A new collection of voyages and travels [ed. by J. Stevens]. 2 vols. [in 7 pt. Pt.5,6 and 7 want the title-leaf and prelims].

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Page 259 - England, or take or subscribe the oaths and articles made and established in that behalf; and for that the same, by reason of the remote distances of those places, will (as we hope) be no breach of the unity and uniformity established in this nation...
Page 257 - Pennsylvania, for the time being, and to make war, and to pursue the enemies and robbers aforesaid, as well by sea as by land, even without the limits of the said province, and, by God's assistance, to vanquish and take them ; and being taken, to put them to death, by the law of war...
Page 198 - Women and done over very much with Bear's Grease and red Root, with Feathers, Wings, Rings, Copper, and Peak, or Wampum in their Ears. Moreover, they buy Vermillion of the Indian Traders, wherewith they paint their Faces all over red, and commonly make a Circle of Black about one Eye and another Circle of White about the other...
Page 257 - And because, in so remote a country and situate near many barbarous nations, the incursions as well of the savages themselves as of other enemies, pirates, and robbers may probably be feared, therefore we have given...
Page 204 - ... a night-cap. Sometimes they take the top of the skull along with it ; all which they preserve and carefully keep by them, for a trophy of their conquest over their enemies. Others keep their enemies...
Page 248 - Plenitude of our royal Power and Prerogative, WE do, for US, our Heirs and Successors, ERECT and INCORPORATE...
Page 68 - Confirmation of this we have from the Hatteras Indians, who either then lived on Ronoack-Island or much frequented it. These tell us that several of their Ancestors were white People and could talk in a Book as we do; the Truth of which is confirmed by gray Eyes being found frequently amongst these Indians and no others. They value themselves extremely for their Affinity to the English, and are ready to do them all friendly Offices.
Page 257 - Penn, his heirs and assigns, by themselves or their captains or other their officers to levy, muster and train all sorts of men of what condition or wheresoever born, in the said Province of Pennsylvania for the time being, and to make war and pursue the enemies and robbers aforesaid as well by sea as by land, yea even without the limits of the said province and, by God's assistance to vanquish and take them, and being taken to put them to death by the laws of war, or to save them at their pleasure.
Page 211 - These maps they will draw in the ashes of the fire, and sometimes upon a mat or piece of bark. I have put a pen and ink into a savage's hand, and he has drawn me the rivers, bays, and other parts of a country, which afterwards I have found to agree with a great deal of nicety.
Page 248 - Territory hereby granted and described may be dignified with as large titles and privileges as any other parts of our Dominions and Territories in that Region: Know ye, that we, of our further grace, certain knowledge, and...

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