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Virginia was whole for monarchy, and the last country, belonging to England, that submitted to obedience of the commonwealth.
Hammond's Leah and Rachel, 20; Ed. 1656.
But the parliament did not long permit its authority to be denied.
Having, by the vigorous energy and fearless enthusiasm of republicanism, triumphed over alsidered contraband, the English restrictions were entirely disregarded.
Thurloe, v. 80.
Hazard, i. 599—602. A remonstrance, addressed to Cromwell, demanded an
1656. unlimited liberty; and we may suppose that it was not refused; for, some months before Cromwell's death,
1658. Mar. the Virginians invited the Dutch and all forearticularly IV. 211, where the rumor of an intended prohibition of Dutch trade in Virginia is alluded to in a letter from the W. I. Co. to Stuyvesant.
That was in 1656, precisely at the time referred to in the rambling complaint in Hazard, i. 600, and still more in the very rare little volume by L. G. Public Good without Private