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" Concerning the killing of those poor Indians, of which we heard at first by report, and since by more certain relation. Oh, how happy a thing had it been, if you had converted some, before you had killed any; besides where blood is once begun to be shed,... "
Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society - Página 164
1856
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The History of the Early Puritans: From the Reformation to the Opening of ...

John Buxton Marsden - 1853 - 460 páginas
...at Lcyden ; and when they looked for his congratulations he wrote thus in mournful accents : — " How happy a thing had it been if you had converted some, before you had killed any 1" A few years passed, and another scene of carnage denies the history of the pilgrims of America....
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The National Magazine, Volume 5

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1854
...doubted whether there was not wanting that tenderness of the life of man which was meet, and added : " О how happy a thing had it been, if you had converted some before yon killed any." He seems to have been heartily loved by his people, and deserving all their love;...
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The National Magazine, Volume 5

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1854
...whether there was not wanting that tenderness of the life of man which was meet, and added : " О hew happy a thing had it been, if you had converted some before yon killed any." He seems to have been heartily loved by his people, and deserving all their love ;...
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History of Plymouth Plantation

William Bradford - 1856 - 476 páginas
...mutualy, I know, comunicate your letters, as I desire yon may doe these, &c." HISTORY OF Concerning y« killing of those poor Indeans,* of which we heard...certaine relation, oh ! how happy a thing had it been, if yon had converted some, before you had killed any ; besids, wher bloud is one begune to be shed, it...
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Manual of United States History: From 1492 to 1850

Samuel Eliot - 1856 - 483 páginas
...relation to the slaughter of several natives suspected of conspiring against that settlement — " O, how happy a thing had it been, if you had converted some, before you had killed any. Besides, where blood is once begun to be shed, it is seldom stanched of a long time after. . . . It...
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Bibliotheca Sacra, Volume 18

Edwards Amasa Park, Bela Bates Edwards, Samuel Harvey Taylor, George Ediward Day, George Frederick Wright - 1861
...it was on hearing the news, that Robinson, in the genuine spirit of Puritanism, wrote to them : " O how happy a thing had it been, if you had converted some before you had killed any !" And what Christian heart would not utter the same regret ? But probably neither Robinson, nor any...
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The Bibliotheca Sacra and Biblical Repository, Volume 18

1861
...it was on hearing the news, that Robinson, in the genuine spirit of Puritanism, wrote to them : " O how happy a thing had it been, if you had converted some before you had killed any !" And what Christian heart would not utter the same regret? But probably neither Robinson, nor any...
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Christian Churches: The Noblest Form of Social Life, The Representatives of ...

Joseph Angus - 1862 - 76 páginas
...the killing of those poor Indians, of which we heard at first by report, and since by more certain relation, oh ! how happy a thing had it been, if you had converted some before you had killed any ; besides, when blood is once begun to be shed, it is seldom stanched of a long time after. You will...
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Lectures Delivered in a Course Before the Lowell Institute, in Boston

Massachusetts Historical Society - 1869 - 498 páginas
...concerning the seven Indians who fell in this conflict, that John Robinson -wrote the often-quoted words : " Oh, how happy a thing had it been, if you had converted some before you had killed any ! " So Cotton said, afterwards, to the colonists of Massachusetts Bay : " Offend not the poor natives...
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EXERCISES OF CONSECRATION OF THE MONUMENT GROUND ON CAPTAIN'S HILL

MYLES STANDISH - 1871
...number of hostile Indians at Wessagusset (now Weymouth), in 1623, wrote thus to Governor Bradford: "How happy a thing had it been if you had converted some before you had killed any. . . . Upon this occasion let me be bold to exhort you seriously to consider the disposition of your...
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