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of the proposal, made choice of Patrick Henry and Richard Bland, to appear as her Representatives. Henry and Bland to Golden, 1770. But the cherished scheme was defeated for the time by the British Ministry, who saw in Union the certain forerunner of independence. A general tendency to conciliation prevailed. Chap XLII.} 1769. Dec. Since the merchants of Philadelphia chose to confine their agreement for non-importation to the repeal of Townshend's Act, Letter of Robert Morris, Charles Thompson, and Thomas Mifflin to the Merchants of London. the merchants of Boston for the sake of Union gave up their more extensive covenant, and reverted to their first stipulations. Cooper to Gov. Pownall, 1 Jan. 1770. Hutchinson to Hillsborough, P. S. 5 Dec. 1769. The dispute about the Billeting Act had ceased in New Jersey and Pennsylvania; the Legislature of New-York, pleased with the permission to issue colonial bills of credit, Compare Colden to Hillsborough, 4 Oct. 1769; and Same