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"sir robert heath" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

11:26 min | 8 months ago

"sir robert heath" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"Hello and welcome to the political history of the United States episode two Point Three Carolina. Last week we spent our time going back and covering the province of Maryland in the case of Maryland. I admittedly should have covered it last season because yet most of those events would fit better than in the case of Carolina. However this episode is exactly where it belongs. My plan with Carolina is to have a short series of two episodes to cover its creation and early years so this is not going to be anything like our epic dive through New England or even our treatment of Virginia in Jamestown so without further delay was dive in and look at the founding of Carolina. If you look at a map you'll see. That Jamestown is located in Virginia. If you look to the south of Virginia you're going to have to go all the way down to Florida before you reach the next European colony specifically Spanish Florida. Not surprisingly the English had noticed this large amount of uninhabited land for the taking. Of course it wasn't really uninhabited. But that really doesn't pose much of a hindrance for the English. We will come back to that issue here in in a few moments the initial claim on. Carolina. Kim Back in sixteen twenty nine made by Sir Robert Heath. Carolina was intended to be a haven for the fridge. Humans now and here comes the real. Shocker Charles the I was just not feeling well he did go ahead and give the grant to heath. It was very clearly laid out that it was meant for members of the Church of England for. He's this made the entire Endeavor Alba pointless heath would never end up actually starting a colony or acting on the grant after the death of Charles. The first there was an attempt by the heath family to make their claim to the land. But Charles. The second wasn't having any of this either and declared the claim invalid. The next major tempted colonization would come. In the early sixteenth sixties the biggest hindrance to English expansion to the south had been fear of Spanish. Reprisal if you recall from episode one point six by the Middle Part of the sixteenth century Spain had become the dominant power in the Americas despite their growing influence however they kept a relatively small foothold. In what would become the United States? Well they did concede hold Florida. They never really had a sustained expansion to the north with said however the threat of Spanish aggression had long been a concern of the English which explains why there is such a large buffer zone to the south of Virginia however following the peace of Westphalia. The Spanish Empire entered into a long and gradual period of decline. Their decline as a colonial power had begun in sixteen fifty five when the English captured Jamaica with Spanish power. Now on the wane. The English felt comfortable expanding their holdings to the south of Virginia. The English had become increasingly interested in the prospects that the American colonies had in regards to their sheer amount of land added. We saw up in Maryland. English landholders realized that they could substantially increase the size of their holdings in North America beyond that the English monarch had maintain a hands off approach to this point for somebody looking to start a colony. The idea of having a literal fiefdom was interesting. Prospect in example of this type of settlement surviving was easy enough to find as well. All one had to do is look at our friend. Lord Baltimore up in Maryland here. You had an English landlord who was interested in expanding his holdings the province of Maryland offered this opportunity to do just that and discuss a moment ago. Baltimore had near total control over his colony with Spanish influence on the decline. It meant that there was less of a danger of aggression from the Spanish. Should the English settle further South Than Virginia? A Spanish decline came at a super convenient time for the English as well. The English discovered the cash crop. That was sugar. The probably sugar is that much like tobacco. It is a labor intensive and land intensive crop. Now there are various ways to deal with the incoming labor shortage this includes having more colonists over indentured servants yes slaves. The land on the other hand was a bigger concern. The islands of the West indies at were basically exhausted. There was a major shortage of available. Where you could grow sugar? And the soil itself was becoming increasingly drained of nutrients this shortage of lament that the cost to produce sugar was rapidly increasing. The effect of this is that sugar production fell completely into the hands of wealthy landlords and squeezed. Poor planters right out of the game. This increasingly angry mass was desperate for opportunities that were simply becoming less and less available throughout the islands of the Caribbean enter. Sir John Colton Colton was born in sixteen o eight as the second son of Peter Colton growing up in Dover Colton was of some means but would truly see himself ascent to prominence during the English civil war Colton spent the war fighting alongside the king and the royalists where he was marked with distinction. Earning the commission Colton would end up commend his own regiment. However as we know the royalists did not win the English Civil Wars Colton would end up having his land seized by parliamentary forces and cultured himself was forced to flee England or the relative safety of the English Colony Barbados. Colton would then spend the next decade as a sugar planter on that island. Seeing the less shortage Colton recognized that. The West indies were becoming over saturated to the point. There was little opportunity for anybody. Other than the wealthiest landlords Colton had good personal connections from his time in the war and was close personal friends with William Berkeley. The governor in Virginia Colton had become tied to the Berkeley family during the civil war. As it was William Berkeley's brother John Berkeley who would grant the commission to Colton? During that war John Berkeley is going to come up again here shortly as he is going to become one of the founders of the province of New Jersey. The situation in England had also changed by this time. Oliver Cromwell had died in Sixteen. Fifty eight upon his death is son. Richard Cromwell became the Lord Protector of England. The problem however is that Richard was definitely not his father without going into details as they are not really important for our story. Richard would end up resigning as Lord. Protector and England turned to the son of Charles. I who had been hanging out in exile in the Spanish Netherlands Charles. The second was brought back to England and was officially recognized as King on May Twenty Ninth Sixteen Sixty. I think recognized as king because to his credit. Charles the second had been telling everybody for the past decade that he was in fact the king the difference is it took until May of sixteen sixty before. Anybody really decided that it was time to listen to him or Colton. This presented him with new Charles. The second did in fact recalled those who had remained loyal not only to his father but to how Stewart in general Colton marking these check boxes found himself in a perfect position joining together with the Berkeley brothers as well as the Barbados Plantation. Owner Anthony Cooper. They set out with a plan to colonize the Carolinas. The Carolinas were a perfect place for such an ambitious project. Unlike on the islands of the West indies there was absolutely no shortage of land in North America. In fact to my Colton Carolina must have seemed like nearly infinite amounts of land. Picking up a handful of other major investors along the way including Edward Hyde. George Manek Sir. George Carteret and William Craven the Earl of Craven. The men mentioned above were not just wealthy but carried with them. Large amounts of influence monarch had been a pivotal player. Making the restoration happen. Hide was the king's chief minister. Not only did these men have money for the project but they had the power and influence to make it a reality on March twenty fourth sixteen sixty three. Their request was granted. Charles the second issue to grant to the eight men that gave them control of everything south of the thirty six parallel down to the state Mathis River near the border of Florida. Now oddly enough. I can't actually find anything to tell me. Worthy see Mathis River actually was as it appears to have been renamed so my awesome listeners. I would love an answer to this as anybody knows looking at a map. I suspect that the State Mathis River is now saint. Mary's on the Florida Georgia state line. However beyond me making what I think. Is it educated? Guess I've got zero to back me up on this so if you know the answer want to help me out please do either way Colton. And his company had just been given a very significant grant of lead. And we're now ready to jump into colonization game understanding the difficulty of getting people to pack up from England and travel across the Atlantic. The plan was to get settlers into the Carolina in a different way. Instead of looking across the Atlantic for colonists the focus was instead play some people much closer to that location. This gave several advantages over trying to get people in England up route. I as we SANJIV sound. The trip was extremely rough on one's health. Not only was the journey across the Atlantic. Excel FRAUGHT WITH DANGER. But things did not get much better. Once you arrived in colonial America the difference in climate led to long periods of acclimation and typically a high mortality rate having to learn the land and figure out how to survive took time and came at great expense to the colony. We spent a ton of time on this last season when we looked at the early struggles at Jamestown Wolves Plymouth. The Carolina investors had no interest in repeating these mistakes instead. They wanted something that will be immediately able to get on. Its own two feet and quickly become profitable recruiting. People already in. The new world meant that they will be able to avoid the worst of the process of acclamation. Secondly Colton was keenly aware of the land shortage in the West indies. He knew that there was already a large population place that was anxious for opportunity to make a profit with the land shortages. It was practically impossible for them to carve out a place in the West indies however the prospect of coming to Carolina afforded them the chance to establish their own plantations. Colton having spent a decade in exile in Barbados focused his efforts there. Laghouat named are proprietors as being the absolute proprietors of the colony. So much as it was in Maryland are a proprietors are going to essentially be running their own little kingdom. So let's spend some time looking at the charter itself and figuring out what we can learn from it in the beginning of the charter. It is interesting to take notice of the position of England in regards to the native Americans. The first paragraph grants the land in order to enlarge the empire and means of England and clean those parts of America that are not yet cultivated or planted and only inhabited by some barbarous people who have no knowledge of the Almighty God contrast that to what we discussed way back in episode one point seven as we looked at the English attempts to justify the fact that the lead was in fact not open clearly here in sixteen sixty three that has moved from being something of concern to little more than.

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"sir robert heath" Discussed on The Ralph Report

The Ralph Report

09:45 min | 1 year ago

"sir robert heath" Discussed on The Ralph Report

"Eh back that's the noise I would've made the army's rubbing rouse lamps wishes please tell us what we on this day in history October thirty th sixteen twenty nine King Charles the I gave the Bahamas to Sir Robert Heath Nice so nice of someone give me a chain of islands and that'd be in the bottom in the bottom yes well the Hamas were they would be all of them Eight hundred sixty four Helena Montana the capital the state of Montana China was founded so hello to all of our members there in Helena I think we have actually we have full yeah well eighteen sixty six Jesse James Gang robbed a bank in Lexington story made off with two thousand dollars Abedin eighteen sixty six that was a pretty good how pence brothers were part of that I believe Oh that's right I forgot who had outlaw brothers part of that gang that's so cool eighteen seventy three the P. T. barnum circus the greatest show on earth debuted in New York City did you ever see the greatest show common with you Jack I'm at nine you should see the hurt it's good great film he's terrific in it but it's so funny when you see an actual picture of P. T. Barnum who looks like someone hit him in face will hammer and then you see the movie version it's huge he's gone on saying now he looks that old lumpy guy on this day in eighteen eighty eight you know I feel about the eighteen hundreds Eddie ripe what do I will say ripe for adventure everybody's inventing something that you couldn't not invent something if you lived in eighteen hundreds John J loud he got his first patent for the ballpoint pen He created it because apparently fountain pens wooden right on leather and he wanted to write on leather he's evil it found a hole in the marketplace wanted to create a writing instrument that would write on rough surfaces like leather and wood and since you know as I mentioned the fountain pen wouldn't do it he created a shaft of ink with a small rotating steel ball at the end there was held in place by a socket and it worked you can actually write on wood and leather but no one wanted to write on wood or leather Sir no one bought it it was not commercially viable and here's the harbor taking part he eventually just let the patent lapse oh man he's wouldn't find a market for his ballpoint leather writer and so someone else picked it up and they they they made all the money they were the ones selling it for twelve dollars yeah he's talking yesterday in New York in nineteen forty fan yeah guess there wasn't a hold the mortgage I guess not had to stop writing on fucking Leather Dumb S. eighteen ninety four Daniel Cooper invented the time clock do you ever have to punch in any job you're ever worked I did I worked at a Mexican restaurant man hunched in about half my life I had upon jellies I hated them always made me feel like a fucking servant you really did okay you've touched this no longer your time exactly you're indentured servant at that point we punch up free feeling it's like it's even sounds like a all doors being slammed on the show was miserable in nineteen eleven Clark Griffith is named the manager of the Washington Senators Dago listen thinking about the Washington senators were team for a long time and then they went away for a long time they original centers moved and became the Minnesota twins and they came back to DC as an expansion team it again became the Texas Rangers so there's been two incarnations of the senators and no third one now now third was the nationals with former Montreal Expos this is actually the third baseball team in DC diehard baseball fan right I pull for hometown in one thousand nine hundred twenty on this day the Communist Party of Australia was founded in Sydney where to go comrades in one thousand nine hundred ninety one the silent film starring Rudolph Valentino the Sheikh premiered in Los Angeles and it made route up Valentino the biggest movie star in the world really rebounding a was the heartthrob of a generation in the twenties when he died the the procession for his funeral that ops had to come out because women were lining the street for miles and miles near his coffin when he passed away the sheik was the movie that started it all here's a little clip it was a silent by did their solve hey speaking Halloween and famous showbiz stories on this day in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight a little radio broadcast called the war of the worlds created by Orson Welles created nationwide panik familiar with the IRA Orson Welles took the book by H G Wells no relation the war of the worlds about Martians invading earth and instead of just telling the story as a radio play or melodrama what wells did was did a disclaimer at the top saying this was a dramatization of the book and then played it on off as if it was happening real time he would have news updates from drovers corners New Jersey I think was the town where they supposedly had ended Anna just played out like a regular radio broadcasts with no further discussion of what was happening that this was fictionalized so people if you tuned in fifteen minutes late and you're listening to the radio you thought you're hearing a news broadcast about the world being invaded by aliens remarkable it caused such panic people were committing suicide taking to the streets I mean they lost their minds it was at the time the biggest hoax anyone ever perpetrated certainly on really didn't think the switches nation of the other station to save report it awesome before you take your life before you take your own life people in one thousand nine hundred thirty eight were really wow however I got a little piece of audio here here's a little piece of the the broadcast itself it runs a little long but listen to how well it's done and then there's a brief moment of what's that we won't interrupt it you get an idea of how chilling must have been to hear this Originally happening arising out of the out a small light against America they tell you to blame automobiles reading everywhere avoid out twenty isn't gentleman here the circumstances beyond our control we are unable to continue the broadcast from grover smell evidently there's some difficulty with our field transmission however we will return to that point at the earliest opportunity and then they would play some music and then they would cut back with another news update kind of genius it was kind of Gillians I just kept on switch the channel to see if anybody else's reporting such thing I before you take your life I don't think there was a lot of channel flipping that'd be more than one station sure there was get the sense you know this is pre television this is if you turned on the radio you probably had your station and you just listened to that and shows the trust people had in the past hour of the Media Media Back this was gospel of it happened on the radio it was happening but that was the real deal how genius genius Anyway Love that story one thousand nine hundred forty on this day the film premiere of one night in the Tropics in Paterson New Jersey took place it was the very first film for a young comedy team known has Abbott and Costello had their very first film the nineteen forty four Sweden announced their intention to stay neutral and refused any refugees sanctuary from world award to a thanks a lot Sweden awful nice of you last time I buy some fucking Ikya furniture that's for God damn sure I've done Garin de in nineteen forty five the US government announced the end of shoe rationing finally we could all get some new shoe rationing ask you couldn't get shoes during World War Two oh you had to ration your shoes really ask because they needed the rubber from the rubber soles they are military and all the leather went to making army boots and bomber jackets so leather was at a premium so you couldn't buy shoes man that generation even the folks who weren't fighting the war gave up a lye did to protect us from you don't know that the Nazis we're not we're not good on self sacrifice around here nineteen fifty four of the US Defense Department announces the Elimination of All racially segregated regiments Oh nice that's over Yeah you can let the black people serve with the white or done with racism that's lovely in nineteen sixty Michael Woodruff performed the first successful kidney transplant in the United Kingdom at the borough royal infirmary I say Jabber won't use that kidney there's a gender vio could use want you might have had taken that's how much ever so much then boom just put it in so lied about it and they're very polite. The Brits in Nineteen Eighty-seven George Michael released his first solo album after leaving WAM it was called.

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"sir robert heath" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"sir robert heath" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"Just fucking dying in the streets and people who like got button sees insulting mike coat the dying man the colony's obviously expanded more was divided up on october thirty of sixteen twenty nine king charles the first granted a patent to his attorney general sir robert heath for the land south of thirty six degrees and north of thirty one degrees under the name in honor of that king of corn nail corn karolus is latin for charles of course we all are so he's core alana charter contained a provision known as the bishop of durham clause which gave him broad futile powers okay so so this guy just got this guy just got carolina and he said that he's got allowed to do whatever you do whatever the fuck he wants because he's a duke he's a guy he's an attorney general than they can do whatever they want he's supposed to protect the land from invaders and he has the power to raise and maintain an army to collect taxes and a bunch of other shitty basically as ropari okay bench it starts to fall apart in england civil war breaks out can charles's executed heath get stripped a balls possessions which includes carliner okay he died the same your charles's executed so now so now one girl on is just fuck of rotten just as fucking sitting there are no one's mowing the lawn no one's watering the plants nobody really gave much of his shit about karl on a for a while after that okay in the sixteen fitted anything happen what there was any it had anything well people were just like we're going to do whatever we want back in a decade now there's people there's some people moving in i mean people are going to move in and everywhere so they were going to smatterings of people coming in but mostly it's native americans okay whose name will come up and i'm sure all butcher it in the sixteen 50s virginia is overreaching governor berkeley was selling land grants and carolina territory which he didn't have the right to do so laws we're just kind of recommended back then the other way before it's kind of like take a penny leave a pending certainly before like the official thirteen colonies it was just like you guys do it our motto lays play.

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