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Laws for the Government of the City of Raleigh, Containing All Legislative Enactments Relative Thereto, and the Ordinances of the Board of Commissioners Now in Force: From the First Act of Incorporation to 1854 Page 63, Image 64 (1854) available at The Making of Modern Law: Primary Sources.

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Ordinances [of Raleigh], General Regulations, § 6. No person shall discharge any gun or other fire-arms within any of the streets or public squares of the city, or upon any lot of the same, (excepting his own lot,) on pain of forfeiting four dollars for every such offence. Or, if the offence be committed in the night, the offender shall forfeit twenty-five dollars