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A stand of logs burns brightly in the fireplace, snowflakes flicker at the window, and servants attend the gentlemen and ladies gathered around a grand piano played by a young Cole Porter, on holiday break from Harvard law school. Carolers, ed by his female cousin, sing:. In the still of the night, While the world is in slumber, Oh, the times withoutDarling, when I say to you, "Do you love me as I love you? Are you my life-to-be, my dream come true?


The assembly then proceeded to nullify all test oaths.

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Cary, Thomas by William S. References: British P. William L. Saunders, ed. The official letters of Alexander Spotswood, Lieutenant-Governor of the Colony of Virginia, now first printed from the manuscript in the collections of the Virginia Historical Society. Despite his relationship to Archdale, Cary may have been Anglican.

At the same time, Cary posted a similar bond for the new governor of the Bahamas. Submit comment.

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Upon his arrival in the Albemarle region in March, Cary allied himself with the powerful Anglican faction there. At the assembly meeting in Octobertwo groups of councilors attended, one pledged to Glover and the other to Cary.

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By 17 July, Cary's brigantine had been seized and he and his officers forced to flee into Virginia. As council president, Cary replaced some local officials with dissenters, liberalized the land grant policy, and lowered the quitrent rate in Bath County.

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Cary apparently spent his few remaining years in Bath County in relative tranquility. Additional Resources: Gov. Political leaders. In September, Cary and four of his allies arrived in England. In addition to the Anglican-dissenter confrontation, there was a definite sectional aspect to the struggle. UNC Press. On 27 MayHyde and a man force marched on the Pamlico region to seize Cary.

Early inCary was displaced by Edward Hyde as governor and withdrew to his home in Bath County.

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He sent them to England to stand trial before the Lords Proprietors. Cary apparently emigrated to South Carolina late in the seventeenth century.

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By the summer ofGlover had broken with the dissenters. For personal use and not for further distribution.

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William S. Price, Jr. Vincent H. Todd, ed. Armed with five artillery pieces and about forty men, Cary successfully withstood Hyde's assault; and on 1 June, Hyde returned northward. When Hyde called on the March assembly to enact new legislation against dissenters and urged the arrest of Cary and John Porter, Cary rallied his supporters, and the rebellion that took his name began. Armed with instructions suspending Johnson's authority over North Carolina and removing Cary from office, Porter returned and effected the election of William Glover as president of the council, and thereby new chief executive, in October Cary had been inspecting his holdings in South Carolina while this event transpired, and upon his return in November he began to seek ways to regain his office.

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After a series of indecisive engagements, Governor Alexander Spotswood of Virginia sent a military force into North Carolina early in July to support Hyde. He died between late and he was involved in a court action on the former date, and his son and heir, John, was in court on the latter. Used by permission of the publisher. They appeared before the proprietors on 20 Nov. Hearings continued intermittently for nearly a year, after which the proprietors released the rebels.

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Comments are not published until reviewed by NCpedia editors at the State Library of NCand the editors reserve the right to not publish any comment submitted that is considered inappropriate for this resource. In June he was one of two men posting the two thousand pound bond required by the Lords Proprietors for Sir Nathaniel Johnson to become governor of Carolina. Heartened by this development, Cary outfitted a brigantine and sailed for Albemarle Sound in mid-June to overthrow the government.

He enforced the statute requiring oaths of allegiance in order to hold public office and thereby excluded numerous Quakers from the November meeting of the assembly. Your name.

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If you would like a reply bynote that some servers, such as public school s, are blocked from accepting messages from outside servers or domains. Seeing his opportunity, Cary began courting the favor of Porter, the dissenters, and Bath County residents, who were dissatisfied with a political framework that favored the Albemarle region over any other.

The proprietors had ordered that no local charges could be brought against him until Francis Nicholson had investigated the rebellion, and he never did so. Clearly, he was a man of some wealth. NCpedia will not publish personal contact information in comments, questions, or responses. Thomas Cary, deputy governor and council president, was born in England and related by marriage to the Quaker proprietor John Archdale.

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Thomas Cary, ; from CCR. State Archives of North Carolina. No representative of Hyde's government ever appeared in London to press charges, the colony being engulfed in the Tuscarora War. Cary returned to North Carolina in the spring ofand as late as September some Albemarle leaders feared that he would lead another uprising.

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He established himself as a merchant and, byowned several sailing vessels. Of those Cary lieutenants who fought in the rebellion from start to finish, every one was a Bath County man. Please submit permission requests for other use directly to the publisher. More information about text formats.


If you prefer not to leave an address, check back at your NCpedia comment for a reply. Please allow one business day for replies from NCpedia. Sir Nathaniel Johnson, who made Cary his deputy governor in Marchwas a "high Church" man himself, and it is hard to believe that he would have sent a dissenter into religiously troubled North Carolina, no matter what their personal relationship was. The dissenters retaliated by sending John Porter to England to seek Cary's removal by the proprietors.

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