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INDEX TO THE LAWS.

PAGE.

PAGE

Redding, William, proceedings made valid,

44

St. Michael's, streets therein,

187

Rockville—geese and swine prevented go-

 

Salisbury, improvement of (additional sup-

 

ing at large.

66

plement)

207

Rowe, John K.

67

Slave holders, for better protection of

226

Records of surveyor of Charles county to

 

T.

 

be transcribed.

68

Tippett, Ann,

3

Records, completion of

129

Tyser, Ann,

ib.

Robinson, Charles, to convey lands,

135

Thompson, Thomas, to complete collections, 4

Rising Sun, market at

175

Tidball, James,

38

Roman Catholic Free School in Baltimore,

 

Tobacco—charges on, in Prince-George's

63

incorporated

194

------additional warehouse for inspection of,

 

Redemptioners, German and Swiss

224

in Baltimore,

181

S.
Stevenson, Elizabeth A. G.

 

------Elkridge warehouse, person appointed

 

23

to take charge of
Trustees of poor in Baltimore county,

196
71

Simmons, George C.
Snyder, Elizabeth R. divorced,

24

30

------of Harford county,

208

A Supplement

79

U.

 

Sellman, Thomas, trustee to sell land,

39

Upper Marlborough—geese and swine (act

 

Sheriff of Baltimore, time extended for tak-

 

repealed)

8

ing bond

54

Union Company of Snow-Hill (a supple-

 

------of Allegany, allowance for prisoners

 

ment)

14

increased,

80

United Brethren in Frederick county,

195

Schools, Free, establishment of, (a supple-

45

W.

 

ment)
Do. do. do.

108

Waller, William, to complete collection,

3

Do. do. do.

194

Walker, Richard's three children

40

Street--Chesnut, extended

6

West, Elizabeth,

45

------North, (a supplement)

31

Wilcoxen, Rezin,

107

—— Pratt, to be extended,

59

Winchester, Thomas, real estate to be di-

 

------South, to be extended

125

vided,

ib.

— Centre, to be opened,

128

Wilson, Samuel, real estate to be sold,

144

------Lombard, to be extended,

180

Wild Deer, preservation of (a supplement

177

Slaves prevented acting as free (a supple-

 

Warehouse, additional in city of Baltimore,

181

ment)

106

Wills and testaments. &c (further suppl't)

188

Susquehanna River (a further additional

 

Water mills—act made permanent,

189

supplement)

163

Watson, Susanna, land to be divided,

190

Sardis Chapel, lots of ground,

174

Washington and Baltimore Canal

201

Sterrett, Elizabeth divorced

187

Wharf at Cambridge,

222

INDEX TO THE RESOLUTIONS.

No.

No.

Relative to confiscated property,

1

In favour of John Newton,

24

In favour of clerk of Washington county,

2

In favour of John Shotts,

25

In favour of Notley Maddox,

3

In favour of Tobias Reynolds,

26

In favour of the Elkton Academy,

4

In favour of George Montle,

27

Relative to the colonization office people of

 

In favour of Benjamin Murdoch,

28

colour,

5

In favour of Andrew Will's,

29

Relative to the eastern shore armoury,

6

In favour of Methodist Church in Annapolis,

30

In favour of Elizabeth Beall,

7

In favour of Michael M'Cann,

31

In favour of Samuel Moale,

8

In favour of Elijah Smith,

32

Repealing resolution relative to executors of
James Earle,

 

In favour of James Hood,

33

9

In favour of James Sewell,

34

In favour of Levin Gale and James Cowden

10

In favour of Inspectors of Penitentiary

35

In favour of John Long,

11

Relative to the Public Buildings,

36

In favour of John Hutson,

12

In favour of Evans Willing,

37

In favour of William Kindle,

13

In favour of James Eccleston

38

In favour of Leonard Swann,

14

In favour of the clerks,

39

In favour of Samuel Hurst,

15

Relative to the Naval Depot,

40

In favour of James Robbins,

16

In favour of the clerk of the council,

41

In favour of Robert Bruce,

17

In favour of John L. Kerr,

42

In favour of James Leonard,

18

Relative to runaway negroes,

43

In favour of Ignatius Brashears,

19

In favour of the printer to the state,

44

In favour of Robert Halkerson,

20

Directing patents to issue for certain lands,

45

In favour of Joseph Ray,

21

To purchase decisions in the superior courts,

46

In favour of Nathaniel Downing,

22

Requesting information from John L. Kerr,

47

In favour of John C. Hanspan,

23

For negotiating a loan,

48



 

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