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1 Jasper Mauduit, Massachusetts, agent to Mr. Secretary Oliver, 12 March, 1763: ‘I am now to mention a change which has long been expected, and has at length taken place. Lord Sandys is removed from the board of trade, and Mr. Charles Townshend is put at the head of it.’
2 ‘It appears, upon Mr. Townsbend's entry upon his office, the board of trade did notify their appointment to all the American governments, as well of the old established as the new acquired colonies; and did transmit to them, at the same time, copies of the order in council, of the 11th March, 1752; and the explanatory letters of the secretary of state, as the rule at their future correspondence.’ Paper by the Earl of Hillsborough, in the Lansdowne House manuscripts.
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