oduce sixty thousand pounds per annum, and twice that sum if extended to the West Indies.
Henry McCulloh to Charles Jenkinson, Turnham Green, 5 July, 1763, in a nted agent to the province of North Carolina by the Assembly [see America and West Indies, vol. 198], but the resolve, to which Governor Tryon had no objection, dropp imposing proper stamp duties upon his majesty's subjects in America and the West Indies.
C. Jenkinson to the Commissioners of Stamps.
Letter Book, XXII. p. 432: imposing proper Stamp Duties upon His Majesty's Subjects in America and the West Indies.
I am, &c. C. Jenkinson.—23 Sept. 1763.
Who was the author of the Ameribecause it would occasion less expense of officers, and would include the West India Islands;
Grenville, in the House of Commons, in the debate of 5 March, 1770: Futy, as it would occasion less expense of officers, and would include the West India islands.
Gordon's History of the American Revolution, i. 158. and speaking for h