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Session of October-November, 1764: Bills, November 1-13

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Wynns, Benjamin; Dry, William; Starkey, John;Bills: November 1, Bill to prevent exportation of unmerchantable commodities; Bills: November 5, Bill to amend act therein mentioned concerning servants and slaves (an additional act to an act entitled an act concerning servants and slaves); Bills: November 5, re Superior Courts of Justice; Bills: November 6, re Inferior Courts of Pleas and Quarter Sessions; Bills: November 6, Bill for rendering more effectual the laws making lands liable to payment of debts; Bills: November 7, Bill to continue act therein mentioned (an act to impower the sheriff of the County of Orange for the time being to collect and apply the arrears of taxes); Bills: November 7, Bill to allow drawbacks on exportation of wine, rum, and other distilled liquors (failed); Bills: November 8, Bill for establishing a town on the land of Benjamin Wynns on the west side of Chowan River in Hertford County (rejected); Bills: November 8, Bill to prevent unreasonable destruction of fish in the rivers Meherrin, Peedee, and Catawba; Bills: November 10, Bill for continuing an act therein mentioned (an act directing the method of appointing jury men); Bills: November 12, Bill for regulating the pilotage of Cape Fear River; Bills: November 12, Bill for dissolving the vestry of St. James Parish [New Hanover County] (rejected); Bills: November 13, Bill to confirm the Vestry already chosen for the Parish of St. John in Bute County, etc.; Bills: November 13, Bill for regulating proceedings in the court held for the Borough of...
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