f we humbly claim.
Your petitioners are his Majesty's most loyal subjects and your Excellency's humble servants, in the name and by the order of the inhabitants of Cambridge. John Cooper, Walter Hasting, ffrancis Moore, John Jackson, Samuell Andrew.
Mass. Arch., CXXVIII. 297.
In his rejoinder, Randolph gives an abstract of his petition and the order thereon, together with the objections urged by the inhabitants of Cambridge, and then proceeds thus:—
To which the Petitioner ed what those things are, and time given us to bring in our further answer to your Excellency and the Council.
In the name and by the order of the proprietors, together with ourselves of those lands petitioned for by Edward Randolph Esq. Samll. Andrew. Walter Hasting. Zachartah Hicks. John Gove.
Mass Arch., CXXVIII. 115, 116.
On the same day, June 28, 1688, the Council passed the following order:—
Upon further hearing of the petition of Edward Randolph Esq., praying his Majesty'