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LAWS OF NOiflTII eAROLlNA. 1.. CHAPTER \XI. Kn act concerning the settleiucnt of Guaidiuns appointed by tlie Siipciior Courts. lie it enacted bi^ the Genera' .iispmbff/ of/lie State of iVorth-Ca-roUna. (ovl it is hereJy enacted by the authorifi/ nf the same. That it clerks of the sJiall bo tlie dutv of the Cierk?. of the Superior Courts of liUW uith- Stip'r Courts in thi<« State to nMul'^r to the Clerks of the County Courts, at tlie t" leiuler to first Coyrt whi<li >iiKill be holden in each anil every county aftni- J '^ ^"'^'^s p^ the first (lav of J.\!!<.iary, one thousand ei^ht luindred and i^^^'P»ly- (•o„].tsiistsor seven, a list fif the name.-,, sottii\u; (orth therein the times of ap- ,1,^. rmn^^., yt pointmenf, of nil persons, ulio ^hall have been appointed jjuardians tklniquent bv the Superior Court, of which he is Clerk, and who sliall not guardians, have made a Hnal seftlenieiit with his or her ward: and the saiil Clerks of the Superior Courts >hall annually thereatter render to the Clerks of thf County Courts a list of the names and times of appointm-nt of all persnn^ who shall liavc been appointed guardi-ans by the said Superior Courts for the year precodinjr. [[, Jjnd be it further cnrated by the authority aforesaiJ, 'i'hnt 't cjerksof the ^hill be thedutv of the Clciksofthe County Courts to isstic notices, ciy Courts in naturo of scire facias, ajiainst all guardians appointed bv anyolio issue no-the Superior Courts, who shall fail to appear and settle their res- ^'<^t's against pertiv<» account? or renew their bonds, under the rules, regulations "'^'"^.'^^"'^ and restrictions as are now prescribed by law for issuing notices •"" against delinquent guardians. CII VPTER XXII. An act to amend an a.:t, entitled " an act to amend an ac', entitled 'an act to prevent tlic stealing of Slaves, or by violence, seduct'iOii, or any other means, taking or carrying away any Slave or Slaves, the pro])evty of another, and for other purposes therein mentioned," passed in the \car one thousand seven huiilred and ninety -two, lie it enacted try the General ./9vseinb/y of the State of \orthCa- ^jT-tpj-s f rolina, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same. That vessels, &c. from and after the passini^ of ihis act, if any master of any !^hip wlio shall or vessel, nnariner, or any other person or persons, trading or bf^- ^'in'iy away, inij; within this State, shall carry, convey, or conceal on board of °'"'^""c^^^ any shin nr vessel, anv ne;;n), or mulatto slave or slaves, the pro- •',''^'?> with V •/• • \- f ii • c^ i -J ^ .1 ^''^ intent of perty of anv citr/.en or citizens ot this State, without the £n^[,ji„_ consent in writing of the owner or owners, his, her or their Guar- tiicin to ef-dian or Guardians, of such slave or slaves previously obtained; oitcct tlieir cs-shall take and receive on board of any such vessel or ship, any^'P*^' ^° ^^^'- such slave or slaves, or permit or suffer the same to be done, with ?,-'•'* , ^1 • . ^ I r .1 c • 1 I wiinout be-the intent and for the purpose or carrying and con vcyin<r such ,^^,jj»^^j.^,|^^ slave or slaves out of this State, or shall wickedly and willingly gy, conceal, or permit to be concealed on board of any such ship or vessel, any ne2;ro or mulatto slave or slaves, who shall, or may hereafter abscond from his, her, or their master or mistress, be-ing citizens of this State, with the intent and for the purpose of enabling such slave or slaves to elfect his, her or their escape out of this State, every such master, mariner, or other person or pcr- Sions, on board of any such ship or vessel, so carrying or convey-
LAWS OF NOiflTII eAROLlNA. 1..
Kn act concerning the settleiucnt of Guaidiuns appointed by tlie Siipciior
lie it enacted bi^ the Genera' .iispmbff/ of/lie State of iVorth-Ca-roUna.
(ovl it is hereJy enacted by the authorifi/ nf the same. That it clerks of the
sJiall bo tlie dutv of the Cierk?. of the Superior Courts of liUW uith- Stip'r Courts
in thi<« State to nMul'^r to the Clerks of the County Courts, at tlie t" leiuler to
first Coyrt whi|