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Brackett Genealogy: Descendants of Anthony Brackett of Portsmouth ..., Part 1
Herbert Ierson Brackett
No preview available - 2015
Brackett Genealogy; Descendants of Anthony Brackett of Portsmouth ..., Volume 2
Herbert Ierson Brackett
No preview available - 2013
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Page 536 - 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 make it a woefull mount and not a merry mount.
Page 535 - Nectar is a thing assigned By the Deity's own mind To cure the heart oppressed with grief, And of good liquors is the chief. Then drink, &c.
Page 537 - Sunday. Returning from meeting this morning, I saw for the first time a likely young buttonwood tree, lately planted on the triangle made by the three roads, by the house of Mr. James Bracket.
Page 364 - ... though goodness without knowledge is weak and feeble, yet knowledge without goodness is dangerous, and that both united form the noblest character and lay the surest foundation of usefulness to mankind.
Page 362 - Hampshire, judge of the maritime court, and at the time she assumed her sovereign rights, he sustained the office with honor and integrity until the adoption of the Federal compact. He was in judgment sound, in friendship firm, in sentiment liberal, in benevolence unbounded.
Page 362 - Poewasing an Active and Intelligent Mind, much of her time was employed in Literary Pursuits, and her acquirements were manifold, with that Female Diffidence which made her conversation pleasing to Men of Science.
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Page 446 - William Whipple by Order of the General Court for the State of New Hampshire into the service of the American States to reinforce the Army at New York Mustered & paid off by Joshua Wentworth (first Regiment) September 1776 — [2-134] MENS NAMES Advance wages & bounty Travel Total paid Jonathan Robinson Cap' David Jewell i