|Caption||The Pilgrim Fathers. Money was desperately needed to equip the expedition (left) and a man named Weston raised a considerable sum. But in Southampton a row blew up over money and £60 worth of provisions had to be sold and unloaded to make good the sum needed (right). Original artwork for illustrations on p20 of L&L issue no. 451 (5 September 1970).|
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|Keywords||Puritans Mayflower Pilgrim Fathers Southampton port America ship emigrants|
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