He was bound for the governor's house, but he came up with william bradford on the way and laid before him his thoughts.
His name was william bradford, and he was at that time thirty years of age.
His successor was the already mentioned chronicler, william bradford, who served the colony well and faithfully for twelve years.
william bradford his wife dyed soone after their arivall; and he maried againe; and hath 4.
william bradford, one of the first colonists, published an almanac for the year 1687.
In 1685, Philadelphia contained six hundred houses; schools were established, and william bradford had set up a printing press.
Colden came to be a friend of william bradford, as he had been of Hunter, and watched his work with deep interest.
He applied for work to old Mr. william bradford, the famous printer of the colonies, who had recently removed from Philadelphia.
The paper involved the printer in several actions for libel, and led to some lively passages with william bradford.
Work was not to be had there, and by the advice of william bradford he moved on to Philadelphia.