Assembly in case they should question the right of such negative.
So the affections of the colonies.
one after another, were alienated from the mother country by her unwise rulers.
The Provincial Congress of Georgia assembled at Tondee's Long Room, in Savannah, July 4, 1775, at which delegates from fourteen districts and parishes were in attendance—namely, from the districts of Savannah, Vernonburg, Acton, Sea Island, and Little Ogeechee, and the parishes of St. Matthew, St. Philip, St. George, St. Andrew, St. David, St. Thomas, St. Mary, St. Paul, and St. John.
Archibald Bullock was elected president of the Congress, and George Walton secretary.
The Congress adopted the American Association, and appointed as delegates to the Continental Congress Lyman Hall (already there), Archibald Bullock, Dr. Jones, John Houstoun, and Rev. Dr. Zubley, a Swiss by birth, who soon became a Tory.
Sir James Wright (the governor) issued proclamations to quench the flames of patriotism, but in v