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in America, accused the colonies of reluctance to furnish the men and money which the commanderin-chief had required. Calvert to Lieutenant-Governor Sharpe, February 29 to April 3. The free exercise of deli berative powers by the colonial assemblies, seemed to show a tendency for self-direction and legislative independence, whi all trade between America and St. Pierre and Miquelon. The only opposition came from Huske, Secretary Caecilius Calvert to Lieut.-Governor Sharpe. London, Feb. 29 to April 1, 1764. who observed, that the colonies ought first to have notice and an opportunity of laying before the House, by their agents, any objections they mview of the agents with Grenville. the delay granted was only for form's sake, Cecilius Calvert, Secretary of Maryland, to the Lieutenant-Governor of Maryland, Feb. 29 to April 8, 1764: The resolution on stamp duties left out, to apprise the colonies, if any they have, they make objections, only given, I am told, pro forma tantu