Mansfield Lord, Junius speaks of him as a
very Cor- rupt Judge 373
- - - [Mansfield Lord, ] In the House
of Commons 396.
Martin Henry, appointed Govr. of North Carolina, in the Room of Tryon[William Tryon] 385.
Mucious Scævola, an excell- entpeice of his on the Inde- pendency of British Ameri- can Colonies, and on our Charter 413.
- - - [Mucious Scævola, ] His peice on the Conduct of Andrew Oliver relative to
his deposition. &c; defines what a Traytor , and Pe r jury is, and proves that Junius Americanus's Asser- tion , respecting him, is well Supported 594.
- - - [Mucious Scævola, ] He declares that Govr. Hutchinson[Thomas Hutchinson] , by Ac- cepting his pay from the King, and becoming Independent of the
People, is no legal Govr. but an Usurper, and ought to be punished. &c.