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

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Thomas Cooper, David James McCord
A. S. Johnston, 1839 - Law
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1419 An Act to establish a Company for opening the Navigation of Broad
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An Act for vesting in Daniel Comber his heirs and assigns such parts of
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1457 An Act for laying out certain Roads and establishing certain Ferries and
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1789 1465 An Ordinance to entitle the Electors and Members of the State Convention
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1470 An Act for building a Bridge across Ashley river
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An Ordinance to amend and carry into effect an Act entitled An Act to pro
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An Act for raising Supplies for the year of our Lord one thousand seven hun
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1793
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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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1791 An Act to afford relief to John Lewis Gervais and other purchasers of public
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An Act to exempt William Greenwood from the pains and penalties of the
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1527 hundred and ninetyone 192 An Act to alter and amend the law respecting Juries and to make some addi
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1731 15 30 An Act to appoint Commissioners for laying and raising an Assessment on
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1792 1550 An Act for raising Supplies for the year of our Lord one thousand seven hun
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An Act to establish an Inspection and Warehouse at or near the FishDam
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1564 An Act to alter and amend an Act entitled An Act for incorporating divers
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1794
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An Act for the removal and safe keeping of the Records of the Clerks Office
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1794 An Act for appropriating a Room in the Court House in Charleston heretofore
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An Act to authorize a Lottery the profits whereof shall be appropriated to
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ment and for ascertaining and regulating the Fees to be taken by those
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1622 Al Additional Act to the Act entitled An Act to organize the Militia through
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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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1656 An Act to establish the Roads and Ferries therein mentioned to prescribe cer
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1662 An Act concerning the Cavalry and Artillery of this State and for other pur
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1670 An Act to declare more explicitly the powers of the City Council of Charles
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1800 1747 An Act to entitle the several persons therein mentioned to receive from
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An Act to provide for the drawing and legalizing a Jury to serve at the next
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An Act to grant further time for registering Liquidated Demands against
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1787 An Act to alter and amend an Act entitled An Act to prevent Negro Slaves
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1803 1805 An Act to authorize the production of Office Copies of Grants in Evidence
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1820 An Act to incorporate the Town of Beaufort and ſor other purposes therein
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1826 An Act to establish Williamsburgh County according to its present limits into
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1804 1831 An Act for extending the incorporation of the Saint Andrews Society
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1857 An Act to open the Navigation of certain Rivers therein mentioned and
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1871 An Act to enforce the due observance of the Military Law so far as the same
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1806 1884 An Act to authorize and oblige the Gaoler of Georgetown District to receive
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Act for regulating and ascertaining the rates of wharfage of ships
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1907 An Act for the establishment of Roads Bridges and Ferries and for other
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1911 An Act for the better arrangement of the sittings of the Courts of Equity
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1916 An Act requiring the Maior Generals of Militia of this State to cause one uni
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1808 wise obstructing the fish from passing up the said rivers and to oblige such
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1938 An Act to alter and amend An Act to incorporate Charleston by an equal
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Church of the city and suburbs of Charleston to raise in aid of their funds
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An Act to make Appropriations for the year one thousand eight hundred
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1967 An Act to incorporate the Protestant Episcopal Society for the advancement
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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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2004 An Act to extend the provisions of an Act entitled An Act to remedy the
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2010 An Act to exempt the officers noncommissioned officers and privates of
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2021 An Act to establish a Bank on behalf of and for the benefit of the State
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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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An Act to raise supplies for the year one thousand eight hundred and eleven
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2048 An Act to incorporate the several Societies therein mentioned and for other
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