History of the Colony and Ancient Dominion of Virginia

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J.B. Lippincott and Company, 1860 - Colonization - 765 pages
 

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Contents

Dissolution of Charter of Virginia Company Earl of South
169
Royal Government established in Virginia Yeardley Gover
179
Maryland settled Contest between Clayborne and Lord Bal
187
Virginia during Harveys Administration He is recalled
193
Virginia during the Civil War of England Berkley Go vernor Kemp Governor
199
Virginia during the Commonwealth of England Bennet Governor
210
Maryland during the Protectorate
222
Virginia during the Protectorate Digges Governor Matthews Governor
233
Virginia under Richard Cromwell and during the Interreg num Berkley Governor
240
Loyalty of Virginia Miscellaneous Affairs Morrison Governor Berkley Governor
249
Scarburghs Report of his Proceedings in establishing the Boundary Line between Virginia and Maryland The Bear and the Cub an extract from the A...
259
Miscellaneous Affairs
263
Berkleys Statistics of Virginia
271
Threatened Revolt
274
Rev Morgan Godwyns Account of the Condition of the Church in Virginia
277
Indian Disturbances Disaffection of Colonists
280
Bacons Rebellion
283
Bacons Rebellion continued
293
Bacons Rebellion continued
308
Closing Scenes of the Rebellion
313
Punishment of the Rebels Berkleys death Succeeded by Jeffreys
319
Chicheley Governor Culpepper Governor
326
Statistics of Virginia
331
Effingham Governor Death of Beverley Effinghams Corruption and Tyranny
335
William and Mary proclaimed College chartered An dros Governor
343
Condition of Virginia Powers of Governor Courts and State Officers Revenue
349
Administration of Andros Nicholson again Governor
356
Assembly held in the College Ceremony of Opening Go vernors Speech
364

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