Public Acts, 1804 and 1805, Public Acts, 1806, Public Acts, 1807; Being the 1st, 2D and 3D Appendixes to Public Acts, Vol. 2, 1790 to 1803 by F. X. M

Public Acts, 1804 and 1805, Public Acts, 1806, Public Acts, 1807; Being the 1st, 2D and 3D Appendixes to Public Acts, Vol. 2, 1790 to 1803 by F. X. M

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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. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ... winde-w', That hen any penalty whatever is imposed by this act upon any field ofli-Pan-it; from. cer of caialiy', tbi-any neglect or breach of duty whatever, and jnoremedy is prescribed bow the same shall Fffild nficu' be sut-d for and recovered, then and in that case it shop bej e duty of the adjutant-Bcneral of this State to ""(c)Vctcommence suit for the same in the name of the Govenior, before any jurisdiction buying ccgnizance thereof; am! n-certificate of the ndjutant-gentrul under his hand and seal. elikll be concluirive evidence against such deiiirczncnt officer i Providrd, That such certificate contrite such matter as would be sufficient to convict such osiicer if delivered by tliesrules of law in any court ot record. And the judgement so obtained 'hall be carried into execution by the sheriff or' constable of any county. as the case may: be, in the-same manner, and under the same rules, regulations, restrictions and pcnaltiea, ansiare prcscribed in cases at com 'non and statute law. XS. Be lcttsurl/irr matted, That the officere non-commlssioned officere, and dragoons hereafter mention. Pay when 'I d, when in actual service in defence of this State, shall from the day they may be ordered on duty, be pgid unionaccording to the following rates: a lieutenant colonel commandant of cavulry, twenty ahillings and six m. tions per day or an equivalent in mcney, and when forage shall not be furnished. me sunhzfi-sum m' 53, 'hillingsjier day-, a major of cavalry, fifteen shillings and sour rations per day or an equivalent in money, and six ahillinzs per day for fox-age when not furnished as afoiesaid; a captain of cnvulry twelve shillingsss and six pence and three ratinns per day or an equivalent in money, and six.show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 123689555X
  • 9781236895554