ct, Croghan and a party descended the Ohio from Pittsburg.
The governor of North Carolina believed that, by pushing trade up the Missouri, a way to the great Western ocean would be discovered, and an open trade to it be established.
Dobbs to Halifax, 26 Feb. 1765. So wide was the territory—so vast the interests for which the British Parliament was legislating!
On the day after the debate on American affairs, Grenville, Lord North, and Jenkinson, with others, were ordered to bring in a Stn the Mutiny Act. were sent home by Gage, and recommended strongly to be enacted.
Shelburne to Chatham, 1767, in Chatham Correspondence, III. 192 and 208. They had neither the entire conviction nor the cordial support of Grenville;
Gage to Halifax, 23 January, 1765. so that they were referred by Halifax
Endorsement on the Memorial, and on the Regulations. to Welbore Ellis, the Secretary at War, by whom they were introduced and carried through.
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