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Beaching of a ship bound for Virginia . Aid given by Bradford and the plantation . Fells ' flight . Construction of pinnace and house at Manomet . Allerton sent to England for Kennebec patent . Letters from the Dutch plantation .
Bounds of reserved tracts . Winslow unwilling to go to England . Sherley's offers of a meeting . ... Indians bound over to keep peace . Death of Miantunomo 342 1644. Proposal to remove to Nauset . Loss to the church .
8. of the cheefe of the place became joyntly bound for the paimente of this 1800li . ( in the behalfe of the rest ) at the severall days . In which they rane a great adventure , as their present state stood , having many other heavie ...
Ther was a ship , ' with many passengers in her and sundrie goods , bound for Virginia . They had lost them selves at sea , either by the insufficiencie of the maister , or his ilnes ; for he was taking the benefit thereof .
Allso they besought him to help them with some corne and sundrie other things they wanted , to enable them to make their viage to Virginia ; and they should be much bound to him , and would make satisfaction for any thing they had ...
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Of Plymouth Plantation by William Bradford Difficult book to read with broken English but enjoyed the story of how the group formed and headed to the Danes then off to US. Another really good section ... Read full review