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Lippard, in his Legends of Washington and his Generals, has rendered the Wissahickon sacred in my eyes, and I shall make that trip, as well as one to Germantown, soon . . . .
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Pastorius seems to have been on intimate terms with William Penn, Thomas Lloyd, Chief Justice Logan, Thomas Story, and other leading men in the Province belonging to his own religious society, as also with Kelpius, the learned Mystic of the Wissahickon, with the pastor of the Swedes' church, and the leaders of the Mennonites.
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Or painful Kelpius [13] from his hermit den By Wissahickon, maddest of good men, Dreamed o'er the Chiliast dreams of Petersen.
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PARRICIDE OF THE WISSAHICKON Farmer Derwent and his four stout sons set off on an autumn night for the meeting of patriots at a house on the Wissahickon,-a meeting that bodes no good to the British encamped in Philadelphia, let the red-coats laugh as they will at the rag-tag and bob-tail that are joining the army of Mr. Washington in the wilds of the Skippack.
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In 1773 some of the Pietist monks were still living in their rude monastery whose ruins are visible on the banks of the Wissahickon.
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In graveyards lone or over gardens green glittered of summer nights millions of fireflies; there was the scent of magnolias, roses, pinks, and honeysuckles by every house; for Philadelphians have always had a passion for flowers, and there never was a Quaker, much less a Quakeress, who has not studied botany, and wandered in Bartram's Garden and culled blue gentians in the early fall, or lilies wild in Wissahickon's shade.
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Examples of Wissahickon

Example #1
There is one fine custom observed in Phila.
Example #2
A gentleman is always expected to hand up a lady's money for her.
Example #3
He wrote a description of Pennsylvania, which was published at Frankfort and Leipsic in 1700 and 1701.
Example #4
Their trade suits well their habitation, We find convenience for their occupation.
Example #5
Or, haply, pilgrims from the Fatherland, Weak, timid, homesick, slow to understand The New World's promise, sought his helping hand.
Example #6
There hungry folk in homespun drab and gray Drew round his board on Monthly Meeting day, Genial, half merry in their friendly way.