Governor: appointed by the parliament, commanded forces, in charge of administration, has veto power, calls assemblies into session.
Lieutenant Governor: acted as deputy governor
Executive Council: appointed by the Governor, advised by Governor.
Legislative Council: appointed, approved or rejected laws from the assembly.
Legislative Assembly: people elected every 4 years, could approve or disapprove taxes, and could create laws.
Ordinary people, for the first time, had a say in the government.