Memoranda book of the Privy Council, 1765 July 19 to December 17.


Memoranda book of the Privy Council, 1765 July 19 to December 17.

The unbound memoranda book concerns fiscal matters, probably of the Privy Council, for whom Townshend was Paymaster General. The daily entries include notices concerning the American colonies, especially the Stamp Act.

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