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ry English family. Williamson, i. 553 Neal's N. E. &c. &c. The defence of New England had been made by 1676 its own resources. Jealous of independence, it never applied to the parent country for assistance; and the earl of Anglesey reproached the people with their public spirit. You are poor, said he, and yet proud. The English ministry, contributing nothing to repair colonial losses, made no secret of its intention to reassume the government of Massachusetts into its own hands; Burk's Virginia, II. Appendix, XXXVII. and, before a single season had effaced the traces of the blood of her sons, while the ground was still wet with the blood of her yeomanry, the wrecks of her villages were still smoking, and the Indian war-cry was yet ringing in the forests of Maine, Edward Randolph, the English emissary, arrived in June 10 New England. The messenger and message were received with coldness. The governor avowed ignorance of the officer whose signature was affixed to the
r of the German discipline, supposed to be husband to the queen of Bohemia; Lord Ashley Cooper, afterwards earl of Shaftesbury; Sir John Colleton, a royalist of no historical notoriety; Lord John Berkeley, with his younger brother, Morryson, in Burk, III. 266. Sir William Berkeley, the governor of Virginia; and the passionate, and ignorant, and not too honest Sir George Carteret, Pepys, i. 356, 140, 235, 236, 228, 176. —were instituted its proprietors and immediate sovereigns. Their authlina, as their common subterfuge and lurkingplace. Did letters from the government of Virginia demand the surrender of leaders in the rebellion, Carolina refused to betray the fugitives who sought shelter in her forests. Berry and Morrison, in Burk's Virginia, II. 259. Martin, i. 166, interprets runaways to mean negroes. The whole tenor of the document and the context hardly favors his interpretation; runaways seem to have been fugitives from what the royalists called justice. The pres
charter, Loyd's Letter of April 19, 1676, in Burk, ii. App. XXXVI. Hening, ii. 534—537. Beverley, 66. For the documents generally, see Burk, ii. App., where they are huddled together. Hening,xcept at the horse-race or the county court. Burk, ii. App. XLIX. It was among such a people blindly, but effectually at work. Bland, in Burk, ii. 247, 151. On the first Chalmers says, 1ndignation at misspent entreaties. Bland, in Burk, ii. 248. Burwell Account, 32, 33. The Review Breviarie by Jeffries. Berry and Morrison, in Burk, ii. 250. The governor distrusted Nathanielples of Bacon; Justification of Berkeley, in Burk, ii. 260. and their speaker, Thomas Godwin, wasthe king in person. Burwell Account, 41—46. Burk, ii. 261. T. M.'s Account, p. 21, less distinct be led astray by the very ridiculous error of Burk, ii. 200, where he narrates the acquittal of tees kindled at his departure. F. Morryson, in Burk, ii. 267. Public opinion in England censured hi[27 more...]<