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. Instead of establishing a hierarchy, Morrell, remaining in New England about a year, wrote a description of the country in verse; while the civil dignity of Robert Gorges ended in a short-lived dispute with Weston. They came to plant a hierarchy and a general government, and they produced only a fruitless quarrel and a dull poetees relinquished a part of their pretensions; the commons Mar. 17. resolved that English fishermen shall have fishing pith al. its incidents. Your patents—thus Gorges was addressed by Coke from the speaker's chair— contains many particulars contrary to the laws and privileges of the subject; it is a monopoly, and the ends of prhemselves. To anticipate the intrusion of John Oldham, who was minded to settle himself on Boston Bay, pretending a title to much land there by a grant from Robert Gorges, Endicott with all speed sent a large party, accompanied by a minister, to occupy Charlestown. On the neck of land, which was full of stately timber, with the
perhaps too passionately punished; and when they returned to England, Mason and Gorges, the rivals of the Massachusetts company, willingly echoed their vindictive comty to the church of England; of designs to shake off the royal jurisdiction. Gorges, c. XXVI. Restraints were, therefore, placed upon emigration; no one above the east, by lots. Whole provinces gained an owner by the drawing of a lottery. Gorges, b. II. c. II. Hubbard, 226—229. Hazard, i. 383 Thus far all went smoothhusetts, it was argued, was surreptitiously obtained; the lands belonged to Robert Gorges by a prior deed; the intruders had made themselves a free people. The geneome from till unbridled spirits of the Americans; his dislike was notorious; Gorges, b. II. c. i. p. 43. and at the Trinity term in the Court of King's Bench, a qe adjoining colony, suspended the hostile movements, Winthrop, i. 187. which Gorges had too much honesty and too little intrigue to renew. Winthrop, II. 12. Ha