Examples from the Web for new england
The Westerner would have to write scahf, in order to express to his own mind the New-England sound of scarf.Writings in the United Amateur, 1915-1922|Howard Phillips Lovecraft
If these people were on a par with the farmers of New-England, would it last for an hour?
Oh, she too had died but a short time since; she broke a blood-vessel in a fit of passion at a New-England pedler.The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent.|Washington Irving
In the year 1658 there was a great earthquake in New-England.The Pirates Own Book|Charles Ellms
Their utter impotence in the storm of passion reminds me of the directions given by a good New-England deacon to his choleric son.
British Dictionary definitions for new england
Word Origin and History for new england
1616, named by Capt. John Smith. As an adjective, New English (1630s) is older than New Englandish (1863).