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suggest that it is not too late, even yet, to give thanks for that pious fraud which led to this happy riddance [Great laughter.] There is no doubt that, when exiled, as soon as they learned the language in Holland, they began to wrangle with the Dutch about their creed. This will account for the anxiety about their presence in the Island of Manhattan. It is a mistake to suppose that the Pilgrims left Holland on account of religious persecution. The reason which they gave for leaving Leyden was that the Dutch would not observe the Sabbath, and the fear lest their children should grow up to be dissipated Dutchmen [Laughter.] But there were other reasons. They anticipated poverty, and were greatly influenced, as is sometimes the case with their descend ants, by their worldly considerations--[Laughter.] In the language of the time, their hopes of wealth mingled largely and freely with their hopes of Heaven. [Laughter.] Adventure towards New England, by the Northern company,