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by Pennsylvania Society of Colonial Governors - 1916
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Rev. William Richards, LL.D.: Who ...

John Evans - 1819 - 396 pages
...; and surely between those my friends of the Bay and Plymouth, I was sorely tossed up and down for FOURTEEN WEEKS, in a bitter winter season, not knowing what bread or bed did mean; beside the yearly loss of no small matter in trading with English and natives, being debarred from...
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Christian Examiner, Volume 11; Volume 16

Theology - 1834
...unto these parts, wherein I may say that I have seen the face of God." ' I was sorely tossed for one fourteen weeks in a bitter winter season, not knowing what bread or bed did mean." And in another letter, s-till referring to the same generous friend, " It pleased the Most Hish to direct...
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Memoir of Roger Williams: The Founder of the State of Rhode-Island

James Davis Knowles - History - 1834 - 437 pages
...sufferings were great. In a letter written thirty-five years afterwards, he said : " I was sorely tossed for one fourteen weeks, in a bitter winter season, not knowing what bread or bed did mean ;" and he added, that he still felt the effects of his exposure to the severity of the weather.t He appears...
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Memoir of Roger Williams: The Founder of the State of Rhode-Island

James Davis Knowles - Puritans - 1834 - 437 pages
...their bodies ; and surely, between those, my friends of the Bay and Plymouth, I was sorely tossed, for one fourteen weeks, in a bitter winter season, not knowing what bread or bed did mean, beside the yearly loss of no small matter in my trading with English and natives, being debarred from...
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Biographical sketches of the fathers of New England: intended to acquaint ...

Mary Clark - Massachusetts - 1836 - 180 pages
...sufferings were great. In a letter written thirty-five years afterwards, he said, " I was sorely tossed for one fourteen weeks, in a bitter winter season, not knowing what bread or bed did mean ;" and he added that he still felt the effects of his exposure to the severity of the weather. While residing...
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A Discourse Delivered at Providence, August 5, 1836: In Commemoration of the ...

John Pitman - Rhode Island - 1836 - 72 pages
...though in winter snow which he felt yet," (thirty-five years afterwards,) and " was sorely tossed for fourteen weeks, in a bitter winter season, not knowing what bread or bed did mean." We find him, in the following spring, at Seekonk, on the eastern bank of the Pawtucket river, on land...
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Annual Report, Issues 1-18

American and Foreign Bible Society - Bible - 1838
...the dreary wilderness. In a letter written many years afterwards, he says, " I was sorely tossed for fourteen weeks, in a bitter winter season, not knowing what bread or bed did mean"; and daring the remainder of his life he appears to have suffered from the effects of this cruel exposure....
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The spirit of Roger Williams: with a portrait of one of his descendants

Lorenzo Dow Johnson - 1839 - 94 pages
...their bodies ; and surely, between those, my friends of the Bay and Plymouth, I was sorely tossed, for one fourteen weeks, in a bitter winter season, not knowing what bread or bed did mean, beside the yearly loss of no small matter in my trading with English and natives, being debarred from...
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The Christian Review, Volume 4

Baptists - 1839
...through an untrodden wilderness, and, in his o\vn significant and graphic words, "was sorely tossed, for one fourteen weeks, in a bitter winter season, not knowing what bread or bed did mean," he laid the foundations of a state, holding forth the lively example of entire liberty of conscience...
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The early history of New England: illustrated by numerous interesting incidents

Henry White - History - 1841 - 428 pages
...Narragansett Bay, says, in a letter written thirtyfive years afterwards, " I was sorely tossed for fourteen weeks, in a bitter winter season, not knowing what bread or bed did mean." " Gov. Winthrop and some of his associates went over in February, 1633, to inspect Castle Island, in...
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