Result of Some Researches Among the British Archives for Information Relative to the Founders of New England: Made in the Years 1858, 1859, and 1860: Originally Collected for and Published in the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, and Now Corrected and Enlarged (Google eBook)

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Office of the New Eng. Hist. and Gen. Register, 1860 - New England - 143 pages
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Sorry, but this book is a mess. Look at the many pages duplicated, omitted and scrambled. It needs to be rescanned to be useful.

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Page 133 - BUTLER (Samuel). — Hudibras, in three parts, written in the Time of the Late Wars : Corrected and Amended.
Page 66 - The Scots whom God delivered into your hands at Dunbar," says Cotton, " and whereof sundry were sent hither, — we have been desirous, as we could to make their yoke easy. Such as were sick of the scurvy, or other diseases, have not wanted physic and chirurgery.
Page 67 - ... an house, layeth some acres of ground thereto, which he giveth them, as their owne, requiring 3 dayes in the weeke to worke for him (by turnes) and 4 dayes for themselves, and promiseth, as soone as they can repay him the money he layed out for them, he will set them at liberty.
Page 41 - Aprill 13th 1637. The examinaction of John Ropear of New Bucknam, Carpentar ageed 26 yeares and Alles his wife ageed 23 yeares, with 2 children, Alles and Elizabeth, are desirous to goe for New England, there to Remaine.
Page 67 - Kemble of charles toune to be disposed of by him according to orders wee have sent him in that behalfe & wee desire yow to Advise with the sajd Kemble about all that may concerne that whole...
Page 134 - Result of Some Researches Among the British Archives for Information Relative to the Founders of New England; Made in the Years 1858, 1859 and 1860.
Page 7 - Passed from y e Port of London for an whole yeare ending at Xmas 1635.
Page 43 - John Yonge of St Margretts, Suff. minister, aged 35 yeares and Joan his wife ageed 34 yeares with 6 children, John, Tho: Anne, Rachell, Marey, and Josueph, ar desirous to passe for Salam in New England to inhabitt.
Page 67 - Rich for the aforesajd acco" & w' other pay yow meete with fit for this place send hither & take the Advise & Asistance of Cap' Jn° Greene in disposall of the Servants Dispatch of the shipp or w...
Page 102 - Tlieis under written names are to be transported to the Bormoodes or Somer-Islands, imbarqued in the Truelove de London. Robert Dennis Mr being examined by the Minister of Gravesend concerning their conformitie to the orders and discipline of the Church of England as it now stands established : And took the oath of Allegeance.

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