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Sivu 156 - On the other hand, the declaration to the survivors of that catastrophe, that "every moving thing that liveth shall be meat for you ; even as. the green herb have 1 given you all things" fairly warrants such a construction. And the two
Sivu 85 - the Almighty," there may be some hidden thunder in the stores of Heaven, red with uncommon wrath ;"* some portentous cloud, pregnant with the elements of destruction, ready to burst upon European America, and to entail upon us those calamities which we have so wantonly and wickedly inflicted upon others.
Sivu 157 - in physics as well as in ethics. His maker had expanded his understanding, and enlarged his heart, even as the sand that is on the sea shore. The mouth that uttered three thousand proverbs, and a thousand and five songs, spake also of trees, from the cedar that is in Lebanon to the hyssop that springeth out of the wall; and
Sivu 103 - the country, which the great spirit has given to our ancestors. This belt preserves my words; and this other, the authority which the Five Nations have given me." Then Garangula, addressing himself to Monsieur La Main, said, "take courage, Ohguesse, you have spirit, speak—explain my words; forget nothing; tell all that your brethren and friends
Sivu 103 - the country to take part with them, after they had concerted ill designs against us. We have done less than either the English or French, that have usurped the lands of so many Indian nations, and chased them from their own country. This belt preserves my words. " Hear, Yonnondio; take care for the future,
Sivu 103 - (in the presence of your predecessor) in "the middle of the fort, they planted the tree of ^peace in the same place, to be there carefully preserved, that in place of a retreat for soldiers, that fort might be a rendezvous for merchants; that in
Sivu 104 - to Yonnondio, your governor, by the mouth of Garangula, who loves you, and desires you to accept of this present of beaver, and take part with me in my feast to which I invite you. This present of beaver is sent to Yonnondio on the part of the Five Nations.