1 edition of Acts of assembly, passed in the Island of Jamaica from 1681, to 1737, inclusive. found in the catalog.
Appended: An abridgement of the acts of Assembly, passed in the Island of Jamaica from 1681, to 1737, inclusive. London, 1739.
|Statement||Printed by Thomas Baskett and Robert Baskett, printers to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty|
|Publishers||Printed by Thomas Baskett and Robert Baskett, printers to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||75|
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deals with Obeah and Clauses LII and LIII repeat the former penalties for poisoning and having poisons in one's possession.
Although the number of Indians were fewer, this war was worse for the colonists than in 1644 because the Indians had become skilled in the use of firearms. for history of the Bennett family. The King also sent a thousand soldiers in eleven ships and a letter ordering Berkeley to return to England. Hugh Mackay to recruit from the Highlands of Scotland. Numerous Senecas had moved south and taken refuge in a fort of the Piscataways, driving the Susquehannocks into Maryland and Virginia.
He endeavoured to disable himself and desired to be excused but the Governor Sir William Beeston told him that he very well approved of their choice and he to 1737 the council was also very well satisfied.
" Herein we read under Clause XIII the very same words as in the above Act which was disallowed in 1684. It runs as follows: "And be it further enacted, That if there shall be found in the possession of any slave any poisonous drugs, pounded glass, [33.
Who and what is the Obeah man? Acts of Assembly, passed in the Island of Jamaica from 1681 to 1754, inclusive, London, 1756.
 This surmise is strengthened by the fact that the whole matter is thus placed immediately after Obeah to which the legislators evidently thought it was connected.
Again, the fowl with ruffled feathers, and half-naked neck and which the Jamaica "picknies" call peal-neck, i.
Ferguson, wherein the latest form of Myalistic Revivalism, known as Pocomanism, is thus described.
His daughter Elizabeth married the 2nd.
The maniac did not escape, but argued that the spirit moved him to kill Massa Parson.