| Member of house of burgesses, accepting office of profit, incapable
of sitting, but may be re-elected, 317.
| Of slaves, not to be, unless outlying and doing mischief, 523.
| Vestry of Overwharton parish, in Stafford dissolved, 432.
| OYER AND TERMINER.
| Commissions of Oyer and Terminer for trial of slaves to be issued,
| PAGE, JOHN.
| Entail of certain lands whereof John Page, esq. is seized, docked,
| Inhabitants of King William and Hanover counties, reimbursed for
clearing Pamunkey river, 407. That act amended, 416. Act continued, 623. New
trustees for Pamunkey Indians appointed, 433. Their powers,
| PAPER MONEY.
| See Treasury Notes. |
Called treasury notes, to be emitted, 346. Various regulations concerning, 347, 348. New emission, 647. Felony to counterfeit, 650. Or those of neighboring colonies, 651.
| Vestry of Elizabeth River, authorised to purchase and improve lots
in borough of Norfolk, for their minister, instead of a glebe; and to pay his salary in money,
instead of tobacco, 14. Vestry of Bath parish in Dinwiddie,
authorised to sell their glebe, 24.
| Truro, in Fairfax county divided, and Fairfax parish formed, 43. Donation of Matthew Godfrey equally divided between parishes
in Norfolk county, 155. Slaves to be equally divided between
the three parishes of Elizabeth River, Portsmouth, and St. Bride's, 156. Lands to be held by parish of Elizabeth River, on paying
equal proportion of its value to parishes of St. Bride's and Portsmouth, 156. Vestry of Nottoway parish, in county of Southampton, to
refund to parish of St. Luke, certain money and tobacco, levied for repairing the church before
the division, 177. Antrim parish, in Halifax, divided, an
Cambden formed, 206. Glebe of Antrim parish to be sold, and
proceeds divided between parishes of Antrim and Cambden, 207.
Botetourt parish formed from Augusta, 395. St. George in
Spotsylvania divided, and Berkeley formed, 399. Parish of
Hamilton, in counties of Fauquier, and Prince William divided, and Leeds formed, 403. That act explained, 428. Part of Southfarnham, in Essex, added to St. Anne, 406. Vestry of Meherrin parish, in Brunswick, authorised to sell
their glebe, 408. So, as to Dettingen, in Prince William, 409. So, as to St. Mark's, in Culpeper, 410. Vestry of parish of Frederick reimbursed the amount of a
judgment recovered by the Rev. William Meldrum, 415.