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A bill to establish and re-charter certain roads, bridges and ferries, and for other purposes
South Carolina. General Assembly. House of Representatives
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Get this from a library. A bill to establish and re-charter certain roads, bridges and ferries, and for other purposes. [South Carolina. General Assembly. House of Representatives.].
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$15; on other gates permitted to be erected cross roads, $5 ; on public ferries a tax equal to seven times the largest toll demanded ; on toll bridges, $ On studs and jacks $6, un- lass the price for a season be more than that sum, and then the tax to be the highest season, price.
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Application(s) must be received by the close of business, 9/30/ and funded by. Determined to limit government spending, Jackson curbed federal funding for roads and other improvements that could be considered of a “purely local” character. He first exercised this policy in by vetoing a bill that proposed funding for a Kentucky road, despite the fact that it was widely seen as a key link in the interstate road system.
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