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INDEX.

ABETTORS to slaves going off the Is Births encouraged

17
land
56, 57, 58 Blood drinking

89
may be convicted before principals 58 not corrupted by felonies
Accessaries, (see abetters) 56, 57, 58 on slaves

30, 32
Acts repealed

1 Bond-manumitted papers may
Act declared in force
2 claim benefit of

20
Adoptive mothers

17 dispensed with in devises of
(see mothers and taxes)

freedom

66
Aged slaves

18, 19

and where justices and vestry
(see sick)

order certificate

74
Aged, &c. manumitted 19, 20 21, 22

(see manumissions)
Allowance to slaves where no grounds 11

(see transportation)
return thereof to be made to Ves Branding slaves punished

33
try
13, 14 Breakfast time to slaves

26
Anabaptists
83 Bruising slaves

33
(see sectarians)
Burglary

97
Apprehending runaways

49

(see felony)
Arbitrary punishment
36 Burials of slaves

63
Arms in slaves' possession

81
slave learning use of
89 CARNAL knowledge of infants

31
Arson, (see felony)

97
(See rape.)

32
Assaults by slaves on free
79,80 Carrying off Slaves

56,57,58
on slaves

95
Accessary

58
by free persons on slaves 33, 35 Cattle, &c. stealing

92, 93, 94
Assemblies of slaves beating

Killing

92, 93
drums, &c.

60, 61, 62
Maiming

94
at burials

63
Having flesh of

93
free persons allowing them

64
Slave may keep

15
at night and private

86 Certificate of special sessions to
to take oaths

89

warrant sale of runa-
free persons aiding

90
ways

54
not giving information

91

By receiver-general on
(see meetings)

manumissions where
Asses

limited interest

69, 70
(see cattle)

By clerk of vestry where
Attorney to defend slaves

100

manumission

bond

dispensed with by jus-
BALLS

tices and vestry

74
(see fire-arms)

Of baptism to be pro-
Baptism

3

duced on slaves giv-
Barrister to defend slaves

100

ing evidence against
Beating

free persons

128
(see assaults)
Certiorari not to issue

78
Boef

Chains not to be used on slaves 39
(see cattle)
Challenges, cum causa

97
Bequests of personalities

16 Chancery may regulate valuation
of freedom

66 of slaves manumitted wheje li.
mited interest

71

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26

to marry

Childreri, females having sis 17 Councils of protection
(Sec mothers.)

fine for non-attendancc

34
Christianity (see religion)

3 Court supreme may regulate valua-
Chopping (see mutilating)

tion paid for slaves manumitted
Christmas (see holidays)

when there is limited interest
Churchwardens to pay reward for

(See chancery, slave courts,
killing or taking rebels

29

quarter-sessions.)
Clearing grounds by fire

96 Creditors not prejudiced by manu-
Clerk of peace to record

missions

72
slaves of insolvents sent to work-

Crimes inferior, how tried

126
house

24 Cripple (see mutilating)
suspended

99 Crop, negroes' days allotted
another appointed

99 will not be put about from Sa-
to keep records of trials at ses-

turday, 7 P. M. to Monday,
sions and special slave courts 98, 103

5 A.M.

26
fee paid

103

(See mill:)
to serve notice
107 Cruelty

33
fee thereon
1007 Curate to attend criminals

102
to attend summary trials

127

(See executions:)
fec thereon

127 Cutlasses (see arms.)
(See King•ton.)

Cutting (see mutilating)
Clerk of vestry to give certificate
that magistrates and vestry are

Damages, at suit of owner of slave
satisfied with niranumission

74 maltreated
Clergyman to baptize slaves

3 Dances

4 Dark, preachings after
Clothing of slaves

12 Days allowed slaves
return to be made to vestry

13 Death (see sentence)
where owner less than 40 slaves 14 Death, value of slavě to be ascer-
workhouse-keeper to supply
52 tained

110
Cocoa-bay (see yaws)

26 receiver-general to pay value 112
Collar not to be put on slaves with-

Defence of owners, justifying slaves
justices order
39 in assault

80
Collecting constables not to levy Devises (see bequests)
on slaves on Saturday
ng Devises of freedom

66
Commencement of this law

1:37 Deputy marshall (see provost mar-
Commissioned officers to prevent

shall )
slaves unlawfuHy assembling 61

to attend court, exe-
Commissioners of workhouse how

cute, &c.

103
to act with well-behaved convicts 120 Dinner time

26
Complaints of slaves
33, 35, 38 Disabled slaves (see sick, &c.)

c
if frivolous
38 Discharge by proclamation

97
Concealing of slaves (see harbor Diseased slaves (see sick.)
ing)
Diseased slaves of insolvents

23
33 Diseased manumitted

19
Consolidated slave law of 1816, Diseased slaves not to wander

25
how offences tried
136 Disfiguring (see mutilating)

88
Constables how to search for' run Dismembering (see mutilating)

33
aways

47 Disserters
to serve notice

107

not to take money from
107
slaves

85
fee on summary triat

127

(see preaching).
(See Kingston.)
Distempered slaves wandering

25
Convicts (see hard labour)

Diversion

62
transportation &c.
Divine service, shops to be shut

6
Corruption of blood not to ensue Dogs, slaves not to travel with

59
on felonies on slaves

30, 32 Druggists may keep open shop on
Coroner how to proceed with evi-,

Sunday

6
dence of slaves against free per-

Drum beatings

60, 61, 62
sons

129 Drunkenness

fee on

97

-

28

47

17

Duration clause

137

(see escape)

Goat (see cattle)
EASTER (see holidays.)

Goods of owners liable to charge
Ejectment
55 of infirm manumitted persons

20
Escape of convicts
121, 122, 123 Grand Juries

97
from the island

56 Grass (see firewood)
Evidence; attested copy of proceed-

Grave dirt

89
ings

70 Grounds of slaves to be inspected 11
Slaves evidence against slaves

to be furnished slaves, or else
in all cases

weekly allowance

11
against free persons

128 to be returned to vestry as in-
against free accomplices

133
spected

13, 14
Execution

97, 103 Gunpowder in slaves possession 81
to be solemn and public

109
by hanging

109, 111

HARBOURERS, of runaways, reward
Families sold together

6 to informer against
Felony to murder slave

30 Harbouring runaways by slaves 45
carnal knowledge of infants 31 by free persons

46
rape

32 justice to grant warrant against
by slaves

79 Hard labour-mothers of 6 children 17
various felonies

97 exempt from
trials for

79, 97
for life, slave to be valued

110
Field labour, mothers of six child-

on good behaviour may be re-
dren exempt from

sold

120
Fire-wood (see markets)

40 escape

121, 122
Fire-arms, slave having

81

(see escape)
Fire (see clearing grounds)
96 Hire paid for slave witnesses

129
Firing houses, &c.

97 Hired slaves must have owners con-
Fish (fresh) sold on Sunday
6 sent

9
Flesh (fresh) sold on Sunday

6 Hogs
Flesh (see cattle.)

(see cattle)
Food, workhouse-keeper to supply 52 Holydays to slaves

27
Forfeitures n t to accrue on felo-

Homini replegiando

65
nies on slaves

30, 32 Horns
Form of manumission where limit-

(see drum beatings)
ed interest

69 Horses
Free, court may make maltreated

(see cattle)
slave
33 Hours of labour

26
but not if slave a witness
130 Hunting

59
Free persons harbouring runaways 46, 45
making false tickets
48 IMPRISONING slaves cruelly

33
alleged runaways claiming free-

to be sent for by justice

35
dom
63 Increase of slaves encouraged

17
suffering unlawful assemblies
Indecent behaviour

126
at burials
64 Indictment

97, 98
suffering gaming of slaves
65 Inferior crimes

126
attending nightly and private

Infirm slaves
meetings of slaves

86
aiding unlawful assemblies 90 Infirm manumitt.d

19
not giving information

91 Informers (slaves) against runaways 28
accomplices of slaves
133 and harbourers

28
Freedom claim to
55 Insolvents diseased slaves of

23
Frivolous complaints

38 becoming valuable, how sold 24
Fruit (see market)

40 Inveigling act harbourers prose-
cuted

46
GAMING of slaves
65 Island slaves going off

66
Gaoler (see execution)
cot to employ committedalaves

JEWS
or suffer escape
125 Jurors how warned, &c.

97,98

(ses sick)

81

not attending

97

and vestry are satisfied
Jury grand to find indictment

97
and under devises

66
Justice, how to proceed with slaves

Manumitted, discased, &c.

19
evidence against free persons 129

settled to claim under ma-
(see council of protection,

numission bond

20
and special sessions.)

to be allowed £10 per annum
to send for maltreated slave 35

by owner (see goods)

21
to enquire into complaint 38 Markets on Sundays

slaves may go to, without
Killing of rebel

29

ticket
(see murder)
Martial law not affect this act

134
of cattle
30 Marriages of slaves

4
(see cattle)

Mares (see cattle)
Kingston, fees of clerk of peace 127 Marcons to have reward

49
and constable

127 Master (see owner)
Kirk

84 Master of vessel (see transportation) 118
Meat fresh, sold on Sundays

6
LABOUR hours of
26 Meetings with drums, &c.

62
(sec hard labour)

for preaching

84
Lances

81
in general

86
Larceny

79

to administer oaths, and Icarn
Lashes not more than 10, if owner

use of arms

89
be not present
36 Mile money for runaways

49
if owner present, not to ex-

to slaves, witnesses

129
ceed 39

36 Milk sold on Sundays
in workhouse not to exceed 20

Mills not to be put about from 7 p.m
lashes, except by order of a

on Saturday to 5 a.m. on Monday 10
justicc
37 Ministers licensed

84
Legacies

Misdemcanors

126
(see bequest)

Money not to be taken by teachers 85
Levies to be sold in families

5 Mothers of six children exempt from
excessive not authorised
5 labour

17
may be made on individual

Mules (see cattle)
slaves
5 Murder of slaves

30
prohibited on Saturdays

7
by a slave

79, 80,95, 98
andonslaves,&c. attending Court 102

yerdiet of manslaughter way
and on witnesses

132

be returned
Licenced Minister

84 Mutilating slaves
Limited interest 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72,

by slaves

95
73, 74 Mutton (sce sheep)
(see manumissions)
Limitations

74 Negro grounds (sec grounds)
Lodging house may be open on Negro houses searched for runaways 47
Sundays

6 Nightly meetings (see meetings)
Noisy behaviour

126
Maiming (see assault by slaves on

Notice in cases of warrants on slaves,
slaves)

33, 35
to be served on owner

105
Maltreating slaves (sce justice)

33, 35
before trials

106
Manager (sec overscer)

in different parish

107
Manslaughter (see murder)

to be advertised, if owner
Manumission good, under will to 67

cannot be found

108
pass personality

in summary trials

126
how procurcd, when limited
interest
67, 68 OATHs, unlawful

89
form of such manumission 69 Oath to transport

114
other directions relative to Obeah

82
such manumission 70, 71, 72,73 using deliterious matter

87
Manumission bond in force where

tools of

88
paupers manumitted and settled · 20 Obscenc language

126

33, 35

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