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1807.

NOVEMBER. LAWS OF MARYLAND.

CHAP.

III.

due to him as sheriff ana collector of Charles county in the year eighteen hundred and six, in the
same manner as he could or might have done within the time limitted by law, any law to the con-
trary notwithstanding.

To deliver an

account, &c.

III. AND BE IT ENACTED, That it shall be the duty of the said Joseph Green, before he proceeds
to execute or distrain the property of any person or persons for taxes, officers fees or public dues,
in virtue of this act, to deliver to such person or persons chargeable with the same, at least thirty
days previous to levying such execution or distress, an account, written in words at full length, of
the taxes, officers fees or public dues, demanded of him, her or them, with an affidavit annexed, if re-
quired, that he hath not received any part thereof, nor any thing as security or satisfaction for the
same, more than credit given, to the best of his knowledge.

Books to be
lodged, &c.

IV. AND BE IT ENACTED, That the said Joseph Green, before he derives any benefit from or un-
der this act, shall lodge a copy of his collection books in the clerk's office of Charles county, for the
inspection of all persons interested in the same.

CHAP. IV.

Passed 15th of
January, 1808.

An ACT authorising Nathaniel Rochester, late sheriff and collector
of Washington county, to complete his collection.

Preamble.

WHEREAS it is represented to this general assembly, by the petition of Nathaniel Rochester,
late sheriff and collector of Washington county, that from various causes therein set forth
he has not been able to complete his collection within the time limitted, and that there is still due
to him, as sheriff and collector of said county, considerable sums of money, and praying that a law
may pass te enable him to collect the same; therefore,

N. Rochester
may collect, &c.

II. BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That the said Nathaniel Rochester be
and he is hereby authorised to collect, until the first day of December, eighteen hundred and eight,
all balances due him as sheriff and collector of Washington county for the year eighteen hundred
and six, in the same manner as he could or might have done within the time limitted by law, any
law to the contrary notwithstanding.

To deliver an
account, &c.

III, AND BE IT ENACTED, That it shall be the duty of the said Nathaniel Rochester, before he
proceeds to execute or distrain the property of ary person or persons for taxes, officers fees or pub-
lic dues, in virtue of this act, to deliver to such person or persons chargeable with the same, at least
thirty days previous to levying such execution or distress, an account, written in words at full
length, of the taxes, officers fees or public dues, demanded of him, her or them, with an affidavit
annexed, if required, that he hath not received any part thereof, nor any thing as security or satis-
faction for the same, more than credit given, to the best of his knowledge.

Books to be
lodged, &c.

IV. AND BE IT ENACTED, That the said Nathaniel Rochester, before he derives any benefit from
or under this act, shall lodge a copy of his collection books in the clerk's office of Washington county,
to be opened for the inspection of all persons interested in the same.

CHAP. V.

Passed 15th of
January, 1808.

Preamble.

An ACT to ratify and confirm the marriage articles of Ely Dorsey,
of Ely, of Frederick county, and Araminta his wife.

WHEREAS Ely Dorsey, of Ely, of Frederick county, and Araminta Cumming, of Anne-
Arundel county, on a marriage about to be solemnized between them, did, on the twen-
ty-sixth day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and one, make and
enter into certain marriage articles, which were recorded among the land records of the general
court of the western shore of Maryland, in Liber J. G. No. 6, folio 117 and 118, which said mar-
riage articles were inoperative, and wholly insufficient in law for the effectuation of the objects there-
by intended; And whereas the marriage between the said Ely Dorsey and Araminta Cumming, was
solemnized under a firm belief of the legality and sufficiency of the said marriage articles; therefore,

Articles de-
clared legal,
&c.

II. BE IT ENACTED, by the Gene ral Assembly of Maryland, That the said marriage articles, and the
settlements, powers and relinquishments therein contained, be, and the same are hereby declared to
be, legal, obligatory and sufficient, in the same manner as if the said settlement or jointure had
been made in pursuance of, and agreeably to, the laws of the state of Maryland, and that the lands,
tenements, goods and chattels, and the powers over the same, intended to be secured to the said
Araminta Dorsey, be vested in her, according to the true intent and meaning of the said marriage



 
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