John Hull, a builder of the Bay colony

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The Southworth-Anthoensen press , Portland, Me
Hull, John, 1624-1683., Silverwork -- Massachusetts., Massachusetts -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-


Massachusetts, Massachus

Statementby Hermann Frederick Clarke.
LC ClassificationsNK7198.H76 C5
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 221 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6414867M
LC Control Number41004430

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A Builder of the Bay Colony (Reprint) Clarke. Hermann. Wolfeboro, N.H.: A. Pollock, facsimile reprint of the seldom seen original. pages, 15 halftone plates, brown cloth. As New. The definitive biography of Hull, who with partner Robert Sanderson, operated the colonial mint at Boston.

A well researched and Condition very Good. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab Clarke, Hermann HULL: A BUILDER OF THE BAY COLONY.

Portland: Southworth-Anthoensen Press, First edition. Small 4to, original brown cloth, gilt; top page edges gilt. xiv,(3) pages; fine frontispiece; 15 fine plates, including one depicting twenty New England, Willow Tree, Oak Tree and Pine Tree :// The diaries of John Hull, mint-master and treasurer of the colony of Massachusetts Bay.

From the original manuscript in the collection of the American antiquarian society. With a memoir of the author., ?R=   Second Report of the Redord Commissioners of the City of Boston, containing the Boston Redords,and The Book of Possessions, 2nd ed., Boston: Rockwell and Chruch, ; Hermann Frederick Clarke, John Hull: A Builder of the Bay Colony, Portland, Maine: Southworth-Anthoensen Press,p.

66; Richard Kenney, Early American Medalists   John Winthrop, godly counsel might override the dictates of civil justice and compel a well-to-do merchant to forgive the debts of a needy neighbor—and a pastor at that.

By such standards, Hull's threats displaced religious duty with profane litigation.3 2. Hull to Hubbard, Marcb 5,in 'Diaries of John Hull,' For statistics on PAGE 72 Chapter XV THE COMING OF THE HULL COMPANY During the summer ofaccording to a record in the Town Records of Dorchester, "there went out to New England 20 ships, with planters." (See the Western Antiquary, Vol.6, p) In Weymouth was numbered among the towns of the Massachusetts Bay ://   III.

Massachusetts Bay Colonists Named John Hull John Hull of Dorchester. There were at least two, or possibly three, individuals in Massachusetts Bay during the first half of the Seventeenth century with the name of John Hull. The first settler with the name John Hull came to Massachusetts inbecoming a freeman on August 7, ~rarebook/coins/ColCoin/ColCoinIntros/   In John Winthrop () organized a fleet of 11 ships to carry almost immigrants from England to America and founded the Massachusetts Bay ing in two groups in April and May, they arrived at various dates in June and July.

These ships were:The Ambrose; The Arabella; The Charles; The Hopewell; The Jewel; The Mayflower; The Success; The Talbot ; The   The colony's first offensive military operation came in when a force of men, drawn out from the militia but not by the mobilization of intact units, under CPT John Endicott, assisted by CPTs Underhill and Turner, sailed to Block Island to punish local Indians for the murder of a trading group (unrelated to the Bay Colony).

Mayflower, the ship that carried the Pilgrims from England to Plymouth, Massachusetts, in Although no detailed description of the original vessel exists, marine archaeologists estimate that the square-rigged sailing ship weighed about tons and measured 90 feet (27 metres) ://   The first book published in the British Colonies ().

Editors of the Bay Psalm Book most cited are John Eliot and Thomas Weld, ministerial colleagues at First Church Roxbury, and Richard Mather, minister in Dorchester (and perhaps 27 other ministers not often mentioned.) The first Bible published in the British Colonies () John Barnes, killed at the Battle of Sudbury in Inthe Massachusetts Bay Colony’s charter was revoked due to violation of several terms of the charter.

This sent the colonists into a state of panic and the future of the colony and its legal standing became ://   A Mrs.

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Hurte was named as the owner of another ship in the colony, the Truelove, formerly owned by John Cross, deceased in England. A much discussed case was that of William Bentley, on trial for the killing of Thomas Godby, which resulted when Mr.

Conge's boat ran ashore at Merry Point, near William Parker's John Verge (), architect, builder and pioneer settler, was born in Hampshire, England, the son of Nicholas Verge, a Christchurch builder who later worked at Bloomsbury in   The Hudson's Bay Company (HBC; French: Compagnie de la Baie d'Hudson CBH) is a Canadian retail business group.

A fur trading business for much of its existence, HBC now owns and operates retail stores in Canada and the United States. The company sold most of its European operations by August and its remaining stores, in the Netherlands, were closed by the end of 's_Bay_Company.

The Colony known as The Bay of Massachusetts Bay Psalm Book‎ (14 F) Thomas Brigham‎ (1 C) D Thomas Dudley‎ (4 F) E John Endecott‎ (2 C, 14 F) H John Hull (merchant)‎ (1 C, 32 F) M:Massachusetts_Bay_Company. In that same year, they renamed the town "Hingham," and it was incorporated as the 12th town in the Massachusetts Bay Colony.

Bythe Massachusetts Indians, weakened by plague and attacks by the Abanaki Tribe, granted the land "from the beginning of the world" to the settlers. This deed, bearing the mark of the Sachem Wompatuck, hangs in 2 days ago  Piano in the breakfast room, Elizabeth Bay House.

Breakfast room, Elizabeth Bay House. Other examples include Rockwall and Tusculum, Camden Park, Engehurst, Goderich Lodge, Toxteth. For example, designed by the fashionable architects John Nash and Decimus Burton. W S Macleay papers, Mitchell Library A, pp17–   PREFACE.

A picture of some phases of life in the early days of the Massachusetts Bay Colony is presented in the following pages; lightly sketched, as much of the detail has become dim or has disappeared with the passage of years, it never having been placed on record even among the :// This banner text can have markup.

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Digital resources are available 24/7 with your Hull Public Library :// Massachusetts Bay Colony was the first slave-holding colony in New England. The first slaves were brought to the colony in the early 17th century. The exact date slaves first entered Massachusetts is unknown but many sources suggest Samuel Maverick was the first slaveholder in the colony after he arrived in early Boston in with two slaves.

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