Unknown An act for regulating of trade and exportation
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Act requiring a security of Â£100 to be deposited for the transportation of pipe, staves, boards, and timber. It is also stipulated that the timber only be shipped to England, the West Indies, and the Summer or the Wine Islands. An additional note on p.2 states the author's opinion that this act is not meant as an affront or prejudice to New York, but rather, it is intended to promote trade in the province of New Jersey. Docketed on verso.
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