To establish a colony, one based on religion, similar to that of Massachusetts
To convert Puritans
Improved relations with the natives.
Provided the right to vote for every male "head of the family.
Granted each male colonist 50 acres for himself and for every person who's voyage to the colony he financed.
Helped assist with the rise of cotton in the colonies.
Only succeeded in New England.
Ensured the equal distribution of land.
Provided colonists with the means to travel to the colonies.
Granted political rights.