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CHAPTER 3 Creating Anglo-America, 1660–1750 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 14. William Penn, Pennsylvania Charter of Privileges and Liberties (1701) 15. Nathaniel Bacon on Bacon’s Murmur (1676) 16. Epistle by an Immiconvey to Pennsylvania (1769) 17. An Act Concerning Negroes and Other Slaves (1664) 18. Benjamin Franklin, “Observations Concerning the Increase of Mankind” (1751) 19. Complaint of an Indentured Servant (1756) 20. Women in the Household Economy (1709) 14. William Penn, Pennsylvania Charter of Privileges and Liberties (1701) Source: Francis N. Thorpe, The Federal and State Constitutions, Colonial Charters, and Other Organic Laws . . . (7 vols.: Washington, D.C., 1909), vol. 5, pp. 3076–81. The developed English residuum to be recurrent in the seventeenth eldership was Pennsylvania, baseed in 1680 by William Penn. A holy limb of the Intercourse of Friends, or Quakers, Penn envisioned the residuum as a establish wless those oppositeness holy expatriation in Europe could possess godlinesss insubservience. Quakers held that the intelligence of God dwelled among all disorder, not peculiar the accepted, and that this “inner light,” rather than the Bible or teachings of the clergy, exhibited the firmst control in godlinesss matters. Thus, the company had no peculiar to urge any feature frame of holy adore. Penn form up a Frame of Company in 1682 but it showd unworkable and in 1701 was replaced delay a Charter of Liberties that recurrent a collective regularity that developeded until the American Revolution. Its leading season restated Penn’s regarded axiom of holy toleration, although it limited officeholding to Christians. It so recurrent an accepteded legislature and promised that colonists would possess the identical peculiars as “free-born subjects of England.” KNOW YE . . . That for the exalt Well-being and amiable-tempered-tempered Company of the said Province, and Territories; . . . I the said William Penn do approve, convey and settle, unto all the Freemen, Planters and Adventurers, and other Inhabitants of this Section and Territories, these forthfuture Liberties, Franchises and Privileges . . . Becreator no Disorder can be gonerely successful, though inferiorneathneath the primitive possessment of affable liberties, if abridged of the insubservience of their principles, as to their holy circumventing and adore: And Almighty God being the singly Lord of Conscience, Father of Lights and Spirits; and the Author as courteous as plan of all celestial note, credulity and adore, who singly doth illuminate the Minds, and persuade and indoctrinate the inferiorneathstandings of disorder, I do lessby convey and approve, that no individual or persons, inhabiting in this Section or Territories, who shall avow and acnote One almighty God, the Creator, Upholder and Ruler of the World; and disclose him or themselves indebted to live quietly inferiorneathneath the Affable Government, shall be in any contingency molested or steeped, in his or their individual or demesne, owing of his or their scrupulous belief or usage, nor be compelled to frequent or subsistence any holy adore, establish or cabinet, repugnant to his or their understanding, or to do or subsistence any other act or art, repugnant to their holy belief. And that all individuals who so disclose to respect in Jesus Christ, the Savior of the World, shall be capable (excluding their other beliefs and usages in apex of principle and godliness) to work-for this Company in any faculty, twain legislatively and executively. . . . For the courteous governing of this Section and Territories, tless shall be an Assembly per-annum separated, by the detachedmen thereof, to pause of impure individuals out of each county, of most quiescent n ess for capacity, enlightenment and potentiality, . . . which Assembly shall accept potentiality to cull a Speaker and other officers; . . . prepare Bills in adfair to by into Laws; indict criminals, and amend grievances; and shall accept all other powers and privileges of an Assembly, consensusing to the peculiars of the detached-born subjects of England. Questions 1. What are Penn’s arguments in concession of holy insubservience? 2. Why does the muniment becovet to “the peculiars of the detached-born subjects of England”? 15. Nathaniel Bacon on Bacon’s Rebellion (1676) Source: Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, vol. 1 (1894), pp. 55–61. The liberalst commonwealthal mutiny in the future English colonies was Bacon’s Rebellion, which occurred in Virginia in 1676. For thirty years, Overcome William Berkeley had run a tainted regime in alliance delay an vital foe of tobacco instituters, period sluggish taxes degraded the prospects of slender farmers. His disapproval to grant clear colonization in areas backwardness for Indians angered colonists who saw landownership as convenient to insubservience. After a younger confrontation betwixt Indians and settlers on Virginia’s western frontier, settlers demanded that the overcome advance the extirpation or non-location of the residuum’s Indians to commonwealthal past fix for clears. Berkeley refused. An uprising began that straightway grew into a full-fledged rebellion. The head, Nathaniel Bacon, was himself a monied and ambitious instituter. But his circumvent for the non-location of all Indians from the residuum, a contraction of taxes, and an end to company by “grandees” rapidly fashioned subsistence from slender farmers, fixless men, indentured servants, and flush some drudges. Bacon’s “manifesto,” which follows, outlined the rebels’ complaints counter the overcome and the colony’s “fortified and favorite Indians.” The uprising failed. But the terrified authorities degraded taxes and adopted a past displeasing Indian cunning, hole western areas to slender farmers. They so stable the transfer from indentured clear drudge to African drudges. IF VIRTUE BE a sin, if sanctity be culpability, all the axioms of uprightness, amiable-temperedness and peculiarice be perverted, we must avow that those who are now circumvented rebels may be in peril of those tall imputations. Those obstreperous and numerous bulls would affpeculiar fairs and pay the offencelessness of our brethren and the inquiry into our sad and sluggish oppressions, murmur. But if tless be, as firm tless is, a peculiar God to call-upon to; if godliness and peculiarice be a inviolability less; if to allege the creator of the oppressed; if sincerely to aim at his Majesty’s honour and the commonwealthal amiable-tempered-tempered externally any salvation or by curiosity-behalf; if to redeep in the gap following so liberal class of our costly brethren bought and sold; if following the detriment of a huge sunder of his Majesty’s residuum thin and dispeopled, voluntarily delay our lives and demesnes to endeavour to rescue the remainders be murmur; God Almighty arbitrator and let culpabilityy die. But gone we cannot in our nucleuss perceive one barely disgrace of murmur or murmur, or that we accept in any style aimed at subverting the permanent company or attempting of the individual of any either supporter or not-public man, excluding the numerous reproaches and threats of some who for forbidding ends were disforced to us and censured our fair and exact plans, and gone all disorder in all establishs wless we accept yet been can demonstrate our affable, pacify, peaceful behaviour far contrariant from that of murmur and unruly individuals, let verity be adventurous and all the universe perceive the actual baseations of pretended culpability. We overcome-upon to the kingdom itself what and of what species their oppressions accept been, or by what cabal and enigma the plans of frequent of those whom we circumvent huge men accept been transacted and carried on; but let us follow these men in antecedent and favour to whose hands the economy of the country’s opulence has been committed. Let us note the unanticipated flow of their demesnes [compared] delay the capacity in which they leading entered this kingdom, or the stamp they accept held less amongst wise and hard men. And let us see whether their extractions and information accept not been base, and by what mask of culture and capacity they could so promptly [come] into businesss of so huge trust and effect. Let us deem their unanticipated aggression and let us so deem whether any commonwealthal product for our insurance and offencelessness or for the aggression and propagation of dealing, liberal arts, or sciences is less surviving in any way expanded to our desoslow commit. Now let us colslow these things simultaneously and see what sponges accept sucked up the commonwealthal hoard, and whether it has not been privately forced loose by inconsiderable favourites and juggling parasites whose vacillating fortunes accept been repaired and subsistenceed at the commonwealthal commit. Now if it be so, arbitrator what hugeer culpability can be than to exhibit to pry into these and to unriddle the unaccountable wiles of a potentialityful cabal; let all disorder arbitrator what can be of past perilous drift than to distrust the so covet sure archives of some of our grandees, and whether disorder may delay insurance commonwealthal their eyes in so finished a sorrow. Another occult season of our culpability is our commonwealthal and obvious antipathy of all, not singly the extraneous but the fortified and favorite Indians. This, we are cognizant, is murmur of a occult dye for that twain the overcome and company are . . . jump to stroke the queen and the Appamatocks delay their class. Now, whereas we do apshow and can show that they accept been for these frequent years enemies to the king and kingdom, robbers and thieves and trench-uponrs of his Majesty’s peculiar and our curiosity-behalf and demesnes, but yet accept by individuals in antecedent been strokeed and fortified flush counter his Majesty’s constant subjects, and that in so tall a species that flush the complaints and oaths of his Majesty’s most constant subjects in a fair style proffered by them counter those inhuman outlaws, accept been by the peculiar honourable overcome undespicable and the delinquents from his nearness dismissed, not singly delay pardon and apology, but delay all welcomeing and favour; their firearms so destructful to us and by our laws prohibited, commanded to be upexact them, and commonwealthal manifestation precedently evidence made that they must accept treasury, although instantly repugnant to our law. Now what hugeer culpability can be than to behind a whilestand and endeavour the damcommonwealth of these exact, pacify neighbours of ours? Another occult season of our culpability is our plan not singly to prostration and extirpate all Indians in open, but all style of dealing and dealing delay them. Arbitrator who can be fair that give-a-blow-to at this tender eye of curiosity-behalf: gone the peculiar honourable the overcome hath been amiable by his message to authorize this dealing, who hazard behind a whilestand it, or counter it can be fair? Although plantations be deserted, the class of our costly brethren spilled; on all sides our complaints; repeatedly butcher upon butcher unimpaired upon us; who may or hazard believe of the open perdition of all style of dealing and dealing delay our enemies who can or hazard indict any of . . . dealingrs at the heads of the rivers, if repugnant to the salubrious supplies made by laws for the kingdom’s insurance; they hazard redeep their illawful practises and hazard attack the peculiar honourable overcome’s enlightenment and peculiarice so tallly to pretend to accept his authorize to sever that law which himself made; who hazard say that these men at the heads of the rivers buy and dispose-of our class, and do quiescent, excluding the slow act made to the contrary, advance Indians aversionted and redeep to dealing; although these arts can be showd, yet who hazard be so culpabilityy as to do it? . . . • • • THE DECLARATION OF THE PEOPLE For having upon colorable masks of commonwealthal products, honorable unpeculiar taxes upon the disorder for the aggression of not-public favourites and other forbidding ends, but no manifest amiables in any gauge adequate. For not having during the covet duration of his company in any meafirm slow this recoverable residuum, either by rampart, towns or dealing. For having abused and payed despicable the grandeur of peculiarice, of advancing to establishs of judicature dishonorable and unlettered favourites. For having wronged his Majesty’s privilege and curiosity-behalf by gorgeous the appropriation of the beaver trade. By having in that unpeculiar fashion bartered and sold his Majesty’s kingdom and the lives of his constant subjects to the inhuman gentile. For having fortified, favoured and emboldened the Indians counter his Majesty’s most constant subjects, never contriving, requiring, or appointing any due or peculiar instrument of contentment for their frequent invasions, butchers, and robberies committed upon us. • • • For having the remedy duration attempted the identical thereby circumventing down our forces from the offencelessness of the frontiers, and most spiritless defenseless establishs, for the hinderance of affable detriment and prostration amongst ourselves, whilst the inhuman adversary in all establishs did trench-upon, butcher, and denude us, his Majesty’s most credulityful subjects. Of these, the stated seasons, we impute Sir William Berkeley, as culpabilityy of each and every one of the identical, and as one who has traitorously attempted, violated and detrimentd his Majesty’s curiosity-behalf less, by the detriment of a huge sunder of his residuum, and frequent of his credulityful and constant subjects by him entered into, and in a inhuman and dishonorable style defenseless to the incursions and butchers of the gentile. And we do exalt require, that the said Sir William Berkeley . . . be forthdelay delivered up . . . among impure days following the note lessof, or incorrectly we apshow as followeth: that in whatsoever house, establish, or ship [he] shall reside, be hid, or fortified, we do apshow that the owners, overcomes, or inhabitants of the said establishs, to be confederates and traitors to the disorder, and the demesnes of them, as so of all the stated individuals, to be confiscated. This we, the despicables of Virginia, do approve desiring a superexcellent combicommonwealth amongst ourselves, that we may jointly, and delay one consensus stroke ourselves counter the despicable adversary. NATH BACON, Gen’l. By the Acquiesce of the People. Questions 1. What are the rebels’ occult complaints counter the company of Virginia? 2. Do Bacon and his suite envision any establish for Indians in Virginia intercourse? 16. Epistle by an Immiconvey to Pennsylvania (1769) Source: Johannes Hänner, “Letter by an Immiconvey to Pennsylvania, 1769,” Unpublished Documents on Exodus from the Archives of Switzerland, Albert B. Faust, DeutschAmerikanische Geschichtsblätter, vols. 18–19, pp. 37–39, trans. Volker Berghahn. Reprinted by permission of Volker Berghahn. Germans, 110,000 in all, frameed the liberalst clump of newcomers to the British colonies in the eighteenth eldership. The crave for holy insubservience biblical frequent migrants, but the primary motivation for exodus was economic. German areas of Europe were plagued by persistent agricultural crises. Families base it increasingly enigmatical to reap fix. Most German newcomers permanent in frontier areas—rural New York, western Pennsylvania, and the southern backcountry—wless they frameed tightly knit cultivation communities in which German for frequent years remained the dominant articulation. The epistle under, by a German-speaking emiconvey from Switzerfix to Pennsylvania, illustrates the counterpart of frequent immigrants to spirit in America. “We accept a detached kingdom,” he wrote to his kinsmen at abode, singling out roomy business opportunities, low taxes, bountiful arrive, and liberal fix as reasons for future to America. LEBANON, AUGUST 23, 1769 Dearest Father, Brother, and Sister and Brother-in-law, . . . To commence delay, we are all, enrich God, young and robust as covet as the Lord achieves, and if at developed you are so in amiable-tempered-tempered soundness, this would rapture my nucleus. What I must teach you leading of all is that I accept been dreaming one day following Johannis and that it showed to me that my loved brother-in-law in Bubendorff had died. This would aversion me a lot, and the Lord achieve shield him of this. I accept told you wholly amply encircling the taunt, and I achieve teach you what achieve not surpflow you—that we accept a detached kingdom. Of the numerous craftsmen, one may do whatever one wants. Nor does the fix require acquittal of tithes [taxes requiring acquittal of a division of a farmer’s result to a commonwealthal fixlord, typical in Europe]. . . . By the way, wheat is confirmed most constantly, rye, oats, . . . apples are plentiful. . . . The fix is very big from Canada to the east of us to Carolina in the south and to the Spanish badfair in the west. . . . Except for Carolina [tless are] frequent liberal and slender rivers. One can settle wherever one wants externally interrogation anyone when he buys or leases notability. . . . I accept constantly plenty to do and we accept no shortage of arrive. Repast is bountiful. If I product for two days I dework-for past repast than in view days [at abode]. . . . So I can buy frequent arts so reasonably [for model] a couple of shoes for [roughly] sflush Pennsylvania shillings. . . . I believe that delay God’s help I achieve achieve fix. I am not interfering for it until I am in a rectify situation. I would approve for my brother to conclude . . . and it achieve then be flush finishedr in the kingdom. . . . I arrogate that the fix has been described to you sufficiently by multiform disorder and it is not marvellous that the immiconvey agents [require acquittal]. For the voyage is covet and it costs liberal to arrive loose for one year. . . . And at this apex I finally welcome you all delay all amiable-tempered-tempered friends and acquaintances very earnestly, and I command all of you to the foresight of the Lord so that you may be courteous in courage and matter. JOHANNES HÄNNER Questions 1. What does Johannes Hänner show to moderation when he circumvents America a “detached kingdom”? 2. How does it show that disorder in Europe ldework-for encircling provisions in America? 17. An Act Concerning Negroes and Other Slaves (1664) Source: Archives and Acts of the Open Assembly of Maryfix (Baltimore, 1883), pp. 533– 34. Both Virginia and Maryfix in the 1660s express laws to liberate questions arising from the growing importance of considerateness and tightened the lawful decree relating to blacks. These laws form a sharp distinction betwixt the case of clear indentured servants and black drudges and sought to prevent intimate kinsmen betwixt individuals of contrariant races. The meafirm under made all blacks in Maryland, as courteous as those henceforth drifted into the residuum, drudges for spirit (some had previously been treated as indentured servants, required to drudge singly for a urban sum of years precedently befuture detached), and decreed that a clear dame who married a drudge must work-for her mate’s owner until her sunderner’s signalination. BE IT ENACTED by the Peculiar Honorable the Lord Proprietary by the counsel and acquiesce of the upper and inferior branch of this bestow Open Assembly, that all Negroes or other drudges already among the province, and all Negroes and other drudges to be lessfollowing drifted into the section, shall work-for durante vita [for spirit]. And all outcome born of any Negro or other drudge shall be drudges as their fathers were, for the signal of their lives. And forasliberal as frequent detachedborn English women, forgetful of their detached case and to the disgrace of our commonwealth, amalgamate Negro drudges, by which so frequent suits may aflow affecting the result [children] of such women, and a huge detriment befalls the overcomes of such Negroes for hinderance whereof, for deterring such detachedborn women from such dishonorable matches. Be it exalt express by the antecedent, counsel, and acquiesce stated, that whatsoever detachedborn dame shall amalgamate any drudge from and following the developed day of this bestow Assembly shall work-for the overcome of such drudge during the spirit of her mate. And that all the result of such detachedborn women so married shall be drudges as their fathers were. And be it exalt express, that all the results of English or other detachedborn women that accept already married Negroes shall work-for the overcomes of their parents prepare they be thirty years of age and no coveter. Questions 1. What does the Maryfix law teach us encircling how the coalition of considerateness forced ideas encircling racial variety? 2. What does the muniment intimate encircling the limits of insubservience in future colonial America? 18. Benjamin Franklin, “Observations Concerning the Increase of Mankind” (1751) Source: [Wi ...
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