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by some skilful Person, and bounded; and that on Payment of what
they can agree for, or what shall be assessed by the Jury, as aforesaid,
or Tender thereof to the Owner or Owners thereof, that then they
shall have an absolute Estate to them and their Successors for ever,
in the same Two Acres of Land: And that the Vestrymen and
Churchwardens aforesaid, or the major Part of them, shall cause
their Proceedings, in Relation to the said Two Acres of Land, to be
entered amongst their Proceedings; which shall be deemed sufficient
Testimony at any time to prove their Title.

Session
Laws

A Supplementary Act to the Act, intituled An Act to encourage the
making of Linen Cloth, within this Province, of Flax or Hemp
of the Growth thereof.

Whereas, It is Enacted and Provided by the Act, intituled, An Act
to encourage the making of Linen Cloth, within this Province, of
Flax or Hemp of the Growth thereof. That all Persons claiming the
Bounty, appointed by the said Act, to be given and allowed for mak-
ing Linen Cloth, shall bring the Linen, for which they shall claim
such Bounty, to every March Court, during the Continuance of the
said Act: Which Time is found to be inconvenient, for that Linen
cannot well be whitened in the Winter Season;
Be it therefore Enacted, by the Right Honourable the Lord Pro-
prietary, by and with the Advice and Consent of his Lordship's Gov-
ernor, and the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly, and the
Authority of the same, That any Person claiming any Bounty for
making Linen Cloth, by Virtue of the said recited Act, may bring
the same Linen to every June Court, during the Continuance of the
said Act: And that every Person bringing such Linen to every June
Court respectively, shall be entitled to the same Bounty or Reward
for any Linen so brought, as if the same was brought to every
respective March Court; any thing in the said Act to the contrary,
notwithstanding.

Chap. XI

p. 17
[Supple-
ments 1731,
ch. 3; con-
tinued by
1735, ch. 14;
expired in
1740]

An Act for erecting a Town on a Creek, divided on the East, from
the Town lately laid out in Baltimore County, called Baltimore
Town, on the Land whereon Edward Fell keeps Store.

Be it Enacted, by the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary, by
and with the Advice and Consent of his Lordship's Governor, and
the Upper and Lower Houses of Assembly, and the Authority of
the same, That Mr. Thomas Sheredine, Mr. John Cockey, Mr. Robert
North, Capt. John Boring, and Mr. Thomas Todd, or any Three of
them, shall be and are hereby appointed Commissioners for Baltimore
County aforesaid, and are hereby authorized and impowered, as well
to agree for the buying and purchasing Ten Acres of Land out of
the Tract aforesaid, and such Part, not exceeding Ten Acres, as lies
most convenient to the Water, as for surveying and laying out the

Chap. XIV
[Incorpo-
rated with
Baltimore
Town by
1745, ch, 9]



 
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