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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 26, 1715-August 10, 1716
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226 Assembly Proceedings, April 26-June 3, 1715.

C. P.

p. 3

belong to your most Sacred Majty and that you are and of
Right ought to be by the Laws of your Realme of Great Brit-
taine our most Gracious Sovereige Leige Lord George by the
Grace of God of Great Brittaine ffrance and Ireland King
Defendr of the faith &c In and to whose princely person and
progeny your Successors in the protestant Line as by Law
Established the Royall Estate Crown and Dignity of the afd
Realmes and Domns with all Honrs Stiles Titles Regalities
Prerogatives Powers Jurisdiccdns and Authorities to the same
belonging are most fully Lawfully and Intirely Invested and
Incorporated United and forever Annexed And thereunto wee
most Humbly and faithfully doe Submitt and Oblige Ourselves
our heirs and posterity forever untill the Last drop of our
blood be spent and doe beseech your Majty to Accept hereof
as the first fruits in this Genll Assembly of Our Loyalty and
faith to your Majty and your Royall progeny forever.

May the 4th 1715

On the Behalfe of our Sovereigne Lord George by the
Grace of God of Great Brittaine ffrance and Ireland King
Defender of the faith &c I will this be a Law
Jo: Hart

p. 4

An Act prohibitting the Importation of bread beer flower,
Mault, wheat, or other Indian or English Graine or Meale
Horses Mares Colts or ffilleys from Pensilvania and the
Territory's thereto belonging

Bee it Enacted by the Kings most Excellt Majty and with
the Advice and Consent of his Majestys Governt Councill and
Assembly of this province and the Authority of the same that
from and after the end of this Session of Assembly it shall not
be Law full for any pson or psons whatsoever to Import or
Cause to be Imported from the province of Pensilvania or the
Territorys thereto belonging or from any other plantacon or
Province or Colony in this Continent in America into any part
of this province by Land or by Water any Quantity or Quan-
titys of Bread, Beer, fflower, Mault, Wheat, or other English
or Indian Graine or Meale Horse or Horses Mare or Mares
nor any Colt ffilley or Tobo (Except Tobo from Virginia to
this place for Loading Ships) on pain and penalty that who-
soever shall Import Contrary to this Act any the things afd
shall loose and fforfeit the same one halfe to his Majty his heirs

p. 5

and Successors for the Support of the Governmt of this prov-
ince the Other halfe to him or them that shall Seize or Give
Information of the Same whereby they may be seized.



 
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