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.
In this he rejoiced to hear that my cozen, your wiffe were perfectly recovered of her healthe etc., ending, Yor assured loving friende and Cusen, Mathewe Cradock.
Among the articles mentioned in his letter for a return cargo were beaver or other commodities or fish, alsoe good store of shoomacke, if there to be had, as we are informed there is, the like doe I wishe for a Tun weighte at least of silk grasse, & of ought elce yt maye be usefull for dyinge.
The company's first general letter of instructions to Endicott was dated at Gravesend, April 17, 1629.
Among other matters it mentions wee may not omitt to pray you likewise to give all g