Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Tom 52

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Strona 291 - Do not think that I will accuse you to the Father : there is one that accuseth you, even Moses, in whom ye trust. For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed me : for he wrote of me.
Strona 292 - For if the casting away of them be the reconciling of the world, what shall the receiving of them be, but life from the dead...
Strona 201 - ... could have spared a couple of surgeons for their relief; and many young gentlemen of that profession solicited their captains in vain for leave to go and administer help to the sick and wounded. The necessities of the poor people were well known; the remedy was easy and apparent; but the discord between the chiefs was inflamed to such a degree of diabolical...
Strona 319 - He sat naturally in the chair when I made the cast and saw every move I made in a mirror opposite, as I put the plaster on without interference with his eyesight or his free breathing through the nostrils. It was about an hour before the mold was ready to be removed, and being all in one piece, with both ears perfectly taken, it clung pretty hard, as the cheek-bones were higher than the jaws at the lobe of the ear. He bent his head low and took hold of the mold and gradually worked it off without...
Strona 201 - They were destitute of surgeons, nurses, cooks and proper provision; they were pent up between decks in small vessels, where they had not room to sit upright ; they wallowed in filth ; myriads of maggots were hatched in the putrefaction of their sores, which had no other dressing than that of being washed by themselves with their own allowance of brandy...
Strona 149 - His Majesty upon information of the unwarrantable practices which have been lately concerted and carried on in North America, and particularly of the violent and outrageous proceedings at the town and port of Boston, in the province of Massachusetts Bay, with a view of obstructing the commerce of this Kingdom, and upon grounds and pretences immediately subversive of the constitution thereof...
Strona 13 - God hath so framed the state of church government and ordinances, that they may be compatible to any common-wealth, though never so much disordered in his frame. But yet when a commonwealth hath liberty to mould his owne frame (scripturae plenitudinem adoro) I conceyve the scripture hath given full direction for the right ordering of the same, and that, in such sort as may best mainteyne the euexia of the church.
Strona 149 - SIR, — His Majesty has thought proper to order a new commission of the Treasury to be made out, in which I do not perceive your name.
Strona 333 - Hutchinson says (I. 149, 1st ed.) that Winslow, " by his prudent management, and the credit and esteem he was in with many of the members of Parliament and principal persons then in power, prevented any prejudice to the colony from either of these applications...
Strona 292 - The Whole Truth ; being a Short Essay, wherein the Author discovers what may be the Reason why the Jewish Nation are not, as yet, converted to Christianity.

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