erest in the enterprise was active, inasmuch as he went to Southampton, and on March 29, 1629-30, visited the Arbella, riding at Cowes, Isle of Wight, and on his taking leave a farewell salute of four or five shot was given him. From thence the vessel sailed to Yarmouth, Isle of Wight, when Cradock again visited her, and on leaving was saluted with three shots.
On the voyage to New England two of the servants of Mr. Cradock died and were buried at sea. Winthrop arrived in New England in June, 1630.
In September we find record of the death of one Austen Bratcher at Mr. Cradock's plantation.
March 8, 1630-1, a servant of his, Thomas Fox, was ordered whipped for scandalous speeches against the General Court.
Endicott had sailed as agent of the company, and arrived at Salem, September 6, 1628.
On February 13, 1628-9, a letter was received from him which was answered by Cradock, in behalf of the company, on February 16, 1628-9.
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