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Public Perries shall be constantly kept at the following places, and

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From David Miner's, in the Horse Shoe settlement,
across Cheat river to the mouth of Clover run,
From George Lumpkin's, across Dan river, to Tho-
mas Worsham's, in Pittsylvania,
From George Jones's, in Grayson, across New river,
to James Jones's, on the opposite shoré, -
From William Cannon's, in Buckingham, across
James river, to Richard Cocke's, -
From Joseph Sommerville's, in Monongalia, across
Tyger Valley river, to John Nixon's, ''
From James Addair's, in Montgomery, across New
river, to James Craig's, on the opposite shore,
From William Morris's, in Kanawha, across Gauly
river, to his land on the opposite shore,
From George Clendinen's, across Elk river, to An-
drew Donnally’s and James Robertson's,
From George Clendinen's, across Great Kanawha,
to Childers's, :

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No. XI.

For a man For a horse
Cents.

From Collin Cocke's, in Prince George, across James
river, to Collier Harrison's, on the opposite shore,
From John Alderson's, in Greenbrier, across Green-
brier river, to William Morris's, on the opposite
shore, -
From the landing of Fauntleroy in Richmond county
across Rappahannock river, to Tappahannock,
From Sarah Hooe’s landing in King George county, a-
cross Potowmac river, to Cedar Point in Maryland,

- - [Acts of 1796, ch. 49, pa. 30.] From Alexander M'Intire's, in Monongalia, across Monongalia river, to Coleby Chew's, on the opposite shore, * - - From Thomas Bennett's, in Hampshire, across Potow mac river, to Dayid Miskimmins's, on the opposite shore in Maryland, From John Beard's in Ohio, across Ohio river, to the opposite shore, * From Charles Callaway's, in Pittsylvania, across Staunton river, to James Callaway’s, From John Stricker's, in Ohio, across Ohio river, to the opposite shore, above the mouth of M*Mahan's creek, - - From George Thomas's, in Pittsylvania, across Dan river, to John Lewis's, in Halifax, From John Henderson's, dec. in Greenbrier, across New river, to John Toney's, on the opposite shore, From William Staples's, at the mouth of Stonewall creek, in Campbell, across James river, to Joseph Mayo's, on the opposite shore, t From Henry Thomson's, in Harrison, across Tyger Valley river, to Henry Banks's, From John Cuppy's, below the mouth of Tumblinson's run, in Ohio, across Ohio river, From Joseph Liggon's, in Halifax, across Dan river, to John Wilson's, on the opposite shore, From Baldwin Dade's, in Fairfax, across Potomac river, to the opposite shore, • * From the said Baldwin Dade's, to the city of Washington, in the state of Maryland, From John Coffman's, in Shenandoah, across the South fork of Shenandoah river, to Abraham Strickler’s, : From John Evans, jun’rs', and Benjamin Reeder's, in Monongalia, across Monongalia river, at the mouth of Pawpa creek, to Josiah Prickett's, From Westover, across James river, to Maycox's, or Coggin's point, From Shirley to Bermuda Hundred, The ferries from the land of Edward Cox, called Kingsland ferry, across James river, and also the ferry from William Galt's in Campbell, scross the said river, discontinued,

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* No. XI. " :- For a man For a horse s Cents. Cents. [Acts of 1797, ch. 61, pa. 35.] l From Walter Denny's, in Ohio, across Ohio river, to Andrew Woods's, on the opposite shore, 8 & From Joseph Tomlinson's, in Ohio, at the mouth of & Little Grave creek, across Ohio river, to the opposite shore, . . . . . . . - From John Atkinson's, in Ohio, across Ohio river, * to David Cloyd's, on the opposite shore, - 8 8 From John Nicholls's, in Ohio, across Obio river, to the opposite shore, - . . . 8 8 From John Southerlin’s, in Pittsylvania, across Dan river, to his land on the opposite shore, 4. 4. From the land of John Stokeley, in Harrison, across Little Kanawha river, to his land on the opposite shore, - -

[Acts of 1797, ch. 63, pa. 33.] o “ In lieu of the rates heretofore allowed by law to - the ferry from the land of the heirs of John Bowdoin, in the county of Northampton, to the towns of York, Hampton and Norfolk, the following rates shall be established, and no more : For: a man or horse passing singly, five dollars ; for a man or horse, if there be more than one, and less than five, three dollars fifty cents; where there are more than four, three dollars; for every coach, chariot or waggon; and the driver thereof, the , same as for five horses; for every two wheeled chaise, or chair, the same as for two horses.” It shall not be lawful for any person of the counties of Accomack and Northampton, for any reward or promise thereof, to set over the said bay. of Chesapeake, to either of the said towns of York, Hampton, or Norfolk, or other place adjacent to . the said towns, any person or persons, their horses or carriages; and he or she offending herein, shall. forfeit and pay for every such offence, the penalty: of twenty dollars, to be recovered by information or petition, in any court of record within this com-o: monwealth, by the keeper of the said ferry: Provided nevertheless, That this act shall not be construed to prevent the inhabitants of Accomack from conveying each other across the said bay of .

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f [Acts of 1797, ch. 64, pa. 36.]

From Samuel Pannell's, in Campbell, across Staun-
ton river, to Joseph Echols’ dec. in Halifax, 4. 4.

* The keeper of the ferry from the land of Peter . '.
Light, in the county of Berkeley, across Potow-
mac river, shall be allowed eight cents for a man
and the same for a horse, instead of the rates here-
tofore allowed by law.”

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For a man For a horse

Cents. Cents. [Acts of 1798, ch. 38, pa. 19.] * In lieu of the rates heretofore allowed by law to the ferry from the lands of the heirs of John Bowdoin, in the county of Northampton, to the towns of York, Hampton and Norfolk, the following rates shall be established and no more : For a man or horse passing singly, five dollars; for a man or horse if there be more than one, three dollars; for every coach, chariot, or waggon, and the driver thereof, the same as for five horses; for every two wheeled chaise, or chair, the same as for two

horses.”

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From Ebenezer Zane's, in Ohio, across Ohio river, opposite to Wheeling island, 10 1O From Josiah Gamble's in Brooke, across Ohio river, - * to the opposite shore, - 8 1-3 -8 1-3 From William George's, in Lee, across Clinch river, to the opposite shore, 6 1-4 6 1-4 From Gabriel Chrisman's, in Lee, across Powell's i river, to the opposite shore, * * - ... 6 1-4 6 1-4 From Thomas East's, dec. in Pittsylvania, across taunton river, to John Brown's, in Campbell, 4. 4. From Edward Hart's, in Randolph, across Tyger, Valley river, to his land on the opposite shore, 4 1-6 41-6 *rom Peter Johnston's, in Harrison, across Tyger Valley river, to Charles Gallahur's, on the oppo- . site shore, A 1-6 41-6 From John Welch's, at the Island ford, in Grayson, across New river, to his land on the opposite

shore, : - - 6 1-4 6 1-4 From Obadiah Smith's, in Mecklenburg, across Dan

river, to the opposite shore in Halifax, 4. 4. From Richard Wells's, in Brooke, across Ohio river,

to the opposite shore, 8 1-3 8 1-3 From George Edgenton's, in Brooke, across Ohio

river, to the opposite shore, 8 1-3 8 1-3

From George Woodson's, in Henrico, at Four mile Creek, across James river, instead of the rates heretofore allowed, 1O 1O From George Jones's, in Grayson, across New riyer, to James Jones's, instead of the rates hereto

fore allowed, 6 1-4 6 1-4

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From John Fulton's, on Ohio river, to the opposite

shore, 8 1-3 8 1-3 From Richard Kelly's, at the mouth of Harmon's | treek on the Ohio river, to the opposite shore, 8 1-3 8 1-3.

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(Acts of 1799, ch. 30, pa. 17.)

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From Hugh Phelps's, in Wood, across the Little
, Kanawha river, to Alexander Parker's, dec.
From Caleb Hitchcock's; in Wood, across Ohio ri-
ver, to the lands of the United States; on the op-
posite shore, . -
From Alexander Stuart's, in Monroe; across New
river, to his land on the opposite shore, in Mont-
gomery, -
From James Graham's; in Monroe, across Green-
brier river, to Conrod Keller's, on the opposite
shore, -
From Elijah Gates's, in Wood, across Ohio river,
to Jonathan Stone's, on the opposite shore,
From John Stokeley's, at the mouth of the Little
Kanawha, across Ohio river, to the lands of the
United States, on the opposite shore,
From John Wilson's across Ohio river, to the oppo-
site shore, . -
From Jesse Taylor's, in the town of Alexandria,
across Potowmac river, to the opposite shore, in
the state of Maryland, -
From James town across James river, to Swann's
point, and from Swann's point to James town, in-
stead of the rates heretofore allowed,

- (Act of 1800, ch. 24, pa. 15.)
From Nathaniel Davidson's, in Harrison, across the
mouth of Elk creek, and the west fork, near Clarks-
burg, to William Berkeley's and Edward M.Car-
ty’s, on the opposite shores,
From Shirley to City Point, ... - - -
From City Point to Shirley and to Bermuda Hun-
dred,
From Joshua Hurd's, across Ohio river, to the op-
posite shore, * -
From Stéphen Tease's, in Kanawha, atross Kanawha
river, to Fry's and others’; and from his land
across Coal river, to Martha Washington's, on
the opposite shore, -
From David Mraney's, held under a lease from
Denny Fairfax, across Shenandoah river, to Ro-
bert Carter's, - - -
From Benjamin Kendrick's, across the South branch
of Shenandoah river, to Christopher Stover's, on
the opposite shore, o •
From Samuel Pugh's, in Wood, across Ohio river,
to Isaac Mixer's, on the opposite shore,

(Acts of 1800, ch, 32, pa. 19.)

Instead of the rates heretofore allowed by law, at the ferries hereafter mentioned, the rates of ferriage shall be as followeth : viz.

Cents.

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