Andrew Hamilton (New Jersey)
Andrew Hamilton ( – 1703) was the colonial governor of East and West New Jersey from 1692 to 1697 and again from 1699 to 1703.
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... Originally a merchant in Edinburgh,he was sent to East Jersey to act as an agent to recruit men to settle there ... His work brought him a recommendation for becoming a member of the council of New Jersey ... In March 1687,he became the deputy-governor for East Jersey on the absence of Deputy Lord Neill Campbell,who returned to England for business reasons ...
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