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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Henry Hartwell; James Blair; Edward Chilton; Hunter Dickinson Farish; Great Britain.
|Notes:||"This narrative ... was originally written in 1697 ... It was first published in the year 1727, by John Wyat ... in London."--Introd.
"Charter granted by King William and Queen Mary, for the founding of William and Mary College in Virginia": p. 72-94.
|Description:||lxxiii, 105 p. : front., plates, ports., facsim. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Of the natural advantages of the country --
Of the several sorts of inhabitants and cultivation of Virginia --
Of land, how it is taken up, lapses and escheats --
Of the governor --
Of the council --
Of thier laws, and legistlative power --
Concerning the administration of justice --
Concerning the secretary's office --
An account of all publick money and tobacco, and present state of the revenue --
Concerning the militia and other forces --
Concerning the church and religion --
Concerning the college --
The charter for erecting the college, granted by King William and Queen Mary.
|Series Title:||[Williamsburg restoration historical studies, no. 1]|
|Responsibility:||by Henry Hartwell, James Blair, and Edward Chilton. Edited, with an introduction by Hunter Dickinson Farish.|