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e oldest town in the colony, soon to be called Salem; and extended some supervision over the watersne, the little band of two hundred arrived at Salem, where conscience was no Chap. IX.} 1629. morrld, the few tenants of the huts and cabins at Salem were too insignificant to merit notice; to theed where each was inclined. A few remained at Salem; others halted at the Saugus, and founded Lynne in Plymouth, accepted a second invitation to Salem. The ministers in the Bay and of Lynn used to remained as yet undecided; when the church of Salem,—those who were best acquainted with Williams,mittee of divines might have time to repair to Salem and deal with him and with July 8 the church presentatives to do Justice to the citizens of Salem. This last act seemed flagrant treason; jestais laesae. and at the next general court, Salem was disfranchised till an ample apology for th longer there. Three days before, he had left Salem, in winter snow and inclement weather, of whic[10 more...]
t wasting away. The adventurers were encouraged by a proclamation, Hazard, i. 311, 312. 1630 Nov. 24. which, with a view to their safety, prohibited the sale of fire-arms to the savages. The stern discipline exercised by the government at Salem, produced an early harvest of enemies: resentment long rankled in the minds of some, whom Endicott had perhaps too passionately punished; and when they returned to England, Mason and Gorges, the rivals of the Massachusetts company, willingly echosettlements, and affluence came in the train of industry. The natural exports of the country were furs and lumber; grain was carried to the West Indies; fish also was a staple. The art of shipbuilding was introduced with the first emigrants for Salem; but Winthrop had with him William Stephens, a shipwright who had been preparing to go for Spain, and who would have been as a precious jewel to any State that obtained him. He had built in England many ships of great burthen, one even of six hu