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Page 25 - How loved, how valued once, avail me not; To whom related, or by whom begot; A heap of dust alone remains of me,
Page x - have and to hold to the said Miles Standish, Samuel Nash and Constant Southworth in behalf of all the townsmen of the town of Duxbury, to them and their heirs forever. In witness whereof, I, the said Ousamequin, have hereunto set my hand, this 23d of March, 1649.
Page ix - toward the west, for a plantation for them, and to have it four miles every way from the place where they shall set up their centre, provided it intrench not upon Winnytuckquett, formerly granted to Plymouth.
Page x - In consideration of the aforesaid bargain and sale, we the said Miles Standish, Samuel Nash and Constant Southworth, do bind ourselves to pay unto the said Ousamequin, for and in consideration of the said tract of land, as followeth
Page ix - and sold unto Miles Standish, of Duxbury, Samuel Nash and Constant Southworth, of Duxbury, aforesaid, in behalf of all the townsmen of Duxbury, aforesaid, a tract of land usually called Satucket, extending in the length and
Page 196 - of Assistant Commissioner of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands, for the District of Columbia,
Page ix - behalf of all the townsmen of Duxbury as aforesaid, with all the immunities, privileges, and profits whatsoever, belonging to the said tract of land, with all and singular, all woods,