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[Passed at the October session of assembly, in the year one thou.
sand seven hundred and eighty-six, and now republished by Erratta in the a resolution of assembly of the 19th of December 1788, with former publi. marginal notcs shewing the errors in the former publicacation.
Between the words judge 1. BE it enacted by the General Assembly, That and clerk'in third line are no treasurer, keeper of any public seal, councillor of inseried the state, counsel for the commonwealth, judge, clerk of
ds of at the peace, sheriff, coroner, escheator, nor any other tornies at law,
ctising ei' officer of the commonwealth shall, in time to come, ther in the take, in any form, any manner of brokage or reward generalcourt, for doing his office other than is, or shall be, allowed chancerned by some act of general assembly passed after the insticourt of ap. tution of the commonwealth, that is to say, after the peala, corrt fifteenth day of May in the year of our Lord one thouof admiralty or inferior
y sand seven handred and eighty-six. And he, that courts' which doth, shall pay upto the party grieved, the treble value are not in the of that he haib received, shall be amerced and impriroll. The word soneo ar
or soned at the discretion of a jury, and shall be dis. other in the charged from his office forever. And he who will sue roll after the in the said matter shall have suit as well for the comwords' nor a monwealth as for himself, and the third part of the ny' is omite ted,
END OF TWELFTH VOLUME
STATUTES AT LARGE.
Court of admiralty discon-
Lands liable for taxes in, during
how sold 662.
tain acts of 1786, suspended lated 205. Part of act repealed
Academy in, incorporated 392
| When it may issue 744.
| Wrongful, and warrantees, to
pass only whai grantor might
lawfully convey; how far heirs
barred, or bound to recom-
pence tenant 166.
retaliation may be resorted to
pointed to general court! 261.
for 24. What kind, how ob-
claims of officers, soldiers, sai-
lors and marines, for pay and
I wealth, privileges of 262.
Lands wliereof John Askins
el died seized, vested in his mo-
ther Mary Arvin 363.
Land whereof John Askins died
seized, vested in his mother
Mary Arvin 363.
elected; when to ineet; right
of suffrage 120. Qualifica-
lion in Williamsburg and Nor-
folk; who inay be elected 121.
Who not compellable to serve,
penalty for failing to vote,
how discovered and prosecu-
ted; privileges of electors;
polls how taken 122. Where
candidates equal; meeting of
returning officers; none to vote
twice; when polls kept open;
contested elections 123. If
on scrutiny, votes equal, how
elected; oath of electors; re.
ARMISTEAD, WM. city or borough; for a senator
tion to supply vacancy; cer.
tificate thereof 126. Returns
distress; lost, when not paid' members 127. Members ab«
sent, without leave; adjourn- ditors' office to be conducted
ditor 293. When chief clerk
suspended 45. Further sus. Augusta, Ilarity and Rock-
36, 472, 473. New taxes im- to levy money for 630.
ATTORNMENT , U tablished 718.
Ballast masters, how appointed;
their duty 180. Notice of in-
106. Executive to controul | 181.
steam boats, for a limited time
335. Act amended 796.
Indians sold io Wm. Bennett, ted 177, 178. John Mayo,
junr. authorised to build a toll
dison discharged from trust, BRITISH DEBTS.
pealed;—-suspension of this
act 528. Monies paid into
far to be reimbursed 529.
BOONESBOROUGH. to Greensville 596.
Town of, in Amherst county, es-
late making slopes for pas.
sage of fish in county of Bed-
89. Court day altered 474. 604.
In Jefferson county, Kentucky,
Exclusive privilege gramed Against whom it inay issue in