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" Heart to a dastardly Enemy. We are of the Race of the Bear, and a Bear you know never yields, while one Drop of Blood is left. We must all be Bears; giving a sixth Belt. "Brethren be patient, this Disaster is an Affliction which has fallen from Heaven... "
AN AUTHENTIC AND COMPREHENSIVE HISTORY OF BUFFALO WITH SOME ACCOUNT OF ITS ... - Page 92
by WILLIAM KETCHUM - 1864
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The History of the Five Indian Nations of Canada, which are Dependent on the ...

Cadwallader Colden - Canada - 1747 - 487 pages
...Blood Is left. " We muft all be Bears ; giving a fixth Belt " Brethren be patient, this Difafter is an Affliction " which has fallen from Heaven upon us. The Sun, " which hath been cloudy, and fent this Difafter, will " fhine again with its pleafant Beams. Take Courage, " fiiidhe, Courage, repeating...
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The History of the Five Indian Nations of Canada,: Which are Dependent on ...

Cadwallader Colden - Canada - 1755 - 260 pages
...all be Bears ; giving '.<'. a fixth Belt. *' Brethren, be patient, this Difafter is an Af" fliclion which has fallen from Heaven upon " us. The Sun, which hath been cloudy, and " fent this Difafter, will fhine again with its plea" fant Beams. Take Courage, faid he, Courage, .*'....
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Discourse Delivered Before the New-York Historical Society: At Their ...

DeWitt Clinton - Indians of North America - 1812 - 81 pages
...is ' left. We must all be Bears ; giving a sixth Belt. ' Brethren, ' Be patient, this Disaster is an affliction which ' has fallen from Heaven upon us....word several times ' as they gave a seventh Belt. (To the English.) ' Brethren, ' Thr#e years ago we were engaged in a bloody ' War with the French,...
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Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year ...

New-York Historical Society - New York (State) - 1814
...left. We must all be bears. (Giving a sixth belt.) * " BRETHREN, " Be patient ; this disaster is an affliction which has fallen from Heaven upon us. The...shine again with its pleasant beams. Take courage, courage — (Repeating the word several times as they gave a seventh belt.) (To the English.} " BRETHREN,...
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Annals of Tryon County: Or, the Border Warfare of New York, During the ...

William W. Campbell - Cherry Valley (N.Y.) - 1831 - 269 pages
...left. We must all be bears. (Giving a sixth belt.) " Brethren ! — Be patient ; this disaster is an affliction which has fallen from Heaven upon us. The...shine again with its pleasant beams. Take courage, courage — (Repeating the word several times as they gave a seventh belt.) (To the English.) " Brethren...
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The Life and Writings of De Witt Clinton

DeWitt Clinton, William W. Campbell - Canals - 1849 - 381 pages
...is left. We must all be bears. (Giving a sixth belt.) " BRETHREN, " Be patient ; this disaster is an affliction which has fallen from Heaven upon us. The...shine again with its pleasant beams. Take courage, courage — (Repeating the word several times as they gave a seventh belt.) (To the English.) " BRETHREN,...
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The Life and Writings of De Witt Clinton

DeWitt Clinton, William W. Campbell - Canals - 1849 - 381 pages
...which hath been cloudy, and sent this disaster, will shine again with its pleasant beams. Take courage, courage — (Repeating the word several times as they gave a seventh belt.) (To the English.) " BRETHREN, " Three years ago we were engaged in a bloody war with the French, and...
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An Authentic and Comprehensive History of Buffalo: With Some ..., Volume 1

William Ketchum - Buffalo (N. Y.) - 1864
...belt of vigilance, that you may be more watchful, for the future. We give our brethren, eye-water, to make them sharp sighted; giving a fourth belt....encouragement, but notwithstanding this wise counsel and profers of assistance and support, many of the English residents, were so alarmed, and disheartened,...
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The Rise of the Republic of the United States

Richard Frothingham - United States - 1872 - 640 pages
...bemoan the blood shed at Schenectady by the perfidious French. Brethren, be patient. This disaster is an affliction which has fallen from heaven upon us. The sun, which hath been cloudy, will shine again with his pleasant beams. Take courage, coin-age," repeating the words. " Send to New...
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Annals of Tryon County: Or, The Border Warfare of New York During the Revolution

William W. Campbell - Cherry Valley (N.Y.) - 1880 - 312 pages
...left. We must all be bears, (Giving a sixth belt.) "Brethren / — Be patient ; this disaster is an affliction which has fallen from heaven upon us. The...been cloudy, and sent this disaster, will shine again • This was spoken to the English, who were about reraeving from Albany. 27 with its pleasant beams....
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