THE CONCESSIONS AND AGREEMENTS
OF THE PROPRIETORS OF EAST JERSEY
Part IV: For the better security...
For the better security of the Propriators and all the
1. They are not to impose nor suffer to be imposed any Taxe
Custome Subsidie Talladge, Assessment, or any other duty
whatsoever upon any colour or pretence upon the said
Province and inhabitants thereof other then what shall be
imposed by the Authority and consent of the generall
Assembly and then only in manner as aforesaid.
2. They are to take care that Land quietlie held planted and
possessed seaven years after its being first duely
Surveyed by the Surveyor Generall or his Order shall not
be subject to any reveiw re-survey or alterac'on of
bounds on what pretence soever by any of us or any
officer or Minister under us.
3. They are to take care that noe man if his Cattell Stray
Range or Graze on any Ground within the said Province not
actually appropriated or sett out to perticular persons
shall be lyable to pay any Trespasse for the same to us
our heires &c: Provided that Custome of Com'ons be not
thereby pretended to; nor any person hindred from taking
up and appropriating any Lands soe grased upon, And that
noe person doe purposely suffer his Cattle to graze on