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" ... night nor day, but with abundance of toil and hazard of their own health, fetched them wood, made them fires, dressed them meat, made their beds, washed their loathsome clothes, clothed and unclothed them. In a word, did all the homely and necessary... "
History of England from the Accession of James I to the Outbreak of the ... - Page 169
by Samuel Rawson Gardiner - 1883
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The Genesis of the New England Churches

Leonard Bacon - Massachusetts - 1874 - 512 pages
...a word, did all the homely and necessary oifices for them which dainty and queasy stomachs can not endure to hear named; and all this willingly and cheerfully,...grudging in the least, showing herein their true love to their friends and brethren. . . .Two of these seven were Mr. William Brewster, their reverend elder,...
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The Genesis of the New England Churches

Leonard Bacon - Massachusetts - 1874 - 546 pages
...a word, did all the homely and necessary offices for them which dainty and queasy stomachs can not endure to hear named ; and all this willingly and...grudging in the least, showing herein their true love to their friends and brethren. . . . Two of these seven were Mr. William Brewster, their 'reverend...
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The Pilgrim Republic: An Historical Review of the Colony of New Plymouth ...

John Abbot Goodwin - Congregationalism - 1879 - 726 pages
...cooking their food, and performing duties " which dainty and queazy stomachs cannot endure to hear named. Two of these seven were Mr. William Brewster, their reverend elder, and Myles Standish, their captain and military commander, unto whom myself and many others were much beholden...
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History of New England, Volume 1

John Gorham Palfrey - New England - 1882 - 698 pages
...thi'm: in a word, did all the homely And necessary offices for them which «Hinty and queasy stomachs cannot endure to hear named ; and all this willingly...William Brewster, their reverend Elder, and Miles Stamlish, their captain and military commander, unto whom myself and many others were much beholden...
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Studies in American History

Mary Sheldon Barnes, Earl Barnes - United States - 1891 - 482 pages
...made their beds, washed their loathsome clothes, . . . and all this willingly and cheerfully, . . . two of these seven were Mr. William Brewster, their...reverend Elder, and Miles Standish, their Captain. The Pilgrims and the Indians. — All this while the Indians came skulking about them. . . . And once...
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Miles Standish, Captain of the Pilgrims

John Stevens Cabot Abbott - Massachusetts - 1898 - 390 pages
...them ; in a word, did all the homely and necessary offices for them which dainty and quesie stomachs cannot endure to hear named ; and all this willingly...and cheerfully, without any grudging in the least, shewing * The bill of mortality, according to Prince, which he copied from Bradford, was as follows...
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Self Culture, Volume 8

Self-culture - 1899 - 972 pages
...hazard of their own health, they fetched them wood, made them fires, dressed them meat, made them beds. All this willingly and cheerfully, without any grudging in the least, showing herein their true love for their friends and brethren. " When health and the warm spring days came again, the little colony...
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Colonial Prose and Poetry: The transplanting of culture, 1607-1650

William Peterfield Trent, Benjamin Willis Wells - American literature - 1901 - 320 pages
...them ; in a word did all the homely, and necessary offices for them, which dainty and queasy stomachs cannot endure to hear named and all this willingly...were Mr. William Brewster their reverend Elder, and Myles Standish their Captain and military commander (unto whom myself, and many others were much beholden...
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A History of the United States and Its People: From Their Earliest ..., Volume 2

Elroy McKendree Avery - United States - 1905 - 536 pages
...them; in a word, did all the homely and necessary offices for them which dainty and queasy stomachs cannot endure to hear named; and all this willingly...grudging in the least, showing herein their true love to their friends and brethren." There was no intercourse with the natives until the middle of March...
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The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries, Volume 6

History - 1907 - 426 pages
...offices for them . . . and all this willingly and cherfully, without any growling in ye least, shewing herein their true love unto their friends and brethren; a rare example and worthy to be remembered. Tow [two] of these 7 were nd [named] William Brewster, their reuerend elder, and Myles Standish, their...
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