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ing the period comprised in this Volume.
Benjamin Benjamin Harrison, esq. continued governor, until Harrison, esq. the 29th of November, 1784, when Patrick Henry, ry, esq.
Patrick Henesq. was again elected.
BEGUN AND HELD
At the Public Buildings in the Town Benjamin
Harrison, of Richmond, on Monday the sixth day esq gover. of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eightytwo, and in the sixth year of the commonwealth.
in original.) An act giving farther time to pay
taxes in certain enumerated commodities and paying the allowances to the wives, parents, and families of soldiers. I. WHEREAS by an act passed the last session of Preamble: general assembly, entitled " An act for laying taxes in certain enumerated commodities," all persons chargeable with the said taxes, were directed to deliver the same to a commissioner of the county before the first day of May, one thousand seven hundred and eightytwo, which period hath been found too short, and it is judged expedient to give further time for the collection and paying thereof:
* In the original, the chapters are continued progressively from the end of the last session, though the paging commences anew. But in the Chancellors' Revisal, the acts of this session commence with chap. I, instead of XLI, as in the sessions acts. In this edition the arrangement of the Chancellors' Revisal will be pursued, both in the chapters and sections.