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Session Laws, 1827 Session
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An act authorising the recording of a deed from Daniel Schneb-
ly, late Sheriff of Washington county to Emanuel New-

CHAP, 71.

Passed Feb 18.18


Be H enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
it shall he lawful for the clerk of Washington county, to re-
cord among the land records of said county, at aoy time with-
in six months from the passage of this act, a deed from Dan-
iel Schnebly, late sherif of said county, to Emanuel New-
comer, bearing date the twenty -ninth day of January eighteen
hundred and nineteen, and duly executed and acknowledged;
and that the said deed when recorded shall be valid} and have
the same force and effect, as if it had been recorded within
the time required by law, and shall be taken and received in
all courts of law and equity in this state, as sufficient evidence
of the sale of lands and tenements therein specified, without
the production of the writs of fieri facias, and venditioni ex-
ponas and the returns thereto, therein mentioned.

Deed to be record-



An act to incorporate the Baltimore and Susquehanna Rail
Road Company.

Passed Feb. 13,


SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Mary-
land, That Charles Ridgely, (of Hampton) George Winches-
ter, Thomas Wilson, James L. Hawkins, Roswell L. Colt,
Sheppard C Leakin, Jacob I. Cohen, Justus Hoppe, James
B. Stansbury, Hugh W. Evans, William Frick, Robert Pur-
viance and James Smith, be, and they are hereby appointed
commissioners, under the direction of a majority of whom,
subscriptions may be received to the capital stock of the Bal-
timore aod Susquehanna Rail Road Company, hereby incor-
porated: anvl they, or a majority of them, may cause books to
be opened at such rimes and places as they may direct, for
the purpose of receiving subscriptions to the capital stock of
Said company, afte/ having given such notice of the times and
places of opening the same, as they may deem proper; and
that upon the first opening of said books, they shall be kept
open for at least five successive days, from ten o'clock A. M.
until two o'clock P. M. and if at the expiration of that period,
such a subscription to the capital stock of said company, as is
necessary to its incorporation, shall not have been obtained,
the said commissioners, or a majority of them, may cause the
said books to be opened, from time to time, after the expira-
tion of the said five days, for the space of twelve months
thereafter, or until the sum necessary to the incorporation of
the company shall be subscribed: if sooner subscribed, and if
any of the said commissioners shall die, resign or refuse to
act, during the continuance of the duties devolved upon them

Commissioners for
opening books of

subsciiption — va-

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