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Amendments of the Council, 1714 Dec. 23.

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Abstract

Contains amendments of the Council to the act for the better regulation of the Indian Trade. The amendments mention restrictions for trading with the Tributary Indians in the south side of the James River or any foreign Indians at Christanna. According to the amendments, the penalty for unlawful trade with the Indians outside of Christanna is the forfeiture of all goods & wares, one third payable to the King, one third to the Governor for the building & keeping in repair of a schoolhouse at Christanna for the education of Indian children, and one third to the informer of the illegal trade. The amendments are signed by William Robertson, Clerk of the General Assembly.