Laws of South Carolina
The Laws of the Province of
South-Carolina, in Two Parts. . . .
Charleston: Lewis Timothy, 1736
Law Division (92.1)
Since its establishment in 1832 as a separate part of the Library
of Congress, the Law Library has acted to preserve the complete
record of American law, including original editions of colonial,
state, and territorial laws. This two-volume collection of laws
in force, titles of those repealed, and the two royal charters granted
by King Charles II was compiled by Nicholas Trott (1663-1740). It
is one of the finest examples of early American printing.