The Essex Antiquarian, Volume 5

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Sidney Perley
Essex Antiquarian, 1901 - Essex County (Mass.)
 

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Page 9 - The temper of Petruchio's Kate, The raptures of Siena's saint. Her tapering hand and rounded wrist Had facile power to form a fist ; The warm, dark languish of her eyes Was never safe from wrath's surprise. he SNOW-BOUND. Brows saintly calm and lips devout Knew every change of scowl and pout ; And the sweet voice had notes more high And shrill for social battle-cry.
Page 9 - The warm, dark languish of her eyes Was never safe from wrath's surprise. Brows saintly calm and lips devout Knew every change of scowl and pout; And the sweet voice had notes more high And shrill for social battle-cry.
Page 85 - I will now leave this word of counsel with you, that you may take heed how you quarrel with the English, for though you may do them much mischief, yet assuredly you will all be destroyed, and rooted off the earth if you do; for, I...
Page 53 - Rap, rap! — your stout and bluff brogan, With footsteps slow and weary, May wander where the sky's blue span Shuts down upon the prairie. On Beauty's foot your slippers glance, By Saratoga's fountains, 70 Or twinkle down the summer dance Beneath the Crystal Mountains!
Page 85 - Passaconaway ordered a select number of his men to accompany the newly married couple to the dwelling of the husband, where in turn there was another great feast. Some time after, the wife of Winnepurkit expressing a desire to visit her father's house was permitted to go, accompanied by a brave escort of her husband's chief men. But when she wished to...
Page 94 - A Sketch of the Munro Clan, also of William Munro who, deported from Scotland, settled in Lexington, Massachusetts, and of some of his Posterity ; together with a Letter from Sarah Munro to Mary Mason, descriptive of the Visit of President Washington to Lexington in 17 SO.
Page 40 - Court with twenty-six fathom more of wampom; and the Court gave each of them a coat of two yards of cloth, and their dinner; and to them and their men, every of them, a cup of sack at their departure; so they took leave and went away.
Page 85 - According to the usages of chiefs, Passaconaway ordered a select number of his men to accompany the new married couple to the dwelling of the husband. When they had arrived there, several...
Page 12 - Oct. 6, 1775; also order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Dec.
Page 85 - I am now going the way of all flesh, or ready to die, and not likely to see you ever meet together any more. I will now leave this word of counsel with you, that you may take heed how you quarrel with the English, for though you may do them much mischief, yet...

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