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Carter; and from the said Carter's to the said Hughes's, From the land of Lemuel Riddick, adjoining to the public wharf, in Suffolk, cross Nansemond river, to Samuel Jordan’s land, From the land of William Pride, in the county of Henrico, on Appomattox river, above the narrow falls, to the land of the said Pride, over the river, in Prince George county, From the land of William Cabbell, in Albemarle county, at the mouth of Swan’s creek, over the Fluvanna, to the land of Samuel Spencer; or from the said Cabbell's, over Tye river, to his land opposite,

On Pork. From Chamberlayne’s to Williams's, or Williams's to Chamberlayne's,

From Brick House to West point, or

West point to Brick House
From Brick House to Dudley's, or
Dudley’s to Brick House,
From Webb's to Lyde's, formerly
Spencer's, in King William county,
From Thomas Crenshaw’s to the usual
landing place,
From Temple's landing, over Matapo-
ny river,
From West point to Dudley's, or Dud-
ley's to West point,
From York town to Tindal's point, or
Tindal’s point to York,
From Capahosick to Scimino,
From Seaton’s over Pianketank,
From Frazier’s to Broach’s, and from
Broach’s to Frazier’s,
From Walker town to Waller's, or
Waller's to Walker town,
From Turk’s Ferry over Pianketank,
From Robert King’s over Pamunky,
to Blackwell's, or from Blackwell's
to King's,

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For Man. Horse. 8. d. s. d.

From Sweethall to Claiborne Gooch's, or from Claiborne Gooch’s to Sweethall,

From George Dabney’s over Pamun-
ky river,

From Taylor's in King William, to
Garland's in Hanover,

From William Pulliam's in Hanover,
to John Holliday’s in Caroline,

From Richard Littlepage's, to Thomas
Claiborne's land, over Pamunky,
and from Claiborne's to Little-
page’s,

From Todd's warehouse landing, in
King and Queen, to the land of
Robert Armistead Bird, in King
William,

Itappahanock.

From Whiting's to Gilbert's, -
From the land of Thomas Ley, to Ro-
binson’s, or from Robinson's to
Ley’s,
From Byrd's to Williams', or Wil-
liams' to Byrd's,
From Tappahannock town to Carter's,
or to Rappahanock creek, on either
side thereof,
From Tankersley's over Rappahanock
river, to the usual place,
From Germanna over the Rapid Ann,
From Ray's plantation to Skinker's,
From Urbanna to Chetwood’s,
At Urbanna, from the ferry landing to
Locust point, on the land of Ralph
Wormley, esq.
From Johnston's plantation in Spotsyl-
vania, to Washington's, in King
George,
From Taliaferro's plantation of the
Mount, to the land of Joseph Ber-
ry,
From Philemon Cavenaugh's ford,
C-Wol. 6-

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For Man. Horse.

From the wharf above: the mouth of
Massaponax creek, to the opposite
landing upon Mr. Ball's land,
From Fredericksburg warehouse to the
land of Anthony Strother, or Stroth-
er's to Fredericksburg,
From Roy's warehouse to Gibson's
warehouse,
From William Lowry's to the land of
Benjamin Rust, or from Rust’s to
Lowry’s,
From Falmouth to the land of Francis
Thornton, in Spotsylvania,
From Hackley's land in King George,
to Corbin’s in Caroline,
From the lot of Joseph Morton, in
Leeds town, to the lands of Mrs.
Brooke,
From the lower side of Parrot's creek,
to Teague's creek, on the land of

Baldwin Matthews Smith, and from

that creek to the lower side of Parrot’s creek,

Potomack. From Col. William Fitzhugh's land at Boyd’s Hole, over to Maryland, From Hoe's to Cedar point, From Tripplit’s land below the mouth of Quantico creek, over to Brooks’s land, From Robert Lovell's in the county of Westmoreland, over to Maryland, From the land of William Russel on Sherendo, cross into the fork, or cross the main river, From Kersey's landing on Col. Carter Burwell’s land, to the land of Col. Landon Carter, From Gersham Key's land, to the land of the Honourable William Fairfax, esq. At Williams' Gap, from the land of the Right Honorable the Lord Fairfax,

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For Man. Horse.

s. d. S. d. where John Melton now lives, to the

land of Ralph Wormley, esq. 0 33 0 Sł From the plantation of George Mason, opposite to Rock creek, over to Ma

ryland, - 0 24 :04 From the plantation of John Hereford, in Daigs neck, over the river, to the

lower side of Pamunky in Maryland, 1 0 1 0 From Hunting creek warehouse, to

Frazier's point, or Addison's, 1 0 1.0
From the land of Ebenezer Floyd, to
Powell’s, 0 6 0 6

From Evan Watkin's landing, oppo-
site to Canagochego creek, to Ed-,
mund Wade's land in Maryland, 0 3 0 3

From the land of William Clifton to

the land of Thomas Wallis, 1 0 1 0 From the land of Hugh West, to Frazier's, or Addison's, 1 0 1 0 JWottoway. From Thomas Drew's land to Dr. Brown’s, 0 3 0 3 From Bolton'sferry, to Simmons’ land, 0 3 0 3

Eastern Shore. From York, Hampton, and Norfolk towns, to the land of Littleton Eyre, on Hungar’s river, or from thence to either of the aforesaid places, for a man or horse, passing singly, twenty shillings, for a man and horse, or if there be more, for each fifteen shillings. And for the transportation of wheel carriages, tobacco, cattle, and other beasts, at any of the places aforesaid, the ferry keeper may demand and take the rates following, viz. For every coach, chariot, or waggon, and the driver wheel car. thereof, the same as for six horses. riages. For every cart, or four wheel chaise, and the driver of such chaise, as for four horses. For every two wheel chaise, or chair, as for two horses. For every hogshead of tobacco, as for one horse. Tobacco. For every head of neat cattle, as for one horse. Cattle.

Sheep, goit. For every sheep, goat, or lamb, one fifth part of the ferriage of one horse. Hogs, For every hog, one fourth of the ferriage of one horse. - According to the prices herein before settled at such ferry respectively, and no more. Penalty on And if any ferry keeper shall presume to demand taking great and receive, from any person or persons whatsoever, ** any greater rate than is herein before allowed, for the carriage and ferriage of any thing whatsoever, he or they, for every such offence, shall forfeit and pay to the party grieved, the ferriage demanded, and received, and ten shillings, to be recovered with costs, before any justice of peace, of the county where such offence shall be committed. county ". And that where a ferry is by this act appointed courts . on one side of a river or creek, and none on the other appoint op. side answerable thereto, it shall be lawful for the reposite fer- spective county courts, to aproint an opposite ferry, 1108. and to allow the respective rates herein before directed, and the said courts are also hereby impowered to appoint a ferry over any river or creek, within their respective counties, where the same shall be found And ferries convenient, and to contract with the keeper of such for their mi- ferry or of any public ferry, to set over the militia of bitia. the county, on muster days, and to raise an allowance for the same in their county levy; Provided always, That no such allowance shall be raised for any ferry over a river or creek into another county. other fer. III. And that it shall be lawful for the keepers of

fies, the several county ferries, herein after mentioned, respectively, to demand and take for ferriage, the fol, , lowing rates, that is to say,

On the river Occoquan in Prince William, for a man three pence, for a horse the same. Nominy, in Westmoreland, for a man four pence, for a horse the same. -Mattox, in the same county, for a man three pence, for a horse the same. Pappahanock creek, in Richmond county, for a man three pence, for a horse the same. Piscataway, in Essex, for a man three pence, for a horse the same. On James river, at Branch's in Henrico, for a man three pence, for a horse the same. From Jacob Micheaux's to Thomas Atkins's, for a man three pence, for a horse the same,

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