1798S.H. Wilcocketr. ofJ.S. Stavorinus’s Voy. to E. IndiesI. 571Officers are appointed in the interior parts of the colony, called drosts, or sheriffs, who arrest criminals, but have no power of trying or judging them; they must be sent up to the council of justice, to be examined and punished.
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