eased his austere vanity to be the first and only minister to insist on enforcing the laws,
Hutchinson to Richard Jackson, Grenville's Secretary in the Exchequer, Sept. 1763: The real cause of the to effect the greatest possible reduction of the duty on foreign West Indian products, elected Hutchinson as its joint agent with Mauduit.
But before he could leave the province, the house began to distrust him, and by a majority of two, excused him from the service.
Hutchinson's Ms. Letter Book, II. 76, 77.
The designs of government were confided to the crown officers in House of Commons declared against the stamp-duty, while it was mere matter of conversation.
Hutchinson, III. 116. Nor could Grenville have been ignorant that Pitt had in vain been urged to propose s was a contribution towards the requisite revenue which was said to be fixed at £ 330,000.
Hutchinson to Williams. These new taxes, wrote Whately, the joint Secretary of the Treasury, will certain