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FIRST DIVISION, WESTERN DIVISION.
SECOND DIVISION, EASTERN DIVISION.

FIRST DIVISION.
First brigade, Edgefield and Abbeville.
Second brigade, Newberry and Laurens.

Third brigade, Pinckney.
Fourth brigade, Washington.

SECOND DIVISION.
Fifth brigade, Beaufort and Orangeburgh.

Sixth brigade, Georgetown.
Seventh brigade, Charleston.
Eighth brigade, Camden.

Ninth brigade, Cheraw. W

FIRST DIVISION. de Brigade, No. I. up the First regiment, Norwood's.

Second regiment, John Martin's,
e Third regiment, Calhoun's.

fourth regiment, Mey's.
Fifth regiment, Carter's.

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Brigade, No. II.
Sixth regiment, Upper regiment of Newberry

county. • Seventh regiment, Enoree regiment. Eighth regiment, Lower regiment of Newbera

ry county.
Ninth regiment, Saluda regiment.
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Brigade, No. III.
Tenth regiment, Trimmer's.
Eleventh regiment, Mills's.

Twelfth regiment, Love's.
Thirteenth regiment, Brandon’s.
Fourteenth regiment, Thomas Moore's.

Brigade, No. IV. n
Fifteenth regiment, Allston's.
Sixteenth regiment, Eliab Moore's.
Seventeenth regiment, Wood's.

Eighteenth regiment, William Martin's.

Nineteenth regiment, Clarke's.
SECOND DIVISION.

Brigade, No. Y.
Twentieth regiment, M-Pherson's.
Twenty-first regiment, Runph's.
Twenty-second regiment, Sabb's.

Twenty-third regiment, Brown's.
Twenty-fourth regiment, Fishburne's.

Brigade, No. VI.
Twenty-fifth regiment, Conwar's.
Twenty-sixth regiment, Postell's.
Twenty-seventh regiment, Baxter's.

Brigade, No.VII.
Twenty-eighth regiment, Lee's.
Twenty-ninth regiment, Read's.
Thirtieth regiment, Vanderhorst's.
Thirty-first regiment, Glaze's.

Brigade, No. VIII.
Thirty-second regiment, M'Cauley's.
Thirty-third regiment, Goodwyn's.
Thirty-fourth regiment, Dunlap's.

Thirty-fifth regiment, Cantey's.
Thirty-sixth regiment, Pierson's.

Brigade, No. IX.
Thirty-seventh regiment, Evans's.
Thirty-eighth regiment, Ellison's.

Thirty-ninth regiment, Spencer's. Ordered, That the report be recorded in the Secretary's offices in Charleston and Columbia; and that the report be printed as an appendix to an additional act to the act, entitled, " An act to organize tlie militia throughout the state of South Carolina, in conformity with the act of Congress. By order of the House,

JOHN SANDFORD DART, C. H. R.

In the Senate, December 19, 1794. Resolved, That this House do concur with the House of Representatives in the foregoing re

By order of the Senate,

Felix WARLEY, C. Ş.

port.

An ACT for establishing the salary of the Governor of this State, and the salaries of other Public Officers, and for other purposes therein mentioned. ITHEREAS, it is expedient and necessa

V ry, that a principle of economy should be observed in the management of the finances of this government:

Be it therefore enacted by the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives, now met and sitting in general assembly, and by the thority of the same, That the governor of this state, who shall hereafter be elected, shall be entitled to receive the sum of six hundred pounds per annum, as a compensation for his services. That the chief justice, hereafter to be elected or appointed, shall receive the sum of six hundred pounds per annum, for his services. That the associate justices hereafter to be elected or appointed, shall each receive the sum of five hundred pounds per annum, for their services. The attorney-general hereafter to be elected or appointed, shall receive for his services, the sum of two hundred pounds per annum. That the circuit court solicitors shall hereafter receive, in addition to their present salaries of one hundred pounds per annum, the sum of a dollar and an half per diem, during their attendance on the legislature. That the commise sioner of the treasury, hereafter to be elected, who shall reside in Charleston, shall receive the sum of four hundred pounds per annum, Thạt the commissioner of the treasury, hereafter to be elected, who shall reside in Columbia, shall receive the sum of three hundred pounds per annum. That the clerk of the senate, and tle clerk of the house of representatives, shall each receive the sum of two hundred and eighty-seven pounds per annum. That the messengers to each house shall each receive the sum of listy pounds per annum. And the door-keepers, cach the sum of fifty pounds per annum. That the house-keeper of the state-house shall receive the sum of twenty pounds per annum.

Andbe it further enactedby thcauthority aforesaid, That all former laws for establishing the salaries of the public officers of this state, so far as the same may be repugnant to this act, shall be, and the same are hereby repealed. In the Senate House, this seventeenth day of

December, in the year of our Lord one
thousand seven, hundred and ninety-four,
and in the nineteenth year of the Indepen-
dence of the United States of America.
DAVID RAMSAY,

Presirlint of the Senate;
JACOB READ,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

An ACT to increase the number of Justices of the

Peace in the several counties throughout this
State where counti-courts are established.

THEREAS, it is found expedient and VV necessary to increase the number of justices of the peace in the several counties in this state where county courts are established:

Be it therefore enacted by the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives, now met and sitting in general assembly, and by the au. thority of the same, That from and immediately

after the passing of this act, the number of justices of the peace, in the several counties throughout this state, where county courts are established, may be increased from nine, the number to which they are at present entitled, to fifteen for each county, any law, usage or custom to the contrary notwithstanding. In the Senate House, this seventeenth day of

December, in the year of our Lord one
thousand seven hundred and ninety-four,
and in the nineteenth year of the Indepen-
dence of the United States of America.
DAVID RAMSAY,

President of the Senate.
JACOB READ
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

An ACT to ascertain and fix on some conve

nient and central situation for the Court-house, and other public buildings, for the county of Greenville, and for other purposes therein mentioned. TITHEREAS, dissatisfaction hath arisen

VV among the inhabitants of Greenville county, respecting the situation of their public buildings:

Be it therefore enacted by the honorable the Senate and House of Representatives, now met and sitting in general assembly, and by the authority of the same, That the reverend James Tarrants, John M'Beth, Peter Sarter, Isaac Green, Paul Abner, Samuel Walker, William Anderson, Robert Nelson, Martin Adams, William Goodlet, Josiah Foster, Silas Williams, James Kilgore, Thomas Townsend and William Choice, be, and they are hereby appointed cominissioners, with full power, either to alter the

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