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Offences under former Act, how

See transportation, escape,
tried

136

hard labour, gaol keeper,
Overseer to make slaves religious 4

proclamation
to allow slaves 26 days 8 Punishment (see whipping, work.
(see crop, Sundays, holydays) houses, lashes, hard labour, exe-
to consent before slave can

cutions, &c.)
be hired

9

Council of protection, spe-
penalty on putting mill about

cial sessions, &c.
contrary to this law (see Purchase of slave for re-sale prohi-
mill)
10 bited

75, 76 77
to inspect grounds

11 Quarter sessions, trials of slaves
to make returns to vestry

by

97, 98
that he has inspected
grounds, or that other Rape of slaves (see carnal know-
ample provision is made,

ledge)

32
and of clothing

13 Rebel, slave killing or taking reward-
(sec the whole law)

ed

29
Owner of slaves less than 40, to make Rebellion and rebellious conspiracy 79
return of clothing, &c. under sum-

Trial for

97
mary penalty

14

Execution by justice's war-
to convert slaves

3

rant may be suspended
to consent before they marry

4

till governor's pleasure 97
and before hired

9
By obeah

82
to inspect grounds or make Receiver in chancery, how slave ma-
other provision

11, 11
numitted

73
to give allowance

Jl Receiver - general, to reimburse
to clothe

12 churchwardens for reward on
to produce slave when warrant

rebels

29
served, if he can

105

To receive valuation where

slavc manumitted by pos-
PAUPERS

19

sessor having limited in-
Penalties how recoverable

135
terest

68
Perjary of slaves

104 131

To pay value of convicts
Personal property of slaves

15

(see transportation, hard
Petty offences

126

labour, valuation) 109
Pikes (see arms)

Recognizances for trials of slaves 97
Poisoning

87

Where slaves' evidence
Population (se- increase)

against free persons 129
Possessor (see owner)

Record of insolvent's diseased slaves 24
Preaching, by slaves

83

Of manumissions when li-
by sectarians

81
mited interest

70
Printer's accounts

50

of certificates by clerk of
Process (see levies)

vestry, that justices and
Proclamation discharged by, fees in

vestry satisfied, that
such case

98
slave fit to be free

74
Property (see personal)

15

Of trial, by clerk of peacc 103
Provision (see allowance)

Rector to attend culprits ( see execu-
Provisions (see fire wood)

tion, clerk of peace, and clerk
Provost marshal to sell levies in fa-

of vestry)
milies

5 Reward (see rebels, runaways, and
Indemnity as to diseased

mile money.
slaves of insolvents 24 Robbery (see felony)

79, 97
To receive report from Roman Catholics

84
workhouse-keeper 24 Runaways, harborers of, reward to
If such slaves become valu-

informers

28
able to sell them by order

For apprehending

49
of court

24
For above six months

43
To attend trials, &c.

97,111

For less than six months 44
To sell slaves for transpor.

If incorrigible

44
tation

111
Harbcurers

44, 45

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Slaves without a ticket ab Special sessions to examine slaves'

sont five days, or eight complaints
miles, deemed runaway 42

to examine claims to freedom 33
Warrant to search for 47 St. John's, how slaves tried

98
pegro houses searched by constable 47 St. Thomas's in the Vale, how slaves
Free persons giving false
tried

98
tickets to
48 Starving slaves

33, 35
Mile-money and reward 49 Stealing cattle, &e.

92, 93, 94
to be sent to to owner or

(see robbery, &c.)
justice

50 Striking (see assaults)
who to commit to work-
Sue, slaves not to

16
house
50 Sued, slaves not to be

16
mile money and reward to Summary trials of slaves, (see mis-
be paid

50 demeanors)
to be advertised
51 Sundays allowed

8
where owner not known no Sunday markets
tice of trial to be adver Sundays, co labour

10
tised

108

on this day slaves not employed
Convicts value of (ses

without consent of owner's, &c. 9
workhouse)
Sunset, preachings after

84
SABRES (see arms)

Supernatural power

82
Sale of slaves hawked about 75, 76, 77 Support, (see starving, allowance-
Saturdays, levies prohibited on
7 grounds

33, 35
Savannahs, burial in
63 Supreme court to order sale of insol.

24
Secretary to record manumissions in Vents' slaves becoming valuable
cases of limited interest
70 Swearing, by slayes

126
Sectarians

84, 85
Security under bomine repligiando 55 Tales writ of

97
Sentence, slaves committed under, Tayern, on Sundays

6
owner not to pay fees
51 Tax raised for manumitted paupers

19
passed

97 Taxes, exemption for mothers of
executed (sce execution)

6 slaves
Sessions (see quarter sessions and

Teachers

83, 84
special)

97

not to take money
Settlement of manumitted paupers

19 Tenąnt for life in manumissions
of valueless slaves of insol Testaments, (see bequests, devises,
vents

23
manumissions)

16, 66
Shells (sce drum beatings)

Ticket to be given slaves travelling 40

41
Sheep (see cattle)

for one month only
Shops on Sunday

6

slaves absent 5 days, or 8 miles,
Sick, &c. to be maintained by owner

without, runaways
not to wander

18, 19 slaves giving fictitious tickets
Slave act, former repealed

1 free persons giving fictitious
tickets

48
Slave s,not hired without consent of
owners, &c.

9

not to travel with dogs or arms,
sick, &c. maintained by

without one (see dogs)

59
owner

18, 19

Title to slaves to freedom not preju.
to have 26 days besides

diced by decree of special sessions 53
Sundays
8

53

nor of claimants
to have grounds or allow-

Towns, burials in
11 Transportation, convict valued 110

110
diseased belonging to insol-

if a runaway, to £50

110
vent cstate

23

if otherwise, to £100
Slave court, special (sec quarter

provost marshal or deputy
sessions)

111
97

to sell
Slave law of 1856, how offenders

to take bond

113
under tried, alter 1st May,

account to owner for pro.
1827

130
ceeds

111
Gork (scc cattle)

where no nett proceeds, re.
piccia' says tout

37

cc19r-cneral to pay 1sec

17

42
45

ance

O

valuation)

111 tion)
convict to remain in gaol, Vestrymen (see councils of proteo-
till bond given

113, 114

tion)
then to remain in vessel 113 Violencc (see assaults)
purchaser to make oath he WANDERING SLAVES

18, 19
will sell transport

114 Warlike instruments (see arms) 60, 61, 62
if found in island after 30 Warrant against slave not executed,
days to be re sold

115 notice to be served on owner 105
justices to direct sale 116 Weights not to be put on slaye (sec
convict returning

117 chains and collar)
person bringing back 118 Whipping wantonly (see lashes) 33
not sold in one month, sent
Witchcraft (see obeah)

82
to workhouse
119 Witnesses not attending

101
if afterwards sold, proyost-

exempt from civil process 102
marshall to account

118 Workhouses, justices to make regu-
(see proyost-marshal, workhouses,

lations

19
escape, sentence)

alleged runaway there,claim-
Travelling dealers in slayes (sce sale)

ing freedom, how treated 53
Treasurer of workhouse to pay prin-

slaves not sold without cer-
ters

51
tificate of sessions

54
Trespass of slaves not authorised 15 Workbouse-keeper to receive pau-
Trials of slaves for serious offences 97 pers, diseased slaves of insol-
for misdemcanors

| 26 yents, to report to provost mar-
(sec drunkenness, &c.)

shal when they become yaluable 23, 24
(sce notices)

to produce maltreated slaves

to special sessions and
Value of condemned slayes by jury 110

council of protection 33
provost-marshal to account for

not to give slave more than
sale to owner

111

20 lashes without prder of
where no nett proceeds, re-

justice

37
ceiver general to pay

111

not to keep slave, sent by
where deticiency, or sentence

owner, &c. inore than 10
of death, or hard labour, re-

days without such order of
ceiver-general to pay 112

justice

37
(see yaluation)

to receive runaways

50
Valuation of slave to be manumitted,

pay mile money and reward 50
where limitt d interest

68
to adyertise runaways

51
tobepaidreceiver-general 68, 69

to receive fees

51
recorded

69

to attest charges on oath
applicable to order of courts 71

(see escape, sentence, work-
subject to same limitations

houses, hard labor, trans-
as was slave

71

portation, and insolvents )
where tenant for life con-

to supply food and clothing 52
cerned
72 Working hours

26
may be vested in the pur-

wounding slaves

33
chase of other slaves 73 Yaws (see diseased slaves) & cocoa-
(see transportation, hard la,

bay
bour, &c.

Yearly returns of clothing, grounds,
Valuators (on manumission where li-

and allowance to be made ves-
mited interest) see value, valua-

tries

13

51

EXTRACTS

FROM THE

CODE RURAL

OF

HAYTL.

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