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" ... whip. And whatsoever master, owner, or overseer shall permit or suffer his or their Negro or other slave or slaves at any time hereafter to beat drums, blow horns, or use any other loud instruments, or whosoever shall suffer and countenance any public... "
Cuba and Its Music: From the First Drums to the Mambo - Page 164
by Ned Sublette - 2007 - 688 pages
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A digest of the laws of the United States & the State of South-Carolina now ...

Thomas Doughty Condy - African Americans - 1830 - 196 pages
...overseer shall permit or suffer his or their negro or other slave •*• slaves, at any time hereafter, to beat drums, blow horns, or use any other loud instruments, or whosoever shall suffer or countenance any public meeting or feast- s|are, not to ings of strange negroes...
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The Statutes at Large of South Carolina: Acts relating to Charleston, courts ...

South Carolina, Thomas Cooper - Law - 1840
...overseer shall permit or suffer his or their negro or other slave or slaves, at any time hereafter, to beat drums, blow horns, or use any other loud instruments, or whosoever shall suffer and countenance any public meeting or feastings of strange negroes or slaves...
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The Negro Law of South Carolina

Slavery - 1848 - 60 pages
...that any master, or overseer, who shall permit or sutler his or their negro or other slave or slaves, at any time to beat drums, blow horns, or use any other loud instruments, or whosoever shall suffer and countenance any public meeting or feastings of strange negroes or slaves,...
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Reports of cases argued and determined in the Court of Appeals and ..., Volume 5

South Carolina. Court of Appeals, James Albert Strobhart, South Carolina. Court of Errors - Law reports, digests, etc - 1851
...whatsoever master, owner or overseer shall permit or suffer his or their negroes or other slave or slaves, to beat drums, blow horns, or use any other loud instruments ; or whosoever shall suffer and countenance any public meeting or feastings of strange negroes or slaves...
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The Induttisal Resouces etc. Southern and Western States

J. D. B. De Bow - 1852
...that any master or overseer who shall permit or suffer his or their negro, or other slave or slaves, at any time, to beat drums, blow horns, or use any other loud instruments, or whosoever shall Buffer and force, unie! it be considered as impliedly re- ; counteuance any public...
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Jookin': The Rise of Social Dance Formations in African-American Culture

Katrina Hazzard-Gordon - Performing Arts - 2010 - 248 pages
...overseer shall permit or suffer his or their negro or other slave or slaves, at any time hereafter, to beat drums, blow horns, or use any other loud instruments, or whosoever shall suffer and countenance any public meeting or feasting of strange negroes, or slaves...
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Slavery, Freedom and Gender: The Dynamics of Caribbean Society

B. W. Higman, Carl Campbell - History - 2003 - 297 pages
...owners for permitting their human property to celebrate their culture. An act of 1699 proclaimed that "Whatsoever Master, &c, shall suffer his Negro or...to be burn't ... he shall forfeit 40 s. sterling." 4 These restrictions, to be sure, were not always enforced and they failed of their purpose throughout...
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Sinful Tunes and Spirituals: Black Folk Music to the Civil War

Dena J. Epstein - Music - 2003 - 433 pages
...prohibited by the Customs of the Island."31 By 1699 the laws of Barbados included the following provision: "Whatsoever Master, &c. shall suffer his Negro or...there found, to be burnt ... he shall forfeit 40 s. Sterling."32 The St. Kitts slave acts of 1711 and 1722 prohibited the slaves from "holding dangerous...
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