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    1811.

CHAP. 94.

                                LAWS OF MARYLAND.

to alter and change so much of the public road leading from
Hunting creek mill in Caroline county, to Fowling creek, as runs
from the said William Kelley's through the said Edward Barton's
farm, to the main road leading from Fowling creek mill to Dover
bridge, viz. beginning at the end of said William Kelley's lane,
and running road the said Edward Barton's farm, as now laid
out and cleared, until it intersects the said main road leading from
Fowling creek mill to Dover bridge.

Location of road
to be returned to
levy court.










Provisos.
    2.  AND BE IT ENACTED, That the said Edward Barton and
William Kelley, shall cause the location of said road so as aforesaid
described, to be returned to the levy court of Caroline county,
with all convenient speed; and after such road shall be surveyed
and laid out agreeably to the intention of this act, the said court
shall direct the location of said road, and other proceedings thereupon
had, and the return of the surveyor, to be enrolled among
the records of Caroline county, and thereupon and thereafter,
such road shall be deemed and considered to be a public road, and
shall be kept up and repaired as other public roads in said county;
Provided nevertheless, that the old road so to be affected by this act,
shall not be stopped up until the new road shall be viewed, examined
and received by two justices of the peace to be appointed by
the levy court of said county; And provided also, that such new
road shall made and completed at the proper expense of the
parties applying for the same.
                                            _____
 

Passed Dec. 27.
                                       CHAP. XCV.
An Act for the benefit of Charlotte H. Rownd, of Somerset County.
                   
Lib. TH. No. 3, fol. 112.  A Private Act.
                                            _____
 

Passed Dec. 27.
                                        CHAP. XCVI.
An Act for the relief of Philemon Chew, junior, late of the City of
                        Baltimore. 
Lib. TH. No. 3, fol. 114.
Preamble.     WHEREAS Philemon Chew, junior, late of the city of Baltimore,
has stated to this general assembly, that heretofore he was engaged
in the mercantile business, in the city of Baltimore, in partnership
with a certain Egbert Freeland; that in the spring of the year eighteen
hundred and ten, being about to leave the state, the said partnership
was dissolved by mutual consent; that the said dissolution
was a matter of notoriety amongst the creditors of the said Freeland
Chew, but the said Freeland having neglected to insert the notice
of the said dissolution as agreed upon between them, and the
debts existing against the said firm prior to the said dissolution
being satisfied, and the said Chew being desirous of availing himself
of an opportunity to employ himself beneficially in a neighbouring
state, and praying relief in the premises:
Benefit of insolvent
laws extended
to him.

 
 
 

* Ch. 110.

    1.  BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That 
the judges of Baltimore county court, or any one judge thereof,
either in court sitting, or in the recess of the said court, be and
they or any one of them as aforesaid, are hereby authorised and
directed to extend and afford to the said Philemon Chew, junior,
the full benefit of the act of assembly passed at November session
eighteen hundred and five*, entitled, An act for the relief of sundry
insolvent debtors, and the several supplements thereto, without
requiring any evidence that the said Philemon Chew, junior,


 
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