The Essex Antiquarian: An Illustrated ... Magazine Devoted to the Biography, Genealogy, History and Antiquities of Essex County, Massachusetts, Volume 4
Essex Antiquarian, 1900 - Essex County (Mass.)
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Abigail acres Allen married Andover Andrews married Appleton April 14 April 23 Ayer bapt baptized Benjamin born in Haverhill born in Ipswich born in Newbury born in Salem born in Topsfield Boston Boxford Bradford BURIED THE BODY Capt Chebacco parish Children conveyed court Daniel daughter deceased died possessed Edward England Essex Registry ffrancs George giue Gloucester haue Henry house and lot Ipswich Isaac James John Ruck John5 Jonathan Jonathan Neale Joseph July July 18 July 26 June 15 June 23 land leaf LIES BURIED lived in Haverhill lived in Ipswich lived in Newbury lived in Salem Lydia Lynn Marblehead March 16 March 22 married Mary married Sarah Martha Nathaniel Newburyport Peter Pike probably Registry of Deeds Registry Registry Registry Richard Robert Rowley Salisbury Samuel street Susanna Thomas Topsfield town records unmarried wich widow wife Willi William Woodwell yeoman
Page 19 - Assume their seats, the solid mass attack; The dry husks rustle, and the corn-cobs crack; The song, the laugh, alternate notes resound, And the sweet cider trips in silence round. The laws of husking every wight can tell; And sure, no laws he ever keeps so well : For each red ear a general kiss he gains, With each smut ear...
Page 48 - A man severe he was, and stern to view ; I knew him well, and every truant knew: Well had the boding tremblers learned to trace The day's disasters in his morning face; Full well they laughed with counterfeited glee At all his jokes, for many a joke had he; Full well (he busy whisper circling round Conveyed the dismal tidings when he frowned.
Page 48 - I knew him well, and every truant knew; Well had the boding tremblers learned to trace The day's disasters in his morning face ; Full well they laughed, with counterfeited glee, At all his jokes, for many a joke had he ; Full well the busy whisper, circling round, Conveyed the dismal tidings when he frowned ; Yet he was kind — or, if severe in aught, The love he bore to learning was in fault.
Page 167 - I meane the very newest: with egge to be in it in all haste, whatever it be; I look at her as the very gizzard of a trifle, the product of a quarter of a cipher, the epitome of nothing, fitter to be kickt, if shee were of a kickable substance, than either honour'd or humour'd.
Page 159 - GEORGE the Third, by the grace of GOD of Great-Britain, France and Ireland King, defender of the faith, and so forth,; and in the year of our LORD one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight.
Page 167 - Grammer, being Deficients, or Redundants, not to be brought under any Rule: I shall therefore make bold for this once, to borrow a little of their loose tongued Liberty, and mis-spend a word or two upon their long-wasted, but short-skirted patience: a little use of my stirrup will doe no harme.
Page 171 - These rebels lay in ambush, this very place hard by, So that an English soldier did one of them espy, And cried out, " Here's an Indian ! " with that they started out, As fiercely as old lions, and hideously did shout.
Page 167 - If the whole conclave of Hell can so compromise, exadverse, and diametricall contradictions, as to compolitize such a multimonstrous maufrey of heteroclytes and quicquidlibets quietly ; I trust I may say with all humble reverence, they can doe more then the Senate of Heaven.