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" The setting up of this Maypole was a lamentable spectacle to the precise seperatists that lived at new Plimmouth. They termed it an idoll; yea they called it the calfe of Horeb; and stood at defiance with the place, naming it Mount Dagon; threatning to... "
Brackett Genealogy: Descendants of Anthony Brackett of Portsmouth and ... - Page 536
by Herbert Ierson Brackett - 1907 - 608 pages
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Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin ..., Volume 2

United States - 1838
...precise seperatists : that lived at new Plimmouth. They termed it an Idoll ; yea they called it the Calfe of Horeb : and stood at defiance with the place naming it Mount Dagon; threatning to make it a woefull mount and not a merry mount. The Riddle for want of Oedipus, they could...
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Putnam's Monthly, Volume 9

1857
...precise Separatists that lived at New Plymouth. They termed ít an idol ; yea, they called ít tho Call of Horeb, and stood at defiance with the place, naming it Mount Dagoi), threatening to make it a woeful mount, and not a merry mount." Morton proceeds, in his next...
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Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art and ..., Volume 9

1857
...up of his May-pole was a lamentable spectacle to the precise Separatists that lived at New Plymouth. They termed it an idol ; yea, they called it the Calf of Hpreb, and stood at defiance with the place, naming it Mount Dagon, threatening to moke it a woeful...
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A History of Old Braintree and Quincy: With a Sketch of Randolph and Holbrook

William Samuel Pattee - Braintree (Mass.) - 1879 - 660 pages
...Scperatiste, that lived at New Plymouth. They termed it an Idol ; yea, they called it the Calfo of Iloreb ; and stood at defiance with the place, naming it Mount Dagon ; threatening to make it a woeful Mount and not a Merry Mount. " The Riddle for want of CEdipus they could not expound, only they...
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A library of American literature...

Stedman, Edmund C. and Hutchinson Ellen M. - 1888
...up of his May-pole was a lamentable spectacle to the precise Separatists that lived at New Plymouth. They termed it an idol ; yea, they called it the Calf...threatening to make it a woful mount, and not a merry mount. There was likewise a merry song made, which (to make their revels more fashionable) was sung with a...
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King's Handbook of Boston Harbor

Moses Foster Sweetser, Moses King - Boston (Mass.) - 1888 - 302 pages
...lamentable spectacle to the precise separatists : that lived at new Plimmouth. They termed it an Idoll; yea they called it the Calf of Horeb; and stood at...place, naming it Mount Dagon ; threatening to make it a woefull mount and not a merry mount." But Massachusetts was destined to find Mount Wollaston once more...
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No-license in Quincy: Being a Review of the Early Agitation of Temperance ...

William Frederic Hoehn - Temperance - 1899 - 137 pages
...Separatists about Plymouth early heard of these things, and to them it was a lamentable spectacle. "They termed it an Idol ; yea, they called it the...place, naming it Mount Dagon ; threatening to make it a woeful Mount and not a Merry Mount," — and so they did. In 1628, Captain Myles Standish, at the head...
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Colonial Prose and Poetry ...: Pioneer literature

William Peterfield Trent, Benjamin Willis Wells - American literature - 1901
...of this May-pole was a lamentable spectacle to the precise Separatists that lived at New Plymouth. They termed it an idol; yea, they called it the Calf...threatening to make it a woful mount, and not a merry mount. . . . There was likewise a merry song made, which (to make their revels more fashionable) was sung...
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American History Told by Contemporaries..., Volume 1

John Gould Curtis - United States - 1910
...precise seperatists : that lived at new Plimmouth. They termed it an Idoll ; yea they called it the Calfe of Horeb : and stood at defiance with the place, naming it Mount Dagon ; threatning to make it a woefull mount and not a merry mount. . . . There was likewise a merry song...
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The Pilgrim Fathers, their church and colony

Winnifred Cockshott - Massachusetts - 1909 - 348 pages
...them hardly less evil than the golden calf. " They termed it an Idoll ; yea they called it the calfe of Horeb ; and stood at defiance with the place, naming it Mount Dagon ; threatening to make it a woefull mount, and not a merry mount." 1 But worse still, they found that Morton and his men were selling...
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