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Edward Winslow (1595–1655)

Winslow, Edward. A Mayflower emigrant and governor of Plymouth Colony; born at Droitwich, England, Oct. 18, 1595; died at sea, between San Domingo and Jamaica, May 8, 1655. He was a hostage to Massasoit, his account of which was in George Morton’s ‘Relation’ (1622). He was the author of ‘Good Newes from New England,’ etc. (1624), printed in full in Young’s ‘Chronicles of the Pilgrim Fathers’ (1841); ‘Brief Narration; or, Hypocrisie Unmasked,’ etc. (1646), reissued as ‘The Danger of Tolerating Levellers in a Civill State,’ etc. (1649, printed in part in Young’s ‘Chronicles’); ‘New England’s Salamander,’ etc. (1647); ‘The Glorious Progress of the Gospel amongst the Indians of New England’ (1649); and ‘A Platform of Church Discipline in New England’ (1653).