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Lands in Vallue but should considerable part of Dunstable be set of more then of Groton it must of course draw the Meeting House farther from y'e Groton Inhabitants which would be very hurtfull both to the people petitioners & those that will be Non Resident proprietors if the Township is made.
Line which will Bring the on the Line on y'e Brake of Land and Just
Society of y'e Church of England to support y'e incumbent there, then such Society may levy and collect of them who profess and attend as aforesaid, greater taxes, at their own discretion, to y'e support of their ministers.
Namely They owning a very Considerable part of the Lands Voted to be set of as afores'd were willing to Condesent to y'e Desires of their Neighbours apprehending that a meeting House being Erected on or near y'e Groton Lands & a minister settled it would Raise their
England, settled and abiding among them and performing divine service so near to any person that hath declared himself of y'e
The law further declared that if within the parish bounds -- there be a Society of y'e Church of England, where there is a person in orders, according to y'e Canons of y'e Church of
England, living near unto such persons; which minister shall have power to receive and recover y'e same, in order to his support in y'e place assigned to him.
Born at Austerfield, in y'e County of Lincoln, England.
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Church of England, that he can conveniently and doth attend y'e public worship there, then the collectors, having first indifferently levied y'e tax, as aforesaid, shall deliver y'e taxes collected of such persons declaring themselves, and attending as aforesaid, unto y'e minister of y'e Church of
She was only fifty-seven years at her death but, as Bradford said with tender appreciation, "her great and continuall labours, with other crosses and sorrows, hastened it before y'e time."
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