Concord in the Colonial Period: Being a History of the Town of Concord, Massachusetts, from the Earliest Settlement to the Overthrow of the Andros Government, 1635-1689
Estes and Lauriat, 1884 - 172 頁
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acres agreed appears appointed Archives authority Billerica Blood Boston bounds bridges Brook building Bulkeley Buss called Captain charge church colonial Common consideration corner County Court desire division early east Edward Edward Wright England English farm Flint four George give given grant hands Henry hill History hundred Indians inhabitants interest James John Jones Joseph keep known laid land lived March mark Mass meadow meeting meeting-house Middlesex Deeds miles mill ministers original passed persons Peter Bulkeley petition Pond pounds present Quarter reason received Records rest River road Robert Samuel selectmen shillings side Simon Street Sudbury taken Thomas thousand Timothy Wheeler Town of Concord tract unto voted wife Willard wood
第 1 頁 - Beneath low hills, in the broad interval Through which at will our Indian rivulet Winds mindful still of sannup and of squaw, Whose pipe and arrow oft the plough unburies, Here in pine houses built of new-fallen trees, Supplanters of the tribe, the farmers dwell.
第 18 頁 - ... they burrow themselves in the Earth for their first shelter under some Hill-side, casting the Earth aloft upon Timber; they make a smoaky fire against the Earth at the highest side...
第 100 頁 - Alas ! for them — their day is o'er. Their fires are out from hill and shore; No more for them the wild deer bounds, The plough is on their hunting grounds; The pale man's axe rings through their woods, The pale man's sail skims o'er their floods, Their pleasant springs are dry ; Their children — look, by power oppressed, Beyond the mountains of the west, Their children go -— to die.
第 4 頁 - This intricate worke no whit daunted these resolved servants of Christ to go on with the worke in hand ; but lying in the open aire, while the watery clouds poure down all the night season, and sometimes the driving snow dissolving on their backs, they keep their wet -cloathes warme with a continued fire, 'till the renewed morning give fresh opportunity of further travell. After they have thus found out a place of aboad, they burrow themselves in the earth for their first shelter under some hill-side,...
第 4 頁 - Feme, whose scent is very strong so that some herewith have beene very nere fainting, although very able bodies to undergoe much travell, and this not to be indured for one day, but for many, and verily did not the Lord incourage their...
第 4 頁 - Sun, their compasse miscarrying in crouding through the Bushes, they sadly search up and down for a known way, the Indians paths being not above one foot broad, so that a man may travell many dayes and never find one.
第 3 頁 - Sometimes passing through thickets where their hands are forced to make way for their bodies' passage, and their feet clambering over the crossed trees, which when they missed, they sunk into an uncertain bottom in water, and wade up to their knees, tumbling sometimes higher, sometimes lower.
第 58 頁 - Right & full power to grant bargain & sell the above granted & bargained premises unto the said Timothy Wheeler Henry Woodis James Blood and John Flint and the Rest of the Proprietors of the said Town of Concord to them their heirs successors and assigns forever and that the said Timothy Wheeler Henry Woodis James Blood John Flint and the Rest of the Proprietors of the said Town of Concord them their heirs assigns and successors forever shall and may at all Times and from time to time forever hereafter...