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Sivu 268 - ... in our native country. We have not felt the new chains of the Presbyterian tyrants, nor in this colony have we been consumed by the over-zealous fire of the (so called) godly Christian magistrates.
Sivu 61 - ... to you : but being called upon by your meffage and your love, (your paper), I am emboldened. Concerning the Pequots. the foldiers here related to me that Uncas the Mohiganie Sachem had about three hundred men with him on the Pequot river, fome fixteen miles from the houfe, which I believe are most of them Pequots and their confederates the Wunnafhowatuckoogs and their Inlanders (whom he charged under pain of death not to come to Canonicus) and with whom he hath made himfelf great. This man is...
Sivu 19 - Sir, if any thing be sent to the princes, I find that Canonicus would gladly accept of a box of eight or ten pounds of sugar, and indeed he told me he would thank Mr. Governor for a box full.
Sivu 264 - I once began to complain, who was unfortunately fetched and drawn from my employment, and sent to so vast distance from my family to do your work of a high and costly nature, for so many days, and weeks, and months together, and there left to starve, or steal, or beg, or borrow. But blessed be God who gave me favor to borrow one while, and to work another, and thereby to pay your debts there, and to come over with your credit and honor, as an agent from you, who had in your name grappled with the...
Sivu 271 - For, secondly, are not all the English of this land, generally, a persecuted people from their native soil ? and hath not the God of peace and Father of mercies made these natives more friendly in this, than our native countrymen in our own land to us ? Have they not entered leagues of love, and to this day continued peaceable commerce with us ? Are not our families grown up in peace amongst them ? Upon which I humbly ask, how it can suit with Christian ingenuity to take hold of some seeming...
Sivu 11 - I anfwer your requeft, defiring the like payment from your own dear hand, at any time, in any thing. And let me add, that amongft all the people of God, wherefoever fcattered about Babel's banks, either in Rome or England, &c., your cafe is the worft by far, becaufe while others of God's Ifrael tenderly refpect fuch as defire to fear the Lord, your very judgment and...
Sivu 4 - The condition of myfelf and thofe few families here planting with me, you know full well : we have no Patent : nor doth the face of Magiftracy fuit with our prefent condition. Hitherto, the...
Sivu 121 - Miantinomo and his council resolved, (being then about fifty miles, half way, on our journey,) that not a man should turn back, resolving rather all to die, keeping strict watch by night, and in dangerous places a guard by day about the sachems...
Sivu 257 - Loving and Christian friends, " I could not refuse this bearer, Mr. Roger Williams, my kind friend and ancient acquaintance, to be accompanied with these few lines from myself to you, upon his return to Providence colony ; though^ perhaps, my private and retired condition, which the Lord, of his mercy, hath brought me into, might have argued strongly enough for my silence ; but, indeed, something I hold myself bound to say to you, out of the Christian love I bear you, and for his sake whose name...
Sivu 271 - ... in our own land to us? Have they not entered leagues of love, and to this day continued peaceable commerce with us? Are not our families grown up in peace amongst them? Upon which I humbly ask, how it can suit with Christian ingenuity to take hold of some seeming occasions for their destructions, which, though the heads be only aimed at, yet, all experience tells us, falls on the body and the innocent.