1600-1754: Law and Justice
1600-1754: Chapter Seven: Law and Justice
by THOMAS T. TAYLOR
TOPICS IN THE NEWS
The Antinomian Trials 253
Church and State 254
Conflict Resolution in Early New England 255
Conquest by the Rules 256
Crimes and Punishment 258
The Duke’s Laws 259
The English Bill of Rights 259
English Charters, Compacts, and Grants 259
John Peter Zenger Case 261
What ls Libel? 261
A Selective Listing of American Colonial Riots, 1654-1757 263
Legal Principles in French America 264
Legal Principles in Spanish America 265
Leisler’s Rebellion 265
Drawn and Quartered 266
New York’s “Negro Plot” of 1741 266
Regulating Trade Within the Empire 266
Slave Disturbances in Colonial America, 1663-1741 267
The Salem Witch Trials 268
Slavery and Slave Codes 269
James Alexander 271
Margaret Brent 271
Daniel Dulaney 272
William Fitzhugh 272
Andrew Hamilton 273
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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