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relic of French usages which was retained. All the laws, customs, and forms of judicature Gov. Carlton to Sec. of State, 24 Dec. 1767. of a populous and long-established colony were in one hour Murray to Shelburne, 80 Aug. 1766. Carlton to Shelburne, 20 Jan. 1768. overturned by the ordinance of the seventeenth of September; and English laws, even the penal statutes against Catholics, all uch servants as would work at the cheapest rate, without much inquiry how the work was done. Carlton to Secretary of State, 12 April, 1768. As no salary was annexed to these patent places, the valas there any chance for harmony in the government, unless all should become equally corrupt. Carlton to Shelburne, 20 Jan. 1768. The Supreme Court of Judicature took to itself all causes, civiians an ingenious device to drain them of the little substance which was still left to them. Carlton to Shelburne, 24 Dec. 1767. In the one hundred and ten rural parishes there were but nineteen P