Natick Dictionary, Issue 25

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1903 - America - 349 pages
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Page xxv - Confession of Faith, owned and consented unto by the Elders and Messengers of the Churches...
Page 194 - Their owne is of two sorts; one white, which they make of the stem or stocke of the Periwincle, which they call, Meteauhock, when all the shell is broken off: and of this sort six of their small Beads (which they make with holes to string the bracelets) are currant with the English for a Peny...
Page xi - Lord, for schools everywhere among us ! That our schools may flourish ! That every member of this assembly may go home and procure a good school to be encouraged in the town in which he lives ! That, before we die, we may be so happy as to see a good school encouraged in every plantation of the country.
Page xviii - Translated into the Indian Language and ordered to be printed by the Commissioners of the United Colonies in New England, at the charge, and with the consent of the Corporation in England for the Propagation of the Gospel amongst the Indians in New England.
Page xxii - To which is added, A VOCABULARY of the Chippeway Language. Names of Furs and Skins, in English and French. A LIST of WORDS in the Iroquois, Mohegan, Shawanee, and Esquimeaux Tongues, and a Table, shewing the Analogy between the Algonkin and Chippeway Languages.
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Page xvi - Bopp's Comparative Grammar of the Sanscrit, Zend, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian, Gothic, German, and Slavonic Languages.
Page xi - This day we restored our primitive practice for the training of our youth. First our male youth in fitting season, stay every Sabbath after the evening exercise in the public meeting house where the elders will examine their remembrance that day of any fit poynt of catechise. Secondly, our female youth should meet in one place — (on Monday) where the elders may examine them on their remembrance of yesterday about catechise and what else may be convenient.
Page 91 - If their imperious occasions cause them to travel, the best of their victuals for their journey is nocake (as they call it), which is nothing but Indian corn parched in the hot ashes.
Page vi - American aborigines, the same to be issued as bulletins uniform with the annual reports, one thousand five hundred of which shall be for the use of the Senate, three thousand for the use of the House of Representatives, and three thousand five hundred for distribution by the Bureau.

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