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Página 151 - ... that it is bona fide his intention to become a citizen of the United States, and to renounce forever all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty, and particularly, by name, to the prince, potentate, state, or sovereignty, of which the alien may be at the time a citizen or subject.
Página 197 - Land seems evidently the best and securest establishment yt can be made for present and future Views. Several Tracts of Land have been lately sold for double ye price they were bought for a few years ago. And a valuable tract may now be purchased for eight hundred or a thousand pounds, yet in a few years will in all probability be held at two or three thousand. Nor is there any difficulty of our purchasing now, tho there may be perhaps afterwards.
Página 197 - And as things are at present a purchase of land seems evidently the best and securest establishment yt (that) can be made both for present and future views. Several Tracts of Land have been lately sold for double ye price they were bought for a few years ago. And a valuable tract may now be purchased for eight hundred or a thousand pounds, yet in a few years will in all probability be held at two or...
Página 200 - James was well proved, and ought to be established and the trusts thereof performed except as to the devise of the surplus of testator's real estate which was contrary to the Act of Mortmain, of 9 Geo. II...
Página 195 - November on Shipboard ; And presently after my arrival in Maryland was hindered from prosecuting my journey by one of ye most severe Winters that was ever known in these parts : I might have safely rid over all ye Rivers, had not ye Snow been so very deep as to render ye journey in a manner impracticable, 'till ye Month of March. Since my arrival, I've made it my business to inform my self of ye situation of affairs in these parts, as far as may be worthy your attention : and am sorry to find thing...
Página 191 - A May-day sun — a noon-day tide — And a warm west wind 'or the ladles fair! A hundred craft, at anchor ride, Their bright flags gemming the Delaware. "Ten thousand freemen crowd the quay. The housetops other thousands hold; All Philadelphia throngs to see The launch of Barry's frigate bold. "The gallant ship, United States, First of our navy's valiant fleet — A nation's fame on her future waits, A nation's hopes in her present meet.
Página 196 - I've made it my business to inform myself of ye situation of affairs in these parts, as far as may be worthy your attention : and am sorry to find things otherwise than represented in England ; I mean as to what regards a competent maintenance of one in my station : For an annuity of £20 only will not absolutely suffice. I was told this by our Gentlemen in Maryland, & find it so in effect. Most necessarys of Life are here as dear, & several dearer, than at London itself. The Gentleman, who proposed...
Página 353 - After having contributed in proportion to their numbers, equally at least with every other denomination, to the establishment of independence and run every risk in common with them, it is not only contradictory to the vowed principles of equality in religious rights, but a flagrant act of injustice to deprive them of those advantages to the acquirement of which they so much contributed.
Página 348 - The urgent necessity of an immediate repeal of the whole Penal Code against the Roman Catholics candidly considered, to which is added an inquiry into the prejudices entertained against them; being an appeal to the Roman Catholics of Ireland, exciting them to a just sense of their civil and religious rights, as citizens of a free nation.