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[362] Great Britain and America might once more enjoy
chap. XIX.} 1765. Dec.
‘peace, harmony, and the greatest prosperity.’ Delay made anxiety too intense to be endured. ‘Every moment is tedious,’ wrote South Carolina to its agent in London: ‘should you have to communicate the good news we wish for, send it to us, if possible, by a messenger swifter than the wind.’1

1 Gadsden to Garth, Dec. 1765.

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