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and the former Act in Money, on the same Manner as Public and County levies may be discharged.
(3.)  If the said Parish shall at any Time, be without an Organist, such Sums of
Money or Tobacco as shall at such Time be levied in the Parish, and remain unapplied, shall
be laid out for the Use of the Parish, in such Manner as the Majority of the Vestry and Church-wardens
shall direct.

Passed 26th
Nov. 1763.
An ACT for erecting a Public School in Frederick County.  Lib.
    H.S.  fol. 526.

A Public
School to be
erected in



to have Succession.

The dividend
of School
Money in the
WHEREAS, it is reasonable that Education should be extended
equally to the several parts of this Province, and that there should
be a Public School erected in Frederick County, as well as the
other Counties;

    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 in Order to the
Erecting and Building a House and other Conveniencies, for a County School,
there shall be One Acre of Land purchased in Frederick-Town, in Frederick
County, by the Persons hereafter Named, who shall be Visitors of the said
School, viz. Colonel Thomas Cresap, Mr. Thomas Beattys, Mr. Nathan Magruder,
Captain Joseph Chapline, Mr. John Darnall, Colonel Samuel Beall, and
Reverend Mr. Thomas Bacon, which said Persons, so nominated Visitors
for Frederick County School, shall qualify in the same Manner, and by subject
to the same Penalties, and be invested with the same Rights, Privileges,
Powers and Authorities, as the Visitors of other County Schools within
this Province, and shall have Succession in like Manner.

    III.  And be it further Enacted, That all of the Duties, Taxes, and Impositions
hereafter to be collected, and which, since the Twenty-ninth Day of
September last, have been Collected for the Use of the County Schools within
this Province, there shall be paid by the Treasurers, to the Visitors aforesaid;
or their Order, an equal Dividend, by them to be applied and expended to
and for the purchasing of One Acre of Land as aforesaid, and Building an
House and other Conveniencies as aforesaid, and to and for the Use and Benefit 
of the said School, in the like Manner as the Dividends due to the other
County Schools, is by Law directed to be applied.

Passed 26th
Nov. 1763.
A Supplementary Act to an Act, entitled, An Act for the speedy and effectual
    Publication of the Laws of this Province, and for the Encouragement  of
    Jonas Green, of the City of Annapolis, Printer.  Lib. H.S.  fol. 527.  OBS.
    N.B.  The Time limited in the Act of 1762, ch. 24, being too short for Printing the
Laws, &c. of this Session, on Account of the approaching bad Season, Mr. Green was allowed
to Print the laws within four Months, and the Votes and Proceedings within five Months, for
this Session of Assembly, only, and be thereon entitled to all the Benefits of the said Law, as if
he had printed them within the Time therein limited.  The Treasurer of the Western Shore
was also directed to pay Mr. Green 9 l. 12 s. for Two Record Books, by him furnished for the
Use of the Public.

Ditto. An Act to revive Kent County November Court, and to continue the Process
    therein.  Lib.
H.S.   fol. 528.  OBS.
The said Court was revived the 25th November, and all Business continued therein to
        the 1st Tuesday in December.

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