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" He was ordered by his king to speak to me; and that now it was not he, but the king that spoke, because what he should say, was the king's mind.' He first prayed me ' to excuse them that they had not complied with me the last time ; he feared there might... "
The history and antiquities of New England, New York, New Jersey, and ... - Page 537
by John Warner Barber - 1856 - 624 pages
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The Belfast Monthly Magazine, Volume 7

History - 1811
...to speak to me, and what he should say, was the king's mind. He first prayed me to excuse them 4hat they had not complied with me the last time ; he feared there might be some fault in the interpreter; besides it was the Indian custom to deliberate, taking time before they resolve : and if the young...
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A Complete History of the United States of America: Embracing the Whole ...

Frederick Butler - United States - 1821
...and that now it was not he, but the king that spoke, because what he should say was the king's mind." He first prayed me " to excuse them that they had...the young people, and owners of the land had been as ready as he, I had not met with so much delay." JIaving thus introduced his matter, he fell to the...
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Sketches of the History, Manners Et Customs of the North-american ..., Volume 2

James Buchanan - 1824
...me; and now it was not he, but the king that spoke, because what he should say, was the king's mind. He first prayed me to excuse them that they had not...if the young people and owners of the land had been as ready as he, I had not met with so much delay. Having thus introduced this matter, he felt to the...
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Sketches of the history, manners, and customs of the North American Indians

James Buchanan (British consul at New York.) - Indians of North America - 1824 - 371 pages
...me; and now it was not he, but the king that spoke, because what he should say, was the king's mind. He first prayed me to excuse them that they had not...much time in council before they resolve; and that it' the young people and owners of the lund had been as ready as. he, 1 had not met with so much delay,...
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Sketches of the history, manners, and customs of the North ..., Volume 1

James Buchanan (British consul at New York.), John Gottlieb Ernestus Heckewelder, Samuel Farmar Jarvis, Peter Stephen Du Ponceau - Indian mythology - 1824 - 156 pages
...me; and now it was not he, but the king that spoke, because what be should say, was the king's mind. He first prayed me to excuse them that they had not...Indian custom to deliberate, and take up much time in coupcil before they resolve; and that if the young people and owners of the land had been as ready...
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The select works of William Penn, Volume 3

William Penn - 1825
...that now it was not he, but the king that spoke, because what he should say, was the king's mind.' He first prayed me ' to excuse them that they had...if the young people and owners of the land had been as ready as he, I had not met with so much delay.' Having thus introduced his matter, he fell to the...
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Memoirs of the private and public life of William Penn: who settled the ...

Thomas Clarkson, William Penn - 1827
...and that now it was not he but the King who spoke, because what he should say was the King's mind. He first prayed me to excuse them, that they had not complied with me the last time. He feared there mightbe some fault in the interpreter, being neither Indian nor English. Besides, it was the Indian...
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Memoirs of the private and public life of William Penn: who settled the ...

Thomas Clarkson, William Penn - 1827
...prayed me to excuse them, that ihey had not complied with me the last time, lie feared there night be some fault in the interpreter, being neither Indian...nor English. Besides, it was the Indian custom to deuberate and Bfcke up much time in council before they resolved ; and that, if the young people and...
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The Register of Pennsylvania: devoted to the preservation of facts and ...

Samuel Hazard - History - 1829
...He. first pray'd me to excuse them, that they had not comply'd with me in a fcrmer meeting. He fcaiM there might be some fault in the Interpreter, being neither Indian nor English; i L.>i les it was the Indian cuttom to deliberate before { they resolve; and that if the young people...
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Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania, Volume 5

Pennsylvania - 1830
...them, that they had not coinply'd with me in a 178 PENNSYLVANIA— IN 1708. former meeting. He fear'd there might be some fault in the Interpreter, being neither Indian nor English; betiles it was the Indian custom to deliberate before they resolve; »nd that if the young people and...
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