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Session Laws, 1812
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plot to be re-

road leading from Winters' Run near Price's mill, to
the White House, so as to pass by the said Price's
mill, and thence in the best direction that the nature
of the ground will admit of, so as to intersect the old

road near a small house owned by a certain Walter
Bull; and the said commissioners shall lay out, sur-
vey, mark and bound the same, which shall not ex-
ceed two perches in width; and a correct plot of the
same return under their or a majority of their hands
and seals, to the clerk of Harford county court, to be


by him recorded: Provided always, AND BE IT
ENACTED, That the said road shall not be laid
anew through the lands of any person unless the con-
sent of the owner or owners of such land be first had
and obtained.

Expense — to
be levied on
the county —

2. AND BE IT ENACTED, That the levy court
of Harford county be, and they are hereby directed,
upon, the plot of such road being returned to the
clerk's office of said county, to levy such sum of mo-
ney as they in their discretion shall deem necessary
for opening and making conveniently passable the
said road, and shall appoint an overseer for opening
the same; and the said road shall hereafter be kept
in repair us other public roads in said county are kept

of commissi-

3. AND BE IT ENACTED, That the said com-
missioners shall have and be allowed by the levy
court of Harford county, one dollar and fifty cents
per day, for each and every day that they shall attend
in discharge of their duties under the provisions of
this act.


Passed Dec.
19, 1812.

An act authorising the Levy Court of Cecil county
to open a road in said county.

ers may be ap-
pointed by levy
court to lay off
said road if
thought ex-
pedient — its
width— plots
to be returned
— power of
ers — discreti-
onary power
of the levy

SEC. 1. BE IT ENACTED by the General As-
sembly of Maryland, That the levy court of Cecil
county, if they or a majority of them should think
that a road beginning at Rock Run in Cecil county, on
the Susquehannah, to pass near the division line of
Mrs. Martha Patterson and Thomas Patten's farms,
from thence to run and intersect the road leading from
the brick Meeting house to Port Deposit, on the Sus-
quehannah, is necessary or beneficial to the inhabit-
ants of said county, shall have power and authority
to appoint three commissioners to view said ground,
and lay off a road not exceeding thirty feet wide, on
the straightest direction the ground will admit of,

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