History of Ashburnham, Massachusetts, from the Grant of Dorchester Canada to the Present Time, 1734-1886: With a Genealogical Register of Ashburnham Families (Google eブックス)
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Abigail Abraham Lowe Adams aged Amos April April 14 April 20 Ashby Assessors Barrett Benjamin Betsey Boston Brooks brother Caleb Capt Captain Charles Charles Stearns church Clerk Colonel committee Corey Cushing Cushing Academy Daniel David Davis deacon Dorchester Canada early Ebenezer Elisha Elizabeth enlisted Fairbanks farm farmer Fitchburg Foster Francis Lane Gardner Gates George grant Hannah Henry Ipswich Isaac James John Jonas Jonathan Joseph Jewett Joshua Josiah July July 18 July 22 June June 17 June 20 land Lane Lawrence Lucy Lunenburg Lydia March March 19 March 26 Martha Mary meeting-house Merriam mill Nathan Nathaniel Oliver proprietors Rebecca record regiment Reuben Rice Rindge road Russell Samuel Wilder Sarah Selectmen Sept settled Stearns Stephen subsequently thence Thomas town Townsend township unmd vote Ward Westminster widow wife William Winchendon Winchester Worcester
555 ページ - But will God indeed dwell on the earth ? behold, the heaven and heaven of heavens cannot contain thee ; how much less this house that I have builded...
165 ページ - The works of the LORD are great, sought out of all them that have pleasure therein.
213 ページ - That our oxen may be strong to labour; that there be no breaking in, nor going out; that there be no complaining in our streets. 15 Happy is that people, that is in such a case: yea, happy is that people, whose God is the Lord.
532 ページ - For the stone shall cry out of the wall, and the beam out of the timber shall answer it.
142 ページ - We conjure you, therefore, by all that is dear, by all that is sacred, that you give all Assistance possible in forming an Army: Our all is at stake, Death and Devastation are the certain Consequences of Delay, every Moment is infinitely precious, an Hour lost may deluge your Country in Blood, and entail perpetual Slavery upon the few of your Posterity who may survive the Carnage.
891 ページ - Biscoe were appointed by the selectmen "to consider how the bridge over the river shall be built, and to agree with the workmen for doing it. according to their best discretion.
1 ページ - Show me a man who cares no more for one place than another, and I will show you in that same person one who loves nothing but himself.
248 ページ - Duties of a church state, and a Body of people associated for an obedience to him, in all the ordinances of the gospel: and we thereupon depend upon his gracious assistances for our faithful discharge of the duties thus incumbent on us.
45 ページ - That they be on the granted premises respectively, and have each of them an house eighteen feet square and seven feet stud at the least, that each right or grant have six acres of land brought to, and ploughed or brought to English grass, and fitted for mowing. That they respectively settle in each plantation or township a learned Orthodox Minister, and build a convenient meetinghouse for the public worship of God in each township.