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If you mean when a royal governor ruled some colonies, the answer is the governor was appointed by the king.

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the members of the council assembly voted for him

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Q: How did a royal governor obtain his position?
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How can you put royal governor in a sentence?

The royal governor was appointed by the king to oversee the colony and ensure that laws were enforced.

How did royal governors obtain their position?

They were appointed b "royalty," that is a king or a quenn.

Appointments to the position of royal governor customs collector or naval officer were usually?

they were based on military rank

In the colonies who was the substitute for the king?

(royal governor)

What is the position of a governor?


Who was the speaker of the assembly and clashed with the royal governor?

John Harvey was the speaker of the assembly who clashed with the royal governor.

Who controlled Georgia after it became a royal colony?

When Georgia became a royal colony, the first royal governor was John Reynolds, who answered to the British government. He proved to be ineffective as governor and was replaced by Henry Ellis.

What is the government for colonial Massachusetts?

governor general or royal governor

What colony whose assembly was dismissed by the royal governor in 1774?

Pennsylvania's assembly was dismissed by the royal governor in 1774.

The was the substitute and representative for the King of England in the colonies?

(royal governor)

Who was the royal representative in a colony?

There was a Royal Governor appointed to each colony.

What type of government in the middle colonies besides proprioters?

British Crown ruled over Royal Governor. Royal Governor was appointed by the Crown,oversaw colonial trade, had final approval on laws, and could dismiss Colonial Assembly. The Royal Governor also saw over the Council and the Colonial Assembly. The Council was appointed by the Royal Governor, they were the advisory board to the Royal Governor, and they acted as a high court in each colony. The Colonial Assembly made laws, had the authority to tax, paid Royal Governor's salary, and elected eligible colonists.