The seventy-third volume of the Archives of Maryland series was published in 2000, under the direction of the Maryland State Archives. This volume is Kilty's Land-Holder's Assistant, and Land-Office Guide published in 1808. It consists of "A brief Historical account of the grant and settlement of the province of Maryland with an explanation of the Tenure by which it was held by the Proprietary, and those under which his grants were made to the settlers. The several Conditions of Plantation; the Laws, Proclamations, Instructions and Orders, relative to the establishment and regulation of the Land-Office, and examples of the various proceedings therein, prior to the revolution; intermixed with occasional sketches of the provincial history, comprehending disputes of territory with the adjoining provinces; the revenue system of the Proprietary and other subjects connected with LAND AFFAIRS."
John Kilty. The Land-Holder's Assistant and Land-Office Guide. (Baltimore: G. Dobbin & Murphy, 1808). Private copy owned by Dr. Edward C. Papenfuse.