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of John Lamb, 36. of the tenth of August, cut down the flagstaff of the citizens, the General reported the ensuing quarrel as a proof of anarchy and confusion, and the requisiteness of troops for the support of the laws. General Gage to Secretary Richmond, 26 Aug. 1766. Yet the New-York Association of the Sons of Liberty had been dissolved; and all efforts to keep up its glorious spirit, were subor dinated to loyalty. Isaac Sears, John Lamb, and others to Nicholas Ray, New-York, 10 Oct. tham marked his contempt of the bitter mockery of Rockingham's partisans by saying to the Duke of Richmond, When the people shall condemn me, I shall tremble; but I will set my face against the proudest Connection of this country. I hope, cried Richmond, the Nobility will not be browbeaten by an insolent Minister, and Chatham retorted the charge of insolence. Walpole, II. 411, Chat. Correspondence, III. 138; Duke of Bedford's Journal, for 10 Dec. 1766. But it was the last time during hi