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Then he shows that if by the forementioned means they cannot be strengthened to carry and overbear things , it will be best for them to plant elsewhere by ...
These things did much trouble them , and half astonish them . Mr. Winslow having been to the eastward brought news of the like things with some more ...
It is like , though Mr. Allerton might think not to wrong the Plantation in the main , yet his own gain and private ends led him aside in these things .
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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
THE FIRST BOOK
The Separatist Interpretation of the Reforma
Of their Departure into Holland and their
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