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Not maintainable on any contract for goods for rol. or upwards, unless

in writing, or the buyer receives part of them, or gives something in earnet or part payment,

Page 385 386 For fums not exceeding 100l. not to be brought in the supreme court, 429 For fums to the value of rol. how to be tried,

445 to 454 ADDITION, of defendants estate, or degree, or mystery, and of the place of which

he was or is to be inserted, in original writs in personal actions, and in appeals, indictments and informations,

302, 303 ADHERING to the enemies of the state, Certain persons attainted thereof, and their estates forfeited, Such persons banished from this state,

27 Other offenders how to be proceeded against,

27, 28, 29 What to be deemed evidence of the offence,

29, 30 Forms of the proceedings,

35, 36, 37 Errors in the proceedings remedied, Proceedings confirmed,

139 ADMINISTRATION, To whom to be granted,

334 363 How and by whom to be granted,

363 When granted with a will annexed, the will to be observed, On estates not exceeding 15l. to be granted without fee,

ibid. ADMINISTRATORS, Who have left this state, how to be proceeded against, ing to 122 No real estate of intestate to be affected by judgments againft them, 238 How to proceed where personal estate is insufficient to pay debts, ibid. Not liable to pay costs in suits prosecuted in right of the inteftate, 313 Liable for goods taken away by the intestate,

333 May recover and shall be answerable as executors,

334 May have a writ of idemptitate nominis,

ibid. De bonis non may have a scire facias,

335 Of executors or administrators liable for waste,

ibid. Of bailiffs, guardians and receivers, liable to actions of account, ibid. How to make and exhibit inventories,

ibid. To give bond on obtaining letters of administration, Their bonds, if forfeited, how to be prosecuted,

367 Not to be cited to render an account otherwise than by an inventory,

but in behalf of a minor, or at the instance of a party interested, Not chargeable on their own promise unless in writing, Estates pur auter vie to be aflets in their hands,

387 ADMIRALT Y, The judge thereof to appoint the register and marthal,

11 Seal to be devised and inade for the court, Appeals when to be made and how prosecuted,

150, 151, 152 Encroachments thereof how prevented,

338, 339 May take cognizance of death or maihem done in great rivers out of any county,

339 Penalty for proceeding therein for things done on land,

ibid. ADULTERY, Mode of trial thereof,

366

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357 358 359

ADVOCATES, What persons to be admitted,

Page 357 To be sworn,

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If found in default, to be put out of the roll,
Penalty on them for deceiving the court or party,
What persons not to act as advocates,

AFFIDAVITS,
To be used as evidence in other states, how to be taken,
To be used in the courts of common pleas, general fellions, or mayors
courts, may be taken before a justice of the fupreme court,

3%8 A GE, Not allowed in a suit by a woman or her heirs for lands aliened by the husband,

395 Not allowed in writs of entry in the per,

404 Inquest in what cafes not to be delayed by nonage of plaintiff, ibid,

ALBANY, city of, Aldermen to have the power of justices of the peace,

302 Charter thereof altered,

420 to 422 Court, mayor's, terms thereof lengthened,

307 Before whom to be held,

421, 422 Form of the records of judgments therein,

308, 309 Diminution of records thereof may be alledged, 309 Execution not to be issued until judgment is ligned, ibid. Manner of proceeding where special bail is not required,

341 Election of corporation officers, when to be held,

421 Firemen exempted from serving as jurors,

271 Freemen admitted on or before 20th April 1777, may vote for mem

bers of assembly, Glass windows, penalty for breaking or defacing thein, Inspectors of elections, how to be appointed,

317 Knockers, penalty for breaking or defacing them, Lamps, penalty for breaking or taking thein down, or putting out the lights,

ibid. Mayor to have the power of a justice of the peace,

302 Porches, penalty for breaking or defacing them,

426 Recorder to have the power of a justice of the peace,

3oz to hold common council in the absence of the mayor,

ALBAN Y, county of. Courts of general fesfions and common pleas when and where to be held, 306 Highways therein how to be laid out, regulated and repaired, See highways.

105 Aet for regulating them amended, How many days inhabitants to work thereon,

ibid. Disputes where they extend from one county into another, how to be settled,

459 In the colonie how to be regulated and repaired, $72, 273 Loan-officers, how to proceed,

279 ALDERMEN. See Albany. Hudson. New York. Justices of the peace.

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ALIENATION
Freeholders may alien their lands at pleasure,
Fines for alienation taken away,

359, 378
By tenants in dower, by the courtesy and for life prevented, 392 to 396
By husband or tenant by the courtesy not to bar issue of the wife, 395

ALLEGIANCE,
Qath of, to be taken by electors,

8,321, 329
and by persons naturalized,

15
and by certain legatees,

153
ALLODIAL
Estates in lands granted by this state to be allodial,
AMERCIAMENTS. See Exchequer.

APPEALS,
From chancery, admiralty and court of probates, how made and
profecuted,

151, 152
Of rape, by whom to be brought,

338, 349
To be tried according to the laws of this state,

349
Not allowed to a woman for the death of any other than her husband, 349
Of rape may be brought by the woman ravished,

ibid.
To be sued hy the huiband, father or next of kin of the woman ravished
if the consents to the ravither,

ibid.
Of murder when sufficient and within what time to be sued,

ibid.
Not barred by conviction or acquittal on indictment,

ibid.
To be commenced in person, but may be pursued by attoniey, 350

APPEARANCE,
How and by whom to be entered,

340, 841
A R M Y. See Lands.

ARREST. See Sheriff.
Penalty for causing any person to be arrested in the name of others
unknown or without their consent,

342, 343
ASSEMBLY,
To consist of seventy members, chosen annually,

6
Number of members to be chosen by each county,
Members how to be proportioned after the census is taken,
Privileges, and manner of proceeding,

8
To enter objections of council of revision to bills at large in their minutes, 6
Not to adjourn for more than two days, without content of the fenate, 9
To hold conferences with the senate when they disagree,

ibid.
Their doors to be kept open,

ibid.
To publish their proceedings,

ibid.
Their number not to exceed three hundred,

ibid.
To nominate and appoint a council of appointment,
Bills objected to by the council of revision, and palled last by the assembly,
to be delivered to the secretary by the speaker,

17
Freedom of speech, debate and proceedings, not to be impeached, 290
To appoint a committee to canvass the votes for governor and senators 323
Members when to take their seats after their election,

327
ASSESSORS,
To be chosen by the people,

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And supervisors and town-clerks to be inspectors of elections, 317

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ASSISE,
Of what it lies, and manner of proceeding therein, Page 397, 398, 400
Certificate thereof, in what cases to be granted and proceedings thereon, 398
Special, in what cafes to be granted,

399, 400
Tenants may appear in person, or by attorney or bailiff,

404
Panels of jurors to be made six days before court,

ibid.
Plaintiffs may abridge their plaints of a moiety, or any other part, ibid.

ATTACHMEN T. See Debtors.

ATTAINDER.
No acts of attainder to be pailed by the legislature, except for crimes
committed before the end of the war,

14
Persons attainted of adhering to the enemies of the ftate,
Of husband for treason or felony, no bar of dower,

295
ATTORNIES,
How to be appointed, licenced and regulated,

II, 356 to 359
May be made by all persons of full age and found mind, except defend-
ants in criminal cales, liable to corporal punishment,

356, 357
Their warrants how to be taken, and when to be filed,

357
What persons to be admitted,

ibid.
To take an oath,

ibid.
Those found in default, to be put out of the roll,

ibid.
In case of their death, or being put out of the roll, party to be notified, 357, 358
Penalty on them for deceiving the court or party,

358
Not to commence suits for fees until eight days after bill delivered, ibid.
To put their names to process for arreft and executions,

ibid.
Not to suffer others to prosecute or defend suits in their names,

358, 359
What persons not allowed to act as attornies,.

359
ATORNMENT,
Not to be entered on fines without appearance of the party,

379
AUCTION. See Vendues.

AUDITOR
How to be appointed,
His power and duty,

46, 183 to 186
His falary,

46, 210
How to liquidate accounts of Udny Hay,

183
State agent's deputies to deliver accounts and vouchers to him on oath, 183
How to state accounts of state agent and his deputies.

183 184
How to settle such accounts where vouchers are wanting,

184
To settle accounts and claims of citizens against state agent,

185
To do the duty alligned the treasurer respecting quit-rents,

460
AUTHORS.
To have the sole right of printing and publishing their works for a
limited time,

274, 275
Name and title of book to be registered,

274
To furnish the public with sufficient editions,

275
Penalty for printing and publining them without consent of the pro-
prietors.

ibid,

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AIL.
EXCESSIVE bail not to be required,
Ferrons arrefted on mesne process in personal actions, or on indictments
for trespals, to be let to bail,

339
Bail bonds how to be taken,

ibid.
What persons not bailable by sheriffs,

350
Juslices of the peace may bail persons taken on suspicion of felony, 350, 374

BALLO T. See Governor. Election,

BANK,
Of North-America incorporated,

50 to 52
Officers or servants thereof fraudulently converting the property or
credit thereof to the r own use, guilty of felony,

52
BILLS of CREDIT.
200,000). in bills of credit to be emitted,

240
Number and form of the bills, and by whom to be signed,

241
Oath of the printer,

241
Signer's duty and oath,

241, 242
Treasurer to deliver certain sums to loan officers,

242
When and how, and by whom to be destroyed,

257
When to be exchanged by the treasurer,

ibid.
To be received for duties, and by loan-officers,
In what cafes to be a legal tender,

BISCUIT,
Cafk containing it to be branded,

161
BOOKS,
Penalty for printing and publishing them without the consent of the pro-
prietor,

BOUNTY.
Two regiments raised on bounties of land,
How such lands to be located and granted,

41, 122 to 127
Lands to be forfeited if not settled,

43
Troops raised to complete the line of the state, and the two regiments
on bounties of land,

47, 48, 49
Persons entitled to bounties to produce certificates,

122, 123
Lands to be surveyed at the expence of the party,

124
Locations on certain lands may be withdrawn,

283
BUGGERY,
Made felony, and punishable with death,

336
BUILDINGS,
Appropriated to the use of the governor and secretary, 69, 148, 149

260

261

275

Capias

APIAS PRO FINE.
NOT to be issued in actions of trespass, eje&tment, affault, and falfe im-

prisonment,

316

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