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Acts of the North Carolina General Assembly, 1727
North Carolina. General Assembly
November 06, 1727
Volume 23, Page 111

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LAWS OF NORTH CAROLINA, 1727.

At a General Biennial Assembly, held at Edenton, in Chowan Precinct, the Sixth Day of November, One Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty Seven. Sir Richard Everard, Governor.

CHAPTER I.
An Act to encourage the Tanning of Leather in this Province.

(Repealed 27 Nov., 1729, and omitted.)

CHAPTER II.
An Act for Regulating Towns, and Elections of Burgesses. Rep.

(Omitted.)

CHAPTER III.
An Act to Regulate Trade in Bath County. Rep.

(Omitted.)

CHAPTER IV.
An Act for encouraging and facilitating Navigation in this Province. Rep.

(Omitted.)

CHAPTER V.
An Act to encourage Destroying of Vermin. Exp.

(Omitted.)

CHAPTER VI.
An Act for Enlarging and Confirming the Power of the Precinct Courts, and to prevent Actions and Indictments, of small Value, being Brought in the General Court. Exp.

(Omitted.)

CHAPTER VII.
An Act to appoint the North West Part of Bertie Precinct a district Parish, by the Name of the North-west Parish of Bertie Precinct, and for appointing Vestrymen for the said Parish; and to appoint Commissioners in every Parish in this Government, to call the Church wardens and Vestry to Account for the Parish Money by them Received.

(Printed in Private Acts, post.)

[Full text of this chapter is available at vol.25, p. 210.]

CHAPTER VIII.
An Act for Regulating the Act, for appointing indifferent Jurymen, and to Repeal that Part thereof as relates to Precinct Courts.

(Omitted.)

Signed by
SIR RICHARD EVERARD, Governor;
Chr. Gale,
J. Lovick,
Edmond Gale,
Ed. Moseley,
Rich. Sanderson,
Robert West,
T. Pollock,
Thomas Harvey,Lords Proprietors Deputies.
JOHN BAPTISTA ASH, Speaker.