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                       ROBERT EDEN, Esq; Governor.

next session of assembly which shall happen after the expiration of the said seven
years.

    Continued for seven years, &c. by the act of October, 1780, ch. 12.

1773.

CHAP.
  XIII.

                                            CHAP. XIV.
An ACT to enable the representatives of deceased treasurers to pay over the balances
                                            in their hands.

    Viz. to the treasurers of each shore respectively.  The commission, on receipt and payment, shall be
divided between the said representatives and the treasurers.  And when the representatives make such
payment, they shall charge themselves with one half of the commission, where it has been drawn on receipt
of the monies, and pay it over to the treasurers.

At a SESSION of ASSEMBLY, begun and held
    at the city of ANNAPOLIS, on Tuesday the sixteenth
    day of November, in the 3d year of the dominion
    of the Right Honourable HENRY HARFORD, Esq;
    absolute lord and proprietary of the province of Maryland,
    and ended the 23d day of December, anno
    domini 1773:  The following laws were enacted.

                                    ROBERT EDEN, Esq; Governor.

                                            CHAP. I.
An ACT for the regulation of the staple of tobacco, and for preventing frauds in
                                    his majesty's customs.

    To continue three years.  The 31st chapter of the acts of this session gives it a continuance for twelve
years, &c. but it was afterwards repealed by the act of June, 1780, ch. 14, sec. 84.

                                            CHAP. II.
An ACT to explain an act relating to leases made by the rector, vestrymen and
                    churchwardens, of Saint-Anne's parish.  PR.
                                            CHAP. III.
An ACT for quieting sundry the inhabitants of Frederick county in their possessions.

    Mr. Thomas Prather, the chief justice of that county, having misconceived the extent of his powers,
had made a practice of alone taking acknowledgments of deeds for the conveyance of lands.  Such acknowledgments,
having been defective, are by this act rendered effectual.

                                            CHAP. IV.
An ACT to enable Martha Roundell and others to make partition of the land
                                    therein mentioned.  PR.
                                            CHAP. V.
An ACT for directing of the sale of the lands of John Stone Hawkins, deceased,
                               for the payment of debts.  PR.
                                            CHAP. VI.
An ACT for the division of Baltimore county, and for erecting a
                            new one by the name of Harford.
    WHEREAS a considerable body of the inhabitants of Baltimore county,
by their petition to this general assembly, have prayed, that an act
may be passed for a division of the said county, and for erecting a new
one out of part thereof:  And whereas it appears to this general assembly, that the
erecting of a new county out of such part of Baltimore county, will conduce
greatly to the ease and convenience of the people thereof;
Preamble.
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