The negro law of South Carolina, collected and digested by John Belton O'Neall, one of the judges of the courts of law and errors of the said state, under a resolution of the State Agricultural Society of South Carolina: read before them at their September semi-annual meeting, 1848, at Spartanburg Court House--by them directed to be submitted to the governor, with a request that he would lay it before the legislature, at its approaching session, November, 1848, and by him ordered to be published for the information of the members.
|Main Author:||O'Neall, John Belton, 1793-1863.|
Columbia, Printed by J.G. Bowman, 1848.
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