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The History of the Pequot War: And Battle of Stonington; Illustrated
George W Lewis
No preview available - 2015
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Page 13 - Pawtucket should no longer exercise any authority by virtue of any commissioners from any other colony, but should elect their town officers and manage their affairs according to the laws of the province. In 1665, the King's Commissioners, Sir Robert Carr, Cartwright and Maverick held session at Sotherton for the hearing of complaints of the Indians, and as to the titles of the English to land. In...
Page 29 - ... grasp — its boldest and highest flight, there is never the slightest danger of its laying its hand upon faith's treasure. It will seek its portion in quite an opposite direction. Faith lays up its treasure in a place which nature would never dream of examining ; and as to its approaching thereto, it could not if it would, and it would not if it could. Hence, therefore, faith is perfectly safe, as well as beautifully disinterested, in allowing nature to take its choice. What, then, did Lot choose,...