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" It pleased the Father of spirits to touch many hearts, dear to him, with some relentings; amongst which, that great and pious soul, Mr. Winslow, melted, and kindly visited me, at Providence, and put a piece of gold into the hands of my wife, for our supply. "
Memoir of Roger Williams: the founder of the state of Rhode-Island - Page 118
by James Davis Knowles - 1834 - 437 pages
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1804
...disposed, and made the like exertions, the ungrateful soil would never have yielded so rich a harvest. From kindly visited me at Providence, and put a piece of gold into the hands of my wife, for a supply. In this letter he also sends a challenge to the sages of the several colonies, and offers...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Rev. William Richards, LL.D.: Who ...

John Evans - 1819 - 396 pages
...many hearts, dear to him with some relentings, among which that great and pious soul, Mr. JVinslow, melted and kindly visited me at PROVIDENCE, -and put a piece of gold into the hand of my wife, for our supply. " 4. When, the year after my banishment, the Lord drew the bow of...
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New-England's Memorial

Nathaniel Morton - Massachusetts - 1826 - 481 pages
...Spirits," says Mr. Williams, in lu's letter to Major Mason, "to touch many hearts dear to Kirn, with some relentings; amongst which, that great and pious soul,...visited me at Providence, and put a piece of gold irito the hands of my wife for our supply." It is a loss to mankind, stivs Dr. Johnson, when any good...
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History of the Town of Plymouth: From Its First Settlement in 1620, to the ...

James Thacher - Massachusetts - 1832 - 382 pages
...mercies,' said Mr. Williams, ' to touch many hearts with relentings, among whom that great and precious soul, Mr. Winslow, melted, and kindly visited me at...gold into the hands of my wife, for our supply.' 'In New England,' says Dr. Holmes, (Annals,) 'his name will never be forgotten. His portrait is an excellent...
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The American Baptist Magazine, Volume 14

Baptists - 1834
...little property, he was obliged to exert himself for their support. In this state of poverty, he says, " It pleased the Father of Spirits to touch many hearts...gold into the hands of my wife, for our supply." In his reply to Mr. Cotton, also, he says, " It is not unknown to many witnesses in Plymouth, Salem, and...
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A History of hte United States, from the Discovery of America to the ...

George Bancroft - 1834
...request and for their benefit. It is not strange, then, if " many hearts were touched with relentings. That great and pious soul, Mr. Winslow, melted, and kindly visited me," says the exile, " and put a piece of gold into the hands of my wife, for our supply;"2 the founder,...
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A history of the United States

George Bancroft - 1834
...request and for their benefit. It is not strange, then, if " many hearts were touched with relentings. That great and pious soul, Mr. Winslow, melted, and kindly visited me," says the exile, " and put a piece of gold into the hands of my wife, for our supply;" 2 the founder,...
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History of the Town of Plymouth, from Its First Settlement in 1620, to the ...

James Thacher - Indians of North America - 1835 - 401 pages
...touch many hearts with relentings, among whom that great and pious soul, Mr. Winslow, melted, and he kindly visited me at Providence and put a piece of...gold into the hands of my wife for our supply." " In New England," says Dr. Holtnes's American Annals," his name will never be forgotten. His portrait is...
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Biographical sketches of the fathers of New England: intended to acquaint ...

Mary Clark - Massachusetts - 1836 - 180 pages
...hearts dear to him with many relentings ; amongst which, that great and pious soul, Mr. Winslow, melted, and put a piece of gold into the hands of my wife for our supply." He was obliged at this and many other times, to resort to manual labor for subsistence. In his reply...
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The spirit of Roger Williams: with a portrait of one of his descendants

Lorenzo Dow Johnson - 1839 - 94 pages
...pleased the Father of spirits to touch many hearts, dear to him, with some * Commonly called Massassoit. relentings ; amongst which, that great and pious soul,...of gold into the hands of my wife, for our supply. "Fourth. When, the next year after my banishment, the Lord drew the bow of the Pequod war against the...
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