an American episcopate, which Bedford and Halifax both favored as essential
chap. II.} 1748. Nov. to royal authority, Virginia, with the consent of Gooch, its lieutenant-governor, transferred by law
Hening's Statutes at large, VI. 90. XXII.
Geo. II., chap.
XXXIV. § 7. the patronage of all the livings to the vestries.
The act was included among the revised laws, and met with the king's approbation.
Dinwiddie to the Earl of Holdernesse, 5 June, 1753. But from the time that its purpose the Duke of
chap. II.} 1749. Cumberland, Pelham, and Henry Fox assisted in maturing, devolved on Halifax.
Invitations went through Europe to invite Protestants from the continent to emigrate to the British colonies.
The Moravian brethren
22 Geo. II., c. XXX. were attracted by the promise of exemption from oaths and military service.
The goodwill of New England was encouraged by care for its fisheries; and American whalemen, stimulated by the promise of enjoying an equal bounty
of a second lieutenant.
Records at Hartford for 29 Geo. II.
Putnam's commission as 2nd Lieut. in the 6th co and the reciprocal duties of kings.
to Geo. II., 21 October, 1755. The wound inflicted on Franceone power established there.
Walpole's Memoires of Geo. II., II., 8. The militia law of Pennsylvania, he saie schemes of finance; and the British statutes,
29 Geo. II., c. XXVI.; 31 Geo. II., c. XXXVI., § 8; 1 Geo. IGeo. II., c. XXXVI., § 8; 1 Geo. III., c. IV. which manifest the settled purpose
Letter of Bollan to Massachusetts, in May, 1756. of raising aGeo. III., c. IV. which manifest the settled purpose
Letter of Bollan to Massachusetts, in May, 1756. of raising a revenue out of the traffic between the American continent and the West India Islands, show that the execution rs and officers to enlist a regiment of aliens.
29 Geo. II., c. v. Indented servants might be accepted, and for compensation to the respective assemblies;
29 Geo. II., c. XXXV. and the naval code of England was exteakes, great waters, or rivers of North America.
29 Geo. II., c. XXVII. The militia law of Pennsylvania was r