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I conceive the only reason to be , we , or many of us , aimed at other ends then Gods glorie ; but now I hope that cause is taken away ; the bargen being fully concluded , as farr as our powers will reach , and confirmed under our hands ...
We know it must keep us from the profite , which otherwise by the blessing of God and your indea [ v ] ours , might be gained ; for most of those that came in may , and these now sente , though I hope honest and good people , yet not ...
... spare him this one year more , to finish this great and waighty bussines , which we conceive will be much for your good , and I hope for your posteritie , and for many generations to come . Thus much of this letter .
With the arrival of Winthrop in 1630 , Morton's career in the region ended , for he could no longer hope for an increase of his own strength or any consideration from his opponents . He was " sent for by process , " and after a short ...
Nay , I have heard it crediblie reported , that some have said , that till you be disjoynted by discontents and fractions amongst your sellves , it bootes not any to goe over , in hope 1 ...
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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