In Hampton, the inhabitants were ordered to "nayle the same to a little red oake tree at northeast end of the meeting-house."
It was Sunday, and he had strolled into a church or meeting-house—does it matter which?
The post went once a week, and was to be carefully published “on the meeting-house door and other public places.”
The stocks and the whipping-post stood by the side of the meeting-house.
There were several young men and women immersed by the preacher, in a large tank of water, in the middle of the meeting-house.
The meeting-house was filled long before the services did begin.
Arriving at Hartford on the 31st of October, 1687, Andros found the general assembly in session in the meeting-house.
Such in substance was the controversy about the location of the meeting-house.
They flocked into the meeting-house and looked about them, all with the same expression in their eyes.
There were a dozen or more of them who rode from Mr. Cutt's estate to the meeting-house.