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" I suppose something may be expected from me upon this charge that is befallen me, which moves me to speak now to you ; yet I intend not to intermeddle in the proceedings of the court, or with any of the persons concerned therein. Only I bless God that... "
John Winthrop, First Governor of the Massachusetts Colony - Sivu 4
tekijä(t) Joseph Hopkins Twichell - 1891 - 245 sivua
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Magnalia Christi Americana : Or, The Ecclesiastical History of New-England ...

Cotton Mather - 1855
...not now speak any thing about the past proceedings of this Court, or the persona therein concerned. Only I bless God that I see an issue of this troublesome affmr. I am well satisfied that I was publickly accused, and that I am now publickly acquitted. But...

The New England theocracy: A history of the Congregationalists in New ...

Hermann Ferdinand Uhden - 1858 - 303 sivua
...not now speak anything about the past proceedings of this Court, or the persons therein concerned, only I bless God that I see an issue of this troublesome affair. I am well satisfied that I was publicly accused, and that I am now publicly acquitted. But...

The New England Theocracy -- A History of the Congregationalists in New England.

H. F. Uhden - 1858
...not now speak anything about the past proceedings of this Court, or the persons therein concerned, only I bless God that I see an issue of this troublesome affair. I am well satisfied that I was publicly accused, and that I am now publicly acquitted. But...

History of Plymouth County, Massachusetts: With Biographical Sketches ..., Osa 3

Duane Hamilton Hurd - 1884 - 1199 sivua
...something may be expected from mo upon this charge that is befallen mo, which moves me to speak now to you; yet I intend not to intermeddle in the proceedings of the oourt, or with any of the persons concerned therein. Only I bless Ood that I see an issue of this troublesome...

American Literature, 1607-1885

Charles Francis Richardson - 1888
...something may be expected from me, upon this charge that is befallen me, which moves me to speak now to you ; yet I intend not to intermeddle in the proceedings...any of the persons concerned therein. Only I bless God,«that I see an issue of this troublesome business. I also acknowledge the justice of the court,...

Old South Leaflets: General series, Nide 4,Numero 77

1896
...not now speak any thing about the past proceedings of this Court, or the persons therein concerned. Only I bless God that I see an issue of this troublesome affair. I am well satisfied that I was publickly accused, and that I am now publickly acquitted. But...

Selections from Early American Writers, 1607-1800

William B. Cairns - 1909 - 493 sivua
...something may be expected from me, upon this charge that is befallen me, which moves me to speak now to you; yet I intend not to intermeddle in the proceedings...of the persons concerned therein. Only I bless God, [ 1 This is Winthrop's report of a speech which he delivered before the General Court after his acquittal...

The Puritan Origins of the American Self

Sacvan Bercovitch - 1975 - 250 sivua
...not now speak anything about the past proceedings of this court, or the persons therein concerned. Only I bless God that I see an issue of this troublesome affair. I am well satisfied that I was publicly accused and that I am now publicly acquitted. But though...
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Colonial Prose and Poetry, Niteet 1–3

William Peterfield Trent, Benjamin Willis Wells - 1903
...something may be expected from me upon this charge that is befallen me, which moves me to speak now to you ; yet I intend not to intermeddle in the proceedings...I am publicly and legally acquitted, which is all 1 did expect or desire. And though this be sufficient for my justification before men, yet not so before...

The Journal of John Winthrop, 1630-1649

John Winthrop - 2009 - 374 sivua
...from me, vpon speach this charge that is befallne me, which moues me to speake <speak lesse,> Anow to you*, yet I intend not to intermeddle in the proceedings...Court, or with any of the persons concerned therein: onely I blesse God, that I see an Issue of this troublesome businesse, I also acknowledge the lustice...
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