atutes at Large proves, beyond a question, that assemblies were convened, at least, as often as follows:—
1630, March,Hening, i.147—153.
Considering how imperfect are the early records, it is surprising that so considerable a list can be established.
The instructions to Sir William Berkeley do not first order asdministration of Harvey was disturbed by
1635 divisions, which grew out of other causes than infringements of the constitution.
De Vries, who visited Virginia in 1632—3, had reason to praise the advanced condition of the settlement, the abundance of its products, and the liberality of its governor.