Charter of the Marine Society, granted by the state of Rhode-Island, anno 1785. by Marine Society (Newport, R.I.)

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Published by Printed by Peter Edes. in Newport [R.I.] .

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 45933.
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Pagination5, [1] p.
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Forced to flee Rhode Island because of persecution, Williams established a policy of religious and political freedom in his new settlement.

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