Debtor may

as the property of John Con- executions 179. New execu-
nolly, suspended 276. Es- tion, if creditor evicted of land
cheated lands in Kentucky or slaves 179.
formerly vested in trustees for be committed, on confessing
a public school, transferred to judgment in custody, or on
trustees of Transylvania semi- being surrendered 179. Pur-
mars 282. Certain lands of chasers of lands from sandry
Spiers & Co. escheated to the companies entitled to benefit


in of this act 180. What con-
Hampden Sydney college 392. tracts excepted 180. Act per-

mitting lands and slaves to be
County courts to collect and state tendered on executions reviv-

evidence of injuries from de- ed 349. Arms of militia ex-
predations of the enemy 27, empted from execution 493.
109, 193, 317, 361. Certified

copies of sheriffs bonds, evi-Offices of commissioner of war,
dence 93, 168. On trial of and commercial agent abolish-
caveats, certificates of county ed, and duties transferred to
courts, as to settlement or pre- executive 133. Esecutive aq-
emption rights, not conclusive thorized to place persons on
evidence of titles 508. Proof the pension list 446. County
of testimony on which certifi- courts to certify condition of
cate granted, admissible 50s.

pensioners to executive instead

of assembly 447. Executive
Appointed to regulate land tax may remit damages against

by assessments 141. Their sherif's for non-payment of
powers, duty and compensa- taxes 463. May remit forfeited
tions 141, 142. County com- estates of criminals to wife and
missioners to correct mistakes children 509.
of examiners, in extension of

taxes 269.

Who exempted from militia duty

21, 166, 175, 189, 246, 477.
Tobacco, hemp, and flour may EXPATRIATION.

be tendered in payment of ex- How a citizen may expatriate
ecutions 70. Ai what price 76. himself 323.
Judgments on future contracts

excepted 76. Flour and hemp Duty on tobacco exported 95,
tendered on executions to be 201, 203.
inspected 99.


be tendered on judgments Expresses for military purposes,
178. How executions there- how procured 18.
on may issue 178. Proceed-

ings on such executions 175: Allowance to wives, parents, and
Slaves may be tendered on families of poor soldiers 11.

Lands may


conveying, nor exempt from
Two busts of the marquis De

debts 272.
La Fayette to be procured

553. Inscription 553.

So much of act as discontinues.
of inspectors of pork, beef, tar,

Lynch's ferry repealed 38.
pitch, and turpentine 71, 195,

Shipwith’s ferry established,

and its rates 344. Penalty on
Repeal of act, reducing law-

yers' fees 76. When fees of



others over for reward 344.
clerks of superior courts to be
delivered to sheriffs 163. When

Chowning's ferry over Rap-
to be collected 163. When ac-

pahanock to Urbanna estab.

lished, and Shelton's ferry dis-
counted for 163. Commis-

continued 370. New ferries
sions for collection 163. Rem-

established and their rates
edy against sheriffs 163. Act

of 1745, concerning officers
fees revived 182. How tobac- In the militia, for various delin-

co fees paid in money 183.
Act concerning attorníes fees

quencies 491, 492.
revived 183. How tobacco FLAG VESSELS.
due for levies and officers fees Intercourse with flag vessels,
shall be paid 237. When they from the enemy, how conduc-
may be distrained for 238. ted 136.
When sheriff's to account 239.

Fees of naval officers 260. Ta-Flour may be tendered in pay-
ble to be set up in different ment of executions 76. Con-
languages 260.

Fees for re-

tents of barrel of flour 98.
gister of vessels 261. Fees for Flour paid for taxes to be in-
marriage 281, 505. For trans- spected 98. Flour and hemp
mitting and recording memo- tendered on executions to be
rials of deeds &c. 295, 466. inspected 99. Warehouses for
Surveyors' fees, in tobacco flour and hemp may be rented
357. How payable in money

99. Fees for rents 99. Death
358. Clerk's sheriffs' and o- counterfeit receipts for
ther officers tobacco fees, how hemp or flour 99. Flour re-
payable in money 359 Fees ceivable in taxes 118.

of land office to be paid into spectors of flour to return lists
treasury 443.

monthly to the treasurer 119.

Courts to provide warehouses
Lands or slaves escheated, in sor hemp and flour 120. And
consequence of the act de-

appoint receivers, 120. Their
stroying entails, to go accord- duty 120. To give bond 120.
ing to the donation 271. Not Penalty for neglect 120.
to restrain the tenant from Hemp and four how to be


weighed 121.
Act making

risdiction of court of hustings
flour receivable in taxes re- 314.
pealed 289. Revived 299.


Estate of Robert Williams, vest-

ed in Mace Freeland, Spice
Recital of act of May 1779 (vol.

Pendleton and ElizabethJones
10, pa. 42, 47) in case of set-

tlers on lands, surveyed for

sundry companies 149. For-
mer act, declaring forfeiture of Act empowering judges of gene-

ral court to superintend and
Jand, on non-payment repeal-
ed 149. Further time allow- regulate the public jail further
ed to pay their money 150.

continued 108. Special term
Forfeiture on non-paymeni

to give judgments against she-

rilis 290. In what cases gen-
150. Land may be distrained
for arrears of purchase money

eral court may award costs

but forfeitures to cease 348.

Costs discretionary on

motions 293. Where costs
Executive may remit forfeited
estates of criminals to the wid-

governed by existing laws 293

Clerk of general court upon
ow and children 509.

affidavit filed, to issue commis.

sions for taking depositions
Forging or counterfeiting certifi-

cates issued by congress, or

this state, death without cler-

Estate of Samuel Gist a British

subject vested in Mary Ander-
Territorial limits of jurisdiction

son, his daughter and only

child 54.
enlarged 49. Court of hust-

ings declared a court of re- Vestry of parish of Antrim in
cord 49. Proviso, as to proof

Halifax, authorized to sell
of deeds and wills 50. Court
of hustings may appoint attor-

their glebe and purchase a new
ney for commonwealth 50.

one 404: Boundary live be-

tween glebe of Manchester pa-
Guo factory at Fredericks-

rish and lands of Wiliam
burg vested in trustees for an
academy 204. Power of trus- Logwood altered 431.
tees to raise funds and appoint Rales of gold paid for taxes 117

teachers 204. Forther power
of trustees as visitors 204. If GOODALL, PARKE
not converted into an academy Retribution to be made to Parke
in five years to revert to com- Goodall presumptive heir to
monwealth 205. Fairs in Richard Goodall, a British
Fredericksburg revived 314. subject, for amount of sales of
Court day altered 311Ju- a trart of land in Caroline, 54

gy 495,

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Lands in Caroline liable to es- and appoint teachers. 204.-
cheat, as the property of Rich- Further power of trustees as
ard Goodall, vested in Parke visitors 204. If not converied
Goodall 55.

into an academy within five

years, to revert to common-
British goods found on land, li- monwealth 205.

able to seizure and confisca-
tion 101: Proceedings to de- Mode of suing out and prosecu-

terinine validity of seizure 102

ting writs of habeas corpus
Suspension of act 102: To go
into operation 162: Duty on

408, 410.

goods imported 122: All acts Auditors to issue warrants for half
and ordinances prohibiting

pay to otticers of state line and
importation of British goods

navy 265. Commutation of
repealed 195.

hali pay for life, for five years

full pay, by congress 556.
Gosport lands adjoining Ports-

mouth, to be laid off into lois
uniform with the town, end Hample Sydney academy in-
sold 407: Public land, call-

corporated by the name of the
ed Gosport annexed to town

College of Hampden Sydney

272. Trustees appointed 273.
of Portsmouth 497. To be
laid off into lots and streets

Siyle of corporation 273,-
497: How sold 497: Con-

Corporate powers 273. Pows

er of trustees to confer degrees
veyances to purchasers 497.

73. Caution to elect profes-

sors and master's attached to
Certain persons appointed to the principles of the revolution

convey land to Edwin Gray, 274. Treasurer for colleges
purchased at a sale of the how elected and qualified 274.
lands of the Nottaway Indians Power of trustees to remove

officers 274. Vacancies, how

supplied 274.-Meetings of
Town of Greensville at Buck- trustees, how called 274. Oath

ingham court house establish- of officers 274. Certain lands
ed 29.

of Spiers & Co. escheated to

the commonwealth, vested in
Executive may enlist guards for Hampden Sydney college 392

the public prison and stores Harmer, John and George.

Recital of conveyance from John

Harmer to George Harmer, of
At Fredericksburg, vested in all his estate, real and person-

trustees for an academy 204. al, in this state 35. All the
Power of trustees to raise funds estate formerly belonging to

John Harmer, declared not walks 414. Refused, may be
subject to escheat 36. George

picked 414.

Fees and oath
Harmer authorised to recover of inspector 414. Penalty on
said estate, and subject to debts courts for neglect of duty 415.
of John Harmer 36. So much

of former act as authorises the Courts of Henrico & Richmond,
governor to draw warrants on authorised to adjourn their
the treasurer, in favor of Geo.

courts to a day, when the su-
Harmer, repealed 257.

perior courts will not be set-

ting in the courthouse 153.
County, formed from Mononga-

lia 366.

Boundaries 366.- Peter Heron, a subject of his
Court days 367.

Most Christian Majesty, per-

mitted to enter his ship, tho'
Hemp may be tendered in pay- liable to seizure 254.

ment of executions 76. Flour High Court of Chancery.
and hemp tendered on execu- Notice to take depositions may
tions to be inspected 99.- be given to non-resident par-
Warehouses for flour & hemp, ties, by publication 343.-
may be rented 99. Fees for Printers fees 34. Ordinary
rents 99. For inspection of trial by jury in chancery re-
hemp 99. Death to counter- pealed 344. Former mode of
feit receipts for flour or hemp trial revived 344.
99. Hemp receivable in taxes
118. Courts to provide ware-

houses for hemp and four, and Pardoned, on condition of serv-
appoint receivers 120. Their

ing as a soldier during the
duty and allowance 120.-

war 129.
To give bond 120. Penalties John Holland, convicted of trea-

for neglect 120. Hemp and
flour, how to be weighed 121.

son, pardoned 253.
Hemp receivable in taxes, and HOOMES, JOHN.
at what rate 191. Act mak- John Hoomes granted exclusive
ing hemp receivable in taxes, privilege of carrying persons
repealed 289. Revived 299. in stage coaches, between cer-

Warehouses for inspection of tain places 467. Rates 467.
hemp established 412. How Penalty for exceeding legal
erected 412. Inspector, his rates 467. Penalty for in-
appointment and duty 413.-

fringing bis privilege 467.-
Hemp to be prized in bales, To give bond 467.
and labelled 413. Not to be HOPKINS, JOSHUA
transported till inspected 413. Pardoned, on condition of leay-
---Nor manufactured at rope

ing the state 129.

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