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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 . Bradford's reply . Hiring of the trade .
Anno Dom : 1627 · · A T the usuall season of the coming of ships Mr. Allerton returned , and brought some usfull goods with him , according to the order given him . For upon his commission he tooke up 200li . which he now gott at 30.
The value placed upon each share is not given by Bradford , nor is the actual rate levied upon each share . If this rate was paid in corn it would only be natural to find it expressed in the market or official price of that product ...
... streight1 of meadow grounds ; and if they had bene now given out , it would have hindred all addition to them afterwards ; but every season all were appoynted wher they should mowe , according to the proportion of catle they had .
This pamphlet was issued in three editions , in the second of which the authority is given for calling the vessel the ' Sparrow - Hawk . ' Reference is made to an able and interesting ...
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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