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196                                                                STATUTES FOUND APPLICABLE,

CHAP. 35.  An act for the better recruiting his majesty's forces on the continent of
    America, and for the better regulation of the army, and preventing desertion there.

    It may be inferred from the title, that this statute had some operation in the province.
 

30 George 2.--A. D. 1757.

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CHAP. 9.  An act to prohibit, for a limited time, the exportation of corn, &c. (except
    fish, roots and rice, to be exported to any part of Europe, southward of Cape
    Finistere
,) from his majesty's colonies and plantations in America, unless to Great-Britain
    or Ireland, or to some of the said colonies and plantations, &c.

    This statute was of course extended to the province, except as to the last part.
 

2 George 3.--A. D. 1761.

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CHAP. 16.  An act for the encouragement of seamen, and the more speedy and effectual
manning his majesty's navy.

    A part of this statute related to prizes, and the admiralty courts in America.

CHAP. 25.  An act for naturalizing such foreign protestants, as have served, or shall
    serve for the time therein mentioned, as officers and soldiers in his majesty's royal
    American regiment, or as engineers in America. 

    See the note on 13 George 2, Ch. 7.

CHAP. 31.  An act for making perpetual, an act for the better regulation and government
    of seamen in the merchant service, and for extending the provisions
    thereof to his majesty's colonies in America.

    See the note on 2 George 2, Ch. 36.
 

4 George 3.--A. D. 1763.

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CHAP. 15.  An act for granting certain duties in the British colonies and plantations
    in America.--For continuing and making perpetual an act passed in the sixth year
    of the reign of his late majesty, king George the second, entitled, An act for the
    better securing and encouraging the trade of his majesty's sugar colonies in America.
    --For applying the produce of those duties, and of the duties to arise by virtue
    of the said act, towards defraying the expences of defending, protecting and securing
    the said colonies and plantations, &c.

    This act was, of course, to have an operation in the province of Maryland, as well as in the other
colonies, or plantations.  It is not necessary to detail the provisions, which were numerous.  See the
case of Dashiel against Heron, in Harris and McHenry reports, page 385.

 

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