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. 105. and whose days in his land were long, had transplanted to Brandenburg. In 1613, when the congregation of the Pilgrims at Leyden was growing by comers from England, the elector of Brandenburg, John Sigismund, after eight years of reflection, adopted the faith of those who according to the rules of colonization of Luther, the elector of Brandenburg pledged himself anew to the reformation by uniting to his possesman Protestants there were gleams of light from America and from Brandenburg. Driven by poverty and sorrow, the reckless devastation of forethe valley of Virginia. At the close of the thirty years war, Brandenburg had for its elector, Prussia for its duke, a prince by birth andof Polish anarchy, Leibnitz could say with truth: The elector of Brandenburg is now the head of the Protestants in the empire. Ibid., 524.ng the powers of the earth. From the moment when the elector of Brandenburg was admitted by all Europe to the society of kings as an equal,