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" ... what they doe: 200 whereof may, nine monethes in the yeare, be imployed in making marchandable fish, till the rest prouide other necessaries fit to furnish vs with other commodities. "
Tracts and other papers relating principally to the origin, settlement, and ... - Page 8
1838
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The Trve Travels, Adventures and Observations of Captaine Iohn ..., Volume 2

John Smith - Voyages and travels - 1819
...a few trifles; and if they should be vntowards, as it is most certaine they will, thirtie or fortie good men will be sufficient to bring them all in subiection, and make this prouision, if they vnderstand what to doe; two hundred whereof may eight or nine moneths in the yeere be imploied in helping the Fisher-men,...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

1837 - 300 pages
...salvages for three hundred men, for a few trifles ; and if they should be untoward (as it is most certain they are) thirty or forty good men will be sufficient to bring them all in subjection, and make this provision, if they understand what they do ; two hundred whereof may, nine...
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A Description of New England: Or, Observations and Discoveries in the North ...

John Smith - New England - 1865 - 89 pages
...men will be fufficient to bring them all in fubiection, and make this prouifion ; if they vnderftand what they doe : 200 whereof may nine monethes in the yeare be imployed in making marchandable fifh, till the reft prouide other neceffaries, fit to furnifh vs with other commodities. In March,...
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Capt. John Smith, of Willoughby, Volume 1

John Smith - Bermuda Islands - 1884 - 984 pages
...vndertake to haue corne enough from the Saluages for 300 men, for a few trifles. And if they [the Savages] should bee vntoward (as it is most certaine they are)...and make this prouision ; if they vnderstand what triey doe : 200 whereof may, nine monethes in the yeare, be imployed in making marchandable fish, till...
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Works, 1608-1631, Volume 2

John Smith - United States - 1895
...few trifles ; and if they should be vntowards, as it is most certaine they will, thirtie or fortie good men will be sufficient to bring them all in subiection, and make this prouision, if they vnderstand what to doe : two hundred whereof may eight or nine moneths in the yeere be imploied in helping the Fisher-men,...
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The Old South Leaflets

Edwin Doak Mead - United States - 1899
...men, for a few trifles ; and if they should bee untoward (as it is most certaine they are) 426 10 II thirty or forty good men will be sufficient to bring them all in subiection, and make this provision ; if they understand what they doe : 200 whereof may nine monethes in the yeare be imployed...
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The English Exploration of America

America - 1901 - 167 pages
...men, for a few trifles ; and if they should bee untoward (as it is most certaine they are) •,26 1 1 thirty or forty good men will be sufficient to bring them all in. subiection, and make this provision ; if they understand what they doe : 200 whereof may nine monethes in the yeare be imployed...
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Old South Leaflets, Volume 5

United States - 1902
...for 300 men, for a few trifles; and if they should bee untoward (as it is most certaine they are) 426 thirty or forty good men will be sufficient to bring them all in subiection, and make this provision ; if they understand what they doe: 200 whereof may nine monethes in the yeare be imployed...
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Old South Leaflets, Issues 101-125

United States - 1902
...men, for a few trifles ; and if they should bee untoward (as it is most certaine they are) 426 1 1 thirty or forty good men will be sufficient to bring them all in subiection, and make this provision ; if they understand what they doe: 200 whereof may nine monethes in the yeare be imployed...
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Sailors Narratives of Voyages Along the New England Coast, 1524-1624

George Parker Winship - America - 1905 - 290 pages
...have corne enough from the Salvages for 300 men, for a few trifles; and if they should bee untoward (as it is most certaine they are) thirty or forty...sufficient to bring them all in subiection, and make this provision; if they understand what they doe : 200 whereof may nine monethes in the yeare be imployed...
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