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Chapter 47: Great Britain Centres in itself power over its Colonies. —Hillsborough's Administration of the Colonies con-cluded. June. 1771—August, 1772.
regarded the contest with Massachusetts as involving not only the power of Great Britain and the rights of the Crown, but his personal honor.
Wise men saw the ev sides, would perfectly reestablish that warm affection and respect towards Great Britain, for which this country was once so
Chap. XLVII.} 1771. Sept. Remarkable.
We are sensible that some of your Majesty's subjects in Great Britain may reap emoluments from this sort of traffic; but when we consider, that i longing to the fleet, and subjected the accused to a trial in any county in Great Britain.
Of this statute, which violated every safeguard of
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They regarded the Charter as a most solemn compact, which bound them to Great Britain.
By that Charter they held, they were to have a Governor and Judges, over