These disciples proposed to remove in the spring with Williams to the shores of Narragansett Bay.
The estate consisted of some sixty acres wonderfully located on Narragansett Bay with nearly a mile frontage on the sea.
In sailing up Narragansett Bay, one is struck with 107 the universality of the prolific crop of these waters,—the clam.
It is also closely connected with Newport, and other places on Narragansett Bay, by steamboats.
This story is based upon actual events which occurred during the British occupation of the waters of Narragansett Bay.
He would cross the Mount Hope or the Narragansett Bay in tempestuous weather.
Connecticut could not renounce her last hope of securing a part of Narragansett Bay.
The scene of this story is laid on the upper part of Narragansett Bay, and the leading incidents have a strong salt-water flavor.
Meantime Williams was, to use his own figure of speech, "steering his course" "in winter snow" toward Narragansett Bay.
The term adjacent islands would have included Acquidneck and the other islands of Narragansett Bay.