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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, October 25, 1711-October 19, 1714
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78 Assembly Proceedings, Oct. 23-Nov. 3, 1711.

Bacon

of such Land, and all Persons interested therein, according to
their several and respective Interests: And what Sum of To-
bacco the said Jury shall adjudge the said Land to be worth,
shall be paid to the Owners, and all Persons interested therein,
by the Public of this Province.
III. And to the End that the Bounds of the said Land may
be ascertained, and the Commissioners aforesaid, and Jury,
the better enabled to judge of the true Value thereof, the said
Commissioners are hereby impowered to employ the Surveyor
of the County aforesaid, or some other skilful Person, in their
Presence, to survey, lay out, and bound the same; which said
Lines, so as aforesaid laid out, shall be marked on Trees, or
other Land-Marks to perpetuate the Bounds thereof: The said
Commissioners to return fair Certificates of their Proceedings
to the Clerks of the Provincial Court, and Somerset County
Court, for the Time being, to be by them Recorded in the said
respective Courts.
IV. And be it Enacted by the Authority aforesaid, That
when such Land is laid out and paid for by the Public as afore-
said, the Property thereof shall, by virtue of this Act, be vested
in the Honourable Colonel Thomas Ennalls, and Lieut. Col.
George Gale, and their Heirs, to and for the Use of the said
Indians, so long as they shall occupy the same; and afterwards
shall be disposed of as the General Assembly of this Province
shall direct.
V. And that such Laying out, and Payment as aforesaid,
and this Act, shall for ever bar the Heir or Heirs at Law, or
his or their Assigns, or any other Persons whatsoever, of the
Reversion or Remainder, Right, Claim, or Demand whatso-
ever, of, in, or to the said Land, or any Part or Parcel thereof;
any Law, Statute, Usage or Custom to the contrary notwith-
standing.
Reverdy Ghiselin
Thomas Bacon.



 
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