d Sir Francis
1639. Nov. Wyatt
Rymer, XX. 484.
Hazard, i. 477.
Savage on Winthrop, II. 160, 161.
Hening, i. 224, and 4.
But Keith, and Beverly,re was a party for the parliament, yet the king's authority was maintained.
Winthrop, II. 159, 160, and the note of Savage. The sovereignty of Charles had ever beevited from Boston by the Puritan settlements in Virginia, carried letters from Winthrop, written to Berkeley and his council by order of the general court of Massachuionaries were silenced by the government, and ordered to leave the country.
Winthrop's Journal, II. 77, 78. 95, 96, and 164, 165.
Hubbard's New England, 410 411.
st the inaccuracies of Beverley, Oldmixon, and, on this subject, of Burk.
See Winthrop's Journal, II. 165.
Compare the note of Savage, whose sagacious conjecture isII.
Mass. Hist. Coll. IX. 115—117; and the Reports of the exiled Puritans, in Winthrop, II. 165.
So little was apprehended, when the English were once on their g