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Establishment meant everyone had to pay taxes to the established church even if they did not worship in it. Rhode Island, Delaware, and Pennsylvania never had an established church; in the other New England colonies, Congregationalism (Puritanism) was established, while New York, New Jersey, and the southern colonies were Anglican. indb 11 5/24/11 10:55 AM 12 • INTRODUCTION a shortage of Anglican priests, all of whom had to be ordained in England, and the reluctance of those priests to move to the colonies.
The Spaniards lived in towns, the Indians in surrounding villages. Indian caciques, or chiefs, served as go-betweens and did much of the actual ruling. A relatively small number of soldiers were able to control a large population, in part because higher authorities were careful to keep exploitation within customary limits. Spanish government in the New World mirrored that in the Old. A viceroy (literally, a stand-in for the king) ruled in Lima, Peru, and in Mexico City. Gobernadores ruled provinces, and alcaldes or mayors ruled the towns.
Prominent Anglican churches were opened in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1689 (King’s Chapel) and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1695 (Christ Church, which when rebuilt was the tallest building in the colonies at 196 feet). Most Anglican congregations in colonies where the church was not established were supported by the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. Anglicans complained of a shortage of priests and tried, unsuccessfully, to have a bishop appointed for the American colonies so candidates would not have to travel to England to be ordained.
A Buddhist Chinese- Sanskrit Dictionary by Akira Hirakawa