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" But after these things they could not long continue in any peaceable condition, but were hunted and persecuted on every side, so as their former afflictions were but as flea-bittings in comparison of these which now came upon them. For some were taken... "
Governor William Bradford: And His Son, Major William Bradford - Page 23
by James Shepard - 1900 - 103 pages
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New-England's Memorial

Nathaniel Morton, William Bradford, Thomas Prince, Edward Winslow - Massachusetts - 1669 - 515 pages
...comparison to these which now came upon them. For some were taken and clapped up in prisons, others had their houses beset and watched night and day,...habitations, and the means of their livelihood. Yet these, and many other sharper things which afterward beĽ Rev. Joseph Hunter, FSA, a distinguished antiquarian,...
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CHRONICLES OF THE PILIGRIM FATHERS OF THE COLONY OF PLYMOUTH

ALEXANDER YOUNG - 1841
...comparison to these which now came upon them. For some were taken and clapped up in prisons, others had their houses beset and watched night and day,...habitations, and the means of their livelihood. Yet these, and many other sharper things which afterward befell them, were no other than they looked for, and...
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Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers of the Colony of Plymouth: From 1602-1625

Massachusetts - 1841 - 504 pages
...comparison to these which now came upon them. For some were taken and clapped up in prisons, others had their houses beset and watched night and day,...habitations, and the means of their livelihood. Yet these, and many other sharper things which afterward befell them, were no other than they looked for, and...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 11

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - United States - 1858
...slavetrade. In the words of Governor Bradford, " Some were taken and clapped up in prisons, others had their houses beset and watched night and day, and hardly escaped ; and the most were fain to fly and leave their houses and habitations and the means of their livelihood."...
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The New Englander, Volume 11

Social sciences - 1853
...slavetrade. In the words of Governor Bradford, " Some were taken and clapped up in prisons, others had their houses beset and watched night and day, and hardly escaped ; and the most were fain to fly and leave their houses and habitations and the means of their livelihood."...
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Guide to Plymouth: And Recollections of the Pilgrims

William Shaw Russell - Massachusetts - 1846 - 382 pages
...comparison to those which now come upon them. For some were taken and clapped up in prisons, others had their houses beset and watched night and day,...habitations, and the means of their livelihood. Yet these, and many other sharper things which afterwards befel them, were no other than they looked for, and...
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The Pilgrim Fathers: Or, The Founders of New England in the Reign of James ...

William Henry Bartlett - Pilgrims (New Plymouth Colony) - 1853 - 240 pages
...comparison to those which now came upon them. For some were taken and clapped up in prisons, others had their houses beset and watched night and day,...and habitations and the means of their livelihood." The little band, after long holding together amidst this harassing persecution, were at length driven...
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A Historical and Biographical Genealogy of the Cushmans: The Descendants of ...

Henry Wyles Cushman - 1855 - 666 pages
...clapped up in prisons, others had their houses watched night and day, and hardly escaped their hands j and the most were fain to fly and leave their houses...and habitations and the means of their livelihood.'' Bradford in Young. * Neale's History of the Puritans. views and worship. They were men such as have...
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History of New England, Volume 1

John Gorham Palfrey - New England - 1858
...Dissuasive from the Errors of the Time, 8.) ' 3 " Some were taken and clapped up in prison, others had their houses beset and watched night and day,...and habitations, and the means of their livelihood Seeing themselves thus molested, and that there was no hope of their continuance there, by a joint...
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History of New England, Volume 1

John Gorham Palfrey - New England - 1859
...(Baylie, Dissuasive from the Errors of the Time, 8.) 3 " Some were taken and clapped up in prison, others had their houses beset and watched night and day,...and habitations, and the means of their livelihood Seeing themselves thus molested, and that there was no hope of their continuance there, by a joint...
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