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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1693-1697
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114 Assembly Proceedings, Sept. 20-Oct. 18, 1694.

Lib. L. L. 2.

the Common Law and from thence to the high Court of
Chancery where the suite Ended and the said Bishop recov-
ered all the said Lands and Appurtenances thereunto belong-
ing in which suites he for Costs Charges ffees and Expences
did Expend to the sume of fifty thousand pounds of Tobbacco
by the Long Continuance of the said Suites And whereas the
said Richard and William his sons are now in England under
age and whereas the Expences aforesaid were for himselfe and
them Jointly Expended and for that the said Debt and
Interrest of the same will before the said Children Come to
Age Eat out the said Estate, he does therefore pray That it

p. 76

may be Enacted and Be it Enacted by the King and Queens
most Excell' Maties by and with the Advice and Consent of
this Present Genll Assembly and the Authority of the same
That he the said Richard Bishop for the reasons aforesaid and
for payment of the Debt aforesaid may be Impowered and
Lawfully Authorized to Grant Bargain Sell Alien Enffeoff and
Confirm to any person or persons That will purchace the
same so much of the said Land as will amount to the said
Sume of fifty Thousand pounds of Tobbacco upon any part
thereof the Mannr house and Plantation Excepted & that the
Sale be good and Valid in Law & indefeaseable in ffee simple
against any person or persons whatsoever Provided That the

Quantity that shall be alienated Exceed not above Eight

hundred Acres there being no other way or Expedient that
Can be found for paying the Debt as aforesaid and relief of
him the sd Richd Bishop and Discharging the Debt upon the
said Lands as aforesd acrued.

An Act for Tonnage & Ascerteining Navall Officers ffees.
Be it Enacted by the King and Queens most Excellent
Maties by and with the Advice and Consent of this present
Generall Assembly and the Authority of the same That the
Severall and respective Master or Masters of all Ships or
Vessells Tradeing and Coming into this Province of what

p. 77

burthen soever shall att the time of Entring such Ships or
Vessells as aforesaid pay unto the Governor of this Province
for the time being three pence p Ton for every Ton of Bur-
then the said ship shall be of (all such Ships and Vessells as
are bona fide built in and belonging to the people of this Pro-
vince Excepted) or give good Caution to the Navall Officer
with whom he or they shall Enter for the paymt thereof And
it is hereby Enacted by the Authority aforesaid by and with
the Advice and Consent aforesaid That the severall and
respective Navall Officers of this Province within their Severall
and respective Districts for the severall Acts and things relate-
ing to his or their Office by him or them hereby enjoyned to



 
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