Significant Historical Happenings By Year: 1624-26.
§On March 25th, 1625, the Pope gave special dispensation for the English marriage of the sister of Louis XIII, Henrietta Maria (1609-69).
§On March 27th, 1625, James of England died.
§June 12th, 1625: Henrietta Maria, age 16 years, arrives to take up her duties as the wife to the Charles I of England.
§To cure favouritism, in October, 1626, at Virginia, "an order had to be made that ships were to come straight up to James City, and not break bulk or make sale of goods before there arriving, but to deliver up an invoice of their goods, then bring them ashore and not sell anything of for ten days, so that the whole colony should have notice of the same and send a representative to get supplies for the family." (Chatterton, p. 103.)
§In 1626, La Tour was dispossessed of his establishment at Penobscot by the English who came up from the Plymouth colony.
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