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1 The king's speech to both houses of parliament, 3 March, 1761, recommending making the commissions of the judges perpetual during their good behavior, notwithstanding any future demise of the crown, &c. Annual Register, IV. 243.
2 Dyson, Secretary of the Treasury, to J. Pownall, Secretary of the Board of Trade, 29 Dec. 1762, in Treasury Letter Book, XXII. 353. Dyson to auditor of plantations, ib. Compare, as to the fact of the allowance, Lieut. Gov. Golden to board of trade, New-York, 8 July, 1763, and Chief Justice Smyth, of New Jersey, to Hillsborough, 20 Nov. 1768.
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