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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Connecticut, (search)
[The council of Plymouth the previous year had granted the whole tract to the Earl of Warwick, and the grant had been confirmed to him by a patent from King Charles I.] Wahquimacut, a sachem from the Connecticut River, visits Plymouth and Boston, asking colonial governors to send settlers to that river......1631 [Governor Winthrop, of Massachusetts, does not favor the movement.] John Oldham, from Dorchester, Mass., and three others visit the Connecticut......September, 1633 William Holmes, of Plymouth, prepares the frame of a house with a board covering, places it on a vessel, and sails for the Connecticut River; passes a small Dutch fort, The House of good hope, at Hartford, and, landing on the west bank, erects the first English house in Connecticut (now Windsor) October, 1633 Dutch at New Netherlands, with seventy men, make a feeble attempt to drive the settlers away......1634 Rev. Thomas Hooker, of Newtown (now Cambridge), Mass., advocates new settlements on the
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Massachusetts (search)
. John Eliot, afterwards distinguished as Apostle to the Indians, arrives at Massachusetts Bay and becomes first teacher of the church at Roxbury......Nov. 2, 1631 Governor Bradford, of the Plymouth colony, resigning, Edward Winslow is chosen governor......1632 Fort begun at Boston on Cornhill......1632 Governor Winthrop, of Massachusetts, visits Plymouth......Oct. 25, 1632 A vessel of thirty tons built at Mystic called Blessing of the Bay......1632 Plymouth colonists send Captain Holmes to erect a trading-house on the Connecticut River at Windsor, above Hartford......1633 John Oldham and three others travel as far as the Dutch trading-houses on the Connecticut River, and bring back flattering reports of that country......1633 Salary of the governor of Massachusetts Bay fixed at £150......1633 Griffin brings 200 passengers, some of them eminent men, as John Haynes, afterwards governor of Massachusetts, John Cotton, Thomas Hooker, and Samuel Stone......1633 Sm
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Paroles of the Army of Northern Virginia. (search)
Brazil, H. V. Glenn, B. H. Galloway, J. B. Hough, T. H. Halloway, Jno. Jackson, J. E. Lewe, F. M. Logan, Private P. L. Minshem, J. T. Prior, J. A. Paul, W. T. Paulk, J. E. Rudd, M. V. Rudd, W. M. Rives, S. J. Rogers, F. M. Roundtree, F. M. Smith, W. J. Seay, W. S. Wynick, Joseph Wilson. Co. G. 3d Sergeant E. W. Lingo, 5th Sergeant J. D. Sowell, 1st Corporal S. S. Hughes, 4th Corporal J. M. Melvin, Private W. Y. Carr, A. H. Dozier, C. H. F. Harris, Wm. Holmes, Pulaski Kirkland, Private A. A. Kirkland, S. O. Kelly, H. W. McLeod, R. S. McKnight, W. J. McKnight, J. R. Morris, A. A. Roney, H. B. Skipper. Co. H. 2d Sergeant J. W. Cowart, 3d Sergeant J. M. Simons, 5th Sergeant J. J. Jones, 3d Corporal J. D. L. Smith, Private T. J. Brooks, J. M. Crens, T. J. McEntyre, Alex. Pope, Private B. S. Renan, F. M. Rice, J. L. Smith, L. C. N. Smith, Joel Tew, J. R. Woodham, H. C. Yelverton. Co. I. 1st Sergeant R. C. Sm