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This foot note contained in document ADMS-05-02-02-0006-0003-0001
10. The Commissioners were authorized by 7 Geo. 3, c. 41 (1767). For their commission, see note 3 41 below. See also Clark, “The American Board of Customs, 1767–1783,” 45 AHR 777–785 (1940). The offices of all the colonial surveyors general were abolished and their commissions revoked when the Board was commissioned. Id. at 783; Samuel Venner to Thomas Bradshaw, 28 March 1768, PRO, Treas. 1:465, fols. 250–251.