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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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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...

The History of New England from 1630 to 1649, Nide 1

John Winthrop - 1853
...remove, etc. [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 publicly convict, no more than the magistrates may not turn a private...

The New England history: from the discovery of the continent by the ..., Nide 2

Charles Wyllys Elliott - 1857
...would not re-elect the former magistrates, the Eev. " 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, no more than the magistrates might turn a private man out of his freehold without...

THE NEW ENGLAND HISTORY, FROM THE DISCOVERY OF THE CONTINENT BY THE NORTHMEN ...

CHARLES W. ELLIOTT - 1857
...would not re-elect the former magistrates, the Kev. " 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, no more than the magistrates might turn a private man out of his freehold without...

History of New England: History of New England during the Stuart dynasty

John Gorham Palfrey - 1858
...the more when Cotton, lately arrived as he was, had laid down the doctrine in his Election Sermon, 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...

History of New England, Nide 1

John Gorham Palfrey - 1859
...the more when Cotton, lately arrived as he was, had laid down the doctrine in his Election Sermon, 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...

History of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, Nide 1

Samuel Greene Arnold - 1859
...familiar intercourse of home. Cotton, whose influence was paramount in the colony, preached publicly " that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause," a doctrine calculated to perpetuate power in the hands of men over whom the clergy...

1636-1700

Samuel Greene Arnold - 1859
...familiar intercourse of home. Cotton, whose influence was paramount in the colony, preached publicly " that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause," a doctrine caleulated to perpetuate power in the hands of men over whom the clergy...

HISTORY OF THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND

SAMUEL GREENE ARNOLD - 1859
...familiar intercourse of home. Cotton, whose influence was paramount in the colony, preached publicly " that a magistrate ought not to be turned into the condition of a private man without just cause/' a doctrine calculated to perpetuate power in the hands of men over whom the clergy...

Life and letters of John Winthrop, from 1630 to 1649

Robert Charles Winthrop - 1867
...political sermon : — "14 May.] 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 publicly convict, no more than the magistrates may not turn a private...




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