Grant of Hampshire to Capt. John Mason, 7th of Novemr., 1629 (1)

This Indenture made ye Seaventh day of Novembr Anno Dom'v 1629 & in ye Fifth yeeare of ye Reigne of our Soveraigne Lord Charles by ye Grace of God King of England Scotland ffrance & Ireland Defender of the ffaith &c Between ye President & Councell of new England on the one partie & Capt John Mason of London Esqr on ye other partie Witinesseth yt whereas our late Soveraigne Lord of ffaimous Memory King James for ye makeing a Plantation & estahlishing of a Colony or Colonyes in the Countrey called or knowen by ye name of New England in America did his Highness letters patents under ye greate Seale of England bearing date att Westminster ye third day of Novembr

(1) Historical Collections; Consisting of state Papers, and other authentic Documents; intended as Material for an History of the United states of America. By Ebenezer Hazard, Philadelphia, printed by T. Dodson, for the Author MDCCXCII. I. 289-295.

For all the New Hampshire Grants. charters, Leases, Deeds, Royal Instructions 1620-1746, and later organic acts to 1770 see New Hampshire state Papers, [Edited by Hon. A. S. Batchellor] Vol. XXIX, Concord, N.H. 1896 also, Laws of New Hampshire, Vol. I, Province Period, ]679-1702. Manchester, N. H., 1904.

New Hampshire state Papers; XXIX, Vol. VI, pp. US 33. Back

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