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INDEX to PRIVATE, PAROCHIAL, and TOWN LAWS.

 
P.

Patuxent River,  Acts for making the main Branch navigable,
    above
Queen-Anne Town, 1733, ch. 9; and
   
1736, ch. 15.  A Breach made thereby, across the main
    Road in
Queen-Anne Town, to be stopped, 1750,

    ch. 15.
ST. PAUL'S Parish, in Baltimore County, divided; and
    Part thereof, lying in
Anne-Arundel County, annexed to
    Queen Caroline Parish, 1728, ch. 15.  Acts relating
    to the Parish Church,
1727, ch. 10; 1730, ch. 9;
    1731, ch. 11; and 1749, ch. 6.  The Parish again
    divided, and
St. Thomas's Parish erected thereout,
   
1742, hc. 15.  A Chapel of Ease to be built at a Place
    known by the Name of
T L, 1762, ch. 25.
ST. PAUL'S Parish, in Kent County, and Shrewsbury
    Parish.  An Act for their better Division, 1698, ch. 5.
ST. PAUL'S Parish, in Prince George's County, divided,
    and
Queen Anne's Parish erected thereout, 1704,
    ch. 96.  A new Church and Chapel of Ease to be built,
   
1732, ch. 29.  The Grave-Yards to be railed in, and
    the Church and Chapel to be repaired,
1753, ch. 18.
ST. PAUL'S Parish in Queen Anne's and Talbot Counties,

    divided; and St. Luke's Parish erected thereout,
   
1728, hc. 19.  Again divided, and St. John's Parish
    erected thereout. 
1748, ch. 13.
Permberton, Deborah.  See Grundy Robert.
Philips, James and Anthony. Their Devisees relieved,
   
1724, ch. 15.  The same repealed, 1732, ch. 16.
Pile, William and Elizabeth his Wife.  A Defect in
    the Certificate of Acknowledgment, in a Conveyance between
    them and
Thomas Marshall, of Part of a Tract called
   
Carrick, aided, 1735, ch. 13.  See Hutchinson William.
Plater, George, Esq;  Onorio Razolini enabled to convey
    Lands to him, in Right of
Elizabeth Calvert, an
    Infant,
1747, ch. 20.
Plummer, Thomas.  Deed from him to Francis Swanson,
    confirmed, 1720, hc. 16.
Plymouth. A Tract of so called.  See Speake John.
Pollard, Tobias and John.  Acts for their Relief, 1709,
    ch. 8; and 1711, ch. 14.
PORT-TOBACCO Parish.  A new Church to be built,
   
1751, ch. 12; and 1753, ch. 12.  A Chapel of Ease to

    be built at Ivy-Spring, 1754, ch. 7.  A Parochial Tax
    for the Support of an Organist,
1758, ch. 16; and
    1763, ch. 31.  Some Vestry Proceedings, aided, 1760,
    ch. 6.  An Addition to be made to the Chapel of Ease,
   
1762, ch. 22.
Presbury, James.  See Marshall William.
PRINCE-GEORGE'S Parish erected out of St. John's in
   
Prince George's County, 1726, hc. 6.  Divided, and
   
All-Saints Parish erected thereout, 1742, ch. 18.  A
    Chapel already built therein, made a Chapel of Ease,
1744,
    ch. 2.
PRINCESS-ANNE Town, in Somerset County.  Act relating
    thereto. 
1733, ch. 13; 1745, ch. 5; 1747,
    ch. 5; 17521, ch. 16; and 1753, ch. 33.
Proctor, Robert.  Confirmation of a Deed of Settlement
    made by him to his then Wife, now
Rachel Freeborn,
    1724, ch. 9.

 

Q.


 

QUEEN ANNE's Parish, in Prince-George's
    County, erected out of St. Paul's, 1704, ch. 96.
    A Parochial Assessment for repairing the Chapel, built

    and given to the Parish by the Rev. Jacob Henderson
    and his Wife, and the same made a Chapel of Ease, 1741,
    ch. 17.  The Church and Chapel to be repaired, 1744,
    ch. 11.  The Chapel Yard to be paled in, &c.  1750,
    ch. 9.
QUEEN CAROLINE Parish erected out of Part of St.
    Paul's, All-Hallow's, and St. Anne's Parishes, in
   
Ann-Arundel County, 1728, ch. 1 .  The Entail of

Q.

Two Acres, on which the Church stands, cut off, 1737,
ch. 12.  A Chapel of Ease to be built, 1750, ch. 23.

R.

RATCLIFFE, Hanna.  See Blandford John.
Razolini, Onorio.  See Plater George.
Read, Henry Wallace.  A Sale of Land from Thomas

    Jackson to him, made good, 1699, hc. 21.
Read, John.  See Gandevit Francis.
Revel, Randal.  Confirmation of a Marriage Agreement
    between him and
Katherine his Wife, in Behalf of his
    Son
Randal Revel and Sarah his Wife, &c. 1726,
    ch. 2.
Richard, James.  See Speedy Payment.
Richardson, Richard, of Frederick County, impowered
    to sell the Lands belonging to his deceased Father, to the
    Uses of his said Father's Will,
1763, ch. 30.
Richardson's Choice.  See Anderton's Point.  See Edmondson
    William
.
Richmore.  See Stirling James.
Riddlesden, William Vanhaesdonk, (alias William
    Cornwallis).  The Rights of sundry Inhabitants secured
    against his Impositions, by Pretence of suspected Deeds,
   
1724, ch. 11.
Ridgely, Robert.  See Speedy Payment.
Rigby, James.  See St. James's Parish.
Risteau, Susannah, Widow of Robert Risteau, impowered
    to sell a House and Lands, for Payment of her deceased
    Husband's Debts,
1757, ch. 32.
Roberts, Henry.  See Ford John.
Roberts, Robert.  Impowered to sell Part of a Tract of
    Land, called
New-Munster, late the Land of John
    Toas, 1711, ch. 13.
Robins, George, Gent.  An Act for his Relief, 1723,
    ch. 9.
Robinson, David.  See Fotterel Edward.
Rogers, Nicholas.  See Speedy Payment.
Rogers, William.  See Tennison John.
Roper's Neck.  The Entail curt off, and Benjamin Howard
    enabled to convey the same, in Exchange for other
    Lands,
1741, ch. 3.
Ross, David.  See Speedy Payment.
Ryder, John, (Col.)  Defects in a Deed to him from William
    Green, of Marsh-Island, Green's Privilege,
    and Green's Adventure, in Dorchester County, supplied
   
1731, ch. 14.

S.

SALISBURY-TOWN, in Somerset County, erected,
   
1732, ch. 15.
Scarborough, Henry.  See Perry Richard.
Scott, William, and Sarah his Wife.  A Deed to them
    from
James Gold and Elizabeth his Wife, made valid,
    and to be recorded,
1731, ch. 7.  See St. John's Parish
    in
Prince-George's County.
Scutt's Level.  See Douglass Archibald.
Sewell, Charles.  An Act for his Relief, &c.  1741,
    ch. 12.
Sherrard, Lucy.  See Mann Edward.
Sherwood, Francis.  An Estate in Fee Simple confirmed
    to him, of Lands devised by his Father, 1712, ch. 13.
SHREWSBURY Parish, in Kent County.  An Act for the
    better Division of it and
St. Paul's, 1698, ch. 5.  A
    Chapel therein to be finished,
1748, ch. 2.
Smith, Edward.  A Lot in Annapolis granted to him for
    a Sawyer's Yard,
1720, hc. 21.
Smith, Henry, (Capt.)  Part of his Lands to be sold for
    Payment of his Debts,
1704, ch. 13.
Smith, John.  A Mistake in a Deed to him from the Devisees
    of
Philip Lynes, Esq; regulated, 1713, ch. 5.
Smith, Robert, Esq;  A Lease between him and Matthew
    Mason, confirmed, 1709, ch. 1.  His surviving Executor



 
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