The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volumen38

New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1884
Vols. 37-52 (1883-98) include section: Genealogical gleanings in England, by H. F. Waters.

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Página 345 - The report is now in the hands of the printer and will be ready for distribution about September 15.
Página 314 - My farther mind and will is, that, within six months after the decease of my wife, .£500 be made over into New England, according to the advice of my loving friends, Major Robert Thomson and Mr. Francis Willoughby, and conveyed into the hands of the Trustees before mentioned, in...
Página 21 - A Corporation for the Promoting and Propagating the Gospel of Jesus Christ in New England...
Página 192 - Lord Charles by the grace of God of England Scotland ffrance and Ireland King defender of the ffaith and Anno Dni. 1681. Sealed and delivered in the presence of ELIZABETH MILTON.
Página 313 - Hopkins, which is to give some encouragement in those foreign plantations for the breeding up of hopeful youths in a way of learning, both at the grammar school and college, for the public service of the country in future times.
Página 253 - children of a larger growth ' — crowded the pews and galleries, tremblingly anxious that their little ones might acquit themselves well. Many a mother bent over that scene with solemn interest, handkerchief in hand, the tears of joy ready to fall if their children should succeed, and tears of sorrow if they should happen to fail. It was a spectacle worthy of a painter. Father Hale, standing in the pulpit, put out the questions to the children in order; ,and each one, when the question came to...
Página 434 - Mosely's company, but they were so well entertained on all hands where they attempted to break in upon the town that they found it too hot for them, Major Appleton with great courage defending one end of the town, and Capt.
Página 394 - ... call to go to meet them .at the place whither they had promised to come. Accordingly we with our men accompanied with three of the principal inhabitants of that town marched to the plain appointed; but the treacherous heathen intending mischief, (if they could have opportunity), came not to the said place, and so failed our hopes of .speaking with them there.
Página 396 - Waldoe, of Chelmsford, who was not so dangerously wounded as the rest. They also then killed five of our horses, and wounded some more, which soon died after they came to Brookfield. Upon this sudden and unexpected blow given us, (wherein we desire to look higher than man the instrument,) we returned to the town as fast as the badness of the way, and the weakness of our wounded men would permit, we being then ten miles from it.
Página 397 - ... judged what a poor, feeble condition we were in, there being not the least crumb of refreshing that came within either of our mouths from Wednesday night to Saturday night, except only a little cold water. This day in the afternoon, about an hour by sun, we came to the place where they intended, viz. an Indian town called Wenimesset, northward of Quabaug.

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