ssent on his part or on Camden's. They both joined in driving Shelburne out of the Ministry.
The letter writers from London affirmed their adhesion.
Compare Israel Mauduit to Hutchinson, 11 April, 1767, and 15 Dec. 1767, and 19 Feb. 1769, with the extract of a letter in the Boston Chronicle of Oct. 31–Nov. 7, 1768, p. 427, which must be an extract of a letter from Israel Mauduit to Hutchinson, written after this Cabinet meeting of the 27 of July, as appears from Same to Same, 10 Feb. 1769.
All these are friends to the Duke of Bedford: they all agree in one sentiment about America, and the Duke of Grafton professes now to be of the same opinion.
Lorde to repent of its insolence; and its Town Meetings no
Chap. XXXV.} 1768. July. longer be suffered to threaten and defy the Government of Great Britain.
Israel Mauduit to Hutchinson, in Boston Chronicle, i. 428. Two additional regiments of five hundred men each, and a frigate were at once to be sent there; the ship of the li