491 | To the Board of Trade

    Boston Aug 16. 1766

    My Lords

    I am obliged by the Advice of Council to transmit to your Lordships more papers relating to the disturbances on the outside of the line which We at present consider as our boundary with New York. I shall make no observations thereon but that it is a pity that Disputes concerning the right of settling the Country should tend to the desolation of it.

    I am, with great respect. My Lord, Your Lordships most obedient and most humble Servant

    Fra Bernard

    The Right Honble The Lords Commrs for Trade & plantations

    ALS, RC      CO 5/892, ff 98-99.