Abdicated: renounced; relinquished without a formal resignation; abandoned
Abolish: to make void; to annul; to end
Acquiesce: usually implying previous opposition, uneasiness, or dislike, but ultimate compliance, or submission; to give in
Annihilation: the act of reducing to nothing or non-existence
Appropriations: to set apart with a specific use of land, money, etc.
Assent: to concede or agree
Charter: a document giving powers, rights and privileges, either from a king or other sovereign power.
Colony: a body of people who leave their native country to a new land to develop and inhabit it remaining subject to their native country
Conjure: to call or summon in solemn manner
Consanguinity: family relation by blood; descendents from the same ancestor
Convulsion: any violent and irregular motion; tumult; commotion; as political convulsions
Depository: a place where anything is kept for safe keeping