Macbeth by Shakespeare – Act 1 Characters: Duncan, King of Scotland Malcolm, Ducan’s son Donalbain, Duncan’s son Macbeth, General of the King’s Army Banquo, General of the King’s Army Macduff, Noble of Scotland Lennox, Noble of Scotland Ross, Noble of Scotland Menteith, Noble of Scotland Angus, Noble of Scotland Caithness,
Disposition of the Biennial Act 1737 The Biennial Act of Carolina referring the biennial meeting of Assemblies & regulation of elections & members. It seems that these assemblies have powers that the Crown never gave to them. The power to convene Parliaments is the exclusive privilege of the Crown &
The Petition of London Merchants to Parliament, 11 February 1741 Many London merchants on behalf of others, as well as inhabitants of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, have sent a petition to the House. While the crown & Parliament have been exerting their authority with respect to the Massachusetts & other
[Dr. William Douglass], A Letter to Merchant in London Concerning a Late Combination in the Province of Massachusetts Bay… to Impose or Force a Private-Currency Called Land-Bank Money, 21 February, 1740 I wish to address the proposal of creating a “Land-Bank” money/currency. The House & the Governor have come out
Royal Instructions to the Governors of the Colonies Forbidding Alteration in Representation, 24 July 1767 Instructions to all governors of British colonies in the New World: Many laws have been passed in various colonies where districts have been authorized to send representatives to the local assemblies. The King requires that
Roger Williams – The Bloody Tenet, 1644 The blood of 100000 Catholics & Protestants has been spilled in the Wars of Religion in Europe – all for their religious beliefs & consciences. This is not something Jesus wanted. The Bible clearly comes out against all of this violence over religion.