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" Mr. Roger Williams [a man godly and zealous, having many precious parts, but very unsettled in judgment] came over first to the Massachusetts ; but upon some discontent left the place and came hither... "
A chronological history of New-England: in the form of annals, being a ... - Page 377
by Thomas Prince, Nathan Hale - 1826 - 439 lehte
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New-England's Memorial

Nathaniel Morton - 1669 - 515 lehte
...the whole he thought well of Williams. As found on the church records at Plymouth, Bradford says, " Roger Williams, a man godly and zealous, having many...upon some discontent, left the place and came hither (to Plymouth), when he was freely entertained according to our poor ability, and exercised his gifts...
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A Chronological History of New-England: In the Form of Annals, Being a ...

Thomas Prince, Nathan Hale - 1826 - 439 lehte
...husband, in a terrible wilderness ; 1631. King of G. Britain, Charles 1.— France, Lewis XIII. — Spain, Philip IV. she died at Salem, entering into...to Plymouth, and I suppose in the summer of 1631,) whore he was freely entertained, according to (our) poor ability, and exercised his gifts among (us...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

1826
...but of a very separating Principle and Spirit, and for the utmost Liberty in religious Matters. Gov Bradford writes of him thus] Mr. Roger Williams (a...some Discontent left the Place and came hither [ie to Plimouth, and I suppose in the Summer of 1631] where he was freely entertain'd, according to [our]...
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A Chronological History of New-England: In the Form of Annals, Being a ...

Thomas Prince - 1852 - 464 lehte
...following, that the church at Salem had called Mr. Roger Williams to the office of a teacher, &c. (ihe names seem to mean the same man, but then the list...Plymouth, and I suppose in the summer of 1631,) where he was freely entertained, according to (our) poor ability, and exercised his gifts among (us ;) and after...
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The Ecclesiastical History of New England: Comprising Not Only ..., 1. köide

Joseph Barlow Felt - 1855
...About this time, Williams goes from Plymouth. Bradford makes the subsequent note of him : " He was a man godly and zealous, having many precious parts,...the Massachusetts, but upon some discontent, left that place and came to Plymouth, where he was friendly entertained according to their ability, and...
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History of Congregationalism from about A.D. 250 to the Present Time, 4. köide

George Punchard - 1880
...for a year or two longer, winning the love of the cautious and judicious Bradford, who pronounces him "a man godly and zealous, having many precious parts, but very unsettled in judgement." His teaching, Bradford says,f was well approved; "for the benefitte whereof I still blesse...
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The Invasion of Canada in 1775: Including the Journal of Captain Simeon ...

Simeon Thayer - 1867 - 116 lehte
...much thought of by the governor (Bradford) and the people, of whom the former gives this testimony : " Mr. Roger Williams (a man godly and zealous, having " many precious parts) came hither, and his teaching was well " approved, for the benefit whereof I still bless God and am...
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New Englander and Yale Review, 30. köide

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1871
...record of him at Plymouth is, on the whole, not a dishonorable one. Governor Bradford says of him, " Mr. Roger Williams, a man godly and zealous, having...upon some discontent left the place and came hither, where he was freely entertained, according to our poor ability, and exercised his gifts among us, and...
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The New Englander, 30. köide

1871
...him at Plymouth is, on the whole, not a dishonorable one. Governor Bradford says of him, " Mr. Koger Williams, a man godly and zealous, having many precious...upon some discontent left the place and came hither, where he was freely entertained, according to our poor ability, and exercised his gifts among us, and...
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The Congregational Quarterly, 15. köide

Joseph Sylvester Clark, Henry Martyn Dexter, Alonzo Hall Quint, Isaac Pendleton Langworthy, Christopher Cushing, Samuel Burnham - 1873
...occasion whereof he left them somewhat abruptly " and returned to Salem. Bradford describes him as " a man godly and zealous, having many precious parts, but very unsettled in judgment." Indeed, the want of a sound judgment was his great fault; he was an impulsive and hot-headed young...
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