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his country for freedom to worship God was an unmitigated humbug. They enjoyed the most perfect freedom of conscience in Holland, to which country they had removed from England, and where they remained for eleven years. "They were tolerated, in Holland, but watched," quaintly observes the philosophic author of "European Settlements." They always have required watching, and never more than now. They did not leave Holland, however, till they had failed in sundry efforts to undermine its institutuineas in bribing the Government, the only English colonists who were ever pious and spiritually minded enough to engage in such a transaction. It so happens that the Puritan emigrants never 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 th