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" a sincere servant of Christ, who had a fair yearly revenue in England, but having improved it for Christ by casting it into the common treasury, he waits on the Lord for doubling his talent, if it shall sem good unto him so to do, and the mean time... "
Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine - Page 1472
by Henry Sweetser Burrage, Albert Roscoe Stubbs - 1909
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1846
...the meane time here is to be remembred Mr. Thomas Flint a sincere servant of Christ, who had a faire yearly Revenue in England, but having improved it for Christ, by casting it in the common Treasury, as it appears in the former part of this History, he waites on the Lord for...
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the New England Historical and Genealogical Register for the year 1860 ...

William B. Trask,Wm. H.Whitmore,John Ward Dean,Editors - 1860
...makes the following honorable mention of the assistant : " Here is to be remembered M r Thomas Flint, a sincere servant of Christ, who had a fair yearly revenue in England, but having improved for Christ by casting it in the Common Treasury, as it appears in the former part of this history,...
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New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 16

New England - 1862
...eleven. He d. Oct. 8, 1653 Johneon (Hiit. Coll., lit, p. 101) calls him ' л sincere servant of Chri.-t, who had a fair yearly revenue in England, but having...mean time spending his person for the good of his peoplu in the office of magistrate.' ' At Christ's commands, thou leav'st thy lands, and native habitation...
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The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Volume 16

New England - 1862
Beginning in 1924, Proceedings are incorporated into the Apr. number.
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Colonial Concord

Alfred Sereno Hudson - Concord (Mass.) - 1904
...we infer was a very worthy one. Johnson calls him "a most sincere servant of Christ, who had a fair revenue in England, but having improved it for Christ...talent if it shall seem good unto him so to do, and in the meantime spending his person for the good of his people in the off1ce of magistate." In verse,...
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New England historical and genealogical register, Volume 16

New England Historic Genealogical Society - New England - 1906
...years, and was an assistant eleven. He d. Oct. S, 1653. Johnson (Hist. Coll., in, p. 161) calls him 'a sincere servant of Christ, who had a fair yearly revenue in England, bnt having improved it for Christ by casting it into the common treasury, he waits on the Lord for...
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Historic Homes and Institutions and Genealogical and Personal ..., Volume 3

Ellery Bicknell Crane - Worcester County (Mass.) - 1907
...Mr. Thomas Flint, as he was described in the records, was scarcely less prominent. Johnson calls him: "a sincere servant of Christ who had a fair yearly...talent, if it shall seem good unto him so to do and the meantime spending his person and the good of his people in the office of magistrate." ' At Chr1st's...
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Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs ..., Volume 4

William Richard Cutter - Middlesex County (Mass.) - 1908
...Flint, called by the title "Mr." in the early records, was hardly less prominent. Johnson calls him "a sincere servant of Christ, who had a fair yearly...talent, if it shall seem good unto him so to do and the meantime spending his person and the good of his people in the office of magistrate." And : "At Christ's...
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Original Narratives of Early American History, Volume 9; Volume 15

John Franklin Jameson - America - 1910 - 478 pages
...the meane time here is to be remembred Mr. Thomas Flint a sincere servant of Christ, who had a faire yearly Revenue in England, but having improved it for Christ, by casting it in the common Treasury,2 as it appeares in the former part of this History, he waites on the Lord for...
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