The Real America in Romance, Volume 6; A Century Too Soon (A Story
John R. Musick

Part 6 out of 6

Berkeley's proclamation against Puritan pastors
Berkeley invites Charles II. to come to Virginia
Berkeley, deposed by roundheads in 1650, retires to
Greenspring Manor
Berkeley restored in 1660 by Charles II.
Berkeley's opinion of free schools and printing
Berkeley informs home government that all trouble
with the Indians is happily over
Berkeley's excuse for refusing Bacon's commission
Berkeley denounces Bacon as a rebel
Berkeley pardons Bacon
Berkeley preparing to resist Bacon
Berkeley and Bacon meet
Berkeley revokes Bacon's commission and denounces
him a rebel
Berkeley in possession of Jamestown
Berkeley demands surrender of Jamestown
Berkeley's attack on Bacon's works
Berkeley's tyranny at York
Berkeley's departure from Virginia
Berkeley's territory conveyed to the Duke of York
Bland, execution of
Brent reported advancing
Buckingham succeeds Clarendon
Burning of Jamestown
Calvert, Sir George, at Jamestown, 1630
Calvert, Governor of Maryland
Carolinia, William Hawley, governor of
Carolinia settled by New Englanders
Carolinia constitution
Carteret, New Jersey conveyed to
Carteret enters New Jersey with a hoe on his shoulder
Carteret, Governor of New Jersey, deposed
Census of New England in 1675
Charles I. beheaded in 1649
Charles II. declared king of England in 1660
Charles II. pursuing the judges of his father
Charles II., character of
Charles II. profligate and careless
Charles II.'s opinion of Sir William Berkeley
Cheeseman, trial of
Cheeseman's death
Cheeseman, Mrs., before Berkeley
Church and his men surrounded at Punkateeset
Clarendon in exile
Claybourne, William, the great rebel, at Kent Island
Clove, Anthony, governor of reconquered New Amsterdam
Coddington's, William, commission for governing islands
within limits of Rhode Island charter
Commissioners sent to demand Massachusetts charter
Connecticut obtains a new charter under Winthrop
Connecticut after the restoration
Connecticut under Winthrop procures another constitution
Cromwell, Oliver, rules England as Protector
Cromwell, Oliver, dies in 1658 and names his son
Richard as his successor
Culpepper, Lord, and Arlington receive from Charles II.
grant of all Virginia for thirty-one years
Curles, Bacon's home
Death of Nathaniel Bacon
De Vries robbed by the Indians
De Vries chosen president of popular assembly
Dixwell, John, one of the executioners of Charles I
Drummond, William, appointed Governor of Carolinia
in 1666
Drummond brings North Carolinia into notice of the
Drummond before Berkeley
Drummond, execution of
Drummond, Sarah, banished with her children
Drummond's, Sarah, appeal reaches the throne
Dutch capture New York
Dyer, Mary, execution of
Effect of the restoration on Virginia
Elizabethtown, New Jersey, founded by Carteret
Elliott, John, missionary among Indians
Emigrants to Carolinia
Emigrants to New Jersey from New England
English government in a state of chaos after the death
of Cromwell
Endicott, John, Governor of Massachusetts
Execution of Robinson and Stevenson
Farlow, Captain, hung by Berkeley
Fisher, Mary, in Massachusetts
Forebodings of war
Gathering of Virginians at Curles
Goffe and the fencing-master
Goffe, William, one of the judges who tried and condemned
Charles I
Goffe and Whalley hiding from the king's men
Gorges recovers his claim
Greene, Roger, guide into Carolinia wilderness
Greenspring Manor, Berkeley's country residence
Grievances of Virginians
Hadley attacked by the Indians
Hansford, Colonel, prepares to resist Berkeley
Hansford abandons Jamestown
Hansford hung
Harvey, Sir John, Governor of Virginia in 1629
Harvey, Sir John, deposed by Wert
Hawley, Governor of Carolinia
Heath, Sir Robert, receives patent to lands south of
Hollanders attack Indians at Hoboken
Indian war of 1644
Indians in New Amsterdam driven to New Jersey
Indian advancement in education
Indians' lands taken from them
Ingram chosen in place of Bacon
Ingram's surrender
James, Duke of York, has all New Netherland granted
to him by his brother Charles II
Jamestown besieged by Bacon
Jamestown captured by Bacon
Jamestown destroyed by Bacon and has never been rebuilt
Judges who tried and condemned Charles I
Kieft, Governor of New Netherland, demands the murderer
of the wheelwright
Kieft sends an expedition against the Indians
Kieft recalled, perishes on his way to Holland
King Philip aims a blow at Hadley, Hatfield and
King's men, character of
Lancaster attacked by Indians
Lawrence escapes into the wilds of North Carolinia
Law against Quakers repealed in 1661
Laws made by Bacon repealed
_Longtail_, Claybourne's trading ship
Lovelace appointed Governor of New York
Massachusetts controls the New England confederacy
Massachusetts' charter threatened
Massachusetts after the restoration
Massachusetts not punished for her defiance
Massasoit, death of, 1661
Matapoiset, attack on
Meeting between Carteret and Nicolls
Middle Plantation oath
Money first coined hi North America (in Massachusetts), 1652
Muddy Brook, fight at
Narragansetts, Philip among
Navigation act, one of Virginia's grievances
New Amsterdam granted a government like the free
cities of Holland
New Amsterdam conquered by the English and changed
to New York
New England confederation
New England, growth of
New England colonies slandered
New Haven colony
New Jersey, how effected by change
New Jersey charter
New Jersey's encouragement to emigrants
New Jersey falls into the hands of the Dutch
New York not represented in Parliament
New York attacked by the Dutch
New York re-captured by the Dutch and re-christened New Amsterdam
Nicolls, Col. Richard, arrives at Now Amsterdam
Nicolls succeeded by Lovelace in 1667 as the governor
of New York
Nipmucks, Philip among
North Carolinia's first legislature in 1666
Nutten (now Governor's Island), Indians agree to go
Old Dominion, how Virginia derived the name of
Oliverian plot
Opechancanough captured when almost one hundred
years old and assassinated
Orange changed to Albany
Parliament orders a fleet to Virginia in 1650
Pavonia, the territory of Pauw
Philip's, King, opposition to war
Philip, King, weeps on hearing that white man's
blood has been shed
Philip, King, among the Nipmucks
Philip, King, pursued
Philip, King, death of
Pokanokets rejected Christianity
Popular assembly, the first at New Amsterdam
Population of Virginia
Printz, governor of Swedes in Delaware
Puritans of New England
Quakers persecuted in Massachusetts
Quitrents demanded of people in New Jersey
Raritans of New Jersey persecuted by the Dutch
Rhode Island granted a new charter in 1644
Rhode Island granted another charter in 1663
Rising, John, on the Delaware
Roundheads conquer Virginia in 1653
Rowlandson, Mrs., narrative of attack on her house
Royalists, triumph of
Sassaman, John, Christian Indian who betrayed the
plans of Philip
Savage sent to Mount Hope
South Kingston, Indians at
Stuyvesant, Peter, sent as governor to New Amsterdam
Stuyvesant forms treaty with New England
Stuyvesant and the Swedes on the Delaware
Stuyvesant recaptures Fort Cassimer
Stuyvesant's answer to the English demand to surrender
Stuyvesant consents to surrender New Amsterdam
Stuyvesant goes to Holland
Stuyvesant returns to New York
Sudbury, attack on
Suffrage confined to freeholders, under Charles II
Swansey, beginning of King Philip's war on
Swedes on the Delaware, trouble with
Swen, Schute, captures Fort Cassimer and names it
Fort Trinity
Van Dyck kills an Indian squaw in his peach orchard
Van Dyck killed by Indians in retaliation
Vane, Sir Henry, a victim of the restoration
Vane, Sir Henry, executed
Virginia divided into eight shires
Virginia restored to monarchy
Virginia threatened with civil war
Virginia, home ruled
Virginia's defence, 1675
Washington, Major John, kills Indians while bringing
a flag of truce
Whalley, one of Cromwell's generals
Wheelwright murdered by Indians
Wilford, Captain, hung by Berkeley
Windsor, Indian attack on
Winthrop and Governor Stuyvesant
Winthrop, John, and Charles II.


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A.D. 1643 TO A.D. 1680.

1644. SECOND INDIAN MASSACRE in Virginia; 800 whites
killed,--April 18.

1645. CLAIBORNE'S REBELLION in Maryland; Gov. Calvert
fled to Virginia.

1649. CHARLES I., King of Great Britain, beheaded,--Jan. 30.

1650. FIRST SETTLEMENT in North Carolina, on the
Chowan River, near Edenton.

1653. OLIVER CROMWELL appointed Lord Protector of
Great Britain,--Dec. 16.

1655. RELIGIOUS WAR in Maryland between Protestants
and Catholics; New Sweden conquered by the Dutch.

1656. QUAKERS came to Massachusetts; cruel treatment
by Puritans.

1660. MONARCHY restored in Great Britain; Charles II.
king,--May 29.
NAVIGATION ACTS passed restricting colonial trade.

1663. CLARENDON GRANT to Lord Clarendon and others,--March
24. (This grant extended from 30 deg. to
36 deg. lat., and from ocean to ocean.)
CHARTER OF RHODE ISLAND, giving religious liberties,
granted,--July 8.

1664. NEW NETHERLANDS granted to the Duke of York
and Albany,--March 12.

NEW JERSEY granted to Berkeley and Carteret,--June 24.

STUYVESANT surrenders New Amsterdam (New York City).

FORT ORANGE, N. Y., named Albany,--Sept. 24.

ELIZABETH, N. J., settled by emigrants from Long Island.

1665. CONNECTICUT AND NEW HAVEN united under the
name of Connecticut,--May.

SECOND CHARTER of Carolina; boundary extended
to 29 deg. lat.,--June 30.

CLARENDON COLONY, near Wilmington, N. C., permanently

1670. DETROIT, MICH., settled by the French.
CARTERET COLONY settled on Ashley River, near Charleston, S. C.

1671. MARQUETTE established the Mission of St. Ignatius,
at Michilimackinac.

1673. VIRGINIA granted to Culpepper and Islington.
MARQUETTE AND JOLIETTE explored the Mississippi River to the Arkansas.

1674. MARQUETTE founded a Missionary Station at Chicago, 111.

1675. MARQUETTE founded a mission at Kaskaskia, Ill.
KING PHILIP'S WAR in New England began.

1676. BACON'S REBELLION against Berkeley in Virginia,
one hundred years before independence.
QUINQUEPARTITE DEED formed in East and West Jersey--west to the Quakers
and east to Carteret. Dividing line from Little Egg Harbor to lat.
41 deg. 41' on the northernmost branch of the Delaware River.


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