Foundations of Colonial America: A Documentary History - Vol. 3

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TABLE OF REGNAL YEARS 1

The beginning and end of each year of the reigns of the sovereigns of England from the accession of James I to the American Revolution


Years of James I

1st from 24 March 1602/3 to 24 March 1603/4
2nd from 24 March 1603/4 to 24 March 1604/5
3rd from 24 March 1604/5 to 24 March 1605/6
4th from 24 March 1605/6 to 24 March 1606/7
5th from 24 March 1606/7 to 24 March 1607/8
6th from 24 March 1607/8 to 24 March 1608/9
7th from 24 March 1608/9 to 24 March 1609/10
8th from 24 March 1609/10 to 24 March 1610/11
9th from 24 March 1610/11 to 24 March 1611/12
10th from 24 March 1611/12 to 24 March 1612/13
11th from 24 March 1612/13 to 24 March 1613/14
12th from 24 March 1613/14 to 24 March 1614/15
13th from 24 March 1614/15 to 24 March 1615/16
14th from 24 March 1615/16 to 24 March 1616/17
15th from 24 March 1616/17 to 24 March 1617/18
16th from 24 March 1617/18 to 24 March 1618/19
17th from 24 March 1618/19 to 24 March 1619/20
18th from 24 March 1619/20 to 24 March 1620/21
19th from 24 March 1620/21 to 24 March 1621/22
20th from 24 March 1621/22 to 24 March 1622/23
21st from 24 March 1622/23 to 24 March 1623/24
22nd from 24 March 1623/24 to 24 March 1624/25
23rd from 24 March 1624/25 to 27 March 1624/25


Years of Charles I

1st from 27 March 1624/25 to 27 March 1625/26
2nd from 27 March 1625/26 to 27 March 1626/27
3rd from 27 March 1626/27 to 27 March 1627/28
4th from 27 March 1627/28 to 27 March 1628/29
5th from 27 March 1628/29 to 27 March 1629/30
6th from 27 March 1629/30 to 27 March 1630/31

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1
Col. Soc. of Mass., Cols., II, 2-4, for the period beginning with James II; those prior to that are
done by the editor.

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Table of contents

  • Foundations of Golonial America *
  • Preface v
  • Foundations of Colonial America *
  • Contents xi
  • Colonial Charters *
  • The Structure and Function of Government *
  • The Regulation of the Status and Activities of Individuals *
  • Taxation *
  • Regulation of Economic Activity *
  • Ecclesiastical Affairs *
  • Acts of Parliament and Royal Pr Oclama Tions *
  • Local Government *
  • Land Acquisition *
  • Laws Affecting Property Ownership *
  • Public and Private Records of Land Distribution Deeds, Grants, Patents *
  • Public and Private Records of Land Distribution: Wills and Estates *
  • Glossary *
  • Table of Regnal Years *
  • Bibliography *
  • Index *
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