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" At this place, once a year, at the beginning of May, the English magistrate keeps his court, accompanied with Mr. Eliot, the minister ; who at this time takes his opportunity to preach, not only to the inhabitants, but to as many of the strange Indians,... "
History of Billerica, Massachusetts: With a Genealogical Register - Page 105
by Henry Allen Hazen - 1883 - 506 pages
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Memoirs of the Life and Character of Rev. John Eliot: Apostle of the N.A ...

Martin Moore - 1822 - 174 pages
...might salt or pickie, us sturgeon, and Bass ; which would he much to their profit. But notwithstanding1 divers arguments used to persuade them, and some orders...year, at the beginning of May, the English magistrate keeps his court, accompanied with Mr. Eliot, the minister ; who at this time takes his opportunity...
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Historical Collections: Being a General Collection of Interesting Facts ...

Massachusetts - 1839 - 624 pages
...fully, being but a short distance from it. And divers other sorts of fish they might salt or pickle, as sturgeon and bass ; which would be much to their profit....year, at the beginning of May, the English magistrate keeps his court, accompanied with Mr. Eliot, the minister ; who at this time takes his opportunity...
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Historical Collections: Being a General Collection of Interesting Facts ...

John Warner Barber - Massachusetts - 1840 - 624 pages
...distance from it. And divers other sorts of fish they might salt or pickle, as sturgeon and bass j which would be much to their profit. But notwithstanding...year, at the beginning of May, the English magistrate keeps his court, accompanied with Mr. Eliot, the minister ; who at this time takes his opportunity...
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The Semi-centennial Volume of the Eliot Church, Lowell, Mass: Containing a ...

John M. Greene - Massachusetts - 1881 - 351 pages
...region, now occupied by Lowell, 'was Wamesit. Writing of this village in 1674, General Gookin says: "At this place, once a year, at the beginning of May, the English magistrate [Gookin] keeps his court accompanied with Mr. Eliot, the minister; who at this time takes his opportunity...
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Contributions of the Old Residents' Historical Association, Lowell ..., Volume 3

Old Residents' Historical Association of Lowell - Lowell (Mass.) - 1884
...quantity of land belonging to it is about 2500 acres. The land is fertile and yieldeth plenty of corn. "At this place once a year,* at the beginning of May, the English magistrate keeps his court, accompanied with Mr. Eliot, the minister, who at this time takes the opportunity to...
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Tewksbury; a Short History

Edward W. Pride - Tewksbury (Mass.) - 1888 - 73 pages
...market fully, being at so small a distance. And divers other sorts of fish they might salt or pickle, as sturgeon and bass ; which would be much to their profit....year, at the beginning of May, the English magistrate keeps his court, accompanied with Mr. Eliot, the minister, who at this time takes his opportunity to...
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History of Chelmsford, Massachusetts

Wilson Waters - Chelmsford (Mass. : Town) - 1917 - 893 pages
...market fully, being at so small a distance. And divers other sort of fish they might salt or pickle, as sturgeon and bass; which would be much to their profit....year, at the beginning of May, the English magistrate keeps his court, accompanied with Mr. Eliot, the minister: who at this time takes his opportunity to...
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History of Dracut, Massachusetts: Called by the Indians Augumtoocooke and ...

Silas Roger Coburn - Dracut (Mass.) - 1922 - 433 pages
...the same time and place of Wannalancit's embracing the Christian faith which he relates as follows : "At this place once a year at the beginning of May the English magistrate keeps the court accompanied by Mr. Eliot the minister who at this time takes his opportunity to preach...
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