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Página 408 - THE GREAT SEAL OF THE COUNCIL FOR NEW ENGLAND "The Council established at Plymouth, in the County of Devon, for the planting, ruling, ordering and governing New England in America," was incorporated on the third day of November,
Página 306 - to cede. Gentlemen cannot mistake the import of the language; it is a promise, not a cession. Will it be said that France acquired any title by this promise? . . . The terms of the treaty are, ' Whereas, in pursuance of the treaty [of Ildefonso], and particularly of the third article, the French Republic has an incontestible title,
Página 412 - and the " Council " established at Plymouth, in the County of Devon, " for the planting, ruling, ordering and governing New England in America,
Página 381 - divest their posterity, namely the enjoyment of life and liberty, with the means of pursuing and obtaining happiness and safety.
Página 381 - MASON.—" When any government shall be found inadequate or contrary to these purposes, a majority of the community have an indubitable
Página 385 - pinnacle of the building and to which the rafters center at top; these rafters are strengthened and bound together by cross-beams and laths, which sustain the roof or covering, which is a layer of bark neatly placed and tight enough to exclude the rain, and sometimes they cast a thin superficies of earth over all.
Página 311 - on between France and Great Britain.* The letter is as follows : " Philadelphia, June 2oth, 1798. " Dear Sir, "I have the pleasure to acknowledge the receipt of your letter
Página 385 - There is but one large door, which serves at the same time to admit light from without and the smoak to escape when a fire is kindled ; but as there is but a small fire kept, sufficient to give light at night, and that fed with dry, small, sound wood divested of its bark, there is but
Página 381 - men are created equal . . . are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights . . . among these are life, liberty, and the