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By the president and Council of His Majesties Territory and Dominion of New-England in America

By the president and Council of His Majesties Territory and Dominion of New-England in America

an order for the holding of courts and execution of justice. : Published the 10th of June 1686.

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Published by Printed by Richard Pierce in [Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Courts -- New England.,
  • Justice, Administration of -- New England.,
  • New England -- Politics and government -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 39233.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationp. 3-10.
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14611378M

    In Smith published his "Description of New England," composed while he was a prisoner on board of the French piratical vessel, in order, as he says, to keep his perplexed thoughts from too much meditation on his miserable condition. The Plymouth Company now conferred upon him the title of Admiral of New England. The Council for New England, in May, , took notice of the complaints against Weston and moved that a proclamation be secured warning those who went to New England in contempt of authority (Records in Amer. Antiquarian Society Proceedings for April, , p. 59).

    Delaware; the crimes of the dynasty banished to our country men of learning, virtue, and did despotism render benefits to freedom. ‘The wisdom of God,’ as John Knox had predicted, ‘compelled the very malice of Satan, and such as were drowned in sin, to serve to his glory and the profit of his elect.’ Four hundred and seventy-four years after the barons at Runnymede had. 68 Council Records, ii. 52– cf. 2 Proceedings Massachusetts Historical Society, xiii. One item relating to the College, as it is not entered in College Book IV, may be given from another source: “At a Meeting of the Councill at Cambridge in New England July 23 rd [Present those mentioned in the text and in addition Bartholomew Gedney.].

    Council of New England—_____ ; Dutch West Spanish claim of dominion in America— (Papal Bull) _____ 41; Journal of the Proceedings of the Legislative Council of the Territory of the United States of America South of the River Ohio. Begun and held at Knoxville the 29th day of June, Early colonial English Governor in North America, most notably as the head of the Dominion of New England for most of its three-year existence. His rule of Puritan New England was so unpopular that when the news of the Glorious Revolution reached Boston in , he was arrested and sent back to .


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[Joseph Dudley; Territory and Dominion of New-England. President ( Dudley)]. By the President and Council of His Majesties Territory and Dominion of New England in America. In pursuance of His Majestie's commands for the regulation and settlement of government in the Narraganset Countrey, or Kings-Province, Wednesday, the twenty third of this instant moneth of June, is appointed for the meeting and opening of a court.

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"The Extention of His Majesties Dominions": The ~irginia Backcountry and the-~econfiguration of Imperial ~rontiers. Warren R. Hofstra. During the s, in Virginia west of the Blue Ridge, a settlement frontier devel- oped whose society and culture contrasted sharply with those already established in the colony.

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The Present State of the Country, as to the Polity of the. Joseph Dudley (Septem – April 2, ) was a colonial administrator, a native of Roxbury in Massachusetts Bay Colony, and the son of one of its had a leading role in the administration of the Dominion of New England (–) which was overthrown in the Boston served briefly on the council of the Province of New York where he oversaw the trial which Born: SeptemRoxbury, Massachusetts.

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The New England Confederation, formed inwas a primarily military organization consisting of New Plymouth, Massachusetts Bay, Connecticut, New Haven, Cornwall [Maine], and King's Province [a disputed area in southern New England].

This was essentially the same area as James II reorganized in as the Dominion of New England. The backbone of New England s economy during the colonial period. Ships from New England sailed first to Africa, exchanging New England rum for slaves. The slaves were shipped from Africa to the Caribbean (this was known as the Middle Passage, when many slaves died on the ships).

In the Caribbean, the slaves were traded for sugar and molasses. The king sent a letter, dated at Whitehall, Apto the President and Council of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, stating that he had pardoned Edward Gove and authorizing and requiring them, instead of Cranfield, to restore to him his estate; whereupon at a meeting of the Council held at Boston July 8,it was ordered on the.

For the settling, arming and training a militia for her majestie's service, to be ready on all occasions for the defence and preservation of this her colony and dominion, be it enacted, by the governor, council, and burgesses, of this present general assembly to list all male persons whatsoever, from sixteen to sixty years of age within.John Winthrop (12 January /8 [1] – 26 March ) was a wealthy English Puritan lawyer and one of the leading figures in the founding of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the first major settlement in what is now New England after Plymouth op led the first large wave of immigrants from England inand served as governor for 12 of the colony's first 20 years of existence.Jeremiah Dummer, A Defence of the New-England Charters (Boston, ) ; [Samuel Cranston and] R.

Ward, A Vindication of the Governour and Government of His Majesty’s Colony of Rhode-Island (Newport, ) ; David Lloyd, A Vindication of the Legislative Power () ; James Logan, The Antidote () ;