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" ... of the prosecuting attorney. The owners might not prevent the slaves from marrying, whether with a slave of the estate to which he belonged or with a slave from another estate. In the latter case the wife should follow the husband, and the owner of... "
south america on the eve of emancipation - Página 110
por bernard moses, ph.d., ll.d. - 1908
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The American Law Journal, Volumen6

John Elihu Hall - 1817
...dwellings or hospitals of slaves, or who shall abandon their aged, infirm, or young slaves, shall be fined fifty dollars for the first offence, one hundred dollars for the second, and two hundred dollars for the third; and the said fines shall be paid by the master, even when the...
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Constitution of the State of North-Carolina: Together with the Ordinances ...

North Carolina. Constitutional Convention - 1868 - 129 páginas
...be guilty of a violation of this ordinance, on being convicted before a competent court, shall pay a fine of fifty dollars for the first offence, one hundred dollars for the second offence, and for the third offence his distillery sb.aH be eljsed by the Sheriff. In this ordinance, each day in...
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CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF NORTH-CAROLINA, TOGETHER WITH THE ORDINANCES ...

1868
...guilty of a violation of this ordinance, on being convicted before a competent court, shall pay a tine of fifty dollars for the first offence, one hundred dollars for the second offence, and for the third offence his distillery shall be closed by the Sheriff. In this ordinance, eacli day in...
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The Temperance Movement and Its Workers: A Record of Social, Moral ..., Volumen3

Peter Turner Winskill - 1892
...any adjoining county in which the act is in force. A person who sells or keeps for sale liquors is liable to a fine of fifty dollars for the first offence,...one hundred dollars for the second offence, and two months' imprisonment for the third. An employ6 is held equally guilty with the principal. The collector...
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South America on the Eve of Emancipation: The Southern Spanish Colonies in ...

Bernard Moses - 1908 - 356 páginas
...sent to the hospital at his expense, and in case of death the owner should bear the expense of burial. The owners were, moreover, required to support the...should proceed against the owner or overseer who had given the punishment. If the owner or overseer should injure, wound, or kill a slave, he should be...
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The Spanish Dependencies in South America: An Introduction to the ..., Volumen1

Bernard Moses - 1914
...sent to the hospital at his expense, and in case of death the owner should bear the expense of burial. The owners were, moreover, required to support the...should proceed against the owner or overseer who had given the punishment. If the owner or overseer should injure, wound, or kill a slave, he should be...
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The Spanish Dependencies in South America: An Introduction to the ..., Volumen2

Bernard Moses - 1914
...sent to the hospital at his expense, and in case of death the owner should bear the expense of burial. The owners were, moreover, required to support the...should proceed against the owner or overseer who had given the punishment. If the owner or overseer should injure, wound, or kill a slave, he should be...
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The Spanish Dependencies in South America: An Introduction to the ..., Volumen2

Bernard Moses - 1914
...wife should follow the husband, and the owner of the husband was required to purchase the wife. I n view of the fact that the owner held a paternal relation...should proceed against the owner or overseer who had given the punishment. If the owner or overseer should injure, wound, or kill a slave, he should be...
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The Spanish Dependencies in South America: An Introduction to the ..., Volumen2

Bernard Moses - 1914
...view of the fact that the owner held a paternal relation to the slave, if the slave failed to fulf1l his filial obligation, he might and ought to be given...should proceed against the owner or overseer who had given the punishment. If the owner or overseer should injure, wound, or kill a slave, he should be...
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