The Office and Authority of a Justice of Peace; And Also the Duty of Sheriffs, Coroners, Church-Wardens, Surveiors of Highways, Constables, and Officers of Militia. Together with Precedents of Warrants, Judgments, Executions, and Other

The Office and Authority of a Justice of Peace; And Also the Duty of Sheriffs, Coroners, Church-Wardens, Surveiors of Highways, Constables, and Officers of Militia. Together with Precedents of Warrants, Judgments, Executions, and Other

By (author) 

List price: US$18.51

Currently unavailable

Add to wishlist

AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

Try AbeBooks

Description

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1736 edition. Excerpt: ...Offence, committed within that Time, a Breach of the Behaviour. The Forfeitures recoverable, with Costs, in any Court of Record. Penalties for employing Indians to hunt, $$c. See Tit. Indians. IND I A N6L BUyers and Receivers of Pork, from an Indian, for-Byin feit looclb. Tobacco to the King and Informer, un-Poik of Ids they prove it was mark'd with the proper Mark Indmw. of an Indian Town, 4 Anna, cap. 14. tS-'J' Persons employing any Free or Tributary Indian to Employhunt, or kill Deer, or furnishing such with Gun or Am-i g ftte munition, to hunt upon patented Lands, forfeit 1000 Ib. Indian rn Tobacco, to the Parry upon whose Land such Indian is hunt, Off. found hunting. 4 Anna, cap. 15. pg-V Gun and Ammunition found upon an Indian hunting Gun,&V, upon any Man's Land, may be seised by the Proprietor mv be of the Land, to his own Use: If sued, Defendant may give seise J, the Special Matter in Evidence, upon his own Oath. But this Act not to extend to 'Pamunkey, Cbickaboniny, or Eastern Shqrc Indians, N 4 Aojr Punishment of Xesisfiance. Laws of Virginia, P g' Indian Conveincet, er, prohibited. Ms Exception. Bounds. Privileges and Restraint! of Tribn faiiw. Any Indian, Bond or Free, lifting his Hand in Opposition against any Christian, who is not a Negro, Mulatto, or Indian, convicted by Oath of the Party, before a Justice of Peace, shall have 50 Lalhes. 4. Ann, cap. 49. Deeds and Conveiances of Lands, executed by any Indian, in Fee, or for Term of Life or Years, void. rl he Party accepting such Deed, or-occupying Indian Lands, upon Conviction in any Court of Record, forfeits 10 s. per Acre, and for every Year's PoPession, 10 s. per Acre more, t the King and Informer. 4 Ann cap. 52., Saving to...show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 146 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 272g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236913906
  • 9781236913906