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" 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... "
A History of the Valley of Virginia - Page xxiii
by Samuel Kercheval, Charles James Faulkner - 1833 - 486 lehte
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The National Register

1816
...not after, untill that present year 1675. Th£ third strange appearance was swarms of fflyes xbout an inch long, and big as the top of a man's little...month left us. My dwelling was in Northumberland, the low est county on Potomack river, Stafford being the upmost, where having also a plantation, servants,...
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Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin ..., 1. köide

Peter Force - 1836
...massacre, but not after, untill that present year 1675. The third strange appearance was swarms of fflyes about an inch long, and big as the top of a man's...the tops of the trees without other harm, and in a mom:. left us. My dwelling was in Northumberland, the lowest county on Potomack river, Stafford being...
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The Southern literary messenger, 13. köide

1847
...massacre, but not after, until that present year 1675. The third strange appearance was swarms of fflyes, about an inch long and big as the top of a man's little...trees, without other harm and in a month left us." * CHAPTER XXIV. 1675—1676. Siege of Piscataway ; Col. John Washington ; Sii of tb« Indians slain...
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Introduction to the History of the Colony and Ancient Dominion of Virginia

Charles Campbell - 1847 - 200 lehte
...massacre, but not after, until that present year 1675. The third strange appearance was swarms of fflyes, about an inch long and big as the top of a * man's...trees, without other harm and in a month left us." * CHAPTER XXIV. 1675—1676. Siege of Piscataway ; Col. John Washington'; Six of the" Indiana slain...
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The Southern and Western Literary Messenger and Review, 13. köide

1847
...massacre, but not after, until that present year 1675. The third strange appearance was swarms of fflyes, about an inch long and big as the top of a man's little...finger, rising out of spigot holes in the earth, which cat the new sprouted leaves from the tops of the trees, without other harm and in a month left us....
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Introduction to the History of the Colony and Ancient Dominion of Virginia

Charles Campbell - 1847 - 200 lehte
...fllyes, about an inch long and big as the top of a roan's little finger, rising out of spigot holes m the earth, which eat the new sprouted leaves from...trees, without other harm and in a month left us." * CHAPTER XXIV.. 1675—1676. Siege of Piscataway ; Col. John Washington ; Six of the Indians slain...
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The Historical Magazine, 1. köide

1857
...setting towards the northwest ; another was the appearance of swarms of flies, about an inch long and as big as the top of a man's little finger, rising out of spigot holes in the earth, and eating the new sprouted leaves ; and the third, flights of pigeons, in breadth nigh a quarter of...
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History of the Colony and Ancient Dominion of Virginia

Charles Campbell - 1860 - 765 lehte
...massacre; but not after, until that present year, 1675. The third strange phenomenon was swarms of flies about an inch long, and big as the top of a man's...finger, rising out of spigot holes in the earth, which ate the new-sprouted leaves from the tops of the trees, without other harm, and in a month left us."*...
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History of the Colony and Ancient Dominion of Virginia

Charles Campbell - 1860 - 765 lehte
...massacre; but not after, until that present year, 1675. The third strange phenomenon was swarms of flies about an inch long, and big as the top of a man's...finger, rising out of spigot holes in the earth, which ate the new-sprouted leaves from the tops of the trees, without other harm, and in a month left us."*...
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History of the Colony and Ancient Dominion of Virginia

Charles Campbell - 1860 - 765 lehte
...the top of a man's little finger, rising out of spigot holes in the earth, which ate the new-sprouted leaves from the tops of the trees, without other harm, and in a month left us."* The author of this account, whose initials are TM, says of himself, that he lived in Northumberland...
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