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INDEX TO THE! LAWS.

 
   

Chap.

WASHINGTON MO-

The treasurer to pay to the president, or to

 

NUMENT.

the managers of the Washington Monument,

 
 

any sum not exceeding $20,000, during the

 
 

jear 1827, for the further completion of the
Washington Monument,

£45

 

The inscriptions on the monument shall be

 
 

expressive of the gratitude of the state; and

 
 

the monument to be considered the property of

 
 

the state,

Ib.

WATKINS, LUCRE-

Divorced from her husband Richard G Wat-

 

TIAM.

kins, and she, by the name of Lucretia M.

 
 

Harwood, to act as a feme sole,

63

WEEMS, JAMES W,

. A part of his real estate authorised to be

 

L.

sold,

79

WESTMINSTER.

Commissioners appointed to view a ten feet

 
 

alley, and if for the public convenience to ex-

 
 

tend it.

113

 

See Bank of Westminster, and

107

WHITAKER, ALEX-

An act for the benefit of his heirs and re-

 

ANDER

presentatives,

140

WILL, CATHA-

   

RINE

Divorced from her husband,

13

WILLIAMS, JOHN.

His surname, and that of his wife and child,

 
 

changed from Cullember,

3

WILLIAMS-PORT,

The election of burgesses and commissioners

 
 

of the town confirmed, and their acts made va-

 
 

lid. The next election to be in April nest,

 
 

and afterwards on the first Monday in March

 
 

annually, &c.

125

WILSON, CHRISTC

   

PHER

An act for his relief.

69

WOLFENDER,

   

JAMES

An act for his benefit,

191

WORCESTER

Levy court to levy for the use of Mary Hall,

6

COUNTY.

   
 

For transcribing and rebinding certain

 
 

records in the clerk's office of Somerset county

 
 

court,

45

 

County courts to be held on the first Mon-

 
 

days of May and November annually
The inhabitants of Snow Hill not to labour,

52

 

&c. on the public roads of the county.

73

 

The divisional line between the second and

 
 

third election district to be changed, &c.

76

 

To be divided into six separate election dis-

 
 

tricts,

118

 

The commissioners of the tax to meet be-

 
 

tween the first Mondays of January and Au-

 
 

gust annually,

158



 
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