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to Sir James Wright, 4 May, 1771. He now directed the Governor to put his negative upon any person whom they should next elect for Speaker, and to dissolve the Assembly in case they should question the right of such negative. Hillsborough to Habersham, 4 Dec. 1771, and 7 August, 1772. The affections of South Carolina were still more 1772. Jan. thoroughly alienated. Its public men were ruled by their sense of honor, and felt a stain upon it as a wound. A Carolinian in the time of Lyttleton, had been abruptly dismissed from the King's Council; and from that day it became the pride of native Carolinians not to accept a seat in that body. Correspondence of Lieut. Gov. Bull. The members of the Assembly disdained to take any pay for their attendance. State of South Carolina, 1770. Since March 1771, no legislative Act had been perfected, Statutes at large, IV. 331. because the Governor refused to pass any appropriations which should cover the grant of the Assembly to the