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Laws of Maryland 1785-1791
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                                A LIST of the LAWS passed last SESSION.

An ACT to make provision for the maintenance and education of Joseph Handy, only
    son of captain Joseph Handy.

An ACT to regulate the building and erecting of wharfs in the port of the city of Annapolis.
An ACT to establish permanent salaries for the chancellor and judges.
An ACT to ascertain and establish a permanent salary to the governor.
An ACT for the more effectual preservation of the breed of wild deer.
An ACT for the further relief of the securities of Thomas Williams, deceased, late collector

    of the tax and public dues in Prince-George's county, and for other purposes
    therein mentioned.  (A private act.)
An ACT relating to the public buildings in Caroline county.
An ACT to erect a town in Talbot county.
An ACT for the regulation of the markets in Baltimore-town.
An ACT relating to replevins.
An ACT to repeal part of the act concerning marriages.
An ACT to enable any of the United States to prosecute actions in any court of law or
    equity against any person residing within this state.
An ACT to enable John Eager Howard and George Lux, of Baltimore county, to grant
    and convey to the commissioners of Baltimore-town, and their successors, a parcel of
    ground adjoining the said town, for the purposes therein mentioned.
An ACT ascertaining what shall be recovered on protested bills of exchange, and to repeal
    an act of assembly therein mentioned.
An ACT for consolidating the funds belonging to King William's school in the city of
    Annapolis with the funds of St. John's college.
A bill, entitled, An ACT to enable John Eager Howard of Baltimore county, to convey
    to the vestry of Saint Paul's parish, and their successors, a parcel of ground adjoining
    Baltimore-town, for the purposes therein mentioned.
An ACT for the valuation of personal property within this state.
An ACT for the relief of sundry insolvent debtors confined in sundry gaols of this state.
A Supplement to an act, entitled, An act for the destroying of wolves in Washington and
    Frederick counties.
A Supplementary act to the act, entitled, An act for building a new church in the city of
    Annapolis.
An ACT for the benefit of Anne Hood, Hester Hood, Elizabeth Hood, and Mary Hood,
    of Anne-Arundel county.  (A private act.)
An ACT directing what shall be good evidence to prove foreign and other debts, and
    deeds and wills, and instruments of writing executed in any of the United States, or in
    any foreign country, for allowing discounts, and for repealing an act of assembly therein
    mentioned.
A Supplement to the act, entitled, An act directing the proceedings against persons guilty
    of fornication.

An ACT to empower the justices of Baltimore county, to assess and levy a sum of money
    on said county to finish the building of the court-house in said county.
An ACT to declare and ascertain the right of citizens of this sate to private roads or ways.
An ACT for altering the time of holding the courts in the counties therein mentioned.

An ACT for the benefit of Elizabeth Fleming, Margaret Offutt, and Anne Harding.
    (A private act.)
An ACT for the relief of the widows of such officers of this state who died in the continental
    service.
An ACT to ascertain the value of the land in the several counties of this state for the
    purpose of laying the public assessment.

A Supplement to an act, entitled, An act to establish a market in Frederick-town in Frederick
    county, and for the regulation of said market.
An ACT for erecting a town at the mouth of Susquehanna river, in Harford county,
    and for appointing commissioners to regulate and govern the same.
An ACT for the benefit of the estate of Anne Catharine Green.
An ACT for the relief of the poor in the counties of Dorchester and Somerset.
An ACT to suspend the erecting of the public buildings in Harford county.
An ACT to enable the justices of Prince-George's county court to assess and levy a sum
    of money on the said county for the support of James Ranter, a lunatic.
An ACT to vest in James Chappalear and Thomas Lock, of St. Mary's county, the title
    to a tract or parcel of land purchased by James Burroughs, lying and being in Calverton
    manor, in Charles county.  (A private act.)
An ACT to prevent the exportation of unmerchantable tobacco.
A Supplement to the act, entitled, An act to prevent the exportation of unmerchantable
    tobacco.
An ACT relative to the arrearages of taxes due the state before the first day of January
    seventeen hundred and eighty-three.
An ACT to invest the United States in congress assembled with a power to levy, for the
    use of the United States, particular duties on certain enumerated articles, and five per
    cent. on all other foreign merchandise, imported into this state.
An ACT to empower Thomas Beatty to collect the arrearages of taxes due to the estate
    of Christopher Edelen, late of Frederick county, deceased, as collector for the said
    county for the years therein mentioned.
An ACT ascertaining the mode of granting titles to the purchasers of certain confiscated
    property.
A Supplement to the act, entitled, An act to authorise the issuing grants for the lands

    therein mentioned.
An ACT for the relief of Robert Crawford, of Baltimore county, confined in the gaol of

    the said county.  (A private act.)
An ACT to repeal an act, entitled, An act requiring the masters of ships and vessels to
    publish the rates of their freight before they take any tobacco on board.
An ACT for the relief of Edward Tilghman of the city of Philadelphia.  (A private act.)
An ACT concerning a purchase of certain property, formerly belonging to Henry Stevenson,
    made by Robert Ballard of the commissioners of confiscated property.


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