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The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 5. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Margaret Smith's Journal (search)
r from that of his father-in-law, the learned Mr. Ward. Madam, his wife, is a fair, pleasing young Simple Cobbler of Agawam, was much admired. Mr. Ward said that some of the witty turns therein didin the great hall below, notwithstanding that Mr. Ward, when he took leave, bade Doctor Thompson takI have been in the Colony. November 24. Mr. Ward's negro girl Dinah came for me yesterday, sayt with her, and was shown into the study. Mr. Ward said he had sent for me to have some discourse he did, and, when he did come into the room, Mr. Ward told him that he might see by the plight of hson, and his lip quivering. Let me tell you, Mr. Ward, that you greatly wrong one of Christ's littlme of the blameless life of such an one, said Mr. Ward, in a loud, angry tone; it is the Devil's var My brother was about to reply, but, seeing Mr. Ward so moved and vexed, I begged of him to say noe. November 28, 1678. Leonard hath left Mr. Ward, and given up the thought of fitting for the [17 more...]
The writings of John Greenleaf Whittier, Volume 5. (ed. John Greenleaf Whittier), Tales and Sketches (search)
out of the colony. Truly he hath, answered Mr. Ward, but the evil seed they have sown here continlishmen. In answer to the eager inquiries of Mr. Ward, Captain Eaton, the leader of the party, stath of his father. He then proceeded to inform Mr. Ward, that letters had been received from the goveews do you bring us of the savages? inquired Mr. Ward. The people have sinned, and the heathen ave, indeed, done well for the spiritual, said Mr. Ward; what have you done for your temporal defence teeth:— Nummus quantum. Nay, nay, said Mr. Ward, turning away from the savage, his heart is fhe idols shall he utterly abolish. Of thee, John Ward, and of thy priestly brotherhood, I ask nothg to his works. Such damnable heresy, said Mr. Ward, addressing his neighbors, must not be permith the brush-wood. Vile heretic! exclaimed Mr. Ward, snatching a musket from the hands of his neiof the river. The enemy hath prevailed, said Mr. Ward; two women were grinding at my mill, the one [9 more...]