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" You, in former days, set a silver basin before us, wherein there was the leg of a beaver, and desired all the nations to come and eat of it; to eat in peace and plenty, and not to be churlish to one another: and that if any such person should be found... "
Historical Tales, the Romance of Reality: American - Página 100
por Charles Morris - 1893 - 328 páginas
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The Aboriginal Races of North America: Comprising Biographical Sketches of ...

Samuel G. Drake - 1859 - 736 páginas
...be churlish to one another : and that if any such person should be found to be a disturber, I here lay down by the edge of the dish a rod, which you...foolish, in my old days, I desire you may use it upon me us well as others. — Now, fathers, it is you who are the disturbers in this land, by coming and building...
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The Diary of George Washington, from 1789 to 1791: Embracing the Opening of ...

George Washington - 1860 - 248 páginas
...to be churlish to one another; and that if any such person should be found to be a disturber, I here lay down by the edge of the dish a rod, which you...it upon me as well as others. " Now, fathers, it is yon who are the disturbers in this land, by coming and building your towns, and taking it away unknown...
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The Aboriginal Races of North America: Comprising Biographical Sketches of ...

Samuel G. Drake - 1860 - 736 páginas
...to one another : and that if any such person should be tin mil to be a disturber, I here lay down In the edge of the dish a rod, which you must scourge...old days, I desire you may use it upon me as well as other*. — Now, fathers, it is you who are the disturbers in this land, by coming and building your...
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The Olden Time: A Monthly Publication Devoted to the Preservation of ...

Neville B. Craig - 1876
...be churlish to one another ; and that if any such person should be found to -be a disturber, I here lay down by the edge of the dish a rod, which you...father should get foolish, in my old days, I desire yon may use it upon me as well as others. "'Now, fathers,- it is you who are the disturbers in this...
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The Discovery and Conquests of the Northwest: Including the Early History of ...

Rufus Blanchard - 1880 - 514 páginas
...to be churlish to one another; and that if any such person should be found to bo a disturber, I here lay down by the edge of the dish a rod, which you...desire you may use it upon me, as well as others. "Jfow, fathers, it is you who are the disturbers in this land, by coming and building your towns, and...
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The Aboriginal Races of North America: Comprising Biographical Sketches of ...

Samuel G. Drake - 1880 - 788 páginas
...be churlish to one another : and that if any sucn person should be found to be a disturber, 1 here lay down by the edge of the dish a rod, which you must scourge them with ; ana if your father should get foolish, in my old days, I desire you may use it upon me as well is...
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The National Magazine: A Monthly Journal of American History, Volumen6

1887
...to be churlish to one another; and that if any such person should be found to be a disturber, I here lay down by the edge of the dish a rod, which you must scourge them with. And if I, your father, should get foolish in my old days, I desire you may use it upon me as well as others....
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The Writings of George Washington: 1748-1757

George Washington - 1889
...be churlish to one another : and that if any such Person should be found to be a Disturber, I here lay down by the Edge of the Dish a Rod, which you must scourge them with ; and if I your Father, should get foolish, in my old Days, I desire you may use it upon me as well as others....
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...From Farm House to the White House: The Life of George Washington

William M. Thayer - 1890 - 503 páginas
...be churlish to one another ; and that if any such person should be found to be a disturber, I here lay down by the edge of the dish a rod, which you...others. " Now, fathers, it is you who are the disturbers i: this land, by coming and building your towns, and taking it away unknown to us, and by force. "...
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Camps and Firesides of the Revolution

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1902 - 309 páginas
...father should get foolish in your old days, you desired that we might use it upon you as well as on others. " Now, fathers, it is you who are the disturbers...land, by coming and building your towns, and taking our land away unknown to us and by force. " The Great Being above allowed the land to be a place of...
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