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h Captain Gookin may have induced them to reside here. In a Narrative of the Commissioners from England about New England, published by Hutchinson in his Collection of Papers, Pages 419, 420. it is alleged that Col. Whaley and Goffe were entertained by the magistrates with great solemnity and feasted in every place, after they were told they were traytors and ought to be apprehended; they made their abode at Cambridge untill they were furnished with horses and a guide and sent away to Newhaven; for their more security Capt. Daniell Gookin is reported to have brought over and to manage their estates; and the commissioners being informed that he had many cattle at his farm in the King's Province which were supposed to be Whalyes or Goughs, caused them to be seazed for his Majestyes use till further order, but Capt. Gookin, standing upon the privilege of their charter and refusing to answer before the commissioners, as soe, there was no more done in it; Capt. Peirce, who transported