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1834.

LAWS OF MARYLAND.

CHAP. 248.

the children maintained them until they were able to sup-
port themselves, and that said children have never been
a charge upon the county, or estate of the said Samuel
Cork, And whereas, it is reasonable and just, that the
prayer of the petitioners should be granted, and the intent
of the proprietor be gratified —

Confirmation

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
the deed of manumission, executed by Samuel Cork, on the
twenty second day of March, eighteen hundred and twenty-
five, be, and rs hereby confirmed and ratified, to all intents
and purposes, and that the said Anne and William Bowen,
manumitted by said deed, be, and herebv are declared free
and manumitted, any law to the contrary notwithstanding.

CHAPTER 247.

Passed Mar. 20, 1835

An act to authorise Rev George L Mackenheimer, of Prince,
George's County, to bring two female slaves into this
State

Permission granted

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
the Rev. George L Mackenheimer, of Prince George's
county, be and he is hereby authorised and empowered, in
complying with the provisrons of the act of eighteen hun-
dred and thirty three, chapter eighty seven, to introduce
and bring into this State the two female slaves named Eli-
zabeth and Martha, which were given to him by his father-
in-law, any law of this State to the contrary notwith-
standing.

CHAPTER 248.

Passed Mar 20,1835

An act for the greater despatch of business in the Court of
Appeals.

Pending appeals

for freedom

Section 1 Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Ma-
ryland, That all appeals from Judgments of County Courts
on petitions for freedom now depending in the Court of
Appeals, shall be heard and determined at the next June
term of said Court, to be held for the Eaatern or Western
Shore, as the case may be.



 
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