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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, April 1666-June 1676
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26 Assembly Proceedings, April — May 1666.

U. H.
Journal
1659-69

5 That in case of danger the Governor shall appoynte a
place to which the Indians of the aforesaid nacons shall bring
their wives & children to be secured from danger of any forreign
Indians & that in case the men of the aforesd nacons chance to
be killed that the women & children shall remayne free & not
be servants to the English
6 That Nicholas Emanson doe make the Indians of Hange-
maick sattisfaccon for the damage by him done to their Corne
in case George Thompson & John Browne testefy that the sd
Emanson did willfully throwe downe the fence about their
Cornefeild.
7 That the Indians of Hangemaick shall remayne vpon the
place where they now live & tht Mecatahammon sonne to their
last king be King over tht people imediately under the pro-
tection of the Lord Propr of this Province & subject to noe
Indian whatsoever.
8 That John Roberts & Thomas Morris doe pay the Indians
of Chingwawateick one hundred & twenty armes length of
Roaneoke for the Indian that was slayne by them at the head
of Portoback Creeke in August last.
9 That every Indian that killeth or stealeth A hogge calfe
or other beaste, or other goods shall vndergoe the same punishmt
that an Englishman doth for the same offence
10 That the severall nacOns aforesd shall continue vpon the
places where they now live & that the honoble the Governor be
desired to layout their severall bounds as to him in justice
shall seeme most for the publick good betweene this & the
last of June next ensueing within which bounds it shall not be

p. 282

lawfull for the sd nacons to entertayne any forreign Indians
whatsoever to Hue with them without leaue from the Lord
Propr or his cheife Governor here for the tyme being & that
the sd Indians shall not be forced or removed from the sd places
soe to be lymited and appoynted to them by the Governor as
aforesd vnles the nacon or nacons or any perticuler person of
those nacons hereafter to be removed shall signify their willing-
nes to be removed by the consent of their Matchcomics to such
Comrs as the sd Lord Proprietor or his cheife Governor here
for the tyme being by Comon vnder the greate seale of this
Province to be authorized to take the same & lycence there-
vpon from his sd lop. or his Governor here to remove had and
obtayned.
11 That the aforesd nacons shall from & after the first of
December next ensueing fence in their Cornefields from hoggs
& Cattle of the English And if any English man willfully
throwe downe any of their fences they shall make the Indians
full sattisfaccon for their damage.
12 In case any servants or Slaves run away from their



 
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