The Judges' Cave: Being a Romance of the New Haven Colony in the Days of the Regicides, 1661

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Lothrop publishing Company, 1900 - Connecticut - 410 pages
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Page 87 - Take counsel, execute judgment ; Make thy shadow as the night in the midst of the noonday ; Hide the outcasts ; bewray not him that wandereth. Let mine outcasts dwell with thee, Moab ; 15 Be thou a covert to them from the face of the spoiler : For the extortioner is at an end, the spoiler ceaseth, The oppressors are consumed out of the land.
Page 414 - Merrill, $1.50 THIS stirring story of the Revolution details the adventures of one of Washington's famous lifeguards, who is a college mate of Alexander Hamilton, and a personal follower of Washington. It is based upon a notable and dangerous conspiracy against the life of Washington in the early days of the Revolution, and introduces such famous characters as Washington, Hamilton, Greene, and Nathan Hale. It is a splendid book for boys and girls. A Tale of the North Country. By IRVING BACHELLER,...
Page 134 - Our will and pleasure is, and wee do hereby expressly require and command you forthwith, upon the receipt of these our letters, to cause both the said persons to be apprehended, and with the first opportunity sent over hither, under a strict care to receive according to their demerits. Wee are confident of your readiness and diligence to perform your duty; and so bid you farewell. Given at our Court at Whitehall, the fifth day of March, 1661. " By his Majesty's command, "EDW. NICHOLAS.
Page 412 - A DELIGHTFUL Revolutionary romance of life, love and adventure in old Concord. The author lived for fifteen years in the home of Hawthorne, in Concord, and knows the interesting town thoroughly. Debby Parlin, the heroine, lived in a little house on the Lexington Road, still standing, and was surrounded by all the stir and excitement of the months of preparation and the days of action at the beginning of our struggle for freedom. By Way of the Wilderness By "PANSY
Page 132 - ... you well. Wee being given to understand that Colonell Whalley and Colonell Goffe, who stand here convicted for the execrable murther of our Royall Father, of glorious memory, are lately arrived at New England, where they hope to shroud themselves securely from the justice of our lawes ; — Our will and pleasure is, and we do hereby expressly require and command you forthwith upon the receipt of these our letters, to cause both the said persons to be apprehended, and with the first opportunity...
Page 132 - Governour, or other Magistrate or Magistrates of our Plantation of New England. CHARLES R. Trusty and well-beloved, — Wee greete you well. Wee being given to understand that Colonell Whalley and Colonell Goffe, who stand here convicted for the execrable murther of our Royall Father, of glorious memory, are lately arrived at New England, where they hope to shroud themselves securely from the justice of our lawes ; — Our will and pleasure is, and we do hereby expressly require and command you forthwith...
Page iii - Five Little Peppers," etc. J2mo, doth, illustrated, $1.50 '"TTHERE are few more fascinating phases of -*" colonial history than that which tells the wanderings and adventures of the two judges who, because they sat in judgment...
Page 135 - To our trusty and well-beloved the present Governor or other Magistrate or Magistrates of our Plantation of New England.
Page 123 - ... him to secure them; who answered, without a commission from England none should meddle with them. For my service herein, I was abused by many by calling me ' malignant ; ' and the MarshalGeneral of the country, coming to me before several in court time, used these expressions, grinning in my face : * Speak against Whalley and Goffe, if you dare, if you dare...
Page 34 - She tried to speak, but her tongue clove to the roof of her mouth, and it was the dying woman who spoke. "LittleRose!

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