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New York Weekly
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New York Weekly, v. XXIII, no. 35, July 16, 1868 (Issue)
Badger, Jos. E. (Joseph Edward), 1848-1909
(pseudonym used by multiple people)
July 16, 1868
It was a cool day in the fall of 1675, some few months after the attack on Swansey by the forces of King Philip, that the incidents of our story occured.
The body of Wilson was conveyed to the village, and the most disgusting orgies were enacted over it, lasting till late in the night, so great was their joy at the death of such a deadly foe as Edward Wilson had been.