to House, 27 June the—House to Governor, 28 June,—all in Bradford.
Also, Bernard's Observations, in Prior Documents, 107.
Further: Letters from Ber-nard of 29 June, and 19 July, 1766.
Gov. Pitkin to Secretary Conway, 4 Aug., 1766. overjoyed at the repeal of the Stamp Act and applauding its connection with Great Britain, elected as its Governor the discreet and patriotic William Pitkin, in place of the loyalist Fitch.
The Legislature of South Carolina, retaining, like Georgia,
Sir James Wright (nephew to Lord Chancellor, Northington) to the Secretary, 23 July, 1766. its avowed sentiments on internal taxation, marked its loyalty by granting every requisition, even for doubtful purposes; at the same time, it asked for the pictures of Lynch, Gadsden, and Rutledge; and on the motion of Rawlins Lowndes, remitted a thousand pounds towards a statue of Pitt.
Still they felt keenly that they were undeservedly distinguished from their happier fellow-subjects in Englan