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" Being last night at the Exchandge, I enquired what ship-carpenters Mr. Winthrop, the Governor, had with him in New England : when I was informed by Mr. Aldersey, the lord-keeper's brother-in-law, and Mr. Cradock, that the Governor hath with him one William... "
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by James Savage, John Farmer, Orrando Perry Dexter - 1862
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History of the Town of Gloucester: Cape Ann

John James Babson - 1860 - 610 pages
...brother-in-law, and Mr. Cradock, that the Governor hath with him one William Stephens, a shipwright ; soe able a man, as they believe there is hardly such an other to be found in this kingdom. There be 2 or 3 others ; but, for want of their names, I could not be satisfied of them. This Stephens...
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History of the Town of Gloucester, Cape Ann: Including the Town of Rockport

John James Babson, Samuel Chandler - Gloucester (Mass.) - 1860 - 891 pages
...brother-in-law, and Mr. Cradock, that the Governor hath with him one William Stephens, a shipwright ; soe able a man, as they believe there is hardly such an other to be found in this kingdom. There be 2 or 3 others ; but, for want of their names, I could not be satisfied of them. This Stephens...
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Creating the Commonwealth: The Economic Culture of Puritan New England, Volume 2

Stephen Innes - History - 1995 - 405 pages
...of the Seal's brother-in-law that the Governor hath with him one William Stephens, a shipwright; soe able a man, as they believe there is hardly such an other to be found in this kingdom. . . . This Stephens hath built here [in London] many ships of great burthen: he made the Royal Merchant,...
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