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Also he had order to procure a patent for a fit trading place in the river ... saw them so well furnished with commodities as to carry the trade from them .
They found it to be a fine place but had no great store of trade . But the Indians excused the same in regard of the season , and fear the Indians were in ...
Now it so fell out that one Hocking , belonging to the Plantation of Piscataqua , went with a bark and commodities to trade in that river , and would needs ...
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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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