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" Riuer ranne farre vp into the Land, and was well inhabited with many people, but they were from their habitations, either fishing among the lies, or hunting the Lakes and Woods, for Deer and Beuers. "
Tracts and Other Papers Relating Principally to the Origin, Settlement, and ... - Page 13
1838
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The Trve Travels, Adventures and Observations of Captaine Iohn ..., Volume 2

John Smith - Voyages and travels - 1819
...hunting the Lakes and Woods for Deere and Beuers: the Bay is full of great lles of one, two, six or eight miles in length, which diuides it into many faire...excellent good Harbours. On the East of it are the Tarrentines, their mortall enemies, where inhabit the French, as they report, that liue with those...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

1837 - 300 pages
...of it are the Tarrantines, their mortal enemies, where inhabit the French, as they report, that live with those people, as one nation or family. And north-west...of Pennobscot is Mecaddacut, at the foot of. a high mountain, a kind of fortress against the Tarrantines, adjoining to the high mountains of Pennobscot,...
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A Description of New England: Or, Observations and Discoveries in the North ...

John Smith - New England - 1865 - 89 pages
...hunting the Lakes and Woods, for Deer and Beuers. The Bay is full of great Hands, of one, two, fix, eight, or ten miles in length, which diuides it into many faire and excellent good harbours. On the Eaft of it, are the Tarrantines, their mortall enemies, where inhabit the French, as they report that...
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Nooks and Corners of the New England Coast

Samuel Adams Drake - Cape Cod (Mass.) - 1875 - 459 pages
...beavers. "The bay is full of great islands of one, two, six, eight, or ten miles in length, which divide it into many faire and excellent good harbours. On the east of it are the Tarrantines, their mortal enemies, where inhabit the French, as they report, that live with these people as one nation...
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Capt. John Smith, of Willoughby, Volume 1

John Smith - Bermuda Islands - 1884 - 984 pages
...hunting the Lakes and Woods for Deere and Beuers. The Bay is full of great lies of one, two, six or eight miles in length, which diuides it into many faire...excellent good Harbours. On the East of it are the Tarrentines, their mortall enemies, where inhabit the French, as they report, that Hue with those people...
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Works, 1608-1631, Volume 1

John Smith - Indians of North America - 1895 - 1120 pages
...among the lies, or hunting the Lakes and Woods, for Deer and Beuers. The Bay is full of great Hands, of one, two, six, eight, or ten miles in length ;...of it, are the Tarrantines, their mortall enemies [ie, of Penno'bscof] ; where inhabit the French, as they report, that Hue with those people as one...
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Works, 1608-1631, Volume 2

John Smith - United States - 1895
...hunting the Lakes and Woods for Deere and Beuers. The Bay is full of great lies of one, two, six or eight miles in length, which diuides it into many faire...excellent good Harbours. On the East of it are the Tarrentines, their mortall enemies, where inhabit the French, as they report, that Hue with those people...
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The Old South Leaflets

Edwin Doak Mead - United States - 1899
...Bevers. The Bay is full of great Hands, of one, two, six, eight, or ten miles in length, which divides it into many faire and excellent good harbours. On...enemies, where inhabit the French, as they report that live with those people, as one nation or family. And Northwest of Pennobscot is Mecaddacut, at the...
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The English Exploration of America

America - 1901 - 167 pages
...Severs. The Bay is full of great liands, of one, two, six, eight, or ten miles in length, which divides it into many faire and excellent good harbours. On...Tarrantines, their mortall enemies, where inhabit the Ftench, as they report that live with those people, as one nation or family. And Northwest of Pennobscot...
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American History Told by Contemporaries ..., Volume 1

Albert Bushnell Hart - United States - 1902
...among the lies, or hunting the Lakes and Woods, for Deer and Beuers. The Bay is full of great Hands, of one, two, six, eight, or ten miles in length, which...enemies, where inhabit the French, as they report that Hue with those people, as one nation or family. And Northwest of Pennobscot is Mccaddacut, at the foot...
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