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fulfil a promise


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  • They came, they said, to fulfil a promise they had made their Father to throw in their lot with his children and that their fellow-countrymen wished to assure him that they also would have followed if the Mohawks and Onondagas, between whose cantons they dwelt, had not held them back (Charlevoix, "Hist.",

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman


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