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“G. 3.c. 1 1 1, authorizing Importation of certain Articles under Permiflion of Go - vernors -- _ 203 28”
“When Lord Delawar was governor of Virginia, Sir Thomas Gates, Sir George Snauners, and Captain Newport, were appointed to be his deputy - vernors; but their ihip being feparated by a fiorm from the reft the fquadron, was in the year 16S9 wrecked on the Bermudas,”
“Agreement of William Henry Coulthurft, doctor in divinity* with the go - vernors of Nathaniel* Waterhoufe's charity for the purchafe of ground to erect, a church or chapel.”
“The chief officer in this place has the title of go» vcrnor - general of the Indies, to whom the Dutch go - vernors of all other fettlements are fubordinatc; and they are obliged to repair to Batavia in order to have their accounts pafled by him.”
Internet Archive: A Collection of voyages round the world [microform] : performed by royal authority : containing a complete historical account of Captain Cook's first, second, third and last voyages, undertaken for making new discoveries, &c. ... to which are added genuine narratives of other voyages of discovery round the world, &c. viz. those of Lord Byron, Capt. Wallis, Capt. Carteret, Lord Mulgrave, Lord Anson, Mr. Parkinson, Capt. Lutwidge, Mess. Ives, Middleton, Smith, &c. &c. ... being the most elegant and perfect work of the kind
“Their requeft to have their unpopular Go - vernors removed difregard -”
“They are defigned to prevent the abufe of power in the go - vernors; to folicit the kgiflative body for the improvement and defence of the fettlements, whofe rights and wants they reprefent; and to combine the particu - lar intereit of the trade of the colonies with the general welfare of the nation. —”
Internet Archive: The history of America, : from its discovery by Columbus to the conclusion of the late war. : With an appendix, containing an account of the rise and progress of the present unhappy contest between Great Britain and her colonies.
“The go - vernors, indeed, received their falaries; but the police of the province was fo neglected, that no provifion was reade for the clergy •, even marriages being folemnized by juftices of the peace.”
Internet Archive: A general history of the British empire in America : containing an historical, political, and commercial view of the English settlements ; including all the countries in North-America, and the West-Indies, ceded by the peace of Paris
“: vernors, or to their own sons, by which their empire was often miserably torn in pieces.”
“That by Vn-hingtng of Government, and putting it in the People, we Ihall bring Greater Mifchiefs upon our felves, thanthofe we feek to Avoid under our Go - vernors of God\ Appointment.”
“He appoints the Waywoods or Go - vernors of Provinces, and all the Civil and Military Officers.”
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