History of New England - Vol. 1

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APPENDIX.

MAGISTRATES OF THE NEW-ENGLAND COLONIES.

The fifth New-England Colony, that of the "Providence Plantations," was not organized till after the time with which this volume closes, though its constituent parts had an earlier date, like several settlements in New Hampshire and Maine. Accordingly, no names of its rulers are here inserted. For a like reason, the list of magistrates in the New-Haven jurisdiction does not begin till the year 1643. -- The figures in the following table indicate the times of the election of magistrates.


PLYMOUTH.

In this Colony there was no Deputy-Governor. At first there was only one Assistant, the office being filled (for precisely how many years is not known) by John Allerton. In 1624, the number of Assistants was increased to five, and in 1633 to seven; and at this latter time the record of the names of Assistants begins. In this Colony, till 1637, the elections took place in January, and afterwards in March.


GOVERNORS.
1620, 1621. John Carver.
1621 - 1632. William Bradford.
1633. Edward Winslow.
1634. Thomas Prince.
1635. William Bradford.
1636. Edward Winslow.
1637. William Bradford.
1638. Thomas Prince.
1639 - 1643. William Bradford.

ASSISTANTS.
William Bradford, 1633, 1634, 1636, 1638.
Miles Standish, 1633 - 1635, 1637 - 1641.
John Howland, 1633 - 1635.
John Alden, 1633 - 1639.
John Doane, 1633.
Stephen Hopkins, 1633 - 1636.
William Gilson, 1633.
Edward Winslow, 1634, 1635, 1637, 1638,
1641 - 1643.
William Collier, 1634 - 1637, 1639 - 1643.
Thomas Prince, 1635 - 1637, 1639 - 1643,
Timothy Hatherly, 1636, 1637, 1639 - 1643.
John Brown, 1636, 1638 - 1643.
John Jenny, 1637 - 1640.
John Atwood, 1638.
Edward Freeman, 1640 - 1643.
William Thomas, 1642, 1643.

MASSACHUSETTS.
In this Colony the annual elections took place in May.
GOVERNORS.
1630 - 1633. John Winthrop.
1634. Thomas Dudley.
1635. John Haynes.
1636. Henry Vane.
1637 - 1639. John Winthrop.
1640. Thomas Dudley.
1641. Richard Bellingham.
1642, 1643. John Winthrop.
DEPUTY-GOVERNORS.
1630 - 1633. Thomas Dudley.
1634. Roger Ludlow.
1635. Richard Bellingham.
1636. John Winthrop.
1637 - 1639. Thomas Dudley.
1640. Richard Bellingham.
1641 - 1643. John Endicott.

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  • Title Page i
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface. vii
  • List of Illustrations xviii
  • Contents - Of the First Volume. xix
  • Chapter I 1
  • Chapter II 51
  • Chapter III 101
  • Chapter IV 133
  • Chapter V 164
  • Chapter VI 198
  • Chapter VII 239
  • Chapter VIII 283
  • Chapter IX 331
  • Chapter X 383
  • Chapter XI 426
  • Chapter XII 471
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  • Chapter XV 610
  • Appendix. 635
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