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                                        WILLIAM PACA, Esq; Governor.

    II.  Be it enacted, by the general assembly of Maryland, That the commissioners
of Baltimore-town aforesaid, or the major part of them, be authorised and required,
at any time before the first day of September next, to cause the aforesaid
tracts of land and premises, or such parts thereof as they may think necessary, to
be surveyed and laid out into lots, streets, lanes and alleys, at the proper cost
and expence of the proprietors thereof, in such manner as to the said commissioners,
or the major part of them, shall seem convenient.

1782.

CHAP.
   VIII.

Commissioners
to cause
land to be surveyed,
&c.

    III.  And be it enacted, That the commissioners aforesaid, or a major part of
them, shall, on or before the first day of September next, cause a correct and
accurate survey and plot to be made of the said tracts and parcels of land aforesaid
so laid out, and of all lots, streets, lanes and alleys, which shall be laid out
in virtue of this act; and the said plot shall be recorded amongst the records of
said town, as soon as conveniently may be thereafter, there to remain as evidence
of the boundaries, situation and location, of the said lots, and of the streets,
lanes and alleys; which said streets, lanes and alleys, hereafter to be laid out in
pursuance of this act, shall be highways, and be so deemed and taken to all
intents and purposes whatsoever; and when the same shall be done, the said tracts
and parcels of land and premises, so surveyed and laid out, shall be, and is hereby
declared to be, part of Baltimore-town, as fully and amply as if included
originally therein, and shall have the same immunities and privileges as the said
town has, or by former laws ought to have, saving to the state of Maryland, and
all bodies politic and corporate, and all persons not mentioned in this act, their
several and respective rights.
A plot to be
made, &c.
    IV.  And be it enacted, That the commissioners aforesaid shall, on or before
the first day of September next, cause their proceedings to be recorded amongst
the records of said town, there to remain as evidence of the boundaries, situation
and location, of said lots, and of the streets, lanes and alleys, aforesaid.
Proceedings 
to be recorded,
&c.
    V.  And be it enacted, That the several proprietors aforesaid, and their heirs
and assigns, shall respectively have the sole and exclusive right and authority, with
the approbation and consent of the commissioners aforesaid, or a major part of
them, to appropriate, dispose of and convert, the timber and wood growing on
the earth, and sand lying in such of the said streets, lanes and alleys, as are laid
out in their several and respective parts of the said tract of land.
Proprietors to
have the appropriation
of
timber, &c.
                                            CHAP. IX.
An ACT for confirming a deed on conveyance made by James Langton to Thomas
        Langton, of and in the lands and premises therein mentioned.  PR.
                                            CHAP. X.
An ACT for the relief of John Gray (hatter), a languishing prisoner in Baltimore
                                        county gaol.  PR.
                                            CHAP. XI.
An ACT for laying out a road from Philip Shoal's mill, in Baltimore
    county, until it intersects the main road leading from Frederick-town
    to Baltimore-town, between Mansell's and Hood's
    tavern, in Anne-Arundel county.
    WHEREAS it is represented to this general assembly, by the petition of
sundry inhabitants of Anne-Arundel and Baltimore counties, that they
labour under great inconvenience, for want of a waggon road from
Philip Shoal's mill to the main road leading from Frederick-town to Baltimore-town;
and it appearing reasonable to grant the petition,
Preamble.
    II.  Be it enacted, by the general assembly of Maryland, That John Hood, Nicholas
Dorsey, and Philemon Dorsey, or any two of them, be and are hereby
appointed commissioners, and are hereby authorised to lay off a waggon road,
twenty feet wide, from the said Philip Shoal's mill, in Baltimore county aforesaid,
until it intersects the main road leading from Frederick-town to Baltimore-town,
between Mansell's and Hood's tavern, in Anne-Arundel county; which
said road, when laid out, shall be public road.
Commissioners
to lay off a
road, &c..


 
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