The York County Conspiracy was a plan by indentured servants to rise up against authorities in York County in 1661. Led by Isaac Friend
and William Clutton, the servants were angered by the lack of meat in their diet, but
their conspiracy apparently was revealed before they could act. The county court warned Friend about his
behavior and encouraged his overseer to watch him more carefully. Clutton was ordered
arrested for delivering "seditious words & speeches," but the result of t. . .
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