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Session Laws, 1838
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escheat lands, and as it is not inconsistent with the
policy of the State to gratify the said prayer, — There-

CHAP. 191.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That the State hereby relinquishes all and every inte-

Claims relinquish-


rest which might accrue to the said State, upon condi-
tion that the said petitioner assigns and transfers to
Dennis Galvin and Michael Smith, and their heirs, or
the survivor of them and his heirs, the said lots in
trust, to hold the same for such purposes as the resi-
dent minister of the Roman Catholic Church, of
Hagerstown, shall, from time to time, designate.



An act to provide for the establishment of District Schools,
in Charles County.

Passed Mar. 14,

WHEREAS, the commissioners appointed to lay off
and divide Charles county, into convenient school dis-
tricts, have discharged said duty and made return of
their proceedings as required by law, And whereas, it
appears that the school funds belonging to said county
are inadequate to the establishment of such schools;
And whereas also, it is important that some system of
education be adopted for the general diffusion of know-
ledge not only for the benefit of individuals, but of the
community at large: — Therefore,


SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That the following persons, be and the
same are. hereby constituted and appointed Trustees
of Schools, in their several districts, respectively, as

Trustees named.

follows, to wit: In. the first election district of said
county, for district school number one, Bennet Dy-
son, Uzziel Nally, James Williams, James D. Car-
penter, and William Nalley; for district school num-
ber two, Alexander Gray, William Smith, John T. B.
Perry, John Brawner and William Brawner, of Ed.;
for district school number three Josephus Brummett,
William F. Benner, John R. Evans, Richard Speake,
and John Price; for district school number four Fran-
cis E. Dunnington, Thomas Perry, Lawson Speake,
Elhanah Franklin and Richard B. Posey; for district

1st Elec. District

School Dist. No. 1.

No. 2.

No. 3.

No. 4.

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