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Gover Nors of New-Jersex, from the surrender of the Government by - the PR of RIE to Rs in 1702, to the present time.
+ Edward, viscount Cornbury, 1702 to 1708, removed, and succeeded by + John, Lord Lovelace, 1708 to 1709, died, and the government devolved to Lt. Gov. Richard Ingoldsby, 1709 to 1710, when came in + Brigadier Robert Hunter, 1710 to 1720, who resigned in favour of
+ William Burnet, 1720 to 1727, removed, and succeeded b + John Montgomery, 1728 to 1731, died, and was succeeded by + William Crosby, 1731 to 1736, died, and the government
devolved to John Anderson, President of the Council, 1736, by whose death, about two weeks after, the government devolved to John Hamilton, President of the Council, 1736 to 1738. Those marked + were Governors in chief, and down to this time were Governors of New York and New Jersey but from 1738 forward, New Jersey has had a separate governor. + Lewis Morris, 1738 to 1746, died, and the government - devolved to John Hamilton, President, 1746, - by whose death it devolved to John Reading, President, 746 to 1747. + Jonathan Belcher, 1747 to 1757, died, and the government - again devolved to John Reading, President, 1757 to 1758. Thomas Pownall, then Governor of Massachusetts, being Lieutenant-Governor, arrived on the death of Governor Belcher, but continued in the province a few days only. - - + Francis
Civil divisions.] Pennsylvania is divided into twenty counties, which, with their county towns, situation, &c. are mentioned in, the following
* A very large proportion of the vacant lands in the state are in this county, (Northumberland) to the amount of about eight million; of acres.