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a member. Answer of the House, 31 Jan. 1767, in Bradford, 104; and Letter from the House to Dennys De Berdt, 16 March, 1767 The Council, by a unanimous vote, denied his pretensions. The language of the Charter was too explicit to admit of a doubt; Opinion of the Attorney General in England, cited in a Minute relative to Massachusetts Bay, 1767. yet Bernard, as the accomplice of Hutchinson, urged the interposition of the central Government. Men feared more and more the system which Feb Paxton had gone to mature. With unshaken confidence in Hawley, Otis, and Samuel Adams, Freeborn American, in Boston Gazette, 9 March, 1767. they scanned with increasing jealousy every measure that Chap. Xxviii} 1767. Feb. could imply their consent to British taxation. They inquired if more troops were expected; and when the Governor professed, in pursuance of the late Act of Parliament, to have made provision at the Colony's expense for those which had recently touched at Boston Harbor
ut who were besides the inheritors of vast estates. He would drive out with ten outriders, and with two carriages, each drawn by six horses. Durand to Choiseul, 10 Dec. 1767. His vain magnificence deceived no one but himself; and was but the poor relief of humbled pride. He is allowed to retain office, as a livelihood, observed Bedford. The King complained of him, as a charlatan, who in difficult times affected ill-health to render himself the more sought after; Durand to Choiseul, 1 Feb, 1768. and saying that politics was a vile trade, more fit for a hack, than for a gentleman, Grenville Papers, IV. 184. he proceeded to construct a Ministry that would be disunited and docile. On the fifth of December, Bedford, now almost Dec. blind and near his end, just before the removal of cataracts from his eyes, told Grenville, that his age, his infirmities and his tastes disinclined him to war on the Court, which was willing Compare the entry in the Dukes Diary of Oct. 1. to