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This gave all good contente . And first accordingly the few catle which they had were devided , which arose to this proportion ; a cowe to . 6 . persons or shares , and 2. to goats the same , which were first equalised for age and ...
This distribution gave generally · 1 Confined or restricted . ... This distribution of cattle and of land among the " shareholders " gave an opportunity for sales in each and the economic life of the plantation was thereby advanced .
Also they gave the Gove[ rno ] r and 4 or 5 of the spetiall men amongst them , the houses • · · • they lived in ; the rest were valued and equalised at an indiferent rate , and so every man kept his owne , and he that had a better ...
... especially when they heard them demand if they were the Gov [ erno ] r of Plimoths men , or freinds ; and that they would bring them to the English houses , or carry their letters.1 They feasted these Indeans , and gave them many ...
The Cape at that part gave only about six miles of land between Cape Cod Bay and Manomet or Buzzard's Bay , and the heads of Manomet River and a creek running into Scussett harbor were only a short distance apart .
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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