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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1666-1670
Volume 57, Page 11   View pdf image (33K)
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             Provincial Court Proceedings, 1665—66.   11

    John Gilson was Comandr and from Kingsale in the said Kingdome Liber FF
    heither to Our Prouince of Maryland did come and arriue in the
    month of Octobr last past wth instruccons to trade and Comerce
      And whereas Wee being informed by Wm Caluert Esq Our
    Atturney Generall for Our said prouince that the said shipe was
    Lyable to forfeiture, upon the breach of a Certaine Act of Parlia-
    ment of King Charles the second that now is begunn att westminster
    the 8th May 1661 in the 13th yeare of his Raigne and there Continued
    untill the 19th of May in the 34th yeare of his Maties Raigne and thence
    prorogued to the 18th of february then Next following and there
    continued till the 27th of July in the 15th yeare of his Maties Raigne
    and then Prorogued to the 16th of March then next following
      It stands Enacted by the Authority of the said Parliament, that [p. 208]
    from and after the flue & twentyth day of March 1664 no Comodity
    of the Growth produccon or manufacture of Europe shall be im-
    ported into any Island land Plantacon Colony Territory or place
    to his Maty belonging or which shall belong hereafter unto or be in
    the posson of his Maty his heires & successrs in Asia Africa or Amer-
    ica (Tangier only excepted) but what shall be bona fide and wthout
    fraud laden and shiped in England Wales or the towne of Berwick
    upon Tweede and in English built shipping or which were bona fide
    bought before the first day of October 1662 and had such Certiffi-
    cate thereof as is directed in One Act passed the last sessions of this
    prsent Parliamt, Entituled an Act for preuenting of frauds and regu-
    lating abuses in his Maties Customes, and whereof the Mastr and three
    fourths of the Marriners att least are English and which shall be
    Caryed directly thence to the said lands Islands Plantacons Colonies
    Territoryes or places and from no other place or places whatsoeuer,
    any law Statute or usage to the Contrary notwthstanding, undr the
    penalty of the Losse of all such Comodityes of the growth produccon
    or manufacture of Europe as shall be imported into any of them from
    any other place wtsoeuer by land or water, and if by water of the
    shipe or uessell also, in which they were imported, wth all her Gunns
    Tackle Furniture Ammunicon and Apparell, One third to his MatY [p. 209]
    heires and successors One third to the Gouernor of such land Island
    plantacon Colony Territory or place into which such goods were
    imported, if the said shipe vessell or Goods be there seized or in-
    formed agst or sued for, Otherwise the third part allsoe to his Maty
    his heires and succesors and the other third part to him or them
    who shall seize informe or sue for the same in any of his Maties
    Courts in such of the said lands Islands Colonyes plantacons Terri-
    toryes or places where the Offence was Committed or in any Court
    of Record in England, by Bill informacon plaint or other Accon,
    wherein noe Essoign Protection or wager in law shall be allowed,
    Uppon wch informacon to Us read Wee being willing in that behalfe fe
    Justice to doe in Complyances to the lawes aforesaid, did at Our

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