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COLLECTIONS.

THE FOUNDERS OF NEW-PLYMOUTH,

THE PARENT-COLONY OF NEW-ENGLAND.

CONCERNING

THE CHURCH OR CONGREGATION OF PROTESTANT

SEPARATISTS FORMED AT SCROOBY IN
NORTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, IN THE

TIME OF KING JAMES I:

THE FOUNDERS OF NEW-PLYMOUTH,

THE PARENT-COLONY OF NEW-ENGLAND.

BY THE

REV. JOSEPH HUNTER,
FELLOW OF THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF LONDON, ETC., AND OF

THE MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL SOCIETY ;
AND AN ASSISTANT-KEEPER OF HER MAJESTY'S RECORDS.

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LONDON:
Published by John RUSSELL SMITH, 36 Soho Square.

M.DCCC.LIV.

TUCKER, PRINTER, PERRY'S PLACE, OXFORD STREET.

H94

The Northern part of this Virginia, being better discovered than the other, is called New ENGLAND: full of good new Towns and Forts, and is likely to prove a happy Plantation.

HEYLIN, Microcosmos, 8th edit. 4to, Oxford, 1639.

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