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e villany of some humble ruffian, whom the government would willingly punish for his out- Chap. VII.} rages, might involve the colony in the horrors of savage warfare. But the restless Clayborne, urged, perhaps, by the 1643 to 1646. conviction of having been wronged, and still more by the hope of revenge, proved a far more dangerous enemy. Now that the civil war in England left nothing to be hoped from royal patronage, he declared for the popular party, and, with the assistance of one Ingle, who obtained sufficient notoriety to be proclaimed a traitor to the king, Bacon's Preface. Chalmers, 217. he was able to promote a 1644. Jan. rebellion. By the very nature of the proprietary frame of government, the lord paramount could derive physical strength and resources only from his own private fortunes, or from the willing attachment of his lieges. His power depended on a union with his people. In times of peace, this condition was eminently favorable to the progress of liber