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    Army to be recruited with 1400 men, and extraordinary
bounties proposed.  June, 1780, ch. 10.
    Salt meat to be procured.  June, 1780, ch. 21.
    A volunteer troop of light-horse to be raised in Baltimore-town,
and in each county.  June, 1780, ch. 22.
    A naval armament directed to be fitted out, and a provision
made for such of the officers, soldiers and marines,
as may be disabled.  October, 1780, ch. 34.
    A provision made for settling the accounts of this state's
troops.  October, 1780, ch. 38.
    A supplement to that act.  May, 1781, ch. 20.
    Another supplement.  May, 1781. ch. 35.
    Another.  November, 1781, ch. 26.
    Another.  April, 1782, ch. 33.
    Another.  November, 1782, ch. 33.
    Another.  April, 1783, ch. 28.
    One thousand men to be inlisted, and an extraordinary
encouragement proposed.  October, 1780, ch. 42, 44.
    Certain lands appropriated to the use of the officers
and soldiers.  November, 1781, ch. 20.
    Recruits to be raised.  November, 1781, ch. 28.
    A naval force, consisting of four barges, to be provided,
fitted and manned, and a provision made for the disabled.
April, 1782, ch. 3.
     A similar provision.  November, 1782, ch. 26.
    Disabled officers and soldiers referred to the governor,
instead of the court.  1784, ch. 72.

                            ARREST.  See Master.

                                        ASSIZES.

    A court once existed under May, 1766, ch. 5.

                                ATTACHMENTS.

    Regulated.  June, 1773, ch. 13.

                            ATTORNEY-GENERAL.

    Holds his commission during good behaviour.  Const.
40.

                                      ATTORNIES.

    Regulations respecting their admission and continuance.
April, 1783, ch. 17.

                                                B.

BACK-CREEK SCHOOL.  See Washington Academy.

                                            BAIL.

    Ought not to be excessive.  Decl. 22.
    Form of all bail-piece prescribed.  October, 1778,
ch. 21, sec. 4.
    Execution to be issued upon the judgment on a recognizance
in the same manner as if it were the bail's 
own debt.  Ibid. sec. 6.
    Bail bonds in certain criminal cases to be taken by the
sheriff.  October, 1780, ch. 10.

                            BALTIMORE COUNTY.

    Its court adjourned.  1768, ch. 1, November, 1770,
ch. 1.
    A court-house and prison to be erected.  1768, ch. 14.
    A supplement to that act.  1771, ch. 28.
    Its criminal business regulated.  November, 1773,
ch. 20.
    Its poor relieved by an alms-house.  November, 1773,
ch. 30.
    N. B.  The following resolve passed the convention
September 13, 1766:
    RESOLVED, That the money levied on the inhabitants
of Baltimore county, and collected by the sheriff thereof,
for the purpose of repaying the money appropriated by
way of loan to the use of the said county for clearing and
opening roads by act of assembly, be applied in discharge
of the county charges of those persons by whom the said
money was paid, and in such proportions as the same was
by them respectively paid, and that the said sheriff cease
to collect the residue of the money levied for the purpose
above recited; and that the justices of Baltimore county
court forbear to levy any further sum of money on the
inhabitants of the said county, according to the said act

of assembly, for the purpose aforesaid, until the further
order of this convention or general assembly of this state.
    Four hundred and fifty pounds to be levied for completing
its gaol.  November, 1783, ch. 7.

                            BALTIMORE-TOWN.

    Enlarged by the addition of 35 acres, the property of
Cornelius Howard.  November, 1765, ch. 2.
    The lease of Thomas Harrison confirmed.  November,
1765, ch. 34.
    Marsh to be rendered firm.  November, 1766, ch. 22.
    A supplement to that act.  1768, ch. 22.
    Another supplement.  September, 1770, ch. 7.
    Regulations for the export of flour, staves and shingles,
and for the weight of hay, and measure of grain, salt and
firewood.  1771, ch. 20.
    The town further enlarged by the addition of 80 acres
to the east and south-east.  June, 1773, ch. 4.
    A lease from Thomas Harrison to the commissioners
of lot Mp. 71, confirmed.  November, 1773, ch. 8.
    Further enlarged by Moale's Lot.  November, 1773,
ch. 21.
    A market therein established.  September, 1773, ch.
23.
    Gauging of casks regulated.  1774, ch. 23.
    To choose two delegates.  Const. 5.
    And one elector of the senate.  Const. 14.
    Marshy ground to be laid out anew.  November, 1779,
ch. 20.
    A temporary provision respecting swine and geese.
November, 1779, ch. 33.
    Export of unmerchantable bread and flour prevented.
November, 1781, ch. 12.
    Enlarged at the instance of Moale and Stigar.  November,
1781, ch. 24.
    Enlarged by Howard's land.  April, 1782, ch. 2.
    Its streets to be repaired.  April, 1782, ch. 39.
    Enlarged by sundry tracts.  November, 182, ch. 8.
    Its streets to be paved, &c.  November, 1782, ch. 17.
    Wardens appointed for its port.  April, 1783, ch. 24.
    Hanover-lane opened, &c.  November, 1783, ch. 22.
    Court-house underpinned and arched.  1784, ch. 18.
    A survey to be made.  1784, ch. 39.
    Auctions regulated.  1784, ch. 61.
    New markets established. 1784, ch. 62.
    A night watch established.  1784, ch. 69.

                                        BANKS.

    Encouragement given to their establishment.  June,
1780, ch. 28.
                                    BANK STOCK.

    Directions given for drawing on the trustees to the
amount of £. 30,000.  June, 1780, ch. 24.
    An agent to be appointed to demand and receive from
the trustees.  April, 1783, ch. 35.
    A supplement to that act.  1784, ch. 76.

                                      BARRACKS.

    Directed to be built.  February, 1777, ch. 10.

                                    BLADENSBURG.

    Warehouses to be erected.  November, 1779, ch. 8.
    A supplement to that act.  March. 1780, ch. 6.

                                    BOUNDARIES.

    May hereafter be expressed in the certificate.  November,
1780, ch. 20, sec. 14.

                                        BRIBERY.

    For obtaining an office, how punishable.  Const. 50.

                                        BRIDGES.

    One to be built over Tuckahoe.  May, 1781, ch. 4.
    Another over Wiccomico at Sailsbury.  November,
1783, ch. 33.

                                                C
                                    CÆCIL COUNTY

    COURT revived.  November 1765, ch. 8.
    Court adjourned.  1768, ch. 1.



 
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