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A discourse occasioned by the late distressing storm which began Feb. 20th. 1716,17.

As it was deliverd March 3d. 1716,/7.

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      • Signatures: A-B⁸ C² (C2 verso blank)Booksellers advertisement, p. [33]Evans 1864.Trumbull, J.H.Connecticut, 9.Johnson. H.A.New London, 70.Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 1864)

        StatementPrinted and sold by T. Green, near the meeting-house.
        PublishersPrinted and sold by T. Green, near the meeting-house.
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        LC Classifications1717
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        Paginationxvi, 103 p. :
        Number of Pages41
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        ISBN 10nodata
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        2Early American imprints -- no. 1864.
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Lest he should grow too vain upon this encouragement, I to this day keep him under due mortification. ' At night I supped with him at the Mitre tavern, that we might renew our social intimacy at the original place of meeting.

The said committee also sent forth some of the Indians to fetch back eighteen of the Wamesit Indians that were left behind, being afraid to return with the rest, but staid about Pennagog ; among whom was that poor widow who was wounded and her son slain by the Chelmsford men, before mentioned; those came to the rest a few days after. He, however, assured the Secretary of War that, should the enemy effect a landing he would, with the help of God, do all he could to repel him.

To prevent a surprise by the Indians in the night we had a hundred men on guard, fifty at a time. Yet he also shows how prayers, chronicles, poetry, and especially commemorative art reveal an optimistic people, whose belief in the apocalypse somehow gave them the ability to transcend the woes they faced on this earth.

The Council of Safety then resolved, on July 23rd, to send William Henry Drayton and the Rev. As to the other part you are base, because I thought myself as great a giver as ever was of my ability; and yet in proportion you exceed, and have kept it till now a secret even from me, when I wondered how you were able to live with your whole little revenue. Field page images at HathiTrust• Perfect tranquillity is the general tenour of my life: good digestions, serene weather, and some other mechanick springs, wind me above it now and then, but I never fall below A discourse occasioned by the late distressing storm which began Feb.

20th. 1716,17. I am sometimes gay, but I am never sad; I have gained new friends, and have lost some old ones; my acquisitions of this kind give me a good deal of pleasure, because they have not been made lightly. That Major Robinson shall withdraw his men over Saluda, and there keep them embodied or disperse them as he pleaseth until his Excellency's orders be known.

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