A letter was also addressed from Connecticut
1661 to the aged Lord Say and Seal,
But the chief happiness of Connecticut was in the selection of its agent.
In the th, engaging in the enterprise of planting Connecticut.
Care for posterity seemed
Chap XI.} 16612. April 20. easily prevailed to obtain for Connecticut an ample patent.
The courtiers of King ChaColl. IV. 262—298.
And the gratitude of Connecticut was reasonable.
The charter which Winthrop; in this they are egregiously aspersed. in Connecticut; while it had a scholar to their minister is the surest criterion of public happiness, Connecticut was long the happiest state in the world.
, we shall rarely have occasion to recur to Connecticut; its institutions were perfected.
For moreples, imbodied all that had been granted to Connecticut.
Hazard, II. 612, &c.; anti also Knowlesit was importuned by Plymouth, and vexed by Connecticut, on the subject of boundaries?