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" Checkley guilty of all and every Part of the Indictment (excepting that supposed to traduce and draw into dispute the undoubted Right and Title of our Sovereign Lord King George, to the Kingdoms of... "
A short and easie method with the deists: wherein the certainty of the ... - Page 168
by Charles Leslie - 1723 - 132 pages
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Bibliotheca Americana. A Catalogue of Books Relating to the History and ...

Henry Stevens - America - 1861
...guilty of all and every Part of the Indictment (excepting that supposed to traduce and draw into dispute the undoubted Right and- Title of our Sovereign Lord...Ireland, and the Territories thereto belonging)— -But if the said Book, containing a Discourse concerning Episcopacy as aforesaid, be not a false and...
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The Historical Magazine and Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities ...

United States - 1868
...guilty of all and every part of the Indictment (excepting that supposed to traduce and draw into dispute the undoubted Right and Title of our Sovereign Lord King George to the Kingdoms of Great-Britain and Ireland, and the Territories thereto belonging) — But if the said Bool-, containing...
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The Historical Magazine, and Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities ...

History - 1868
...Verdict of Twelve Men, from being guilty of traducing and drawing into dispute the undoubted liiijlit and Title of our Sovereign Lord King George, to the Kingdoms of Grent- Britain and Ireland, and the Territorien thereto belong. This was the Charge against me, and...
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The Speech of Mr. John Checkley: Upon His Trial at Boston in 1724

John Checkley - Episcopacy - 1868 - 31 pages
...part of the Indictment (excepting that supposed to traduce and draw into dispute the undoubted Sight and Title of our Sovereign Lord King George to the Kingdoms of Great-Britain and Ireland, and the Territories thereto belonging) —But if the said Boole, containing...
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The History of Printing in America: With a Biography of Printers ..., Volume 2

Isaiah Thomas - American newspapers - 1874 - 1063 pages
...guilty of all and every Part of the Indictment (excepting that supposed to traduce and draw into dispute the undoubted Right and Title of our Sovereign Lord, King George, to the Kingdoms of Great-Britain and Ireland, and the territories thereto belonging.) But if the said Book, containing...
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Transactions and Collections of the American Antiquarian Society

American Antiquarian Society - United States - 1874
...guilty of all and every Part of the Indictment (excepting that supposed to traduce and draw into dispute the undoubted Right and Title of our Sovereign Lord, King George, to the Kingdoms of Great-Britain and Ireland, and the territories thereto belonging.) But if the said Book, containing...
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the history of printing in america with a biography of printers, and an ...

isaiah thomas, ll.d. - 1874
...guilty of all and every Part of the Indictment (excepting that supposed to traduce and draw into dispute the undoubted Right and Title of our Sovereign Lord, King George, to the Kingdoms of Great-Britain and Ireland, and the territories thereto belonging.) But if the said Book, containing...
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The Church Review, Volume 47

1886
...guilty of all and every part of the Indictment (excepting that supposed to traduce and draw into dispute the undoubted Right and Title of our Sovereign Lord...and Ireland, and the Territories thereto belonging). But if the said Book, containing a Discourse concerning Episcopacy as aforesaid, be not a false and...
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John Checkley; Or, The Evolution of Religious Tolerance in Massachusetts Bay ...

John Checkley - Episcopacy - 1897
...guilty of all and every Part of the Indiflment (excepting that fuppofed to traduce and draw into difpute the undoubted Right and Title of our Sovereign Lord...and Ireland, and the Territories thereto belonging) But if the faid Book, containing a Difcourfe concerning Epifcopacy as aforefaid, be not a falfe and...
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The Development of Freedom of the Press in Massachusetts, Volume 12

Clyde Augustus Duniway - Freedom of the press - 1906 - 202 pages
...Guilty of all and every part of the Indictm' (Excepting that supposed to Traduce and draw into Dispute the undoubted right and Title of our sovereign Lord...the Kingdoms of Great Britain and Ireland and the Territorys thereto belonging) — But if the s? Book Containing a discourse Concerning Episcopacy as...
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