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" We landed our men between the two creeks and marched some four or five miles by the greater of them, and the shallop followed us. At length, night grew on; and our men were tired with marching up and down the steep hills and deep valleys... "
Mourt's Relation Or Journal of the Plantation at Plymouth - Page 29
by William Bradford, Edward Winslow - 1865 - 176 pages
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New-England's Memorial

Nathaniel Morton - Massachusetts - 1826 - 481 pages
...formerly discovered, which we named Cold Harbour; to which, when we came, we found it not nayigable for ships; yet we thought it might be a good harbour for boats, for it flows there twelve foot* at high water. We landed our men hrtween the two creeks.t and marched foor...
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Chronicles of the Pilgrim fathers of the colony of Plymouth: from 1602-1625

Massachusetts - 1841 - 504 pages
...good, we sailed to the river we formerly discovered, which we named Cold Harbour ; to which when we came, we found it not navigable for ships ; yet we...thought it might be a good harbour for boats, for it flows there twelve foot at high water.2 We landed our men between the two creeks,3 and marched some...
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CHRONICLES OF THE PILIGRIM FATHERS OF THE COLONY OF PLYMOUTH

ALEXANDER YOUNG - 1841
...good, we sailed to the river we formerly discovered, which we named Cold Harbour ; to which when we came, we found it not navigable for ships ; yet we...thought it might be a good harbour for boats, for it flows there twelve foot at high water.2 We landed our men between the two creeks,3 and marched some...
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Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers of the Colony of Plymouth: From 1602-1625

Massachusetts - 1841 - 504 pages
...good, we sailed to the river we formerly discovered, which we named Cold Harbour; to which when we came, we found it not navigable for ships ; yet we thought it might be a good harbour for !ioats, for it flows there twelve foot at high water. 2 We landed our men between the two creeks, 3...
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The journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, in New England, in 1620: reprinted ...

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1848 - 369 pages
...and we shipped our selues, and the wind being good, we sayled to the river we formerly discovered, which we named, Cold Harbour, to which when wee came...at high water. We landed our men betweene the two creekes, and marched some foure or fiue myles by the greater of them, and the Shallop followed vs ;...
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The Story of the Pilgrim Fathers, 1606-1623 A. D.: As Told by Themselves ...

Edward Arber - Pilgrims (New Plymouth Colony) - 1897 - 634 pages
...the river we formerly discovered, which we named Cold Harbour [the Pamet river] : to which when we came, we found it not navigable for ships; yet we...thought it might be a good harbour for boats, for it flows there twelve feet at high water. We landed our men between the two creeks [ie at Old Tom's Hill,...
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Hakluytus posthumus, or, Purchas his Pilgrimes: contayning a history of the ...

Samuel Purchas - Voyages and travels - 1906
...and Snoiv. ColdHarbour. River we formerly discovered, which we named Cold Harbour, to which when we came we found it not Navigable for Ships, yet we thought it might be a good harbour for Boates, for it flowes there twelve foot at high water. We landed our men betweene the two creekes,...
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Hakluytus Posthumus, Or, Purchas His Pilgrimes: Contayning a History of the ...

Samuel Purchas - Voyages and travels - 1906
...the 1622. Cold Harbour. River we formerly discovered, which we named Cold Harbour, to which when we came we found it not Navigable for Ships, yet we thought it might be a good harbour for Boates, for it flowes there twelve foot at high water. We landed our men betweene the two creekes,...
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The Mayflower Papers: Selected Writings of Colonial New England

William Bradford, Mary White Rowlandson, Benjamin Church - History - 2007 - 312 pages
...being good, we sailed to the river we formerly discovered, which we named Cold Harbor, to which when we came, we found it not navigable for ships; yet we thought it might be a good harbor for boats, for it flows there twelve feet at high water. We landed our men between the two creeks...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society ...

Massachusetts - 1846
...we sailed to the river we formerly discovered, which we named Cold Harbour (30) ; to which, when we came, we found it not navigable for ships ; yet we...thought it might be a good harbour for boats, for it flows there twelve foot (31) at high water. We landed our men between the two creeks (32), and marched...
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