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  • And I am sure he shall be conueyed through the land with fiue hundred horses, and he shallbe accompted as one of the chiefest in the land next the Emperour.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Therefore they haue neede to haue a place to worke in, in the winter: and at any hand let them haue helpe enough to spinne their stuffe: for seeing you haue great plentie of hempe there, and at a reasonable price, we trust we shallbe able to bring as good stuffe from thence, and better cheape then out of Danske: if it be diligently vsed; and haue a good ouerseer.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • A portion of the articles which you kindly sent me upon your concert at Liege shallbe inserted in the Neue Zeitschrift fur Musik.

    Letters

  • In earnest or sporte we shall speake or saie; whiche daye to the iuste shallbe most ioyfull, 920

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • There shallbe no release of the arbitration award by the arbitration panel except to the Club, the Player, the Association and the LRD.

    True Blue LA

  • Besides the current, it is also a thinge withoute controversie, that all southerne and south easterne windes inforce the Spanish flete returninge home nere or upon the aforesaide coaste, and consequently will bringe them into our daunger, after wee shallbe there strongly setled and fortified.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation. Vol. XIII. America. Part II.

  • Conditionally that vnto our subiects which be endamaged correspondent satisfaction be likewise on your part within the terme of the foresayd three yeres performed, with paying the summes of 766. nobles and of 4535. nobles, demaunded on our bchalfe, and also with the payment of such summes as within one yeere immediately ensuing the feast of Easter aforesayd, shallbe found by sufficient declarations and proofes to be made on the behalfe of our subiects (as is aforesayd) to be due.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • So early as 1644, therefore, the General Court "Ordered and agreed, yt if any person or persons within ye iurisdiction shall either openly condemne or oppose ye baptizing of infants, or go about secretly to seduce others from ye app'bation or use thereof, or shall purposely depart ye congregation at ye administration of ye ordinance, ... and shall appear to ye Co't willfully and obstinately to continue therein after due time and meanes of conviction, every such person or persons shallbe sentenced to banishment."

    The Emancipation of Massachusetts

  • 2454: And knowing what I am, I know what she shallbe.

    Othello (1623 First Folio Edition)

  • And ffurther, it is ordered, that noe person, being a member of any churche which shall hereafter be gathered without the approbaction of the magistrates, & the greater parte of the said churches, shallbe admitted to the ffreedome of this commonwealthe. "

    The Emancipation of Massachusetts

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