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" I LIKE IT WELL; I SHALL DIE BEFORE MY HEART IS SOFT, OR HAVE SAID ANY THING UNWORTHY OF MYSELF. "
Biography and History of the Indians of North America: Comprising a General ... - Page 43
by Samuel G. Drake - 1834 - 541 pages
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Biography and History of the Indians of North America: From Its First Discovery

Samuel G. Drake - Indians of North America - 1848 - 696 pages
...our own times says, " It may 1ю pleasing to the reader to be informed " of the fate of Nanunienoo ! When it was announced to the noble chief that he must...SOFT, OR HAVE SAID ANY THING UNWORTHY OF MYSELF." With Nanunienoo, fell into the hands of the English 4-'} others. § The author of the anonymous "Letters...
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Biography and History of the Indians of North America: From Its First Discovery

Samuel G. Drake - Indians of North America - 1848 - 696 pages
...our own times says, " It may be pleasing to the reader to be informed " of the fate of Nanuntenoo ! When it was announced to the noble chief that he must...not in the least daunted, and all he is reported to hnve said is this : — « I LIKE IT WELL ; I SHALL DIE BEFORE MY HEART IS SOFT, OR HAVE SAID ANY THING...
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The natural history of mankind

Stephen Henry Ward - Human beings - 1849 - 207 pages
...there to mourn for Logan ? Not one ! " A chief, who was condemned to death, said to those about him, " I like it well ; I shall die before my heart is soft, or I have said anything unworthy of myself." The following oration was made by Ongpatonga, chief of the...
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Biography and History of the Indians of North America: From Its First Discovery

Samuel G. Drake - Indians of North America - 1851 - 720 pages
...our own times says, " It may be pleasing to the reader to be informed " of the fate of Nanunďenoo ! When it was announced to the noble chief that he must...DIE BEFORE MY HEART IS SOFT, OR HAVE SAID ANY THING UNWCRTHY OF MYSELF." With Nanuntenoo, fell into the hands of the English 43 others. § The author of...
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Biography and History of the Indians of North America: From Its First Discovery

Samuel G. Drake - Indians of North America - 1851 - 720 pages
...times says, " It may be pleasing to the reader to be informed " of the fate of Л'апип1епоо ! When it was announced to the noble chief that he must be put to denth, he was not in the least daunted, and all he is reported to have said is this : — " I LIKE...
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Pictorial History of King Philip's War: Comprising a Full and Minute Account ...

Daniel Strock - King Philip's War, 1675-1676 - 1851 - 448 pages
...officers decided that he should be shot. When this sentence was announced to him, his answer was, " I like it well. I shall die before my heart is soft, or I have said any thing unworthy of myself." He was accused of cruelty and perfidy. In reply, he reminded...
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History of the Early Discovery of America and Landing of the Pilgrims: With ...

Samuel G. Drake - America - 1854 - 720 pages
...our own times says, " It may be pleasing to the reader to be informed " of the fate of Nanuntenoo ! When it was announced to the noble chief that he must...SOFT, OR HAVE SAID ANY THING UNWORTHY OF MYSELF." With Nanuntenoo, fell into the hands of the English 4'} others. § The author of the anonymous "Letters...
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AMERICAN HISTORY: COMPRISING HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF THE INDIAN TRIBES A ...

MARCUS WILLSON - 1857
...was announced to him that he must be put to death, he is reported to have said, " I like it ivell; I shall die before my heart is soft, or have said any thing unworthy of myself" One of Philip's most famous counsellors or captains was Annaivon, a Wampanoag chief, who had also served...
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The New England History: From the Discovery of the Continent by ..., Volume 1

Charles Wyllys Elliott - America - 1857
...up. " You too much child," he said ; "let your Captain come." When told " he was to die," he said : " I like it well ; I shall die before my heart is soft, or I say any thing unworthy of Canonchet." He was shot at Stonington, and died as he had lived, simply...
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the new england history

charles w. elliott - 1857
...came up. "You too much child," he said ; "let your Captain come/' When told "he was to die/' he said : "I like it well ; I shall die before my heart is soft, or I say any thing unworthy of Canonchet." He was shot at Stonington, and died as he had lived, simply...
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