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1727, Acts of Assembly passed in the Colony of Virginia, from 1662 to 1715
Acts of the General Assembly of the Colony of Virginia from 1662 to 1715, Volume 1, and printed in London in 1727. Included was an table of
contents, titled as Index to the Laws; the laws were listed in chronological order. Of note, on page 91, a law was passed that declared that a master or his
appointments who kill the slave while correcting him, will be acquitted of molestation or murder felony, since malice cannot be presumed given that
this would destroy his own "estate." (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Library of Congress).
Title:   Acts of Assembly, passed in the colony of Virginia, from 1662, to 1715. Volume I.
OCLC Number:   173651662
Available Volumes
NameFiche CountOnlinePaper Backup
Volume 1YesNo