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" Parents were separated from children, and husbands from wives, some of whom have not to this day met again ; and we were so crowded in the transport vessels, that we had not room even for all our bodies to lay down at once, and consequently were prevented... "
Memoirs of the Life of Anthony Benezet - Page 98
by Roberts Vaux, Anthony Benezet - 1817 - 156 pages
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An Appeal from the Judgments of Great Britain Respecting the United States ...

Robert Walsh - 1819 - 512 pages
...affluent circumstances, many found themselves destitute of the necessaries of life: Parents were separated from children, and husbands from wives, some of whom have not to this day met again ; and we were so crowded in the transport vessels, that we had not room even for all our bodies to...
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British America, Volume 1

John Macgregor - 1832 - 484 pages
...circumstances, many found themselves destitute of the necessaries of life : parents were separated from children, and husbands from wives, some of whom have not to this day met again ; and we were so crowded in the transport vessels, that we had not room even for all our bodies to...
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Select Miscellanies: Chiefly Illustrative of the History, Christian ...

Wilson Armistead - 1851
...affluent circumstances, many found themselves destitute of the necessaries of life, and parents separated from children, and husbands from wives, some of whom...vessels, that we had not room even for all our bodies to lie down at once, and, consequently, were prevented from carrying with us proper necessaries, especially...
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Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1854 - 102 pages
...I-eft on the land, extending their arms, with wildest entreaties. PAGE 39. "Parents were separated from children, and husbands from wives, some of whom have not to this day met again ; and we were so crowded in the transport vessels, that we had not room even for all our bodies to...
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Anthony Benezet, from the original memoir [by R. Vaux] revised, with ...

Roberts Vaux - 1859
...affluent circumstances, many found themselves destitute of the necessaries of life parents separated from children, and husbands from wives, some of whom...so crowded in the transport vessels that we had not even room for all to lay down at once, and, consequently, were prevented from carrying with us proper...
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The New World: Embracing American History, Volume 1

Henry Howard Brownell - 1862
...circumstances, many found themselves destitute of the necessaries of life ; parents were separated from children, and husbands from wives, some of whom have not, to this day, met again ; and we were so crowded in the transport- vessels that we had not room even for all our bodies to...
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The Northmen in America. The Spaniards in America. The Portuguese in America ...

Henry Howard Brownell - 1863
...circumstances, many found themselves destitute of the necessaries of life ; parents were separated from children, and husbands from wives, some of whom have not, to this day, met again; and we were so crowded in the transport- vessels that we had not room even for all our bodies to lie...
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The Complete Poetical Works

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1864
...Left on the land, extending their arms, with wildest entreaties. PAGE 18. "Parents were separated from children, and husbands from wives, some of whom have not to this day met again ; and we were so crowded in the transport vessels, that we had not room even for all our bodies to...
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Evangeline, a tale [in verse] illustr. from designs by J.E. Benham, B ...

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1866
...Left on the land, extending their arms, with wildest entreaties. PAGE 49. " Parents were separated from children, and husbands from wives, some of whom have not to this day met again ; and we were so crowded in the transport vessels, that we had not room even for all our bodies to...
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Acadia: A Lost Chapter in American History

Philip Henry Smith - 1884 - 381 pages
...affluent circumstances, many found themselves destitute of the necessaries of life: parents were separated from children, and husbands from wives, some of whom have not to this day met again ; and we were so crowded in the transport vessels, that we had not room even for all our bodies to...
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