Articles of Impeachment against James Logan

Articles of impeachment drawn up by the Pennsylvania Assembly, the elected governing body in the colony, accusing James Logan, then Proprieter of Pennsylvania, of "High crimes, misdomeaners, and offences." Logan had gradually become unpopular with the assembly in his representations and as...

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Contributors: James Logan, 1674-1751 (Correspondent)
Collection:Logan family papers (#0379)
Date:1706-02-01/1707-12-31
Dimensions:19 x 30.5 cm
Box Number:Box 4
Folder Number:Folder 21
Format: Electronic
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Copyright:Please contact Historical Society of Pennsylvania Rights and Reproductions (rnr@hsp.org)
Online Access:https://digitallibrary.hsp.org/index.php/Detail/objects/12528
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Summary: Articles of impeachment drawn up by the Pennsylvania Assembly, the elected governing body in the colony, accusing James Logan, then Proprieter of Pennsylvania, of "High crimes, misdomeaners, and offences." Logan had gradually become unpopular with the assembly in his representations and assertions of royal authority over democratic will.