with agreements and stipulations, was speedily prepared.
The title of the association was, Trustees for Settling and Establishing the Colony of Georgia.
The trustees were: Anthony, Earl of Shaftesbury, John (Lord) Perceval, Edward Digby, George Carpenter, James Edward Oglethorpe, George Heathcote, Thomas Tower, Robert Moore, Robert Hucks, Roger Holland, William Sloper, Francis Eyles, John La Roche, James Vernon, William Beletha, John Burton, Richard Bundy, Arthur Beaford, Samuel Smith, Adam Anderson, and Thomas Coram.
They were vested with legislative powers for the government of the colony, for the space of twenty-one years, at the expiration of which time a permanent government was to be established by the King or his successor, in accordance with British law and usage.
They adopted a seal for the colony, which indicated the avowed intention of making it a silk-producing commonwealth.
On one side was represented a group of toiling silk-worms, and the motto, Non sibi, sed alius;