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Codes and Compilations

Unit 1:
Thomas Herty. A digest of the laws of Maryland : being an abridgment, alphabetically arranged, of all the public acts of assembly now in force and of general use from the first settlement of the state, to the end of November session, 1797, with references to the acts at large.
(Baltimore: printed for the editor, 1799). 2 pl, xii, [13]-522, [2], 55 p.
Source: Library of Congress

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Index to the General Contents
Secondary Index, Referring to the General Heads

Thomas Herty. An Appendix, to A Digest of the Laws of Maryland, to the end of November Session, 1798.
(Baltimore: Warner & Hanna for the editor, 1799).
Source: Library of Congress

First Page
Index to the General Contents [A missing]
Secondary Index, Referring to the General Heads

Unit 2: William Kilty, (Ed.). The laws of Maryland : to which are prefixed the original charter, with an English translation, the Bill of Rights and Constitution of the State, as originally adopted by the convention, with the several alterations by acts of Assembly, the Declaration of independence, the Articles of Confederation, the Constitution of the general government, and the amendments made thereto, with an index to the laws, the bill of rights, and the constitution. [1692-1799]
(Annapolis:Frederick Green, 1799-1800). 2 v. v. 1: Sig. a-f, A-Xxxx; v. 2: Sig. Sig. A-Dddddd, A-Ccc
Source: Library of Congress

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Declaration of Rights
The Constitution and Form of Government
Declaration of Independence (U.S.A.)
Articles of Confederation (U.S.A)
The Constitution of the General Government (U.S.A.)
Session Laws 1692-1784
Session Laws 1785-1799
Index to Private Acts [A-part of C missing]

The Early State Records Series was created between 1941 and 1950 as a joint project by the Library of Congress and the University of North Carolina. Edited by William Sumner Jenkins it resulted in 1600 reels of microfilm containing government records from 48 states. There were 68 reels created containing records from Maryland up to 1867. They are the starting point from which new transcribed and indexed volumes in the Archives of Maryland in part will be derived.

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