South Carolina Session laws from <1690> to 1731. These manuscript were generally legible, although some have bleed through or some damage in spots.
Most appear to have handwritten titles of the acts written in the margins or at the end of the law, which appears to have been done at some later
time. Of note, the 1690 sessions passed an act entitled "An Act for the Better Ordering of Slaves" (21224-1690-020), while a second version was passed
in 1712 (21224-1712-067). A Habeas Corpus Act (21224-1712-063) was passed in 1712, while free schools for South Carolina inhabitants was established
in 1710 (21224-1710-042). (Digitized from a microfilm copy of titles originally held by the Historical Commission of South Carolina).