Monograph on the Southgate Family of Scarborough, Maine: Their Ancestors and Descendants

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H.W.Bryant, 1907 - 60 pages

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Page 27 - ... having the testimony of a good conscience ; in the communion of the catholic Church ; in the confidence of a certain faith ; in the comfort of a reasonable, religious, and holy hope ; in favour with thee our God, and in perfect charity with the world.
Page 1 - Nature's hand, in air their pale red blossoms wave. And on the margin of yon orchard hill Are marks where timeworn battlements have been, And in the tall grass traces linger still Of "arrowy frieze and wedged ravelin.
Page 1 - Falmouth in 1690, leaving one daughter, wife of Matthew Collins. Matthew was master of one of the transports in Sir William Phipp's expedition to Canada, and died of the fleet fever soon after his return; he was the last surviving male of that race, and the name in this branch is extinct in this country. The widow of the first Andrew married Samuel Walker. Several of Andrew's children were married and settled near him before his death ; first John, then Palmer ; the others followed fronting the marsh...
Page 2 - Alger a tract of land begining att the Mouth of ye River called Blew Poynt River, where the River doth part, and soe bounded up along with the river called...
Page 1 - And on the margin of yon orchard hill Are marks where time-worn battlements have been, And in the tall grass traces linger still Of " arrowy frieze and wedged ravelin." Five hundred of her brave that Valley green Trod on the morn in soldier-spirit gay ; But twenty lived to tell the noon-day scene And where are now the twenty ? Passed away. Has Death no triumph-hours, save on the battle-day?
Page 2 - Indian, and soe up three score pooles above the falls on the one side, and on the other side bounded up along with the northernmost River that Dreaneth by the great hill of Abram...
Page 40 - Who can forget that room, walled and double walled with books, the baize-covered desk in the corner by the window, loaded with the fresh philosophic and theologic treasures of the European press, and the little figure in the long gray wrapper seated there, the figure so frail and slight that, as one of his friends remarked, it seemed as though it would not be much of a change for him to take on a spiritual body ; the beautifully moulded brow, crowned with its thick, wavy, sharply-parted...
Page 1 - English settlement in the region; it was separated from his brother's by a creek or brook; he died without issue. Andrew had six children; three sons: John, Andrew and Mathew, and three daughters: Elizabeth, married to John Palmer...
Page 40 - Smith, great learning, the best literary and philosophical culture, wise, discriminating thought, and absolute devotion to Christ and his kingdom.
Page 15 - Knox, my love," quite roused me ; he came up, took my hand very gracefully, pres't it to his lips and begged leave to congratulate me on the event that had lately taken place. After a few minutes' conversation " And pray, sir," said he, turning to Mr. Bowne "when did this happy event take place ? " I felt my face glow, but Mr. Bowne, always delicate and collected, said " Tis not a fortnight since, Sir.

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