Edward Randolph; Including His Letters and Official Papers from the New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies in America, with Other Documents Relating Chiefly to the Vacating of the Royal Charter of the Colony of Massachusetts Volume 5

Edward Randolph; Including His Letters and Official Papers from the New England, Middle, and Southern Colonies in America, with Other Documents Relating Chiefly to the Vacating of the Royal Charter of the Colony of Massachusetts Volume 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...Province of the 1 Massachusets bay in New England & New Hampshire./ Road Island--Thorn' Newton Attorney Genl & advocate. Carolina--Jonathan Armory Attorney Gen'.& advocate. Bermudas--Nicholas Trott Attorney Gen'.& advocate. Bahama Islands--John Leighton Attorney Gen1. It is humbly proposed for his Ma'. Service That the same person be the Attorney General for his Ma? in all pleas of the Crowne, And also the Advocate in the Courts of Admiralty to Try the seizures made of Goods & VelTells for Breach of the Acts of Trade, And all Plantacon Bonds Forfeited--And also all Prizes taken at sea &c The Governours of the Plantacons under his Ma" Immediate Authority, To have Power by Commission from his Ma? to appoint Persons to Supply the Vacancy of Judges Registers and Marshalls, and also Attorneys General, and Advocates upon the Removal or Death of any of the present officers who are thereby Impower'd to Act in their severall places and offices, untill his Mas pleasure be further knowne. The Attorneys Generall are made by warrant under the Privy Seale or Great Seale, The Advocates by Warr! from the R! Honob!e the Lords of the Admiralty, directed to the Judge of the Admiralty in England, who gives them his Deputation under the seale of his Office. 'Tis necessary That the Officers of the Courts of Admiralty have Fees allow'd them Stated by the Judge of the Admiralty in England, for the time being, in regard of the Long Long & Tedious Journey They must take, if Occasion do's offer. I recd this Paper of Names from Mr Randolph this 3 March 1696 Addressed To William Popple Esq' Secry to the R! Hono the Lords Comm? of the Councill of Trade These. Endorsed Lre from y Sec? of ye Cua house with a List of y names of persons proposed...show more

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  • Paperback | 90 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 177g
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  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236606493
  • 9781236606495