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Daed of ces.
TH. JEFFERSON, (L. S.)
JAMES MONROE, (1. s.) Signed, sealed, and delivered in
BEN. BANKSON, Junr.
CHA. THOMPSON. [From the original, in the clerk's office of the house of delegates, among the governor's communication of 1784.]
“ OF THE
STATUTES AT LARGE.
record 156. Restriction as to Slave Aberdeen, for his long and proof of wills and deeds 156. faithful services, at the lead - Common seal, how affixed, eesmines, emancipated 309... and its authenticity 156. Court ACCOUNTS.
day altered 158. Jurisdiction Commissioners appointed to set- of court of hustings 314.
tle accounts between this state ALIENATIONS. and United States, authorised Duty of commissioners of land
to summon witnesses 33. lax, in cases of alienations or 4. ACTS OF ASSEMBLY. partition 145. Lists to be fúrTax on private acts of assembly nished 143. 127.
ALLEGIANCE. ADAMS, ROBERT JR. Penalty for administering oath Indemnified for assisting to sup- of allegiance to an alien enepress, a conspiracy agaiust the my, or British subject 138. state 134.
AMMUNITION, ADMINISTRATION. Militia to furnish themselves with Tax on grants of administration 478. A quantity to be im* 378, 439.
ported 494. ALEXANDRIA.
ANDERSON, MARY. Corporation of authorised to im- Estate of Samuel Gist, a British * pose a wharfage tax 44. Wa-1 subject, vested in Mary An* ter street and Union street to derson, his daughter and only
be extended . 44. Court of child 54. hustings to bave exclusive
ANTRIM. power of licensing taverns 50: Vestry of parish of Antrim, in
-Ordinary keepers incapable Halifax, dissolved, and a new of aeting as judges of court vestry to be elected 73. Furof hustings 51:
-Court of ther time allowed to elect yeshustings declared a court of try 112, Authorised to sell
their glebe, and purchase a vided 494. If imported, to
come from France 494.
tinental army to be raised 14.
and Officers of the line to receive
co exported 435. Or tax on of funds, in a class, how dis-
posed of 19. Furnishing a
recruit exempts the class 19.
and accoutrements belong- Counties failing to furnish the
arms 174. Militia, how arm- tates 82. Officers and soldiers
ed 83. Certificate from com- ARTICLES OF WAR.
and service, 85, 162. Sol- of the wages of the members
ed to enlist in continental ar- Deputy sheriff'ineligible to as-
alty for neglect 387. Penalty
tions 387. Meetings of assem-
ed, congress having made pro- the assizes, accordingly as the
assize, how appointed, tenure
when privileged from arrest ets 425. Depositions 426.-
Habeas corpus 426 Crimis