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" Indeed, it was his only source of consolation that he might be able to afford assistance to his defenceless neighbors ; and as they soon came to the house of Deacon Daniel Rix, he there found opportunity to lend the hand of pity. General Stevens took... "
GATHERED SKETCHES - Page 192
by TRACY KENNEY - 1856
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Indian narratives: containing a correct and interesting history of the ...

Henry Trumbull, Mrs. Johnson (Susannah Willard), Zadock Steele, Tracy and brothers, Claremont, N.H., pub - Indian captivities - 1854 - 276 pages
...mills to which he referred, owned by a Mr. Morgan, were situated on the first branch, near its mouth. swift pursuit down the river, and that, unless he...again to return, hoping he should be able to reach home in time to secure his household from danger before the Indians arrived. Leaving Mrs. Rix and children...
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Indian Battles, Captivities, and Adventures: From the Earliest Period to the ...

John Frost - Indian captivities - 1856 - 408 pages
...took Mrs. Rix and two or three children with him upon his horse ; Captain Parkhurst took Mrs. Beriton and several children upon his horse with him ; and...again to return, hoping he should be able to reach home in time to secure his household from danger before the Indians arrived. Leaving Mrs. Rix and children...
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GATHERED SKETCHED FROM THE EARLY HISTORY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE AND VERMONT

francis chase - 1856
...Deacon Daniel Eix, he there found opportunity to lend the hand of pity. General Stevens took Mrs. Eix and two or three children with him upon his horse...rode off as fast as possible, accompanied by Deacon Eix and several others on foot, till they arrived at the place where the general first received the...
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Indian Battles, Captivities, and Adventures, from the Earliest Period to the ...

John Frost - Indian captivities - 1857 - 408 pages
...What pains did he feel when he found himself deprived of all possible means to afford them relief I Nor could he expect a more favorable event than to...again to return, hoping he should be able to reach home in time to secure his household from danger before the Indians arrived. Leaving Mrs. Rix and children...
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Indian Battles, Captivities, and Adventures: From the Earliest Period to the ...

John Frost - Indian captivities - 1860 - 408 pages
...imagination of the reader what -were the feelings of General Stevens when compelled for his own safety t<? leave the wife of his bosom, and their little ones...where the general first received the alarm. Filled wjth anxiety for his family, and not having seen any Indians, General Stevens here concluded again...
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The Indian Captive; Or, A Narrative of the Captivity and Sufferings of ...

Zadock Steele - Indian captivities - 1908 - 166 pages
...the hand of pity. Gen. Stevens took Mrs. Rix and two or three children with him upon his horse; Capt. Parkhurst took Mrs. Benton, and several children upon...anxiety for his family, and not having seen any Indians, Gen. Stevens here concluded again to return, hoping he should be able to reach home in time to secure...
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History of Royalton, Vermont: With Family Genealogies, 1769-1911, Volume 1

Mary Evelyn Wood Lovejoy - Royalton (Vt.) - 1911 - 1146 pages
...the hand of pity. Gen. Stevens took Mrs. Rix and two or three children with him upon his horse; Capt. Parkhurst took Mrs. Benton, and several children upon...anxiety for his family, and not having seen any Indians, Gen. Stevens, here concluded again to return, hoping he should be able to reach home in time to secure...
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Descendants of William Shurtleff of Plymouth and Marshfield ..., Volume 2

Benjamin Shurtleff, Nathaniel Bradstreet Shurtleff - 1912
...the hand of pity. Gen. Stevens took Mrs. Eix and two or three children with him upon his horse; Capt. Parkhurst took Mrs. Benton, and several children upon...anxiety for his family, and not having seen any Indians, Gen. Stevene, here concluded again to return, hoping he should be able to reach home in time to secure...
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Descendants of William Shurtleff: Taken from the Original Edition Published ...

Benjamin Shurtleff, Roy L. Shurtleff - United States - 1976 - 1205 pages
...the hand of pity. Gen. Stevens took Mrs. Rix and two or three children with him upon his horse; Capt. Parkhurst took Mrs. Benton, and several children upon his horse with him, and they rode off as fast as possible, accompanied by Deacon Rix and several others on foot, till they arrived...
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