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Penalties how
to be applied.

                        20  FREDERICK Lord BALTIMORE.

    XII.  And be it further enacted, That the penalties in this act mentioned
shall be recovered by, and in the name of, the clerk of the market of the said
town, to be by him accounted for and applied to the public use and benefit of the
said town.

Continuance.     XIII.  This act to continue three years, and unto the end of the next session of
assembly which shall happen after the expiration of the said three years.

    Continued for seven years, &c. by the act of November, 1773, ch. 16, and for seven years, &c. by the
act of May, 1781, ch. 29.

                                            CHAP. V.
An ACT to remedy the omission of the enrollment of a deed of bargain and
    sale from Thomas Collier to Thomas Lightfoot, William Lightfoot, Abraham
    Mitchell, Walter Franklin, and Samuel Franklin.  PR.
                                            CHAP. VI.
An ACT for the establishment of a chapel of ease in Saint Peter's parish, in Talbot

    The justices are empowered, from time to time, on application of the vestrymen and wardens, to assess
any sums of tobacco, not exceeding 10lb. per poll, for repairing and supporting a chapel erected some
years since, by voluntary contribution; and the said chapel is established as a chapel of ease to the said parish;
and the incumbent is required to perform service there every third Sunday.

                                            CHAP. VII.
A Supplementary ACT to the act, entitled, An act for the relief of the poor
                       within the several counties therein mentioned.

    The money arising in Frederick county, from the 15lb. of tobacco per poll, assessed in 1768 and 1769,
having been more than adequate to the purpose, the trustees are directed, after deducting the price of the
land, and the cost of the buildings, and of all kinds of necessaries, to apply the balance to the same uses as
they are directed to apply the tobacco to be levied in 1771.  And the court is not, in 1770 and 1771, to
levy more than 10lb. per poll, nor even that, but upon application of the trustees, who are to receive and
apply it to the same uses as they are directed by the act of 1768, ch. 29, to apply the tobacco to be assessed
in 1771.

                                            CHAP. VIII.
An ACT for the relief of certain prisoners in the several gaols therein mentioned.
    Viz. James Gill, and Elizabeth Philips, of Prince-George's county; Allen Davis, John Mankin,
William Green, Peter Rigg, of Charles county; Philip Tanner, William Cargill, James White, John
Chamberlaine, James Kennedy, Abraham Weagly, Frederick Deplants, Henry Sickles, Valentine Shriner,
John Balser, Frederick Becherer, William Hilleary, of Frederick county; Robert Spickernall, of
Calvert county; Thomas Cooke, jun. John Bailey, Elias Smith, John Driskell, Luke Mattingly, Barbary
Richardson, Henry Carey, William Mitchell, of St. Mary's county; Justice Hoshell, and Samuel
Smith, of Anne-Arundel county; John Ward, son of Henry, John Hadaburch, Borden Wilcox, of Cæcil
county; James Guffey, William Potter, Thomas Treadway, Levy Porrle, Francis Casey, Joshua Allender,
Basil Francis, William Walsh, James Henderson, Joseph Miller, John Brown, William Lock, Moses
Barney, and Mayberry Kelmes, jun. of Baltimore county; James Butler, Isaac Parsons, John Benny,
of Kent county; John Harrison, of Dorchester county; Fenton Catten, John Gornwell, Mark Hitchens,
Jesse Anderson, James Morns, George Benson, Thomas Jones, Edward Pettit, Thomas Wingate,
or Worcester county; James White, Matthew Errickson, Aaron Yoe, Peter Green, Henry Thompson,
William Sylvester, Charles Clymer, of Queen-Anne's county.
                                            CHAP. IX.
An ACT to divide All-Saints parish, in Frederick county, and to erect two new
            parishes, by the names of Eden parish and Frederick parish.

    Nine commissioners are appointed, immediately to divide the parish into three equal parts, respect being
had to numbers; and they are to return a certificate of such division, to be recorded in the county
court.  The parish church is to be in one district, and each chapel of ease in another.  Upon the removal
of Bennet Allen, the present incumbent, these three districts are to become distinct parishes.  The
parish church district is to retain the name of the old parish; the Monocacy district is to be called Eden
parish; the Antieatam district is to be called Frederick parish.  And the freeholders of each parish are to
meet at their respective churches on the Easter Monday after the said removal, to elect six vestrymen, and
two churchwardens.

                                            CHAP. X.
An ACT to enable Nicholas Rogers, an infant, to demise the real estate therein
                                          mentioned.  PR.

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