No ruler personally did. It was the Virginia Company.
The Pilgrims left England in 1608 and went to Holland. They considered the Dutch morally bankrupt and left Holland on September 6, 1620 on a ship called the Speedwell. The Speedwell sailed to England to join up with the Mayflower. However, the Speedwell began to leak so badly that it returned to England and its 102 passengers continued on aboard the Mayflower.
A relatively small group of Christians, called Puritans, had differing religious opinions and conflicts with the State religion of Great Britain. They traveled to the Netherlands to escape persecution in England. This failed to work out so upon returning to England they applied for permission to settle a colony in the New World. They were approved to do so. They settled in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in New England. In the early 1600's Their ship was the famous Mayflower.
his ignorance to not deal with the dutch revolt and leave it discharged. also the war with england and loosing the spanish armadour in 1588
medicalleave mean a half pay leave ,if a persen han no medical leave in credit ,he can avail earn leave as medical leave on mc basis .he can produce the mc and can avail a commuted leave or medical leave .
One of the widely accepted reasons is that Europeans were attempting to find a route to China and India. However, while true, this statement lacks truth. Many Europeans were seeking freedom from religious persecution. Ever hear of the Pilgrims? That's what they were all about. Other reasons to come to North America would be cheap land, a chance for adventure, and easy money.
On the Mayflower
The Pilgrims were seeking religious freedom.
The pilgrims left from SouthHampton, England. They left on September 6,1620.
the church of England
Because the King of England didn't want them to leave.
1620 April 17
They told the england that they wasn"t alive no more
They had a right to leave England so long as they didn't go somewhere else illegally.