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Tension existed between the ruling class living in the colonies and the authoritative Crown throughout the early history of North Carolina. The sheriff became a key figure in the political struggle of the colony because of the administrative and punitive powers granted his office. The article reviews the various roles of sheriffs in colonial government and how this could exploit both the ruling class families and the Crown.
This is a reprint of an unsigned, undated manuscript essay on the Federal Constitution. The essay is written in the form of a letter to a friend, and was most likely intended for newspaper publication. The introduction provides background information on, context for, and some level of analysis of the manuscript.