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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 4. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Appendix (search)
or Bomazeen Bomazeen is spoken of by Penhallow as ‘the famous warrior and chieftain of Norridgewock.’ He was killed in the attack of the English upon Norridgewock, in 1724.from Tacconock Has sent his runners to Norridgewock, With tidings that Moulton and Harmon of York Far up the river have come: They have left their boats, they have entered the wood, And filled the depths of the solitude With the sound of the ranger's drum. On the brow of a hill, which slopes to meet The flowing river, and gore, A grim and naked head is thrust Within the chapel-door. “Ha—Bomazeen! In God's name say, What mean these sounds of bloody fray?” Silent, the Indian points his hand To where across the echoing glen Sweep Harmon's dreaded ranger-band, And Moulton with his men. “Where are thy warriors, Bomazeen? Where are De Rouville Hertel de Rouville was an active and unsparing enemy of the English. He was the leader of the combined French and Indian forces which destroyed Deerfield and massac