bly full; neither was it such a far cry from Shropshire to the near vicinity of London, a remove preparatory, possibly, to the still greater one across the Atlantic.
Introductis ad Latinum Blasoniam. By John Gibbons, Blue Man-tel, London, 1682. It is also said that he offered the exiled monarch an asylum in the Newes, indicating in themselves his enterprising genius.
When he made his will in London, in 1663, he was returning on what proved to be his last voyage.
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His eldest son, Richard, the third of the name, married and settled in London, though his children eventually returned to Virginia.
Philip removed to Marylaut to embark for England to study it, under the direction of Bishop Porteus, of London, when stopped by hostilities between the mother country and her American colonirote a life of him in French, which has been well received by the people of that country, and was translated into English, in 1875, by Mr. George Litting, of London.