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George Bancroft, History of the United States from the Discovery of the American Continent, Vol. 4, 15th edition. 4 0 Browse Search
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rejudice, adopted the calendar as amended by a pope of Rome. The Board of Trade was all the while maturing its scheme for an American civil list. Representation of the Board of Trade upon the State of New York, 2 April, 1751, in N. Y. London Doc. XXX. 5. Compare also order of the Privy Council of 6 August, 1751, and the justificatory Representation of the Lords of Trade, 4 April, 1754. London Doc. XXXI. 89. The royal prerogative was still the main-spring in their system. chap. IV.} 17London Doc. XXXI. 89. The royal prerogative was still the main-spring in their system. chap. IV.} 1751. With Bedford's approbation, Thos. Penn to Gov. Hamilton, 30 March, 1751. they advised the appointment of a new governor for New York, with a stricter commission and instructions; the New York legislature should be ordered to grant a permanent revenue, to be disbursed by royal officers, and sufficient for Indian presents, as well as for the civil list. At the same time, it was resolved to obtain an American revenue by acts of parliament. Mss. of William Bollan. The excessive discrimina