| against the king, carried on against the commonwealth,& bonds, &c. to him, to operate as
if to commonwealth 473. Judgments in favor of king, to enure
to commonwealth 473. Criminal prosecutions, &c. revived 474. Appeals to, transferred to general court 525.
| KING GEORGE.
| Place for holding courts in Stafford and King George counties, how
fixed 227. Boundaries of Stafford and King George altered 244. Part of Westmoreland added to King George, and part of King
George to Westmoreland 432.
| Offered by congress 179. Bounty
for three years, or during the war, together with the continental land bounty 589.
| See Taxes. |
Taxes on land, proportioned between landlords and tenants 356. If paid wholly by tenant may be deducted out of rent 357.
| Conveyances, by non-residents, how authenticated 207. Privy examination of non-resident femes covert, how made 208. Former acknowledgments confirmed 209. How defective privy examinations confirmed 209. Conveyances by commissioners and sheriffs under judgments
and decrees confirmed 210. Tenants in fee taille to hold in
fee simple 226. Vestry of Westover pa- parish, in Charles
City, authorised to sell their lands on
| which poor house is erected 228. Lands condemned, at
Cave's warehouse, at head of Potowmack creek, for storehouses, for reception of naval stores,
vested in commonwealth 235, 236. Lands and slaves, in York, purchased for making wine, under
the direction of Andrew Estave, to be sold 239. Privilege of
James Hunter in obtaining iron ore from the Accakeek furnace tract 304. How iron or other ore explored, and the land opened 304. Half an acre, on Aquia or Potowmack creek, vested in James
Hunter, for a landing 305. His right to acquire half an acre
of John Richard's land 305. Vestry of Botetourt parish, in
county of Botetourt, authorised to sell their glebe and purchase another 319. Land tax on settlements, on the western waters 355. Settlement rights, what 356. Waste and unappropriated lands liable to tax as soon as
granted 365. Vestry of St. Patrick's parish, in Prince Edward
authorised to sell their glebe 440. So, as to St. Paul in
Hanover 443. Glebe of Washington parish to be sold 526. Vestry of upper parish in Nansemond to sell the work house
and lands in Suffolk 527. Glebes of Camden and Amherst
parishes to be sold, and the money divided between those parishes and Patrick & Lexington 568. Certain lands on the Ohio, and Green rivers, vested in
Richard Henderson &