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" For want of bedding and linen and other helps they fall into a lamentable condition as they lie on their hard mats, the pox breaking and mattering and running one into another, their skin cleaving by reason thereof to the mats they lie on. When they turn... "
Stories Carved in Stone: Agawam, Massachusetts - Página 20
por Rusty Clark - 2005 - 182 páginas
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New-England's Memorial

Nathaniel Morton - 1669 - 515 páginas
...much of their skin flays off at once, and they will be all on a gore of blood, most sad and grievous to behold ; and then, being very sore, what with cold...and other distempers, they die like rotten sheep. This year one Capt. Stone, who had sometimes lived at Christophers, in the West Indies, came into these...
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New-England's Memorial

Nathaniel Morton - 1826 - 481 páginas
...much of their skin flays ofl" at once; and they will be all on a gore of blood, most sad and grievous to behold; and then, being very sore, what with cold and other dislempers, they die like rotten sheep.* This year one Capt. Stone, who had sometimes lived at Christophers,...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

1856
...reason therof) to the matts they lye on ; when they turne them, a whole side will flea of at once, [204] (as it were,) and they will be all of a gore blood, most fearfull to behold ; and then being very sore, what with could and other distempers, they dye like...
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History of Plymouth Plantation

William Bradford - 1856 - 476 páginas
...reason therof) to the matts they lye on ; when they turae them, a whole side will flea of at once, [204] (as it were,) and they will be all of a gore blood, most fearfull to behold ; and then being very sore, \vhat with could and other distempers, they dye like...
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Bradford's History "of Plimoth Plantation": From the Original Manuscript ...

William Bradford - 1899 - 555 páginas
...most fearfull to behold ; and then being very sore, what with could and other distempers, they dye like rotten sheep. The condition of this people was so lamentable, and they fell downe so generally of this diseas, as they were (in y" end) not able to help on another; no, not to...
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Bradford's History "Of Plimoth Plantation.": From the Original Manuscript ...

William Bradford - 1898 - 555 páginas
...reason therof) to the matts they lye on ; when they turne them, a whole side will flea of at once, [204] (as it were,) and they will be all of a gore blood, most fearfull to behold ; and then being very sore, what with could and other distempers, they dye like...
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Bradford's History "of Plimoth Plantation.": From the Original Manuscript ...

William Bradford - 1899 - 555 páginas
...reason therof) to the matts they lye on ; when they turne them, a whole side will flea of at once, [204] (as it were,) and they will be all of a gore blood, most fearfull to behold ; and then being very sore, what with could and other distempers, they dye like...
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Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation, 1606-1646

William Bradford - 1908 - 437 páginas
...cleaving (by reason therof) to the matts they lye on ; when they turne them, a whole side will flea of at once, (as it were,) and they will be all of a gore blood, most fearf ull to behold ; and then being very sore, what with could and other distempers, they dye like...
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History of Plymouth Plantation 1620-1647, Volumen2

William Bradford - 1912
...blood, most fearfull to behold; and then being very sore, what with could and other distempers, they dye like rotten sheep. The condition of this people was so lamentable, and they fell downe so generally of this diseas, as they were (in the end) not able to help on another; no, not to...
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History of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647, Volumen2

William Bradford - 1912
...reason therof) to the matts they lye on; when they turne them, a whole side will flea of at once, [204] (as it were,) and they will be all of a gore blood, most fearfull to behold; and then being very sore, what with could and other distempers, they dye like rotten...
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