Rambles about Greenland in Rhyme

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A. Mudge & Son, Printers, 1900 - Greenland (N.H.) - 238 pages

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Page 171 - How dear to this heart are the scenes of my childhood, When fond recollection presents them to view, The orchard, the meadow, the deep tangled wildwood, And every loved spot which my infancy knew.
Page 86 - Egress from ye sd Mill, with ye use of so much land about it, as may be convenient and suitable for the laying of Loggs Timber, or Boards on for ye Mills Concerns ; as also to fetch Earth and Stones, or what else may be convenient and suitable for the present or future Repairing and building of the Mill from Time to Time on either Side of the Stream where the Mill now stands, near about ye sd Mill Provided, always that after four years be expired which term begins...
Page 57 - And still they gazed, and still the wonder grew, That one small head should carry all he knew.
Page 222 - Appurtenances, free and clear; and freely and clearly acquitted, exonerated and discharged, of and from all and all Manner of former and...
Page 218 - ... among his father's papers written instructions which bade him destroy all his sermons except the few which he might wish to keep as a memorial of himself. He also requested that " his funeral might be conducted in the manner that was customary among his parishioners, without any sermon, or the parade which has commonly been the custom at the funerals of those who have sustained public characters in life...
Page 221 - I do hereby acknowledge, and myself therewith fully satisfied and contented ; and thereof, and of every Part and Parcel thereof, do exonerate, acquit and discharge...
Page 221 - Martin his heirs and assigns forever to his and their only proper use, benefit and behoof, forever.
Page 93 - Spe that your poor petitioners are almost deprived of publickly hearing the word of God or getting their children Educated with Reading and writing And your petitioners have desired at a publick Town meeting to have the Liberty of a minister and schoolmaster among themselves. They paying their sallary...
Page 147 - ... though goodness without knowledge (as it respects others) is weak and feeble ; yet knowledge without goodness is dangerous ; and that both united, form the noblest character, and lay the surest foundation of usefulness to mankind.

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