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" They were sold into slavery, West Indian slavery ! — an Indian princess and her child, sold from the cool breezes of Mount Hope, from the wild freedom of a New England forest, to gasp under the lash, beneath the blazing sun of the tropics! "
Indian Wars of New England: The land of the Abenake. The French occupation ... - Page 445
by Herbert Milton Sylvester - 1910
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The New-England Magazine, Volume 9

Joseph Tinker Buckingham, Edwin Buckingham, Samuel Gridley Howe, John Osborne Sargent, Park Benjamin - American literature - 1835
...tale for hushands and wives, for parents and children. Young men and women, you cannot understand it. What was the fate of Philip's wife and child? She is a woman, he is a lad. They did not surely hang them. No, that would hiive been mercy. The boy is the grandson, the mother the...
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Orations and Speeches on Various Occasions, Volume 1

Edward Everett - Speeches, addresses, etc., American - 1836 - 637 pages
...tale for husbands and wives, for parents and children. Young men and women, you cannot understand it. What was the fate of Philip's wife and child? She is a woman, he is a lad. They did not surely hang them. No, that would have been mercy. The boy is the grandson, his mother the daughter-in-law...
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Life of John Eliot: The Apostle to the Indians

Convers Francis - Indians of North America - 1840 - 357 pages
...fish, hunt, or gather chestnuts. * Speaking of the fate of Philip's wife and son, Mr. Everett says, " They were sold into slavery, — West Indian slavery ! an Indian princess and her child sold from the cool breezes of Mount Hope, from the wild freedom of a New England forest, to gasp under the lash,...
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The Library of American Biography, Volume 5

Jared Sparks - United States - 1836
...fish, hunt, or gather chestnuts. * Speaking of the fate of Philip's wife and son, Mr. Everett says, " They were sold into slavery, — West Indian slavery ! an Indian princess and her child sold from the cool breezes of Mount Hope, from the wild freedom of a New England forest, to gasp under the lash,...
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The Iroquois: Or, The Bright Side of Indian Character

Anna Cummings Johnson, Mrs. Anna C. Johnson Miller - Iroquois Indians - 1855 - 317 pages
...others of the Indians taken captive during the colonial wars. " Yes," says a distinguished orator,* " they were sold into slavery, — West Indian slavery ! an Indian princess and her child sold from the cool breezes of Mount Hope, from the wild freedom of a New England forest, to gasp under the lash,...
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Historical Magazine: And Notes and Queries Concerning the ..., Volume 8

John Ward Dean, George Folsom, John Gilmary Shea, Henry Reed Stiles, Henry Barton Dawson - United States - 1864
...tale for husbands and wives, for parents and children. Young men and women, you cannot understand it. What was the fate of Philip's wife and child ? She is a woman, he is a lad. They did not surely hang them. No, that would have been mercy. The boy is the grandson, his mother the daughter-in-law...
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Notes on the History of Slavery in Massachusetts

George Henry Moore - Massachusetts - 1866 - 256 pages
...tale for hufbands and wives, for parents and children. Young men and women, you cannot underftand it. What was the fate of Philip's wife and child ? She is a woman, he is a lad. They did not furely hang them. No, that would have been mercy. The boy is the grandfon, his mother the daughter-in-law...
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The Register of the Lynn Historical Society, Volume 17

Lynn Historical Society - Local history - 1914
...later years, in his Bloody Brook oration, Edward Everett characterized this action in scathing words : What was the fate of Philip's wife and child? She...slavery. An Indian princess and her child sold from the cool breezes of Mt. Hope, from the wild freedom of New England forest, to gasp under the lash beneath...
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The True History of the Civil War

Guy Carleton Lee - 1903
...tale for husbands and wives, for parents and children. Young men and women, you cannot understand it. What was the fate of Philip's wife and child? She is a woman, he is a lad. They did not surely hang them. No, that would have been mercy. The boy is the grandson, his mother the daughter-in-law,...
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The true history of the Civil War

Guy Carleton Lee - United States - 1903 - 421 pages
...tale for husbands and wives, for parents and children. Young men and women, you cannot understand it. What was the fate of Philip's wife and child? She is a woman, he is a lad. They did not surely hang them. No, that would have been mercy. The boy is the grandson, his mother the daughter-in-law,...
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