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 Post subject: More historical and reference links
PostPosted: Wed Sep 27, 2006 4:43 pm 
I found these (again) while going through my bookmark folder. :wink:

Curing "Dark" leaf and Perique. (1897)

http://www.saveseeds.org/library/books/ ... _1897.html

A collection of links

http://www.victoryseeds.com/tobacco/backer_links.html

Enjoy! :)


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 Post subject: Re: More historical and reference links
PostPosted: Wed May 13, 2009 9:59 pm 
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In old time Virginia; if you missed Church, you had to pay a pound of tobacco.

[Throughout the first half of the seventeeth century, many laws relating to religion, some quite severe, were passed by the Jamestown assembly. All show clearly the extent to which religion played a central role in the government of Virginia.]

March 5, 1624

"That there shall be in every plantation, where the people use to meete for the worship of God, a house or room sequestred for that purpose, and not to be for any temporal use whatsoever, and a place empaled in, sequestred only to the buryal of the dead.

That whosover shall absent himselfe from divine service any Sunday without an allowable excuse shall forfeite a pound of tobacco, and he that absenteth himselfe a month shall forfeit 50lb. of tobacco.

That there be an uniformity in our church as neere as may be to the canons in England; both in substance and circumstance, and that all persons yeild readie obedience unto them under paine of censure.

That the 22d of March [in commemoration of the Anglo-Indian conflict of 1622] be yeerly solemnized as holliday, and all other hollidays (except when they fall two together) betwixt the feast of the annuntiation of the blessed virgin and St. Michael the archangell, then only the first to be observed by reason of our necessities.

That no minister be absent from his church above two months in all the yeare upon penalty of forfeiting halfe his means, and whosoever shall absent above fowre months in the year shall forfeit his whole means and cure.

That whosoever shall disparage a minister without bringing sufficient proofe to justify his reports whereby the mindes of his parishioners may be alienated from him, and his ministry prove less effectual by their prejudication, shall not only pay 500l b. waight of tobacco but also aske the minister so wronged forgiveness publickly in the congregation.

That no man dispose of any of his tobacco before the minister be satisfied, upon paine of forfeiture double his part of the minister’s means, and one man of every plantation to collect his means out of the first and best tobacco and corn. Hening, I, 122-124."

http://www.virtualjamestown.org/rlaws.html


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 Post subject: Re: More historical and reference links
PostPosted: Sun Sep 06, 2009 11:28 am 
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We need to reinstate these laws! But can we substitute lbs of tobacco for cases of cigars. :)

Rev. Tzu Jan


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