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" ... the shallop departed from them to the further side of the river, where one of the canoas came unto them, and would have excused the fault of the others. Captain Gilbert made shew as if he were still friends, and entertayned them kindlye and soe left... "
Collections of the Maine Historical Society. [1st Ser.̈ - Page 305
by Maine Historical Society - 1853
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1852
...friends, and entertayned them kindlye and soe left them, returning to the place where he had lodged the night before, and there came to an anchor for...trees such as are able to maast the greatest ship his majestie hath, and many other trees, oke, walnutt, pineaple ; fish, aboundance ; great store of grapes,...
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The Historie of Travaile Into Virginia Britinia

William Strachey - Indians of North America - 1849 - 203 pages
...friends, and entertayned them kindlye and soe left them, returning to the place where he had lodged the night before, and there came to an anchor for...; fish, aboundance ; great store of grapes, hopps, and chiballs, also they found certaine codds in which they supposed the cotton wooll to grow, and also...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1852
...continent they found aboundance of spruse trees such as are able to maast the greatest ship his majestie hath, and many other trees, oke, walnutt, pineaple...; fish, aboundance ; great store of grapes, hopps, and chiballs, also they found certaine codds in which they supposed the cotton wooll to grow, and also...
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Young Folks' Book of American Explorers

Thomas Wentworth Higginson - America - 1877 - 367 pages
...friends, and entertained them kindly, and so left them, returning to the place where he had lodged the night before, and there came to an anchor for that night. BOOK XL CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH IN VIRGINIA (AD 1606-1631.) The first four of the following extracts are...
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A Book of American Explorers

Thomas Wentworth Higginson - America - 1877 - 367 pages
...friends, and entertained them kindly, and so left them, returning to the place where he had lodged the night before, and there came to an anchor for that night. BOOK XI. CAPTAIN JOHN SMITH. (AD 1606-1631.) The first four of the following extracts are from Smith's...
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A relation of a voyage to Sagadahoc [by J. Davies] ed. with preface, notes ...

James Davies (capt.) - 1880
...friends, and entertained them kindly, and so left them, returning to the place where he had lodged the night before, and there came to an anchor for that night. The head of the river standeth in 45 and odd minutes.* Upon the continent they found abundance of spruce-trees, such as are able to mast...
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Prof.J.L.Diman,D.D.: A Memorial Tribute.]

1881
...friends, and entertained them kindly, and so left them, returning to the place where he had lodged the night before, and there came to an anchor for that night. The head of the river standeth in 45 and odd minutes.* Upon the continent they found abundance of spruce-trees, such as are able to mast...
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Collections of the Maine Historical Society, Volume 3

Local history - 1853
...friends, and entertayned them kindly e and soe left them, returning to the place where he had lodged the night before, and there came to an anchor for that night. The head of the river etandeth in 45 degrees and odd mynutts. Upon the continent they found aboundance of spruse trees such...
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The Sagadahoc Colony: Comprising the Relation of a Voyage Into New England ...

Henry Otis Thayer - Phippsburg (Me.) - 1892 - 276 pages
...friends, and entertayned them kindlye and soe left them, returning to the place where he had lodged the night before, and there came to an anchor for...The head of the river standeth in 45 degrees and odd mynutts.''8 Upon the continent they found aboundance of spruse trees such as are able to maast the...
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Early English and French Voyages: Chiefly from Hakluyt, 1534-1608

Richard Hakluyt - America - 1906 - 451 pages
...friends, and entertayned them kindlye and soe left them, returning to the place where he had lodged the night before, and there came to an anchor for...trees such as are able to maast the greatest ship his majestie hath, and many other trees, oake, walnutt, pineaple; 2 fish, aboundance; great store of grapes,...
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