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Hanson's Laws of Maryland 1763-1784
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                       ROBERT EDEN, Esq; Governor.

the third day of October, one thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight, entitled,
An act to encourage the destroying of wolves, crows and squirrels, as relates to the
killing of crows and squirrels in Queen-Anne's county, be and is hereby repealed,
abrogated, and made null and void, from and after the tenth day of December next.



                                            CHAP. XV.
An additional supplementary ACT to the act, entitled, An act for erecting a new
    parish in Kent county, called Chester parish, and for building a parish church,
    and enlarging a chapel of ease within the said parish.

    The sum of £. 360 current money, is to be assessed on Chester parish, in November, 1770 and 1771,
and to be applied by the trustees to the finishing and enclosing the chapel at Chester-town, and to the enclosing
the burying-ground.

                                            CHAP. XVI.
An ACT for the building a parish church in Queen-Anne parish in Prince-George's

    A quantity of tobacco, not exceeding 150,000lb. is to be assessed on the said parish, at three equal assessments,
in 1770, 1771 and 1772, to be laid out by the vestrymen and wardens in erecting a church at
or near the place where stands the old church.

                                            CHAP. XVII.
An ACT to remedy a defect in the acknowledgment of a conveyance from Josiah
                                Conant to William Thornton.  PR.
                                            CHAP. XVIII.
            An ACT to divide Saint John's parish in Baltimore county.

    After the death or removal of the present incumbent, Bush river upper hundred, Mine-river hundred,
North hundred, and that part of Middle river upper hundred lying north of the road leading from the
main road from York to Baltimore, where it crosses the south branch of Gunpowder falls at Walter Dulany's
plantation, and that part of Gunpowder upper hundred north of the said main road leading from the
South Branch to Robert Boyce's where it intersects the Mine-run hundred, shall be erected into a new,
distinct parish, bearing the name of St. James's parish.  And the first Easter Monday after such death or
removal, is appointed for the freeholders of the new parish to meet at the chapel of ease, in the fork of
Gunpowder river, (which is to be their parish church) to choose six vestrymen and two churchwardens.

                                            CHAP. XIX.
An ACT to invest Isaac Perkins with an exclusive privilege of making and selling
    a machine for threshing of wheat, on a model by him invented.  PR.
                                            CHAP. XX.
                    An ACT for the relief of Thomas Weems.

    A prisoner in Anne-Arundel county gaol.

                                            CHAP. XXI.
An ACT directing the sale of part of the lands of Henry Baker, late of Cæcil
  county, deceased, for the payment of the debts of the said Henry Baker.
                                            CHAP. XXII.
An ACT for the relief of Nehemiah Tilghman and Solomon Townsend, and to
    confirm the contract made between the said Nehemiah Tilghman and a certain
    major Townsend.  PR.
At a SESSION of ASSEMBLY, begun and held
    at the city of ANNAPOLIS, on Tuesday the sixth day
    of November, in the 20th year of the dominion of
    the Right Honourable FREDERICK, absolute lord
    and proprietary of the provinces of Maryland and
    Avalon, lord baron of Baltimore, &c. and ended the
    21st day of the same month, anno domini 1770:  The
    following laws were enacted.

                        ROBERT EDEN, Esq; Governor.

                                            CHAP. I.
An ACT for the adjournment and continuance of Baltimore county court.
    Viz. until the third Monday in November next.

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