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1863 Del. Laws 365, An Act to Amend Chapter 55 of the Revised Code of the State of Delaware, Entitled “For The Protection Of Fish, Oysters and Game,” chap. 328, § 10.

| | 1863

It shall be unlawful for any person not being a citizen of this State, to catch, take or kill, by himself or by his agent, or as the agent for or in the employment of any other person, whether such person be or be not a citizen of this State, any fish,...

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1845 Del. Laws 10, A Supplement To The Act Entitled “An Act To Survey, Lay Out And Regulate the Streets Of Smyrna and for Other Purposes,” ch. 12, § 2.

| | 1845

That it shall be the duty of the said commissioners, justice of the peace and constable to suppress, extinguish and prevent all bonfires from being lighted or kept up in any of the streets, lanes or alleys of the said town, and to suppress and prevent ...

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9 Del. Laws 552 (1843), A Further Supplement To An Act Entitled “An Act To Prevent The Use Of Fire-arms By Free Negroes And Free Mulattoes And For Other Purposes, § 1

| | 1843

That the proviso in the first section of the act to which this is a further supplement, and all and every the provisions of the said act, or any other supplemental act thereto, which authorizes the issuing, by a justice of the peace, of a license or pe...

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1841 Del. Laws 198, A Supplement to the Act Entitled “An Act for Establishing the Boundaries of the Town of Dover, and for Other Purposes Therein Mentioned, § 2.

| | 1841

And be it enacted, That it shall be the duty of the said commissioners, justices and constable to suppress, extinguish and prevent all bonfires from being lighted or kept up on the public square of the said town: and to suppress and prevent the firing ...

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1837 Del. Laws 166, An Act To Prevent the Discharge Of Fire-arms In the Village of Camden, Kent County, And For Other Purposes Therein Mentioned, ch. 123, § 1.

| | 1837

. . . if any person or persons shall presume to fire or discharge any gun, ordnance, musket, fowling-piece, fuse or pistol . . . within or on any of the streets, alleys or lanes of the said village of Camden, whereon any buildings are or may be erected...

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1832 Del. Laws 208, A Supplement to an Act to Prevent the Use of Firearms by Free Negroes and Free Mulattoes, and for Other Purposes, chap. 176, § 1.

| | 1832

. . . it shall not be lawful for free negroes and free mulattoes to have, own, keep or possess any gun, pistol, sword or any warlike instruments whatsoever: Provided however, that if upon application of any such free negro or free mulatto to one of the...

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1827 Del. Laws 153, An Act Concerning Crimes And Offenses Committed By Slaves, And For, The Security Of Slaves Properly Demeaning Themselves, ch. 6, § 8.

| | 1827

That is any negro or mulatto slave shall join, or be willingly present at any riot, rout or unlawful assembly, or shall commit an assault and battery upon any white person, or shall without special permission of his or her master or mistress, presume t...

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1812 Del. Laws 522, An Act To Prevent The Discharging Of Fire Arms Within The Towns And Villages, And Other Public Places Within This State, And For Other Purposes, § 1.

| | 1812

That from and after the first day of June next, if any person or persons shall presume to fire or discharge any gun, ordinance, musket, fowling-piece, fusee or pistol, within any of the towns or villages of this State, or within the limits thereof, or ...

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1812 Del. Laws 329, An Act to Prevent the Discharging of Fire-Arms Within the Towns and Villages, and Other Public Places Within this State, and for Other Purposes. §1

| | 1812

If any person or persons shall presume to fire or discharge any gun, ordinance, musket, fowling piece, fuse or pistol within any of the towns or villages of this State or within the limits thereof, or where the limits cannot be ascertained, within one ...

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1812 Del. Law 526, c. 195, An Act to Prevent the Discharging of Fire-Arms within the Towns and villages, and other public places within this State, and for Other Purposes.

| | 1812

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware, in General Assembly met, That from and after the first day of June next, if any person or persons shall presume to fire or discharge any gun, ordinance, musket, fowling-...

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1797 Del. Laws 104, An Act For the Trial Of Negroes, ch. 43, §6.

| | 1797

And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That if any Negro or Mulatto slave shall presume to carry any guns, swords, pistols, fowling pieces, clubs, or other arms and weapons whatsoever, without his master's special license for the same, a...

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1776 Del. Const, art. 28.

| | 1776

To prevent any violence or force being used at the said elections, no person shall come armed to any of them, and no muster of the militia shall be made on that day; nor shall any battalion or company give in their votes immediately succeeding each oth...

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