Samson Occom, student work, date unknown

ms-number000103

doi
10.1349/ddlp.762

abstractThe Lord’s Prayer translated into Greek, French and Latin.

handwritingHandwriting is Occom's, but is somewhat different from that of the hand in his letters and journals. His name is written in a very formal and bold script.

paperSingle sheet is folded into quarters and is in fair condition, with moderate-to-heavy creasing, staining and wear.

noteworthyThere are Mohegan words on one verso. The complete name and identity of S.r Huntington (on one verso) is unknown.

layoutVery small sheet of sheet of paper is divided into four quadrants. On one recto, there is Greek in the top left, French in the top right, Latin the in bottom left, and Occom's name in the lower right.

Modernized Version Deletions removed; additions added in; modern spelling and capitalization added; unfamiliar abbreviations expanded.

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Greek 9 Pater e̔mo͂n o eν toi͂s ouranois agiasthétω tò ὂnomá σou· 10 elthétω ἡ basileia σou genethetω to ϑélemá σou ὡs eν ouranω kaì ἐpì ten γes· 11 tòn arton emῶn ton epiousion dos e̔mῖn σemeron· 12 kai aphes e̔mi͂n tà opheilémata e̔mῶn ὡs kai e̔meis aphiεmen tois ophiletais emῶn· 13 kai me εisenegkes e̔mas εis peirasmòn alla rusai e̔ma͂s eupò tou ponerou͂ ὃti σou εstin e̔ basileia kai e̔ dunamis kai e̔ doxa εis tous aiῶnas amen
Latin Pater noster qui es in Caelis ·1· Sanctificatur nomen tuum·2 veniat regnum tuum· 3 fiat voluntas tua quemad modum in Caelo, sic etiam in terra·4·panem nostrum quotidianum da nobis hodie 5 et remitte nobis debita nostra sicut et nos remittimus debitoribus nostris·6·et ne nos inducas in tantationem sed Libera nos ā malo quia tuum est regnum et potentia et gloria in secula amen
Notre pere qui es aux Cieux, ton nom soit Sanctifie ton regne vienne ta volonte soit faite en la terre. Comme au ciel: donne nous aujourd hui notre pain quotidien et nous pardonne nos offen ses Comme nous pardon nons à ceux qui nous ont offenses et ne nous induis point en tentation mais deliv re nous du mal ainſi so ti il
Samson Occom Ejus manus The Indian
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Samson Occom The Indian of mohegan Ejus manus Nockquotecotomo aune poqui Nenotoscorvospe
Received in the College Hall £2=7=2 Received in S.r Huntingtons Room 1=3=0. December 2. 1744 Received of Lieutenant Simon Hunt of Acton ______ £0-16-0.
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