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Not to be affected
by the 
Act of Limitation,
and lodged
with the
Clerk of the
of this Province, in the Sum of One Thousand Pounds Sterling Money,
for the Use of the Public of this Province; before a provincial Magistrate,
Conditioned, " That he the said Naval Officer will, during his Continuance
" in the said Office, transmit to the Trustees residing at London, for
" the Time being, agreeable to the Directions of an Act, entitled, An Act
" for emitting and making Current Ninety Thousand Pounds Current Money of
" Maryland, in Bills of Credit, good Bills of Exchange; and Account for,
" and Pay to, the Treasurer or Treasurers for the Time being, from Time
" to Time, the several Sums of Money which he the said Naval Officer shall
" receive by the laws of this Province, on Account of the Public;" which
Obligation or Obligations shall be no ways affected by the Act of Limitations;
any Law, Usage, or Custom, to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding.
Which said Justice or Justices, taking such Bond as aforesaid, shall
be, and her or they are hereby directed and obliged, to lodge such Bond or
Bonds with the Clerk of the Council for the Time being, in the Council
Office, there to be kept.
                            Examined and Compared with the Original Act, REVERDY GHISELIN,
                                                                                                                    THOMAS BACON.

Passed 8th
June 1751.
An Act for Erecting a new Market-house in the City of Annapolis.  Lib. 
By this ACt, the Corporation was impowered to expose to Sale, the present Market-house
(see 1728, ch. 9,) and Piece of Ground whereon it Stands, for the best Price that could be
gotten, and the same to convey, in Fee, to the Purchaser, under the Corporation Seal:  The
Money thereby arising to be applied towards purchasing another Piece of Ground within the
City, and erecting thereon a New Market-house for the Use of the said City.

Ditto. An Act to impower the Justices of Prince George's County Court, to treat with
    Anne Darnall, Widow, for her Claim of Dower to the Land on which that
    County Court-house is built; and other Purposes therein mentioned.  Lib.
Ditto. An Act to enable the Vestry-men and Church-wardens of Coventry Parish, lying
    partly in Somerset and Worcester Counties, to purchase Two Acres of Land,
    at some Place between
Dividing and Nassiango Creeks in Worcester County,
    fit and convenient to build a Chapel of Ease on:  And to assess the Parishioners of
    the said Parish with a certain Sum of Current Money for compleating the same.

    Lib. B.L.C.  fol. 543.
Ditto. An Act to repeal Part of an Act, entitled, An Act to encourage the destroying
    of Squirrels and Crows, in the several Counties therein mentioned.  Lib.
1750, ch. 22, which being Temporary, is since Expired.

Ditto. An ACT for laying out and Erecting a Town on Patowmack River,
    above the Mouth of Rock Creek in Frederick County.
    Lib. B.L.C.  fol. 545.

to lay
out 60 Acres
into 80 Lots,
WHEREAS several Inhabitants of Frederick County, by their humble
Petition to this General Assembly, have set forth, That there
is a convenient Place for a Town on Patowmack River, above the
Mouth of Rock Creek, adjacent to the Inspection House in the County aforesaid;
and prayed, that Sixty Acres of Land may be there Laid out and Erected
into a Town.

    II.  Be it therefore Enacted, by the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary, 
by and with the Advice and Consent of his Lordship's Governor, and the Upper and 
Lower Houses of Assembly, and the Authority of the same, That Capt. Henry
Wright Crabb,
Master John Needham, Master John Clagett, Master James
Master Samuel Magruder the Third, Master Josias Bealle, and Master

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