The Regulators of North Carolina.—Hillsborough's Ad-Ministration of the Colonies continued.
The people of Boston had gothe branches of the Cape Fear River.
The emigrants to the upland glades of North Carolina, though occupying rich lands, had little coin or currency; yet as the revenosecute every lawful method for justice and redress.
Compare Letter from North Carolina in Boston Gazette, of 12 August, 1771; 853, 2, 1.
The Regulators, on thaited the result of the suits at law. But Tryon would not wait.
Martin's North Carolina, II. 237, 238. He repaired to Hillsborough, threw himself entirely againstdictments, in Herman Husbands' Impartial Account.
See Wheeler's History of North Carolina, II. 321, 322. A verdict was also given against three Regulators.
The cour. XXXV.} 1768. Sept. and when the time came, so general was the discontent, North Carolina changed thirty
Husband's Impartial Relation. of its delegates.