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                                THOMAS JOHNSON, Esq; Governor.

for a specific performance, or execution of such agreement, shall, by the direction of
the court of chancery, signified by an order made upon the petition of the person
or persons for whom such infant or infants shall be seized or possessed in trust,
or if the mortgagor or mortgagors, or other person or persons entitled to redemption,
or person or persons entitled to money or tobacco, secured by or upon the
said lands, tenements or hereditaments, or of the person or persons, entitled to
any money or tobacco, with the payment whereof the said lands, tenements or
hereditaments, are or shall be charged or chargeable, or of the person or persons
entitled to a specific performance or execution of such agreement as aforesaid, be
bound and concluded by any deed or deeds, conveyance or conveyances, assurance
or assurances, made and executed by the guardian or guardians (to be appointed
by the said court) of such person or persons, under the age of twenty-one years
as aforesaid, in pursuance of such order and direction of the court of chancery,
and such deed or deeds, conveyance or conveyances, assurance or assurance, so
to be had and made as aforesaid, shall be as good, valid and effectual, in law, as
if such infant or infants were, at the time of making such deed or deeds, conveyance
or conveyances, assurance or assurances, of the full age of twenty-one years,
and had by him, her or themselves, executed the same, any thing in the said recited
act to the contrary thereof in anywise notwithstanding.

1778.

CHAP.
  XXII.

    III.  And be it further enacted, That all conveyances and deeds, heretofore
made by the guardian or guardians of any infant or infants, in the cases aforesaid,
pursuant to the direction of the chancery court, shall and they are hereby declared
to be valid and effectual, and to have such operation and effect as declared by the
decree or order or the chancellor who directed the same.
Conveyances
made by order
of chancery
valid,
&c.
    IV.  Provided nevertheless, That liberty be reserved to the infant or infants,
herein before mentioned, and the heirs of such infant or infants, to shew cause
why such deed or deeds, conveyance or conveyances, assurance or assurances, ought
not to have been ordered and directed, within six months, as limited in the said recited
law, and in the manner and within the time therein mentioned.
Proviso.
                                            CHAP. XXIII.
                An ACT for the relief of Robert Darnall and others.
                                            CHAP. XXIV.
        An ACT for the relief of certain nonjurors therein mentioned.
                                            CHAP. XXV.
                An ACT for the payment of the journal of accounts.
At a SESSION of the GENERAL ASSEMBLY
    of MARYLAND, begun and held at the city of
    ANNAPOLIS, on Tuesday the ninth of March, in
    the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred
    and seventy-nine, and ended the 25th day of the
    same month:  The following laws were enacted.

                THOMAS JOHNSON, Esq; Governor.

                                            CHAP. I.
        A Supplement to the act to prevent distilling grain into spirit.

    See the act of last session, ch. 19.

                                            CHAP. II.
    An ACT for the appointment of visitors for Kent county school.

    Seven persons are named visitors, but they are not until they shall have subscribed the declaration,
and taken the several oaths required of visitors.



 
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