Topographical and Historical Sketches of the Town of Lancaster, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts: Furnished for the Worcester Magazine and Historical Journal (Google eブックス)
C. Griffin, 1826 - 90 ページ
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Abel Willard acres afterwards April Asa Whitcomb Atherton born Boston bridge building Capt church committee County of Worcester Court David Wilder death died early England father feet Gardner garrison George hill graduated at Cambridge granted Harrington Harvard University Hist hundred Indians inhabitants intervale Jabez Fairbanks Jacob Fisher James James Wilder John Houghton John Prescott John Sprague John Whiting Jonathan Wilder Joseph Wilder Joseph Willard Judge July June killed Lancaster land late Leominster line from top lived March married Master Rowlandson mentioned Messrs Middlesex miles mill minister Nashaway Nathaniel Neck ordination Penecook Peter Green petition pond preached Prentice present probably records river Samuel Ward Samuel Willard selectmen Sept sermon south branch Stephen Frost Sterling Sudbury Thomas Carter Timothy Whiting voted Watertown wife William Dunsmoor William Kerley William Richardson William Stedman Winthrop Worcester Magazine
30 ページ - To the end the body of the commons may be preserved of honest and good men, it was ordered and agreed, that, for the time to come, no man shall be admitted to the freedom of this body politic, but such as are members of some of the churches within the limits of the same.
78 ページ - In 1798, he was appointed Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas for the County of Worcester.
5 ページ - Jock, when ye hae naething else to do, ye may be aye sticking in a tree ; it will be growing, Jock, when ye're ^sleeping...
58 ページ - It is said, That Men ought to have Liberty of their Conscience, and that it is Persecution to...
41 ページ - young scholars whose education for their designed ministry, not being finished, yet came over from England with their friends, and had their education perfected in this country, before the College was come unto maturity enough to bestow its laurels.
19 ページ - Court with twenty-six fathom more of wampom ; and the Court gave each of them a coat of two yards of cloth, and their dinner ; and to them and their men, every of them, a cup of sack at their departure ; so they took leave and went away.
19 ページ - Wampum, and the court gave each of them a coat of two yards of cloth, and their dinner ; and to them and their men, every of them a cup of sack at their departure, so they took their leave and went away very joyful.
19 ページ - King, who reaided there. He recommended Nashawogg to King, as a place well suited for a plantation, and invited the English to come and dwell near him. From this representation, or from personal observation, that nature had been bountiful to the place, King united with a number of others,^ and purchased the land of Sholan, viz. ten miles in length, and eight in breadth ; stipulating not to molest the Indians in their *Gov. Winthrop's history of New England, date, 3d month, (May) 1644, and relating...