13 Statutes at Large; Being a Collection of All the Laws of Virginia, from the First Session of the Legislature [i] (1823)

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BEING
A COLLECTION
OF ALL THE
LAWS OF VIRGINIA,
FROM THE
FIRST SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE,
IN THE YEAR 1619.
13UBLISHED PURSUANT TO AN ACT OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY
OF VIRGINIA, PASSED ON THE FIFTH DAY OF FEBRUARY,
ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND EIGHT.
VOLUME XIII.
By WILLIAM WALLER HENING.
fg1 he Laws of a country are necessarily connected with every thing belonging
to the people of it; so that a thorough knowledge of them, and of their pro-
gress would inform us of every thing that was most useful to be known about
them; and one of the greatest imperfections of historians in genera], is owing
to their ignorance of law.
Priestley'8 Lect. on Rist. vol. 1, pa. 149.
PHILADELPHIA:
PUBLISHED FOR THE EDITOR, BY THOMAS DESILVER, No. 253,
MARKET STREET.
W&lliam .Bron, Printer.
1823.

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