Church Covenant. Settlement of Boston. Temperance Movement 33 CHAPTER
IV. First Winter in New England. Impending Famine. Fast turned into
Thanksgiving. Letters to his Wife and Son. Winthrop re-elected Governor.
Blessing of the Bay.
Winthrop's Letters to his Wife and Son 201 CHAPTER XIV. Winthrop chosen
Governor again. Visited by the Indians. The Colony Charter in Danger, and saved
. First Printing-press 219 CHAPTER XV. Winthrop exercises his Regiment.
LETTERS TO HIS WIFE AND SON. WINTHROP RE-ELECTED GOVERNOR.
BLESSING OF THE BAY. NIGHT SCENE AT MISTICK. VISIT TO SALEM. The first
winter after the arrival of the Governor and Company was one of great severity
CHAPTER XIII. MORE STRIFE. THE GREAT NEW-ENGLAND COUP D'fiTAT.
ESSAY OX THE POWER OF THE CHURCH. WINTHROP'S LETTERS TO HIS WIFE AND SON. Not long before Vane's departure from New England, and while
Letters to his wife, 216, 217. Letter to his son John, ib. Elected Governor for the
sixth time, 219. Illness of, ib. His intercourse with Uncas, the Mon- ahegan
sachem, ib. Refuses to send the charter to Governor Cradock, 221, 223. Policy of,