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The present state of New-England with respect to the Indian vvar: Wherein is ... - Page 21
by N. S., Samuel Gardner Drake - 1833 - 69 pages
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Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society, Volume 2

Local history - 1827
...fetch water for our help in further need, (that which we had being spent in putting out the fire,) was shot by the enemy in the upper jaw and in the...at the first that he cried out with a great noise, byreason whereof the Indians hearing him' rejoyced and triumphed at it ; but his wound was healed in...
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The Old Indian Chronicle: Being a Collection of Exceeding Rare Tracts ...

Samuel Gardner Drake - Indians of North America - 1836 - 208 pages
...taken and his head cut off and kicked about " like a foot ball in our sight." Wheeler's Nan-alive, in 2d Vol. Col. N. Hist. Soc. 12. The man who went...was wounded at the garret window in the garrison. f This engine of many tsheelsvizs composed of several pairs of common cart wheels, which they had taken...
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The old Indian chronicle: being a collection of exceeding rare tracts ...

Samuel Gardner Drake - Indians of North America - 1836 - 208 pages
...hall in our sight." Wheeler's Narrative, in 2d Vol. Col. N. Hist. Soc. 12. The man who went out to got water, as named in the text, Mr. Wheeler, (ib. 13.)...was wounded at the garret window in the garrison. i This engine of many toAeetewas composed of several pairsof common cart wheels, which they had taken...
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History of North Brookfield, Massachusetts: Preceded by an Account of Old ...

Josiah Howard Temple, Charles Adams - Brookfield (Mass. : Town) - 1887 - 824 pages
...fetch water for our help in further need, (that which we had being spent in putting out the fire,) was shot by the enemy in the upper jaw and in the...wound was healed in a short time, praised be God. On Wednesday, August the 4'*. the Indians fortified themselves at the meeting house, and the barn,...
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A library of American literature...

Stedman, Edmund C. and Hutchinson Ellen M. - 1888
...to fetch water for our help in further need (that which we had being spent in putting out the fire), was shot by the enemy in the upper jaw and in the...wound was healed in a short time, praised be God. On Wednesday, August the fourth, the Indians fortified themselves at the meeting-house, and the barn...
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Colonial Concord

Alfred Sereno Hudson - Concord (Mass.) - 1904
...to fetch water for our help in further need (that which we had being spent in putting out the fire) was shot by the enemy in the upper jaw and in the neck, the anguish of which wound was at the first that he cried out with a great noise by reason whereof the Indians hearing him rejoyced...
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The History of Concord, Massachusetts: v. 1-

Alfred Sereno Hudson - Concord (Mass.) - 1904 - 496 pages
...to fetch water for our help in further need (that which we had being spent in putting out the fire) was shot by the enemy in the upper jaw and in the neck, the anguish of which wound was at the first that he cried out with a great noise by reason whereof the Indians hearing him rejoyced...
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Granite State Magazine, Volume 1

George Waldo Browne - Local history - 1906
...fetch water for our help in further need, ( that which we had being spent in putting out the fire,) was shot by the enemy in the upper jaw and in the...great noise, by reason whereof the Indians hearing him rejoyced and triumphed at it ; but his wound was healed in a short time, praised be God. On Wednesday,...
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Granite State Magazine, Volume 1

George Waldo Browne - Local history - 1906
...we had being spent in putting X o z, n O a a 7: en v: G ?: "0 50 G r. a (A out the fire,) was shot by the enemy in the upper jaw and in the...great noise, by reason whereof the Indians hearing him rejoyced and triumphed at it ; but his wound was healed in a short time, praised be God. On Wednesday,...
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Granite State Magazine, Volume 1

George Waldo Browne - New Hampshire - 1906
...the first that he cried out with a great noise, by reason whereof the Indians hearing him rejoyced and triumphed at it; but his wound was healed in a short time, praised be God. On Wednesday, August the 4th, the Indians fortifyed themselves at the meeting house, and the barne,...
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