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poor to their own parish 31. CONTRACTS. In receiving them 32. Between master and servant CLERGY_See MINISTERS. when void 358. Act for support of 88. Salary 88.
CONVICTS. Levy for 88. Repairs by 89. Incapable of obtaining license to Entitled to all the spiritual
practise law 142. and temporal benefits of the
COPLE. parish 90. Action for disturbance 90.
Vestry of Parish of, in WestCLERGY, BENEFIT OF
moreland county dissolved
517. When allowed to slaves, when
not 105, 106. Third offence CORN, INDIAN of hog-stealing 123.
Price of, limited 555. CLINCH, REBECCA CORRESPONDENCE. Wife of William, intail of cer- Felony to hold with enemy 5 16. tain lands whereof she is seiz
COSTS. ed, in Charles City, docked, In cases of Usury 103. When 297.
prosecutors are to pay, 246. COLCHESTER.
COUNCIL OF WAR. Town of, in Fairfax connty, To be held, on notice of invaestablished 396.
sion, or insurrection 545. COLLECTORS.
COUNCILLORS. of customs, their duties and Process against 330. fees 96. Of land and poll
COUNTERFEITING. tax, when to be appointed Notes, stamps, or receipts of in567.
spectors 167. COLLEGE.
COUNTIES. Of William and Mary, dutics Lunenburg divided, and Halifor support of 91.
fax formed 252. Boundaries COMMON LAW.
252. Court days 253. Prince Rules of practice at, in certain George, divided, and Dincounty courts 205.
widdie formed 254. Bounda. CONSPIRACY.
ries 255. Court days 255. In slaves, to rebel or murder, Frederick and Augusta difelony without clergy 105. vided, and Hampshire formCONSTABLES.
ed 376. Boundaries 377. Conducting runaways, low fer Court days 377. Amelia di
riages to be paid 22. Duty vided 379. Prince Edward of, in preventing the tending formed 380. Boundaries 380. of seconds of tobacco 51, 52. Court days 380. Lunenburg Duty of, in suppressing un again divided and Bedford Jawful assemblies of slaves formed 381. Boundaries 109. Power and duty of, 981. Court days 381. Surcharged with descrters 563. ry divided and Susses formPenalty for suffering escapes ed (384. Boundaries 384. 563.
Court days 384. Part of
Albermarle and Lunenburg in sentence 562. Within
what hours court to sit 562.
wick, Fairfax, Lunenburg, cript of proceedings to be
respited, until his decision
lant conduct, in the late en-
gagement on the Mononga-
ment and execution 106,
ed and Russel formed 382.
Fort to be garrisoned 463.
Regulations, for securing, and
On protested bills of
ferry, between King William DISOBEDIENCE.
In officers or soldiers, how pun-
For rent, how made 9. May
be replevied 9. For tobacco,
protested bills of exchange Wrongful distress, remedy
ses, when distrainable 11.
But not if bona fide sold 12.
Distress, after lease determi-
country, without licence, lia ther proviso 12. When offi-
cers' fees and public dues dis-
Of causes, in general court, hor
made out 328.
Not to be carried by slaves 295.
Sheep-killing may bc de-
stroyed 295, 489. Number
limited to a negro quarter 489.
married men, for rangers
465. Of the militia, who have
not wives or children 527.
Wlat tavern debts for, void 74.
On hides, skins, and furs er.
and Mary College, 91. How
collected, 93. Salary of collect tiff, his executors, or adminors, 94. Bonds to be given by istrators, for voluntary esmasters of ships entering or
capes, 345. lading for exportation, 95. ESTRAYS-See Strays. To whom duties paid, 96.
EVIDENCE. Power of vfficers of customs, When and in what manner store 96. Collector's fees, 96. Na accounts may be given in evival officers, 97. Duty on hor dence, 53,55. On negroe, muses imported, 126.' How col latto, or Indian, giving false lected, 127. Drawback, 127. testimony, 106. When they On liquors continued, 193. may be witnesses, 107. On slaves, revived, 217,253.
EXAMINERS. How collected and accounted Ofattornies, how appointed, 140 for, 218,221. Additional on
EXCHANGE. liquors, continued, 222,354, Rate of, to be fixed by courts, 471. Additional on slaves, on rendering judgments, for carriages, ordinary licenses, sterling debts, 479. and law process, to raise EXECUTION. funds for the protection of Rent to be paid before execution the settlers, on the waters of satisfied, 10. Proviso, 10. the Mississippi, against the Remedy against sheriff or French and Indians, 419,420, officer, for not paying money 436,437,461,466,467. Duties received on 3 14. continued, 468.
EXEMPTS. EMANCIPATION. In the militia, who 531. But must Of slaves, how obtained, 112. furnish arms, 532. Overseers ENEMY.
and millers exempted, not to Felony to hold correspondence
appear at musters, 538. with, or give intelligence
EXPRESSES. to 546.
Public, exempt from ferriages, ENTAILS.
21. Messengers, and expressSee Fec-Tail and Lands.
es, 117. ENTRIES.
EXUM, ELIZABETH For land, how to be made, 33. Certain lands of which she is
How a surveyor may enter seised, vested in justices of for himself, 34. Rules in spe Southampton, 283, cial cases, 51. How surveyed, EYRE, LITTLETON 35. Entries of persons not certain lands in Northampton, attending surveyor, within vested in 443. month after notice,
FACTORS. void, 36.
By whom goods sold, to be menERROR.
tioned in the declaration, or Writ of, how obtained; 339,340. petition, 481. Limitation of ESCAPES.
actions by, 481. Exception, Sheriffs, their executors or ad 481. Lawyers fee to be taxed,
ministrators, liable to plain 181.
FEES. For keeping ordinary, 73. Of
minister's for marrying, 84. For a funeral sermon, 84. Of| collectors, 96. Of naval officer, 97. Of Virginia owners, 97. Penalty on officer taking greater, 97. Table of fees to be set up, 98. Of public goaler, 136. Of inspectors of pork, beef, flour, tar, pitch, and turpentine, 148. How paid in tobacco, 168,171. When distrainable, 171. When to be accounted for, 172. Remedy against sheriffs, 172. Act for collecting officers continued, 200. Further continued, 244. of inspectors of lumber, 234. Act for, continued, 214. For Pedlars' licenses increased, 244. Of attornies in general court, 336. For runaways, 367. Of attornies settled, 371.
FEE-TAIL. Intailof certain lands in Charles
City, whereof Rebecca, wife of William Clinch is seised, docked 297. Certain intailed lands in Hanover, vested in Rueben Skelton, and others,
settled to the same uses, 300, Intail of certain lands in Isle of Wight, whereof Arthur Smith is seised, docked, and a mill with other lands, set. tled to the same uses, 308. Intail of certain land in Hanover, whereof David Garland is seised, docked, and other lands and slaves settled to the same uses, 311. Certain intailed lands in King William and Middlesex, vested in Henry Washington, 314. Intail of certain lands in James city, docked, & the same vested in Thomas Chamberlayne in fee-simple, and other lands settled to the same uses, 319. Intail of certain lands in King William, docked, and vested in William Dandridge, in fee-simple, and other lands and slaves settled to the same uses, 321. Intail of certain lands in Fairfax, whereof Gerard Alexander is seised, docked, and other lands and slaves settled to the same uses, 399. Intail of certain lands in Middlesex, docked, and vested in Robert Chew, in fee-simple, and other lands and slaves settled to the same uses, 402. John Armistead authorized to sell certain intailed lands, in Essex, of the inheritance of his mother, late Susannah Meriwether, for the performance of his father's will, 405. Intail of certain lands in Gloucester, whereof Lawrence Smith is seised, docked, and other lands and slaves settled to the same uses, 407. Intail of certain