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" But by reason that Capt. Gilbert received letters that his brother was newly dead, and a faire portion of land fallen unto his share, which required his repaier home, and noe mynes discovered, nor hope thereof, being the mayne intended benefit expected... "
Sir William Alexander and American Colonization: Including Three Royal ... - Page 33
edited by - 1873 - 283 pages
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The Historie of Travaile Into Virginia Britinia

William Strachey - Indians of North America - 1849 - 203 pages
...fallen unto his share, which required his repaier home, and noe mynes discovered, nor hope thereof, being the mayne intended benefit expected to uphold the charge of this plantacion, and the feare that all other wynters would prove like the first, the company by no means...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1852
...fallen unto his share, which required his repaier home, and noe mynes discovered, nor hope thereof, being the mayne intended benefit expected to uphold the charge of this plantacion, and the feare that all other wynters would prove like the first, the company by no means...
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Collections of the Maine Historical Society, Volume 3

Local history - 1853
...fallen unto his share, which required his repaier home, and noe mynes discovered, nor hope thereof, being the mayne intended benefit expected to uphold the charge of this plantacion, and the feare that all other wynters would prove like the first, the company by no means...
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Collections of the Maine Historical Society, Volume 3

Local history - 1853
...fallen unto his share, which required his repaier home, and noe mynes discovered, nor hope thereof, being the mayne intended benefit expected to uphold the charge of this plantacion, and the feare that all other wynters would prove like the first, the company by no means...
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Publications, Volume 8

Prince Society - United States - 1873
...Patterfon was 11. line by the Sauages of Nanhoc, a river of the Tarentines." Purchas, Ed. 1614, p. 756. and the intelligence had juft reached them that their...pynnace, the Virginia," which they had themfelves conftrucl:ed.38 " And this," fays Strachey, " was the end of that northerne colony uppon the river...
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A History of the Eastern Diocese: In Three Volumes, Volume 1

Calvin Redington Batchelder - 1876
...fallen unto his share, which requird, his repaier home, and noe mynes discovered, nor hope thereof, being the mayne intended benefit expected to uphold the charge of this plantaciou, and the feare that all other wynters would prove like the first, tho company by no means...
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The Sagadahoc Colony: comprising the relation of a voyage into New England ...

Henry Otis Thayer - Phippsburg (Me.) - 1892 - 276 pages
...fallen unto his share, which required his repaier home, and noe mynes discovered, nor hope thereof, being the mayne intended benefit expected to uphold the charge of this plantacion, and the feare that all other wynters would prove like the first, the company by no means...
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Olde Pemaquid

Herbert Milton Sylvester - Maine - 1909 - 431 pages
...enterprise was a mining scheme. The land was fair enough, but "noe mines discovered no hope thereof, being the mayne intended benefit expected to uphold the charge of this plantacion, and the feare that all other wynters would prove like the first, the company by no means...
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Gorges and the Grant of the Province of Maine 1622: A Tercentenary Memoiral

Henry S. Burrage - 2000 - 178 pages
...fallen unto his share, which required his repaier home, and noe mynes discovered, nor hope thereof, being the mayne intended benefit expected to uphold the charge of this plantacion, and the feare that all other wynters would prove like the first, the company by no means...
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The Life and Achievements of Sir John Popham, 1531-1607: Leading to the ...

Douglas Walthew Rice - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 324 pages
...faire portion of land fallen unto his share, which required his repaier home, and no mynes discovered being the mayne intended benefit expected to uphold the charge of this plantation, and the feare that all other wynters would prove like the first, the company by no means...
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