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John Cornelius, Martin Freeman, Ralph Freeman, Andrew
Moore, l'homas White, Edward Perkin, Robert. Offey,
Thomas Whitley, George Pit; Robert Parkhurst, Thomas
Morris, Peter Harloe, Jeffry Duppa, John Gilbert, William
Hancock, Matthew Brown, Francis Tyrrel, Randolph Car-
ter, Othowell Smith, Thomas Hamond, Martin Bond,
haberdasher, John Moulsoe, Robert Johnson, William
Young, John Woodal, William Felgate, Humfrey West-
wood, Richard Champion, Henry Robinson, Francis Mapes,
William Sambach, Ralegh Crashaw, Daniel Tucker,
Thomas Grave, Hugh Willeston, Thomas Culpepper, of
Wigsel, Esq; John Culpepper, gentleman, Henry Lee,
Josias Kerton, gentleman, John Pory, gentleman, Henry
Collins, George Burton, William Atkinfon, Thomas Forest,
John Ruffel, John Russel, John Holt, Harman Harrison,
Gabriel Beedel, John Beedel, Henry. Dawkes, George
Scot, Edward' Fleetwood, gentleman, Richard Rogers,
gentleman, Arthur Robinson, Robert Robinfon, John
Huntley, John Gray, William Payne, William Field,
William Wattey, William Webster, John Dingley,
Thomas Draper, Richard Glanvil, Arnold Hulls, Henry
Roe, William More, Nicholas Gryce, . James Monger,
Nicholas Andrews, Jeremy Haydon, ironmonger, Philip
Durette, John Quarles, Jonn West, Matthew Springham,
John Johnson, Christopher Hore, Thomas Snead, George
Berkeley, Arthur Pet, Thomas Careles, William Berkley,
Thomas Johnson, Alexander Bents, Captain William King,
George Sandys, gentleman, James White, gentleman,
Edmund Wynne, Charles Towlar, Richard Reynold,
Edward Webb, Richard Maplesden, Thomas Lever, David
Bourne, Thomas Wood, Ralph Hamer, Edward Barnes,
mercer, John Wright, mercer, Robert Middleton, Edward
Littlefield, Katherine West, Thomas Web, Ralph King,
Robert Coppin, James Askew, Christopher Holt, William
Bardwell, Alexander Chiles, Lewis Tate, Edward Ditch-
field, James Swifte, Richard Widdowes, goldsmith, Edmond
Brudenell, Edward Burwell, John Hansford, Edward
Wooller, William Palmer, haberdasher, John Badger, John
Hodgson, Peter Mounsel, John Carril, John Bushridge,
William Dun, Thomas Johnson, Nicholas Benson, Thomas
Shipton, Nathaniel Wade, Randal Wetwood, Matthew
Dequester, Charles Hawkins, Hugh Hammersley, Abraham
Cartwright, George Bennet, William Cater, Richard God-
dart, Henry Cromwell, Phineas Pet, Robert Cooper, John
Cooper, Henry Newce, Edward Wilkes, Robert Bateman,


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Farrar, John Newhouse, John Cason, Thomas Harris, gentleman, George Etheridge, gentleman, Thomas Mayle, gentleman, Richard Stafford, Thomas - Richard Cooper, John Westrow, Edward Welch, Thomas Britain, Thomas Knowles, Octavian Thorne, Edmond Smith, John March, Edward Carew, Thomas Pleydall, Richard Let, Miles Palmer, Henry Price, John Joshua, gentleman, Will. Clauday, Jeremy Pearsye, John Bree, gentleman, William Hampson, Christopher Pickford, Thomas Hunt, Thomas Truston, Christopher Salmon, John Howard, clerk, Richard Partridge, Allen Caffen, Felix Wilson, Thomas Bathurst, George Wilmer, Andrew Wilmer, Maurice Lewellin, Thomas Godwin, Peter Burgoyne, Thomas Burgoyne, Robert Burgoyne, Robert Smith, merchant-taylor, Edward Cage, grocer, Thomas Cannon, gentleman, William Welby, stationer, Clement Wilmer, gentleman, John Clapham, gentleman, Giles Francis, gentleman, George Walker, fadler, John Swinhow, stationer, Edward Bishop, ftationer, Leonard White, gentleman, Christopher Baron, Peter Benson, Richard Smith, George Proctor, minister, Millicent Ramsdent, widow, Joseph Soane, Thomas Hinshaw, John Baker, Robert Thornton, John Davis, Edward Facet, George Newce, gentleman, John Robinson, Capt. Thomas Wood, William Brown, shoemaker, Robert Barker, shoemaker, Robert Pennington, Francis Burley, minister, Will. Quick, grocer, Edward Lewis, grocer, Laurence Campe, draper, Aden Perkins, grocer, Richard Shepherd, preacher, William Sherley, haberdasher, William Taylor, haberdasher, Edwin Lukin, gentleman, John Franklyn, haberdasher, John Southwick, Peter Peate, George Johan, ironmonger, George Yeardley, gentleman, Henry Shelly, John Prat, Thomas Church, draper, William Powel, gentleman, Rich. Faith, gentleman, Thomas Wheeler, draper, Francis Hasierig, gentleman, Hugh Shipley, gentleman, John Ano drews the elder, doctor of Cambridge, Francis Whistler, gentleman, John Vaffal, gentleman, Richard Howle, Edward Berkeley, gentleman, Richard Keneridgburg, gentleman, Nicholas Exton, draper, William Bennet, fifhmonger, James Haywood, merchant, Nicholas Isaac, merchant, William Gibbs, merchant,

Bihop, Bernard Mitchel, Isaac Mitchel, John Streate, Edward Gall, John Martin, gentleman, Thomas Fox, Luke Lodge, John Woodliffe, gentler man, Richard Webb, Vincent Low, Samuel Burnham, Edmund Pears, haberdasher, John Googe, John St. John, Edward Vaughan, William Dunn, Thomas Alcocke, John



Andrews the younger, of Cambridge, Samuel Smith, Thomas Gerrard, Thomas Whittingham, William Canning, Paul Canning, George Chandler, Henry Vincent, Thomas Ketley, James Skelton, James Mountaine, George Webb, gentleman, Joseph Newbridge, smith, Josiah Mand, Captain Ralph Hamer the younger, Edward Brewster, the son of William Brewster, Leonard Harwood, mercer, Philip Druerdent, William Carpenter, Tristian Hill, Robert Cock, grocer, Laurence Greeie, grocer, Samuel Winch, grocer, Humphrey Stile, grocer, Avern Dransfield, grocer, Edward Hodges, grocer, Edward Beale, grocer, Thomas Culler, grocer, Ralph Bushby, grocer, John Whittingham, grocer, John Hide, grocer, Matthew Shepherd, grocer, Thomas Allen, grocer, Richard Hooker, grocer, Lawrence Munks, grocer, John Tanner, grocer, Peter Gate, grocer, John Blunt, grocer, Robert Phips, grocer, Robert Berrisford, grocer, Thomas Wells, grocer, John Elis, grocer, Henry Colthurst, grocer, John Cavady, grocer, Thomas Jennings, grocer, Edmond Pashall, grocer, Timothy Bathurst, grocer, Giles Parlow, grocer, Robert Milmay, grocer, Richard Johnson, grocer, William Johnson, vintner, Ezekiel Smith, Richard Martin, William Sharpe, Robert Rich, William Stannard, innholder, John Stocken, William Strachey, gentleman, George Farmer, gentleman, Thomas Gypes, clothworker, Abraham Davies, gentleman, Thomas Brocket, gentleman, George Bache, fishmonger, John Dike, filhmonger, Henry Spranger, Richard Farrington, Christopher Vertue, vintner, Thomas Bayley, vintner, George Robins, vintner, Tobias Hinson, grocer, Vrian Spencer, Clement Chicheley, John Scarpe, gentleman, James Campbell, ironmonger, Christopher Clitheroe, ironmonger, Philip Jacobfon, Peter Jacobson, of Antwerp, William Berkeley, Miles Banks, cutler, Peter Higgons, grocer, Henry John, gentleman, John Stokeley, merchant-taylor, the company of Mercers, the company of Grocers, the company of Drapers, the company of Fishmongers, the company of Goldsmiths, the company of Skinners, the company of Merchant-taylors, the company of Haberdashers, the company of Salters, the company of Ironmongers, the company of Vintners, the company of Clothworkers, the company of Dyers, the company of Brewers, the company of Leathersellers, the company of Pewterers, the company of Cutlers, the company of Whitebakers, the company of Wax-chandlers, the company of Tallow-chandlers, the company of Armorers, the company of Girdlers, the company of Butchers, the company of Sadlers,


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the company of Carpenters, the company of Cordwavners,
the company of Barber-chirurgeons, the company of Paint-
ftainers, the company of Curriers, the company of Masons,
the company of Plumbers, the company of Innholders, the
company of Founders, the company of Poulterers, the com-
pany of Cooks, the company of Coopers, the company of
Tylers and Bricklayers, the company of Boyers, the com-
pany of Fletchers, the company of Blacksmiths, the company
of Joiners, the company of Weavers, the company of Wool-
men, the company of Woodmongers, the company of Scria
veners, the company of Fruiterers, the company of Plaisterers,
the company of Brownbakers, the company of Stationers, the
company of Embroiderers, the company of Upholsterers, the
company of Musicians, the company of Turners, the com-
pany of Gardiners, the company of Basketmakers, the com-
pany of Glaziers, John Levet, merchant, Thomas Nor-
nicot, clothworker, Richard Venn, haberdasher, Thomas
Scot, gentleman, Thomas Juxon, merchant-taylor, George
Hankinson, Thomas Seyer, gentleman, Matthew Cooper,
George Butler, gentleman, Thomas Lawson, gentleman,
Edward Smith, haberdasher, Stephen Sparrow, John Jones,

Reynolds, brewer, Thomas Plummer,
merchant, James Duppa, brewer, Rowland Coitmore,
William Southerne, George Witmore, haberdasher, Antho-
ny Gosnold, the younger, John Allen, fifhmonger, Simon
Yeomans, fifhmonger, Lancelot Davis, gentleman, John
Hopkins, Alderman of Bristol, John Kettleby, gentleman,
Richard Clene, goldsmith, George Hooker, gentleman,
Robert Chening, yeoman; and to such, and so many, as
they do, or shall hereafter, admit to be joined with them, in
form hereafter in these presents, expresled, whether they go
in their persons, to be planters there in the said plantation,
or whether they go not, but adventure their monies, goods,
or chattels; that they shall be one body or 'commonalty
perpetual, and shall have perpetual succession, and one com-
mon seal, to serve for the said body or commonalty: and that Name or
they, and their successors, shall be known, called, and in the corpo
corporated by the name of, The Treasurer and Company of tion.
Adventurers and Planters for the City of London for the first
Colony in Virginia.

IV. And that they, and their successors, shall be, from Capacity henceforth, for ever enabled to take, acquire, and purchase, purchafe by the name aforesaid (licence for the same, from us, our England, heirs or successors, first had and obtained) any manner of L 2


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merica to the said treasurer


lands, tenements, and hereditaments, goods, and chattels,

within our realm of England, and dominion of Wales. and to sue

V. And that they, and their successors, shall likewise be. and be sued.

enabled, by the name aforesaid, to plead, and be impleadeda before any of our judges or justices, in any of our courts,

and in any actions or (uits whatsoeyer, Grant of VI. And we do also, of our special grace, certain know, land in A- ledge, and mere motion, give, grant, and confirm, unto the

faid treasurer and company, and their successors, under the

reservations, limitations, and declarations, hereafter expreffand com- ed, all those lands, countries, and territories, situate, lying,

and being, in that part of America called Virginia, from the point of land called Cape or Point Comfort, all along the sea, coast, to the north ward two hundred miles, and from the, said point of Cape Comfort, all along the sea coaft, to the southward two hundred miles, and all that space and circuit of land, lying from the sea coast of the precinct aforesaid, up into the land, throughout from sea to sea, west and northwest ; and also all the iftands, lying within one hundred miles, along the coast of both seas of the precind aforesaid ; together with all the foils, grounds, havens, and ports, mines, as well royal mines of gold and silver, as other minerals, pearls, and precious stones, quarries, woods, rivers, waters, fishings, commodities, jurisii&tions, royalties, pria vileges, franchises, and preheminences, within the said territories, and the precincts thereof, whatsoever, and thereta and thereabouts, both by sea and land, being, or in any fort belonging or appertaming, and which we, by our letters patents, may or can grant, in as ample manner and fort, as we, or any our noble progenitors, have heretofore granted to any company, body politic or corporate, or to any adventurer, or adventurers, undertaker, or undertakers, of any difcoyeries, plantations, or traffic, of, in or into any foreign parts

whatsoever, and in as large and ample manner, as if the same Habendum. were herein particularly mentioned and expressed : To have

and to hold, poffefs and enjoy, all and singular the said lands, countries, and territories, with all and fingular other the premises, heretofore by thefe presents granted, or mentioned to be granted, to them, the said treasurer and company, their successors and assigns for ever; to the sole and proper use of them, the said' treasurer and company, their successors and affigns for them: To be holden of us, our heirs, and fuccel

fors, as of our manor of Eaft-Greenwich, in free and com, Redendum.

mon foccage, and not in capite.; Yielding and paying. therefore, to us, our heirs, and fucceffors, the fifth part



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