The General Assembly was concerned that unless a steady volume of trade could be secured for the inhabitants, then this law could not exist. Therefore, they ordered that the tobacco crops transported in sloops and shallops, and put on board ships in James City, Charles City and Surry County. If the planters refused to conform to this regulation, he was to be mulcted 1,000 pounds of tobacco.
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