The problem of "help" was no less perplexing in Montfield than in the majority of new-england villages.
Mr. Copeland's studies are directed at the new-england Conservatory.
A pious maiden lady, in one of our new-england villages, was known to possess three peculiarities.
All that the people of new-england can do is to make the best of their case.
It is no slight praise to say that his chapter upon the new-england Abolitionists is clear and just.
The pie cherry of new-england gardens is prunus cerasus, Linn.
It was stereotyped at the new-england Foundry, in this city, and all the proof-sheets passed through our hands.
These constitute, doubtless, the largest division in the class in new-england.
He must marry a rich girl, or one brought up with new-england habits.
The emigration from new-england to the far West is constant and large.
1616, named by Capt. John Smith. As an adjective, New English (1630s) is older than New Englandish (1863).