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" ... of years past, they would never (to the end of the world) build houses, make townships, or villages, or manure, or improve the land as it ought to be ; therefore it stands neither with Christian policy nor conscience, to suffer so good and fruitful... "
History and Proceedings of the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association; 1870-1879 - Σελίδα 322
1898
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...would prefer to have practically applied to any other person than to himself. He concludes thus : — 1 Again, his Majesty may take this course in ' conscience...doth now lie waste ; by reason whereof that which ' inhabited is not smproved to half the value; but ' when the undertakers are planted among them, '...

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