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" Govr that he had found a sufficente place, with a good botome to hold water, and otherwise very conveniente, which he doubted not but in a short time to bring to good perfection, and to yeeld them great profite ; but he must have 8. or ten men to be constantly... "
Municipal History of Essex County in Massachusetts - Page 16
edited by - 1922
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1856
...and though he had the best means ye place could aforde, yet he dyed ; of whom they had a very [117] great loss, and were very sorie for his death. But...after some serch he tould ye Govr that he had found a sufficente place, with a good botome to hold water, and otherwise very conveniente, which he doubted...
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History of Plymouth Plantation

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1856 - 476 pages
...yet he dyed ; of whom they had a very [117] great Joss, and were very sorie for his death. But lie whom they sent to make salte was an ignorante, foolish,...ground for his purpose; and after some serch he tould y Gov* that he had found a sufficente place, with a good botome to hold water, and otherwise very...
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A history of American manufactures from 1608 to 1860..: comprising annals of ...

John Leander Bishop, Edwin Troxell Freedley, Edward Young - Business & Economics - 1861
...or the knowledge of the " misterie" with which he was accredited, for Governor Bradford says of him: "But he whom they sent to make salte was an ignorante, foolish, self-willed fellow ; he bore them in hand he could doe great matters in making salt works, so he was...
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A History of American Mannfactores from 1608 to 1860

1866
...the knowledge of the " misterie" with which he was accredited, for Governor Bradford says of him : " But he whom they sent to make salte was an ignorante, foolish, self-willed fellow ; he bore them in hand he could doe great matters in making salt works, so he was...
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A History of American Manufactures from 1608 to 1860...

John Leander Bishop, Edwin Troxell Freedley, Edward Young - Industries - 1866
...the knowledge of the " misterie" with which he was accredited, for Governor Bradford Bays of him : " But he whom they sent to make salte was an ignorante, foolish, self-willed fellow ; he bore them in hand he could doe great matters in making salt works, so he was...
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Bradford's History "Of Plimoth Plantation.": From the Original Manuscript ...

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1898 - 555 pages
...and though he had the best means ye place could aforde, yet he dyed; of whom they had a very [117] great loss, and were very sorie for his death. But...after some serch he tould ye Govr that he had found a sufficente place, with a good botome to hold water, and otherwise very conveniente, which he doubted...
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Bradford's history "Of Plimoth plantation.": From the original manuscript ...

William Bradford, Massachusetts. Office of the Secretary of State, Massachusetts. General Court - History - 1899 - 555 pages
...and though he had the best means ye place could aforde, yet he dyed; of whom they had a very [117] great loss, and were very sorie for his death. But...ground for his purpose ; and after some serch he tould yc Govr that he had found a sufficente place, with a good botome to hold water, and otherwise very...
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Bradford's History "of Plimoth Plantation.": From the Original Manuscript ...

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1899 - 555 pages
...and though he had the best means y e place could aforde, yet he dyed; of whom they had a very [117] great loss, and were very sorie for his death. But...for his purpose; and after some serch he tould y e Gov r that he had found a sufficente place, with a good botome to hold water, and otherwise very conveniente,...
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The old farmer and his almanack: being some observations on life and manners ...

George Lyman Kittredge - Farmer's almanack, calculated on a new and improved plan - 1904 - 403 pages
...whose disgust at the empty boasting of the pretender to special knowledge is a matter of record: — He whom they sent to make salte was an ignorante,...for his purpose ; and after some serch he tould ye Gov* that he had found a sufficente place, with a good botome to hold water, and otherwise very conveniente,...
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Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation, 1606-1646, Volume 10

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1908 - 435 pages
...lost, for he fell into a feaver in the hote season of the year, and though he had the best means the place could aforde, yet he dyed; of whom they had...ground for his purpose ; and after some serch he tould 1 The Charity. 1 Frames or scaffolds for drying fish. the Govr that he had found a sufficente place,...
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