Disposition of the Biennial Act 1737
- The Biennial Act of Carolina referring the biennial meeting of Assemblies & regulation of elections & members.
- It seems that these assemblies have powers that the Crown never gave to them.
- The power to convene Parliaments is the exclusive privilege of the Crown & this act is an attempt to deprive him of it.
- The Council of Trade & Plantations should show its disapproval of this law because it encroaches on royal prerogative.