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" The authority of all acts of parliament," they added, " which concern the colonies, and extend to them, is ever acknowledged in all the courts of law, and made the rule of all judicial proceedings in the province. There is not a member of the general... "
The History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment, of the Independence of ... - Página 135
1788
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The History of Canada: Canada under British rule

William Kingsford - 1892
...address to governor Pownall in 1757: "The authority of ail Acts of Parliament, which concern the colonies and extend to them, is ever acknowledged in all the...the general court, and we know no inhabitant within tile bounds of the government, that ever questioned that authority." At this date the P'rench were...
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A Short History of British Colonial Policy

Hugh Edward Egerton - 1897 - 503 páginas
...to them are ever acknowledged in all Courts of Law, and made the rule of all judicial proceedings. There is not a member of the general court, and we know no inhabitant within the bounds of this Government that ever questioned this . . . authority." l Surely, with these words before them,...
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Thomas Pownall: M. P., F. R. S., Governor of Massachusetts Bay, Author of ...

Charles Assheton Whately Pownall - 1908 - 488 páginas
...lessening . . . the authority of all Acts of Parliament which concern the colonies and extend to them are ever acknowledged in all the courts of law and made...inhabitant within the bounds of the Government, that ever questioned this authority. The authority was questioned pretty severely within sixteen years from the...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England, Volumen1

William Blackstone - 1915
...parliament in the following words: "The authority of all acts of parliament, which concern the colonies and extend to them, is ever acknowledged in all the...inhabitant within the bounds of the government, that ever questioned this authority." And in another address in 1761, they declared that "every act Hanover,...
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History of the united states from the discovery of the american continent

George Bancroft - 1852
...or thought of lessening." " The authority of all acts of parliament, which extend to the colonies, is ever acknowledged in all the courts of law, and...inhabitant within the bounds of the government, that ever questioned this authority." And the principles of independence imputed to them by Loudoun they utterly...
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The History of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, from the Year ..., Volumen3

Thomas Hutchinson - 1828 - 551 páginas
...of parliament which concern the colonies, and extend to them, is ever acknowledged in all the uuuits of law, and made the rule of all judicial proceedings...inhabitant within the bounds of the government, that ever questioned this authority. To prevent any ill consequences which may arise from an opinion of our holding...
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