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" Baptist, his harbinger, or, if he was ever there, had forgot his first lessons, to offer violence to no man, and to part with the cloak rather than needlessly contend for the coat, though taken away without order. A little chimney is soon fired ; so was... "
A Biographical Dictionary: Containing a Brief Account of the First Settlers ... - 431. oldal
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The Bay Colony: A Civil, Religious and Social History of the Massachusetts ...

William Dummer Northend - 1896 - 349 oldal
...entered the school of our Saviour Christ, or of John Baptist, his harbinger, or if he was ever there, had forgot his first lessons, to offer violence to no...soon fired; so was the Plymouth captain, a man of very little stature, yet of a very hot and angry temper. The fire of his passion soon kindled and blown...

Scribner's Popular History of the United States, 1. kötet

William Cullen Bryant - 1896
...base of operations, defied the Captain. High words passed and might have ended in bloodshed, for as "a little chimney is soon fired, so was the Plymouth captain, a man of very little stature, yet of a very hot and angry temper." * But the fortifiBarricade at Cape Ann. cation...

Scribner's Popular History of the United States: From the Earliest ..., 1. kötet

William Cullen Bryant, Sydney Howard Gay, Noah Brooks - 1898
...base of operations, defied the Captain. High words passed and might have ended in bloodshed, for as "a little chimney is soon fired, so was the Plymouth captain, a man of very little stature, yet of a very hot and angry temper." 1 But the fortifi1 Hubliard's History of...

A History of the United States and Its People: From Their Earliest ..., 2. kötet

Elroy McKendree Avery - 1905
...and a Plymouth company were sent to drive out the intruders. A compromise was effected although, as "a little chimney is soon fired, so was the Plymouth Captain, a man of very 5 little stature, yet of a very hot and angry temper." In i 6 2 1625, a colony settled at Mount...

The English in America: The Puritan colonies

John Andrew Doyle - 1887
...school of our Saviour Christ, or of John the Baptist. His harbinger, or, if he was ever there, had forgot his first lessons, to offer violence to no...contend for the coat, though taken away without order.' Massachusetts showed but little respect for that ' lesson ' in her dealings with her neighbours, though...

English Colonies in America ...

John Andrew Doyle - 1889
...school of our Saviour Christ, or of John the Baptist, His harhinger, or, if he was ever there, had forgot his first lessons, to offer violence to no...contend for the coat, though taken away without order." Massachusetts showed but little respect for that " lesson * in her dealings with her neighbors, though...

The Apprenticeship of Washington: And Other Sketches of Significant Colonial ...

George Hodges - 1909 - 233 oldal
...were a great Captain, yet he was but a little Man." William Hubbard, also, already quoted, said, " A little chimney is soon fired : so was the Plymouth captain, a man of very little stature, yet of a very hot and hasty temper." There is no authentic portrait of Standish,...

The Apprenticeship of Washington: And Other Sketches of Significant Colonial ...

George Hodges - 1909 - 233 oldal
...were a great Captain, yet he was but a little Man." William Hubbard, also, already quoted, said, " A little chimney is soon fired: so was the Plymouth captain, a man of very little stature, yet of a very hot and hasty temper." There is no authentic portrait of Standish,...

History of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647, 1. kötet

William Bradford - 1912
...or, if he was ever there, had forgot his first lessons, to offer violence to no man [Luke, in. 14], and to part with the cloak rather than needlessly contend for the coat [Math. v. 40], though taken away without order. A little chimney is soon fired; so was the Plymouth...

New England and New France: Contrasts and Parallels in Colonial History

James Douglas - 1913 - 560 oldal
...first lesson — to offer violence to no man, and to part with the cloak rather than needlessly contest for the coat, — though taken away without order....soon fired: so was the Plymouth captain, a man of a very little stature, yet of a very hot and angry temper." 1 At this stage of the negotiations harmony...




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