| Boundaries of parishes of Amherst and Lexington, in the county of
Amherst altered 369.
| ANDERSON, JOHN & |
| Lead mines, the property of John & Mead Anderson, to be assessed
for taxes, according to the value of the soil only 193.
| APPEALS, COURT OF
| When to sit at Richmond 89, 152. Court of appeals established 90. Terms 90. Of what judges
constituted 90. Precedence of judges 90. −− Oath of judges 90. Clerk, tipstaff and crier 91. Sheriff to attend 91.
Appeals, writs of error, &c. how prosecuted 91. Duty of
clerks, as to records, bonds, &c. 91. Docketting causes 91. Statement of cases 92.
Decisions, how certified 91. Certain land claims to be laid
before court of appeals and there decided 48. Court of appeals
to sit at Richmond 152. Terms of court of appeals altered 455. Court of appeals may sit beyond their term, and then the
term of the high court of chancery to commence the next day 455.
| To court of appeals, how prosecuted 91. From decisions of court of admiralty, how made, & to what
| Penalty on masters receiving any consideration for the
| enlistment of their apprentices 335. County courts
below the falls of the rivers shall bind out at least half their male orphans to the sea 385.
| Arms belonging to this state or United States, how recovered from
those who have the unlawful possession 218.
| Volunteers to be raised 18. How
organized 18. Officers and staff 18. How appointed 19.
Chaplains 19. Pay, rations, &c. same as continental 19. Spirits and sugar, how furnished 19. Bounty and term of service 20. Volunteers for western frontiers 20. Arms &c. how furnished 20.
Where posted, & time of service 21. Pensions and provision for
wives & indigent parents 21. Additional bounties to soldiers,
sailors and marines 23. Land bounty 24. Pensions 24. Exempted from
personal taxes 24. Goods at stipulated prices 26. Half pay for life, to generals, field officers, captains,
subalterns, chaplains, physicians, surgeons and surgeons' mates 25. Recruiting officers, how appointed 25. Their powers, duty and compensation 25. Troop of cavalry for protection of Illinois 26. Land bounty to volunteers under colonel George Rogers Clarke
26. To soldiers for protection of Illinois 27. Four troops of cavalry for eastern frontier 27. Land bounty to those who enlist