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JOSEPH KENT, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.

1827

CHAPTER 87,

'An act to con tinue in force an act passed at December session
eighteen hundred and twenty three chapter one hundred and
eighty -five entitled, an act to repair the highways and
bridges in certain parts of the city of Baltimore,

CHAP. 87.

Passed Feb'ry 22
1828

SECTION 1. Be if enacted by the General Assembly of Mary-
land That hereafter the mayor and city council of Baltimore
shall have power to lay and collect a direct tax, not exceed-
ing fifty cents in the hundred dollars, on the assessment of all
lands and houses in the said city, lying without the present
limits of direct taxation and within the exterior limits of said
city, for the purposes, and to foe applied in the manner as pres-
cribed in an act passed at December session . ighteen hundred
and twenty-three, chapter one hundred and eighty five, entit-
led, an act to repair the highways and bridges in certain parts
of the city of Baltimore, any thing in said act contained to the
contrary notwithstanding.

Powers to levy

SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That this act and the aforesaid
act, entitled, an act to repair the highways and bridges in cer-
tain parts of the city of Baltimore shall continue in force
until the first day of December eighteen hundred and thirty-
three, and until the end of the next session of the general
assembly which shall happen thereafter.

Limitation.

CHAPTER 88.

 

An act for the relief of Gabriel Isaacs, an insolvent debtor of
the city of Baltimore.

Passed Feb'ry. 23

1823.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
the commissioners of insolvent debtors for the city and coun-
ty of Baltimore, and Baltimore county court, be, and they are
hereby respectively authorised, on the application of Gabriel
Isaacs, for the benefit of the insolvent laws of this state, to
extend to him the benefit of the said laws without requiring
him to prove that he has resided for the last two years within
the state of Maryland, on his complying with the other requi-
sitions and provisions of the said law: Provided, That the
said Isaacs satisfies the said commissioners that he did not
come into this state for the purpose of obtaining the benefit
ef the said insolvent laws.

Insolvent law ex-
tended to

CHAPTER 89.

 

An act to establish an Academy in the town of Denton in Caro-
line County.

Passed Feb'ry 25,

1828,

WHEREAS, it is believed that the withdrawing a part of the
funds of the Hillsborough school in Caroline county, and giv-

Preamble



 
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