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" ... were glad to take such as they could; and so, many untoward servants, sundry of them proved, that were thus brought over, both men and women kind; who, when their times were expired, became families of themselves, which gave increase hereunto. "
History of Plymouth Plantation 1620-1647 - Page 325
by William Bradford - 1912
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1856
...such as wanted help in yl respecte, when they could not have such as yey would, were glad to take such as they could ; and so, many untoward servants, sundry...them proved, that were thus brought over, both men & women kind ; who, when their times were expired, became families of them selves, which gave increase...
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History of Plymouth Plantation

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1856 - 476 pages
...such as wanted help in y1 respecte, when they could not have such as f would, were glad to take such as they could ; and so, many untoward servants, sundry...them proved, that were thus brought over, both men & women kind; who, when their times were expired, became families of them selves, which gave increase...
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The Early Jurisprudence of New Hampshire: An Address Delivered at the Annual ...

John Major Shirley - Jurisprudence - 1885 - 103 pages
...such as wanted help in yt respecte, when they could not have such as yey would, were glad to take such as they could ; and so, many untoward servants, sundry of them proved, that were 2 13 thus brought over, both men & women kind ; who, when their times were expired, became families...
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Bradford's History "Of Plimoth Plantation.": From the Original Manuscript ...

William Bradford - Pilgrims (New Plymouth Colony) - 1898 - 555 pages
...could; and so, many untoward servants, sundry of them proved, that were thus brought over, both men & women kind ; who, when their times were expired, became...An other and a maine reason hearof was, that men, find476 PLYMOUTH PLANTATION. 477 ing so many godly disposed persons willing to come into these parts,...
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Bradford's History "Of Plimoth Plantation.": From the Original Manuscript ...

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1898 - 555 pages
...such as wanted help in y' respecte, when they could not have such as yey would, were glad to take such as they could; and so, many untoward servants, sundry...them proved, that were thus brought over, both men & women kind ; who, when their times were expired, became families of them selves, which gave increase...
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Bradford's History "of Plimoth Plantation.": From the Original Manuscript ...

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1899 - 555 pages
...as wanted help in' y' respecte, when they could not have such as y ' * would, were glad to take such as they could; and so, many untoward servants, sundry...them proved, that were thus brought over, both men & women kind; who, when their times were expired, became families of them selves, which gave increase...
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Bradford's History "of Plimoth Plantation.": From the Original Manuscript ...

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1899 - 555 pages
...could ; and so, many untoward servants, sundry of them proved, that were thus brought over, both men & women kind ; who, when their times were expired, became families of them selves, which gave increase herennto. 3. An other and a maine reason hearof was, that men, finding so many godly disposed persons...
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Bradford's History "Of Plimoth Plantation."

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1901 - 555 pages
...such as wanted help in y' respecte, when they could not have such as yey would, were glad to take such as they could; and so, many untoward servants, sundry of them proved, that were ing so many godly disposed persons willing to come into these parts, some begane to make a trade of...
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Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation, 1606-1646, Volume 10

William Bradford - Massachusetts - 1908 - 435 pages
...as wanted help in that respecte, when they could not have such as they would, were glad to take such as they could ; and so, many untoward servants, sundry...reason hearof was, that men, finding so many godly 1 Here follow clerical opinions, of Reynor, Partridge and Chauncy, which it has been deemed proper...
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The Riverside History of the United States, Volume 1

William Edward Dodd - United States - 1915
...as wanted help in that respecte, when they could not have such as they would, were glad to take such as they could, and so, many untoward servants, sundry of them proved, were thus brought over, both men and women kind; who, when their terms were expired, became families...
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