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THOMAS G. PRATT, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.

1846.

dents of said school district, and a more central situation
is procurable — therefore,
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That Henry R. Harris, Notley T. Dutton,
John A. Burroughs, James Burroughs, and Zephaniah
Turner be, and are hereby appointed commissioners with
full powers to sell and dispose of said school house and lot
thereto belonging, on such terms, and in such manner, as
to them or a majority of them, shall appear most advan-
tageous, the proceeds whereof to be applied to purchase
of such a lot in said school district, as they or a majority
of them shall consider most suitable, and to the erection
of a school house thereon.

CHAP. 29.

Commission-
ers.

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That the aforesaid
commissioners be, and are hereby authorised and em-
powered, to give a valid title by deed to the school house
and lot herein before directed to be sold, and are also re-
quired to cause to be given to the present trustees of
said school district, a good and sufficient title to such lot
as they shall hereafter purchase in compliance with the
terms of this act.

CHAPTER 29.

To give deed.

An act to provide for the removal of equity causes from
the county courts of the Third Judicial District of Ma-
ryland, to the High Court of Chancery of Maryland.

Passed Jan.
26, 1847.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That in any equity suit now depending, or which may
hereafter be commenced or instituted in any of the coun-
by courts of the third judicial district of this State, the
judges or any one judge thereof, may and shall upon sug-
gestion in writing, by any or either of the parties, sup-
ported by affidavit or other evidence that such sugges-
tion is not made for purposes of delay, order and direct
the bill, exhibits, answers and all other proceedings in
such suit, to be transmitted to the High Court of Chan-
cery of Maryland, and the High Court of Chancery shall
proceed to hear and determine the same in like manner
as if such suit had been originally instituted therein.

May transmit

suit.



 
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