Diary of Anna Green Winslow: A Boston School Girl of 1771

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Houghton, Mifflin, 1894 - 121 oldal

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1. oldal - Let them praise his name in the dance: Let them sing praises unto him with the timbrel and harp. 4 For the Lord taketh pleasure in his people: he will beautify the meek with salvation.
42. oldal - Boast not thyself of to-morrow; for thou knowest not what a day may bring forth.
106. oldal - Let men of God in courts and churches watch O'er such as do a toleration hatch ; Lest that ill egg bring forth a cockatrice, To prison all with heresy and vice.
111. oldal - I frequented, and from them the scholars were indulged in the spectacle of all kinds of punishments, suited to harden their hearts and brutalize their feelings. Here women were taken from a huge cage, in which they were dragged on wheels from prison, and tied to the post with bare backs, on which thirty or forty lashes were bestowed amid the...
71. oldal - I suppose was taken out of the back part of an old wig. But D made it (our head) all carded together and twisted up. When it first came home, aunt put it on, & my new cap on it, she then took up her apron...
70. oldal - Tail, but is a mixture of that & horsehair (very coarse) & a little human hair of a yellow hue that I suppose was taken out of the back part of an old wig. But D.
106. oldal - Dim eye, deaf ear, cold stomach, shew My dissolution is in view; Eleven times seven near lived have I, And now God calls, I willing die.
16. oldal - I did some time since, I wrote all the invitation cards. There was a large company assembled in a handsome, large, upper room in the new end of the house. We had two fiddles, & I had the honor to open the diversion of the evening in a minuet with miss Soley.
108. oldal - We, the daughters of those patriots who have, and do now, appear for the public interest, and in that principally regard their posterity — as such, do with pleasure engage with them in denying ourselves the drinking of foreign tea, in hopes to frustrate a plan which tends to deprive a whole community of all that is valuable in life.
17. oldal - I was dress'd in my yellow coat, black bib & apron, black feathers on my head, my past comb, & all my past garnet marquesett & jet pins, together with my silver plume — my loket, rings, black collar round my neck, black mitts & 2 or 3 yards of blue ribbin, (black & blue is high tast) striped tucker and ruffels (not my best) & my silk shoes compleated my dress.

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