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1809.

NOVEMBER. LAWS OF MARYLAND.

CHAP..
CCIV.

Philip Hauptman shall, on or before the first day of September, which shall be in the year eighteen
hundred and eleven, proceed according to law to become a citizen of the United States, this act shall
have no effect to confirm his title to his estate; but if the said Philip Hauptman should die before he
shall become a citizen, nothing in this proviso contained shall prevent him from transmitting or
transferring his estate by descent or devise, to his heirs, or other person or persons being citizens of
the United States, and residing therein, capable in law to hold the same.

III. AND BE IT ENACTED, That all and every act and acts done or to be done by the said Philip
Hauptman, as one of the executors of the last will and testament of Jacob Sinn, late of Frederick
county, deceased, be and the same are hereby confirmed and made valid, as fully and amply, as if the
said Philip Hauptman had been a citizen of this state, or of the United States, previous to such act
or acts done or to be done, any thing in any law to the contrary in any wise notwithstanding.

CHAP. CCV.

Passed 8th of
Jan. 1810.

An ACT authorising Justices of the Peace to issue Executions in
certain cases.

WHEREAS great doubts have arisen, whether the justices of the peace of the respective coun-
ties within this state are authorised to issue executions on judgments rendered by the justices
aforesaid, and superseded under the act, entitled, A further supplement to the act, entitled, An act for
regulating the mode of staying executions, and repealing the acts of assembly therein mentioned, and
for other purposes, passed at November session, eighteen hundred and eight; for remedy whereof,

II. BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That the justices aforesaid respectively
be and they are hereby authorised and empowered, to issue executions in the case before mentioned,
on the application of the plaintiff or plaintiffs, the said plaintiff or plaintiffs having first obtained a
certified copy of the judgments so rendered and superseded, with the amount of costs, from the office
of the clerk of the county to which such judgment and supersedeas were returned.

III. AND BE IT ENACTED, That the clerks of the several counties in this state shall receive, as
a compensation for the certificate aforesaid, such a sum as for services of a similar nature he is by
law now entitled to receive.

IV. AND BE IT ENACTED, That in all the above cases it shall be lawful for the clerk of the se-
veral counties in this state to issue executions in the same manner that is now usual and customary,
if the plaintiff or plaintiffs require the same.

CHAP. CCVI.

Passed 8th of
Jan. 1810.

Ail ACT for the relief and benefit of Otho Holland Williams Luck-
ett, of Frederick County.

BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That the judges of Frederick county court
be and they are hereby authorised and directed, to extend to Otho Holland Williams Luckett,
of Frederick county, the benefit and relief of the act of assembly passed at November session,
eighteen hundred and five, entitled, An act for the relief of sundry insolvent debtors, and the sup-
plementary acts thereto, without compelling the said Otho Holland Williams Luckett to produce any
evidence of his having resided within the state of Maryland for the two years last previous to his
application for the benefit thereof, in the same manner as if he had actually resided within this state-
agreeably to the provisions of the said act, and the supplementary acts thereto.

CHAP. CCVII.

Passed 8th of
Jan. 1810.

A Supplement to an Act authorising a Lottery to raise a sum of
Money for improving the Navigation of the Eastern Branch of Pa-
towmack River.

BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That Richard Tasker Lowndes, William
Ross and Benjamin Stoddert, be added to the persons appointed by the act to which this is a
supplement, for the purpose of carrying the objects of the original act into execution, and that any
three of the persons appointed by the original act, and this supplement, who shall he willing to act,
and who shall give the bond required by the original act, shall have full power to carry the objects of
the same into execution.



 
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