The reader is introduced to the laws of colonial Virginia and their impact on the daily lives of colonial Virginians residing in Loudoun County. It contains insightful analyses, anecdotes and discussions. The book is organized into 30 subject areas which are presented chronologically.ambiguous reference to another ferry that was operated by Patrick McKenzey in 1763, but it seems likely that ... public Ferry ... appointed across Potowmack River , from the Plantation of Francis Awbrey ... over to Maryland; the price for a ... on exported tobacco, and indirectly prohibited the transport of tobacco into Maryland on Awbreya#39;s ferry by specifically disallowing a charge for the ferriage of tobacco.
|Title||:||The Historian's Guide to Loudoun County, Virginia: Colonial laws of Virginia and county court orders, 1757-1766|
|Author||:||John T. Phillips (II.)|