America and West Indies: June 1629

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Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies: Volume 1, 1574-1660. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1860.

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June 1629

June 15. Return of defaulters of musters taken at Dorchester, in which occurs the name of John Gould, gone to Virginia. [DOMESTIC Corresp. Car. I.,] 1629, July 27.
June? 14. Antoine de Ridouet, Baron de Sancé, to [Sec. Dorchester]. His great desire to be the means of settling French Protestants in Virginia, to plant vines, olives, and make silk and salt, induces him to solicit the King to appoint him gentleman of his privy chamber, and to grant both him and his son letters of denization. [French On 27 June 1629 the King granted letters of denization to De Sancé and his son George. Sign Manual, Car. I., Vol. XI., No. 14.]