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" After our landing and viewing of the places so well as we could; we came to a conclusion by most voices to set on the mainland on the first place, on a high ground where there is a great deal of land cleared and hath been planted with corn three or four... "
THE GENESIS OF THE NEW ENGLAND CHURCHES - Page 318
by LEONARD BACON - 1874
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Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers of the Colony of Plymouth: From 1602-1625

1841 - 504 lehte
...conclusion, by most voices, to set on the main land, on the first place, on a high ground, 8 where there is a great deal of land cleared, and hath been...or four years ago; and there is a very sweet brook 4 runs under the hill side, and many delicate springs of as good water as can be drunk, and where we...
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Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers of the Colony of Plymouth: From 1602-1625

1841 - 504 lehte
...a conclusion, by most voices, to set on the main land, on the first place, on a high ground,3 where there is a great deal of land cleared, and hath been...three or four years ago ; and there is a very sweet brook4 runs under the hill side, and many delicate springs of as good water as can be drunk, and where...
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Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers of the Colony of Plymouth: From 1602-1625

1841 - 504 lehte
...a conclusion, by most voices, to set on the main land, on the first place, on a high ground,3 where there is a great deal of land cleared, and hath been...three or four years ago ; and there is a very sweet brook4 runs under the hill side, and many delicate springs of as good water as can be drunk, and where...
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The Puritans and Their Principles

Edwin Hall - 1846 - 440 lehte
...20TH, they go ashore, and conclude " by most voices, to set in the main-land on a high ground, where there is a great deal of land cleared and hath been...water as can be drunk, and where we may harbor our shallop exceeding well." The next day it was stormy, and those on board could not go ashore ; those...
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Guide to Plymouth: And Recollections of the Pilgrims

William Shaw Russell - 1846 - 382 lehte
...a conclusion, by most voices, to set on the main land, on the first place, on a high ground, where there is a great deal of land cleared, and hath been planted with com three or four years ago ; and there is a very sweet brook runs under the hill side, and many delicate...
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The Journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, in New England, in 1620: Reprinted ...

George Barrell Cheever - 1848 - 369 lehte
...than it does now, but the Journal speaks of it as " a high land where there is a great deal of ground cleared, and hath been planted with corn three or four years ago ; and there is a very sweet brook under the hill-side, and many delicate springs of as good water as can be drunk." A little above this...
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The Journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, in New England, in 1620: Reprinted ...

George Barrell Cheever - 1849 - 369 lehte
...than it does now, but the Journal speaks of it as " a high land where there is a great deal of ground cleared, and hath been planted with corn three or four years ago ; and there is a very sweet brook under the hill-side, and many delicate springs of as good water as can be drunk." A little above this...
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Famous historical scenes from three centuries, selected by A.R.H. Moncrieff

Famous historical scenes - 1875
...to a conclusion, by most voices, to set on the mainland, on the first place, on a high ground where there is a great deal of land cleared, and hath been...of as good water as can be drunk, and where we may harbour our shallops and boats exceedingly well ; and in this brook much good fish in their seasons...
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Young Folks' Book of American Explorers

Thomas Wentworth Higginson - 1877 - 367 lehte
...to a conclusion, by most voices, to set on the mainland, on the first place, on a high ground, where there is a great deal of land cleared, and hath been...can be drunk, and where we may harbor our shallops andtboats exceeding well ; and in this brook much good fish in their seasons : on the farther side...
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The Granite Monthly: A Magazine of Literature, History and ..., 36–37. köide

Henry Harrison Metcalf, John Norris McClintock - 1904
...ground where corn had previously been planted by the aborigines, where ''a very sweet brooke runnes under the hillside and many delicate springs of as good water as could be drunke.'' The "sweet brooke" still runs, and the "delicate spring" has never ceased to flow,...
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