1624Eighteen additional colonists were brought to Cape Ann to join the 14 who were left the year before.People and Communities, European Colonists

The Fellowship returned along with a Flemish fly boat that had to be adapted for the fishing voyage. The ships arrived late in the season, and the catch was small. There were now 32 settlers on Cape Ann, including John Tylly, who oversaw the fishing industry, and Thomas Gardener, who oversaw the plantation. Expenses for ship repairs, as well as wages for the crew and provisions for the settlers, meant that once again the Dorchester Company did not turn a profit.

Young, Alexander. Chronicles of the First Planters of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, 1623-1636. C.C. Little and J. Brown, 1846. Babson, John James, and Samuel Chandler. History of the Town of Gloucester, Cape Anne, Including the Town of Rockport. Procter Brothers, 1860, http://archive.org/details/historytownglou00changoog
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