1819.030: Senate Amendments to Bill on Criminal Proceedings of Free Persons (2).
Full Title: [Amendment proposed by the Senate to the bill, entitled, An act to reduce into one act the several acts concerning yhe method of proceeding against free persons charged with certain crimes; declaring the mode of proceeding on indictments, inhumations, and prosecutions <in penal statutes, and for preventing vexatious ami malicious prosecutions, and moderating amercements].
Author: Virginia. General Assembly. Senate.
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: Thomas Ritchie
Title here taken from House journal; item is part of Revisal of the Laws, in which individual statutes included in the collection were rewritten and reorganized, as here; statute being drafted here became Chap. 169 of the Revised Code of 1819. No copy known extant; public printer Thomas Ritchie was ordered on February 27, 1819, to print 250 copies of this proposal for the use of the Assembly, so the attribution here to the partnership then conducting Ritchie's press. Ritchie was also ordered to print earlier versions of this bill on January 9th (1819.004) and February 22nd (1819.026).
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