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15 and 16  CHARLES Lord BALTIMORE.
The Oath
which shall
be taken by
all Persons
Servants into
this Province.
Masters of Vessels, and other Persons whatsoever, bringing any Servant or
Servants into this Province, by Land or Water, shall only be obliged to declare
to the Naval Officer of the Port or District, into which such Servant or
Servants shall be imported or brought, upon Oath (or Affirmation if a Quaker)
" To the best of their Knowledge, whether such Servant or Servants be then
" under the Sentence of Transportation, and if so, for what Offence, and the Term
" of Years they have to serve;" any thing in the said recited Act to the contrary
thereof, in any wise notwithstanding.
                                                Examined and Compared with the Original Act, REVERDY GHISELIN,
                                                                                                                                        THOMAS BACON.
Passed 8th
August 1729.
An Act impowering a Committee to lay, assess, and apportion the Public Levy for
    this present Year One Thousand Seven Hundred and Twenty-nine.  Lib. L.
    Nº 5. fol. 319.  OBS.
1730. At a Session of ASSEMBLY, begun and held at the
    City of Annapolis, in the County of Ann-Arundel,
    for the Province of Maryland, on the 21st Day of
    May, in the 15th Year of the Dominion of the Right
    Honourable CHARLES, absolute Lord and Proprietary
    of the Provinces of Maryland and Avalon,
    Lord Baron of Baltimore, &c. and ended the 16th
    of June following, in the Sixteenth Year of his
    Lordship's Dominion, Annoq; Domini 1730, were
    Enacted the following Laws, viz.
Passed 16th
June 1730.
An Act for ascertaining the Form of the Oath of Judge or Justice.  Lib. L.
    Nº 5. fol. 321.  DISSENT.
    Proclamation for Publication of the Dissent issued 18th May 1731.  Recorded Lib. P.L. Nº 6. 
        fol. 518.
Ditto. An Act altering the Bounds of Two Acres of Land, heretofore granted to Great-Choptank
    Parish, on which the Chapel in Vienna now stands.  Lib, L. Nº 5.
    fol. 323.
    N.B.  By this Act, (instead of the Bounds settled by the Act of 1727, ch. 9,) the Bounds of
the said Two Acres are declared to be as follow, viz. Beginning at the N.E. Corner of the
Chapel aforesaid; and running E. to William Ennalls's Ditch; then S. 38º W. Twelve Perches;
the W. 38º N. Twenty Perches; then N. 38º E. Sixteen Perches; then E. 38º S. Twenty
Perches, to the said Ditch, then bounding therewith, 'til it intersects the aforesaid East Line
drawn from the said Chapel, containing Two Acres of Land.  The Vestry to run the said Lines,
and place One Cedar Post at each Corner of the same, and enter the lines and Plat in their
Register Book of the said Parish; and when so compleated, the said Bounds to remain for the future,
the undoubted Bounds of the said Two Acres of Land for ever.
Ditto. An Act to enable the High Court or Appeals to continue an Appeal therein depending
    between Edward Fotterel and Anne his Wife, late Anne Lloyd, Appellants;
    and David Robinson and Judith his Wife, John Robinson and Grace
    his Wife; and Rebecca Tibbles, Defendants.  Lib. L. Nº 5. fol. 325.  PR.
Ditto. An Act for the Relief of James Peerman, a Prisoner in Ann-Arundel County
    Goal.  Lib. L. Nº 5. fol. 326.  PR.

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