This viceroy, Sir edmund andros, seems to have been a fairly well meaning man.
The people groaned under as heavy a tyranny as in the days of Sir edmund andros.
One hundred years before, the people in their majesty and might had put edmund andros in prison.
When Sir edmund andros asked for the charter it was brought in and laid on the table.
If Sir edmund andros had remained, the tragedy might have been changed into a farce.
Sir edmund andros being upon a progress one summer, called at a poor man's house in Stafford county for water.
Sir edmund andros, governor of Massachusetts, seized and imprisoned by the people, and the old magistrates reinstated.
Their virtual assertion of popular sovereignty was temporarily smothered by imported tyranny in the shape of Sir edmund andros.