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Amendments to Maryland Constitutions
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An act to repeal all such parts of the constitution and form of
government as relates to the division of Baltimore county, into seven
separate election districts, and for other purposes.
Sec. 1. BE IT ENACTED By the General Assembly of Maryland, That
all such parts of the constitution and form of government, whereby
Baltimore county hath been divided and laid off into seven separate
election districts, be, and the same is hereby repealed.
2. AND BE IT ENACTED, That for district number one, Dr. Thomas
Johnson and George Tunanus [Timanus;] for number two, Nathaniel Childs
and George Harryman; for number three, John Kerlinger and Michael
Armacost; for number four, John Buck, (of Benjamin,) and John Murray;
for number five, Thomas Pierce and Abraham Cole, Jr; for number six,
John T. Randall and Robert Hudson;
and for number seven, John T. H. Worthington and James Gill, be, and
they are hereby appointed and authorize, or a majority if them, or a
majority of the survivors of them, commissioners to lay of, and divide
a new, all that part of Baltimore county, without the limits of
Baltimore city, not exceeding twelve separate election districts,
carefully making the several districts as nearly equal as possible,
having regard to population, extent, and the convenience
of the voters of each said several districts; and each election
district
shall be numbered by said commissioners, and known thereafter by
such number; and also to make choice of a place in each district,
so layed off anew, at which the elections shall be held, as nearly
central as practicable, having regard to the circumstances aforesaid,
and the accommodation of persons attendant upon such elections.
And the said commissioner shall, on or before the fifteenth day of
July, eighteen hundred and twenty-three, deliver to the clerk of
Baltimore county court, a description in writing, under their hands

 
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