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" England, at the charge of the rest, to solicit this matter ; who found the Virginia Company very desirous to have them go thither, and willing to grant them a patent, with as ample privileges as they had or could grant to any... "
Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society - Page 45
1815
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New-England's Memorial

Nathaniel Morton, William Bradford, Thomas Prince, Edward Winslow - Massachusetts - 1669 - 515 pages
...solicit this matter ; who found the Virginia Company very desirous to have them go thither, and willing to grant them a patent, with as ample privileges as they had or could grant to any, and to give them the best furtherance they could ; and some of the chief of the Company doubted not to...
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American Annals, Or, A Chronological History of America: From Its Discovery ...

Abiel Holmes - United States - 1805
...Virginia company very desirous of the projected setllement in their American territory, and willing to grant them a patent with as ample privileges, as they had power to convey ; yet they could prevail with the king no farther, than to engage, that he would connive...
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A sketch of the history of Maryland during the three first years after its ...

John Leeds Bozman - America - 1811 - 387 pages
...Virginia Company very desirous of the projected settlement in their American territory, and willing to grant them a patent with as ample privileges as they had power to convey. They found also friends to intercede with the king for * Extracts from the Plymouth...
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A COMPENDIOUS HISTORY OF NEW-ENGLAND: TO WHICH IS ADDED, A SHORT ABSTRACT OF ...

JEDIDLAH MORSE, D.D. AND ELIJAH PARISH, D.D - 1820
...then chosen and sent to England, to make application to the Virginia company, whom they found ready to grant them a patent with as ample privileges, as they had themselves, and to afford them all the assistance in their power. The principal persons of the company...
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The history of Maryland: from its first settlement, in 1633, to the ...

John Leeds Bozman - Maryland - 1837
...Virginia com1617. pany very desirous of the projected settlement in their American territory, and willing to grant them a patent with as ample privileges as they had power to convey. They found also friends to intercede with the king for them, particularly Sir Robert...
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Chronicles of the Pilgrim fathers of the colony of Plymouth: from 1602-1625

Massachusetts - 1841 - 504 pages
...solicit this matter ; who found the Virginia Company very desirous to have them go thither,3 and willing to grant them a patent, with as ample privileges as they had or could grant to any, and to give them the best furtherance they could ; and some of the chief of the Company doubted not to...
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CHRONICLES OF THE PILIGRIM FATHERS OF THE COLONY OF PLYMOUTH

ALEXANDER YOUNG - 1841
...solicit this matter ; who found the Virginia Company very desirous to have them go thither,8 and willing to grant them a patent, with as ample privileges as they had or could grant to any, and to give them the best furtherance they could ; and some of the chief of the Company doubted not to...
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The History and Antiquities of New England, New York, and New Jersey ...

Mormon Church - 1841 - 576 pages
...their transportation, they were requested to prepare immediately for the voyage. territory, and willing to grant them a patent with as ample privileges, as they had power to convey; yet they could prevail with the king no farther, than to engage, that he would connive...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1848
...to sundry diseases, and in other respects very unsuitable to English bodies, beside the neighborhood of Spaniards, which they had little reason to desire,...Secretaries of State, with some others, who had interest with1 the Archbishop of Canterbury,2 were employed therein ; by whose mediation they had a promise...
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A General History of New England: From the Discovery to MDCLXXX.

William Hubbard - Massachusetts - 1848 - 768 pages
...to sundry diseases, and in other respects very unsuitable to English bodies, beside the neighborhood of Spaniards, which they had little reason to desire,...Secretaries of State, with some others, who had interest with1 the Archbishop of Canterbury,2 were employed therein ; by whose mediation they had a promise...
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