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Grenville, George to King George III re: establishment of admiralty courts

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC07654.10 Author/Creator: Grenville, George Place Written: [London] Type: Manuscript document Date: 1765/07/04 Pagination: 4 p. + docket 32.3 x 21 cm

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC07654.10 Author/Creator: Grenville, George Place Written: [London] Type: Manuscript document Date: 1765/07/04 Pagination: 4 p. + docket 32.3 x 21 cm

Summary of Content: With secretarial signatures of Grenville, Lord North and John Turner. Copy of a letter to King George III discussing the admiralty and vice admiralty courts, along with a description of three new courts at Boston, Philadelphia, and Charleston.

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Historical Era: American Revolution, 1763-1783

Subjects: Government and CivicsRevolutionary WarGlobal History and CivicsForeign AffairsTaxes or TaxationFinanceMerchants and TradeCommerceLawJudiciaryNavyMaritime

Sub Era: Road to Revolution

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