Burke to Rockingham, 18 August, 1767. A leader of a party had never
Aug. done so much to diminish its influence.
Very honest, truly liberal,t the head of the Treasury with less dissatisfac-
Chap. XXX.} 1767. Aug. tion.
He retained the confident expectation of an alliance
Walpoe la main du Due de Choiseul. Your prayer will be
Chap. XXX.} 1767. Aug. heard, answered Durand, then in London as Minister.
Durand to Choreater than England in extent, and perhaps becom-
Chap. XXX.} 1767. Aug. ing more populous, having fisheries, forests, shipping, corn, iron aive the prince who now sways the British sceptre
Chap. XXX.} 1767. Aug. of millions of free subjects.
Britannus Americanus, in Boston Gazd when it was con– sidered, that Mansfield and the Ministry declared Aug. some of the grants in colonial Charters to be nugatory on the groundr, in Boston Gazette, 648, 3, 1; 31 August, 1767.
Chap. XXX.} 1767. Aug. they added, Our strength consists in union.
Let us, above all, be o