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CHAP. 106.

                                LAWS OF MARYLAND.

assigns or orders, or to such of them as shall offer to
receive the same, the several sums of money allowed to them respectively,
as they appear to be settled and ascertained by the said
journal of accounts, out of any money now in the treasury, or
which shall come into the treasury, subject to the appropriation of
the general assembly.


Passed Dec. 31.
                                    CHAP. CVII.
An Act for the benefit of Sarah Russell Contee, Anne Lee, Eleanor Benson
    and Margaret Clarke.  Lib. JG. No. 4, fol. 189.  A Private Act.
                                    CHAP. CVIII.
An Act for the relief of sundry Insolvent Debtors.  Lib. JG. No. 4, fol. 191.

                                        A Supplement 1802, ch. 85.
    The following persons were petitioners for relief under this act, viz.  Thomas
Bond and John Llewellin Briscoe, of Saint-Mary's county, Ebenezer Perkins,
Joshua Vansant and William Brown, of Joseph, of Kent county, Richard Chew,
Jonathan Beard and Henry Ridgely, of Henry, of Anne-Arundel county, Benjamin
Robinson, junior, Levi Butler, Joseph Boarman, of Raphael, Henry Thompson,
Henry Hagan and Townley Yates, of Charles county, Thomas Barney,
Andrew Vwll, Martin Doyle, John H. Poe, Thomas Royston, John Hooker,
John Wade, Robert Parker, Philip Woolrick, Ludwick Sweitzer, Matthew
Chambers, William Greer, William Finn, John Houlton, Robert Courtney,
John Cox and John Michael, of Baltimore county, John Erskine, William
Corner, Edward Bromwell, junior, Charles M. Bromwell, Thomas Gordon, Timothy
L. Price, Joseph Price, Robert Neale, James Millis, William Patton,
Amos Chapman and Samuel Swan, of Talbot county, William Bozman, William
Rowan and John Bruff, of Somerset county, Peter Medford, Robert Rolle and John

McLaran, of Dorchester county, Joseph Reynolds, Robert Swann, Wilder Bevans,
John Walmsley, James P. Ewing, John Ward, John H. Price and James
Fulton of Cecil county, Joseph Boone, Thomas Boone, Charles Scott and Levin

C. Wailes, of Prince-George's county, William Rawlings, Edward James
Price and James Ray, of the city of Annapolis, Joseph Massey, Philemon Murphey,

Samuel Sylvester, Richard Wilson and Henry Costin, of Qneen-Anne's
county, Francis Rosse and Levin Parsons, of Worcester county; Jacob Hull,
William Sellman, John Ringland, John Marky and Levi Philips, of Frederick
county, John Peter Genet, John Ashmead, Isaac McNabb, Isaac Montgomery,
Archibald Robinson and James Richardson, of Harford county, Peregrine Driver,
Joshua Willis, Charles Baker and William Boone, of Caroline county, David
C. Hatch, Thomas Reid, John League, George Carnaghan, Robert Dew, junior,
John Usher, Robert Jordan, Daniel Robertson, Thomas Ennis, Joseph Usher,
William Waddle, Robert Spencer, William Marks, Andrew Estave, Charles
Forman, Lott Warfield, Dominick Jordan, Pearle Durkee, Henry Worthington,
Henry Troop and Thomas McNamara, of the city of Baltimore, Samuel Ferguson,
Samuel Marshall and John Miller, of Washington county, King English,
Robert Beall, of James, Lewis Duvall and Washington Drane, of James, of

Montgomery county, Samuel B. Beall and Robert Sinclaire, of Allegany county.

                                        See note under 1800, ch. 44.


Passed Dec. 31.
                                        CHAP. CIX.
An Act respecting Free Negroes.  Lib. JG. No. 4, fol. 198.
Slaves in certain
cases may give

    BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
slaves shall in all cases in which a free negro or mulatto, or other
person of colour, free or freed, charged with stealing goods, or
with the receipt of stolen goods, shall be admitted to give evidence
for or against the person accused.

                                See 1751, ch. 14, s. 4; and 1808, ch. 81.


Passed Dec. 31.
                                        CHAP. CX.
An Act for the relief of the Heirs and Representatives of Francis
    Mary Delalandelle. 
Lib. JG. No. 4, fol. 199.  A Private Act.

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