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To His Excellency William Shirley, Esq., Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over His Majesty's Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England. To the Honorable His Majesty's Council and House of Representatives in General Court Assembled

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Province of the Massachusetts Bay                       

To His Excellency William Shirley, Esq., Captain General and Governour in Chief of Said Province, to the Honourable His Majesty's Council and House of Representatives in General Court Assembled, September 16, 1741

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Province of the Massachusetts Bay                       

To His Excellency William Shirley, Esq., Captain General and Governour in Chief of Said Province, to the Honourable His Majesty's Council and House of Representatives in General Court Assembled, September 16, 1741

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Province of the    Massachusetts Bay                       

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To His Excellency Jonathan Belcher, Esq., Captain General and Governor in Chief, The Honorable His Majesty's Council and House of Representatives in General Court Assembled at Boston, March 25, 1741

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To His Excellency Jonathan Belcher, Esq., Captain General and Governor in Chief in and over His Majesty's Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England. To the Honorable His Majesty's  Council and House of Representatives in General Court Assembled

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To His Excellency Jonathan Belcher Captain General and Governour in Chief, to the Honourable His Majesty's Council and House of Representatives of General Court Assembled This Fifth of December in the Twelfth Year of the King's Reign

Humbly sheweth Thomas Pegan of Natick that his son John Pegan is much in debt on account of sickness.  He has had in his family and to purchase clothes to shield him from the injuries of the

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The Committee appointed to consider the petition of the Indian (Proprietors of Oyster Island), [have met] and considered the same are of opinion that the heirs of Daniel Parker, Esq., who have said island in possession be served with a copy of said petition to show cause, if any, they have on the first Tuesday of the next May Session of this Court why the prayer thereof may not be granted, and that the petition be referred till that time which is humbly submitted in the name and per order of the Committee.  Melatiah Bourne.  In Council.

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To the Honourable William Dummer, Esq., Lieutenant Governour and Commander in Chief in and over His Majesty's Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, to the Honourable His Majesty's Council and House of Representatives in General Court Now Met and Assembled

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2.  To His Excellency Joseph Dudley, Esq., the Governour in Chief in and over Her Majesty's Province of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, etc.   And to her Majesty's Honorable Council for the Province.  And to the Honourable House of Representatives convened in a Great or General Assembly

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To his Excellency Joseph Dudley, Esq., Captain General and the Honorable the Council of the Massachusetts Bay

The humble petition of Simon Sinkawah, Indian belonging to Natick, sheweth that Your Excellency and Honors' petitioner was much frozen in the service of Her Majesty last January and hath been ever since upon the Country charge.

Now, if your Excellency and Honors please to supply me with a small sum of money at your discretion, I will immediately go home among my friends.

And your petitioner shall ever pray for your happiness,

Simon Sinkawah

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To his Excellency Joseph Dudley, Esq., Captain General and the Honorable the Council of the Massachusetts Bay

The humble petition of Simon Sinkawah, Indian belonging to Natick, sheweth that Your Excellency and Honors' petitioner was much frozen in the service of Her Majesty last January and hath been ever since upon the Country charge.

Now, if your Excellency and Honors please to supply me with a small sum of money at your discretion, I will immediately go home among my friends.

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