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Bernard, Francis

Burges, Elizeus

Burnet, William

Dudley, Joseph

Dummer, William

Flucker, Thomas Gage, Thomas

Hutchinson, Thomas

Nicholson, Francis Oliver, Andrew

OFFICE Governor Vice-Admiral Governor Vice-Admiral Governor Vice Admiral Governor Vice-Admiral President Vice-Admiral Governor Vice-Admiral Governor Lieutenant-Governor Lieutenant-Governor Secretary Vice-Admiral Governor Lieutenant-Governor Lieutenant-Governor Governor Vice-Admiral Lieutenant-Governor Secretary Secretary Lieutenant-Governor Lieutenant-Governor Lieutenant-Governor Governor Vice-Admiral Lieutenant-Governor Governor Vice-Admiral Collector, etc. Secretary, etc. Secretary, etc. Governor Vice-Admiral Vice-Admiral Governor Lieutenant-Governor Lieutenant-Governor Lieutenant-Governor Lieutenant-Governor Secretary Secretary Secretary

DATE 1760 Jan. 14 1760 Feb. 12 1761 April 4 1761 May 18 1715 March 17 1715 March 22 1728 March 7 1728 March 14 1685 Oct. 8 1685 Nov. 13 1702 Feb. 13 1702 Feb. 26 1702 April 1 1716 1727 Oct. 17 1770 Nov. 12 1774 April 5 1774 April 7 1758 Feb. 10 1761 March 13 1770 Nov. 28 1771 Jan. 4 1688 April 20 1758 March 2 1761 April 10 1770 Oct. 19 1774 May 28 1732 April 29 1691 Dec. 12 1691 Dec. 29 1702 April 11 1757 Feb. 25 1757 Feb. 28 1681 Oct. 15 1685 Sept. 21 1688 April 25 1741 May 25 1741 Aug. 21 1716 June 13 1716 June 15 1691 Dec. 1711 1715 April 28 1730 April 15 1717 June 17 1728 March 28 1715 June 23

Oliver, Thomas Phips, Spencer Phips, Sir William

Povey, Thomas Pownall, Thomas

Randolph, Edward

Shirley, William

Shute, Samuel

Stoughton, William Tailer, William

Willard, Josiah

Woodward, Samuel

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TERRITORY AND DOMINION OF NEW ENGLAND, 1686–1689

GOVERNOR
Sir Edmund Andros 1686 June 3 1686 Dec. 20

1688 April 7

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COMMISSIONED

TOOK OFFICE

LEFT OFFICE

1730 Jan. 28 1741 May 25

1729 Sept. 10 1730 June 11 1730 Aug. 10 1741 Aug. 14 1749 Sept. 15 1753 Aug. 7 1756 Sept. 25 1757 April 5 1757 Aug. 3 1760 June 3 1760 Aug. 2

1730 June 11 1730 Aug. 10 1741 Aug. 14 1749 Sept. 11 1753 Aug. 7 1756 Sept. 25 1757 April 4 1757 Aug. 3 1760 June 3 1760 Aug. 2

1757 Feb. 25

1760 Jan. 14 1761 April 4

1769 Aug. 1 1771 March 14 1774 May 17

1769 Aug. 2 1771 March 14 1774 May 17

1770 Nov. 28 1774 April 7

1701 July 7 1706 Jan. 28

1716 Oct. 5

LIEUTENANT-GOVERNORS 1691 Dec. 1692 May 16 1702 April 11 1702 June 11 1711

1711 Oct. 4 1715 April 28 1716

1716 Oct. 5 1727 Oct. 17 1730 April 15 1730 June 11 1732 April 29 1732 Aug. 8 1758 Feb. 10 1758 June 1 1761 March 13 1770 Oct. 19 1771 March 14 1774 May 28 1774 Aug. 8

1730 June 11 1732 March 1 1757 April 4

1771 March 14 1774 March 3

1715 March 19 1716 Aug. 3

SECRETARIES 1691 Dec. 1692 May 16 1715 June 23 1715 Sept. 24 1717 June 17 1717 Dec. 4 1728 March 28 1758 March 2 1756 Dec. 15 1761 April 10 1770 Nov. 12 1771 March 11

1756 Dec. 7

1771 March 11

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1603 March 24 1625 March 27

NAME

William Dummer
William Tailer
Jonathan Belcher
William Shirley
Spencer Phips
William Shirley
Spencer Phips
The Council
Thomas Pownall
Thomas Hutchinson
Francis Bernard

Thomas Hutchinson
Thomas Hutchinson
Thomas Gage

William Stoughton
Thomas Povey
William Tailer

William Dummer

William Tailer
Spencer Phips
Thomas Hutchinson

Andrew Oliver
Thomas Oliver

Isaac Addington
Samuel Woodward
Josiah Willard

Andrew Oliver

Thomas Flucker

SOVEREIGNS OF ENGLAND, 1603-1776

JAMES I

succeeded
died

CHARLES I

succeeded
executed

1625 March 27 1649 Jan. 30

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On behalf of Mr. JULIUS H. TUTTLE a photograph was exhibited of a map “Copied out of an Original lent by M' Stoughton & Bulkeley Agents of Boston,” now in the possession of the John Carter Brown Library; and the following paper was communicated :

1 Plymouth Colony Records, xi. 129, 144.

· Massachusetts Colony Records, vol. iv. pt. ii. pp. 30–31; Diary of John Hull, Transactions and Collections American Antiquarian Society (1857), üi. 203–204; 3 Massachusetts Historical Collections, i. 52–53.

3 See p. 4 note 1, above. 4 See p. 4 note 1, above.

7 See p. 56 note 2, above. 6 See p. 24 note 2, above.

8 See p. 69 note 2, above. See p. 52 note 2, above.

• See p. 82 note 2, above.

EARLY MANUSCRIPT MAPS OF NEW ENGLAND In the material preserved to us, from colonial days, only a few manuscript maps of New England, or some of its parts, among those known to have been made before Philip's War, can be found. Entries in town and in our Colony records show the existence at the time of maps, as well as plans of grants by the General Court, most of which have long since disappeared. These records have also saved for us the names of many surveyors, or artists, who eked out their livelihood by measuring lands and making draughts or plots of their work.

An interesting paper relating to a map of the country by one of their number, of which the following is a copy, is on file in the State Archives: M RAWSON

BOSTON Januarij ye ijth 1676 S? these are to request your Care to procure me Sattisfaction for Drawing a Draft or plott of ye Country that I drew from that wch you Brought me being ye Coppie thereof and so you will oblidge yo? Servant to Comand

JAMES TAYLOR 11: January 1676

It is ordered yt the Treasurer pay unto M- James Taylor tenn shillings mony for his drawing a Copie of draft or plott of the Country woh ye Comission"s sent to his Majtie had wth them past

ER SO [Endorsed] Council Act as to paying James Taylor 10s

for copy of Map 11 Janury 1676 Ent.

Savage says, “James [Taylor), Reading, may have been that surveyor, much employ. in 1671 and 2, d. at R. 1703.” 2 In 1676, there was a James Taylor, living in Springfield, who may have been the same person, and perhaps the artist mentioned above as well as the one who assisted Mr. Pynchon, of Springfield, in the survey given below. On April 19, 1671, Mr. Taylor laid out land near the Plymouth line, granted by the General Court to William

1 Massachusetts Archives, lviii. 92a.

? Genealogical Dictionary, iv. 261; New England Historical and Genealogical Register, ii. 48.

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