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" Whereas some doubts, have arisen whether negro women set free were still to be accompted tithable according to a former act, It is declared by this grand assembly that negro women, though permitted to enjoy / their... "
American Negro Slavery: A Survey of the Supply, Employment and Control of ... - Page 76
by Ulrich Bonnell Phillips - 1918 - 529 pages
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The Statutes at Large: Being a Collection of All the Laws of Virginia, from ...

Virginia, William Waller Hening - Law - 1810
...habl» tnta grand assembly that negro women, though permit- t0n»y taxes. ted to enjoy their ffreedome yet ought not in all respects to be admitted to a...exemptions and impunities of the English, and are still lya« ble to payment of taxes. Various Readings. * In Purvis »nd Ch City and P Rand. MsS. and edi....
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Source-book of American History: Ed. for Schools and Readers

Albert Bushnell Hart - United States - 1899 - 408 pages
...other is just to repaire the damages susteyned by the master. . . . Negro women not exempted from tax. WHEREAS some doubts, have arisen whether negro women...to be accompted tithable according to a former act, // is declared by this grand assembly that negro women, though permitted to enjoy their ffreedome yet...
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Source-book of American History: Ed. for Schools and Readers

Albert Bushnell Hart - United States - 1899 - 408 pages
...other is just to repaire the damages susteyned by the master. . . . Negro women not exempted from tax. WHEREAS some doubts, have arisen whether negro women...to be accompted tithable according to a former act, // is declared by this grand assembly that negro women, though permitted to enjoy their ffreedome yet...
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Source-book of American History: Ed. for Schools and Readers

Albert Bushnell Hart - United States - 1899 - 408 pages
...» i • iii T later phases women set free were still to be accompted tithable according Of S]avery, to a former act, It is declared by this grand assembly...that ^° negro women, though permitted to enjoy their ffreedome yet ought not in all respects to be admitted to a full fruition of aDOut runathe exemptions...
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Source-book of American History: Ed. for Schools and Readers

Albert Bushnell Hart - United States - 1899 - 408 pages
...grand assembly that Contempora. . . rtes, III. negro women, though permitted to enjoy their rfreedome yet ought not in all respects to be admitted to a full fruition of about runathe exemptions and impunities [immunities! of the English, wa^ aPP|tes l ' I [ 'to white...
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The White Man's Burden: Historical Origins of Racism in the United States

Winthrop D. Jordan - Mathematics - 1974 - 229 pages
...elements in the ChristianNegro distinction in favor of secular nationality: Negroes were, in 1667, "not in all respects to be admitted to a full fruition...of the exemptions and impunities of the English." As time went on, as some Negroes became assimilated to the English colonial culture, as more "raw Africans"...
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Witnessing Slavery: The Development of Ante-bellum Slave Narratives

Frances Smith Foster - Literary Criticism - 1979 - 194 pages
...Punch shall serve his said master or his assigns for the time of his natural life here or else where."5 Whereas some doubts, have arisen whether negro women...freedome yet ought not in all respects to be admitted to full fruition of the exemptions and impunities of the English, and are still lyable to payment of taxes....
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Civic Ideals: Conflicting Visions of Citizenship in U.S. History

Rogers M. Smith - Law - 1999 - 719 pages
...provisions enforced by white patrol forces. As early as 1668, the Virginia Assembly added that free blacks "ought not in all respects to be admitted to a full fruition of the exemptions and immunities of the English," an attitude all the colonies shared. Even so, one record indicates that...
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The Invention of the White Race, Volume 2

Theodore W. Allen - History - 1994 - 372 pages
...explicit grounds that “though permitted to enjoy their freedome ... [they] ought not in all respects be admitted to a full fruition of the exemptions and impunities of the English.” 2 In October 1669, owners who killed their Negro or Indian lifetime bond-laborers under “correction”...
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American Body Politics: Race, Gender, and Black Literary Renaissance

Felipe Smith - Literary Criticism - 1998 - 419 pages
...the condition of servitude, proclaiming that "Negro women, though permitted to enjoy their freedom yet ought not in all respects to be admitted to a...fruition of the exemptions and impunities of the English" (Chambers, 37). By strictly controlling access to white wombs and legally inscribing black wombs as...
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