During the short stay of Governor De La Warr one hundred and fifty, or more than half the settlers lost their lives.
Try to negotiate in concert with De La Warr the place of exile—Fiji suggested.
De La Warr was a humane man, who thought that order could be maintained without cruelty.
A new town was begun at the falls, in the fond belief that two mines were near, and De La Warr took up his residence there.
Some families appear to have gone to Virginia with De La Warr.
De La Warr's arrival had given the settlement new life and new hope.
Unfortunately De La Warr, who probably had never fully recovered his health, became ill during the voyage and died.
De La Warr began his administration by listening to a sermon from the good pastor, Mr. Buck.