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At a General Court held at Boston the 3d. of May 1676.
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The General Court passed several acts against sumptuous dressing. On 27 March, (King Philip's year), twenty-three persons were presented to the court in Northampton "for wearing silk in a flaunting manner and for long hair and other extravagances contrary to sober order, and demenour not becoming a wilderness state.". John GREENWOOD, above, was one of a committee of three appointed by the general court in to appraise the lands in Maine; was first town clerk and member of the first board of selectmen of Hebron, Maine; was chosen June 6, , first president of board of trustees of Hebron Academy, an office which he held until the time of his death; was.
John Wilcocks died The Court ordered distribution of his estate March 1, [Court Records, Vol. III, p. ]. Extracts from the "Will of Mary Long Farnsworth Wilcox, dated April 3, , wife of John Wilcox of Middletown on file at Hartford. Massachusetts Bay Colony, one of the original English settlements in present-day Massachusetts, settled in by a group of about 1, Puritan refugees from England under Gov. John Winthrop and Deputy Gov. Thomas the Massachusetts Bay Company had obtained from King Charles I a charter empowering the company to trade and colonize in .
March 4, , Mr. Phelps and Ensign Gibbs were appointed by the General Court to go with a committee of three to arrange the bounds between Boston and Dorchester, and explain what each town wants. May 5, , he was a member of the General Court from Dorchester, held in Newton (now Charlestown). ("N. S. F. P. Although the General Court of Massachusetts did not officially designate March 17 as Evacuation Day until , see § K (), the City Council of Boston had previously sponsored public celebrations of Evacuation Day, including notable commemorations on the centennial in , and on the th anniversary in , with its.
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At a General court, held at Boston the 3d of May [Levying ten single county rates to defray the charges of the war] [Cambridge, Printed by Samuel Green, ] [Reproduction]. From the original broadside preserved at the Court House, Salem Mass. With the compliments of the Essex Institute.
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At a general court held at Boston May the 3d, by the court, Edward Rawson, secretary. ([Cambridge, Mass.: Printed by Samuel Green, ]), by Massachusetts General Court and Edward Rawson (HTML at EEBO TCP) Past dispensations of Providence called to mind. In a sermon, delivered in the First Parish in Springfield, on the 16th of October At a General Court held at Boston the 3d of May, Published: () The old Indian chronicle being a collection of exceeding rare tracts / by: Drake, Samuel Gardner.
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Bodge, Soldiers of King Philip's War,mentions him as "Captain Reynolds," as do the Bristol, RI Town Records. Aug his name appears for £ military service. MA General Court confirmed him as Lieutenant in Capt. Hudson's Co. At a General court, held at Boston the 3d of May [Levying ten single county rates to defray the charges of the war] [Cambridge, Printed by Samuel Green, Resolves of the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in New England: begun and held at Boston, in the county of Suffolk.
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This chapter has been published in the book America to For ordering information please.Pages Continued. p It was required that all deputies must be orthodox in religion and it was "ordered that no man, although a Freeman, shall be accepted as a deputy of the General Court, that is un-sound in judgment concerning the many points of the Christian religion, as they have been held forth & acknowledged by the generality of the Protestant orthodox writers, or .