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" The quantity of the land belonging to it is about three thousand acres. The Indians plant upon a great hill, which is very fertile. These people worship God and keep the Sabbath, and observe civil order, as do the other towns. They have a constable and... "
A History of Framingham, Massachusetts: Including the Plantation, from 1640 ... - Page 22
by William Barry - 1847 - 456 pages
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Historical Collections: Being a General Collection of Interesting Facts ...

John Warner Barber - Massachusetts - 1839 - 624 pages
...belonging to it is about three thousand acres. The Indians plant upon a great hill, which is very fertile. These people worship God and keep the Sabbath, and...constable and other officers. Their ruler's name is Pamphaman ; a sober and active man, and pious. Their teacher's name is Job ; a person well accepted...
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A History of Natick, from Its First Settlement in 1651 to the Present Time ...

Oliver N. Bacon - Natick (Mass.) - 1856 - 261 pages
...belonging to it is about three thousand acres. The Indians plant upon a great hill, which is very fertile. These people worship God and keep the Sabbath, and observe civil order, as do other towns. They have a constable and other officers. Their ruler's name is Pamphaman, a sober and...
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The New England Gazetteer: Containing Descriptions of the States, Counties ...

John Hayward - New England - 1857 - 704 pages
...land belonging to it is about 3,000 acres. The Indians plant upon a great hill, which is very fertile. These people worship God, and keep the Sabbath, and observe civil order, as do other towns. They have a constable and other oificers. Their ruler's name is Pamphaman, a sober and...
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