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Under Pennsylvania's Deputy Governor John Evans, the assemblies of the colonies of Pennsylvania and Delaware separated though legislation enacted in both assemblies still required the Pennsylvania governor's signature.
In November of 1704, four representatives from each county - New Castle, Kent, and Sussex met in the town and passed the colony's first two laws.
Despite the unpopularity of his religion, he was socially acceptable in the king's court because he was trusted by the Duke of York, later King James II.
The origins of the Society of Friends lie in the intense religious ferment of seventeenth century England.
By the time of the stat of the Revolutionary War the 13 colonies had a highly developed iron industry.
By 1620 iron furnaces were being constructed at Falling Creek just east of present day Richmond VA.
After listening to thousands of questions on this subject in the CWF Gun Shop, and observing the same confusion on many web sites, I wrote a brief overview of the manufacture, properties and uses of wrought iron, cast iron and steel in Colonial America.
COLONIAL PRODUCTION The first English speaking settlers at Jamestown in 1607 quickly realized that the lack of gold and silver might be offset by the abundance of iron ore and trees for making charcoal to smelt it.
George Fox, the son of a Leicestershire weaver, is credited with founding it in 1647, though there was no definite organization before 1668.
The Society's rejections of rituals and oaths, its opposition to war, and its simplicity of speech and dress soon attracted attention, usually hostile.