de not simply from a zeal for Protestantism, was to secure him Bremen, and Elsmore,
1657 and Dantzig, as his reward.
Thurloe, VI. 478.
Heeren's Works, i. 158. In the West Indies, his commanders planned the capture of Jamaica, which
In case of resistance, the cruelties of war were threatened.
Let the reader consult the instructions themselves, in Thurloe, i. 197, 198, or in Hazard, i. 556—558, rather than the commentary of Chalmers. If Virginia would but adhere to the comm, after the treaty of peace, the trade was considered contraband, the English restrictions were entirely disregarded.
Thurloe, v. 80.
Hazard, i. 599—602. A remonstrance, addressed to Cromwell, demanded an
1656. unlimited liberty; and we may supof authority.
Hammond's Leah and Rachel, p. 15. The country felt itself honored by those who were Virginians born;
Thurloe, II. 274. and emigrants never again desired to live in England.
Hammond, 8. Prosperity advanced with freedom; dreams