6 June, 1767.
Message of Moore of 18 Nov. 1767. Board of Trade to the King, 7 May, 1768. and the Assembly went on as though nothing had happened.
The health of Chatham was all the while growing worse; and his life began to be despaired of. His letters were kept from him.
Lady Chatham to Grafton, North End, 31 July, 1767. Of tLady Chatham to Grafton, North End, 31 July, 1767. Of the transactions that were going forward, he was scarce even a spectator, and seemed to be unconcerned in the event.
De Guerchy to Choiseul, 10 June, 16 June, 8 July, 1767. T. Whately to Lord Temple, 30 July, 1767.
About nine o'clock in the evening of the twentieth, the leaders of the two branches of the Oligarchy met at New Grafton and Conway eagerly, as Rockingham came out; and the only answer he could make was— Nothing.
Once more Rockingham was urged to join with the friends of Chatham;
Compare Durand to Choiseul, 3 August, 1767. but he was unaccommodating and impracticable.
Whately to Temple, 30 July, 1767; in Lyttelton, 729. He has manag