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INDEX

TO THE MILITIA LAWS.
The Index refers to the Numbers commencing Paragraphs.

Numbers.

Numbers.
Adjutant General, 1, 2, 36, 75, 239,

Ferry,

144 to 150
241, 244 Fines, 11, 13, 42, 59, 151 to 160, 174
Adjutant General, Deputy, 239, 244 to 177, 184, 186, 187, 218, 515 to 518
Aid de Camp,

18, 20, 37 to 39 Fire Guard of Charleston, 515 to 518
Aliens,
41 Forage,

22
Apothecary General,
240, 244 Free Persons of Colour, 161 to 164

197, 235
Apprentices,

Governor and Commander in Chief, 39,
Arms and Accoutrements, 3 to 7, 14, 30

43, 47 to 51, 61, 89, 96, 102, 103
40, 42 to 50

217, 241
Arsenal,
50 to 52 Grenadiers,

30, 31
Artillery,
30, 31, 53 to 67 Guard,

515
Battalions,
18 Incompetent Officers,

70
Brigade Major, 8, 18, 37, 243, 244 Inspector General, Assistant, 20, 239, 244
Brigades, (see Organization.)

Inspector General, Deputy Assistant,
Brigadier Gen. 18, 74, 102, 118 515 to 518 or Brigade, 8, 18, 37,76, 239, 244
Cashiering of Officers,

69 to 72 Inspection, (see Discipline.)
Cavalry,
Census,

88, 127 Judge Advocate General, 239, 244
Chaplain,
19, 240 Judge Advocate, Brigade,

239, 244
Charleston, City of, 89, 90, 515 to 518 Lancaster District,

188 189
Civil Process,
14, 91 to 93 Light Infantry,

30, 31
Clothing,
22 Limitation Act,

268
Collector of Fines 157, 159, 186, 187 Lotteries,

190, 191
525 to 529 Major, (see Elections.) 18, 21, 102
Colonel, 18, 21, 45, 102, 118, 122 Major General, (see Elections.) 18, 102
Colours and Drums,
9 Marshal, of United States,

11, 12
Commissary General of Issues, 240, 244 Muster,

77, 97, 197, 198, 518
Commissary General of Purchases, 238 Muster Ground,

192 to 196
240, 244 Oath,

95, 102, 104, 113
Commissions,

95 to 97 Opposition to Laws of United States, 16

18, 245 to 248, 256 Organization of Militia, 18, 200 to 203
Consolidation of Companies, 98, to 100 · Patrol duty,

176, 177, 209
Constables,

519 Pay,

22 to 25, 210 to 212
Courts Martial, 10 to 13, 102 to 107, 170 Pay Master General,

240, 244
184, 271, 517, 518 Pay Master Regiment, 152, 187, 213
Court of Enquiry,

103 Pensions,
Discipline, 32 to 34, 82, 167 to 169 Physician and Surgeon General, 240, 244
Disobedience of Orders,

26. 69 President of the United States, 15 to 17
Divisions, (see Organization.)

Quarter Master General, 19, 123, 239, 244
Drill,

218 Quarter Master Gen. Deputy, 20, 239, 244
Drums,

Quarter Master Brigade, 19, 52, 239, 244
Election of Officers,

109 to 124 Rank of Officers, 29, 214 to 216, 244
Encampment,

125 Rank of Divisions, (see Organization.)
Enrolment,

3, 14, 126, 127 Rank of Brigades, (see Organization.)
Exempts,

28, 128 to 143, 519 Rank of Regiments, (see Organization.)
Fees of Sheriff,
269, 525 to 529 Regiments,

18, 218 to 233
Fees of Constable,

270 Regimental Staff,

18, 217, 243
Residence of Officers,

234, 235

Company,

27

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Numbers.

Numbers.
Returns,
1, 2, 96, 152, 236 Sutlers,

249
Riflemen,
30, 31 Term of Service,

16, 32
Rifle Carbineers,

81 Transient Persons,
Runaway Negroes,
175 Tax Collector,

527
Secretary of War,

2 Uniform of Militia
Sergeants and Corporals, 153, 192 Uniform of the United States Army, 251
Sheriff,
525 to 529 Volunteer Corps,

252 to 258
Staff of Militia,

238 to 244 Wounded and Disabled Men,

250

Index to the Decisions on the Militia Laws.

Aliens, liable to perform Militia duty, 262 tence of ib.; has exclusive jurisdic-
Arms, exempted from execution, 263 tion of military cases,

265, 267
Civil Process, when to be null and void 264 Members, not liable for error of opin-
Constitutional Law-Act of Pennsyl. ion, 351 ; When legally constituted
vania, relative to penalties of Act of no prohibition lies,

352
Congress, 1795, not repugnant to Exempts, persons running a boat be.

Constitution of the United States 260 tween Charleston and Sullivan's Is-
Congress, has not exclusive control land, not exempt from militia duty, 266
over the Militia,

262 Fines, to be paid to the Regiment, 267
Courts Martial, not having jurisdic Militia subject to control of their res.
tion, members are trespassers, 259; pective states,

262
how to be composed 261; does not President of United States, has ex-
expire with war, ib. ; Captain to

clusive authority to decide, when
hold without order, ib.; of Field militia is to be called forth, 261 ; Mi-
Officers, 265; when Captain to pre litiaman refusing to obey orders of, 261
side and approve sentence, ib.; sen Substitute, not allowed,

Index to the Abstract from Rules and Regulations of the Army of the

United States.

Compliments
Dress Parade,
Drum Beats and Signal,
Funeral Ceremonies,

274 Guards, how relieved,
272 Inspection,
277 Review,
278

273
276
275

Index to the Patrol Laws.

Aliens,

286 Moultrieville, who to organize Patrol,
Apprehending Slaves.
305 in,

337
Arms of Patrol,

282 Offensive Weapons, slaves not to
Beaufort, who to organize Patrol, in 333

carry,

283, 300
Calling out Patrols, how often, 298 Patrol Districts. to be formed, 295
Camden, who to organize Patrol, in, 312 Patrol Duty, who to perform, 296
Captain of Beat Company, 297, 309 Pricking off Patrol,

297
Charleston, City of,
313 Prosecution of Patrol,

289, 308
Charleston Neck, Patrol Law, 314 to 332 Religious Meeting,

305
Clerk of Patrol
281 Returns to be made,

304
Columbia who to organize Patrol, in, 334 Roll to be made,

296
Discipline of Patrol,
301 Searching Negro Houses,

283
Disorderly Houses,

284, 299 Slaves out of owner's Plantations,
Duty of Patrol,
298, 299, 305 Stolen Goods,

284
Exempts,
296 Substitute,

282, 303
Ferriage, who exempts from,
311 Ticket for Slave,

279
Fines,
290 to 295, 297, 301 to 303 Transient Persons,

286
Firing Guns in the night,

280 Unlawful Assembly of Negroes, 287 to 289
Georgetown, who to organize Patrol in 335

306
Hamburgh, do. do. 336 Walterborough, who to organize
Incorporated Towns,

310 Patrol, in,
Leader of Patrol,

290, 297, 298, 304 Yorkvillé, do. do.

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Index to the Decisions on the Patrol Laws.

Numbers.
Aliens, liable to perform Patrol Duty, 262
City Guard of Charleston, are Watch
men, 341; may arrest without war-
rant,

341
Exempts,

342
Fines, Property levied on to pay fine

not to be replevied, 343; Patrol
acts of 1809 and 1819, not repug-
nant,

344
Leader of Patrol, captain of company
cannot be,

349
Patrol, what unlawful, 349; what may

Numbers.
excuse violence, ib. ; commiting
a riot, ib.; when it cannot enter a
house,

350
Plantations, Owner may reside on any

part of, 346; what is a Plantation, 346
Religious Assembly, place of meeting

must be confined, to be dispersed, 347
Replevin, (see fines.)
Tax, the return of year preceding
fine, basis of assessment,

345
Ticket or Pass for Slave, what suffi-
cient,

348

Index to the Slave Acts.

288, 305

Apprehending Slaves, persons wound- Killing White Person,

381
ed in,
353 Killing Slave,

419, 420
Assembling of Slaves, 287, 289 to 305, 306 Killing Cattle, Hogs, &c.

418
354, 355 Lascars,

370, 374
Baptising Slaves,
357 Labour of Slave,

421, 422
Blowing Horns, &c.

355 Magistrates of St, Philip's and St.
Branding Horses and Cattle,
358 Michael's,

467
Bridges and Turnpike Roads, 439, 460 Mental Instruction, 287, 305, 473
Bringing into the State,
Burning Rice, Corn, &c.

380 Offences, not Capital,

462 to 467
Burning Fields, &c.
378 Pardon,

426
Capital Offences, 379 to 382, 446,447,462 Pedlar,

414
Captain of Vessel,
366, 371, 374 Poisoning,

380
Clothing of Slaves,

383, 384 Poisoning Fish,
Commutation of Punishment, 385 Potomac River,

368
Compensation for Slave executed, 386 Prosecutions,

373
Concealing Slaves, accused,
387 Punishment of Slaves,

428
Constables,

354, 388, 389 Religious Worship,
Costs on trial of slaves, &c.
521 Renting Houses, &c.

429
Cruelty to Slaves,
390, 391 Roads and Canals,

430 to 437
Custom House, clearing Slaves at, Runaway Slaves, 175, 438 to 442
(note,) .

376 Seditious Writings and Books, 443
Deer, killing,

392, 405 Sheriff - 364, 365, 372, 374, 376, 000
Drums, Beating,
355 Shipwreck,

369
Emancipation,
393 Slaves, who are,

444
Enticing Slave to runaway, 381, 382 Slaves, not claimed by any person, 361
Evidence on trial of Slaves and free Stealing Slaves,

*380, 382, 446
persons of colour,
394 to 396 Stealing Boats, &c.

445
Execution of Slaves, 386, 388, 389 Striking White Person,
Felony,
379, 380 Sunday,

355, 422, 448
Fines and Penalties,

449
Fire Arms,
164, 300, 305 Ticket or Pass,

450, 459
Fire Hunting,

405 Trading with Slaves, 414, 454 to 461
Food of Slaves,
383 Travelling, Slaves,

356
Freeholders,

398, 522, 523 Trial of Slaves, 462 to 467, 521
Freedom, Claiming,
406 Unlawful Meetings,

468
Free Persons of Colour, 359 to 376, 380 War, Vessels of,

370
394, 395, 408, 410, 437, 520, 524 Weapons, Mischievous,

355
Guardian.
406, 410 West Indies,

368
Harbouring Slaves,
411 to 413 Whipping Slaves,

472
Hawkers and Pedlars,
414 Working out

470, 471
Horns, Blowing,

355 Work-House, Master of, 398, 440 to 442
Indians, Free,
370, 374

469
Information of Offences,
389 Wounded Persons.

353
Insurrection, exciting of, 381, 416, 443 Write, Teaching, to,

473
Justice of the Peace, 354, 383, 398 to 403

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Index to Decisions on the Slave Laws.

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Beating Slaves,
474, 475 Freedom, Claiming,

487 to 491
Bringing Slaves into the State, 476 Harbouring Slaves,

492
Constable,

482 Horses, not be owned by Slaves, 502, 503
Costs, in Slave Trials,
477 Killing Slaves,

493 to 498
East Indians,
478 Liability of Masters,

499, 50
Enticing Slave to leave Master, 479 Note, Promissary, given to Slave, 509
False Prosecution.

480 Possession of Slave, claiming by 501
Felony,

481 Property, cannot be held by Šlaves, 502
Free Persons of Colour,
478

503
" " False charge against, 482 Riot, a Negro may commit,
" Entitled to benefit, of pri Runaway Slaves,

495, 497
son bounds, Insolvent Stealing Slaves,

505, 506
Debtor's Act, 483, 484 Taxes,
" May hold Lands, and in Ticket or Pass for Slave,

348
berit,
485 Trading with Slaves,

508 to 512
When' incompetent wit Trial,

513, 514
ness,

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