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Chronicles Of The First Planters Of The Colony Of Massachusetts Bay, From 1623 To 1636 On CD

Chronicles Of The First Planters Of The Colony Of Massachusetts Bay, From 1623 To 1636 On CD

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Young, Alexander, Chronicles of the first planters of the colony of Massachusetts Bay, from 1623 to 1636 Boston: C.C. Little and J. Brown, 1846, 583 pgs. Chapter I: A brief relation of the occaion of planting of this Colony Chapter II: The discovery and first planting of the Massachusetts Chapter III: Records of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in New England Chapter IV: Cradock's letter to Endicott Chapter V: The company's first general letter of instructions to Endicott and his council Chapter VI: The company's second general letter of instructions to Endicott and his council Chapter VII: The form of government for the colony Chapter VIII: The allotment of the lands Chapter IX: Oaths of office for the governor and council Chapter X: Agreement of the New-England Company with the ministers Chapter XI: Higginson's journal of his voyage Chapter XII: New England"s plantation Chapter XIII: General considerations for the plantation in New England; with an answer to several objections Chapter XIV: The true copy of the agreement at Cambridge, August 26, 1629 Chapter XV: The company's letter to the ministers Chapter XVI: The company's humble request Chapter XVII: Deputy Governor Dudley's letter Chapter XVIII: Captain Roger Clap's memoirs Chapter XIX: The early records of Charlestown Chapter XX: Of the bays, havens, inlets, and several plantations of New-England Chapter XXI: Concerning the life of the famous Mr. Cotton, teacher to the Church of Christ at Boston in New-England Chapter XXII: Richard Mather's journal Chapter XXIII: Thacher's narrative of his shipwreck Chapter XXIV: Thomas Shepard's memoir himself Index Wood's map of Massachusetts drawn in 1633


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