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We issued to-day our promise to pay,
A ntd hopt to redeemn on the morrow.
Th - lays rolled otn and weeks breato year
B our cuffers were enply still,
Cor. was so rare that the Tweasury quake
If a dollar should drop In the till.
Put the faith that was in u was strong, it
And o"ir- poverty well discerned
?nd these little checks represented the pa
. That our sufferingtolutiters earned.
We know it. had hardly a value in gold
Yet as gold her soldiers received it -
It gazed in our eyes wit I a promiad to pa,
And each patriot soldier believed-it.
But our boys thought little of the price<
Or orbills that were over due;
We ieew'if it brongitt us bread to-day,
It was the best our poor country could d(
Keep it, it tells our h'story all over,
From the birth of its dream to thelast;
Modest and liornof the angel lop.s,
Like the hope of success it passed.
ACTS OP THE GENERAL ASSE'MBLY.
EVICTION OF PEnSONS OF ColoR.
LXXV. - Where, upon any f~rn 0
lands, there now are persoas of color
who were formerly the slaves of tih
owner, lessee or occupant of the sah
fiarn or lands, who May have beei
there otn the tenth day of Noveriber
eighteen hundred and sixty-tivte, at
hava-betamnen-)aId lands for six monttin
previous; and who are helpless, eithei
trom old age, infiney, disease or othei
cause; and who are unable, of them
solves, and have no parent or other re.
lation able to maintain ' them, and . to
provide other iormea or quarters, it shall
not he lawful for the present, or any
subsequent, owner, lessee br occupat,
before the first day of Janmnry, in the
year eightein iudred and siity.sevn.
to enct or drive frqm the houses which
now are, or -hereafter shall be, lawfullv
ocenpted by :uch helpless persons, of
color, te]h helpless persons, or ainy of
then. by rendering such houses unin.
habithable, or by jny other meats ; antd
up-tn conviction of having done so.
every stch owner, lessee, occpuat,
agent or other petson, shall be fined not
exceeding fifty dollars, nor less than five
dollars, Ior each such person of color so
evicted, and may he imprisoned, it the
discretion of the Judge of the District
Court, not exceeding one momh
LXXVI. But the owner, lesee, or
oceupant of sieh farm or lands siall,
levertheless, have authority to prosegve
rder and good conduct in the'houses so
ccupied af' aforesaid, and to prevent
visit9rm and other person from sojourn.
ng therein ; and for insolence to him.
elf or his - fiimily. for theft or Itespass'
tommitted by snch persons . of Odlor, or
m v one of them, upon t1e, prenises, or
or violation by thmin of iqregulntions
or he. preservat it.of r les and good
onduct, the preven.tion 11if'or hand
ojourderetheren, the r nee or
coording to ,if
te- ev~letion of edtt i 6bb 1r,
rns of colb t4] l 1r $l j
as premiseA~, fter .l~ 1 ted f
uid, they rk b ejeUcW ei~.
r j~vide~dicaso of i nd n l'~,i
L V ' . 1.--IJ. I0.
of the term of service, or tlhe discharge
he of a-servant,. he salill pio longer remain
je Oil the prenises of the master ; and it
bill-be the duty of the Judge of the
District, Court, or a Magistrate. on com
Paint 1 any person interested and due
a roof made, to cause such ierva nt to be
n:nediately rimoved from such premi
LXXIX. Leases of a house or land
to a perin of color shall be in writ ing,
If there be no written lene, or tie .tirm
of lease shall have expired, a person of
color iii posse.sion shlI.l be a teinant at
will, anid shall not he entitled to notice
8nd4 oin complaint by any lerson interest.
e"d to the Jndge of the D!itrict Couizri,.or
$, a Magistrate, mich pero.ums of color shall
be inistan ly ejected by order or warrant,
.milosi he protiuce a written lease ait ior.
izing his possession, or prove i hat such.
writing existed and was lost
LXXX. In every case the costs of
eviction may be exacted, by order or
process, front the person evicted.
LX.XXI . When a person of color
sall be un able to earn hissupport, and
is likely to become n charge to the pub
lie. the father and graind-firthers, mother
aned grand-iiothers, child and grapid
child, brother and sister of such person,
shinu, each according to hi.-s ability, con
tribute ionthly, for the support of s6t;h.
poor relation. such sMin'as the District
Judge, of 0n of the Magistrates, upon
complaint to hum, salill deem necessary
anl d proper, antd on faildreto pay such
aunm,- the same shall be collected by sum.
mary order or process.
LXXXII. In each Judicial District,
r except the Judicial District of.Charles.
ton, in *hich there shal be one 'Board
for the Election District of Charleaton
I and one for the Election District of
i Berkelty, there shall be estuiblbshied a
, loar d, to be know as the "Board of Re.
I lief of Indigent Persons of Color," which
sha1l conrist of a Chairman ad not. ls '
than three, nor more than s-ven other
members, all of whom shall be Mragis
triaites of the Distria4, and be selectd
by the District Judge. .
LXXXU.I This Boarid shall meet,
at the Court House on Tuesday next.
after the first Mloiiday iin Februnry and
Augiist in every year, an( aL other
timnes and places, fixed by its appointment
or the snions.i of its Chairman, and it
may, at: its ileasure, appoilt sub Boards,
to be conposed of si-h0 of its own
members and other Magistrates of the
Iistrict as it may'seleci.
L XXXI V. By the Board the Dis.
itrict -shall4 as soon as practicable, be
divided into precinets, within each of
,Wich son1 Magistiat e shall r'eside.
ih'e Board is reqnired to keep exact
minutes of all itawprooeeding , an'd in
theSe shall appdar the boundari ies of
each precinct, as from time to time they
may be arranged
LXXXV. A District Court fund
shall be establitlied in each District; to
be compos.ed ofnaidspaid,for the appro
val of contracts hetween master and
servant, and of instrumens. of applen.
ticesiip, and for licenses granted by the
District Judge, all - fles, penaIties and
forfeiturdn connected under order or pro.
cess froti Ithe Pistrict, Court or a Magis
trate of the )istrict, fees L r a peal
from the Distziot iidg , wa 9 ofcon
viesi, andAar alete unfer the or
der of la& oard of gelief of Indigent
LX yV . If thm Distridt Court
.~uil jd~r ay Ofnt of ant suams withr
wh ib ii cha, d; on' account oi the
salaryy of th'eJudge of rho District Court,
Baiermndent~ of Conviet .ywrors,
lnd'otherroxpens,-.of the Cbzn,, and of
'onviets, shall 'he inutf~ient p:apportL
ndlgent persons o~ e6lor, whM yh
rmpe~r charges on the p ublic, the Board
mol-maid- shall hae ower -to finpos.
~or that pap 'Vw vr i a- y
eqihred.a~ x 'of otie :dollar oi &ach
a se y amet 'of color -'between .1i4 ages
Ifeighrteen and Mfy yersndfi~vent
ineach *Jumarl)d'l femtale pet-o of
olors between she ages ef'e1 teenv and '
rty-ave ; 'to bei eillefted nhadf~
met bya-Mgght fjredi-a P~i4
Jhat sher said Iipoelrien ofit azW~~
e approved-in ivritiqf bys -l.bde f m
he' Distriel'Ooutrt, antdthlai
*hcl ~perr h.a,4 ha