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" So it is," says he in his letter of Oct. 20, " that it hath pleased the Lord to call me to a- further trust in this business of the Plantation, than either I expected or find myself fit for, — being chosen by the Company to be their Governor. "
Celebration of the Two Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Settlement of ... - Page 85
by Boston (Mass.) - 1880 - 172 pages
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Life and Letters of John Winthrop: From His Embarkation for New ..., Volume 1

Robert Charles Winthrop - Massachusetts - 1864
...office to which he has just been elected. " So it is," says he in his letter of Oct. 20, " that it hath pleased the Lord to call me to a- further trust in...being chosen by the Company to be their Governor." It will be interesting to examine briefly into the nature of this public capacity, in which Winthrop...
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Life and Letters of John Winthrop

Robert Charles Winthrop - 1864 - 43 pages
...office to which he has just been elected. " So it is," says he in his letter of Oct. 20, " that it hath pleased the Lord to call me to a further trust in...being chosen by the Company to be their Governor." It will be interesting to examine briefly into the nature of this public capacity, in which Winthrop...
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Life and Letters of John Winthrop: Governor of the Massachusetts ..., Volume 1

Robert Charles Winthrop - Puritans - 1869
...been eleeted. " So it is," says he in his letter of Oet. 20, " that it hath pleased the Lord to eall me to a further trust in this business of the Plantation, than either I expeeted or find myself fit for, — being ehosen by the Company to be their Governor." It will be...
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Essays in Puritanism

Sir Andrew Macphail - Biography - 1905 - 339 pages
...lovinge wife," dated 20th October, 1629, Winthrop writes : " So it is that it hath pleased the Lorde to call me to a further trust in this business of the Plantation (being chosen by the Company to be their governor). The only thinge that I have comfort in, it is that...
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Contentment: A Novel of New England's Birth

Raymond E. Sullivan - Fiction - 2006 - 212 pages
...vote and full consent," to replace the ailing Matthew Cradock. He wrote his wife Margaret, "That hath pleased the Lord to call me to a further trust in this business of the plantation." Thomas Dudley was elected to the post of deputy governor. Assuredly, there were men of greater stature...
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