Chap. Xxviii} 1767. Feb.
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2 Shelburne to Chatham, 6 Feb. 1767, and 16 Feb. 1767; Chat. Corr. III. 193, 208, 209. Compare the paper indorsed, ‘Remarks on the Present State of America, April, 1767, from Mr. Morgan.’ Lansdowne House Mss. ‘There are strong reasons against the principles of this Act,’ &c. Morgan condemns the Act utterly. ‘There is no bottom to the impropriety of enacting that those Assemblies should enact.’
3 Paper in Lansdowne House marked, Lord Shelburne to the Board of Trade on the Appointment of an Assembly, and other things necessary to the Settlement of Canada: indorsed, Relative to the Present State of Quebec, 17 May, 1767. The paper seems to have been drafted by an Under Secretary for Lord Shelburne's consideration; perhaps by L. Macleane.
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