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" with the most submissive patience he bore the novel and trying hardships to which his old age was subjected, lived abstemiously, and, after having been in his youth the companion of ministers of state, the representative of his sovereign, familiar with... "
Ballou's Monthly Magazine - Page 420
1871
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An Historical Memoir of the Colony of New Plymouth, Volume 2

Francis Baylies - Massachusetts - 1830
...assist in the political councils, and in the conferences of the church, and to share the common dangers. With the most submissive patience he bore the novel...fortune sufficient not only for the comforts but the elegancies of life, this humble puritan labored steadily with his own hands in the fields for daily...
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History of the Town of Plymouth: From Its First Settlement in 1620, to the ...

James Thacher - Massachusetts - 1832 - 382 pages
...by the Hon. Francis Baylies ; from this last production I extract the following elegant paragraph. 'With the most submissive patience he bore the novel...familiar with the magnificence of courts, and the pos. sessor of a fortune sufficient not only for the comforts but the elegancies of life, this humble...
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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
...by the Hon. Francis Baylies; from this last production I extract the following elegant paragraph. ' With the most submissive patience he bore the novel...fortune sufficient not only for the comforts but the elegancies of life, this humble puritan labored steadily with his own hands in the fields for daily...
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The early history of New England: illustrated by numerous interesting incidents

Henry White - History - 1841 - 428 pages
...the colony expressed a desire to return to their native country. It is said of Elder Brewster, that " with the most submissive patience he bore the novel...puritan labored steadily with his own hands in the fields for daily subsistence. Destitute of meat, of fish, and of bread, over his simple meal of clams...
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The Early History of New England: Illustrated by Numerous Interesting Incidents

Henry White - Indian captivities - 1842 - 420 pages
...country. It is said of Elder Brewster, that " with the most submissive patience he bore the novel arid trying hardships to which his old age was subjected,...puritan labored steadily with his own hands in the fields for daily subsistence. Destitute of meat, of fish, and of bread, o.ver his simple meal of clams...
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The Early HIstory of New England

Rev. Henry White - 1843
...the colony expressed a desire to return to their native country. It is said of Elder Brewster, that " with the most submissive patience he bore the novel...with the magnificence of courts, and the possessor f)fa fortune sufficient not only for the comforts but the elegances of life, this humble puritan labored...
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The Early History of New England illustrated by Numerous Interesting Incidents

Rev. Henry White - 1845
...return to their native country. It is said of Elder Brewster, that " with the most sub- • missive patience he bore the novel and trying hardships to...puritan labored steadily with his own hands in the fields for daily subsistence. Destitute of meat, of fish, and of bread, over his simple meal of clams...
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History of the Town of Duxbury, Massachusetts

Justin Winsor - Duxbury (Mass.) - 1849 - 360 pages
...; sailed with the minority in 1620. and, arriving at Plymouth, " with the most submissive patience bore the novel and trying hardships to which his old...fortune, sufficient not only for the comforts but for the elegancies of life, this humble puritan labored steadily with his own hands in the field for...
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Indian battles: with incidents in the early history of New England

Henry White - History - 1859 - 428 pages
...the colony expressed a desire to return to their native country. It is said of Elder Brewster, that " with the most submissive patience he bore the novel...puritan labored steadily with his own hands in the fields for daily subsistence. Destitute of meat, of fish, and of bread, over his simple meal of clams...
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The Illustrated Pilgrim Memorial

Willard M. Harding - 1866
...th« novel and trying hardships to whleh his old age was subjected, lived abstemiously, and, aftnr having been in his youth the companion of ministers...a fortune sufficient not only for the comforts but for tli« elegances of life, this humble pilgrim labored steadily with his own hands in the fluids...
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