Book XV: the Massachusetts Bay colony.
(A. D. 1629-1631.)
The first of these extracts is from Rev. Francis Higginson's True Relation of the Last Voyage to New England, written from New England, July 24, 1629, reprinted in Young's Chronicles of the First Planters of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay: Boston, 1846 (pp. 235-237). The second is from the same work: (Young, pp. 232-235). The third is from New England's Plantation; or, A Short and True Description of the Commodities and Discommodities of that Country, by Francis Higginson: London, 1630: (Young, pp. 242-256). This pamphlet attracted so much attention, that three distinct editions of it were published in a year.
The next two passages are from Life and Letters of John Winthrop (vol.
II. pp. 15-16, 64-65). The last passage is from the Memoirs of Captain Roger Clap: (Young, pp. 351-354).
I.—The voyage of the Massachusetts colonists.
[the first large colony of the Massachusetts Bay company sailed from England i
Colonies in New England, unsuccessful, 201-228.
Colonies, The lost, of Virginia, 75-200.
Colonists in Virginia, Smith's description of, 234.
Colony, Massachusetts Bay, 339-362.
Plymouth, 225, 309-338.
Virginia (first), 186; (second) 189; Captain John Smith's, 229-263.
Columbus, Christopher, Letters of, 19-39; appeal of in his old age, 5; and his companions, 17-52.
Columbus, Diego, 51.
Company, London, 222.
Massachusetts Bay, 341.
West India, 303.
Cooke, Captain, 198.
Coppin, Master, 326.
Corn, Indian, Profitableness of, 348.
Couexis, King, 150.
Croatoan, 192, 193, 197.
Crol, S. J., 305.
King, 151, 153.
Maine Historical Society, 98.
Major, R. H., 18.
Malaga, Monks of, 335.
Mannitto, 291, 293.
Manteo, 192, 199.
Martin, John, 233.
Massachusetts Bay Colony, 339-362.
Mendez, Diego, his daring deeds, 39-50.
Menendez, Don Pedro, 159, 164, 166.
Minuit, Honorable, Pieter, 305.