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Transcript of Mary Dixon
And what has he been after that they groan and shake their fists?
And wherefore is he wearing such a conscience-stricken air?
Oh they're taking him to prison for the colour of his hair." Primary Source Document Works Cited 1840, tools, clothing. The numbers grew, and grew.. "Inventor of the Week: Archive." MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology. N.p., n.d. Web. 15 Nov. 2012. <http://web.mit.edu/invent/iow/kies.html>.
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This statement by Mrs. Kies is trying to describe what the jailing system was like in America around the 17th century. The first line is wondering who the criminal or honest boy that is in handcuffs is. The next line is stating that when the prisoner tells the truth but their story isn't believed they start to get angry and get mad. After that line, the next one describes that the evil person thinks that what they said, their conscience, may have been wrong or stated incorrectly. The last sentence describes how racist and the segregation that was happening in that time period for you could go to jail for the color of your skin, hair or religion. Primary Source Document Part II. Shewing the novelty of the pretended traditions of the Church of Rome; as being, I. Not mentioned by the ancients of their discourses of traditions apostolical, truly so called, or so esteemed by them. Nor, II. In their avowed rule, or symbol of faith. Nor, III. In the instructions given to the clergy, concerning all those things they were to teach the people. Nor, IV. In the examination of a bishop at his ordination. Nor, V. In the ancient treatises designed to instruct Christians in all the articles of their faith. VI. From the confessions of Romish doctors. With an answer to the arguments of Mr. Mumford for traditions. And a demonstration, that the heathens made the same plea from tradition as the Romanists do; and that the answer of the fathers to it doth fully justifie the Protestants.. This statement by Daniel Whitby, describes the traditions of the Church of Rome and how Mary Kies took her patent and even though it wasn't in the ancient traditions for a women to receive a patent she tried and got one.