The New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Volume 5
New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1851 - New England
Vols. 37-52 (1883-98) include section: Genealogical gleanings in England, by H. F. Waters.
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Page 272 - Resolved, That a general be appointed to command all the Continental forces raised, or to be raised, for the defence of American liberty.
Page 271 - Greeting: We, reposing especial Trust and Confidence in your Loyalty, Courage, and good Conduct, do by these Presents Constitute and Appoint you to be an Officer in Our Land Forces from the twentieth day of February 1895.
Page 113 - I, here I stand before God and you, and all this honourable audience, and take him to witness, that I never wittingly or willingly taught any false doctrine; and therefore have I a good conscience before God and all good men. I am sure that you and I shall come before a Judge that is righteous, before whom I shall be as good a man as you: and I nothing doubt but that I shall be found there a true member of the catholic church of Christ, and everlastingly saved.
Page 412 - ... same building now lie buried the bones of two unfortunate young women, who, in their flight here, were shot down by the Indians, and their blood was seen to run quite across the road ; but more fortunate was the flight of Uriah Leonard, who, as he was riding from Taunton to the forge in this place, was discovered and fired upon by the Indians. He instantly plucked off his hat, swung it around, which startled his horse, and in full career, he reached the forge dam, without a wound ; but several...
Page 166 - ... our captain general, and governor in chief in and over our said province of...
Page 109 - And here I would have declared how they ought to proceed in these days, and so have come again to my purpose, but it was impossible; for one asked one thing, another said another, so that I was fain to hold my peace, and let them talk. And even when I would have taken hold of my proof, the lord chancellor bade to prison with me again; and, Away, away...
Page 105 - Scriptures with them, he came to great knowledge in the gospel of God, insomuch that he cast off the heavy yoke of popery, perceiving it to be impure and filthy idolatry, and joined himself with them two, in that most painful and...
Page 138 - This seem*d the scite of all those verdant vales, And purled springs, whereat the Nymphs do play : With lofty hills, where Poets rear their tales, To heavenly vaults, which heav'nly sound repay By echo's sweet rebound : here ladye's kiss, Circling nor songs, nor dance's circle miss ; But whilst those Syrens sung, I sunk in sea of bliss.
Page 279 - Peters arguing with him," which was not very chivalrous in Mr. Peters, " broke out and said, ' That if the King had no more ground in England but Basing House, he would adventure as he did, and so maintain it to the uttermost ; ' — meaning with these Papists ; comforting himself in this disaster, 'that Basing House was called Loyalty.