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NOV. SESS.
      1800.

Allowance to W.
Kilty for compiling
laws.

                APPENDIX——RESOLUTIONS.

                                        No. 4.
    RESOLVED, That the treasurer of the western shore be authorised
and directed to pay unto William Kilty, out of any unappropriated
monies that may be in the treasury, four thousand dollars,
after the first day of January next, in full for his services in compiling
his edition of the laws of Maryland.


Appointment of
statute of U. S.
                                        No. 5.
    RESOLVED, That Tuesday, the ninth instant, be appointed to
choose a senator to represent this state in the senate of the United
States, who shall be a resident of the eastern shore, and that the
person having the greatest number of votes be declared to be duly
elected to represent this state in the senate of the United States for
the remainder of the term for which James Lloyd, esquire, was
elected, and that a commission issue to the said senator appointed
as aforesaid, signed by the governor for the time being, or in his
absence by the presiding member of the council, in the following
words, to wit:  To _____.  The legislature of Maryland, reposing
especial confidence in your integrity and abilities, hath appointed
you senator to represent this state in the senate of the United
States for the remainder of the term for which James Lloyd, esquire,
was elected, agreeably to the constitution of the United States.
Given under my hand, and the seal of this state, Anno Domini
_____.

Part of Connaught
Manor authorised
to be surveyed.
                                        No. 6.
    RESOLVED, That the governor and council be and they are hereby
authorised and requested to direct the surveyor of Cecil county
to survey, at the expense of George Gale, of said county, all that
tract or parcel of land, being part of new Connaught Manor, lying
in Cecil county aforesaid, which was purchased by a certain John
Ryan, of said county, of Daniel of Saint Thomas Jenifer, then intendant
of the revenue of the state of Maryland, and by the said
John Ryan conveyed to the said George Gale, by a deed executed
on the first day of December, in the year of our lord seventeen
hundred and ninety-five; and that the chancellor of the state be
and he is hereby authorised and requested, on certificate of survey
being returned to the land office of the western shore by the said
George Gale, and the sum of eight shillings and nine-pence per
acre, with interest thereon from the time it was sold by the said
intendant being paid into the treasury for the tract aforesaid, to
issue patent to the said George Gale for the same.
                                        No. 7.
    WHEREAS it hath been represented to this present general assembly,
that Francis Ware, (who heretofore commanded the troops of
this state, then the colony of Maryland, with distinguished bravery
and fidelity, and who, during the late revolutionary war, was lieutenant-colonel
of the first regiment raised by this state, from which
service he was compelled to retire by the infirmities peculiarly incident
to a military life in these climates,) has, by reason of his
said infirm health, and misfortunes arising from those acts of benevolence
which the duties of society often render indispensable, and
not be imprudence or want of due economy, become reduced to extreme
indigence in his advanced age; and it being unworthy, (both
in example and principle,) of the citizens of a free republic, to
desert, in their distress, those of their fellow-citizens who have


 
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