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o obtain a liberal patent, The patent may be found in Hakluyt, III. 174—176; Stith's Virginia, 4, 5, 6; Hazard, i. 24—28. formed according to June 11. commercialI have compared, on this and the following voyages, Smith's Virginia, i. 80—85; Stith, 8—12; Tytler's Raleigh, 47—54; Oldys, 55; Birch, 580, 581; Cayley, i. 33—46; Triot, the inventor of the system of notation in modern algebra, Tytler, 66. Stith, 20. Play-fair's Dissertation, p. i. s. i. the historian of the expedition; anthe original account. The reader may compare Camden, in Kennett, II. 509, 510; Stith, 12—21; Smith, i. 86—99; Belknap i. 213—216; Williamson, i. 37—51; Martin, l. 1sland of Roanoke, to be the guardians of English rights. Hakluyt, III. 323. Stith, 22, and Belknap, i. 217, say fifty men, erroneously. Smith, i. 99, began the al account of White, in Hakluyt, III. 340—348. The story is repeated by Smith, Stith, Keith, Burk, Belknap, Williamson, Martin, Thomson, Tytler, and
tion. Smith, i. 149, or Purchas, IV. 1705. Stith, 35. Compare Hillard's Life of Smith, in Sparrter; See the charter, in Hazard, i. 51—58; Stith's Appendix, 1—8 Hening's Statutes of Virginia strument, in Hening, l. 67—75. Compare, also, Stith's Virginia, 37—41; Burk's Virginia, i. 86—92. cent Bay of the Chesapeake. Smith, i. 150. Stith, 44. The head-lands received and retain April and delightful habitation. Smith, i. 114. Stith, 45. A noble river was soon entered, which was 23. changed. The new charter In Hening, Stith, and Hazard, II. transferred to the company thape worse destinies at home, Ibid. i. 235. Stith, 103. broken tradesmen, gentlemen impoverishedr crimes. True Declaration, 35—39. Compare Stith, 116, 117; Smith, II. 2. Smith, at his departuiral of the country and the adjoining seas. Stith, 145. The return of Lord Delaware to Amerigrants, but did not live to reach Virginia. Stith, 148. In Royal and Noble Authors, II. 180—183[10
reted by his instruction Ibid. i. 114—118. Stith, p. 194—196. Burk, v. i. p. 224—227. in a mancolony, was liberally endowed with domains. Stith, 162. 166. 172, 173. Public and private charit them a terrible adversary. Smith, II. 68. Stith, 211. Nor were their numbers considerable. Wiht the device incomparable. Smith, II. 68. Stith, 211. When Wyatt arrived, the natives expresse persons displayed an honorable liberality. Stith, 232, 233. Smith volunteered his ser vices to one half of the pillage. Smith, II. 79—81. Stith. 234. There were in the colony much loss and mowing year, the inhabitants of the 1623. <*>5 Stith. 30 several settlements, in parties, under core usually appeared at the quarter courts, Stith, 282—286. were the scenes for freedom of debatder of the charter was strenuously refused. Stith, 294—296. Burk, i. 269—271 The liberties of tst foreign tobacco, by a petition of grace, Stith, 328, refers to the nine grievances; erroneous[16
the colonial planters and the monarch; the former obtained the exclusive supply of the English market, and the latter succeeded in imposing an exorbitant duty. Stith, 168—170. Chalmers, 50, 52, 57. In the ensuing parliament, 1621. Lord Coke did not fail to remind the commons of the usurpations of authority on the part of the parliament, and, moreover, a merchant and a Roundhead, was, on the recommendation of the other commissioners, unanimously chosen governor. Hening, i. 371. See Stith, 199, who tells the story rightly.—Strange, that historians would not take a hint from the accurate Stith! The oath required of the burgesses made it their paramouStith! The oath required of the burgesses made it their paramount duty to provide for the general good and prosperity of Virginia and its inhabitants. Hening, i. 371. Under the administration of Berkeley, Bennett had been oppressed in Virginia; and now not the slightest effort at revenge was attempted. Langford's Refutation 3. That Bennett was a Roundhead is indisputable. The contempor
arter was not obtained with- 1618 out vigorous opposition. Much difference there was betwixt the Londoners and the Westerlings, Ibid. in III. Mass. Hist. Coll. III. 21. Hubbard, 84, 85. Gorges. Purchas, IV. 1830, 1831. since each party strove to engross all the profits to be derived from America; while the interests of the nation were boldly sustained by others, who were desirous that no monopoly should be conceded to either company. The remonstrances of the Virginia corporation, Stith. 185. Hazard, i. 390. and a transient regard for the rights of the country, could delay, but not defeat, a measure that was sustained by the personal favorites of the monarch. After two years entreaty, the ambitious adventurers gained 1620 Nov. 3. every thing which they had solicited; and King James issued to forty of his subjects, some of them members of his household and his government, the most wealthy Chap. VIII.} 1620. and powerful of the English nobility, a patent, Trumbull's Co