A member of Parliament, Francis Fane (1698-1757) of Brympton also played an instrumental role on the Board of Trade. In particular, he served as consulting counsel until 1746. He interpreted policy and colonial law and weighed the interests of the colonial assemblies with those of the crown. He is known for being "well-qualified for efficient service." He was succeeded by Matthew Lamb.
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