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Session Laws, 1813
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secured to be paid by the person or persons who are in-
terested in having the said road laid out, straightened
and amended as aforesaid, or any other person or persons
who may think proper to contribute thereto to the person
or persons entitled to receive the same before they shall
proceed to open the said road.

Dec. Sess.


3. AND BE IT ENACTED, That if any person or
persons, through whose land the said road shall pass or
his, her or their guardian or trustee, shall conceive him-
self herself or themselves, aggrieved by such valuation
and assessment of damages respectively, it shall and may
be lawful for any justice of the police, on his, her or their
application, to issue his warrant under his hand and seal,
directed to the sheriff of the county, commanding him to
summon twelve disinterested persons, qualified by law
to serve as jurors in the county court, to meet upon the
premises on a certain day, of which six days notice at
least shall be given, to the parly or parties interested,
and the said jurors when so met, and having each first
taken an oath before some justice of the peace, that he
will, without favour, affection, prejudice or partiality,
assess the damages sustained by the person or persons
at whose request such inquisition shall he taken, by rea-
son of opening the said road through his, her or their
land, shall thereupon proceed to assess and value the
damages accordingly, taking into consideration the ad-
vantages and disadvantages, if any, and such inquisition
and valuation shall be final and conclusive between the
parties respectively.

Persons ag-
grieved. Ju-
rors summon-
ed. Damages

4. AND BE IT ENACTED, That any thing in the
said original act or the supplements thereto, inconsistent
with this act, be and the same are hereby repealed.


acts repealed.

An act to authorise a lottery for finishing and complet-
ing the Protestant Episcopal Church in Frederick-

Passed Jan.
28, 1814.

Section 1. BE IT ENACTED by the General Assem-
bly of Maryland, That William M. Beall, Doctor Phi-
lip Thomas, John Grahame, George Baer, John
Hanson Thomas, Doctor John Tyler, Richard Potts,
Thomas Shaw, William Ross and Benjamin Rutherford
of Frederick county, or such of them as may undertake
to act under this law, may and they are hereby authorised
to propose a scheme or schemes of a lottery for raising
a sum not exceeding six thousand dollars, and to sell
and dispose of the tickets thereof to any person or per-
sons whatsoever, any law to the contrary notwithstand-


Lottery au-
thorised. Sum
to be raised.
Managers shall
give bond.

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