... Bibliography of the Algonquian Languages

U.S. Government Printing Office, 1891 - 614 Seiten

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Seite 449 - The Generall Historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles: with the names of the Adventurers, Planters, and Governours from their first beginning An°: 1584, to this present 1624.
Seite 43 - II. The Natural Productions and Conveniences of the Country, suited to Trade and Improvement. III. The Native Indians, their Religion, Laws and Customs, in War and Peace.
Seite 230 - The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments ' and other rites and ceremonies of the Church according to the use of the Church of England, together with the Psalter or Psalms of David, pointed as they are to be sung or said in churches ; and the form or manner of making, ordaining, and consecrating of bishops, priests, and deacons.
Seite 452 - The History of the Colony of Nova-Caesaria, or New Jersey ; containing an account of its First Settlement, progressive improvements, the original and present Constitution, and other events, to the year 1721, with some particulars since; and a short view of its present state.
Seite 396 - The History of Pennsylvania, in North America, from the Original Institution and Settlement of that Province, under the first Proprietor and Governor William Penn, in 1681, till after the Year 1742, with an Introduction, respecting The Life of W.
Seite 185 - A further Accompt of the Progresse of the Gospel amongst the Indians in New-England, And Of the means used effectually to advance the same. Set Forth In certaine Letters sent from thence declaring a purpose of Printing the Scriptures in the Indian Tongue into which they are already Translated. With which Letters are likewise sent an Epitome of some Exhortations delivered by the Indians at a fast, as Testimonies of their obedience to the Gospell.
Seite 358 - The first Dutch translation of this extremely rare description of Pennsylvania." Sabin. 4252. . A | Letter | from | William Penn | Poprietary (sic) and Governour of | Pennsylvania In America, | to the | Committee | of the | Free Society of Traders | of that Province, residing in London. Containing | A General Description of the said Province, its Soil, Air, Water, Seasons and Produce, | both Natural and Artificial, and the good Encrease thereof.
Seite 152 - He was seventy-seven years old, and had been forty-eight years in these parts. He had learned very well the language of the Indians, who lived about there. We asked him for an Indian Bible. He said in the late Indian war, all the Bibles and Testaments were carried away, and burnt or destroyed, so that he had not been able to save any for himself; but a new edition was in press, which he hoped would be much better than the first one, though that was not to be despised.
Seite 393 - The present State of New-England, with Respect to the Indian War. Wherein is an Account of the true Reason thereof, (as far as can be judged by Men), together with most of the Remarkable Passages that have happened from the 20th of June, till the 1oth of November, 1675. Faithfully composed by a Merchant of Boston, and Communicated to his Friend in London.
Seite 246 - PEEP of DAY ; or, a Series of the Earliest Religious Instruction the Infant Mind is capable of receiving. With Verses illustrative of the Subjects.

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