ymouth council, covering the seaboard from the Piscataqua to the Penobscot, except the territory of Sagadahoc below the Damariscotta.
Among these were the Kennebec, Lygonia, or plough patent, with settlement on Casco Bay, the Waldo patent, and Pemaquid ......1630-31
A French vessel visits the New Plymouth trading-house at Penobscot, and carries off booty valued at £ 500, and within three years the English abandon it to the French......June, 1632
Crew of sixteen Indian traders, under Dixy Bull, turn pirates, attack the fort at Pemaquid, and menace the coast until the next summer, when they are beaten off......1632
Trading-house established by the English at Machias, which next year was seized by Claude de la Tour, the French commander at Port Royal......1633
Plymouth council surrender their charter, and Sir Ferdinando Gorges appointed governor-general over the whole of New England......April 25, 1635
M. d'aulney de Charnisy, from the Acadian country, takes possession of