ROBERT BOWIE, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.
1798, ch. 101. An act for amending, and reducing
into system, the laws and
regulations concerning last wills and testaments, the
duties of executors, administrators
and guardians, and the rights of orphans
and other representatives
of deceased persons. Continued by 1802, ch. 106.
1798, ch. 71. An act to increase the fees of the examiner-general
of the western
shore, and the examiner of the eastern
shore. Continued by 1799, ch. 55.
1799, ch. 39. An act respecting the poor house of Baltimore county.
by 1801, ch. 102.
1799, ch. 58. An act to provide for the administration of justice
in cases of crimes
and misdemeanors in the city and county of Baltimore.
Continued by 1802,
1799, ch. 65. An act to enlarge the powers of the trustees of the
poor in the several
counties therein designated. Continued by 1802,
1799, ch. 74. A supplement to the act, entitled, An act for the more
collection of the county charges in Allegany county.
Continued by 1802,
1799, ch. 83. An additional supplementary to the act to regulate
The original act continued by 1798, ch. 71.
As to the temporary acts which have
passed since 1799, the continuances, &c.
are noted under each particular act.
An Act for the relief of sundry Insolvent Debtors. Lib.
TH. No. 1,
Supplements, 1806, ch. 98; 1807, ch.
55, ch. 150; 1808, ch. 71; Nov. 1809,
ch. 179; Nov. 1812, ch. 77; 1814, ch. 122; 1816, ch. 221; and 1817, ch.
Passed Jan. 28, 1806.
| WHEREAS John Sanders, Nathaniel Washington and Elizabeth
K. Cartwright, of Saint-Mary's county; James Cook, Isaac Younger
and James Cruikshanks, of Kent county; Richard Rawlings,
of Francis, Robert W. Elliott, Richard G. Rawlings, Jonathan
Waters and Richard Odle, of Anne-Arundel county; Jonathan S.
Hardesty and Levi Butler, of Charles county; Richard Harvey,
Thomas B. Randall, John Brown, John Wray, Joseph Pierpont,
Thomas Crain, John Boyd, Patrick Mulligen, Richard Sweeney,
Walter S. Hunt, James Maydwell, of Alexander, Benjamin Arnold,
Absalom Chenoweth, Francis Mottee, John H. Barney,
Peter Stewart, Thomas L. Judge, Thomas N. Vaughan, Jacob
Sitler and Horatio Johnson, of Baltimore county; William Tibbles,
James Cowan, John Simmonds, James Roper, John M. Needles
and John R. Bromwell, of Talbot county; Silas C. Bush, Joseph
Broff, Benjamin Polk, Benjamin Wailes, Edward H. Smith,
George Vance, William Furniss and John Bruff, Richard Waters,
of William, Ezekiel Giliss and Richard Minish, of Somerset county;
Daniel Parker, of Dorchester county; John Porter, Manasseh
Logue, Peter Jackson, John Stevenson, Samuel Thompson, Edward
Oldham, Thomas Coffield, John Carnan, Abraham Pennington
and John Mackey, of Cecil county; Isaac Peach and Richard
G. Hardesty, of Prince-George's county; James Nelson, Benjamin
Lusby and John Howenton, of the city of Annapolis; Samuel
T. Wright, John Pennington, John Maynor, Andrew Raburgh and
Edward Hargadine, of Queen-Anne's county; John J. Purnell and
Levin Long, of Worcester county; George W. Sykes and William
R. Sewell, of Calvert county; Joshua Stevenson, Daniel Kemp,
Samuel Coates, junior, David Waggoner, John Dartzhob, William
Springer, William James Turner, Basil Pool and George
Rowles, of Frederick county; William Hayward, Tobias Watkins,
Corbin Preston, Thomas Adlum, Alexander Reese, Edward Jolley,
Abraham Jarrett and Bennet Wheeler, of Harford county; William
Boon, Joseph G. Daffin and Thomas Loveday, of Caroline