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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1738 1421 An Ordinance for repealing so much of the Ordinances passed March 16 1783
1789 1465 An Ordinance to entitle the Electors and Heathen of the State Convention
1450 An Act for incorporating the Presbyterian Congregation in the town of Purys
1457 An Act for laying out certain Roads and establishing certain Ferries and
An Act to enlarge the time for the Recording of Mortgages and other Con
1470 An Act for building a Bridge across Ashley river
An Act to authorize the Secretary of the State to deliver to Robert Harris
An Act for raising Supplies for the year of our Lord one thousand seven hun
Courts throughout his State
1503 An Act to establish a County and County Court in the District of Kershaw
151G An Act for incorporating the Jewish Congregational Charleston called Beth
1527 An Act to alter and amend the law respecting Juries and to make some addi
A 1 17J1 1530 An Act to appoint Commissioner for laying and railing on Assessment on
1793 1574 An Act to incorporate the Episcopal Church on Edisto Island the Primitive
An Act for the removal and safe keeping of the Records of the Clerks Office
1794 1599 An Act for appropriating a Room in the Court House in Charleston heretofore
An Act to authorize a Lottery the profits whereof shall be appropriated to
1629 An Act to vest certain Lands in the District of Beaufort in Trustees for
1796 1644 An Act to prevent Debtors from purchasing repeatedly their own property
1651 An Act to reestablish a Ferry on Great Pedcc river near the town of Chatham
1656 An Act to establish the Roads and Ferries therein mentioned to prescribe cer
1670 An Act to declare more explicitly the powers of the City Council of Charles
678 An Act to establish the Roads and Ferries therein mentioned and for appoint
An Act to grant further time for registering Liquidated Demands against
17S7 An Act to alter and amend an Act entitled An Act to prevent Negro Slaves
An Act for the better regulating the Streets and Markets in the town of Winns
An Act concerning the line of division between this State and the State
1857 An Act to open the Navigation of certain Rivers therein mentioned and
1871 An Act to enforce the due observance of the Military Law so far as the satBo
for safekeeping such person or persons as may be apprehended according
1889 An Act to amend an Act entitled An Act for amending an Act entitled
1907 An Act for the establishment of Roads Bridges and Femes and for other
A P 1808 wise obslructingthe fish from passing up the said rivr and to oblige such
1938 An Act to alter and amend An Act to incorporate Charleston by an equal
Church of the city and suburbs of Charleston to raise in aid of their funds
An Act to make Appropriations for the year one thousand eight hundred
1967 An Act to incorporate the Protestant F piscopal Society for the advancement
1811 1980 An Act lo establish Free Schools throughout the State
19U0 An Act for regulating the Courts held by the Associate Judges of this State
An Act to raise supplies for the year one thousand eight hundred and eleven
1811 2002 An Act lo make Appropriations for the year one thousand eight hundred
2004 An Act to extend the provisions of an Act entitled An Act to remedy the
2010 An Act lo exempt the officers noncommissioned officers and privates of
2021 An Act to establish a Bank on behalf of and for the benefit of the State
Judges of this State at the conclusion of their respective Circuits and
An Act to alter the name of Martha Campbell to that of Martha Smith and

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