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  List of Lists
List of Ceremonial counties of England by Population
List of Chancellors of the University of Cambridge
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 New Georgia Encyclopedia: Trustee Georgia, 1732-1752
Oglethorpe and his friends decided to add the Bray legacy to the funds in hand for the purpose of establishing a new colony between the Savannah and Altamaha rivers, in territory claimed by both the province of South Carolina and the Spanish colony of Florida.
The Trustees did not want to appoint a single governor because the king in council had to approve the appointment of governors, and the Trustees preferred to keep control in their hands.
Especially embarrassing was the list of grievances presented on the floor of Parliament by Thomas Stephens, son of the Trustees' agent in Georgia, William Stephens.
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 Paper Money 1723-1756   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Governor Patrick Gordon was sympathetic to the measure, but, while he appeared willing to ignore Hannah Penn's instructions to his predecessor, he hesitated to offend the Board of Trade.
The two governors cited royal instructions or the length of the excise taxes needed to support some of the proposed emissions as the reasons for their vetos.
The Assembly, however, pointedly asked the governor why a week earlier he was able to grant hundreds of thousands of proprietary acres to volunteers who would enlist, but believed himself prohibited from allowing the proprietary estates to be subject to a land tax.
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 North Carolina Governors
North Carolina's history as an organized governing system led by a governor may be viewed in five chronological stages: the Virginia colony, the southern plantation, the Lords Proprietors, the Royal colony, and the state of North Carolina.
A chronology of governors serving during each of these stages is listed at the bottom of the page.
Theactions of the Virginia governor outpaced his authority under the English Crown, and the Southern Plantation and its Commander were short-lived.
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 Encyclopedia: 1752
List of state leaders in 1751 - Events of 1752 - List of state leaders in 1753 - State leaders by year // Africa Ashanti Confederacy - Kusi Obodom, Asantehene (1750-1764) Bunyoro - Duhaga, Omukama of Bunyoro (1731-c.
Philip Morin Freneau (January 2, 1752 – December 18, 1832) was a United States poet and one of the most important writers/poets of The Age of Reason.
Francis Blomefield (July 23, 1705 - January 16, 1752) was an English topographer of the county of Norfolk.
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 Dictionary of Australian Biography We-Wy
Whyte and the colonial treasurer, Charles Meredith (q.v.) were the first to go on ministerial tours, and as a result vigorous efforts were made to open up the country by constructing roads and bridges.
The colonial office was unable to understand that convict labour could not be made to pay its way, and Wilmot was made responsible for the faults of a system he had no power to amend.
He was also in the forefront of the struggle with Gipps concerning generally the powers of the council and the governor on the land question, and in 1846 moved and carried an address to the governor acquainting him that the council could not entertain a bill he had originated.
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 COLONIAL AMERICA
Though religious toleration had been introduced into other colonies previously by individual proprietors or governors, this was the earliest legislative enactment in America asserting the principle of religious toleration.
Governor Berkeley, who had been Governor since 1642, had Charles II proclaimed as King and invited him to assume the administration of Virginia.
France relinquished to England all her possessions on the mainland of North America east of the Mississippi River except New Orleans; Spain ceded Florida to England in exchange for Havana, captured during the war; and France ceded to Spain the territory west of the Mississippi.
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 List of colonial governors in 1753 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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António Álvares da Cunha, Governor of Angola (1753-1758)
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 List of Blekinge Governors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This is a list of Governors for Blekinge County in Sweden from 1683 to present.
Blekinge separated from Kalmar County in 1683 se List of Kalmar Governors before that date.
Colonial governors from the fifteenth century to the present;: A comprehensive list,
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 Complete List of NYS Attorneys General   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Defeated in race for Governor by Thomas Dewey in 1942.
Between 1684 and 1777, the Colonial Attorneys General were appointed by the King of England, or the Colonial Governors on the Crown's behalf.
By the Constitution the governor was required to do the appointing with the "advice and consent of the council." But in practice it subordinated the governor to the council whenever a majority of the assembly was politically opposed to him, and the annual election of the council greatly increased chances of such opposition.
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 Colonial Georgia
The colony of Georgia was truly the vision of James Edward Oglethorpe.
Oglethorpe established a perimeter around the colony including Fort Augusta, Fort Fredrica and Fort St. Simon (List of Georgia forts) and had slavery and liquor banned from the colony.
In 1752 the trustees returned the colony to the king, unwilling to continue for the entire 21 years stated in the charter.
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 List of colonial governors in 1752 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Angola - António de Almeida, Governor of Angola (1749-1753)
Diogo Fernandes Salema e Saldanha, Governor of Macau (1749-1752)
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 Colonial America
Governor Rivera's military instinct and sense of responsibility for the security of the land, on the other hand, urged him to cow the savages with reprisals so frightful they would not soon forget them.
The relationship between Governor Neve and Rivera was spelled out in the instructions prepared by Viceroy Bucareli and sent to Neve along with his letter of appointment.
Neve was the first man with the full title of Governor of the Californias to be directly charged with the administration of the new northern area.
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This is a list of people whose primary vocation did not involve mathematics (or any similar discipline) yet made notable, and sometimes important, contributions to the field of mathematics.
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 List of colonial governors in 1752 -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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 Colonial Virginia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
That a colony was planted in Virginia, at or near Jamestown, in 1526, again on the Rappahannock in 1570, is not generally known.
January 8, 1608, the first ship to arrive in the colony, since the settlement, anchored off Jamestown and landed what is termed the first supply of colonists who together with others, from a,ship arriving on the 20th of April, gave a total of 120 additional members, three in excess of the original number of settlers.
Governor Dale accompanied Argall on the trip, and "escaped killing very narrowly" in one of the attacks on an Indian village.
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 Middle East Open Encyclopedia: 1752   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This is an extract from The Middle East Open Encyclopedia, made possible through the Wikimedia Foundation.
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Iraq Museum International always displays the most recent published revision of the source article, 1752; all previous versions may be viewed here.
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 Tyler, Education in Colonial Virginia. III. Free Schools
By an advertisement in the Virginia Gazette we learn that in 1752 the perquisites of Syms’ school was £31 annually.
This supposition is confirmed by the fact that, eleven years before (in 1660), the colonial Assembly had passed an act for the founding of “a college and free schoole,” to which object Berkeley, the council, and the members of the General Assembly all subscribed.
James Blair, a Scotch clergyman, recently arrived in the colony, assumed the initiative, and Governor Francis Nicholson and his council, as well as the Convention of Clergy held at Jamestown in 1690, enthusiastically adopted the proposals drawn by him for a college, to be recommended to the next General Assembly.
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 New Jersey Colonial Sites
Colonial house located at the foot of the Palisades near where the British climbed up to attack Fort Lee in 1776.
Run by the National Society of Colonial Dames of America.
Colonial house, part of Thomas Whitlock homestead, 1663-1703.
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 CD-ROM Collection List
for a list of common surnames which may be excluded from free searches.
Keep in mind that most of the disks listed below containing census information DO NOT contain the actual census records; they have only lists of the names of the "Heads Of Household" with a page number where additional information about that individual's household members may be found in the actual census records.
This index is unique in that it not only lists the "Head of Household", but every member of the household as well for every county in the state.
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 MARYLAND - Online Information article about MARYLAND
governor, as well as lunatics or those who have been convicted of See also:
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veto power whatever was given to the governor until 1867, when, in the present constitution, it was provided that no See also:
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A son would be listed when he reached the age of 16-21, depending on current laws.
Land grants could be obtained from the King of England through the colonial governors.
1752 - William Pool, 'joyner', sold 87 acres on the north side of Flatt Creek to William Bell, planter, for 15 pounds on June 1, 1752.
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 A School History of the United States, by John Bach McMaster   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
%45.  The Year 1643.%—­The year 1643 is thus an important one in colonial history.  It was in that year that the New Haven colony was founded; that the league of The United Colonies of New England was formed; and that Roger Williams obtained the first charter of Rhode Island.
was restored to the throne of England, and a new era opens in colonial history.  In 1661 the little colony of Connecticut promptly acknowledged the restoration of Charles II.
But his work was far from ended.  The valley he had explored, the territory he had added to France, must be occupied, and to occupy it two things were necessary:  1.  A colony must be planted at the mouth of the Mississippi, to control its navigation and shut out the Spaniards.
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 Spanish and Portuguse Colonial Possessions
Like Hong Kong, the colony was a Chinese window on the larger world and a good source of foreign currency.
The list of Governors of Macao is from a page at the World Statesmen site.
Cuba, whose governors are at right, was one of the earliest Spanish colonies, and one of the last.
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 Chronology On The History Of Slavery And Racism: 1790 - 1829
Those already in the colony prior to the Act were to remain slaves for the rest of their lives.
In 1822, the society established on the west coast of Africa a colony that in 1847 became the independent nation of Liberia.
Haitian slaves in the French colony of Saint Domingue (Haiti) on Hispaniola rise under the leadership of Pierre Dominque Toussaint L’Ouverture, 51, Jean Jacques Dessalines, 36, and Henri Christophe, 27.
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 1752 Online Research :: Information about 1752   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Years: 1749 1750 1751 - 1752 - 1753 1754 1755
1752 in topic: Art 1752 in architecture - 1752 in literature - 1752 in music Other topics 1752 in Canada - 1752 in science
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 New Netherland Project Bibliography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Calendar of New York Colonial Manuscripts Indorsed Land Papers in the Office of the Secretary of state of New York, 1643-1803.
"Protocol of Dirck van Schellune, Secretary of the Colony of Rennselaerswyck, 1660-1665." Dutch Settlers Society of Albany Yearbook 16 (1940-1941).
Hageman, Howard G. "The Dutch Battle for Higher Education in the Middle Colonies." Education in New Netherland and the Middle Colonies: Papers of the 7th Rensselaerswyck Seminar of the New Netherland Project.
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 List of Governors of North Carolina - InfoSearchPoint.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
List of Governors of North Carolina - InfoSearchPoint.com
This is a list of the governors of North Carolina from the colonial period to the present.
John Archdale 1695-1696 (Governor of North and South Carolina)
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 Utility, Property, and Political Participation: James Mill on Democratic Reform, by Murray Milgate
Ricardo expressed his doubts to Mill as to whether "the Government and laws of one state of society" were well "adapted for another state of society" (Ricardo 1951-73, 7:22).
His doubts arose from an obvious consideration, namely, that the "people of England, who are governors, have an interest opposed to that of the people of India, who are the governed, in the same manner as the interest of despotic sovereign is opposed to that of his people" (ibid., 239).
He was led, therefore, to wonder whether the "salutory dread of insurrection" was all that remained to check "misrule and oppression" in that country (ibid., 241).
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