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st,ibid.209—222. 1634,ibid.223. 1635,ibid.223. 1636,ibid.229. 1637,ibid.227. 1639,ibid.229—230. 1640,Hening, i.268. 1641, June,ibid.259—262. 1642, January,ibid.267. 1642, April,ibid.230. 1642, June,ibid.269. Considering how imperfect akenbrough's Virginia, 586. After two years, a commission Hazard, i. 477—480. Rymer XX. 484—486. was issued to Sir 1641. Aug. 9 William Berkeley. Historians, reasoning, from the revolutions which took place in England, that there had been covey and Chap VI.} 1641 the new governor, but between the institutions of Virginia under their respective governments; and 1641 Berkeley is said to have restored the system of freedom, and to have effected an essential revolution. Chalmers, 120, 1n are most, but are referred to in Hening, i. 267—269, in the acts 49, 50, 51, 52. The statutes, of course, call the year 1641, as the year then began in March. He found the American planters in possession of a large share of the legislative a
death of the Deputy Governor. Commerce also was fostered; and tobacco, the staple of the colony, subjected to inspection. Nor was it long before the inhabitants recognized 1642. Mar. 21. Lord Baltimore's great charge and solicitude in maintaining the government, and protecting them in their persons, rights, and liberties; and therefore, out of desire to return some testimony of gratitude, they freely granted such a subsidy as the young and poor estate of the colony could bear. Bacon, 1641—2, c. v Maryland, for all its divisions, was the abode of happiness and liberty. Conscience was without restraint; a mild and liberal proprietary conceded every measure which the welfare of the colony required; domestic union, a happy concert between all the branches of government, an increasing emigration, a productive commerce, a fertile Chap VII.} 1642 soil, which Heaven had richly favored with rivers and deep bays, united to perfect the scene of colonial felicity and contentment. Ever
olony rested on the principle of intellectual liberty: philosophy itself could not have placed the right on a broader basis. The settlement prospered; and it be- 1641 Mar. 16-19 came necessary to establish a constitution. It was therefore ordered by the whole body of freemen, and Chap. IX.} unanimously agreed upon, that the ge to win the victory; and the signet for the state was ordered to be a sheafe of arrows, with the motto Amor Vincet Omnia. A patent from England seemed necessary 1641 Sept 9. for their protection; and to whom could they direct their letters but to the now powerful Henry Vane? Ms. extracts from R. I. Rec. Compare Callender, 2e children. A tinge of fanaticism pervaded her family. one of her sons, and Collins her son-in-law, had ventured to expostulate with the people of Boston on the 1641. wrongs of their mother. But would the Puritan magistrates of that day tolerate an attack on their government? Ibid. II. 39. Severe imprisonment for many month
rom Barbadoes Chap. X.} In view of the exigency, the general court made Order for the manufacture of woollen and linen cloth. The Long Parliament, which met in 1641 contamied among its members many sincere favorers of the Puritan plantations. But the English in America with wise circumspection feared to endanger their legislaropogandist, and plead for Independency in England. Yet such commercial advantages were desired, as might be obtained Without a surrender of chartered rights. In 1641, Hugh Peters and two others were despatched as agents for the colonies; and their mission was favorably received. The house of commons, on the tenth of March, 164one or more churches upon another, but only by way of brotherly consultations. Such were the most important of the liberties and laws, established at the end of 1641, for the govern. ment of Massachusetts. Embracing the freedom of the commonwealth, of municipalities, of persons, and of churches according to the principles of