Glover Stanard - Virginia - 1894
...contemporaneous account sent to England by the Speaker, we are told: "The most convenient place we could finde to sitt in was the Quire of the Church, where Sir George Yeardley, the Governour, being sett down in his accustomed place, those of the Counsel of Estate sate nexte him on...
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Annual Report of the American Historical Association

American Historical Association - Historiography - 1894
...contemporaneous account sent to England by the speaker, we are told: " The most convenient place we could finde to sitt in was the Quire of the Church, where Sir George Yeardley, the Governour, being sett down in his accustomed place, those of the Counsel of Estate sate uexte him on...
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Annual Report

American Historical Association - History - 1894
...contemporaneous account sent to England by the speaker, we are told: "The most convenient place we could findeto sitt in was the Quire of the Church, where Sir George Yeardley, the Govemour, being sett down in his accustomed place, those of the Counsel of Estate sate uexte him on...
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Money and Banking Illustrated by American History

Horace White - Argent (monnaie) - 1895 - 488 pages
...beginning of representative government in America. The organization was effected in the following manner: "The most convenient place we could find to sitt in was the Quire of the Churche where Sir George Yeardly, the Governor, being sette downe in his accustomed place those of...
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