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" I will do shortly, after my usual manner, and must do rudely, having yet no table, nor other room to write in, than by the fireside upon my knee, in this sharp winter ; to which my family must have leave to resort, though they break good manners, and... "
The Memorial History of Boston: Including Suffolk County, Massachusetts ... - Page 463
edited by - 1885
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American Colonial Tracts Monthly ...: Smith, J. New England's trials. 2d ed ...

United States - 1616
...since our arrivall here ; which I will doe shortly, after my usual manner, and must doe rudely, haveing yet no table, nor other room to write in, than by the fire side upon my knee, in this sharp winter; to which my family must have leave to resorte, though...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society ...

Massachusetts - 1846
...hath befallen us since our arrival here ; which I will do shortly, after my usual manner, and must do rudely, having yet no table, nor other room to write in, than by the fire-side upon my knee, in this sharp winter ; to which my family must have leave to resort, though they break...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volume 4

Samuel Cooper Thacher, David Phineas Adams, William Emerson - Literary Criticism - 1807
...hath* befallen us since our arrival here- ; which I will do shortly, efter my usual manner, and must do rudely, having yet no table, nor other room to write in, than by the fire-side upon my knee, in this sharp winter ; to which my family must have leave to resort, though they break...
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Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society, Volumes 3-4

New Hampshire Historical Society - 1832
...hath befallen us since our arrival here; which I will do shortly, after my usual manner, and must do rudely, having yet no table, nor other room to write in, than by the fire-side upon my knee, in this sharp winter ; to which my fam-. ily must have leave to resort, though they break...
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Orations and Speeches on Various Occasions, Volume 1

Edward Everett - Speeches, addresses, etc., American - 1836 - 637 pages
...Dudley's most interesting letter, to the Countess of Lincoln, of 12th March 1630, written, as he eays, ' rudely, having yet no table, nor other room to write in, than by the fire side, on my knee, in this sharp winter. * Historical Collections, First Series. Vol. VIII....
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Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin ..., Volume 2

United States - 1838
...since our arrivall here; which I will doe shortly, after my usual manner, and must doe rudely, haveing yet no table, nor other room to write in, than by the fire side upon my knee, in this sharp winter; to which my family must have leave to resorle, though...
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Discourses on Various Occasions

Alexander Young - 1845
...Countess of Lincoln, dated in March, 1631, nine months after his arrival here, and written, as he says, " rudely, having yet no table, nor other room to write in, than by the fireside, upon my knee, in this sharp winter," is the most interesting as well as authentic document in the early...
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The Christian Examiner and Religious Miscellany

Alvan Lamson, Ezra Stiles Gannett, George Putnam, George Edward Ellis - Theology - 1846
...Countess of Lincoln, dated in March, 1631, nine months after his arrival here, and written, as he says, " rudely, having yet no table, nor other room to write in, than by the fireside, upon my knee, in this sharp winter," is the most interesting as well as authentic document in the early...
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The North American Review, Volume 63

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1846
...hath befallen us since our arrival here ; which I will do shortly, after my usual manner, and must do rudely, having yet no table, nor other room to write in than by the fireside upon my knee, in this sharp winter." His whole letter accords with this purpose. Then comes the pious...
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Memoirs of American Governors

Jacob Bailey Moore - Governors - 1846 - 439 pages
...hath befallen us since our arrival here ; which I will do shortly, after my usual manner, and must do rudely, having yet no table, nor other room to write in, than by the fireside upon my knee, in this sharp winter ; to which my family must have leave to resort, though they break...
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