The History of New-Hampshire. Volume III.: Containing a Geographical Description of the State; with Sketches of Its Natural History, Productions, Improvements, and Present State of Society and Manners, Laws and Government. By Jeremy Belknap, A.M. Member of the Philosophical Society in Philadelphia, and of the Academy of Arts and Sciences in Massachusetts
for the author, by Belknap and Young, State Street, 1792 - 487 pàgines
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Pàgina 369 - When the morning came, and we had advanced as much farther, six Indians were sent back to the place of our late abode, who collected a little more plunder, and destroyed some other effects that had been left behind ; but they did not return until the day was so far spent, that it was judged best to continue where we were through the night.
Pàgina 342 - We were surprised to hear ourselves termed Irish people, when we so frequently ventured our all for the British crown and liberties against the Irish Papists and gave all tests of our loyalty which the government of Ireland required, and are always ready to do the same here when demanded.
Pàgina 262 - ... that the legislative, executive, and judiciary powers ought to be kept as separate from, and independent of, each other as the nature of a free government will admit ; or as is consistent with that chain of connection that binds the whole fabric of the constitution in one indissoluble bond of unity and amity.
Pàgina 371 - I took it in my arms, put its face to mine, and it instantly bit me with such violence that it seemed as if I must have parted with a piece of my cheek. I was permitted to lodge with it that and the two following nights ; but every morning...
Pàgina 374 - I set off early in the morning, and steering, as well as I could, according to the directions which the friendly Indian had given me, I quickly found the place, which he had so accurately marked out.
Pàgina 384 - Pleasure thereupon expressed, the said Act is hereby disallowed, declared void and of none Effect. Whereof the Governor or Commander in Chief of His Majesty's said Colony of New York for the time being, and all others whom it may concern are to take Notice and govern themselves accordW. BLAIR From William Tryon LOWER GROSVENER STREET Private 18th Aug...
Pàgina 416 - Charter accompanying it, was pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, to approve thereof, and to order, as it is hereby ordered, that the Right...
Pàgina 383 - Whereas there was this Day read at the Board, a Report made by the Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of Council for Plantation affairs dated the 17th of this Instant, upon considering- a Representation from the Lords...
Pàgina 372 - In this deplorable condition I was obliged to take my leave of it, on the morning of the third day after my arrival at the place. We moved down the lake several miles the same day ; and the night following was remarkable on account of the great earthquake* which terribly shook that howling wilderness.
Pàgina 373 - My curiosity, thus excited, led me to the place, and there I found my son Caleb, a little boy between two and three years old, whom I had lately buried, in sentiment at least, or rather imagined to have been deprived of life, and perhaps also denied a decent grave.