But even this voyage and the several others that followed would not have been sufficient to arouse the Plymouth Company.
The Plymouth Company did business in a rather haphazard Way.
To the Plymouth Company were granted in like manner the land and appurtenances between the forty-first and forty-fifth parallels.
The northern branch of the great English trading company was called the Plymouth Company.
Though the Plymouth Company had obtained exclusive grants and privileges, they never achieved any actual colony.
The northern included all lands between the 38th and 45th degrees of north latitude, and was granted to the Plymouth Company.
Massachusetts now set up a claim to the southern portion of Vermont, founded on an ancient grant of the Plymouth Company.
In 1614 he returned to America, but now to the northern region assigned to the Plymouth Company.
After the disastrous failure of the Popham colony in 1608 the Plymouth Company for several years was inactive.