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Page No. 28. An Act to settle General Councils and General Assemblies for
the Caribbee Islands in America, and to secure to each par
ticular Islands their own peculiar Laws and legal Customs.. 9 No. 31. An Act for preventing tedious and chargeable Law Suits, and
for declaring the Rights of particular Tenants
these Islands, and for making any Deed or Deeds, duly
An Act to secure the Payment of the Minister's Dues..
extend certain Regulations for the Protection of Slaves, to
tiate and manage the Affairs of the Leeward Islands, as also
An Act for supplying the Fleet with some Provisions and
settling of the Methods of procuring the same, and likewise
Page served in the late Expedition in the Island of St. Christopher's,
2 against the French
1691. No. 3. An Act for regulating the Militia and Forces of these Islands
and establishing divers Rules and Articles of War....
An Act for Explanation of Part of an Act made the eighth
Day of November last, for the rewarding and encouraging Soldiers who served in the late Expedition in the Island of St. Christopher's, and for the further Encouragement of the said Soldiers, as also for taking away Benefit of Clergy from any Persons who steal Negroes or other Slaves
No. 5. An Act for the speedy getting in the Plunder and Debts due
to the Army that served in the Expedition against St. Chris-
1692. No. 6. An Act for settling General Councils and General Assemblies
for the Leeward Islands ...
No. 7. An Act for continuing an Act made by the Governor in Chief,
General Council, and General Assembly in Antigua, bearing Date the eighth Day of November, in the second Year of Their Majesties' Reign, one thousand six hundred and ninety, for the appointing Commissioners and Agent to manage the Affairs of the Leeward Islands, as also for settling a Fund for defraying the Expences and Charges of such Negotiation, and procuring divers Necessaries for the Use and Benefit of the said Islands ..
No. 8. An Act impowering certain Persons to recover, for the use of
the Leeward Islands, from Major Joseph Crisp, and others,
getting in the Plunder and Debts due to the Army that served in
Arms, and Ammunition, from any of these Islands to St.
Thomus's, or any Neuter Port
Leeward Islands, and trading with the Slaves belonging to the
A supplemental and explanatory Act to an Act, appointing
Commissioners and an Agent to negotiate and manage the
An Act to make the Country Bonds given in the Secretary's
Office in each Island, for the Use of the Creditors of such
No. 16. An Act for securing Payment of the Balance of the General
Accounts from the Debtor Islands, to the Island of Antigua .
the Caribbee Leeward Islands in America, and to secure to each
An Act to prevent any Trade or Commerce with the French,
or any other foreign Plantation, by the Inhabitants of His
Majesty's Caribbee Leeward Islands in America.....
pressing of prophane Cursing and Swearing
Page No. 22. An Act to prevent Papists and reputed Papists from settling in
any of these His Majesty's Caribbee Leeward Islands in
An Act for the better securing and defending His Majesty's Ca
ribbee Leeward Islands in America, in Case of a War, and to
An Act for the finding Supernumerary Arms, to be proportion
able according to the Number of every Person's Negroes,
No. 25. An Act to repeal a certain Act against the Jews.....
and for the better encouraging of that Trade...
September, one thousand six hundred eighty-seven, intituled,
An Act for declaring an Act made at Antigua, intituled, An Act
An Act for obliging Joseph Crisp of the Island of St. Christopher's,
Esq; to account for and satisfy the Islands of Neris,
intrusted with him some Years past
the Administration of Justice throughout all Her Majesty's