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07. A ship of one Thomas Keyser and one James Smith, 1645 the latter a member of the church oor forty, fifty, or even threescore pounds. Smith, i. 105. The supply of white servants became aavagant fiction, wholly unworthy of belief. Smith, i. 177, abundantly refuted by what Smith writSmith writ with his own hand, i. 129. Burk, i. 311, 312, condemned too hastily. Smith once met a party, thatSmith once met a party, that seemed to amount to seven hundred; and, so complete was the superiority conferred by the use of fiteen men he was able to withstand them all. Smith, i. 129. The savages were therefore regarded w2. This is the groundwork of the narrative in Smith, II. 65—76, and of Purchas, IV. 1788—1791. Std an honorable liberality. Stith, 232, 233. Smith volunteered his ser vices to protect the plantth, 298. Burk, i. 268. Rymer, XVII. 490—493. Smith was particularly examined; his honest answers ter as an act of benevolence to the colony. Smith, II. 103—108. The result surprised every o[7 more.