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" Three days and nights my business forced me to lodge and mix with the bloody Pequod ambassadors, whose hands and arms, methought, reeked with the blood of my countrymen, murdered and massacred by them on Connecticut river, and from whom I could not but... "
History's Great Untold Stories: Obscure Events of Lasting Importance - Page 101
by Joseph Cummins - 2006 - 367 pages
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Rev. William Richards, LL.D.: Who ...

John Evans - 1819 - 396 pages
...forced me to lodge and mix with the bloody Pequot ambassadors, whose hands and arms, without, reaked with the blood of my countrymen, murdered and massacred by them on Connecticut river, and from whom I could not but nightly look for their bloody knives at my own throat...
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The American Baptist Magazine, Volume 14

1834
...business forced me to lodge and mix with the bloody Pequod ambassadors, whose hands and arms, niethonglit, reeked with the blood of my countrymen, murdered and massacred by them on the Connecticut river, and from whom I could not but nightly look for their bloody knives at my own throat also. God wond'ronsly...
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Memoir of Roger Williams: The Founder of the State of Rhode-Island

James Davis Knowles - 1834 - 437 pages
...business forced me to lodge and mix with the bloody Pequod ambassadors, whose hands and arms, methought, reeked with the blood of my countrymen, murdered and massacred by them on Connecticut river, and from whom I could not but nightly look for their bloody knives at my own throat...
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Christian Examiner, Volume 11; Volume 16

1834
...business forced me to lodge and mix with the bloody Pequod ambassadors, whose hands and arms, methought, reeked with the blood of my countrymen, murdered and massacred by them on Connecticut river, and from whom I could not but nightly look for their bloody knives at my own throat...
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Memoir of Roger Williams: The Founder of the State of Rhode-Island

James Davis Knowles - 1834 - 437 pages
...forced me to lodge and mix with the bloody Pequod ambassadors, whose hands and arms, methought, wreaked with the blood of my countrymen, murdered and massacred by them on Connecticut river, and from whom I could not but nightly look for their bloody knives at my own throat...
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Collections of the Rhode Island Historical Society: Potter, E.R ..., Volume 3

1835
...forced me to lodge and mix with the bloody Pequod ambassadors whose hands and arms, methonght, wreaked with the blood of my countrymen, murdered and massacred by them on Connecticut river, and from whom I could not but nightly look for their bloody knives at my own throat...
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Collections, Volume 3

1835
...forced me to lodge and mix with the bloody Pequod ambassadors whose hands and arms, methought, wreaked with the blood of my countrymen, murdered and massacred by them on Connecticut river, and from whom I could not but nightly look for their bloody knives at my own throat...
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A Discourse Delivered at Providence, August 5, L836: In Commemoration of the ...

John Pitman - 1836 - 72 pages
...forced me to lodge and mix with the bloody Pequod ambassadors, whose hands and arms, methought, wreaked with the blood of my countrymen, murdered and massacred by them on Connecticut river, and from whom I could not but nightly look for their bloody knives at my own throat...
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The Christian Review, Volume 4

1839
...business forced me to lodge and mix with the bloody Pequods' ambassadors, whose hands and arms, methought, reeked with the blood of my countrymen, murdered and massacred by them, and from whom I could not but nightly look for their bloody knives at my own throat also. God wondrously...
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The Spirit of Roger Williams: With a Portrait of One of His Descendants

Lorenzo Dow Johnson - 1839 - 94 pages
...forced me to lodge and mix with the bloody Pequod ambassadors, whose hands and arms, methought, wreaked with the blood of my countrymen, murdered and massacred by them on Connecticut river, and from whom I could not but nightly look for their bloodj knives at my own throat...
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