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h he was the guardian. He addressed letters, it used to be confidently said, to the island of New England, James Otis on the Rights of the Colonies. Ms. Letter of J. Q. Adams. and could not tell but that Jamaica was in the Mediterranean. Walpole's Memoires of the last ten years of the reign of George II. Heaps of colonial memorials and letters remained unread in his office; and a paper was almost sure of neglect, unless some agent remained with him to see it opened. Memoires, &c., i.majorities, shifted his sails as the wind shifted;—Bedford, who was bold and unbending, and would do nothing but what he himself thought indisputably right, was always governed, and was also immeasurably obstinate in an opinion once received; Walpole's Memoires of George II., i. 162. being the most ungovernable governed man in England, Henry Fox, Lord Holland. and the most faithful to the vulgar and dissolute bandits who formed his political connection. Neither was cruel or revengeful; b