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CHAP. XXX.

Disturbance, both civil and ecclesiastical, in the Massachusetts, occasioned by Mr. Roger Williams, in the year 1634. - - - - -

CHAP. XXXI.

The first planting of those parts of New England, on the east and west side of Pascataqua River, called the Province of Maine and New Hampshire, and the parts adjoining. Attempts for a new settlement of those lands by some of the Grand Council of New England, before they surrendered their Charter into the hands of the King.

CHAP. XXXII. The general affairs of the Massachusetts, from the year 1636 to the year 1641. CHAP. XXXIII. Various occurrences in the Massachusetts, from the year 1636 to 1641. CHAP. XXXIV.

John Oldham murdered by the Indians of Block Island; how discovered, and the war that followed thereupon with them, and the Pequods, their abettors.

CHAP. XXXV. The state of affairs in the Massachusetts, Anno 1636, while Mr. Vane was Governor. . - -

CHAP. XXXVI.

Troublesome occurences in New England, in the years 1637, 1638. Their Patent undermined by some in England; demanded by the Lords of the Committee for Foreign Plantations; the answer of the MassachuSetts. -

CHAP. XXXVII.

Ecclesiastical affairs in the Massachusetts, from Šthe yeary 1636 to 1641. -

CHAP. XXXVIII.

Disturbance in the Massachusetts Colony, in New England, from the year 1636 to 1641, by Mr. Wheelwright and Mrs. Hutchinson. - - - -

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CHAP. XXXIX.

MS. Pr. The occasion of spreading erroneons opinions in New

England, and much disturbance occasioned thereby in and about Boston, in the years 1636, 1637, etc. 172 285

CHAP. XL. A Synod called in New England, Anno 1637, at Cam. bridge. The occasion and success thereof.

177 298 CHAP XLI. The first planting of the country about the River of

Connecticut. The occasion leading thereunto, and progress thereof, in the years 1635 and 1636, with some occurrences which have since happened there, both in their civil and ecclesiastical affairs.

183* 305

CHAP. XLII.
The first planting of New Haven. Some of the most

remarkable passages concerning that Colony, as also
of Rhode Island, Providence, and the places ad-
joining, near Narraganset Bay, in the years 1637,
1638.

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CHAP. XLIII.
Ecclesiastical affairs, with other occurrences, at Provi-

dence and Rhode Island, to the year 1643. Inter-
course between them and the Massachusetts.

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CHAP. XLIV.
Ecclesiastical affairs, with other occurrences, at Pascat-

aqua and the places adjacent. Contests between
Mr. Cleeves and Mr. Vines about the bounds of
Ligonia.

203 350 CHAP. XLV. (44.)* The general affairs of New England, from 1641 to 1646.

211 370 CHAP. XLVI. (45.) Various occurrents in New England, from 1641 to 1646.

213 375 CHAP. XLVII. (46.) Troubles occasioned to the Massachusetts inhabitants by

one Samuel Gorton, and his company, all of them notorious Familists.

223 401 * Pages 180, 1, 2, and part of 190, of the MS. are blank. – Ed.

# In the MS. the numbering of this chapter is 44 ; and a similar mistake continues through the volume. — Ed.

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CHAP. XLVIII. (47.)

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Ecclesiastical affairs in New England, from the year 1641 to 1616.

226
CHAP. XLIX. (48.)
Memorable accidents in New England, from 1641 to 1646. 230

CHAP. L. (49.)
The Colonies of Connecticut and New Haven disturbed

by the Dutch at Manhatoes, and the Swedes at Dela-
ware Bay, during this lustre, from 1641 to 1645. 236

CHAP. LI. (50.)
Conspiracies of the Indians against the English in New

England discovered and prevented ; from the year
1641 to 1646.

241
CHAP. LII. (51.)
The Confederation of the United Colonies of New Eng.

land; the grounds and reasons leading thereunto, with the Articles agreed upon for that end.

249 CHAP. LIII. (52.) Ships seized in the harbors of the Massachusetts, by

pretended commissions of the Admiralty in England, in the year 1644.

253 CHAP. LIV. (53.) Transactions between the Massachusetts and some of

the Governors of the French Plantations in Acady, from the year 1641 to 1646.

254 CHAP. LV. (54.) The general affairs of New England, from the year 1646 to 1651.

263 CHAP. LVI. (05.) Various occurrents in New England, from 1646 to 1651. 271

CHAP. LVII. (56.) Memorable accidents in New England, from the year 1646 to 1651.

273

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524

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CHAP. LVIII. (57.) Ecclesiastical affairs in New England, from the year 1646 to 1651.

277 CHAP. LIX. (58.) General affairs of the Massachusetts, in New England, from 1651 to 1656.

280

542

CHAP. LX. (59.) MS.

A quarrel between the inhabitants of New Haven and
the Dutch at Manhatoes; the Massachusetts not willing
to engage therein; from 1651 to 1656. - - 282

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Ecclesiastical affairs in New England, from 1651 to 1656. - - - - - - . . . 284

CHAP. LXII. (61.)
Special occurrences during this lustre, from 1651 to 1656. 284

CHAP. LXIII. (62.)
The general affairs of New England, from 1656 to 1661. 286

CHAP. LXIV. (63.)

Ecclesiastical affairs in New England, from the year
1656 to the year 1661. - - - - - 2S9

CHAP. LXV. (64.)

The Plantations of New England troubled with the
Quakers; Laws made against them by the Gen-
eral Court of the Massachusetts, within the space of
this lustre, from 1655 to 1660. . - - - 292

CHAP. LXVI. (65.)

General affairs of the Massachusetts, from the year 1661

to 1666. 294

CHAP. LXVII. (66.)

Ecclesiastical affairs in New England, from the year
1661 to 1666. . - - - - • . . 299

CHAP. LXVIII. (67.)
The general affairs of New England, from the year

1666 to 1671. - - - - - - - 300

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CHAP. LXXII. (71)

MS. Ecclesiastical affairs in New England, from the year 1671 to the year 1685.

315 CHAP. LXXIII. (72) Memorable accidents during this lustre of years, from 1671 to 1676.

317 CHAP. LXXIV. (73.) A further continuation of the narrative of troubles with

the Indians in New England, from April 1677 to June 1680.

318 CHAP. LXXV. (749) Memorable occurrents and sad accidents that happened in New England, from 1666 to 1682.

323 CHAP. LXXVI. (75) The success and progress of the Gospel amongst the Indians in New England.

327 CHAP. LXXVII. (76.) A continuation of the History of New Plymouth, from the year 1633, until the year 1678.

332 CHAP. LXXVIII. (77.) The country about Hudson's River, when first discovered

and planted; what changes have passed over them, since their first planting to this present time.

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