od, accompanied by the Mary and John, Captain Raleigh Gilbert.
They reached the mouth of the River in his pinnace, with thirty persons, and Captain Gilbert in his long-boat, with eighteen persons mpinnace all finished.
But by reason that Captain Gilbert received letters that his brother was new only a year later than Virginia.
Iv.—Captain Gilbert's adventure with the Indians.
[CaptaCaptain Gilbert, the companion of Captain Popham, went up the River Kennebec, or Sachadehoc, in a shallons they could pass any farther, for which Captain Gilbert, with nine others, landed, and took theirer savages, whose houses, the sagamo told Captain Gilbert, were not far off. And, after a good tedimall skins, which were of no value; which Captain Gilbert perceiving, and that they had nothing elsrope, that the shallop could not put off. Captain Gilbert caused the musketeers to present their pive excused the fault of the others.
Captain Gilbert made show as if he were still friends, and en[6 more...]