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der the shade of whose princely privileges they expected to grow from a mustard seed to "the greatest of trees," were incorporated as "The Council established at Plymouth, in the county of Devon, for the planting, ruling, ordering and governing New England, in America. " "The territory, conferred on the patentees in absolute propever gave the reason themselves for their removal from Holland which is set forth by their descendants. Nathaniel Morton, Secretary to the Colony established at Plymouth, set forth an "Apologetical Narration," in which he gave five reasons why the precious freight of the Mayflower transferred itself to this country. The first wahich induced them to depart. And yet, from New England Societies, orations, songs, and dinner-tables, there rises a perpetual anthem of "The Pilgrims landing at Plymouth, fugitives escaping from persecution!" The real reason of the Pilgrimage of the Puritans was their love of gain and power.--In America, as in England, under