Hutchinson to——26 March, 1768. if they did not find against the paper, as containing High Treason.
The Jury refused.
Oaths and the laws have lost their force,
Hutchinson to the Duke of Grafton, 27 March, 1768.
Hutchinson to Richard Jackson, 23 March, 1768. wrote Hutchinson; while the people were overjoyed,
Compare A. Eliot to T. Hollis, 18 April, 1768.
of Massachusetts, III. 184. and the honest and independent Grand Jurors became the favorite toast of t to the joint freedom of America and Ireland; to the immortal memory of Brutus, Cassius, Hampden and Sidney.
Those who dined together broke up early.
There was no bonfire lighted, and in the evening, these are Hutchinson's
Hutchinson to Richard Jackson, 23 March, 1768. words, written within the week of the event, we had only such a mob as we have long been used to on the Fifth of November, and other holidays.
Gage to the Secretary of State, 31 October, 1768. too, who afterwards ma