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Chapter 34: Does Massachusetts rescind?—Hillsborough's Colonial Administration continued. June—July, 1768. some weeks would elapse before these orders Chap. XXXIV.} 1768. June. would become known in the Colony. Meantime, the Commissioners of the Customs assumed more and more airs of haughtiness, with the strangest superciliousness Governor Wentworth of New Hampshire to the Marquis of Rockingham, November 13, 1768; in Albemarle's Rockingham, ii. 88. More obstructions have arisen to the service in this country, from the servants of Government, than from any other cause. At first the strangest superciliousness and publicly expressed hatred to the country, excited disrespect and apprehensions against them. Compare Mr. John Temple to Mr. Grenville, Boston, New England, November 7, 1768, in Grenville Papers, IV. 396, 397. I am perfectly of opinion with General Gage, that the King's cause has been more hurt in this country by some of his own servants, than by all the worl