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How did he then appear?

his church at Leyden? It was With what furewell, was he sent

soon dissolved. off the second time?

What became of the members ?
Where was he in great peril, Some went to other parts of Hol-
about a year after ?

land, and some came to New.
How was he then affected by a England.
view of his conduct at Plymouth? Who of Robinson's connections

What did he confess to his ship- came to this country? His widow
mates ?

and children. What yow did he make ?

What was his conduct after-

By whom, was he murdered in
1636 ?
Of what war was his murder a

cause ?

Where did Lyford die ?
If Lyford was in soine measure

Mount Wollaston. Thomas
insane, by what was his insanity

probably produced ?
Meaning of insane?

When commenced the settlement
What is likely to be the effect near Mount Wollaston? In 1625.
upon reason,

if we greatly abuse it ? Where is Mount Wollaston? In How

many magistrates had the Quincy, near the seat of Mr. John
Plymotheans at first ? --See p.46. Adams, second president of the
What were they?

United States.
How long were they governed

Where is Quincy? Eight miles
by two magistrates ?

S. of Boston.
How many magistrates had they From whom had Mount Wollas-
in 1624?

ton its name? From Capt. Wollas-
What number of assistants had ton, who was the principal man in
the Gov. in 1633 ? 7.

forming the settlement.
In what year, did the towns in Whom did Wollaston place over
that colony begin to send deputies? his plantation, to govern in his ab-

sence ? Mr. Filcher.
In what year, was Plymouth col- depose Filcher, and take himself
ony united with Ms. ? 'In 1692. for their leader? Thomas Morton.
many years,

had it been a Under what circumstances, did
separate jurisdiction? 10 Morton do this? When they were
Why did not Mr. Robinson re-

very merry and partly intoxicated. move to this country? He died, What was the character of Morbefore he found it convenient to

He had more craft than

In what year, did he die ? 1625. What was the conduct of Wol.
What effect had his death upon

laston's people under Morton?
none presume to think, that there never have counterfeits. Gold,
is no such thing as true religion. silver and precious stones may be
Christ has promised, that the gates

counterfeited by thousands, but of hell shall not prevail against his who ever thought of counterfeiting church. If religion were not a re,

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They were extremely licentious give satisfaction to the Indians, and profane

whom he had greatly injured; and What did they erect upon Mount “that it might no longer be a roost Wollaston ? A May-pole.

for unclean birds."
Meaning of may-pole ?
What did they then call Mount
Wollaston ? Merry Mount.

Miscellaneous Questions.
What forbidden articles did Mor-
ton sell to the natives? Fire arms
and ammunition.

No. 2. Who had forbidden the sale of these articles? The king of Eng Of what colony was Edward land.

Wingfield president ? In what, did Morton instruct the How soon after the first settlenatives? In the use of fire arms. ment of Jamestown, were the peo.

Who united together, to suppress ple reduced from 500 to 60 ? the mischief at Merry Mount? In what year,

did Alexander The people of Plymouth, Naum unite with Massasoit in confirming keag, Piscataqua, Dover, Nantas the treaty of Plymouth ? ket, and several other individuals. Who was John Lyford ?

What method did they first adopt What period is distinguished for with Morton ? They seriously ad- settlements ? monished and entreated him to dis Of what colony is Capt. John continue his dangerous practices. Smith considered the father?

How did he receive their admo What is meant by the starving nition ? With insolence and threat time? ening

What magistrates gave a most Who then conducted an expedi- favorable testimony to the conduct tion against Merry Mount? Capt. of the church at Leyden ? Standish.

Principal bay in Ř. I. ? With what success? He took In which of the U. S. was a setMorton prisoner.

tlement commenced in 1623 ? How? As Standish advanced Who formed a conspiracy, to 10 Morton's house, Morton stepped new model the church and governout to shoot him; but Standish ment of Plymouth ? seized the gun, and took him pris Who was Thomas Morton ? oner by main strength.

In what year, were the London What was done with Morton ? and Plymouth Companies formed ? He was conducted to Plymouth, Who was unjustly excluded from and soon sent to England.

the first council at Jamestown? Who cut down the May-pole at

Who offered 500 bushels of corn. Merry Mount? Mr. Endicott, af to ransom his daughter ? terwards Gov. of Ms.

What minister went with the In what year? 1628.

Pilgrims from Leyden to America ? What name was then given to What great tribe of Indians lived Merry Mount ? Mount Dagon. principally in R. I. ?

When did Morton return to First permanent settlement in Mount Dagon ? The next year. North America ? How was he punished in the How much older is Plymouth

His house was burnt than Dover? down, and he was again sent al Who abused Capt. Standish with prisoner to England.

most opprobrious language, at PlyWhy was his house burnt ? To mouth?

diyear 1631 ?

What name did Morton give to

What Gov. of Jamestown comMount Wollaston ?

mitted the principal management to Who was Christopher Newport ? Smith ?

Who was sentenced to pay Capt. At how many English ports did Smith a fine of 200 pounds ? the Plymotheans call ?

What Indian princess did Capt. Who planted a little colony at Argal take, and carry to James Wessagusset? town ? and

Who was Okee ? What tribe in N. England con In what part of N. Y. did the sisted of about 4000 Indians ? Dutch build a fort in 1613 ?

What name was given to Merry At what English ports, did the Mount, when the May-pole was cut Plymotheans call ? down?

Whose house was burnt to give The mouth of what bay is be satisfaction to the injured natives? tween Cape Henry and Cape Who captured Okee? Charles ?

Who attempted to plant a colony What Indian princess married on one of the Elizabeth islands? Mr. Rolfe?

First governor of Plymouth ? Wbat did Robinson say in com Who advised the Plymotheans to mendation of Luther and Calvin ? seize and put to death the prin

Second governor of Plymouth? cipal conspirators of the Ms. InAfter Morton had been seriously dians. admonished, by whom was he Who was Opecancanough? taken prisoner ?

What distinguished character How was Powhatan rendered was captured by Opecancanough? friendly to the English ?

Who was Samoset ? - PeckWhere did Mrs. Bradford die ? suot ?

What Indian princess was con For what, is the year 1607 most verted, and called Rebecca ? distinguished ?

Who advised the Plymotheans to Distinguished daughter of Powshake off the name of Brownist ? hatan?

Who was governor of Plymouth Who first hailed the Plymothe30 years ?

ans welcome, after their arrival at Whom did Standish take prison- Plymouth ? er at Mount Dagon?

For what, is the year 1492 most Into what bay, does the river distinguished ? James empty ?

What distinguished man Who was much displeased with preserved from death by PocaMr. Rolfe, because he married a hontas ? king's daughter ?

What became of the Sagadahok Why did the Indians of Va. colony? carry presents to the whites, March Present name of Patuxet ? 21, 1622?

Who was lanough? What was done with Morton For what, is the year 1497 most after Standish had taken him distinguished ? prisoner?

Who introduced Squanto at PlySecond Gov, of Jamestown? mouth?

In what country, did Pocahon For what, is the year 1498 most tas die?

distinguished ? Of what ship, was Mr. Jones Who formed a plot, to destroy Captain ?

the people at Jamestown in 1609 ? What do you recollect of Mr. What colony commenced in Pace ?

1620 ?


Who was Squanto ?

with an eye upon the map, unless How soon after the settlement of the teacher prefers to have the an the colony of Jamestown, did Pow swers committed to memory.] hatan plot their destruction ?

What name was given to the What name was given to them, whole territory, granted by this who desired greater purity of wor charter ? New England. ship, discipline and morals, in Eng How many times larger was this land ?

territory, than N. England now is ? Who was Massasoit?

Twenty times. How many names have been How much larger than the 24 given to a hill

, near Mr. Adams's U. S.? Twice as large. in Quincy?

What was James to receive for Who was Edward Wingfield ? granting this charter ? One fifth

What dreadful plot did Poca part of the gold and silver ores, hontas reveal ?

that should ever be found within Who were the Wompaneags ? the premises. Who was Capt. Wollaston ? What right had James to grant

this territory to the Council of Plymouth ? No right.

On what, did he pretend to found

his right? Upon the circumstance, CHAPTER XXVII. - p. 42. that his subjects had “taken actu

al possession of the continent in his Council of Plymouth. Patent of name, and to his use as sovereign "New-England.

lord ” of the same.

What indication in Providence, Who granted a patent to the did he think, invited him to proCouncil of Plymouth ? - In what mote settlements in this country?

The destruction of the natives by Of how many members, did the pestilence and war. Council of Plymouth consist ? 40. What blessings did James pro

Where did they reside ? In or fess a wish to confer upon the sur. near Plymouth in England. viving natives ? Civilization and

For what purpose, was the Coun- Christianity. cil of Plymouth formed ?

What special proviso was conBetween what degrees of lati- tained in this patent ? If any of tude, is the territory granted by the lands should be found occupied this patent?

by the subjects of Christian prinBy what, is it bounded east and ces, such occupants should not be west? By the Atlantic and Pacific. molestede

About how many degrees of lon Of what other patents, was this gitude, in length ?

to the Council of Plymouth the How many degrees of latitude, foundation ? in width ?

How many miles in length ? About 2700.

How many in width ?

What states and territories in CHAPTER XXVIII. - p. 47. the U. S. are now embraced within this grant?

Settlement of Massachusetts. What British dominions ?

What great lakes ? [The three In what year, was laid the foun last questions may be answered dation of the colony of Ms. ?

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Salem. How far did this territory extend In what year? 1629. east and west ? From the Atlan Who were immediately settled tic, to the Pacific, about 2500 as their ministers! Mr Skelton miles.

and Mr. Higginson. How many times greater was What names were applied to the the length than the breadth ? offices which they sustained ? Mr. About 60 times.

Skelton was called pastor, and Mr. What city does Charles river Higginson teacher. separate from Charlestown?

What was the difference? It In what stale, does the Merrimac was considered as the duty of the rise ?

teacher principally to instruct by What is its general'direction in doctrinal discussions, and of the N. H.? -- in Ms.?

pastor to make practical applicaWho took the lead in forming tions and to exhort. But probably a settlement at Salem ?

the difference was more in name,

than in reality.
Indian name of Salein ?

Indian name of Charlestown?
Whom did Endicott find at Mishawam.
Naumkeag ? Roger Conant and What Indians did they find at
two or three of his associates. Mishawam? The Abergenians.

Why did he not find Indians ? Who was their Sachem ? John
Probably most of them had been Sagamore.
cut off by pestilence; and all the What special kindness did he
survivors had withdrawn.

show the English ? He very readOn what account?

Probably ily allowed them to settle there. from fear of disease.

How did he treat them afterWhat most remarkable circum

wards ? He was always very starce was common to Paluxet and friendly. Naumkeag, at the arrival of our How much longer did he live? forefathers ? Not a native was About four years. found at either.

Of what disease, did he die ? Whence had Conant come to

Of the small pox. Naumkeag? Having continued Among whom, did the small pox awhile with the Plymotheans, he

make most dreadful ravages about removed to Nantasket; thence to

that time? The Indians in that C. Ann; and thence to Naum- | region.

In what hope, did Sagamore die? How many vessels came to Na That he should go to the Englishumkeag in 1628 ? Two.

man's God. With how many passengers ?

Why was Mishawam called Probably about 100

Charlestown? In honor of Charles I. What power did king Charles How many of the colony died in grant to the Ms. colony in 1629 !

that year? About 30. Q Where did the people settle,

♡ What most distinguished charthat came over in 1629 ?

acier came over in 1630 ? John What was Naumkeag thence

Winthrop. called! Salem,

To what office, had he beeu ap. What distinguished ministers pointed ?

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