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[421] should never be sealed; and the amiable Dartmouth,
Chap. XLVII.} 1772. Aug.
who became Secretary for the Colonies, had been taught to believe,1 like Lord North and the King, that it was necessary to carry out the policy of consolidation, as set forth in Townshend's Preamble.

1 Compare Dartmouth to Hutchinson, 2 September, 1772. ‘I have been always taught to believe,’ &c. &c.

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