| Of boats, horses, &c. when allowed 198. Of
provisions, waggons, sailors, artificers, &c. 198.
Appraisement of impressed articles 199. How paid for, if lost
or damaged 201, 202.
| Incestuous marriages prohibited 245. Incestuous
copulations how punished 246.
| How apprehended by rangers, and dealt with 10.
Indians taken in war, to be transported and sold 10. If
killed, in pursuit, no penalty incurred 10, 11. Reward for apprehending an Indian, who had killed a white
person 11. Such Indian may be lawfully killed, if he resist 11. Treaty with five nations, made at Albany 103. Tributary Indians, not to pass certain limits 104. Offenders may be killed, or transported to the West Indies,
and sold as slaves 104. Indians belonging to the five nations
not to pass certain boundaries 105. Governor and council, to
constitute courts, for trial of offenders 105. Reward for
taking up offenders 105. Governor may mitigate punishment 105. Who deemed tributary Indians 106. −− Children of, born in servitude, how long to
serve 133. Not to be witnesses, except on the trial of a
slave 327. May be witnesses, in criminal cases, against
Indians 405. Nottoway, authorised to sell certain
| parts of their land 459. Indian interpreters
| Lands of, protected from lapsing, for non-payment of quit-rents, and not seating and
planting, till three years after they attain full age 31, 32. −− Infant females marrying the three years to
commence from the coverture 32. May bequeath their slaves, 223.
| Allowance to for diet, &c. by the public 28.
Insolvent debtors, how discharged 165. Oath of 165. Schedule 166. Estate
of, how vested, and to be disposed of 166. Apparel and tools
excepted 166. Prisoner, how discharged 166. Sheriff indemnified 166. Exception 167. Property
afterwards acquired, liable to execution 167. Prison fees of
insolvents, how paid 167. Insolvent liable for fees 167. May be discharged, on taking the oath 489. Also, for non-payment of prison fees 490.
| See Tobacco. |
How appointed 251. Their duty 251, 337, 387. Fees 252. Salary 262. Altered 334, 385. Allowances to, in passing their accounts 353, 389. Penalty on for not
delivering tobacco 254. To make returns 260. Oath of 261. Bond 261. Attendance 261, 336, 389. −−
Their own tobacco, how viewed 261. How to account 262. Penalty, for taking reward