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" Wasse ; there we lay a foundation for after ages to understand their liberty as men and Christians, that they may not be brought in bondage, but by their own consent ; for we put the power in the people... "
A History of Quaker Government in Pennsylvania - 第 55 頁
Isaac Sharpless 著 - 1898
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A Christian's Appreciation of Their Faiths: A Study of the Best in the World ...

Gilbert Reid - 1921 - 305 頁
...colonies, including the Catholic Colony of Lord Baltimore. These are the words of William Penn: "Thus we lay a foundation for after ages to understand their...as men and Christians, that they may not be brought into bondage but by their own consent. No person to be called in question or molested for his conscience...
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Collections of the New Jersey Historical Society, 第 6 卷

New Jersey Historical Society - 1866
...relentless severity." But in New Jersey, as was said by Penn and his colleagues, a foundation was laid " for after ages to understand their " liberty as men...they may not "be brought in bondage but by their own con" sent; for we put the power in the people.' ' And how significant that clause in the early laws...
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Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, 第 7 卷﹔第 40 卷

New Jersey Historical Society - 1922
...prominent of whom were also Proprietors of East Jersey; of which Government William Penn wrote: "There we lay a foundation for after ages to understand their...own consent, for we put the power in the people." Such a decided change in policy, emanating apparently from the same source, prompts an inquiry into...
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The American Colonies: From Settlement to Independence

Richard C. Simmons - 1981 - 438 頁
...form of law and government in the new settlement, the preamble to the Concessions stated, provided a "foundation for after ages to understand their liberty...brought in bondage, but by their own consent; for we put power in the people, that is to say, they meet, and choose one honest man for each proprietary who...
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The Great Rights of Mankind: A History of the American Bill of Rights

Bernard Schwartz - 1992 - 303 頁
...Agreed Upon." The basic goal of the concessions was stated by the proprietors in a 1676 letter: "There we lay a foundation for after ages to understand their...own consent; for we put the power in the people." M They meant Chapters XIII-XXIII to serve as "the common law or fundamental rights and privileges ....
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Friends Intelligencer: A Religious and Family Journal, 第 48 卷

1891
...civil and religious liberty in America. It was adopted and signed March. 3d, 1676. The author said : " We lay a foundation for after ages to understand their...own consent. For we put the power in the people." l This constitution, as I understand, was for the province of West Jersey. Signed in 1676 : — it...
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Collections, 第 5-6 卷

New Jersey Historical Society - 1866
...relentless severity." But in New Jersey, as was said by Penn and his colleagues, a foundation was laid " for after ages to understand their " liberty as men...they may not "be brought in bondage but by their own con" sent ; for we put the power in the people." And how significant that clause in the early laws...
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The Bill of Rights and the States: The Colonial and Revolutionary Origins of ...

U.S. Constitution Council of the Thirteen Original States - 1992 - 542 頁
...personal liberty. By this charter, declared the proprietors to the early Quaker settlers of West Jersey, "we lay a foundation for after ages to understand their liberty as men and christians, that they might not be in bondage, but by their own consent." The primary author of the Concessions and Agreements...
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American Quarterly Review, 第 12 卷﹔第 17 卷

Robert Walsh - 1832
...after ages to understand their liberty as men and as Christians; that they may not be brought into bondage but by their own consent, for we put the power in the people." These were remarkable words for a period which saw Charles II. upon the English throne, and the Duke...
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Friends General Conference (U.S.). General Conference - 1902
...and slavery." This as Fiske rightly says, is "democracy in quite modern shape." Further Penn wrote "We lay a foundation for after ages to understand their liberty as Christians and as men, that they may not be brought into bondage but by their own consent, for we put...
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