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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 17. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Life, services and character of Jefferson Davis. (search)
Indians for the more docile blacks lest the red slave might escape to his native forest? Listen to his appeal to Governor Winthrop: Mr. Endicott and myself salute you on the Lord Jesus. We have heard of a division of women and children, and would be glad of a share—viz., a young woman or a girl and a boy, if you think good. Do we not hear Winthrop himself recount how the Pequods were taken through the Lord's great mercy, of whom the males were sent to Bermuda and the females distributedme voluntarily into the Plymouth garrison they were all sold into captivity beyond the seas? Did not Downing declare to Winthrop, if upon a just war the Lord should deliver them (the Narragansetts), we might easily have men, women, and children enounot too rudely the memories of the men who defended slavery; say naught of moral obliquity, lest the venerable images of Winthrop and Endicott be torn from the historic pages of the Pilgrim Land, and the fathers of Plymouth Rock be cast into utter da