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CONTAINING THE ACTS FROM 1752, EXCLUSIVE, to 1786, INCLUSIVE.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
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N. B.-The Acts which are referred to the last volume are marked thus *; those of
An Act to impower the Commissioners who were appointed for building a
Church in the Parish of Prince William, in Granville County, and the
*812 An Act for making Black river navigable, from the Western boundary of the
Township of Williamburgh, down to the tide way, as far as the place
commonly called the Narrows...
*813. An Act for appointing and impowering Commissioners to make the Wateree
river navigable, and for laying out and making a road from the upper
Settlements near the Catawba nation, on the north east side of the said
Wateree river, to the place on Santee river commonly called Beard's
Ferry, and from thence to the road leeding from the Congree's to
*814. An Act to exempt the inhabitants of the lower district of the Parish of St.
James Santee, in Craven County, from working on or contributing to-
wards any repairs to be made to the road or causey leading over Lynch's
*815 An Act for appointing Commissioners to build a Bridge over the pond in the
Four Holes Swamp, commonly called Gibbes's Pond, and to lay out,
make and keep in repair, a road to and from the said bridge, as conveni-
ent as may be, into the Orangeburgh old road, from the head of the
path leading from Dorchester to Izard's Cow.pen...
*816. An Act to continue an Act entitled " An Act for the better regulating the Mi.
litia of this Province, and for repealing the former Acts for regulating
the Militia, and for repealing an Act for the further security and better
defence of this Province".....
817. An Act for securing the payment of the sum of two thousand and five hundred
ponnds to the Honorable Hector Beringer De Beau fain, Esq , and the
sum of three thousand and five hundred pounds to Gabriel Manigault,
Esq., their respective executors, administrators or assigns, with interest
on the first purchasers of Negroes and other slaves imported, which was
applied as a bounty to be given for the building of ships, and as an en-
couragement to Ship-wrights and Chaulkers to become settlers in this
Province, to the uses therein mentioned ; and for building a Pest House
and erecting a Beacon; and for appointing and impowering Commis-
Bartholomew to dispose of the Pews in the Chapel lately erected in the
*832. An Act for laying out, making and keeping in repair a road from Purrysburgh
to Bee's Creek, in Granville Couniy, and for discontinuing such part of
the present high road as leads from Day's Creek to Purrysburgh.......16
833. An Act for reviving and continuing several Acts of the General Assembly of
this Province therein mentioned ; and for amending one of the said Acts
entitled "An Act for the better regulating of the militia of this Pro-
vince, and for repealing the former Acts for regulating the militia, and
for repealing an Act entitled an Act for the further security and better
defence of this Province”..
834. An Act to restrain the exportation of Provisions and Warlike Stores from this
Province, for the time therein mentioned....
835. An Act for raising and granting to his Majesty the sum of sixty-two thousand
one hundred and thirty-four pounds sixteen shillings and ten pence half
penny, and for applying the sum of three thousand and twenty-one
pounds three shillings and eight pence, (being the balance in the gene-
ral duty fund) making together the sum of sixty-five thousand one hun-
dred and fifty-six pounds and six pence half penny, for defraying the
charges of this Government for one year, ending the twenty-fourth day
of March last, and toward repairing the old and building new fortifica-
tions in this Province, and for other services mentioned in the schedule
to this Act annexed ; and also to enable the Public Treasurer for the
time being to issue certificates, payable out of the Fortification Fund,
for the more immediate repairing and building the said fortifications:
And also for raising and granting to his Majesty the further sum of
thirty three thousand and six hundred pounds current money, (which
with the sum of eight thousand and four hundred pounds, provided for
this service in the schedule aforesaid, is equal to six thousand pounds
sterling,) as the contribution of this Province to a common fund to be
employed provisionally for the general service in defending his Majes-
ty's just rights and dominions in North America; and appointing com-