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ACTS

OF THE
GENERAL ASSEMBLY

OF THE STATE OF
SOUTH-CAROLINA,
FROM FEBRUARY, 1791, TO DECEMBER, 1794,

BOTH INCLUSIVE.

VOLUME I.

COLUMBIA:
PRINTED BY D. & J. J. FAUST, STATE PRINTERS.

1808.

128957

AUG 26 1947

ABBEVILLE COUNTY.
À CT establishing the times of holding courts in,

1, p: 46. Altered, 2, p. 38
Division line between and Edgefield county,

2, p. 45
Justices of the peace for, increased to the number 13, 2, p. 220

ABEE YETOMIM UBNE EBYONIM SOCIETY.
For the relief of orphans and children of indigent parents, incorpo-
rated,

2, p. 481
ABSENTEES.
Process served on, by posting upon the court-house door of the dis-
trict, &c.

1, p. 213
Being executors shall not incur a devastavit by proceeding gainst
them,

1, p. 291
ACADEMY.
Williamsburgh, incorporated, 2, p. 63. Trustees empowered to
draw a lottery,

2, p. 64
Of Columbia, incorporated,

2, p. 77
Tobe established by the Spartanburgh Philanthropic society, 2, p. 196
Marlborough, incorporated, 2, p. 454. Trustees of may draw a
lottery,

2, p. 483-4,
ACCOUNTS.
Of the commissioners of the loan office, to be rendered in by them
to the legislature,

1, p. 60
Of the former commissioners of the treasury, act to provide for the
final settlement of,

1, p. 66
Act to extend do.

1, p. 331
Of all persons unsettled, to be made out and closed, up to the 30th
February, 1791,

1, p. 67
Of the present and former commissioners of the treasury to be set-
tled and closed,

1, p. 67
Commissioners of, to continue in office for the space of three years,

1, p. 72
Of sundry persons rendered in to the auditor-general, within the
time prescribed by law, act respecting

1, p. 74
Public, act to regulate the manner of keeping them, 2, p. 15
Of tax-collectors to be annually settled with the treasurer, 3, p. 487
Of monies in the hands of certain commissioners, to be rendered to
the comptroller-general,

2, p. 488
To be raised by the treasurer for money appropriated by the legis-

2, p. 497
To be opened by treasurer for all sums unappropriated, 2, p. 497
Of county court officers, against certain counties, to be rendered to
the comptroller-general, who may order the treasurers to pay the

%, p. 520-1

lature,

same,

ACTIONS. Personal under the limitation act, suspended until 25 Dlarch, 1793,

1, p. 56 Or ejectment, fictitious proceedings therein abolished, 1, p. 66 Possessory, mortgagee not entitled to,

65 To try title to lands or tenements, to be by trespass, 1, p. 66 May be brought by assignees of bonds, notes or bills, not negociable, in their own names,

2, p. 215 To try title, the plaintiff shall have costs of suit, if the verdict is above 4 dollars,

2, p. 320 ADJUTANT-GENERAL. Salary of established for three years, at $ 1000 per ann. 2, p. 36

ADMINISTRATORS. Where there are several, and some out of the state, actions may be

had against all, by serving those present with process, 1, p. 290 Absent, shall not suffer a devastavit by judgment in such cases,

1, p. 291 AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. Of South-Carolina, incorporated,

2, p. 41 Commissioners of Columbia appointed to convey two squares of land to the,

2, p. 184 Empowered to sell the estate of the late Dr. John Delahowe, 2, p. 291

ALEXANDRIA COLLEGE. In Pinckney district, incorporated,

2, p. 186 All the escheated property within the counties of Union, York and Chester, vested in trustees,

2, p. 302 ALIENS. Resident within the state six months, liable to do militia duty, 1, p. 321 Rights and privileges of denizenship granted to alien friends, 2, p. 273

ALL SAINTS PARISH. Confiscated and escheated property in, vested in the Winyaw Indigo society,

2, p. 70 ANDERSONVILLE. Established in the fork of Tugaloo and Keowee rivers) 2, p. 402 Commissioners appointed to lay off,

2, p. 402 ANNUITANTS. How and in what manner they are to be paid, 2, p. 311, and 360

APPEALS. Shall be granted in all cases, where the judgment of county courts · exceeds 10 pounds,

1, p. 49 Allowed from the judgment of a magistrate and freeholders, respecting slaves,

1, p. 217, 218 May be made from the judgment of the inspector of flour, to the commissioners,

2, p. 106 May be made from the judgment of the court of ordinary, to the court of common pleas,

2, p. 316 May be made from decisions of the inferior city court of Charleston, to ditto,

2, p. 396

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