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Return of Wil...ams to America
John Winthrop, Governor
C H A P T E R XIV.
Acknowledgment of the King by Plymouth
Internal Politics of Plymouth . - -
Unpopularity of Hatherly and Cudworth .
Dunster at Scituate . . . .
Acknowledgment of the King by New Haven .
Acknowledgment of the King by Connecticut
Mission from Connecticut to England
Address and Petition to the King
Roy AL CHARTER of CoNNECTICUT.
John Winthrop in England . . .
His Letters to Members of the Royal Society
Charter obtained by him . - - -
Its Arrival in New England . . . .
Proceedings in Connecticut on its Reception
Resistance of New Haven to it. . .
Town-Meeting at New Haven . . .
Meeting of the Freemen of New-Haven Colony .
Meeting of the General Court .
Peremptory Conduct of Connecticut
John Allyn, the Secretary
Mediation of Winthrop -
Persistence of Connecticut
Meeting of the Federal Commissioners .
Persistence of New Haven
“New-Haven's Case Stated” .
John Clarke in England . . . . .
Removal of Coddington's “Obstruction” . . . .
Relations of Rhode Island to the English Common
Proclaiming of the King in Rhode Island
Boundary Line of Connecticut . . . .
The Atherton Company . . .
Clarke's Application for a Charter . .
Agreement between Clarke and Winthrop