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" When this man first came a shore, he saluted them with that reverence and humilitie as is seldome to be seen, and indeed made them ashamed, he so bowed and cringed unto them, and would have kissed their hands if they would have suffered him: yea, he wept... "
Governor William Bradford: And His Son, Major William Bradford - Page 49
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
...The aforesaid John Lyford, when he came first on shore, saluted them of the plantation of Plimouth with that reverence and humility, as is seldom to...admiring the things they had done in their wants, as if he had been made all of love, and the humblest person in the world ; but in the end proved more...
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New-England's Memorial

Nathaniel Morton - Massachusetts - 1826 - 481 pages
...for whose going," bays he, "Mr. Wmslow and I pave wav to u-iit to some at London." l*rince 140, Ijr. if they would have suffered him; yea, he wept and...admiring the things they had done in their wants, as if he had been made all of love, and the humblest person in the world; but in the end proved more...
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Questions and Supplement to Goodrich's History of the United States

Joseph Emerson - United States - 1846 - 192 pages
...apparent reverence and humility. -' And indeed," says Morton, " he made them ashamed, he so bowed nn I cringed unto them, and would have kissed their hands,...admiring the things they had done in their wants, as if he had been made all of love, and the humblest person in the world." They received him with the...
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Questions and supplement to Goodrich's history of the United States

Joseph Emerson, Charles Augustus Goodrich - Biography & Autobiography - 1850
...they would have suffered him. Yea, he wept, and shed many tears, blessing God, that had brought hun to see their faces, and admiring the things they had done in their wants, as if he had been made all of love, and iho humblest person in the world." They received him with the...
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History of Plymouth Plantation

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1856 - 476 pages
...unto them, and would have kissed their hands if they would have [118] suffered him;* yea, he wept & shed many tears, blessing God that had brought him to see their faces ; and admiring y" things they had done in their wants, &c. as if he had been made all of love, and y* humblest person...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1856
...unto them, and would have kissed their hands if they would have [118] suffered him;* yea, he wept & shed many tears, blessing God that had brought him" to see their faces ; and admiring ye things they had done in their wants, &c. as if he had been made all of love, and ye humblest person...
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THE GENESIS OF THE NEW ENGLAND CHURCHES

LEONARD BACON - 1874
...Plymouth, he made extraordinary professions of "reverence and humility" toward the chief men of the church. "He wept and shed many tears, blessing God that had...admiring the things they had done in their wants, as if he had been made all of love, and were the humblest person in the world." In their simplicity...
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The Genesis of the New England Churches

Leonard Bacon - Massachusetts - 1874 - 485 pages
...he made extraordinary professions of " reverence and humility " toward the chief men of the church. "He wept and shed many tears, blessing God that had...admiring the things they had done in their wants, as if he had been made all of love, and were the humblest person in the world." In their simplicity...
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The Genesis of the New England Churches

Leonard Bacon - Massachusetts - 1874 - 485 pages
...'he made extraordinary professions of " reverence and humility " toward the chief men of the church. "He wept and shed many tears, blessing God that had...admiring the things they had done in their wants, as if he had been made all of love, and were the humblest person in the world." In their simplicity...
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A History of American Literature, Volume 1

Moses Coit Tyler - American literature - 1878
...fawning swindler remind one of the more elaborate work of a mighty painter of human character in our own time, having particularly an amusing resemblance to...been made all of love, and the humblest person in the world."1 In the early and doubtful days of the Plymouth colony, the true men were troubled by the querulous...
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