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discreet and able person ; such person or persons

Penalty. I shall, for every such offence, forfeit and pay a sum of not less than twelve, or more than twenty dollars.

2. That all licences for driving carts, drays, waggons, and other carriages, for hire within the city, shall commence, and be taken out on the first Mon-piration of liday in January, or on the first Monday in every month cences. thereafter, and continue in force for one year, and no longer; and every person who shall have obtained such license, shall be obliged, and they are hereby required, at all times of the day, Sunday excepted, figurave cars to carry all goods, wares, merchandize, and commo- goods, &c. dities, on application being made, and the money tendered, and for every neglect or refusal so to do, shall forfeit and pay the sum of ten dollars. Provid- Penalty. ed always, That the owner of such cart, dray, waggon or other carriage, shall not be subject to the aforesaid penalty, who can prove by the testimony of any Proviso. credible witness, that such cart, dray, waggon or other carriage was pre-engaged to work for some person immediately, or shall offer such other reasonable excuse as shall be approved of by the court. 3. That it shall be lawful for any person or persons, and constables

City Marshal and the City Marshal and Constables, are hereby required to strictly required to stop or inform against any person against peror persons riding on horseback, or any coachinan or other person driving a coach or other carriage other-driv ing upwise than a walk, moderate trot or pace. And all lawful drivers of carts or drays, riding on the same, or driving faster than a walk, and not walking alongside of or dray not to their horse or horses, and not holding in their hand, a good and sufficient rein, fastened from the foremost to the thill horse, with a strong headstall and bitt, shall be summoned before the Inferior City Court, and on conviction, if the offender be a free person, he shall be fined in the sum of five dollars for every such offence, and if a slave, his owner or employer shall pay a like sum, and on refusal to pay the same, the said slave shall be committed to the Work-House, he a slave bow until his owner or employer shall pay the said fine, together with all expences, to be given to the informer, if required, if not, to the use of the Orphan-House. How fine to be And if any such free person or persons offending appropriated.

sons immoderate riding and

Driver of cart ride.

If the offender to be treated

fined.

No carts or

hire. but at

Marshal.

pay for

Free person against this ordinance, shall refuse, or be unable to fine to be con- pay the aforesaid fines, the said Court is hereby au

thorized and required to commit such person or persons to the common goal in this city, there to remain without bail or mainprise, for any time not exceeding ten days.*

4. That no carts, or drays shall stand or ply for drays to ply for hire in any of the streets, lanes or alleys, but be diplaces appoint

vided and placed by the City-Marshal, under the died by the City rection of the Intendant, for the time being, at such

place or placés as may be pointed out by him. And any driver or conductor of carts, drays or other carriages, who after having their stands appointed shall

quit the same, or ply for hire in any other place, unPenalty.

less going to work, or to their respective homes, such driver or conductor, if a white man, or free person of colour, of a cart or dray, shall forfeit and every such offence, the sum of three dollars, and if a slave, the said sum shall be paid by the owner or employer, to be recovered and applied as aforesaid.

5. And whereas, from the number of carts, drays, and other carriages, passing through the streets, and from their being no uniform mode established for driving them, it has become very dangerous in pas

sing, for remedy thereof, Be it ordained, That in Regulations future all drivers of carts, drays waggons and other for driving carriages whatsoever, shall pass each other on their

right hand, and shall always drive as close the foot way, with their left hand next the same, as they conveniently can, and persons driving in narrow streets, lanes of alleys, and turning corners, shall drive on a walk'; and any white or free person or per

sons violating this clause, shall forfeit and pay the Penalty.

sum of five dollars; and if a slave, his owner or employer shall pay a like sum, and on refusal to the same, said slave shall be proceeded against, as it is provided in the third clause.

6. That no person or persons be allowed to break tempting to any horse or horses within the city, to any draft either within the city in carriages of two or four wheels, or in any other

way, under a penalty of fifty dollars for the first ofPenalty.

* The latter part of this third clause is repealed by an Ordinance passed 4th of June, 1810.

Persons at

fence, and one hundred dollars for every offence com| mitted thereafter.

7. That the better to regulate and fix the rates of Limits of the hire to be allowed cartmen within the city of Charles-city. ton, the spaces comprehended within the following limits be considered as divisions of the city.

No. 1. The wharves between the south end of New East-Bay street, to the north side of Broad-street, west side of Church-street, and South-Bay, comprehending the several limits therein, and north side of Broad-street.

No. 2. West side of Church-street, north side of Broad-street, South-Bay, and west side of Meeting- street.

No. 3. West side of Meeting-street, north side of Broad-street, west side of King-street, and South-Bay.

No. 4. West side of King-street, Ashly river, north side of Broad-street, and South-Bay.

No. 5. The wharves between the north side of Broad-street, north side of Ellery-street, west side of Church-street, north side of Broad-street, and north side of Ellery-street.

No. 6. West side of Church-street, north side of Broad-street, west side of Meeting-street, and north side of Ellery-street.

No. 7. North side of Broad-street, west side of King-street, north side of Hazell-street, and west side of Meeting-street.

No. 8. North side of Broad-street, Ashly river, Beaufain-street, and west side of King-street.

No. 9. The wharves between the north side of Ellery-street, and north side of Boundary-street, west side of Meeting-street, north side of Boundary-street, and north side of Ellery-street.

No. 10. West side of Meeting-street, north side of Boundary-street, west side of King-street, and west side of Hazell-street.

No. 11. North side of Beaufain-street, west side of King-street, west side of Pitt-street, north side of Boundary-street, and the city lands, north of Boundary-street.

No. 12. North side of Beaufain-street, Ashly river, north side of Boundary-street, and west side of Pittstreet.

Rates of carto ager

8. That the following rates be allowed cartmen, for loading, carting and unloading, viz.

salt per

64

grain Firel

Dye lime wood

wood

coal, bush.cord.

p.ton From or to any of the wharves be- Cts. Cts. Cts. Cls. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts,

tween south end of new East-Bay
street, to north side of Broad-st.
to west side of Church-street, and!

South-Bay, or any place therein. 1132 374| 50 371| 55 | 55 32
From or to do. to west side of Meet-

ing-street, north side of Broad-
street, west side of Church-street,
and South-Bay.

1135 4357 43 50 50 371 From or to do. west side of Meet

ing-street, north side of Broad-
street, west side of King-street,
and South-Bay, or any place
therein.
2 371 50 60 50 64

43 From or to do. west side of King

street, to Ashly river, north side
of Broad-street and South-Bay,
or to any place therein.

21 43 57 65 53 72 72 50 From or to any of the wharves be

tween the north side of Broad-
street, north of Ellery-street, west
side of Church-street, and places
therein.

11 32 374 50 371 55 55 32 From or to do. north side of Broad

street, west side of Meeting-street
south side of Ellery street, and
places therein.

43 57 43 60 60 371
From or to do. north side of Broad-
street, west side of King-street,
north side of Hazel-street, west
side of Meeting-street. and places
therein.

2 371 50 60 50 64 64
From or to any of the wharves be-

tween the north side of Broad-
street to Ashley river, north side
of Beaufain-street, west side of
King-street, and places therein.

2143 57 65 67 172 72 50 From or to do. north side of Ellery

street, and Boundary-street, to
west side of Meeting-street, and
places therein.

43 57 43 60
From or to do. north side of Hazell-

street, west side of King-street,
north side of Boundary-street,
west side of Meeting-street, and
places therein.

2 373 60 60 50 64 64 43 From or to do. nortb side of Beau

fain-street, west side of King-
street, north side of Boundary-
Street, west side of Pitt-street,
places therein, and city lands,
north of Boundary-street.

57 65 57 72 72
From or to do. to that part of the

city, between the north side of
Beaufain-strect, Ashly river, west
side of Pitt-street, north side of
Doundary-street,& places therein. 3 60 70 80 70 | 86 | 86

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43

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60 375

50

dye

Lumber,
500 feet.
Bricks,
500.

p.ton

43

60

21

grain Fire lime wood

wood salt per

coal, bush: cord. From or to do. south side of Broad-1 Cls. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts.

street, to any of the wharves lying between Broad and Ellery. streets, or to any part of the square, No. 5.

1135 43 57 43 60

60 375 From or to do lying between Elle

ry-street and Boundary-street, or any part of division, No. 9.

3

621 70 75 70 80 80 75 Do. to do. any part of division,No.6. 2

371 50

50 64 64 43 - Do. to do.any part of division, No.7. 21 43 50

50 70 70 50 Do. to do. any part of division, No.8. 21! 50 60 64 60

75 75

60 ! Do. to do. any part of division,No.10 3 64 70 80 70 85 85 75 Do. to do any part of the city lands

at the north end of King-street. 31 75 75 85 75 90 90 80 Do. to do. any part of division,No,11) 31 75 75 85 75 90 90 80 Do. to do. any part of division,No.12 34 75 75

75 90 90 80 From or to any of the wharves be

tween Broad and Ellery-streets, 3

to any of the wharves between
Ellery and Boundary-streets, or
to any part of division, No.9. 2

65 60 70 70 50 Do. to do. any part of division,No.10 3 50 55 70 65 75 75 60 Do. to do. any part of division,No.11

37 60

70 75 70 80 80 70 Do. to do. any part of division, No.12 3165 75 80 75 85 85 75 From or to any of the wharves be

tween Ellery & Boundary-streets, to any part of division, No. 6.

21 43 60 65 60 70 70 50 Do. to do. any part of division, No.7. 3 45 60 65 60 70 70 55 Do. to do.any part of division, No.8.

65 70 65 75 75 60 Do. to do. any part of division, No. 2, and 3.

3 60 75 80 75 90 90 75 Do. to do. any part of division,No 4. 3165 80 85 80 95 95 Sa From or to any of the wharves on

South-Bay street, to any part of said street.

11 32 371 50 371 55 55 32 Do. to do. any part of Tradd-street,

including both sides thereof, and other streets to South-Eay. 14 32 371 50 | 374 55 55 32 Do to do. any part of Broad-sreet,

including both sides thereof, comprehending all others to Tradd street.

2 40 45 i 50 45 | 60 60 40 Do. to do. any part of Queen-street,

including both sides thereof, comprehending all others to Broadstreet.

2140 | 50 | 55 50 65 65 | 45 Do. to do. any part of Beaufain and Hazell streets including both sides of the same, and all others to Queen-street.

21 43 56 60 56 75 75 50 Do. to any part of George-street,

including both sides thereof, and all others to Beaufain and Hazellstreets.

24 50

70 75 70 80 80 65 Do. to do. all other parts of the city,

north and north-west of Georgestreet.

3 60 75 | 85 75 | 95 96 75 9. That the following divisions of the city be es Divisions of

the city estab

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tablished the better to regulate the rates of drayage, lished that is to say,

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