The Statutes at Large of South Carolina: Acts, 1753-1786

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A.S. Johnston, 1838 - Law

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Contents

1770
67
1759 876 An Act for taxing transient persons
73
1760
104
27
118
1761 900 An Ordinance to authorize the impressing regulating the hire and ascertaining
148
1761 No shillings and four pence three farthings and applying twentyfour
155
1762 No the Governor to appoint officers for preventing frauds and abuses
173
An Act for raising and granting to his Majesty the sum of two hundred
189
Carolina
199
1765 No 937 An Act for allowing further time to the Inquirers Assessors and Collectors
210
942 An Act to establish a ferry from Ladys to St Helena Island also from Hob
229
1766 No opposite side of the said John McCord Zebulon Gaunt Samuel Wyley
238
1767 953 An Act for erecting a bridge over Wappétaw creek and establishing a new road
254
1767 No spectors of Hemp for the Ports of Georgetown and Beaufort Port
264
1768 963 An Act to prevent stealing of Horses and Neat Cattle and for the more effec
284
1769 No 987 An Act for reviving and continuing an Act entitled An Act to impower cer
309
1770 991 An Act for laying out and establishing several new Streets in the northwest
315
An Ordinance to ascertain the duties of a Muster Master General of the Land
346
Courts
355
1777 No 1053 An Ordinance to carry into effect an Ordinance entitled An Ordinance
356
1777 1031 An Act for the reduction of interest from eight to seven pounds for each
363
1777 No 1036 An Ordinance to prevent the exportation of Raw Hides and Tanned Leather
376
1045 An Act to appoint Commissioners for opening and enlarging the communica
387
1778 1060 An Act to alter and amend an Act of the General Assembly of this State pass
401
1778 No 1072 An Act for dividing the Township of Orangeburgh from the Parish of St Mat
408
1778
427
er the Court of Admiralty of this State to have jurisdiction in all cases
440
1778 No 1108 An Ordinance to oblige every person who shall be hereafter elected to serve
457
1779 No 1126 An Ordinance to empower the Governor or Commanderinchief for the time
458
An Ordinance for the better defence and security of this State during the recess
470
1775
547
An Act to alter and amend an Act entitled An Act for disposing of certain
553
and for appropriating the same
560
An Ordinance for the better defence and security of this State during the
567
1784 No 1198 An Act for empowering the Vestry and Church Wardens of the incorporated
583
1785 No 1292 An Act to alter and amend an Act entitled An Act for establishing the mode
590
An Act to authorize the United States in Congress assembled to regulate trade
596
An Act to regulate the inspection and exportation of Tobacco of the growth
604
An Act to prevent the spreading of contagious distempers in this State
615
town and to enlarge the powers of the City Council
624
1238 An Ordinance to amend an Ordinance entitled An Ordinance for establishing
642
1784 No 1243 An Ordinance to appoint commissioners for clearing Walls Cut and Edisto
644
1776
657
An Act for the more speedy and effectual enforcing the execution of decrees
666
1785 No 1268 An Act to repeal part of an Act of the General Assembly entitled An
668
VOL IV
673
1278 An Act to incorporate the Vestries and Church Wardens of the Episcopal
681
and banishing certain persons therein mentioned so far as relates
687
entitled an Act for establishing the mode and conditions of surveying
688
An Act to alter and amend an Act entitled An Act for establishing the mode
709
An Ordinance for preventing the clipping and filing of the Coin passing within
716
An Act for appointing Registers of Mesne Conveyances for the Districts
722
An Act for raising Supplies for the year one thousand seven hundred
728
1786 No 1315 An Act for giving to the Magistrates of the County Courts the several powers
740
1786 No 1336 An Act for repealing the thirtysixth clause of the Jury Law and for other
754
NOTES 701
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INDEX
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