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ike part of Maine, given to the duke of York. The charter which secured a large and fertile province to William Penn, and thus invested philanthropy with 1681. executive power on the western bank of the Delaware, was a grant from Charles II. After Philip's war in New England, Mount Hope was hardly rescued from a 1679. courtier, then famous as the author of two indifferent comedies. The grant of Nova Scotia to Sir Thomas Temple was not revoked, while, with the inconsistency of ignorance, Acadia, with indefinite boundaries, was 1667. restored to the French. From the outer cape of Nova Scotia to Florida, with few exceptions, the tenure of every territory was changed. Nay, further, the trade with Africa, the link in the chain of universal commerce, that first joined Europe, Asia, and America together, and united the Caucasian, the Malay, and the Ethiopian races in indissoluble bonds, was given away to a company, which alone had the right of planting on the African coast. The froze
mple. the union of the four New England colonies was believed to have had its origin in the express purpose of throwing off dependence on England. Ms. letter of commissioners to T. Prince, of Plymouth. Sir Thomas Temple, Cromwell's Governor of Acadia, had resided for years in New England, and now appeared Chap XII.} 1663 as their advocate. I assure you—such was Claredon's message to Massachusetts—of my true love and friendship to your country; neither in your privileges, charter, governmenas she discovered a vessel from Piscataqua, that had just sought an anchoring-place in the harbor! Hubbard's Indian Wars, 234. Willis's Portland, i. 143, 147, 155. Compare Church, 166. Ms. Letters from Willis and Farmer. The surrender of Acadia to the French had made the struggle more arduous; for the Eastern Indians obtained supplies of arms from the French on the Chap XII.} 1677 Penobscot. To defeat the savage enemy effectually, the Mohawks were invited to engage in the war; a few