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Chapter 31: Massachusetts Consults her sister Colonies.—Hillsbo-rough's Administration of the Colonies. November, 1767—February, 1768. on the twenty-fourth of November, the Twelfth Chap. XXXI.} 1767. Nov. Parliament came together for the last time, previous to its dissolution. Its members were too busy in preparing for the coming elections to interfere with America, about which the King's speech was silent; Garth to South Carolina, 25 Nov. 1767. and when Grenville descanted on two or three papers in the Boston Gazette, as infamous libels on Parliament, the House showed only weariness of his complaints. W. S. Johnson to Gov. Pitkin, 26 Dec. 1767. W. S. Johnson to Jared Ingersoll, 30 Nov. 1767. Franklin to Galloway, 1 Dec. 1767, in Works, VII. 369. N. Rogers to Hutchinson, 30 Dec. 1767. Miscellaneous letters ascribed to Junius, x. XXIX. and XXXI. in Bohm's edition, II. 146, 193, 199. Bedford himself objected to Grenville's Test for America; Lyttelton to Temple
Chapter 31: Massachusetts Consults her sister Colonies.—Hillsbo-rough's Administration of the Colonies
asury and the office holders in Boston.
They of Massachusetts, wrote Mauduit, may be brought to repent of thei inacy and deceit.
His first action respecting Massachusetts was marked by duplicity.
Hutchinson, through Ma the biography of Eliot, attribute generally many Massachusetts State Papers to the pen of Samuel Adams, but the orld, as expressing the unchangeable opinions of Massachusetts.
Disclaiming the most distant thought of ind ince in England, January 12, 1768, in Bradford's Massachusetts State papers, 124. that the British constitution of God and nature are invariable.
Bradford's Massachusetts State papers, 133.
The House of Representati they recounted the story of the colonization of Massachusetts; the forfeiture of their first Charter; and the } 1768. Feb. be thought necessary.
Bradford's Massachusetts State Papers, 134.
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