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Session Laws, 1823
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Dec. Ses. 1823

sion, thence to Q. at the south end of the line forming the eastern limit
of the tract of land called Maidstone, thence with said line of Maid-
stone to the end thereof, and thence in the same direction until
it strikes Lyons Creek, thence down the said creek to the river Pa-

Survey, plats,

. 2. And be it enacted, That the said commissioners, or a majority
of them, shall as soon as convenient, employ a competent surveyor,
with such other persons as they or a majority of them may deem ne-
cessary, and cause the aforementioned lines to be carefully run and
bounded as before directed, and the said survey or shall make out
two plats thereof, with an explanation accompanying each, distinctly
and plainly setting forth and describing the beginning and termina-
tion of the aforesaid Divisional Line, and of each and every course
or line comprehended in said Divisional Line expressly calling for
in each explanation, and shewing on each Plat, every boundary stone
so as aforesaid to be planted, one of which said Plats, and expla-
nations, shall be returned to the county court, of each county afore-
said to be recorded among the land records of the said counties.

Line estab-

3. And be it enacted, That as soon as the said lines and boundaries
shall be fixed, settled, and established as aforesaid by the commissi-
oners, or a majority of them, and the plats and explanations returned
as aforesaid, that the same shall forever thereafter be considered as
the permanent Divisional Line or Lines and bounds between the said
counties of Anne Arundel and Calvert.


4. And be it enacted, That all expenses incurred by this act, shall
be paid, the one half by Anne Arundel county, and the other half
by Calvert county, to be levied on the assessable property of said


5. And be it enacted, That the levy court of each of the aforesaid
counties, are hereby authorised and required to levy as aforesaid the
amount of expenses so to be incurred, a list of which shall be fur-
nished to the levy court of each county, by the commissioners or a
majority of them, and the money, so levied, when collected shall be
paid over to the persons, entitled to receive it, on their producing a
certificate stating the amount of their claim signed by one or more
of the said commissioners.


6. And be it enacted. That the commissioners and surveyor shall
be allowed at the rate of three dollars per day, and all other persons
necessarily employed shall be allowed at the rate of one dollar per
day, while engaged in the establishment of the aforementioned line.

Passed Feb.
24, 1824.



An act to make public an old Road leading from Coalsville in Montgomery
County, to intersect the public road leading from Vansville in Prince George's
County at or near the Paint Chapel in said county.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General Assemble of Maryland, That
John Bailey, James Valdenear, Jacob Camp, Samuel Perry, Thomas
Beall and Josiah Jones, be and they are hereby appointed commis-
sioners to widen, straighten, amend and make public an old road,
(not exceeding thirty feet wide) commencing at Coalsville in Mont-
gomery county, and thence passing immediately by Jacob Camp's
Mills, on the paint branch to intersect the county road leading from
Vansville in Prince George's county at or near the paint chapel in
said county, provided this road shall be laid out at the expense of
those persons who shall conceive themselves benefitted thereby.

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