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" Late it grew, but victuals he offered none; for indeed he had not any, being he came so newly home. "
Mourt's Relation Or Journal of the Plantation at Plymouth - Page 107
by William Bradford, Edward Winslow - 1865 - 176 pages
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New-England's Memorial

Nathaniel Morton, William Bradford, Thomas Prince, Edward Winslow - Massachusetts - 1669 - 515 pages
...Narraganset, for it was King James's country, and he also was King James's man. Late it grew, but victuals he offered none ; for indeed he had not any, being he came so newly home. So we desired to go to rest. He laid us on the bed with himself and his wife, they at...
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CHRONICLES OF THE PILIGRIM FATHERS OF THE COLONY OF PLYMOUTH

ALEXANDER YOUNG - 1841
...Narrohiggariset, for it was King James's country, and he also was King James's man. Late it grew, but victuals he offered none ; for indeed he had not any, being he came so newly home. So we desired to go to rest. He laid us on the bed with himself and his wife, they at...
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The journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, in New England, in 1620: reprinted ...

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1848 - 369 pages
...for it was King IAME s his Countrey, and he also was King IAME s his man. Late it grew, but victualls he offered none ; for indeed he had not any, being he came so newly home. So we desired to goe to rest : he layd vs on the bed with himselfe and his wife, they...
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The Journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth: In New England in 1620: Reprint ...

William Bradford, Edward Winslow, Robert Cushman, John Robinson, George Barrell Cheever - Massachusetts - 1849 - 369 pages
...for it was King IAME s his Countrey, and he also was King IAME s his man. Late it grew, but victualls he offered none ; for indeed he had not any, being he came so newly home. So we desired to goe to rest : he layd vs on the bed with himselfe and his wife, they...
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lives of the governors of new plymouth and massachusetts bay

jacob bailey moore - 1851
...Narroghiganset, for it was King James's country, and he also was King James's man. Late it grew, but victuals he offered none ; for, indeed, he had not any, being he came so newly home. So we desired to go to rest. He laid us on the bed with himself and his wife; they at...
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THE GENESIS OF THE NEW ENGLAND CHURCHES

LEONARD BACON - 1874
...disgust, had intruded into Narraganset Bay, but he said nothing about supper. " Late it grew, but victuals he offered none; for indeed he had not any, being he came so newly home." So the embassadors sought such refuge from hunger as sleep might give them. " On hospitable...
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The Genesis of the New England Churches

Leonard Bacon - Massachusetts - 1874 - 485 pages
...disgust, had intruded into Narraganset Bay, but he said nothing about supper. "Late it grew, but victuals he offered none ; for indeed he had not any, being he came so newly home." So the embassadors sought such refuge from hunger as sleep might give them. " On hospitable...
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The Genesis of the New England Churches

Leonard Bacon - Massachusetts - 1874 - 485 pages
...disgust, had intruded into Narraganset Bay, but he said nothing about supper. " Late it grew, but victuals he offered none ; for indeed he had not any, being he came so newly home." So the etnbassadors sought such refuge from hunger as sleep might give them. " On hospitable...
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Voyages of Samuel de Champlain: 1604-1610

Samuel de Champlain - America - 1878
...conftru6Uon of the Indian couch, or bed, at a much later period may be feen by the following excerpts : " So we defired to goe to reft : he layd vs on the bed with himfelfe and his wife, they at one end and we at the other, it being only plancks layd a foot from the ground, and a thin mat upon...
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The New English Canaan of Thomas Morton, Volume 14

Thomas Morton - Indians of North America - 1883 - 381 pages
...they fay of their entertainment on the night they arrived at his lodge : " Late it grew, but victuals he offered none ; for indeed he had not any, being he came so newly home. So we defired to go to reft : he layd us on the bed with himfelf and his wife, they...
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