The Statutes at Large of South Carolina: Acts from 1814 to 1838, with an appendix

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A. S. Johnston, 1839 - Law
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2152 An Act to change the place of holding the Courts for Colleton district and
1817 No into Island in the Members of the Episcopal Church of Edislo Island
1818 2174 An Act to Incorporate the Charleston Fire and Marine Insurance Company
1819 No 2183 An Acl to establish three Circuit Courts in Charleston District and for other
1818 No 2203 An Act to incorporate tlie Grand Lodge of Ancient Free Masons of South
An Act to authorize the President and Directors of the Bank of the State
1819 No 8227 An Act to establish a new Court House ami Gnol near the centre of Marlbo
1S20 2231 An Act to incorporate the Inion Insurance Company
2246 An Act to incorporate the several Societies therein mentioned
A O 1821 2249 An Act to prolong the sittings of the Courts of Common Pleas and General
1821 No 2256 An Act to give the Commissioners of the Poor of Pendleton Kershaw Lancas
2277 An Act for the bettor regulation and government of free negroes and persons
1822 No 2286 An Act to vest the title of the lot upon which tho Lunatic Asylum stands
1823 2302 An Act to vest power in the City Council of Charleston to prevent the retailing
1823 No 2312 An Acl to provide a remedy at Law in cases of joint contract where one
2319 An Act the more effectually to prohibit free negroes and persons of colour from
1824 2329 An Act to repeal the 48th section of an Act entitled An Act to establish cer
A D 1824 mems und tbroiher purposes passed the twentieth day of December
An Act to raise supplies for the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty
1825 2358 An Ant to amend the charter of the Corporation of the town of Columbia
1825 No 2368 An Act to incorporate the Charleston Water Company and for other purposes
2377 An Act to establish a Court of Equity for Marion district
1826 2385 An Act to require the Commissioners appointed by an Act passed on
No 2394 An Act to change the time for holding the Courts of Common Pleas and Gene
An Act to prevent the recovery of debts contracted for ardent spirits sold
1827 No 2424 An Act to provide for the repairing of Court Houses and Jails in tliis State
1828 2441 An Act to amend an Act entitled An Act to regulate the election of Sheriffs
1828 No 3435 An Act to permit Eleonore Moirie F de Fay Lalour Maubourg Horry the widow of a native citizen of this State to take certain lands wi...
An Act to define and establish the Gaol bounds for the district of Charleston
An Act to arrange the several Courts of Common Pleas and Sessions in the State into five Circuits and to fix the times for holding the same
An Act to amend the Escheat Laws in relation to the Widows of citizens of this State
An Act to provide for the payment of Jurors and Constables in certain cases
An Act to alter and amend an Act entitled An Act to regulate the licensing of Physicians to practice and for other purposes therein mentioned
An Act concerning the Public Works of the State
2479 An Act to regulate the Collection of Military Fines and for other purposes
An Act for the punishment of official misconduct of District Officers
An Act authorizing titles to be made to purchasers of Lots in the Villages of Anderson and Pickens and for other purposes
An Act to authorize the sale of public arms and accoutrements
An Act concerning Fish Traps
An Act lo reduce the penally of the Escheotors Bond for York District
An Act for the better organizing the Fire Guard of the City of Charleston
1830 2499 An act to alter and amend the Laws in relation to Interest and Usury
2516 An Act to incorporate certain Sociotios
2523 An Act to authorize the formation of a Mounted Corps in Charleston
1831 No 2531 An Act to revive the charter of the Winyaw and Wando Canal Company
2519 An Act concerning the Bank of the State of South Carolina
An Act to make appropriations for the year one thousand eight hundred
and fr other purposes
1832 2569 An Act to release the title of the State in certain Escheated property to
An Act to raise supplies for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty
1833 2588 An Ordinance
1833 No 2Gt9 An Act concerning Homo of the Public Work
A I 1834 2616 An Act to authorize the appointment of a Commissioner or Commissioners
An Act to raise supplies for the year ono thousand eight hundred and thirty
1835 2646 An Act to reform and amend the Judiciary System of thiB State
2677 An Aet to increase tho Jurisdiction of the City Court of Charleston and
An Act to amend the Law as to Insolvent Debtors
1836 No 2712 An Act to make appropriations for the yenr one thousand eight hundred
2739 An Act to authorize the Cily Council of Charleston to close Fortstreet
1838 2743 An Actio amend the Act directing the representation in the City Council
1838 No 2748 An Act to provide for the increase and preservation of the Library of
2763 An Act to authorize a Subscription in behalf of the State to the South
An Act to prevent Wines of the growth of the Western Islands to be import
1733 An Act for continuing Peregrine Fury Esq Agent to solicit the affairs of this
1783 An Act respecting Suits for the recovery of Debt
1785 The Marriage Settlement Act of 1785
Extract from the Report of the Committee on the Judiciary 1836 in regard

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