Essex Institute Historical Collection, Vol. 40: 1904 (Classic Reprint)

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Court of Common Pleas for six years, and was for six years Judge of Probate for this County, holding these responsible positions from 1766 until 17 72, when he resigned them to become a Justice of the Superior Court of Judicature. At the last named date he was elected a Ruling Elder of the First Church in Salem. The intolerable arrogance of the Mother Country was now hastening to its inevitable issue. In 1773, at its first session, the General Court began to insist that the Judges should receive no compensation from the Crown and, on March 3, a Resolution had passed enacting, as the opinion of the Lower House, that, while the Justices of the Superior Court held their Commissions during Pleasure, any one of them who shall accept of and depend upon the Pleasure of the Crown for his Support, independent of the Grants and Acts of the General Assembly, will discover to the World that he has not a due Sense of the Importance of an Impartial Administration of Justice, that he is an enemy to the Constitution, and has it in his Heart to promote the Establishment of an arbitrary Government in the Province. In February, 17 74, four of the Judges, namely Trowbridge, Hutchinson, Ropes, and Cushing, replied to the Assembly that they had received no part. Of the allowance from the King. Before his fatal illness Judge Ropes had resigned his Judicial office.
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