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It would be difficult to decide whether he was more dangerous as a friend or as an enemy: certainly those who sought to enlist him as an ally had need to look sharp about them. Among them was destined to be Goodricke, whose career was on more than one occasion to bring him into close touch with this political profligate. Pechlin had made up his mind that the Hats must be relieved of some of the odium which now attached to them, by the removal of the more vulnerable of their leaders. He collected around him a body of Adullamites which for a short time went under the name of the Country Party (lantpartiet): a casual coalition of old Caps, supporters of the Court, friends of the constitution, disillusioned Hats, ambitious frondeurs, whose only common ground was hostility to the Hat Senate.
This was a very special contact, closely connected with the object of his mission, for it put him in touch with the channel of communication which led from Lovisa Ulrika, through her secretary Count C. W. von Duben, or through van Marteville, to Frederick the Great. Goodricke was here able to render useful services; for the channels through which he received secret information from Sweden were so much safer than those available to the Prussians that they were on more than one occasion forced to turn to him to arrange for the transmission of messages or money to the queen.
10 The situation now looked so The Road to Stockholm 25 hopeful that even Frederick the Great was prepared to open his purse strings. Already in November 1760 he promised Lovisa Ulrika financial assistance; and in January 1761 successive installments of money found their way to Stockholm through the Prussian minister in Copenhagen. 101 To England, too, the queen sent urgent appeals for money; and this time Goodricke gave them his support. The duke of Newcastle was moved to unusual expedition; on 23 January 1761 he agreed to make£ 10,000 available in the form of a credit on the Hamburg house of Hanbury and Halsey.