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expressly included in the ordinance, had taken care to acknowledge the new order of things; Langford's Refutation, 6, 7. and Massachusetts, alike unwilling to encounter the hostility of parliament of access. Clarendon relates the matter rightly. See also Strong's Babylon's Fall, 2, 3, and Langford's Refutation, 6, 7. These are all contemporary authorities. Compare also the journals of the so Ludlow, 149: This news being brought to Virginia, they submitted also,&c. Clarendon, Strong, Langford, the public acts, Ludlow, all contemporary, do not disagree. Beverley wrote in the next centurt had been oppressed in Virginia; and now not the slightest effort at revenge was attempted. Langford's Refutation 3. That Bennett was a Roundhead is indisputable. The contemporary authorities are Strong's Babylon's Fall, i. 7, and 10; Langford's Refutation, 3; Hammond's Leah and Rachel, 21. These, taken together, are conclusive. Bennett was of the council in 1646. Hening, i. 322. The
i. A true copy of the whole law is printed by Langford, 27—32. Compare Hammond's Leah and Rachel, 2person in Maryland for matter of religion; Langford, 11. that the colonists enjoyed freedom of coolic province of Maryland. Chalmers, 219. Langford, 3. Hammond, 20. An equal union prevailesued a commission to Sir William Davenant; Langford, 3, 4. Stone was the active deputy of Lord Basures against his authority were designed. Langford, 6 and 7. Yet the commissioners were in- 165uld arrive from England. Strong, 2 and 3. Langford, 7 and 8. Bacon's Preface. McMahon, 204, 20 Maryland was intrusted. Strong, 3, 4, 5. Langford, 11, 12. McMahon, 206. Chalmers, 223. Iter conferred, to vindicate his supremacy. Langford, 9, 10. Towards the end of January, on the arshed Strong's Babylon's Fall in Maryland, and Langford's Just and Clear Refutation of a Scandalous Pdeclaring his determinate will. Barber, in Langford, 15. And yet the same causes which led Cromwe[1 more...]