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ining together of houses and towns. With Roger Williams. long poles fixed in the ground, and bent lanted in the hearts of the wildest of the R. Williams, <*>. XXIII. sonnes of men a high and honore industry of the women were squandered in R. Williams, 36. festivities. The hospitality of the Ines. The claws of the grisly bear formed a R. Williams, 107 proud collar for a war-chief; a piece tion, while the mean and the obscure among R. Williams, 29. them had not even a name. Hence to asn which they dwelt. The god of the savage R. Williams, c. XXI. was what the metaphysician endeavo, or his heart beat, he knows that it is a R. Williams. spirit. A god resides in the flint, to girow spontaneously; there are the shades of R. Williams, 21. the forefathers of the red men. Thire inconsiderable. Neither John Eliot nor Roger Williams was able to change essentially the habits . It is a curious coincidence, that among R Williams, 80. Le Clercq, Relation de la Gaspesie, 152[1 more...]
lands.) Why so named, II. 315. Quakers and Puritans in, 316. Slavery introduced, 317. Its laws, 319. West New Jersey bought by Quakers, 357. Treaty with the Indians, 359. Dispute with the duke of York, 360. Its prosperity, 362. Andros in East New Jersey, 410. Scotch emigrants, 411. Under Andros, in. 46. Under Lord Cornbury, 48,50, 63. New Netherlands discovered by Hudson, II. 264. Description of, 266, 269. Colonized, 274. Its charter, 279. Indian wars, 288. Truce made by R. Williams, 291. Strife with New England, 295.. Conquers New Sweden, 296. Tolerant, 300. Slavery introduced, 303. Struggle of the people for power, 304 Under Stuyvesant, 106 Dispute with Baltimore's agent, 308 With New, England, 310. Conquered by England, 313. Recovered by the Dutch, 322. Reconquered by the English, 325. See New York. New Orleans founded, III. 351. New Sweden, De Vries's colony, II. 281. Swedes and Finns in, 286. Conquest by the Dutch, 296. Subject to the city of Ams