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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), North Carolina, State of (search)
councilMar. 30, 1722 William Reedpresident of councilSept. 7, 1722 George Burringtonassumes office as govJan. 15, 1724 Sir Richard Everardassumes office as govJuly 17, 1725 Royal governors. George Burringtonassumes officeFeb. 25, 1731 Nathaniel Ricepresident of councilApr. 17, 1734 Gabriel Johnstonassumes officeNov. 2, 1734 Nathaniel Ricepresident of council1752 Matthew Rowanpresident of councilFeb. 1, 1753 Arthur Dobbsassumes officeNov. 1, 1754 William Tryonassumes officeOct. 27, 1Nathaniel Ricepresident of council1752 Matthew Rowanpresident of councilFeb. 1, 1753 Arthur Dobbsassumes officeNov. 1, 1754 William Tryonassumes officeOct. 27, 1764 James Hasellpresident of councilJuly 1, 1771 Josiah Martinassumes officeAug., 1771 State governors (elected by the Assembly) Richard CaswellDec., 1776David Stone1808 Abner NashDec., 1779Benjamin Smith1810 Thomas BurkeJuly, 1781William Hawkins1811 Alexander Martin1782William Miller1814 Richard Caswell1784John Branch1817 Samuel Johnston1787Jesse Franklin1820 Alexander Martin1789Gabriel Holmes1821 Richard Dobbs Spaight1792Hutchings G. Burton1824 Samuel Ashe1795James Iredell1827 W
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Philippine Islands, (search)
was as follows: Income. Direct taxes$8,496,170 Indirect taxes6,200,550 Proceeds of monopolies1,222,000 Lottery1,000,000 Income of government property257,000 Sundry receipts298,300 ————— Total$17,474,020 articles of import and their values in 1894. (In millions of dollars, silver.) Articles.Spain.Great Britain.China.Germany.United States.Other Countries.Total. Cotton goods 3.940.40.30.79.3 Cotton yarns1.2.9.2.1.12.5 Wines1.8.11.9 Mineral oils.2.4.81.4 Iron.2.7.2.11.2 Rice1.11.1 Flour.7.2.9 Sweetmeats.53.8 Paper.4.1.2.7 Linen goods.1.1.1.3.6 Hats.1..3.2.6 Other articles2.31.42.9.1.97.6 Total10.57.14.61.9.73.828.6 articles of export and their values in 1894. (In millions of dollars, silver.) Articles.Spain.Great Britain.China.United States.Australia.Other Countries.Total. Hemp. 5.30.96.60.61.114.5 Sugar0.42.74.71.91.311 Manufactured tobacco.2.1.7.1.71.8 Leaf tobacco1.1.31.4 Coffee.3.1.4 Cocoanuts.6.1.4 Other articles.91.11.33.3 Total2.
Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Georgia, (search)
Continental expense for protection of Georgia, organized......Jan. 7, 1776 Governor Wright arrested by Maj. Joseph Habersham and put under parole......Jan. 18, 1776 Provincial Congress organize; elect Hon. Archibald Bullock president, issue bills of credit for military stores, and draw up temporary constitution for Georgia......Jan. 22, 1776 Governor Wright escapes to English ship Scarborough, and writes a letter to people, offering peace, but is not heeded......Feb. 11, 1776 Captain Rice, charged by the council of safety to dismantle shipping at Savannah to prevent capture by the British, is surprised and imprisoned on a vessel which the British had boarded. To accomplish his release the council of safety fired several vessels, arrested all members of royal council in Savannah, and menaced officers of ships at Tybee......March 2, 1776 Lord North's bill prohibiting trade with the colonies in rebellion is announced in Georgia......March, 1776 Temporary constitution r