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Title: The laws of Barbados collected in one volume by William Rawlin, of the Middle-Temple, London, Esquire, and now clerk of the Assembly of the said island.
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Print source: The laws of Barbados collected in one volume by William Rawlin, of the Middle-Temple, London, Esquire, and now clerk of the Assembly of the said island.
Barbados., Rawlin, William.

London: Printed for William Rawlin ..., MDCXCIX [1699]
Alternate titles: Laws, etc.
Notes:
Includes index.
Errors in paging: p. 174, 175 misprinted 176, 173.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard Law School Library.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A30866.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE HONOURABLE Ralph Grey, Esq.
dedication
AN ADVERTISEMENT TO THE READER.
A TABLE OF THE Laws of Barbados.
THE LAWS OF BARBADOS.
An ACT for Printing the Laws of the Island of Barbados, Contained in the Ensuing Volume.
N o 1. An ACT or ORDER for the Compiling the Laws by Commissioners.
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N o 2. An ACT for Officers putting in Security.
N o 3. An ACT appointing Security to be given by the Clerks, &c. of the several Courts within this Island.
N o 4. An ACT giving power to Church-wardens to make Sale of Lands, &c. and concerning Surplus of Land within old Bounds, &c.
N o 5. An ACT for the Transcription and safe keeping of the Re∣cords.
N o 6. An ACT for Weights, Numbers and Measures.
N o 7. An ACT to prevent frequenting of Taverns and Ale-houses by Seamen.
N o 8. An ACT concerning Trespass done by Hogs.
N o 9. An ACT declaring what Proofs to Bonds, Bills, Procura∣tions, Letters of Attorney or other Writings, shall be sufficient in Law.
N o 10. An ACT for the keeping clear the Wharfs or Landing Places at the Indian Bridge, and on Speght's-Bay, alias Little-Bristol.
N o 11. An ACT prohibiting Persons from keeping a common Ale-house or Tipling House, selling any Liquors, or this Country Spirits to drink in their Houses or Plantations, without License.
N o 12. An ACT that the bringing Writs of Errors, and other Equi∣table Matters, before the Governour and Council, to be by them determined, be and do continue in Force, according to the An∣cient Customs of this Island.
N o 13. An ACT concerning Vestries.
N o 14. An ACT for limitting the Assemblies Continuance.
N o 15. An ACT or Order for the Publication and Execution of the Acts concerning the Ʋniformity of Common-Prayer.
N o 16. An ACT concerning Morning and Evening Prayer in Fami∣lies.
N o 17. An ACT appointing a Special Court for the speedy deciding Controversies between Merchant and Merchant, or Mariner and Mariner, or Merchant and Mariners, about Freight, Da∣mage or other Maritime Cases.
N o 18. An ACT Establishing the Courts of Common-Pleas in this Island, declaring also a Method and manner of Proceedings both to Judgment and Execution, which are to be observed in the said Courts.
N o 19. An ACT concerning written Depositions produced in Courts, and appointing how the Evidence of Sick and Lame Persons, and of Persons intended off this Island, shall be valid and good.
N o 20. An ACT for the Encouragement of all faithful Ministers in the Pastoral Charge within this Island: As also for appointing and regulating of a convenient Maintenance for them for the future.
N o 21. An ACT for the good governing of Servants, and ordering the Rights between Masters and Servants.
N o 22. An ACT concerning the Conveyance of Estates.
N o 23. An ACT for the better Amending, Repairing and Keeping Clean the common High-ways, and known Broad Paths within this Island leading to Church and Markets, and for laying out new Ways, and turning old Ways where it shall be need∣ful.
N o 24. An ACT concerning Ships, and the Duty of their Masters or Merchants upon their Arrival, with the appointment of the Impost of Poundage and Tunnage.
N o 25. An ACT concerning the General Sessions. This Act is Re∣pealed by an Act made in Sir Richard Dutton's time.
statutory Act 26
N o 27. An ACT for setling the Militia mthin this Island.
N o 28. An ACT for the restraining the Excessive taking of Ʋsury within this Island.
N o 29. An ACT concerning Forestallers, and Ingrossers of Provi∣sions.
N o 30. An ACT for continuance and observation of all Acts and Sta∣tutes not Repealed.
statutory Act 31
N o 32. An ACT prohibiting all Persons to incroach upon their Neigh∣bours Line.
N o 33. An ACT for the Annual Rates of Wines and other Strong Li∣quors.
N o 34. An ACT to prevent the prejudice that may happen to this Island, by Loose and Vagrant Persons in and about the same.
N o 35. An ACT for the Binding out Apprentices.
N o 36. An ACT for the making good, and clearing the Ways of the Streets and Lanes in and about the Indian-Town, Spight's-Bay, alias Little-Bristol.
N o 37. An ACT for the appointing and nominating of Streets, Lanes, Alleys, Wharfs and other Passages convenient in and about the Town of St. Michael's.
N o 38. An ACT to prevent the danger that may happen by Fire, in, or about the Sea-port Towns within this Island.
N o 39. By the Governour, Council and Assembly concerning Taxes.
N o 40. An ACT for the disposing of several Fines, that are imposed upon several Persons for several Misdemeanours done within this Island.
N o 41. An ACT for the Regulating and Appointing the Fees of the several Officers and Courts of this Island.
list
list
The CLERK of the PRIVATE COƲRTS's Fees.
list
list
N o 42. An ACT for the certain and constant appointment of all Of∣ficers Fees within this Island.
N o 43. An ACT for the better Discovery of Strayed Cattle, of such as are distrained, doing Damage.
N o 44. An ACT for the Relief of such Persons as lye in Prison, and others who have not wherewith to pay their Creditors.
statutory Act 45
N o 46. An Addition to an ACT, Intituled, An Act for Setling the Estates and Titles of the Inhabitants of this Island to their Possessions in their several Plantations within the same.
N o 47. An ACT for Settling the several Markets in the several Towns of this Island.
N o 48. An ACT for the Encouragement of such as shall plant or raise Provisions to sell.
N o 49. An ACT Entituled, An Acknowledgment and Declaration of the Inhabitants of the Island of Barbados, of his Majesty's Right to the Dominions of this Island, and the Right of the Right Ho∣nourable the Earl of Carlisle, derived from the said Majesty; and by the Earl of Carlisle, to the Right Honourable the Lord Willoughby of Parham; and also for the Ʋnanimous Profession of the true Religion in this Island, and imposing con∣dign Punishment upon the Opposers thereof.
N o 50. An ACT concerning the Sale of Lands by Attorneys, Execu∣tors and Administrators.
N o 51. An ACT for the advancing and raising the Value of Pieces of Eight.
N o 52. An ACT for raising a present Levy of Sugar, to defray the Charges incident to the making of Breast-works at the several Landing-Places about this Island, to answer the present Occa∣sion.
N o 53. An ACT for the speedy Raising of a sufficient Strength of La∣bourers to erect some Breast-works at the Sea-side, Bays and Landing-Places about this Island.
N o 54. An ACT for the doubling the Impositions of all sorts of Strong Liquors imported this Island.
N o 58. An ACT for the better ascertaining the Laws of this Island.
N o 56. An ACT for the Prevention of Firing of Sugar Canes.
N o 57. An ACT for the better Ordering and Governing of Negroes.
N o 58. An ACT for the Speedy Trial of all such Ships or Goods as shall be Seized on in any of the Ports or Bays belonging to this Island, by the Commander or Commanders of any His Majesty's Ships, who cannot stay till the Sitting of the usual Courts, without much Prejudice to His Majesty's other Affairs.
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ACTS and STATUTES from the Ninth of May, One Thousand, Six Hundred, Sixty and Seven.
N o 59. By the General Assembly, An ACT for the Raising a Sum of Goods for the needful publick Ʋse of this Island, and other His Majesty's Affairs in Relieving of the Leeward Islands.
N o 60. By the General Assembly, An ACT appointing a Duty to be levied on Wines and other Strong Liquors imported this Island.
N o 61. By the General Assembly, An ACT for the Raising a pre∣sent Levy of Sugar to defray the Charges of the Platforms and Breast-works to be appointed at the several Bays and Land∣ing Places within this Island.
N o 62. By the General Assembly, An ACT for the raising a fur∣ther and sufficient Strength of Labourers for the Erecting and Finishing the Platforms and present Breast-works at the several Sea-side Ports and Bays, and Landing-Places about this Island.
N o 63. An Addition to the ACT for the Setling the Militia of this Island.
N o 64. An ACT for the satisfying some late publick Disburstments out of the Levy of Fifteen Hundred Thousand Pounds of Sugar, raised by a late Act bearing Date the Ninth of May, 1667.
N o 65. An ACT authorising the Governour of this Island for the Time being, to appoint a Provost Marshal within the same.
N o 66. An Addition to the late Act for the raising a Sum of Fifteen Hun∣dred Thousand Pounds of Sugar.
N o 67. An ACT for a speedy raising a Sum of Goods for the defray∣ing some late publick Charges, and for other the present needful publick Ʋse of this Island.
N o 68. An ACT for the supply of a further Strength of Labourers, to the finishing the present Works by the Sea-side.
N o 69. An ACT directing how the Clerks and Marshals for the several Courts of Common-Pleas within this Island shall be appointed, and what they shall receive.
N o 70. An ACT for the Supply of a further Strength of Labourers to the finishing the present Works by the Sea-side.
N o 71. An ACT for Constant Silvester, Esq. to receive the Levy of St. George's.
N o 72. An ACT for the Payment of the several Subscriptions made last Year by the Inhabitants of this Island, to accommodate the then intended Design for His Majesty's Service to the Lee∣wards Islands.
N o 73. A further Additional ACT to the ACT of the Militia of this Island.
N o 74. A further Additional ACT for the full confirmation of the Sale of certain Houses and Lands attached from Edmond Key∣zar, and sold by out-cry, unto John Jones, Gentleman, for the Satisfaction of a Debt due from the said Keyzar, as Far∣mer of the Customs of this Country.
N o 75. An ACT against the Killing of Calves.
N o 76. An ACT for the supply of a further Strength of Labourers, to the finishing the Breast-Works by the Sea-side.
N o 77. An ACT for the raising of a further Levy of Sugar, to de∣fray the Charges of the Platforms and Breast-works, to be appointed of the several Bays and Landing Places within this Island.
N o 78. An ACT for the rating of Wines and other Strong Liquors, to be Sold by Retailers.
N o 79. An ACT concerning the Commission of the Judges and their Assistants.
N o 80. An ACT appointing a Committee for setling the Publick Ac∣counts.
statutory Act 81
N o 82. An ACT to prevent the Raising, Digging, Breaking up, or taking away of any Stones in any part of the Sea or Sea-Shoars before this Island, from Barly-Bay, Windward, to Captain Thompson's Bay, Leeward.
N o 83. An ACT for Relief of such Poor Persons as have much suf∣fered by the late afflicting Hand of God.
N o 84. An ACT to prevent Forceable and Clandestine Entries into any Lands or Tenements within this Island.
N o 85. An ACT for the Speedy Recovering the Arrears of several Le∣vies hereafter mentioned.
N o 86. An ACT for the present stay of Building in St. Michael's Town, until further consideration.
N o 87. An ACT for the speedy finding out, and restoring to the right Owners what Goods, &c. have been preserved from the late Fire.
N o 88. An ACT appointing a present accommodation for His Majesty's Souldiers lately here arrived, or remaining with us.
statutory Act 89
N o 90. An ACT appointing the last Levy for the Labourers in the Windward (Regiment, alias) Division, be changed into Goods.
N o 91. An ACT reducing the Interest to Ten Pounds for One Hun∣dred in One Year.
N o 92. An ACT for preventing the Selling of Brandy and Rum in Tipling-Houses near the Broad Paths and High-ways within this Island.
N o 93. An ACT to prevent the Abuse of Lawyers, and Multiplicity of Law Suits.
N o 94. An ACT declaring the Negro Slaves of this Island to be Real Estate.
N o 95. An ACT for the Supply of some Words omitted in the former Act, bearing Date the 26th of April, 1667, being an Act of Subscription.
N o 96. An ACT continuing the Committee for setling the Publick Ac∣compts.
N o 97. An ACT for Repealing of a former Act, establishing Market-Days.
N o 98. An ACT for the more speedy Recovery of the Arrears of the late Act for Labour, &c.
N o 99. An ACT for the Rebuilding the Town of St. Michael's which was lately diminished by Fire.
N o 100. An ACT appointing a present Accommodation for His Ma∣jesty's Souldiers in this Island.
N o 101. An ACT appointing with what Materials the Town of St. Mi∣chael's to be Built, and a Repeal of a late Act relating there∣to, made in April last.
statutory Act 102
N o 103. An ACT appointing a further accommodation of the Officers and Souldiers of His Majesty's Regiment of Sir Tobias Bridges, within this Island.
N o 104. An ACT appointing Fines upon such as shall refuse Military Commands for the present Service.
N o 105. An ACT for the speedy holding a General Sessions, and Goal Delivery.
N o 106. An ACT appointing with what Materials the Town of St. Mi∣chael's is to be built, and a Repeal of a late Act relating there∣to, made in April last.
N o 107. An ACT appointing accommodation of the Souldiers of His Majesty's Regiment of Sir Tobias Bridge, to answer His Majesty's Commands for their further stay in this Island.
N o 108. An ACT for regulating and appointing the Fees of the several Offices in this Island, and other publick Ministers.
The PROVOST MARSHALS Fees.
The CLERK of the PEACE his Fees.
The CORONERS Fees.
The CLERKS of the CHANCERY, and EXA∣MINERS Fees.
The SERJEANT at ARMS his Fees.
Fees to the ORDINARY and his REGISTER.
Fees allowed the GOVERNOƲR's CLERKS in the NAVAL OFFICE, or in any other Capacity.
Fees taken by any Sworn SƲRVEYORS.
JƲSTICE of PEACE CLERK's Fees.
N o 109. An ACT for the assuring the Satisfaction of what Disburstments His Excellency William Lord Willoughby of Parham, Captain General, and Chief Governour of this and all other the Charibbee-Islands, hath been out for this Country.
N o 110. An ACT appointing a Committee for Setling the publick Ac∣counts of this Island.
N o 111. An ACT for the advancing and raising the Value of Pieces of Eighty, &c.
N o 112. An ACT appointing a further accommodation of the Souldiers of His Majesty, in the Regiment of Sir Tobias Bridge, to answer His Majesty's Commands for their future stay in this Island.
N o 113. An ACT for the Continuation of the Excise on all Strong Li∣quors imported this Island for One Year.
N o 114. An ACT prohibiting Wandering Persons from carrying of Goods and Wares in Packs or otherwise, from House to House in this Island.
N o 115. An ACT to prevent taking away Sand and Stones from the Shoar.
N o 116. An ACT for Repeal of the Clause hereafter mentioned and contained in an Act lately made and dated the 29th of April, 1668; Intituled, An ACT reducing Interest to Ten Pounds of Sugar, for One Hundred Pounds of Sugar for One Year.
N o 117. An ACT impowering the Free-holders of St. James and Christ-Church, to meet and choose a Vestry of Free-holders in the said Parishes.
statutory Act 118
N o 119. By the Deputy Governour, Council and Assembly: An ACT con∣cerning the Excise.
N o 120. An ACT impowering Mr. Thomas Pargitor to receive from the People of the Jews Nation in this Island, what remains due of their Contribution towards the Defraying of the Dis∣charge of the Disbursements made by the said Pargitor, for his Excellency Francis Lord Willoughby's Expe∣dition against His Majesty's Enemies, at the Leeward Islands.
statutory Act 121
N o 122. An Additional ACT concerning the Conveyance of Estates.
statutory Act 123
N o 124. An ACT for the more advantagious hanging of Coppers and Stills.
N o 125. An ACT appointing a Committee for setling all Publick Ac∣counts of this Island, and receiving and paying all its just Cre∣dits and Debts.
N o 126. An ACT for the continuation of the Excise on all Strong Li∣quors imported this Island for Six Months next coming.
N o 127. An ACT about Surinam. Another Act after made for Re∣peal, and is Obsolete.
N 128. An ACT appointing Bench Actions, and the manner of pro∣ceeding therein.
N o 129. An ACT concerning Spanish Money.
N o 130. An Additional ACT relating to the Militia.
N o 131. An ACT appointing Overseers of Plantations, to officiate and act as Surveyors of the High-ways and Constables.
N o 132. An ACT for the Settlement of the Government of this Island.
N o 133. By the Deputy Governour, Council and Assembly concerning the Excise.
N o 134. An Additional ACT to the ACT Intituled, An ACT ap∣pointing a Committee for setling Publick Accounts of this Island, and receiving and paying all its just Credits and Debts.
N o 135. An ACT for Continuance of the Excise.
N o 136. An Additional ACT for the further Continuance of the Au∣thority of the Commissioners for the Publick Revenue of this Island.
N o 137. An Additional ACT to the ACT concerning the Conveyance of Estates.
statutory Act 138
N o 139. An ACT to prevent Spiriting People off this Island.
N o 140. An Additional ACT to the ACT for establishing the Courts of Common Pleas within this Island.
N o 141. A Repeal of an ACT, Intituled, An ACT to prevent Mul∣tiplicity of Lawyers and Law-Suits.
N o 142. An ACT to prevent abuse of Lawyers, and Multiplicity of Law-Suits.
N o 143. An ACT for the Retailing of Wines and other Strong Li∣quors to be sold by the Retailers.
N o 144. An ACT for the Trying all Petty Larcenies at the several Quarter Sessions held within this Island.
N o 145. An ACT for the regulating and appointing the Fees of the Se∣cretary of this Island.
The SECRETARY's Fees.
N o 146. An ACT for the Incouragement of the Manufacture of this Island.
N o 147. An ACT to prohibit bringing Wines to this Island.
N o 148. An Additional ACT for the further Continuance of the Autho∣rity of Commissioners for the Publick Revenue of this Island.
N o 149. An ACT for raising an Imposition on Wines and other Strong Liquors imported this Island.
N o 150. An ACT for Levying Two Hundred Pounds of Sugar on e∣very Copper and Still, &c. within this Island.
N o 151. An ACT impowering James Beeke Esq. to build a publick Wharf in the Town of St. Michaels.
N o 152. An ACT for the Continuation of the Imposition on Wines and Strong Liquors imported this Island.
N o 153. An Additional ACT to the Act for the Levy, &c.
N o 154. An Additional ACT to the Act to prohibit bringing Wines to this Island.
N o 155. An Additional ACT for the further Continuance of the Au∣thority of the Commissioners for setling the Publick Accounts, &c.
N o 156. An ACT appointing a Duty to be levied on Liquors imported this Island.
N o 157. An ACT to prevent Depopulations.
N o 158. An ACT for the speedy getting in such Sums of Sugar as re∣main due to the Publick by several Levies appointed by se∣veral Acts.
N o 159. An ACT for recovering a Publick Debt from the Estate of Richard Romney, the late Receiver.
N o 160. An ACT for the prevention of Firing Sugar Canes.
N o 161. An Additional ACT for the further continuance of the Autho∣rity of Commissioners for Setling the Publick Accounts.
N o 162. An ACT impowering the Free-holders of the Parish of St. George's, to meet and choose a Vestry of the Free-holders in the said Parish.
N o 163. An Additional ACT for preventing the Landing of Prohibited Strong Liquors.
N o 164. An ACT impowering the Committee of the Publick Accounts of this Island, to appoint Payment to Mr. William Withington, for so much of his Account relating to the Publick Affairs, as the Country hath Benefit by.
N o 165. An ACT to Prohibit the Transporting of Ʋncured Ginger off this Island.
N o 166. An ACT for the Settlement of the Militia within this Island.
N o 167. By the Deputy Governour, Council and Assembly, for the speedy Payment of the late Levy on Coppers and Stills.
N o 168. An ACT for the continuation of an ACT, Intituled, An ACT appointing a Duty on Liquors imported this Island.
N o 169. An ACT to Repeal an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for the Recovering in a Publick Debt from the Estate of Richard Rumney the late Receiver.
N o 170. An ACT for the Annual Rating of Liquors.
N o 171. An ACT concerning Forestallers and Ingrossers of Provi∣sions.
N o 172. An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines, and prohibiting Brandy or Distilled Spirits to be imported this Island.
N o 173. An ACT concerning Persons intended to depart this Island, and the setting up their Names in the Secretary's Office and War∣rants of Arrest.
N o 174. An ACT to Repeal several Acts relating to the Prohibiting the Importation of Wines and other Liquors into this Island.
N o 175. An ACT appointing a Duty to be levied on Wines and other Strong Liquors Imported this Island.
statutory Act 176
N o 177. An Additional ACT for the further continuance of the Au∣thority of the Commissioners, for setling the Publick Ac∣counts.
N o 178. A Declarative ACT upon the ACT making Negroes Real Estate.
N o 179. An Additional ACT for the further Continuance of the Autho∣rity of the Commissioners for setling the Publick Accounts.
N o 180. A Repeal of an ACT, Intituled, An ACT to Prohibit the Importation of Brandy or other Distilled Spirits to this Island.
N o 181. An ACT appointing a Duty upon Brandy and other Distilled Liquors.
N o 182. An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Li∣quors Imported this Island.
N o 183. An ACT for the Continuation of an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Strong Li∣quors Imported this Island.
N o 184. An Additional ACT for the further continuance of the Autho∣rity of the Commissioners for setling the Publick Accounts.
statutory Act 185
N o 186. An ACT for Collecting the Arrears of divers Levies for Repair of the Fortifications.
N o 187. An ACT to confirm the Lease of Fontabell, unto His Ex∣cellency Sir Jonathan Atkins, Knight, Governour of this Island, &c.
N o 188. An ACT for taking off the Eighty Days after Execution, for future Contracts.
N o 189. An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Liquors Imported this Island.
N o 190. An ACT reviving and continuing the Authority of Commissio∣ners for setling the Publick Accounts.
N o 191. An ACT for Regulating the Gage of Sugar Cask.
N o 192. An ACT for reviving and continuing the authority of Com∣missioners for setling the Publick Account.
N o 193. An ACT for the settlement of the Militia of this Island.
N o 194. An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Liquors imported this Island.
N o 195. An ACT for allowance of a Second free Entry for the dead Production of this Island lost or taken, relating to the Four and a half per Cent.
N o 196. An ACT for reviving and continuing the Authority of Com∣missioners, for setling the Publick Accounts.
N o 197. An ACT for reviving and continuing an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Li∣quors imported this Island.
N o 198. An ACT to prevent People called Quakers, from bringing Negroes to their Meeting.
N o 199. A Supplemental ACT to a former ACT, Intituled, An ACT for the better ordering and governing of Negroes.
N o 200. An ACT for binding out of Apprentices.
N o 201. An ACT for the Explanation to the ACT of Negroes, and to prohibit the bringing of Indians to this Island.
N o 202. An ACT to prevent Frauds and Concealments in the Payment of the Excise of this Island.
N o 203. An ACT for the better enabling the Executors of William Plumley, Deceased, to sell his Estate for the Payment of his Debts.
N o 204. An ACT for reviving and continuing the Authority of Com∣missioners for setling the publick Accounts.
N o 205. An ACT appointing Satisfaction to the Owners of such Ne∣groes as have lately suffered Death for their Rebellion.
N o 206. An ACT for reviving and continuing an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Li∣quors Imported this Island; and another ACT, Intituled, An ACT to prevent Fraud and Concealments in the Payment of the Excise of this Island.
N o 207. An ACT to prevent the Inconveniences upon the Inhabitants of this Island, by Forestallers, Ingrossers and Regrators.
N o 208. An ACT to prevent the breaking up and taking away of any Rocks or Stones in any part of the Sea or Sea-Shoar before this Island.
N o 209. An ACT to burthen those who have Rent, Charges and Profits issuing out of Lands and Negroes in this Island, to bear a pro∣portion of Taxes.
N o 210. An ACT to explain a Clause in the ACT, for establishing the Courts of Common Pleas within this Island.
N o 211. An ACT for the securing the Possession of Negroes and Slaves.
N o 212. A Repeal of an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for incourage∣ment of the Manufacture of this Island.
statutory Act 213
N o 214. An ACT appointing the Sale in open Market of Effects At∣tached for the Excise, the Parish Dues and Servants Wa∣ges.
N o 215. An ACT for reviving and continuing an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Li∣quors Imported this Island; and another ACT, Intituled, An ACT to prevent Frauds and Concealments in the Payment of the Excise of this Island.
N o 216. An ACT for continuance of divers ACTS of this Island.
statutory Act 217
N o 218. An ACT for raising a Levy of Two Pounds of Sugar per Acre, and Five Pounds of Sugar per Negro.
N o 219. Expired. An Explanatory ACT to the ACT of Ʋnder-writings and Arrests.
N o 220. An ACT impowering Benjamin Middleton, Esquire, to sell his Estate for the Payment of his Debts.
statutory Act 221
N o 222. An ACT for reviving and continuing an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Li∣quors Imported this Island; and another ACT, Intituled, An ACT to prevent Frauds and Concealments in the Payment of the Excise of this Island.
statutory Act 223
N o 224. An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Liquors imported this Island.
N o 225. An ACT to enable Colonel William Bate to receive the Debts by him contracted relating to the Excise.
N o 226. An ACT to continue the ACT of the Militia.
N o 227. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT for allowance of a second free Entry of the dead Productions of this Island lost or taken, &c. relating to the Four and a half per Cent.
N o 228. An ACT for the supply of a Strength of Labourers to the Repairing and finishing of Fortifications and Breast-works, and Building new ones, where occasion requires.
statutory Act 229
N o 230. A Supplemental ACT to the ACT of Excise.
N o 231. An ACT for the better Regulating the manner of giving Tic∣kets out of the Secretary's Office.
N o 232. An ACT to continue the ACT of Militia.
N o 233. An ACT for raising a further Levy to defray the Charge of Building, Rebuilding and Repairing our several Fortifications and Breast-works.
N o 234. An ACT for the Supply of a further Strength of Labourers to the Repairing and finishing of Fortifications and Breast-works, and building new ones where occasion requires.
N o 235. A Supplemental ACT to the late ACT for a further Sup∣ply of Labourers to the Repairing and Finishing Fortifications and Breast-works.
statutory Act 236
statutory Act 237
N o 238. An ACT to strengthen the Militia of this Island.
N o 239. An ACT to revive the Excise.
N o 240. An ACT for the setling Six Acres and Thirty Perches of Land and Two Negroes in the Representatives of the Parish of Christ-church, for maintaining Five poor People by the Gift of Mr. Philip Trowel.
N o 241. An ACT appointing a Committee for setling the publick Ac∣counts of this Island.
N o 242. An ACT to continue the ACT of the Militia.
N o 243. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT for binding out Apprentices.
N o 244. An ACT to continue an ACT to prevent the breaking and taking away of any Rocks or Stones in any part of the Sea or Sea-Shoar before this Island.
N o 245. An ACT to continue an ACT to burthen those who have Rent-Charges and Profits issuing out of Land and Negroes in this Island, to bear a proportion of Taxes.
N o 246. An ACT to continue the ACT of Excise.
N o 247. An ACT for raising a Publick Stock to discharge the Losses of Negroes suffering by appointment of Law.
statutory Act 248
N o 249. An ACT for continuance of divers ACTS of this Island.
N o 250. An ACT for raising a Levy to defray the Charge of Building, Rebuilding and Repairing our several Fortifications and Breast-works, and other Publick Occasions.
N o 251. An ACT for the better enabling the Executors of William Plumley, Deceased, to sell his Estate for the Payment of his Debts.
N o 252. An ACT to continue the ACT of Excise.
N o 253. An ACT to continue the ACTS of the Militia.
N o 254. An ACT for the more effectual putting in Execution a Sta∣tute of England, Intituled, An ACT for preventing Dan∣ger which may happen from Popish Recusants.
N o 255. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT appointing a Com∣mittee for setling the publick Accounts of this Island.
N o 256. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT for securing the Possession of Negroes and Slaves.
N o 257. An ACT for the speedy Collecting of all arrears of Levies of Sugar and Labour of Hands appointed by divers ACTS for the speedy Finishing the Fortificaions and Breast-works of this Island.
N o 258. An ACT to revive and continue several ACTS of the Mi∣litia.
N o 259. An ACT Repealing an ACT for allowance of a second free Entry of the dead Productions of this Island lost or taken, and relating to the Four and a half per Cent.
N o 260. An ACT to continue an ACT for the better Regulating the manner of giving Tickets out of the Secretary's Office.
N o 261. An ACT for destroying Wild Monkies and Raccoons.
N o 262. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT, appointing a Com∣mittee for settling the Publick Accounts of this Island.
N o 263. An ACT for raising a Levy to defray the Charge of Build∣ing, Repairing and Finishing the Leeward Fortifications and Breast-works, and other Publick Occasions of this Island.
N o 264. An ACT for the settlement of the Militia of this Island.
N o 265. An ACT for settling an Impost on the Commodities of the Growth of this Island.
N o 266. An ACT concerning Replevins.
N o 267. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT appointing a Com∣mittee for setling the publick Accounts.
statutory Act 268
N o 269. An ACT for a Supply of a further Strength of Labourers to the Repairing and Finishing of Forts and Fortificaions, and building new ones where occasion require, and raising Money for defraying the necessary Charges thereof.
N o 270. An ACT appointing a Committee for setling the publick Accounts of this Island.
N o 271. An ACT to revive and continue divers ACTS of this I∣sland.
N o 272. Expired. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for taking off the Eighty Days after Execution for future Contracts.
N o 273. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT appointing the Sale in open Markets of Effects attached for the Excise, the Parish Dues, and Servants Wages. And a Declarative ACT, upon the ACT making Negroes Real Estate.
N o 274. An ACT for computing the Arrears of Publick Levies into Money.
N o 275. An ACT to revive and continue divers ACTS of this Island.
N o 276. An ACT for the raising a Levy for the better defraying some Publick Occasions.
N o 277. An ACT to confirm the Lease of Fontabell to his His Ex∣cellency Sir Richard Dutton, Knight, Governour of this Island.
N o 278. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT, appointing a Com∣mittee for settling the Publick Accounts of this Island.
statutory Act 279
N o 280. An ACT to revive an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for the settlement of the Militia of this Island.
N o 281. An ACT for the destroying Wild Monkies and Raccoons.
N o 282. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for the settlement of the Militia of this Island.
N o 283. An ACT for the better Regulating the manner of giving Tickets out of the Secretary's Office.
N o 284. An ACT to incourage the bringing of Christian Servants, and to prevent their running away, or being sent off this Island.
N o 285. An Additional ACT to an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for a Levy on Land and Negroes to discharge the necessary Debts, and for providing for the security of this Island.
N o 286. An ACT appointing the Sale in open Markets of Effects at∣tached for Arrears.
N o 287. An ACT for raising Monies to the Fortifications of this Island, and for other Services of His Majesty.
N o 288. An Additional ACT, to an ACT Intituled, An ACT for the Raising Monies for the Fortifications of this Island, and other Services of His Majesty.
N o 289. An ACT for the regulating the Gage of Sugar Cask.
N o 290. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT, Intituled, A Supplemental ACT to a former ACT for the better Or∣dering and Governing of Negroes; and an ACT Intituled, An ACT for the securing the Possession of Negroes.
N o 291. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT appointing a Com∣mittee for setling the Publick Accounts of this Island.
N o 292. An ACT for a Levy upon Wind-Mills.
N o 293. An ACT for the further acommodation of his Excellency in his intended Voyage.
N o 294. An ACT to continue an ACT, appointing a Committee for settling the Publick Accounts of this Island.
N o 295. An ACT for the ascertaining the Bounds of the several Pa∣rishes, and inclosing the Church-Yards within this Island.
N o 296. An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Liquors imported this Island.
N o 297. An ACT to revive an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for the Settlement of the Militia of this Island.
N o 298. An ACT appointing a Committee for setling the Publick Accounts of this Island.
N o 299. An ACT for holding a Court of Grand Sessions, Oyer and Terminer, general Goal Delivery, and Commission of the Peace in this Island.
N o 300. An ACT for more speedy Remedy in Distresses taken Damage fesant, and Trespasses done by Horses, Cattel, and other li∣ving Chattels.
N o 301. An ACT to revive an ACT, Intituled, A Supplemental ACT to a former ACT for the better Ordering and Governing of Negroes.
N o 302. An ACT to continue an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for the settlement of the Militia of this Island.
N o 303. An ACT to impower Attorneys to confess Judgment upon particular Warrants.
N o 304. An ACT impowering the Committee of Publick Accounts to Col∣lect the Arrears of Labourers.
N o 305. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT for the destroying of Wild Monkies and Raccoons.
N o 306. How Pyrates and Felonies done upon the Sea shall be tried and punished.
N o 307. An ACT to raise a Sum of Money to farm the Duty of Four and a Half per Cent. upon Commodities of the Produce of this Country Exported this Island.
N o 308. An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Liquors imported this Island.
N o 309. An ACT to confirm the Lease of Fontable, unto His Ex∣cellency Sir Richard Dutton, Knight, &c.
N o 310. An ACT impowering the Committee of Publick Accounts to collect the Arrears of Labourers.
N o 311. An ACT to revive and continue divers ACTS of this Island.
N o 312. An ACT for a Levy upon Negroes.
N o 313. An ACT for the Governing and Retaining within this Island, all such Rebels Convict, as by His Majesty's most Sacred Or∣der or Permit, have been, or shall be Transported from his European Dominions to this Place.
N o 314. An ACT appointing a Treasurer of this Island.
N o 315. An ACT appointing a Committee for setling the Publick Ac∣counts of this Island
N o 316. An ACT to continue an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Liquors imported this Island.
N o 317. An ACT to revive and continue divers ACTS of this I∣sland.
N o 318. An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Strong Liquors imported this Island.
N o 319. An ACT for laying a Duty on Shipping for the Building of Peers, and clearing the Bar in Carslile Road.
N o 320. An ACT impowering a Committee to Collect the Laws.
N o 321.
N o 322. An ACT to revive and continue divers ACTS of this Island.
N o 323. An ACT to continue an ACT, Intituled, An ACT im∣powering a Committee to Collect the Laws of this Island.
N o 324. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT appointing a Com∣mittee for setling the Publick Accounts of this Island.
N o 325. An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Strong Liquors imported this Island.
N o 326. An ACT to confirm the Lease of Fontabell, to the Ho∣nourable Edwin Stede, Esquire.
N o 327. An Additional and Explanatory ACT to an ACT, Inti∣tuled, An ACT for the Governing of Servants, and Or∣daining Rights between Masters and Servants.
N o 328. An ACT to revive and continue divers ACTS of this Island.
N o 329. An ACT for the Governing of Negroes.
N o 330.
N o 331. An ACT for binding out, and Ordering Poor Apprentices.
N o 334. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT for laying an Im∣position on Wines and other strong Liquors imported this Island.
N o 335. An ACT for the better Regulating of Outcries in Open Mar∣ket.
N o 336. An ACT for the securing the Possession of Negroes and Slaves.
N o 337. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT, Intituled, An ACT to incourage the bringing in of Christian Servants, and to prevent their Running away, and being sent off this Island.
N o 338. An ACT to Repeal an ACT, Intituled, An ACT to pre∣vent Depopulation.
N o 339. An ACT for a Levy upon Negroes.
N o 340. An Additional ACT, to an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for the settlement of the Militia of this Island.
N o 341. An ACT for a Levy upon Negroes.
N o 342. An ACT for a Levy upon Negroes.
N o 343. An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Strong Liquors imported this Island.
N o 344. An ACT appointing a Committee for setling the Publick Accounts of this Island.
N o 345. An ACT declaring the further uses of an ACT for a Levy upon Negroes.
N o 346. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT, Intituled, An ACT to incourage the bringing in of Christian Servants, and to prevent their Running away, or being sent off this Island.
N o 347. An ACT for the further Accommodation of His Excellency in his intended Voyage.
N o 348. An ACT to incourage Artificers and others to take Appren∣tices.
N o 349. An ACT for the better assertaining how the Bonds forfeited for carrying Persons off this Island without a Ticket shall be imployed.
N o 350. An ACT to establish and ascertain the Bushel Weight, by which all sorts of Corn, Pulse or other the Produce of this Island shall be bought and sold.
N o 351. An ACT for regulating the exorbitant Rates demanded and re∣ceived by Masters of Ships and others for Freight of Su∣gars, &c. for Europe.
N o 352. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Strong Li∣quors imported this Island.
N o 353. An ACT to confirm the Lease of Fontable to His Excel∣lency Colonel James Kendal.
N o 354. An ACT appointing a Committee for setling the Publick Ac∣counts of this Island.
N o 355. An ACT to Repeal an ACT, for the Governing and Re∣taining within this Island all such Rebels Convict, as by His Majesty's most Sacred Order or Permit, have been or shall be Transported from His European Dominions to this Place.
N o 356. An ACT for a Levy upon Mills Negroes, and Inhabitants of the several Towns within this Island, for their Houses, Trades and Personal Estates.
statutory Act 357
N o 358. An ACT appointing what Freeholders shall be deemed capable to elect or be elected Representatives, Vestry-Men, or serve as Jurors to try real Actions within this Island.
N o 359. An ACT for Prohibiting the several Clerks of the Courts of Common Pleas within this Island, to practise as Attorneys in the Courts where they are Clerks.
N o 360. An ACT declaring in what manner the Salaries and Ex∣pences of Edward Littleton and William Bridges, Esquires, Agents in England, appointed for Solliciting of the Affairs of this Island shall be paid.
N o 361. An ACT to Repeal a Clause of an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for a Levy upon Mills, Negroes and Inhabitants of the several Towns within this Island, for their Houses, Trade and Personal Estates.
N o 362. An Additional ACT to an ACT, Intituled, An ACT to raise and provide a Strength of Labourers for Intrenching and Fortifying this Island in such Places as His Excellency shall direct.
N o 363. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT for laying an Im∣position on Wines and other strong Liquors imported this Island.
N o 364. An ACT for the enabling the Honourable William Sharp, Esq. Son and Heir of Colonel William Sharp, late of this Island, Deceased, to sell and convey a part of his Land being waste and unimproved, for the Payment of his Father's Debts, and some other Debts contracted in his Minority, which is now a Burthen upon the said Estate; as also to enable him to stock and fully improve the remainder.
N o 365. An ACT to prohibit and hinder the Inhabitants of this Island, to imploy their Negroes and other Slaves in Buying and Sell∣ing.
N o 366. A Supplemental ACT to an ACT, Intituled, An ACT to raise and provide a Strength of Labourers for intrenching and fortifying this Island in such Places as his Excellency shall direct.
N o 367. An ACT to secure and reimburse the Honourable Colonel Ri∣chard Salter, Treasurer of this Island, all such Sums of Mo∣ney, together with the Interest of the same, after the Rate of Ten per Cent. per Annum he shall lend and accommodate towwards the hiring, equipping and fitting out Two Ships, Sloops or other Vessels of War for the Defence of this I∣sland.
N o 368. A further Supplemental ACT to an ACT, Intituled, An ACT to raise and provide a Strength of Labourers for in∣trenching and fortifying this Island in such Places as his Excel∣lency shall direct.
N o 369. An ACT for Accommodating and Quartering their Majesty's Souldiers lately arrived here.
N o 370. An ACT appointing a Committee for setling the Publick Accounts of this Island.
N o 371. A Declarative ACT to an ACT, Intituled, An ACT to raise and provide a Strength of Labourers for intrenching and fortifying this Island in such Places as his Excellency shall di∣rect, and the Additional and Supplemental Acts thereto.
N o 372. An ACT enabling John Kirton, Gentleman, to Sell certain Lands in the Parish of Christ-church, in the Island of Bar∣bados, for the Payment of his Debts.
N o 373. An ACT appointing what Freeholders shall be deemed ca∣pable to Elect or be Elected Representatives, Vestry-men, or serve as Jurors to try real Actions within this Island.
N o 374. A Declarative ACT concerning Trade.
N o 375. An ACT to Raise, Arm and Accouter One Thousand Men for an Expedition against the French.
N o 376. A Supplemental and Explanatory ACT to an ACT, Intituled, An ACT to Raise, Arm and Accouter One Thousand Men for an Expedition against the French.
N o 377. An ACT appointing an Oath to be taken by all such as by the Laws of this Island are or shall be impowered to hear and de∣termine Writs of Error and Petitions of Grievances, and all other Matters of Equity whatsoever.
N o 378. An ACT for incouragement of all Negroes and Slaves, that shall discover any Conspiracy.
N o 379. An Additional ACT to an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for the Governing of Negroes.
N o 380. An ACT for the free Quartering a Regiment of Their Ma∣jesties Souldiers.
N o 381. An ACT appointing Persons to ride Armed.
N o 382. An ACT for prohibiting the Selling of Rum or other Strong Liquors to any Negro or other Slave.
N o 383. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT, Intituled, An ACT to prohibit and hinder the Inhabitants of this Island to imploy their Negroes and other Slaves in Buying and Sell∣ing.
N o 384. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT for laying an Impo∣sition on Wines and other strong Liquors imported to this Island.
N o 385. An ACT for defraying the Charge of accommodating the Court Martial and Officers appointed for the Trial of Negroes.
N o 386. An ACT for setling the Rates of Freight for Commodities of the Produce of this Island Ship'd for Europe.
N o 387. An ACT for a present Accommodation of Their Majesty's Forces arrived and daily expected.
N o 388. An ACT appointing a Committee for setling the Publick Ac∣counts of this Island.
N o 389. An ACT for a Present to the Governour.
N o 390. An ACT to raise and provide a Strength of Labourers to clean the Trenches, and repair the Breast-works and Fortifica∣tions of this Island, as his Excellency shall direct.
statutory Act 391
N o 392. An ACT appointing a Comptroller.
N o 393. An ACT for adding some new Commissioners for setling the Accounts of the late Expedition.
N o 394. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Strong Liquors imported this Island.
N o 395. An ACT for the speedy Supplying Their Majesties Ships of War the Tyger and the Mermaid with Men.
N o 396. An ACT for raising a Levy to discharge the Debts of this Island.
N o 397. An Additional ACT to an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Strong Liquors im∣ported this Island.
N o 398. An ACT appointing a Committee for setling the Publick Ac∣counts of this Island.
N o 399. An ACT for a present Supply of the Necessities of this Island.
N o 400. An ACT for an equal Quartering of the Souldiers of his Ex∣cellencies Regiment lately arrived and that shall arrive.
N o 401. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Strong Li∣quors imported this Island. And an Additional ACT to an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Strong Liquors imported this Island.
N o 402. An ACT to prevent the breaking up and taking away of any Rocks or Stones in any part of the Sea or Sea-Shoars before this Island.
N o 403. An ACT to remit the Forfeitures incurred by non-payment of the Levies imposed by an ACT for a present Supply of the Necessities of this Island.
N o 404. An ACT for setting forth the Brigandeen Marygold now taken up in the Service of this Island, and defraying other pres∣sing Necessities thereof.
N o 405. An ACT impowering the Freeholders of the Parish of St. John's, to meet and choose a Vestry of Freeholders in the said Pa∣rish.
N o 406. An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Strong Liquors imported this Island.
N o 407. An ACT for Securing such Persons as shall advance Seven Hundred and Four Pounds Sterling, for Victualling of His Majesty's Ships of War, the Bristol and the Play Prize, and the furnishing them with other present Necessities.
N o 408. An ACT appointing the Agents and the Payment of their Sallaries for the solliciting the Affairs of this Country.
N o 409. An ACT for a Present of Two Thousand Pounds Sterling, to the Honourable Francis Russel, Esquire.
N o 410. An ACT for Additional Supply of the Souldiers of His Ma∣jesty's Regiment of Foot, whereof his Excellency Francis Russel, Esquire is Colonel.
N o 411. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT for laying an Im∣position on Wines and other Strong Liquors imported this Island.
N o 412. An ACT for a Present of Two Thousand Pounds Sterling, unto the Honourable Francis Russel, Esquire.
N o 413. An ACT appointing a Committee for setling the Publick Accounts of this Island.
N o 414. An ACT for laying an Imposition on Wines and other Strong Li∣quors imported this Island.
N o 415. An ACT for taking up a Sloop to fetch up the Men from the Leeward Islands.
N o 416. An ACT for raising a Levy to set out Ships, and incourage Privateers.
N o 417. An ACT for the Encouragement of Privateers.
N o 418. An ACT impowering Philip Kirton, Gent. to Sell certain Lands in the Parish of Christ-church.
N o 419. An ACT to encourage the bringing in of Christian Servants to this Island.
N o 420. An ACT for the supply of Commission Officers of His Ma∣jesty's Regiment, whereof his Excellency Francis Russel is Colonel.
N o 421. An ACT impowering the Freeholders of the Parish of St. Tho∣mas, to meet and choose a Vestry of Freeholders in the said Parish.
N o 422. An ACT to raise and provide a strength of Labourers to clear the Trenches, and repair the Breast-works and Fortifi∣cations of this Island.
N o 423. A Supplemental ACT to an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for the Settlement of the Militia of this Island.
statutory Act 424
N o 425. An ACT for the speedy supply of Arms, Ammunitions, Stores and white Servants.
N o 426. An ACT declaring the decision of all Controverted Elections of Members to serve in the General Assembly, to be legally and rightfully in the Representatives of His Majesty's Liege People of this Island.
N o 427. An ACT to raise and provide a strength of Labourers to clear the Trenches, and repair the Breast-works and Fortifications of this Island.
N o 428. A Supplemental and Explanatory ACT to an ACT, Inti∣tuled, An ACT for Binding and Ordering poor Appren∣tices.
N o 429. An ACT that the Solemn Affirmation and Declaration of the People called Quakers, shall be accepted instead of an Oath in the usual Form.
N o 430. An ACT to disable the Judges from Pleading and Practising in any of the Courts of this Island.
N o 431. An ACT to Repeal an ACT, Intituled, An ACT for laying a Duty on Shipping for the Building of Peers, and clearing the Bar in Carlisle-Road.
N o 432. An ACT appointing a Committee for setling the Publick Accounts of this Island.
N o 433. An ACT to revive and continue an ACT for laying an Im∣position on Wines and other Strong Liquors imported this Island.
N o 434. An ACT declaring how the Charges and Expences for the taking up and fitting out the Ship Providence Frigot, and the Ship Benjamin which were lately imployed in the Country's Ser∣vice, shall be born and paid.
N o 435. An ACT to keep inviolate, and preserve the Freedom of E∣lections, and appointing who shall be deemed Freeholders, and be capable of Electing, or being Elected Representatives, Vestry-Men, or to serve as Jurors to try Real Actions within this Island.
N o 436. An ACT to ascertain the Duty of Masters of Ships and Merchants for the Payment of an Impost of Powder on the Tunnage.
N o 437. An ACT for the Settlement of the Militia of this Island.
N o 438. An ACT for the better Securing the Liberty of His Majesty's Subjects within this Island, and preventing long Imprison∣ment.
N o 439. An ACT impowering the Freeholders of the Parish of St. Peters All-Saints, to meet and chuse a Vestry of Freeholders in the said Parish, &c.
N o 440. An ACT impowering the Freeholders of the Parish of St. Lu∣cy, to meet and chuse a Vestry of Freeholders in the said Pa∣rish, &c.
N o 441. An ACT to declare and ascertain the Rights and Powers of the General Assembly of this Island.
N o 442. An ACT to settle Five Hundred Pounds per Annum on His Excellency for His Habitation.
N o 443. An ACT for Two Thousand Pounds for his Excellency's Charges of his Voyage towards the better Support for the Go∣vernment.
An ACT concerning the General Sessions.