The king was the head of all colonies. He appointed governors of eight colonies. The governor appointed the upper house of the colonial assembly – the council. All judicial, legislative and executive powers were concentrated in the hands of the governor. The salaries of the governor and his administration were determined by the assemblies, which forced the governors to reckon with them. The Colonial Assemblies consisted of two chambers. The members of the upper house were appointed by the governor, and the lower ones were elected by the population.
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