Of Plymouth Plantation, 1620-1647 - The Second Book Chapters XXIII-XXVII Summary & Analysis

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Chapter XXIII: Anno Dom 1632; More Allerton Doings

Allerton continued to deceive the Pilgrims and former friends. Allerton had been paid £1000 to perform certain acts once he reached England. Allerton gladly took the money and never performed any of the required tasks. Allerton was supposed to take a ship to London and pay £30 per month for her hire. Instead, Allerton went to Bristol with the ship. Allerton was a clever and unscrupulous man at this point and ended up selling things that did not belong to him. The Pilgrims could do little about it.

Plymouth Plantation began to grow far enough outward that people found the need to develop their own congregations. It was also necessary for people to find more land to raise cattle and grow crops. The population explosion in the area of the Bay of...

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