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" Cotton preached, and delivered this doctrine, that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause, and to be publicly convict, no more than the magistrates may not turn a private man out of his freehold, etc.,... "
Letters to a Young Gentleman Commencing His Education: To which is Subjoined ... - Sivu 216
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Elements of Useful Knowledge: Containing a Historical and ..., Nide 1

Noah Webster - 1806 - 208 sivua
...Before the general court at Bofton in May, 1634, Mr. Cotton in a iermon maintained that a magiftrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man j and the queftion afterwards coming before the court, was prudently poftponed. In May 1636, a law...

Elements of useful knowledge. Volume I.: Containing a historical and ...

Noah Webster - 1809 - 208 sivua
...Before the general court atBofton in May, 1634, Mr. Cotton in a fermon, maintained that a magiftrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man ; and ti.c queflion afterwards coming before the court, was prudently poftponed. In May, 1636, a law paffcd...

THE HISTORY OF NEW ENGLAND FROM 1630 TO 1649

JOHN WINTHROP, ESQ - 1825
...remove, &c. [Large blank.] 1 4.] At the general court, Mr. Cotton preached, and delivered this doctrine, that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause, and to be publickly convict, no more than the magistrates may not turn a private...

The history of New England from 1630 to 1649. With notes by J. Savage

John Winthrop - 1825
...remove, &c. [Large blank.] 14.] At the general court, Mr. Cotton preached, and delivered this doctrine, that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause, and to be publickly convict, no more than the mngistrates may not turn a private...

A History of Boston: The Metropolis of Massachusetts, from Its Origin to the ...

Caleb Hopkins Snow - 1828 - 427 sivua
...fell to his lot to preach the Election sermon, and he improved the occasion to deliver this doctrine, that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man, without just cause and on publick conviction,' any more than a magistrate may turn a private man out...

History of the United States: To which is Prefixed a Brief Historical ...

Noah Webster - 1832 - 356 sivua
...that body was divided into two houses. 341. Attempts in Massachusetts to create Magistrates for Life. It was an opinion among our pious ancestors that great...in office for life, as a standing council, and two wero chosen for the purpose. But in May 1C39, one of the ciders giving hie opinion that the governor...

New Englander and Yale Review, Nide 8

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1850
...his arrival, and fearing that his friend Winthrop might not be reelected, he delivered the doctrine that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause and a public conviction after trial, and immediately the assembled electors chose...

The New Englander, Nide 8

1850
...his arrival, and fearing that his friend Winthrop might not be reelected, he delivered the doctrine that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause and a public conviction after trial, and immediately the assembled electors chose...

American Biography, Numero 163

Jeremy Belknap - 1846
...preached by Mr. Cotton, who, with evident allusion to the jealousy referred to, " delivered the doctrine that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause, no more than the magistrate may not turn a private man out of his freehold, (fee.,...

The History of the United States of America, Nide 1

Richard Hildreth - 1849
...Court of Massachusetts. Cotton, the new minister of Boston, delivered on that occasion this doctrine, that a magistrate ought' not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause, and a public trial on specific charges, " no more than the- magistrates may not...




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