1885 public laws – Ch. 73 Sec. 1

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CHAPTER 78 An act for the relief of certain citizens of Sampson county. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That all the citizens of the white race entitled by law to the benefit of the public school found living and resident within the following prescribed limits in the county of Sampson, to-wit: Beginning at the Sampson and Johnston county line east of EH. Barefoots, thence to the east corner of George R. Williams farm on the Wilmington and Raleigh road, thence to Sampson Warrens mill on Great Coharie thence to Joel Lees near the Johnston line, thence in a straight line to the Johnston and Sampson county line, be allowed and permitted to use and enjoy that portion of the public school fund apportioned to them by law in the future for the payment of tuition and other expenses incurred in attendance on Glenwood Academy in Johnston county.

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