Communication to Governor M’Duffie.
Report of the Judiciary Committee, Dec. 9, 1835.
Introduction to the Province Laws of S. Carolina, by Nicholas
Trott, L. L. D. -
Contents of the first Charter of South Carolina.
First Charter granted by Charles 2d to the Lords Proprietors
of Carolina. - -
Contents of the second Charter of South Carolina.
Second Charter granted by Charles 2d to the Lords Proprietors
Note of the Editor.
Extract from the manuscript journals of the House of Assem-
bly: Volume from 1702 to 1706. August 30, 1702.
The fundamental Constitutions of Carolina—Drawn up by
John Locke, March 1, 1669.
Rules of Precedency. (Locke's Constitutions.)
An Act for removing and preventing all questions and disputes
concerning the assembling and sitting of the present Assembly
of the Settlement in South Carolina.
An Act for supporting the present government under the ad-
ministration of the Honorable James Moore, Esq. the present
Governor of the same, or any succeeding Governor; 17 June,
An Act for establishing an agreement with seven of the Lords
Proprietors of Carolina, for the surrender of their title and in-
terest in that Province to his Majesty. A. D. 1729.
Of the various promulgations of MAGNA CARTA: by the Editor.
Contents of the Great Charter of King John, A. D. 1215.