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Session Laws, 1853
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186                                LAWS OF MARYLAND.
     Metes and
bounds.
































Proviso.
     SEC. 9.  And be it enacted, That the metes and
bounds of the said town of Hillsborough, shall extend
from the foot of Tuckahoe bridge along the meanderings
of the creek until it intersects with Tillotson, " the
late Keen property lines," thence with the lines of said
property until it intersects with Tillotson's farm fence,
thence east with said fence until it intersects with the
first line of the property belonging to the heirs of the
late John See, thence north one hundred and eighty
feet, or the depth of said line north, thence east on a
straight line until it extends to the east corner of the lot
of land belonging to the heirs of the late Thomas J.
Gadd, thence south until it intersects again with Tillotson's
farm fence, thence east up to the corner of said
line, thence south until it intersects with the black line of
the Kennedy lot, thence in a south-westerly direction
and with the southern boundaries of all the lots to the
neck road, thence southward with said road to the corner
of Doctor John H. Holt's first field fence, thence
westwardly on a direct line with the southern boundaries
of all the lots to the creek, and thence with the
meanderings of Tuckahoe creek to the foot of the aforementioned
bridge, and all the property within said
limits shall be subject to such taxes and charges as may
be deemed necessary by said commissioners or a majority
of them, to support and maintain the expenses
which may be at any time incurred in the improvement
of said town; Provided, said tax shall not exceed
the sum of fifteen cents in the hundred dollars,
for any one year, and the said commissioners or a majority
of them, shall have full power to appoint an
assessor, who shall enter upon his duties as soon as
practicable after having taken an oath that he will
value the property of said town correctly and impartially,
and make a proper and timely return of such
valuation to the said board of commissioners.
     Right of appeal.
     SEC. 10.  And be it enacted, That if any of the
owners of property within said town, shall conceive
themselves aggrieved by the assessment as aforesaid,
made by said assessors, they may appeal to the
board of commissioners for a final adjustment of the
same.
     Commissioner
to be a resident
of said
town.
     SEC. 11.  And be it enacted, That no person shall
be elected to the office of commissioners in said town,
for the time being, who shall not have resided twelve
months in said town immediately previous to said election,
and at the time conducting some business, or having
a family in said town.



 
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