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" ... we know not when or how these Indians first became inhabitants of this mighty continent, yet we may guess that probably the Devil decoyed those miserable salvages hither, in hopes that the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ would never come here to destroy... "
Historical Notes Respecting the Indians of North America: With Remarks on ... - Page 248
by John Halkett - 1825 - 408 lehte
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Biography and History of the Indians of North America: Comprising a General ...

Samuel G. Drake - 1834 - 540 lehte
...the Devil decoyed those miserable salvages hither, in hopes that the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ would never come here to destroy or disturb his absolute...them. But our Eliot was in such ill terms with the Ihril, as to alarm him with sounding the xili-ir trumpets of heaven in his territories, and make some...
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The North American Review, 44. köide

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1837
...the Devil decoyed those miserable salvages hither, in hopes that the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ would never come here to destroy or disturb his absolute empire over them." "But our Eliot," continues he, "was on such ill terms with the Devil, as to alarm him with sounding the silver trumpets...
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The Book of the Indians: Or, Biography and History of the Indians of North ...

Samuel G. Drake - 1841 - 708 lehte
...the Devil decoyed thoao miserable salvages hither, in hopes that the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ would never come here to destroy or disturb his absolute...them. But our Eliot was in such ill terms with the Demi, as to alarm him with Bounding the silver trumpets of heaven in his territories, and make some...
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The History of Illinois, from Its First Discovery and Settlement to the ...

Henry Brown - 1844 - 492 lehte
...the devil decoyed these miserable salvages hither, in hopes that the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ would never come here to destroy or disturb his absolute empire over them. But our Elliot (a celebrated missionary to the Indians,) was on such ill terms with the devil, as to alarm...
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A History of the Protestant Episcopal Church in America

Samuel Wilberforce - 1844 - 456 lehte
...the devil decoyed those miserable salvages hither in hopes that the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ would never come here to destroy or disturb his absolute empire over them."1 "Tawny pagans," " rabid wolves," " grim salvages," " bloody salvages," are the usual terms...
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Lives of the Chief Fathers of New England, 3. köide

1847
...decoyed thesemiserable savages hither, in hopes that the gospel of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ would never come here to destroy or disturb his absolute empire over them. But our Eliot was in such ill-terms with the devil, as to arafm him by sounding the silver trumpets of heaven in his territories,...
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Biography and History of the Indians of North America: From Its First Discovery

Samuel G. Drake - 1848 - 696 lehte
...the Devil decoyed those miserable salvages hither, in hopes that the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ would never come here to destroy or disturb his absolute...such ill terms with the Devil, as to alarm him with Hounding the tilver trumpets of heaven in his territories, and make some noble and zealous attempts...
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Biography and History of the Indians of North America: From Its First Discovery

Samuel G. Drake - 1848 - 696 lehte
...miserable salvage« hither, in hope* that the gospel of the Lord Jeeus Christ would never come lier« to destroy or disturb his absolute empire over them. But our Eliot was in euch ill terras with the Devil, as to alarm him with sounding the taxier trumpets of heaven in his...
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A History of the Protestant Episcopal Church in America

Samuel Wilberforce - 1849 - 357 lehte
...the devil decoyed those miserable salvages hither in hopes that the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ would never come here to destroy or disturb his absolute empire over them."§ " Tawny pagans," " rabid wolves," "grim salvages," " bloody salvages," are the usual terms he gives...
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Biography and History of the Indians of North America: From Its First Discovery

Samuel G. Drake - 1851 - 720 lehte
...in 'hopes that the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ would never come here to destroy or disturb hie absolute empire over them. But our Eliot was in such...with the Devil, as to alarm him with sounding the »йв<т trumpets of heaven in his territories, and make some noble and zealous attempts towards outing...
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