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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. Boston
Page 372 - Colony of Connecticut, prior to the Union with New Haven Colony, May, 1665 ; transcribed and published, (in accordance with a Resolution of the General Assembly,) under the Supervision of the Secretary of State, with occasional Notes, and an Appendix. By J. HAMMOND TRUMBULL, Cor. Sec. Conn. Hist. Society
Page 115 - County of Suffolk, Widow, being Weak in Body but of Sound Mind and Memory and not knowing how soon it may Please God to take Me out of this World do make this My last Will & Testament, That is to Say principally and first of all, I recommend My Soul into
Page 368 - Colonies. After spending the Evening in an agreeable manner in recapitulating, and conversing upon the many and various adventures of their forefathers in the first settlement of this Country, and the growth and increase of the same, at Eleven o'Clock in the Evening a Cannon was again fired, three Cheers given, and the Company withdrew.
Page 370 - Indian Captivities, or Life in the Wigwam ; being true Narratives of Captives who have been carried away by the Indians from the Frontier Settlements of the United States, from the earliest Period to the present Time. By SAMUEL G. DRAKE,
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 civil authority among the people of God, and particularly in this jurisdiction."
Page 96 - Journals of the Rev. Thomas Smith, and the Rev. Samuel Deane, Pastors of the First Church in Portland. With Notes and Biographical Notices : And a Summary History of Portland. By WM. WILLIS. Portland : Joseph S. Bailey. 1849.
Page 290 - sterling; and, with a fidelity equal to his conduct, brought it all to London, where it was divided between himself and the rest of the adventurers: For which great service he was knighted by his then majesty, King James the 2d ; and afterward, by the command of his present majesty, and at the request of
Page 88 - our remote situation will admit of. These are sentiments which I have, without reserve, declared among my private friends in my speeches and Messages to the General Court, in my Correspondence with the Ministers of State, and I have published them to the world in my History and yet I have been declared an Enemy
Page 367 - to express their joy upon the occasion, and their respect for the memory of their ancestors, in the most agreeable manner join'd in singing a song very suitable for the day. At sun sett a Cannon was fired and the Flag struck ; in the evening the Hall was