Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Thomas Hooker” in chapter 1 of Bliss Perry, The American spirit in lierature: a chronicle of great interpreters:

...hird year the government is changed. The time was coming when no more complaints would be sent. One of the most startling instances of this colonial instinct for self-government is the case of Thomas Hooker . Trained in Emmanuel College of the old Cambridge, he arrived in the new Cambridge in 1633. He grew restless under its theocratic government, being, it was said, a person who when he was doing hi...
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