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Session Laws, 1835
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CHAP. 369

ed by the laying off any of the school districts of said


county, it shall he the duty of the said commissioners


upon being satisfied that the said application is reasona-


ble and ought to be granted, to appoint three judicious


and discreet persons to examine into the location so


complained of, and to make such change and altera-


tion as jutice may require; Provided nevertheless, that


the said alteration in any school district shall he rati-


ified and confirmed by the said commissioners.

When made, con. clusive

SEC. 2. And be it enacted. That the said alteration


having been so made and confirmed, and recorded by


the said commissioners, shall be final and conclusive,


any law to the contrary notwithstanding.



Passed May 25,1836

An act f or the benefit of the Heirs'at Law, of Henry




WHEKEAS, it appears to this General Assembly that


a certain Thompson Fiddy, obtained out of the Land


Office, for the Western Shore of this State, on the third


day of September, seventeen hundred aad ninety-three, a


special warrant of proclamation to resurvey lot No.


3596, originally awarded to Simon Speed, as having


preference to the purchase thereof, who neglected to


pay for the same by the time limited by law to resur-


vey said land and add contiguous vacancy; and where-


as, it appears that the said lot of land was resurveyed


for and in the name of Thompson Fiddey, according to


its ancient metes and bounds, and it was found to con-


tain fifty acres, to which was added two pieces of


vacancy containing ten acres; and whereas, it appears


that a certificate of said resurvey, signed on the sixth


day of December, seventeen hundred and ninety-three,


by the proper surveyor, was regularly returned to the


Land Office of this State for said land, called Strife,


and the composition money paid in due time according


law and the rules of the Land Office, but no patent


has been issued; and whereas, it appears from a deed


of William McMahon, collector of the taxes for Alle-

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