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George Bancroft, History of the United States from the Discovery of the American Continent, Vol. 6, 10th edition. 15 1 Browse Search
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e Quincy's Quincy, 106, 107, 116. The Governor, Lord Charles Greville Montagu, had no Palace at Charleston; he uttered a thre Royal, unless they would vote him a house to his mind. Montagu to Hillsborough, 26 September, 1771; Hillsborough to MontaMontagu, 4 December, 1771. Same to Same, 11 January, 1772; Montagu to Hillsborough, 27 July, 1772. This is the culminating point Montagu to Hillsborough, 27 July, 1772. This is the culminating point of administrative insolence. The system of concentrating all colonial power in March. England was resisted also at the We 30 May, 1772. are taken, I will hang them as pirates. Montagu to J. Wanton, Esq., Boston, 8 April, 1772. J. Wanton to ReRear Admiral Montagu, 8 May, 1772. Dudings- Chap. XLVII.} 1772. June. ton seconded the insolence of his superior officer, in, and then set it on fire. Lieutenant Dudingston to Admiral Montagu, 12 June, 1772; William Checkley to Commissioner of Cu 1772; Governor Wanton to Hillsborough, 16 June, 1772; Admiral Montagu to Hillsborough, 12 June and 11 July, 1772; Deposition