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and the same are hereby repealed and made null
and void ; any law, usage or custum to the con-
trary notwithstanding.
In the Senate House, the nineteenth day of Fe-

bruarı, in the year of our Lord one thou-
sand seren hundred and ninety-one, and in
the fifteenth year of the Independence of the
United States of America.
DAVID RAMSAY,"

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

ablish

An ACT for laying out certain roads and estab

lishing certain ferries, and for other purposes

therein mentioned. D E it enacted by the honorable the Senate

D and House of Representatives, now met and sitting in general assembly, and by the authority of the same, That a public ferry shall be Ferry and hereby is established on Pedee river, at est:

ed at W. William Evans's boat yard, and shall be vested Evans's in William Evans, his heirs and assigns, for the boat yard. term cf fourteen years, and that it shall be lawful for the said William Evans, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, to take and receive the following rates of ferriage, and no other, viz. for every foot passenger, two pence; Rates of for each horse ferried or swam, two pence; for ferriage. a man and horse, four pence; for a waggon and team, or other four wheeled carriage and horses, three shillings and six pence; for a chair or cart with one horse, one shilling and six pence; for each head of black cattle, hogs, sheep or goats, Commis. two pence; and that a public road shall be laid sioners ap

: pointed to out the nearest and best way from the said William Evans's boat yard, on Great Pedee, to road.

Swinney's Bluff, on Little Pedee; that Aaron Pearson, Lewis Connor and James Connor, be, and they are hereby appointed commissioners for laying out the 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 who shall work thereon.

And be it further enacted by the authority Commis. aforesaid, That Evander M’Iver, Enoch Evans, sioners for sen. and Thomas Williamson, shall be, and they laying out another are hereby appointed commissioners for laying rpad. out a road from the said William Evans's ferry

to the main road leading down Pedee river from Greenville to Georgetown; and that the county court of Darlington shall direct and appoint the persons who shall work on the said road.

And whereas, by an act of the general assembly, passed on the twenty-second day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-six, a ferry was established over Pedee river, at Joseph Pledger's plantation, and vested in the said Joseph Pledger; and it appear.

ing that the said ferry is not now necessary: Act for Be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, That etablishing Pledg. the said act and every clause and part of the same er's ferry, be and hereby is repealed. repealed.

And be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, Ferry esta. That a public ferry shall be, and hereby is estab. blished,,, lished on Wateree, at the plantation of Joshua and vested in Joshua English, and shall be known by the name of English English's ferry; and that the said ferry shall be

vested in the said Joshua English, his heirs and assigns, for the term of fourteen years; and that it shall and may be lawful for the said Joshua English, his heirs and assigns, to take and re.

ceive the following rates of ferriage, and no Rates of other, that is to say; for every waggon and team, ferriage. or other four wheeled carriage and horses, three shillings and six pence; for a chair or cart, with one horse, one shilling and six pence; for a man and horse, four pence; for each fcot passenger, or led horse, two pence; for each head of black cattle, hogs, sheep or goats, ferried or swam over, two pence.

And be it further enacted by the auihority aforesaid, That a public road shall be laid out Two roads the nearest and best way from English's ferry from Eng

lish's feron the Wateree river, to the main road leading i. &c. to from Camden to Statesborough; and also from be laid of the said ferry to the main road leading from Rocky Mount to Huger's ferry; and that Douglas Stark and Joshua English, be, and they are hereby appointed commissioners for laying cut the said road.

And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That a public road shall be laid out Road to be the nearest and best way from Camden to Ches- laid out

from Cam. nut's ferry, near Knight's hill, and from the said

uden to ferry to the main road leading from Rocky- Chesnut's Mount to Huger's ferry; and that Reuben Starke ferry. and Zachariah Cantey, be, and they are hereby appointed commissioners for laying out the said road; and that the county court of Kershaw be and are hereby authorized and directed to appoint overseers for keeping the said road in re

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And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That a public ferry shall be and here- Ferry estaby is established on Saluda river, at the planta

Saluda, tion of John Wilson; and that the said ferry and vested shall be vested in the said John Wilson, his heirs in John

Wilson. and assigns, for the term of fourteen years; and that it shall and may be lawful for the said John Wilson, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, to take and reccive the following rates, Rates of and no other, that is to say, for a waggon and ferriage.

team, or other four wheeled carriage, with horses, three shillings and six pence; for a chair or cart, with one horse, one shulling and six pence; for a man and horse, four pence; for each foot passenger, or led horse, two pence; for each head of black cattle, hogs, shecp or goats, ferried or swam over, two pence.

And be it enacted by the authority aforesaid, Ferry esta- That a public ferry shall be and hereby is estabblished on lished on Saluda river, at the plantation of John Saluda, and vested Maxwell; and that the said ferry shall be vested in John in the said John Maxwell, his heirs and assigns, Maxwell.

for the term of fourteen years; and that it shall and may be lawful for the said John Maxweil, his heirs, executors, administrators or assigns,

to take and receive the following rates of ferriRates of age, and no other, that is to say, for a waggon ferriage. and team, or other four whecied carriage, withi

horses, three shidings and six pence; for a chair or cart, with one horse, one shilling and six pence; for each man and horse, four pence; for each foot passenger, or led horse, two pence;

for cach head of black cattle, hogs, sheep or Road to goats, ferried or swam over, two pence: and Tumbling, that a public road shall be laid out from said Shoals and Cherokee ferry the nearest and best way to the Tumbling Ford, to be Shoals on Reedy river, and from the said ferry laid out.

through Abbeville county the nearest and best way to the Cherokee ford on Savannah river; and that the respective county courts of Laurens and Abbeville counties, be, and they are hereby authorized and directed to appoint com. missioners for laying out said roads, and keeping the same in repair; and to direct what persons

shall work on the same. Bridges And be it further enacted by the authority may be

beter aforesaid, That it shall and may be lawful for the South Robert Cannon to build, and keep in repair,

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good and sufficient bridges over the south fork Fork, and of Edisto river, at the place where the main road vested in

Robert Icading from Burton's ferry on Savannah river Cannon. to Orangeburgh crosses said river; and that said bridge or bridges shall be vested in the said Robert Cannon, bis heirs and assigns, for the term of twenty-one years, and that it shall and may be lauzul for the scid Robert Cannon, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, to take and receive the folloni ing rates and tolls, and no other, that is to say, for a waggon ad tcam, or Rates and cther fou lheid curlige, with licists, one tolls to be shillig und six pence; for a chair or cart with Onc horse, one shilling; for each man and horse, four pence ; for each foot passenger or led horse, two pence; for each head of black cattle, hogs, she. o or çoats passing over, one penny.

And be it further enacted by the authority cforesaid, That it shall and may be lavi ful for Bridge James Johnson to build, and kiep in repair, a orer Pine

"Log, rest. good and sufficient bridge over Euisto river, at edin a place called the Pine Log, where the public James road leading from Savannah river to Columbia crosses said river; and that said bridge shall be vester in the said James Johnson, his heirs and ascigus, for the term of twenty-one years, and that it shall and may be lawful for the said James Johnson, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, to take and receive the following rates and tolls, and no other, that is to say, for a wag- Rates and gon and tcam, or other four wheeled carriage, tolls to be

received with horses, three shillings and six pence; for a chair or cart, with one horse and driver, one shilling and six pence; for a man and horse, six pence; for each foot passenger or led horse, two pence; for each head of black cattle, hogs, sheep or goats passing over, one penny.

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