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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1727-1729 With Appendix of Statutes, 1714-1726
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baccb for his Fee and no more; unless the Party prosecuted shall
traverse, and in-such Cases Two Hundred Pounds of Tobacco for
his Fee and no more.
And to any Attorney, or other Person, practising the Law in the
Provincial Court, High-Court of Chancery, Commissary's Court,
Court of Vice-Admiralty, or for Prosecuting or Defending any Ap-
peals, Writs of Error, or any other Matter or Thing whatsoever,
before His Honour the Governour and Council, the several Sums
hereafter expressed and set down, (to wit,) For Prosecuting or
Defending any Cause, Plaint or Action, of what Nature soever, in
the Provincial-Court, to final Judgment, Agreement, or other End
thereof, the Sum of Four Hundred Pounds of Tobacco and no
more.
For any Fee in the High Court of Chancery, and Court of Vice-
Admiralty, Six Hundred Pounds of Tobacco and no more.
For any Fee in the Commissary's Court, Four Hundred Pounds
of Tobacco, and no more.
For any Fee upon any Writ of Error or Appeal, which shall be
brought before the Governour and Council, Six Hundred Pounds
of Tobacco and no more.
For drawing Petition, Pleading, or Defending any Cause before
the General Assembly, the Sum of Four Hundred Pounds of To-
bacco, and no more. If a Bill drawn and engross'd thereon, then
Two Hundred Pounds of Tobacco more.
For Pleading, or Defending any Cause, Matter, or Thing, before
His Lordship's Agent, or Judge in Land Affairs, the Sum of Three
Hundred Pounds of Tobacco, and no more.
To his Lordship's Attorney-General, or Prosecutor, for any Ac-
tion or Cause, in the Provincial-Court, or at the Assizes, at the Suit
of his Lordship, by Indictment, Presentment, Information, or other-
ways, the Sum of Four Hundred Pounds of Tobacco, and [no]
more.
And be it further Enacted, by the Authority, Advice and Consent
aforesaid, That it shall not, nor may be lawful, for any Attorney,
Practitioner, Counsellor, or Adviser in the Law, whatsoever, from
and after the End of this present Session of Assembly, to advise,
sue for, prosecute, defend, or implead, any Person or Persons what-
soever, in any Action or Actions, hereafter to be commenced in any
of the Courts or Jurisdictions of this Province, unless he or they do
first apply him or themselves to such Court or Courts, Jurisdiction
or Jurisdictions, where such Action or Actions are to be prosecuted,
defended, or impleaded, and then and there take the following Oath ;
which Oath, the Justice or Justices, or any other Judge or Judges,
of the several Courts or Jurisdictions, are hereby impowered and
required to administer, before they admit such Attorney, or Attor-

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