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Session Laws, 1812
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unproductive, and which would if rented out, be
much to the interest of the said town, were the same
rented out, BE IT ENACTED, That the commis-
sioners of the town of Havre-de Grace and their suc-
cessors be, and they are hereby authorised and em-
powered under the provisions of the several acts to
which this is a further supplement, to lease out for
any term not exceeding seven years, any public
grounds, shores or fisheries belonging to said town,
and to apply the rents arising from the same to the
improvement of said town, in such manner as to the
said commissioners, or a majority of them, shall seem
most advisable; and generally to do all and every le-
gal act or acts that may in their opinion be conducive
to the interest and improvement of the said town of

Rents how
to be recover-

3. AND BE IT ENACTED, That said rents
shall be recoverable by said commissioners in the
same manner as rents due from tenant to landlord
are now recoverable by the laws of this State.

Passed Dec.
31, 1812.
Benefits of
the insolvent
laws granted.

An act for the relief of Peter G. Clarke.
BE IT ENACTED by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That Peter G. Clarke now in confine-
ment in Baltimore county jail, shall be, and he is
hereby entitled to receive the benefit of the act enti-
tled, "An act for the relief of sundry insolvent
debtors and the several supplements thereto, "accord-
ing to the terms and conditions prescribed in said
acts, without being obliged to furnish evidence that
he has resided two yeas within the State of Mary-


Passed Dec.

25, 1812.

An act for the valuation of real and personal proper-
ty in the several counties of this State.

Property ex-
empt from

SEC. 1. BE IT ENACTED by the General Assem-
bly of Maryland,. That all the real and personal
property in this State, except property belonging to
this State, or the United States, houses for public
worship, burying grounds, or property belonging to
any county, or to any colledge, or to any county
school; and except also the crop and produce of the
land, in the hands of the persons whose land pro-
duced the same, or in the hands of the tenant, and
provisions necessary for the use and consumption of

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