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THE

HistoricalRegister,

Containing
An Impartial RELATION

of all TRANSACTIONS, Foreign
and Domestick.

WITH A
Chronological Diary

OF ALL
The remarkable OCCURRENCES,
viz. Births, Marriages, Deaths, Removals,
Promotions, &c. that happen'd in this
Year: Together with the Charaders and
Parentage of Persons deceased, of eini-
nent Rank.

VOLUME XV.

For the Year 1730.

LONDON,
Printed and sold by R. NUTI in the Old Baily,

near Ludgate, where compleat Sets and single Parts may be
had, at is, cach Register. Sold also by E. Nuut at the
Royal Exchange, R. Gosling in Fleet-freet, D. Browne with-
out Temple-Bar, C. King in Westminster-Hall, and at the son
Fire Office Uchind the Royal Exchange,

N. B. This Title is design'd for such Persons as think fit to bind the last Four Registers in one volume : And for the same Reason is added a Table of the Principal Mat* ters contain'd in them." ;

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On the last Quarterly Register te gave an AC

count of the Proceedings and Adjournment

of the General Court of New-England ; and UN were, for Want of Room, oblig'd to break We off before we intended ; but we will now present our Readers, according to our Promise then: with what is fince come to our Hand, relating to there Affairs.

WEST-INDI È S.

N EW-E N Ġ LAND.,

Proceedings of the Qeneral Court of New-England, contia

nued from Page 309 of the last Register.' N the 20th of August, 1729, his Excellency Wil.

liam Burnet; Efq; met the Great and General Court at Salem, and in the Afternoon made a Speech to them. and on the 23d was pleased to adjourn the said Court to the 27th of that Month, then to meet at Cambridge. The Taid Speech is as follows: The S E C# of his Excellency William Burnet, ECE Captain-General and Governor in Chief in and over his Majefty's Provinces of the Massachusets-Bay in News England, &c. to the Great and General Court of Alembly of the said Province, met at Salem, on Wednesday, Auguft 203 1729. .. . Gentlemen of the Council, and House of Representatives,

Í Have deferr'd to speak to you hitherto, on purpóre il that you might remain free and disengaged from

any Share in the Disputes I have had with the late ? House of Representatives, 'till I had obtain'd the Judge

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