A History of Three of the Judges of King Charles I. Major-General Whalley, Major-General Goffe, and Colonel Dixwell: Who, at the Restoration, 1660, Fled to America; and Were Secreted and Concealed, in Massachusetts and Connecticut, for Near Thirty Years

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Elisha Babcock., 1794 - 357 страници
 

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Страница 77 - ... mile from this cave, supplied them daily with food, sometimes carrying it himself, and at other times sending it by his boys, tied up in a cloth, with directions to leave it on a certain stump, from which the judges would take it. "The incident which caused them to leave the cave was this : the mountain being a haunt for wild animals, one night as the judges lay in bed, a panther or catamount, putting his head into the aperture of the cave, blazed his eyeballs in such a frightful manner as greatly...
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Страница 118 - ... Whalley between 1674 and 1676, which is the first vital difference between the narratives published up to this time and the theory of the present essayist. Let us examine, then, their authorities for this assertion. A letter of Goffe's to his wife, in England, dated 1674, in which he says of Whalley, "your old friend, Mr. R., is yet living, but continues in that weak condition of which I formerly have given you account, and have not now much to add.
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