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John Oli- lished on Savannah river, at the place where a ver's ferry ferry has been heretofore held by John Sharp, on Savan

river, and that the said ferry shall be vested in John establish- Oliver, his heirs and assigns, for the term of ed.

fourteen years, and that it shall and may be lawful for the said John Oliver, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, to take and receive the following rates of ferriage, and no other, that is to say: For a waggon and team, or other four wheeled carriage, with horses, three shillings; for a chair or cart, with one horse, one shilling and six pence; for man and horse, four pence; for each passenger on foot, or led horse, two pence; for each head of black cattle, hogs, sheep or goats, ferried or swam over, one penny; for each rolled hogshead of tobacco, with horses and driver, seven pence.

And be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, Mickle's That a ferry shall be and is hereby established, ferry on

e. across the Wateree river, in the name and at the reo, estab- plantation of John Mickle, and that the said John lished.

Mickle shall be entitled to receive the following rates of ferriage, and no other, to wit: For a waggon and team, or other four wheeled carriage and horses, three shillings and six pence; for every chair or cart with one horse, one shilling and six pence; for a man and horse, four pence; for each foot passenger or led horse, two pence; for each head of cattle, hogs, goats or sheep, ferried or swam over, two pence; and shall hold the same to his heirs, executors, administrators and as. signs, for the term of fourteen years,

And be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, Ferry on That a ferry shall be and is hereby established Broad ri. on pod ver estab- on

on Broad river, about six miles from Pinckney lished, and court-house, at the plantation of John Bankhead, vested in and that the said ferry shall be vested in the said J. Bank head John Bankhead, his heirs, executors, adminis

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trators and assigns, for the term of fourteen years; and that the said John Bankhead shall be entitled to recive the following rates of ferriage, and no other, that is to say: For a waggon and team, or other four wheeled carriage, with horses, two shillings and four pence; for a chair or cart with one horse, one shilling and two pence; for man and horse, four pence; for each hogshead of tobacco rolled, with horses and driver, seven pence; for each passenger on foot, or led horse, two pence; for each head of black cattle, sheep, hogs or goats, ferried or swam over, one penny.

And be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, That a ferry shall be and is hereby established Ferry on across Broad river, from the plantation of David Br

ver estab. Hamilton on the one side, to William Sharp on lished, and the other side of the said river, and that the said vested in

David Haferry be vested in the said David Hamilton and milton and William Sharp, for the term of fourteen years; William and that the said David Hamilton and William Sharp, their heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, shall be entitled to receive and take at the said ferry the following rates, and no other, that is to say : For every waggon and team, or other four wheeled carriage, with horses, two shillings and four pence; for every cart or chair with one horse, one shilling and two pence; for every hogshead of tobacco rolled, with horses and driver, seven pence; for man and horse, four pence; for each passenger on foot, or led horse, two pence; for each head of black cattle, sheep, hogs or goats, swam or ferried over, one penny.

And be it further enacted by the authority W. Beauaforesaid, That a ferry shall be and is hereby to

Y Tilman's established over Broad river, nearly opposite to ferry on Pinckneyville, on lands belonging to Warren Broad ri.

• ver, estab. Beaufort and Edward Tilman, and that the said lished.

ferry shall be and is hereby vested in the said Warren Beaufort and Edward Tilman, their heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, for the term of fourteen years; and the said Warren Beaufort and Edward Tilman, their heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, shall be, and they are hereby entitled to receive the following rates of ferriage, and no other, that is to say : For every waggon and team, or other four wheeled carriage, with horses, two shillings and four pence; for each hogshead of tobacco rolled, with horses and driver, seven pence; for a chair or cart with one horse, one shilling and two pence; for a man and horse, four pence; for each passenger on foot, or led horse, two pence; for each head of black cattle, sheep, hogs or goats, ferried or swam over, one penny,

And be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, Childs's That a ferry shall be and is hereby established ferry on over Saluda river, at the plantation of Jonathan Saluda river, estab. Childs, and that the same be vested in the said lished.

Jonathan Childs, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, for the term of fourteen years; and that the said Jonathan Childs, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, shall be entitled to receive and take the following rates of ferriage, and no other, that is to say: For every waggon and team, or other four wheeled carriage, with horses, two shillings and four pence; for every chair or cart, with one horse, one shilling and two pence; for each head of black cattle, sheep, hogs or goats, ferried or swam over, one penny; for man and horse, four pence; for each passenger on foot, or led horse, two pence; for each hogshead of tobacco rolled, with horses and driver, seven pence.

And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That a public road be opened and laid

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out the nearest and best way from Evans's boat Road from yard on Great Pedee, to Groce's ferry on Little Evans's

boat yard Pedee, and that Aaron Pierson, senior, James Conner and Lewis Connor, be appointed com- Pedee. missioners for laying out said road and keeping the same in repair ; and that the county court of Marlborough shall, from time to time, direct and appoint the persons to work thereon, and that such part of an act, passed the nineteenth day of February, in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one, as relates to a road leading from said Evans's boat yard to Swinney bluff on Little Pedee, be, and the same is hereby repealed.

And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That a public road shall be laid out Road from from John Maxwell's road on Saluda river, the John Max,

well's road nearest and best way to Benjamin Mitchell's, on Saluda. and from thence to the town of Cambridge, and that Benjamin Mitchell and Samuel Rosemond, be, and they are hereby appointed commissioners for laying out the said road, and keeping the same in repair.

And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That the road now known and distin- Gaillard's guished by the name of Gaillard's, be establish-"

clared to ed, and is hereby declared a public road, and be a public that Elisha Mallard, John Joiner, John Stuart, road. James Rowshan Stuart and Edward Lynes, be appointed commissioners to keep the same in repair.

And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That a public raod be opened and laid Road from out, the nearest and best way from Buford's Bufo

bridge on bridge on Saltcatcher river, to Smart's meeting Saltcatchhouse on Coosawhatchie, and from thence to the er river. Two Sisters ferry on Savannah river; and also that a public road be opened and laid out the

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nearest and best way from Smart's meeting house aforesaid, to the court-house of Beaufort district, and that William Buford, Richard Creech, James Smart, John Chisholm and Elias Robert, be appointed commissioners for laying out the said road and keeping the same in repair.

And be it further enacted by the authority Road from aforesaid, That a public road be opened and laid

out the nearest and best way from the Sandy Blufton Little Pe. Bluff on Little Pedee river, and from thence the

most direct course to intersect a road leading from Little river in North-Carolina, across Waccamaw river, and from thence to Richard Fowler's, living on the line which divides this state from that of North-Carolina, and that Samuel Foxworth, William Hemmerway, John Rodgers, William Norton and Joseph Graham, be appointed commissioners for laying out the said road and keeping the same in repair; and all persons liable by law, living within five miles of the said road, shall be obliged to work on the same: Provided nothing herein contained shall extend to oblige persons living below Aaron Menshaw's ford on the Lake swamp, to cross the said swamp to work on the said road.

And be it further enacted by the authority Baxter's

aforesaid, That a ferry shall be and is hereby ferry on established on Black Mingo creek, at the plan

tation of James Baxter, and that the same be establish- vested in the said James Baxter, his heirs, exeed.

cutors, administrators and assigns, for the term of fourteen years; and that the said James Baxter, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, during the said term, shall be entitled to receive and take the following rates of ferriage, and no other, that is to say: For every waggon and team, or other four wheeled carriage with horses, two shillings and four pence; for every

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