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Executive journals of the Council of Colonial Virginia.

by Virginia. Council.

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Published by Davis Bottom in Richmond .
Written in English

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  • Virginia -- Politics and government -- To 1775

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    ContributionsMcIlwaine, H.R. 1864-1934., Virginia State Library.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23523840M
    OCLC/WorldCa19770943

    Major Abraham Nicholas (died Sunday, September 3, ) served as mayor of Williamsburg, Virginia from to He married a woman named Ann and had at least one son, Abraham Nicholas who died on March 5, Nicholas was the first Adjutant-General of the Virginia Colony from 1 November , until his death ten years later. (Succeeded by Isham . From the Executive Journals, Council of Colonial Virginia, are notations which reveal that Robert Wynne, Esq. was Speaker of the Assembly from to (Virginia's so-called "Long Parliament"), giving him the distinction of having been Speaker longer than .

    Bibliography for Robert Carter Project, This is a list of journal articles, books, and manuscripts cited as souces in the Robert Carter Project. Va.: Virginia Book Company, , a one-volume reprint of the two-volume edition. Headlam, Cecil. H. R., ed. Executive Journals of the Council of Colonial Virginia, 2( Executive Journals of the Council of Colonial Virginia Robert Wade, Captain of a Company of Rangers, 11 Nov. Records of the House of Burgesses Petition of Robert Wade who late August with his company of Rangers killed and scalped 4 Shawnees in Augusta County.

    Henry Read McIlwaine ( - ) was the third State Librarian for the Commonwealth of was also a prolific editor of historical volumes relating to the early governance of the Commonwealth including: Executive Journals of the Council of Colonial VirginiaBorn:   Virginia First by Lyon Gardiner Tyler - () – 16 pages. Fredericksburg, Virginia, Reception of General LaFayette by Rufus B. Merchant - () – 12 pages. The History of Virginia, in Four Parts by Robert Beverley - () – pages. Executive Journals of the Council of Colonial Virginia by the Virginia State Library - ( /5(14).


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The Executive Journals, Council of Colonial Virginia, by H. R. McIlwaine, Vol. 4, pagecontains an entry on Janu where the petition of Edmund Taylor, Philip Todd, Augustine Moore and Larkin Chew was granted to patent acres King William Co., VA.The first permanent European settlement in Virginia was Jamestown in These settlers were called the Virginia Company of London, and in received a charter.

Inthe Virginia Company was dissolved when it became a royal colony. French Huguenot and German settlers arrived in Virginia by the midth century. Virginia was one of the originial 13 colonies of the .Other records are found in H.

R. McIlwaine, Wilmer L. Hall, and Benjamin J. Hillman, eds., Executive Journals of the Council of Colonial Virginia, 6 vols. (Richmond, Va.: the Library of Virginia, '78). These volumes include records from throughalthough there are many gaps in the early records.