. A history of the United States. SiR Edmund Andros After the portrait in the StateLibrary at Hartford 144 HOW THE COLONIES WERE GOVERNED. trol. The purpose was to weaken the Quakers and the Puri-tans, the first being strong in Pennsylvania, and the secondin New England. Bacons Rebellion. — Sometimes troubles in the coloniesarose over what the governor left undone, rather than overwhat he did. Governor Berkeley of Virginia in 1676 neg-lected to defend from Indian attacks the planters on the fron-tier, then a short distance northwest of Richmond. He was apparently afraid oflosing a profitable t

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. A history of the United States. SiR Edmund Andros After the portrait in the StateLibrary at Hartford 144 HOW THE COLONIES WERE GOVERNED. trol. The purpose was to weaken the Quakers and the Puri-tans, the first being strong in Pennsylvania, and the secondin New England. Bacons Rebellion. — Sometimes troubles in the coloniesarose over what the governor left undone, rather than overwhat he did. Governor Berkeley of Virginia in 1676 neg-lected to defend from Indian attacks the planters on the fron-tier, then a short distance northwest of Richmond. He was apparently afraid oflosing a profitable tradewith the Indians.When the plantersasked for protectionhe not only refused toHsten to them, butordered them to sendno more petitions.The Virginians decidedto help themselves,and under the leader-ship of Nathaniel Bacon, whose plantation had also sufferedfrom Indian raids, marched against the Indians. No sooner were Bacon and his followers on the frontierfighting the Indians than Berkeley proclaimed them rebelsfor waging war against his will. Bacon prepared for warwith the governor, and, it is said, suggested that Virginia,Maryl