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" The preservation of its owner was more remarkable. Elizabeth Heard, with her three sons and a daughter, and some others, were returning in the night from Portsmouth. They passed up the river in their boat unperceived by the Indians, who were then in possession... "
Indian Wars of New England: The land of the Abenake. The French occupation ... - Page 415
by Herbert Milton Sylvester - 1910
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The history of New Hampshire, Volume 1

Jeremy Belknap - New Hampshire - 1831 - 512 pages
...and the enemy being in haste, it was preserved. The preservation of its owner was more remarkable. Elizabeth Heard, with her three sons and a daughter,...of the houses ; but suspecting danger by the noise which they heard, after they had landed they betook themselves to Waldron's garrison, where they saw...
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The History and Antiquities of New England, New York, and New Jersey ...

Mormon Church - 1841 - 576 pages
...and the enemy being in haste, it was preserved. The preservation of its owner was more remarkable. Elizabeth Heard, with her three sons and a daughter,...of the houses ; but suspecting danger by the noise which they heard, after they had landed they betook themselves to Waldron's garrison, where they saw...
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The early history of New England: illustrated by numerous interesting incidents

Henry White - History - 1841 - 428 pages
...Portsmouth on that fatal night in which Major Waldron and his family fell into the hands of the Indians, " passed up the river in their boat unperceived by the...of the houses; but suspecting danger by the noise which they heard, after they 'had landed, they betook themselves to Waldron's garrison, where they...
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The Early HIstory of New England

Rev. Henry White - 1843
...Portsmouth on that fatal night in which Major Waldron and his family fell into the hands of the Indians, " passed up the river in their boat unperceived by the...of the houses ; but suspecting danger by the noise which they heard, after they had landed, they betook themselves to Waldron's garrison, where they saw...
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Thrilling Adventures Among the Indians: Comprising the Most Remarkable ...

John Frost - Indian captivities - 1849 - 448 pages
...and the enemy being in haste, it was preserved. The preservation of its owner was more remarkable. Elizabeth Heard, with her three sons and a daughter,...their boat, unperceived by the Indians, who were then hi possession of the houses ; but, suspecting danger by the noise which they heard, after they had...
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Pictorial History of America: From the Earliest Times to the Close ..., Volume 1

John Frost - United States - 1853
...and the enemy being in haste, it was preserved. The preservation of its owner was more remarkable. Elizabeth Heard, with her three sons and a daughter,...of the houses ; but suspecting danger by the noise which they heard, after they had landed they betook themselves to Waldron's garrison, where they saw...
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PICTORIAL HISTORY OF AMERICAM FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE CLOSE OF THE ...

JOHN FROST - 1854
...and the enemy being in haste, it was preserved. The preservation of its owner was more remarkable. Elizabeth Heard, with her three sons and a daughter,...of the houses ; but suspecting danger by the noise which they heard, after they had landed they betook themselves to Waldron's garrison, where they saw...
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The History and Anyiquities of New England,New York, New Jersey, and ...

John Warner Barber - 1856
...the enemy being in haste, it was preserved. The preservation of its owner was more remarkable. Elizabeth Heard, with her three sons and a daughter,...of the houses ; but suspecting danger by the noise which they heard, after they had landed they betook themselves to Waldron's garrison, where they saw...
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The history and antiquities of New England, New York, New Jersey, and ...

John Warner Barber - New England - 1856 - 624 pages
...and the enemy being in haste, it was preserved. The preservation of its owner was more remarkable. Elizabeth Heard, with her three sons and a daughter,...Portsmouth. They passed up the river in their boat unporceived by the Indians, who were then in possession of the houses ; but suspecting danger by the...
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the history of manchester, pormerly derryfield in new- hampshire; including ...

c. e. potter - 1856
...and the enemy being in haste, it was preserved. The preservation of its owner was more remarkable. Elizabeth Heard, with her three sons and a daughter,...from Portsmouth. They passed up the river in their boats unpercieved by the Indians, who were then in possession of the houses : but suspecting danger...
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