The Essex Antiquarian: An Illustrated ... Magazine Devoted to the Biography, Genealogy, History and Antiquities of Essex County, Massachusetts, Volumen2

Sidney Perley
Essex Antiquarian, 1898
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Página 143 - To my Dear and loving Husband If ever two were one, then surely we. If ever man were lov'd by wife, then thee; If ever wife was happy in a man, Compare with me ye women if you can.
Página 9 - She was a Woman of a steady mind, Tender and deep in her excess of love; Not speaking much, pleased rather with the joy Of her own thoughts: by some especial care Her temper had been framed, as if to make A Being, who by adding love to peace Might live on earth a life of happiness.
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Página 143 - TO MY DEAR AND LOVING HUSBAND If ever two were one, then surely we. If ever man were loved by wife, then thee; If ever wife was happy in a man, Compare with me, ye women, if you can. I prize thy love more than whole mines of gold Or all the riches that the East doth hold. My love is such that rivers cannot quench, Nor ought but love from thee, give recompense.
Página 4 - ... gentleman, not having the fear of God before his eyes, but being moved and seduced by the instigation of the devil, on the...
Página 118 - New England's Trials : declaring the Success of 80 Ships employed thither within these eight years; and the benefit of that Countrey by Sea and Land, &c.
Página 9 - The humble worth that satisfied her heart : Frugal, affectionate, sober, and withal Keenly industrious. She with pride would tell That he was often seated at his loom, In summer, ere the mower was abroad Among the dewy grass, — in early spring, Ere the last star had vanished. — They who passed At evening, from behind the garden fence Might hear his busy spade, which he would ply, After his daily work, until the light 530 Had failed, and every leaf and flower were lost In the dark hedges.
Página 8 - Two regiments from Gen. Larned's brigade and one from Gen. Nixon's were then ordered to that station, and to defend it,, at all hazards. Generals Lincoln and Arnold immediately left the encampment and proceeded to the enemy's lines. In a few minutes Capt. Furnival's company...
Página 109 - ... smile of delight, and a grasp of the hand, And a glance of the eye that no heart could withstand. When the long rains of autumn set in from the west The mirth of the landlord was broadest and best, And the stranger who paused, over night, never knew If the clock on the mantel struck ten or struck two.
Página 7 - I will send Morgan with his riflemen, and Dearborn's infantry." Arnold says, "That is nothing; you must send a strong force.

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