The second letter continues beginning "...his many Irregularities in Government" :
"I. He presumed to Refuse taking the Oaths of Alleglance and Supremacy to their Majesties King William and Queen Mary, having (as may without breath of Charity be supposed some hopes of a Change of the seen in England, by King James's Remounting the Throne again."
As discussed in previous post, this historic period placed many against one another based upon their religious beliefs. Cadwallader (JO-1) was appointed governor under James II [Catholic] 1689, just as the religious turmoil in England was coming to a head. James II was to flee to France, December 1689, and the refusal to take the Oath was based upon the hope that James II would return to the thrown.
A large number of events were occurring in Scotland, Ireland, and France which have been discussed in "Our First Revolution, The Remarkable British Upheaval That Inspired America's Founding Fathers", by Michael Barone, Crown Publishers, NY., 2007] It is called "The Glorious Revolution" in English history books. So, from the very beginning of Cadwallader's (JO-1) arrival to the Bahamas, the Puritan settlement [under Thomas Bulkley (BUL-1)] was in direct conflict with the political and religious system that had appointed Cadwallader (JO-1) as governor.
This figure has been discussed before in several prior posts trying to show the opposing belief systems.
The list will be continued.