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f law offered no redress. Petition of Orange County to Chief Justice Howard, and to the Associate justices Moore and Henderson, without date; presented perhaps to Henderson, 29 Sept. 1770. See Henderson to Tryon, 29 Sept. 1770, and inclosed in THenderson, 29 Sept. 1770. See Henderson to Tryon, 29 Sept. 1770, and inclosed in Tryon to Hillsborough, 20 Oct. 1770. At the inferior Courts the Justices who themselves were implicated in the pilfering of public money, named the juries. The Sheriff and receivers of taxes were in arrears for near seventy thousand pounds, which thHenderson to Tryon, 29 Sept. 1770, and inclosed in Tryon to Hillsborough, 20 Oct. 1770. At the inferior Courts the Justices who themselves were implicated in the pilfering of public money, named the juries. The Sheriff and receivers of taxes were in arrears for near seventy thousand pounds, which they had extorted from the people, and of which more than two thirds Postscript to Martin to Hillsborough, 30 Jan. 1772. had been irretrieva- Chap. XLVI.} 1770. Nov. bly embezzled. In the northern part of the Colony, where the ownership of the ss proceed, but with no attorney except the King's; and finding that it had been resolved not to try their causes, Judge Henderson to Tryon, 29 Sept. 1770. some of them pursued Fanning and another lawyer, beat them with cowskin whips, and laid was