A History of Deerfield, Massachusetts: The Times when the People by Whom it was Settled, Unsettled and Resettled, Volume 2

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Press of E.A. Hall & Company, 1896 - Deerfield (Mass.)
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Page 3 - All men are born free and equal, and have certain natural, essential, and unalienable rights; among which may be reckoned the right of enjoying and defending their lives and liberties; that of acquiring, possessing, and protecting property; in fine, that of seeking and obtaining their safety and happiness.
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Page 788 - ... of the Holy Spirit, nor of the* sovereign, gracious election of God in choosing believers to everlasting life, nor of the certain perseverance of all true believers in faith and holiness through the influences of the Spirit and the promises of the covenant of grace...
Page 347 - Here lies cut down like unripe fruit A son of Mr. Amos Tute, And Mrs. Jemima Tute his Wife...
Page 299 - Taklinge as do belong vnto them, which is to the vallew of 311, provided he be willing to dwell with my Wife after his time is out, also provided he be willing to Learn my Trad, and that their be A comfortable Agrement mad betwene the[m] Afterward.
Page 316 - County 10 sh. forthwith, and committed him to the constable for the payment of the aforesaid fines." Benoni Stebbins returned to Deerfield at its permanent settlement in 1682, becoming a prominent citizen there, and filling the highest...
Page 1 - For and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and twentyfive pounds...
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Page 849 - The objects of this association shall be the collecting and preserving such memorials, books, papers, and curiosities as may tend to illustrate and perpetuate the history of the early settlers of this region and of the race which vanished before them, and the erection of a memorial hall in which such collections can be securely deposited.
Page 347 - Mother's (irief, her Anguish show, Or paint the Father's heavier woe, Who now no nat'ral offspring has His ample Fortune to possess, To fill his Place, stand in his Stead, Or bear his name when he is dead. So God ordain'd. His ways are Just. The empires crumble into dust, Life and the world mere bubbles are, Set loose to these ; for Heaven prepare.

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