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1736, Laws of the province of S. Carolina
The Laws of the Province of South Carolina, which were collected in two parts (and contained in the present volume) by Nicholas Trout. These laws
were published in Charleston in 1736. The first part contained all the perpetual acts; the second part contained all the temporary acts, as well as
titles to private acts. In addition the two charters granted by King Charles II to the Lords Proprietors of Carolina and the Act which surrendered their
titles to the king, were also included in the beginning of the reports. A table of titles were included. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title
originally held by the Harvard Law Library in Cambridge, Massachusetts).
Title:   The laws of the province of South-Carolina : in two parts. The first part containing all the perpetual acts in force and use. With the titles of such acts as are repealed, expired or obsolete, placed in the order of time in which they passed. The second part containing al the temporary acts in force and use. To which is added the titles of all the private acts, and the two charters granted by King Charles II. to the Lords Proprietors of Carolina. And also the Act of Parliament for establishing an agreement with seven of the said Lords Proprietors for the surrender of their title and interest to His Majesty / Collected in two volumes by Nicholas Trott, LL. D.
OCLC Number:   642788890
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