| of the interest 298. How tender may be made in
certain cases 298. Stealing or taking by robbery, paper
money, felony 303. A further emission authorised 367, 456, 480. Act more effectually guarding against counterfeits 541. Offender may be apprehended, conveyed out of his county and
tried 542. Reward for apprehending counterfeiters 543. Treasurer constituted judge of counterfeits, and
authorised to deface them 544. County courts to appoint
judges, who are also authorised to deface counterfeits 544.
| Vestry-men of Frederick requested to resume their offices 97. If a sufficient number to form a vestry refuse, the vestry
dissolved, and a new one elected 98. Vestry of Westover
parish, in Charles City, authorised to sell their land, on which poor hose erected 227. Parishes of St. James & Amherst empowered to fix the rates
of paying their levies in tobacco 238. Vestries of parishes
of Newport, in Isle of Wight, of Christ Church, in Middlesex, and of Stratton Major, in King &
Queen dissolved 317. Vestry of Botetourt parish, in county of
Botetourt, dissolved and new vestry to be elected 318. Their
Powers 319. Authorised to sell their glebe and purchase
another 319. Fluvanna parish formed from those parts of St.
Anne and Fredericksville, lying within the county of
| Fluvanna 326. Part of Cornwall parish, in Charlotte
county, added to Cumberland parish, in Lunenburg county 327.
Rockingham formed out of Augusta 420. Green Brier formed out
of Botetourt and Montgomery 420. Rockbridge formed out of
Augusta and Botetourt 421. Vestry in parish of Augusta
dissolved 424. Vestries to be elected in parishes of
Rockingham, Augusta, Rockbridge, Botetourt and Green Brier 424. Vestries of parishes of Frederick, Norborne and Beckford
authorised to appoint commissioners to ascertain value of churches and chapels, in those parishes
437. Vestry of Christ Church, in Lancaster, dissolved 430. Vestry of St. Patrick in Prince Edward, authorised to sell
their glebe 440. Vestries of parishes of Meherrin and St.
Anne dissolved 442. Vestry of St. Paul, in Hanover,
authorised to sell their glebe 443. Vestries of Manchester,
St. Paul, North Farnham, Elizabeth River, Portsmouth, Beckford, Nottoway, Hanover, Washington,
St. Stephen, and Blisland dissolved 525. Part of Hanover
added to Washington, and part of Washington to Hanover 526.
Glebe of Washington to be sold 526. Vestry of upper parish in
Nansemond to sell the work house and lands in Suffolk 527.
Commissioners of tax, in Botetourt, to provide for the poor 527. Sheriffs, when required to collect