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Laura E. Richards, Maud Howe, Florence Howe Hall, Julia Ward Howe, 1819-1910, in two volumes, with portraits and other illustrations: volume 1 4 0 Browse Search
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elect John Sandford as president......May 17-18, 1653 Providence and Warwick with Portsmouth and Newport in one General Assembly re-establish code of 1647, forbid sale of liquors to Indians, and prohibit French and Dutch trade with them......Aug. 31, 1654 Pawtuxet men withdraw allegiance to Massachusetts, given in 1642, and transfer it to Rhode Island......May 26, 1658 Block Island is granted for public services to Governor Endicott and three others, Oct. 19, 1658, who sell it to Simon Ray and eight associates in 1660; they begin a settlement......1661 Settlement of Misquamicut, now Westerly, begun......1661 Charter of Rhode Island and Providence plantations obtained from Charles II. by John Clarke, agent for the colony......July 8, 1663 [This charter continued in force till 1843-180 years.] John Clarke presented with £ 100 and payment of his expenses attendant upon the procuring of the charter......Nov. 24, 1663 Boundary dispute between Rhode Island, Massach