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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, A book of American explorers, chapter 15 (search)
ed with rockweed and yellow flowers like gilliflowers. By noon we were within three leagues of Cape Ann; and, as we sailed along the coasts, we saw every hill and dale, and every island, full of gay ept in America, and the seventh Lord's Day after we parted with England. Monday we came from Cape Ann to go to Naimkecke, the wind northerly. I should have told you before, that, the planters spyin September, 1628. sent a shallop with two men to pilot us. These rested the sabbath with us at Cape Ann; and this day, by God's blessing and their directions, we passed the curious and difficult entr For beasts, there are some bears, and they say some lions also; for they have been seen at Cape Ann. Also here are several sorts of deer, some whereof bring three or four young ones at once, whi of wood, and fruitful, to bear corn. Also we have store of excellent harbors for ships, as at Cape Ann, and at Masathulets Bay, and at Salem, and at many other places; and they are the better, becau