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1 Smith's Wealth of Nations, Book I. chap. v.: ‘The mercantile syster, in its nature and essence, is system of restraint and regulation, and such as could scarce fail to be agreeable to a laborious and plod ding man of business, who had been accustomed to regulate the different establish the necessary checks and controls for confining each to its proper sphere, &c.’ This, and what follows, applies to Grenville as well a as to Colbert.
2 Journals of the House of Commons, XXIX. 609. Statutes at large, VII. 443. 3 George III. chap. XXII. Lieut. Governor Hutchinson's private letter to R. Jackson, 17 Sept. departments of public offices, and to 1763. Admiral Colville to Lieut.; Gov. Colden, 14 Oct. 1763; also Egremont's Circular of 9 July, 1763.
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