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Author: Massachusetts.
Title: The general laws and liberties of the Massachusets colony
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The general laws and liberties of the Massachusets colony
Massachusetts.

Cambridge [Mass.]: Printed by Samuel Green for John Usher of Boston, 1672.
Alternate titles: Laws, etc.
Notes:
Errata: p. 170.
Includes bibliographical references.
"A summary of the laws foregoing, alphabetically digested ..." [i.e. index]: p. [1]-[27].
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Law -- Massachusetts -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A50067.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE GENERALL LAWS OF THE MASSACHƲSETS COLONY, REVISED AND PUBLISHED, BY ORDER OF THE GENERAL COURT in October 1658.
Ability. Age.
Age for Plantiffs and Defendants.
Actions.
APPEAL.
Appearance. Non-appearance.
APPAREL.
As an Addition to the Laws about Apparel.
ARRESTS.
Attachments. Summons.
Marshalls may serve Attachments.
BAKERS.
BALLAST.
BARRATRY.
BENEVOLENCE.
BILLS.
BOND-SLAVERY.
Bounds of Towns and Persons.
BREWERS.
Breach of the Peace.
Judgement for Title of House or Land.
BRIDGES.
Burglary and Theft.
CAPITAL LAWS.
Cask and Cooper. Gager. Packer.
To Regulate Coopers-Staves.
Cattle Corn-fields. Fences.
FENCE.
Causes Small Causes.
Charges Publick.
RATING STRANGERS.
Children and Youth.
Chirurgions, Midwives, Physitians.
Clerke of the Writts.
COLLEDGE.
CONDEMNED.
CONSTABLES.
Conveyances, Deeds and Writings.
COƲNCIL.
COƲNSEL. ADVICE.
COƲRTS.
Courts Ajournments.
CRƲELTY.
Death Ʋntimely.
DEBTS by BOOK.
Deputies for the General Court:
DISTRESSE.
DOWRIES.
DROVERS.
ECCESIASTICAL.
ELECTIONS.
ESCHEATS.
FARMS.
Faires and Markets.
FERRIES.
FINES.
Firing and Burning.
Fish. Fishermen.
FORGERY.
FORNICATION.
Freemen. Non-Freemen.
Galloping in Boston streets.
Gaming and Dancing.
Heresie Error.
HIDES and SKINS.
HIGH-WAYES.
HORSES, MARES.
Idle Persons.
JESƲITES.
IMPOSTS.
Impost on Wine and Strong Liquors.
Impost upon all Goods and Provisions.
IMPRESSES.
IMPRISONMENT.
INDIANS.
INDITEMENTS.
In-keepers, Ordinaries. Tipling, Drunkenness.
Judgements and Executions.
JƲRORS. JƲRIES.
Lands, free Lands.
LEATHER.
Liberties Common.
LYING.
MAN-SLAƲGHTER.
MARITIME AFFAIRES.
SECT. I.
SECT. II.
SECT. III.
SECT. IV.
SECT. V.
SECT. VI.
SECT. VII.
SECT. VIII.
SECT. IX.
SECT. X.
SECT. XI.
SECT. XII.
SECT. XIII.
SECT. XIV.
SECT. XV.
SECT. XVI.
SECT. XVII.
SECT. XVIII.
SECT. XIX.
SECT. XX.
SECT. XXI.
SECT. XXII.
SECT. XXIII.
SECT. XXIV.
SECT. XXV.
SECT. XXVI.
SECT. XXVII.
Marriages and Married Persons.
MARSHAL.
Masters, Servants, Labourers.
MALT.
Mills, Millers.
MILITARY.
MINES.
MONEY.
MONOPOLIES.
Oaths Subscriptions.
Strangers Oath.
OPPRESSION.
PAYMENTS.
PETITIONS.
PIPES-STAVES.
POOR.
POSSESSION.
PORTERS.
Pound. Pound-breach.
POWDER.
Prescriptions.
Prisoners, Prison, House of Correction.
Protestations contra Remonstrance.
Punishment, Torture.
Records, Recorders, Clerks.
REPLEVIN.
SABBATH.
SAILERS.
SALT.
SALT-PEETER.
Seal-Publick.
SCHOOLS.
SELF-MƲRTHER.
SHEEP.
Ships, Ship-Carpenters.
SPINNING.
STRAYES.
STRANGERS.
Sureties and Goods Attached.
Swearing and Cursing.
SWINE.
TILE-EARTH.
TOBACCO.
Tolling of Cattle.
TOWN-SHIP.
To the Constable of A.
TREASƲRERS.
TRYALS.
VAGABONDS.
VOTES.
ƲSƲRY.
WAMPAMPEAG.
WATCHING.
Weights and Measures.
VVHARFAGE.
WILLS.
VVITNESSES.
WOLVES.
WOOD.
VVORKMEN.
VVRECKS OF THE SEA.
WRITS.
PRESIDENTS & FORMES of things frequently Ʋsed.
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The Form of the Oath to be Administred to the Sergeant-Majors of the several Regiments, and so Mutatis Mutandis to the other Military Officers.
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ERRATA.
A Summary of the LAWS foregoing Alphabetically Digested,
half title
JƲRIES VERDICT.
SƲRETIES.
No strong Liquor to Workmen.
MILITARY.
Book-Debts.
BƲRGLARY.
HIDES.
INDIANS PORK.
SCOLDES.