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Legal Cases involved Slavery

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Legal Cases involved Slavery

Postby D J Thornton » Tue Aug 14, 2018 2:14 pm

William Blackstone on Women in the Eyes of the Law (1765)
Note: Women and the Law in the Colonial Era
An Act Concerning Feme-Sole Traders (1718)
Widows of New York and Taxes
Children, Apprenticeship, Education
Virginia Apprenticeship Statute (1646)
Children's Education in Plymouth (1685)
White Indentured Servitude
In re Wm. Wootton and John Bradye (1640)
South Carolina Servant Regulations (1761)
In re John Punch (1640)
In re Emanuel (1640)
Re Mulatto (1656)
Re Edward Mozingo (1672)
Moore vs. Light (1673)
Against Runaway Servants, Act XVI (1657-8)
How Long Servants Without Indentures Shall Serve, Act XVIII (1657-1658)
An Act for the Dutch and All Other Strangers for Trading to This Place, Act XVI (1659-1660)
Run-aways, Act CII (1661-1662)
Negro Womens Children to Serve According to the Condition of the Mother, Act XII (1662)
An Act Declaring that Baptisme of Slaves Doth Not Exempt Them from Bondage, Act II (1667)
An Act About the Casual Killing of Slaves, Act I (1669)
An Act For Preventing Negro Insurrections
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Edward1 Carter and his brother Thomas1 Carter, probably born in the 1640s, were slaves who were ...... His wife was probably Sarah Chandler, daughter of Edward Mozingo,

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