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AGE 1. under Sept. 28.-Read—(1) that no Person permit
(2) that no Person give
after called Weymouth.] 4. Line 25. Read-Roger Williams a Minister; who goes (1) to Salem,
(2) to Plimouth, (3) to Salein again, (4) to Providence. 6. Under Nov. 9- Read
(1) that every Englishman
(2) whoever will first give Under Nov. 30.-Read
(1) one of the Assistants
(3) that l. 60 be collected 16. Under Article IV-insert
April 11. Sixteen Popish Priests are released out of the Clink (Prison in Southwark] by one Warrant under the King's own Sign Manual, at the Instance of our dearest Consort the Queen, as the K in bis Warrant writes; and July 26, by the like Warrant and Instance 6 Priests and Jesuits more releas'd out of the same Prison : But no Instance known of his releasing 1 Puritan out of Prison all his Reign. (Pryon) Nov. (Id) Dr. Leighton Dec. 3. James Nowell writes from London-Sir Thomas Wentworth was made Vicount with a great deal of high Ceremony, on a Sunday at
White-Hall. [So little Regard had K Charles for the Lord's Day.) 17. Line 12. Read -on June 24 NS, in the 36th Year of his Age, with
an Army of about 12,000 Foot and 3,000 Horse, some say but 11,000 in all, lands Line 20. Read—June 24, Rex Sueciæ. Line 23. Read-Words above. In 12 Days reduces the Isles of Rugen, Usedom and Wollin : in 8 Days more takes many Cities, defeats many Enemies : and in 8 Months, taking 80 Castles, small Forts, Towns and Cities, reduces the Provinces of Newmark and Pomerania. (See
Alsted, Cluverius, and S. Clark) 31. Next to the Article of July 6-insert this Article
'[About this Time, as I judge from Gov. Bradford's History, the Plim"outh Undertakers send Mr. Edward Winslow to England, to discharge Mr. Allerton from being their Agent, for acting contrary to their In
structions. Under July 14-For Natasket ;-read Boston;
Read—5 Sheep (w) Mr. Timothy Hatherly first comes in her. (br) 32. Under July 30— Read-falls down (w) with Mr. Allerton and Hath
erly (br) Under Aug. 8.–For Jones—Read-James 56. Line 19,—Read Palatinate: 58. Under April 12,--Read-Ousamequin.
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