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" Lastly, it is not with us as with other men whom small things can discourage, or small discontentments cause to wish themselves at home again. "
A Chronological History of New-England: In the Form of Annals, Being a ... - Page 143
by Thomas Prince - 1826 - 439 pages
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Old South Leaflets, Volume 6, Issues 126-150

United States - 1788
...selves straitly tied to all care of each others good, and of ye whole by every one and so mutually. 5. Lastly, it is not with us as with other men, whom...discourage, or small discontentments cause to wish them selves at home againe. We knowe our entertain mente in England, and in Holland ; we shall much...
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Turkeys, Pilgrims, and Indian Corn: The Story of the Thanksgiving Symbols

Edna Barth - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2000 - 96 pages
...or craftsmen, the men knew nothing of fishing or fur trading. But, as one of their spokesmen said, "It is not with us as with other men, whom small things can discourage . . ." In the figures of Pilgrim men, women, and children that surround us at Thanksgiving time, we...
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History of New England Baptists: With Particular Reference to the ...

Isaac Backus, David Weston - Religion - 2001 - 560 pages
...virtue whereof we hold ourselves straitly tied to all care of each other's good, and of the whole. 5. It is not with us as with other men ; whom small things can discourage, or small discouragements cause to wish ourselves at home again1. Herein they were not mistaken, as will soon...
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A Documentary History of Religion in America to 1877

Mark A. Noll - History - 2003 - 607 pages
...selves straitly tied to all care of each others good, and of the whole by every one and so mutually. 5. Lastly, it is not with us as with other men, whom...discourage, or small discontentments cause to wish them selves at home againe. We knowe our entertainmente in England, and in Holand; we shall much prejudice...
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Annual Report ..., Volumes 115-118

New England Society in the City of New York - 1920
...difficulties of making their livings there justify Robinson and Brewster in their memorable assertion: "It is not with us as with other men, whom small things...discourage, or small discontentments, cause to wish themselves at home again." When their friends at Amsterdam, who were originally to share in the expedition,...
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the story of the peopleof britain, Book 2

Mary Sarson - 1929 - 200 pages
...particularly of the Puritan New Englanders. In a letter written just. before they sailed, one of them said : " It is not with us as with other men, whom small things...discourage or small discontentments cause to wish themselves at home again." If this had not been their spirit, the settlers from the Mayflower might...
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The British Empire

Basil Williams (historien).) - Great Britain - 1945 - 220 pages
...of purpose and in cohesion they surpassed the Virginians. In the words of one of their leaders : " It is not with us as with other men whom small things can discourage or small discontents cause to wish themselves home again." 80. Its government. The political institutions...
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Daniel Webster as a Jurist: An Address to the Students in the Law School of ...

Joel Parker - Electronic book - 1853 - 71 pages
...Repentance and prayers, patience and tears, were their weapons. " It is not with us," said they, " as with other men, whom small things can discourage or small discontentments cause to wish themselves at home again." And then, again, on another occasion, their souls were lifted to utterance...
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The North American Review, Volume 32

North American review and miscellaneous journal - 1831
...apply the lesson we have thus been taught. We should all recollect the old and excellent motto, that ' it is not with us as with other men, whom small things can discourage.'* It is incumbent upon each person to consider, that he exerts a direct influence upon the State ; and...
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Birth of the Republic: The Origin of the United States

...York, 1969, p. 70. not a single one of the courageous band of Separatists left. As one of them wrote, "It is not with us as with other men, whom small things can discourage." The Pilgrim Mothers endured the same hardships as the Pilgrim Fathers, plus others, including childbearing....
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