Excerpt from Indian Nullification of the Unconstitutional Laws of Massachusetts, Relative to the Marshpee Tribe: Or, the Pretended Riot Explained
IT being my desire, as well as my duty as a. Preacher of the gospel, to do as much good as in me ley'to my red brethren, I occasionally paid them a visit, announc ing arid explaining to them the word of. Life, when opa portunity offered. I knew that no people onxearth were more neglected; yet whenever I attempted to supply their spiritual wants, I was Opposed and ob structed by the whites around them, as was the prac tice of those who dwelt about my native tribe, (the Pequods,) in Groton, Conn. Of which more will be said in another place.
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