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Side 199 - For tho' the Giant Ages heave the hill And break the shore, and evermore Make and break, and work their will; Tho' world on world in myriad myriads roll Round us, each with different powers, And other forms of life than ours, What know we greater than the soul ? On God and Godlike men we build our trust.
Side 82 - Buffalo creek, on lake Erie; thence south to the north boundary of the State of Pennsylvania; thence west to the end of the said north boundary; thence south along the west boundary of the said State to the river Ohio; the said line, from the mouth of the Oyonwayea to the Ohio, shall be the western boundary of the lands of the Six Nations...
Side 101 - ... fork of Stedman's creek, which empties into the river Niagara, above fort Schlosser; and then onward, from that fork, continuing the same straight course, to that river ; (this line, from the mouth of Oyongwongyeh creek to the river Niagara, above fort Schlosser, being the eastern boundary of a strip of land, extending from the same line to Niagara river, which the...
Side 101 - The land of the Seneka nation is bounded as follows: Beginning on Lake Ontario, at the north-west corner of the land they sold to Oliver Phelps...
Side 82 - A line shall be drawn, beginning at the mouth of a creek about four miles east of Niagara, called Oyonwayea, or Johnston's Landing-Place, upon the lake named by the Indians Oswego, and by us Ontario; from thence southerly in a direction always four miles east of the...
Side 83 - Britain; thence along the said boundary line, until it meets with the line of cession from the State of New York to the United States; thence along the said line of cession, to the northwest corner of the State of Pennsylvania; and thence east along the northern boundary line of the State of Pennsylvania to the said place of beginning.
Side 53 - Indians say, that the fort on the big hill, or Ge-nun-de-wah, near the head of Canandaigua Lake, was surrounded by a monstrous serpent, whose head and tail came together at the gate. A long time it lay there, confounding the people with its breath. At length they attempted to make their escape some with their...
Side 53 - Two orphan children, who had escaped this general destruction by being left some time before on the outside of the fort, were informed by an oracle of the means by which they could get rid of their formidable enemy - which was, to take a small bow and a poisoned arrow, made of a kind of willow, and with that shoot the serpent under its scales.
Side 84 - The Commonwealth of Massachusetts may grant the right of preemption of the whole or any part of the said lands and territories to any person or persons who by virtue of such grant shall have good right to extinguish by purchase the claims of the native Indians...
Side 134 - N|ow while he sings he has strong drink with him. Now it comes to his mind that perchance evil has arisen because of strong drink and he resolves to use it nevermore. Now he continually thinks of this every day and every hour. Yea, he continually thinks of this. Then a time comes and he craves drink again for he thinks that he can not recover his strength without it. Now two ways he thinks : what once he did and whether he will ever recover. THE TWO WAYS HE THINKS Now he thinks of the things he sees...