Narratives of the Insurrections, 1675-1690

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Charles McLean Andrews
Charles Scribner's Sons, 1915 - Bacon's Rebellion, 1676 - 412 pages
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Page 172 - An Account of the late Revolution in New England, together with the declaration of the Gentlemen, merchants and inhabitants of Boston and the country adjacent, April 18, 1689.
Page 177 - An Account | of the | Late Revolution | in | New England. | Together with the | Declaration | of the | Gentlemen, Merchants, and Inhabitants of Boston, | and the Country adjacent.
Page 354 - That levying money for or to the use of the crown, by pretence of prerogative, without grant of parliament, for longer time, or in other manner, than the same is or shall be granted, is illegal.
Page 16 - Indians Committed the last Massacre, but not after, untill that present Year 1675. The Third strange Appearance was Swarms of Flyes about an Inch long, and big as the Top of a Man's little finger, rising out of Spigot Holes in the Earth, which Eat the New Sprouted Leaves from the Tops of the Trees without other Harm, and in a Month left us.
Page 417 - INSTITUTION OF WASHINGTON Each volume octavo, cloth-bound, about 450 pages $3.00 net Postage extra VOLUMES ALREADY PUBLISHED Each with Full Index, Maps and Facsimile Reproductions The Northmen, Columbus, and Cabot, 985-1503 Edited by JULIUS E.
Page 23 - If they had killed my grandfather and grandmother, my father and mother and all my friends, yet if they had come to treat of peace, they ought to have gone in peace...
Page 26 - ... interpreter and her son standing by her on either side as they had walked up, our chairman asked her what men she woud lend us for guides in the wilderness and to assist us against our enemy Indians, she spake to th...
Page 23 - Governour stood up againe and said "if there be joy in the presence of the angels over one sinner that repenteth, there is joy now, for we have a penitent sinner come before us, call Mr. Bacon;
Page 78 - Him to destroy ; whose well tride curage such, There heartless harts, nor arms, nor strength could touch. Who now must heale those wounds, or stop that blood The Heathen made, and drew into a flood ? Who i'st must pleade our Cause ? nor Trump nor Drum Nor Deputations ; these alass are dumb.
Page 179 - Interest that we should thrive. But of all our Oppressors we were chiefly squeez'd by a Crew of abject Persons fetched from New York, to be the Tools of the Adversary, standing at our right Hand; by these were extraordinary and intollerable Fees extorted from every one upon all Occasions, without any Rules but those of their own insatiable Avarice and Beggary...

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