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Page 93 - History of the Siege of Boston, and of the Battles of Lexington, Concord, and Bunker Hill ; also, an Account of the Bunker Hill Monument, with Illustrative Documents. By RICHARD FROTHINGHAM, JR., Author of a History of Charlestown.
Page 79 - Natick meeting-house once a month ; which lecture, many English, especially of Sherburne, do frequent. He first preacheth in English, to the English audience, and then the same matter is delivered to the Indians, by an interpreter, whom, with much pains, Mr. Gookin hath fore-prepared.
Page 120 - Indiana, do make and publish this my last will and testament, hereby revoking and making void all former wills by me at any time heretofore made.
Page 208 - Upon much examination and serious consideration of your writings, with your answers about them, we do charge you to be a blasphemous enemy of the true religion of our Lord Jesus Christ and his holy ordinances, and also of all civil authority among the people of God, and particularly in this jurisdiction.
Page 11 - I have lived in a country seven years, and all that time I never heard one profane oath, and all that time never did see a man drunk in that land.
Page 245 - Mercy's gone to Heaven. You that survive and read, take care, For this most certain exit to prepare ; For only the actions of the Just Smell sweet, and blossom in the dust.
Page 109 - Much favoured by his prince he 'gan to be, But nipt by death at th' age of twenty-three. Fatal to him was that we small-pox name, By which his mother and two brethren came Also to breathe their last nine years before, And now have left their father to deplore The loss of all his children with his wife, Who was the joy and comfort of his life.
Page 176 - Meeting House, near the upper End of King Street Boston, where she continues to sell the best Virginia Tobacco, Cut, Pigtail and Spun, of all Sorts, by Wholesale, or Retail, at the cheapest...