The public laws of the state of South-Carolina, from its first establishment as a British province down to the year 1790, inclusive, in which is comprehended such of the statutes of Great Britain as were made of force by the act of assembly of 1712, with an appendix containing such other statutes as have been enacted or declared to be of force in this state, either virtually or expressly, to which is added the titles of all the laws (with their respective dates) which have been passed in South-Carolina down to the present time, also the Constitution of the United States with the amendments thereto, and likewise the newly adopted constitution of the state of South-Carolina, together with a copious index to the whole. By the Honorable John Faucheraud Grimke. Philadelphia, Printed by R. Aitken, in Market Street, 1790.
Statutes at Large of South Carolina (10 vols.) [entire set covers 1682-1858]
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