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abandon the cold Chap. VI.} and sterile clime of New England, and plant themselves in the milder regions on the Delaware Bay; Burk, II 32. a plain indication that Puritans were not then molested in Virginia. It was probably in the autumn of 1629 that Harvey arrived in Virginia. Chalmers, 118. Till October, the name of Pott appears as governor; Harvey met his first assembly 1630 Mar 24. of burgesses in the following March. Hening, i. 4, and 147. He had for several years been a membeir reception, that large numbers were preparing to follow, and were restrained 1619. only by the forethought of English intolerance. We have seen, that the Pilgrims at Plymouth were invited to remove within the jurisdiction of Virginia; Puritan 1629. merchants planted themselves on the James River without fear, and emigrants from Massachusetts had 1640. recently established themselves in the colony. The honor of Laud had been vindicated by a judicial sentence, and south of the Potomac the d
which the climate, the fertility, and the advantages, were so much extolled. Yet, as a Papist, he could hardly expect a hospitable welcome in a colony from which the careful exclusion Hazard, i. 72 of Roman Catholics had been originally avowed as a special object, and where the statutes of the provincial legislature, as well as the commands of the sovereign, aimed at a perpetual religious uniformity. When in Oct., 1629, he visited Virginia in person, the zeal of the assembly immediately 1629. Oct. ordered the oaths of allegiance and supremacy to be tendered him. It was in vain that he proposed a form which he was willing to subscribe; the government firmly insisted upon that which had been chosen by the English statutes, and which was purposely framed in such language as no Catholic could adopt. A letter was transmitted from the assembly to the privy council, explanatory of the dispute which had grown out of the intolerance of European legislation. Ancient Records, in Burk,
rom Long Island to the Pole, England Chap IX.} 1629 May. was without a rival. Memoires, in Hazarproprietors. The grants were couched in vague 1629 to 1631 language, and were made in hasty success much enlarged; on the second of March, 1629, 1629. an offer of Boston men, that promised good to d at Salem, where conscience was no Chap. IX.} 1629. more to be wounded by the corruptions of the E was moved to set apart the twenti- Chap. IX.} 1629. eth of July to be a solemn day of humiliation,ous and evil conditioned, who could Chap. IX.} 1629. not be suffered to remain within the limits of lead their posterity to abjure the Chap. IX.} 1629. truth. The certain misery of their wives and earest friends. Therefore herein I Chap. IX.} 1629. submit myself to God's will and yours, and dedl; and, in 1677, the chief-justices Chap. IX.} 1629. Rainsford and North still described the charteprayers and guided by the advice of Chap. IX.} 1629. Archer and Nye, two faithful ministers in Lond[7 more...]