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on was held, and religious May 5. freedom was established in the very words of the charter. Records. If Roman Catholics were disfranchised (which they were not) in March, 1663—4, that disfranchisement endured only two months. Compare Eddy, in Walsh's Appeal, 429, &c.; and Bull, in the R. I. Republican for Jan. 15, 1834.—Chalmers, 276; Douglass, II. 83. 104; British Dom. in America, II. 252; Brit. Empire, II. 148; Holmes, ,&c. &c. &c. are all but forms of the one single authority in the prist. Coll. contain many useful documents, too various to be specially cited. Our Rhode Island Historical Society has published five valuable volumes. Hopkins's History of Providence is not accurate; it is in the Mass. Hist. Coll. Compare, also, Walsh's Appeal, 431, &c. Let me not forget to add the reprints from the Records, and the Commentaries of Henry Bull, of Newport. Besides printed works, I have large Ms. materials, which I collected in part from the public offices in Rhode Island. I a
s allowed in Virginia. Feb To speak ill of Berkeley or his friends, was punished by whipping or a fine; to speak or write, or publish any thing, in favor of the rebels or the rebellion, was made a high misdemeanor; if thrice repeated, was evidence of treason. Hening, ii. 385, 386. Is it strange that posterity was Chap. XIV.} 1677. for more than a hundred years defrauded of the truth? Every accurate account of the insurrection remained in manuscript till the present century. Compare Walsh's Appeal, 78. It was on occasion of this rebellion, that English troops were first introduced into the English colonies in America. Their support was burdensome. After three years they were disbanded, and probably mingled with the people. Chalmers, 351, 352. With the returning squadron Sir William Berkeley sailed for England. Guns were fired, and bonfires kindled at his departure. F. Morryson, in Burk, ii. 267. Public opinion in England censured his conduct with equal severi