| How to vote, at elections 519.
| JOUSLIN, JAMES.
| Certain lands, in Lynhaven parish, in Princess Anne, devised by
James Jouslin, to the poor orphans of the parish authorised to be sold 145.
| KING & QUEEN.
| Part of King and Queen county added to Caroline 620. −− Court day altered 620.
| Certain lands and slaves devised by Henry Peasley of Gloucester,
for a free-school to be leased 41. Nottoway Indians authorised
to sell certain lands 44. Vestry of St George's parish in
Spotsylvania, authorised to sell their glebe 142. Piece of
land belonging to parish of Bristol before the division, and now in parish of Dale, in
Chesterfield, to be sold, and money divided 143. Certain
lands, in Lynhaven parish, in Princess Anne, devised by James Jouslin, to poor orphans of the
parish, to be sold 145. Vestry of Stratton-Major, in King and
Queen, authorised to sell their glebe 147. Armistead
Churchill, authorised to sell certain entailed lands 157.
Certain entailed lands vested in Thomas Turner, in fee-simple 159. Certain lands held by John Robinson, esq. in trust, vested
in Philip Johnson, 247, 452. And added to the city of Williamsburg 246, 453.
| Intail of certain lands whereof Tunstall Banks is seized, docked 293. Certain lands in Hanover vested in Philip Whitehead
Claiborne 296, 486.
Certain lands of Pamunkey Indians vested in trustees, to be leased out 298. Donation of land by Richard Bennett and Thomas Tilly, to
lower parish of Nansemond, how appropriated 304. Executors of
John Spotswood, esq. enabled to pay debts and legacies of Major General Alexander Spotswood 323, 445. Intail of certain
lands docked, and vested in Lewis Burwell, Esq. in fee-simple 343. Entail of certain lands whereof Charles Lewis is seized,
docked 377. Glebe land of Cumberland parish to be sold, and
money divided between parishes of Cumberland, Cornwall and St. James 414. Glebe land of Elizabeth river parish to be sold and the
money divided between that parish and St. Bride's and Portsmouth 417. Lands and slaves devised by Matthew Godfrey, for the use of
the poor of Norfolk county, how appropriated 418. Glebe land
of St. Anne's prrish to be sold and money divided between that parish and Tillotson and Amherst
422. Fort-land, in Norfolk disposed of 435, 436. Vestry of Antrim in Halifax, authorised to sell their
glebe 438. Entail of certain lands, whereof Archibald Cary is