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AN ACT to ratify and confirm a certain Arrangement there
compliance with the desire of the city of Trenton, as ex-
Sec. 1. BE IT ENACTED by the Council and General Assembly
city and Delaware and Rari
Chancery street, which is cut off by said feeder, is only a
Sec. 2. And be it enacted, That that part of Chancery Part of Chance, street, lying to the westward of the feeder of the Delaware ry street vacated
and Raritan Canal, be, and the same is hereby declared va. cated.
Passed March 4, 1834.
A FURTHER SUPPLEMENT to the act, entitled “ An
act concerning Landlord and Tenants."
tenements which are, or shall be leased for term of life or
virtue of any execution, and removed off said premises, the rent is paid.
same shall not be sold by the constable or officer so taking
to be sold till
the said premises, or his, or her bailiff, all and every such sum
Sec. 2. And be it enocted, That no such goods and chattels shall be removed off said premises by said constable or Goods not to be officer, but openly and in the day time, and ihen not unless removed by
officer in night the constable or officer, shall, at the time of removing the tine. said goods and chattels, give notice thereof, to the defendant, or in his absence, to some person of his family, residing on said premises, of the removal of said goods and chattels.
Passed March 4, 1835.
AN ACT to raise the sum of forty thousand dollars for the
year one thousand eight hundred and thirty five.
Sec. 1. BE IT ENACTED by the Council and General Assembly of this state, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That there shall be assessed, levied, and collected, ou the inhabitants of this state, their goods, moneys, and Forty thousand chattels, and on the lands and tenements within the same, dollars lax to bo the sum of forty thousand dollars, money of the United States; which sum shall be paid into the treasury of this state, on or before the twentieth day of January, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six.
Sec. 2. And, be it enacted, That the said sum of forty Proportions of thousand dollars, shall be paid by the several counties of the Counties. this state, in the proportion following, that is to say :
The county of Bergen, shall pay the sum of two thousand five hundred and ninety-nine dollars and eighty tour cents.
The county of Essex, shall pay the sum of three thousand eight hundred and twenty-two dollars and four-cents.
The county of Middlesex shall pay the sum of three thousand two hundred and fifty-three dollars and thirty-six cents.
county of Somerset, shall pay the sum of two thousix hundred and forty-two dollars and eighty-six cents.
county of Sussex, shall pay the sum of two thousand a twenty-five dollars and seventy cents.
e county of Morris, shall pay ihe sum of three thousand nundred and thirty-six dollars and two cents,
le county of Warren, shall pay the sum of two thousand one hundred and eighty-five dollars and fifty cents.
ne county of Monmouth, shall pay the sum of three usand seven hundred and twenty-three dollars and sixty
ei the county of H.
The county of Hunterdon, shall pay the sum of four thousand five hundred and thirty-five dollars and eighty-four cents.
The county of Burlington, shall pay the sum of four thousand three hundred and seven dollars and twelve cents.
The county of Gloucester, shall pay the sum of three thousand three hundred and seventy-nine dollars and twenty
The county of Cumberland, shall pay the sum of one thousand five hundred and eighty-six dollars and eighteen cents.
The county of Salem, shall pay the sum of two thousand one hundred and fifty six dollars and sixty cents.
The county of Cape May, shall pay the sum of six hundred and forty-six dollars.
Sec. 3. And be it enacted, That the assessors of the seveEnumeration of ral townships of this state, to raise the sum of forty thousand articles taxed af dollars, shall assess and rate the several articles and things specific sums,
hereafter enumerated, at the following specific sums :
Every covering horse above three years old, any sum not exceeding ten dollars, to be paid by the person where the horse is kept; all other horses or mules, three years old and upwards, any sum not exceeding six cents; all neat cattle. three years old and upwards, any sum not exceeding three cents.
Enumention of Sec. 4. And be it enacted, That in assessing the aforesaid articles taxed at sum of forty thousand dollars, the following articles, persons, discretion of u and things, shall be valued and rated at the discretion of the
· assessor, to wit:
All tracts of land, any sum not exceeding one hundred dol. lars by the hundred acres; provided always. that houses and lots of ten acres and under, shall not be included in the above valuation, but shall be valued by the respective assessors at their discretion, having regard to the yearly rent and value thereof, proportioning the same, as nearly as may be, to the valuation of the land aforesaid.
All householders, (under which description shall be included all married men) the estimated value of whose ratable estate does not exceed thiriy dollars, any sum not exceeding three dollars over and above their certainties and other estate made ratable by this act.
All merchants, shop-keepers and traders, any sum not ex. ceeding ten dollars,
All fisheries, where fish are caught for sale, any sum not exceeding ten dollars.
All grist mills, for each run of stones, any suin not exceeding six dollars.
All clover mills, any sum not exceeding thirty dollars.
All cotton manufactories, any sum not exceeding thirty dollars.
All sail duck manufactories, any sum not exceeding ten dollars.
All woollen manufactories, any som not exceeding ten dollars.
All carding machines, propelled by water or steam, and not connected with any cotton or woollen manufactory, any sum not exceeding three dollars.
All cupola furnaces, any sum not exceeding fifteen dollars.
All blast furnaces, other than cupola furnaces, any sum not exceeding thirty dollars.
All saw mills, for each saw, not exceeding eight dollars.
All forges that work pig iron, and forges and bloomeries that work bar iron, immediately from ore or cinders, for each fire, any sum not exceeding six dollars.
All rolling and slitting mills, any sum not exceeding thirty dollars.
All paper mills, not exceeding ten dollars.
All fulling mills, not connected with any woollen manufactory, any sum not exceeding four dollars.
Every ferry or toll bridge, any sum not exceeding twenty dollars.
All tan-yards, where leather is tanned for sale or hire, each vat, any sum not exceeding thirty cents.
Every sngle man, whether he lives with his parents or not, any sum not exceeding two dollars; provided, that every