The Statutes at Large of South Carolina: Acts from 1786 to 1814

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A. S. Johnston, 1839 - Law
 

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1387 An Act authorizing Justices of the Peace where there are no County Courts
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1788 1399 An Act to authorize the Auditor General to receive and audit the claims
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1419 An Act to establish a Company for opening the Navigation of Broad
81
An Act for preventing the Transportation of Convicted Malefactors from foreign
87
An Act for vesting in Daniel Comber his heirs and assigns such parts of
100
1789
103
1457 An Act for laying out certain Roads and establishing certain Ferries and
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An Act for raising supplies for the year of our Lord one thousand seven hun
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1791 1509 An Act to afford relief to John Lewis Gervais and other purchasers of public
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1474 An Act for granting to the Circuit Courts complete original and final jurisdic
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An Act for raising Supplies for the year of our Lord one thousand seven hun
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Stale
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1791 1489 An Act for the abolition of the Rights of Primogeniture and for giving
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1503 An Act to establish a County and County Court in the District of Kershaw
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Elorhem or House of God
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An Act to alter and amend the law respecting Juries and to make some addi
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1791 1530 An Act to appoint Commissioners for laying and raising an Assessment on
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An Act to authorize the County Courts and Commissioners of the Roads
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1792 1550 An Act for raising Supplies for the year of our Lord one thousand seven
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An Act to establish an Inspection and Warehouse at or near the FishDam
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1569 An Act to allow John Clement to take and receive the same rates of Ferriage
224
1574 An Act to incorporate the Episcopal Church on Edisto Island the Primitive
230
1589 An Act to incorporate the Medical Society of South Carolina
238
1596 An Act for opening the Navigation of Pinetree Creek from the mouth of said
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1604 An Act to repealihe 12th clause of an Act entitled An Act to alter and amend
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An Act to authorize a Lottery the profits whereof shall be appropriated to
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In Act to prevent persons holding certain Offices of Emolument from leaving
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tioned
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1796 1644 An Act to prevent Debtors from purchasing repeatedly their own property
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1651 An Act to reestablish a Ferry on Great Pedee river near the town of Chatham
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An Act to establish the Roads and Ferries therein mentioned to prescribe cer
296
1062 An Act concerning the Cavalry and Artillery of this State and for other
303
An Act to declare more explicitly the powers of the City Council of Charles
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An Act to establish the Roads and Ferries therein mentioned and for appoint
315
1691 An Act to incorporate the Spartanburgh Philanthropic Society
324
1798 1694 An Act to incorporate certain Mechanics Manufacturers and Handicrafts
329
1756 An Act supplementary to an Act entitled An Act to prevent Negro Slaves
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An Act to grant further time for registering Liquidated Demands against
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An Act prescribing on the part of this State the times places and manner
430
1803 1805 An Act to authorize the production of Office Copies of Grants in Evidence
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An Act to incorporate the Town of Beaufort and for other purposes therein
470
1826 An Act to establish Williamsburgh County according to its present limits into
478
1804 1831 An Act for extending the incorporation of the Saint Andrews Society
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An Act to authorize and direct the Treasurers to receive the pay bills of
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1809
495
1857 An Act to open the Navigation of certain Rivers therein mentioned and
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An Act to enforce the due observance of the Mihtary Law so far as tho samo
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other persons concerned therein
513
1806
521
1882 An Act to incorporate the several Societies therein menuioned ard for other
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An Act to make Appropriations for the year one thousand eight hundred
536
1892 An Act to alter and amend an Act entitled An Act concerning the Cavalry
542
An Act for the establishment of Roads Bridges and Ferries and for other
549
1803
566
1808
568
1916 An Act requiring the Major Generals of Militia of this State to cause one uni
572
persons who have already damod or otherwise obstructed the passage
579
A Atto olter and amend An Aot to incor
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Church of the city and suburbs of Charleston to raise in aid of their funds
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receive for dieting Negroes confined in Gnol and for other purposes there
619
1985 An Act to authorize the widening of State late Motte and Unionstreets in
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1811 2002 An Act to make Appropriations for the year one thousand eight hundred
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An Act to extend the provisions of an Act entitled An Act to remedy the
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2010 An Act 10 exempt the officers noncommissioned officers and privates of
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An Act to enable the Company for opening a Canal from Back River to Chapel
679
Judges of this State at the conclusion of their respective Circuits and
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An Act to alter the name of Martha Campbell to that of Martha Smith and
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