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Página 57 - Judges of the Court from whence such Appeal shall be so made, to you our Captain General, or to the Commander in Chief for the Time being, and to our said Council, as aforesaid, shall not be admitted to vote...
Página 56 - You are to take Care that no Man's Life, Member, Freehold, or Goods be taken away or harmed in our said Province, otherwise then by established and known Laws, not repugnant to, but as much as may be agreeable to the Laws of England.
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