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The Old DominionNts and slaves The selling rates for wines and strong waters were fixed a proper penalty attached to the planting of tobacco contrary to the statute a regulation for the mending of the highways adopted a fine imposed for non attendance at church the Navigation Act formally protested against the trainbands strengthened an appropriation made for the erection of new whipping posts and pillories a cruel mistress deprived of the slave she had mistreated a harborer of schismatics publicly reproved and a conciliatory message and present sent to the up river Indians when the Assembly adjourned with the consciousness of having nobly done its duty Th.
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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to wwwmillion bookscom where you can read than a million books for The Old ePUB #9734 free This is an OCR edition with typos Excerpt from book CHAPTER IH A COLONIAL DINNER PABTT Three days later the master of Verney Manor gave a dinner party At Jamestown twenty miles away the Assembly had just adjourned after a busy session A law debarring that turbulent people the uakers from further admittance into the colony and providing cold comfort for those already within its doors was passed with acclamation as was another against Anabaptists and a third concerning the hue and cry for absconding serva.
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