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1751, Patent for Plymouth in New England
A 1751 printing of the land patent, granted in 1629, and known as the "Warwick/Bradford Patent," along with various extracts from Plymouth records.
This patent, issued by the governing Council of New England, provided for a settlement which included the Plymouth Colony and territory on the
Kennebeck River in Maine. Of note, William Bradford, governor of Plymouth Colony was the named party in this non-royal patent. In addition, mention (see
page 6) was made of Captain Miles Standish as the Council's attorney. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the John Carter
Brown Library in Providence, Rhode Island).
Title:   A patent for Plymouth in New-England : to which is annexed, extracts from the records of that colony, &c. &c.
OCLC Number:   62818620
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