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" But bearing these things as we might, we began to consult of the place of our sitting down, for Salem, where we landed, pleased us not. And to that purpose, some were sent to the bay to search up the rivers for a convenient place... "
Tracts and other papers relating principally to the origin, settlement, and ... - Page 54
1838
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Collections of the New Hampshire Historical Society, Volumes 3-4

New Hampshire Historical Society - 1832
...necessity enforced vs to our extreme loss to giue them all libertie, who had cost vs about 16 or 20 t . a person furnishing and sending over. But bearing theis...wee beganne to consult of the place of our sitting downe;for Salem,* where wee landed, pleased us not. — And to that purpose, some were sent to the...
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The History of the First Church, Charlestown: In Nine Lectures, with Notes

William Ives Budington - Boston (Mass.) - 1845 - 258 pages
...together." "We began to consult of the place of our sitting down," says Dudley, " for Salem, where we landed, pleased us not." " And to that purpose, some were sent to the bay, to search up the rivers for a convenient place ; who, upon their return, reported to have found a good place...
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lives of the governors of new plymouth and massachusetts bay

jacob bailey moore - 1851
...these things as we might, we began to consult of the place of our sitting down, for Salem, where we landed, pleased us not. And to that purpose, some were sent to the bay to search up the rivers for a convenient place ; who upon their return, reported to have found a good place upon...
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History of the Town of Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts: From Its ...

Charles Brooks - Medford (Mass.) - 1855 - 576 pages
...bearing these things as we might, we began to consult of our place of sitting down ; for Salem, where we landed, pleased us not. And, to that purpose, some were sent to the Bay to search up the rivers for a convenient place ; who, upon their return, reported to have found a good place...
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History of the Town of Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts: From Its ...

Charles Brooks - Medford (Mass.) - 1855 - 576 pages
...bearing these things as we might, we began to consult of our place of sitting down ; for Salem, where we landed, pleased us not. And, to that purpose, some were sent to the Bay to search up the rivers for a convenient place ; who, upon their return, reported to have found a good place...
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The Town of Roxbury: Its Memorable Persons and Places, Its History and ...

Francis Samuel Drake - Digital images - 1878 - 475 pages
...might, we began to eonsult of the plaee of our sitting down, for Salem, where we landed, pleased ns not, and to that purpose some were sent to the Bay to seareh up the rivers for a eonvenient plaee, who, upon their returu, reported to have found a good...
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History of the Town of Medford, Middlesex County, Massachusetts: From Its ...

Charles Brooks - Digital images - 1886 - 592 pages
...bearing these things as we might, we began to consult of our place of sitting down; for Salem, where we landed, pleased us not. And to that purpose some were sent to the Bay to search up the rivers for a convenient place, who, upon their return, reported to have found a good place upon...
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The Medford Historical Register, Volume 1

Local history - 1898
...of the colonists, he says: "We began to consult of a place for our sitting down, for Salem, where we landed, pleased us not. And to that purpose, some were sent to the Bay to search up the rivers for a convenient place, who upon their return reported to have found a good place upon...
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Source-book of American History: Ed. for Schools and Readers

Albert Bushnell Hart - United States - 1899 - 408 pages
...us to our extreme loss .to giue them all libertie ; who had cost us about: 16 or 2o ús [sterling] a person furnishing and sending over. But bearing theis...their returne reported to haue found a good place vppou Mistick ; but some other of us seconding theis to approoue [approve] or dislike of their judgement...
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The Tucker Genealogy: A Record of Gilbert Ruggles and Evelina Christina ...

Tyler Seymour Morris - 1901 - 305 pages
...these things as we might, we began to consult of the place of our sitting down, for Salem, where we landed, pleased us not, and to that purpose some were sent to the Bay to search up the rivers fora convenient place, who, upon their return, reported to have found a good place upon...
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