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... and the bargen fairly ingrossed in partchmente and in many things put into better forme , by the advice of the learnedest counsell they could gett ; and least any forfeiture should fall on the whole for none paimente at any of the ...
This being done , that for our better subsistance and convenience those grounds which are nearest the Town , in whose lott soever they fall shall be used by the whole for the space of 4 years from the date hereof : vizt . first that the ...
Ther is one thing that fell out in the begining of the winter before , which I have resserved to this place , that I may handle the whole matter togeither . Ther was a ship , ' with many passengers in her and sundrie goods , bound for ...
This experience was marked by some great errors and blunders which imperilled their relations and friendship with the Indians ; but on the whole the Dutch , lying as they did between two hostile tribes , the Mohawks and the Mohegans ...
... to have the whole trade consigned to us for some years ; and so in the time to take upon us , to pay all the debts and set them free : Another reason which moved us to take this heavy burthen upon our shoulders was , our great ...
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Of Plymouth Plantation by William Bradford Difficult book to read with broken English but enjoyed the story of how the group formed and headed to the Danes then off to US. Another really good section ... Read full review