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Travel journal, August April ; second visit to Ireland; London to Ireland; brief, factual entries. Pennsylvania Mag. XL Batts, Thomas d.

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Extracts in most anthologies of American literature. Increase of Boston. Religious diary, January December ; religious observations and self- analysis; some public and family matters, illness, Indian affairs; pious and ejacula- tory style. XIII 1 Another version of his diary November May , which is somewhat less theo- logical and of more general interest, Massachusetts Hist.

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Private diary, June-September extracts ; mostly accounts, with a few farming and social notes; interesting spellings. Trumbull, History of Northampton Northampton, I Lawrence d. Diary and commonplace book, March April some dates disordered ; personal and social notes, outstanding local and public events, deaths, weather; recipes; fairly amusing antiquarian material, with some linguistic interest. VII ; brief addi- tional entry, ibid.

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Detailed but rather formalized accounts of travel and descrip- tions of country; lengthy and valuable account of the early colonial scene. Murphy, Memoirs Long Island Hist. I ; translated and edited by B. James and J.

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Peter of Milton, Mass. Private diary, April February with gap ; brief but varied entries, partly in cipher; personal and local affairs of some interest; language interesting.

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