Columbia: Printed by D. & J.J. Faust, State Printers, 1801. , 394, ; 567, [1 blank],  pp. First @100 pages of volume I significantly spotted [evidently a not uncommon fate for this book]. Else, each volume is untrimmed, generously margined, and mildly foxed with occasional worming of blank outer margins. Good+ in modern cloth, with gilt-lettered red morocco spine labels.
A detailed record of South Carolina laws from 1791 to 1804, with helpful indexes and Tables of Acts. South Carolina's early Statehood Slave Codes heavily regulate the activities and movements of slaves and Free Negroes.
I Turnbull 438. Sabin 87683. AI 16222. Item #32524