RESOLVED, That the executive be and they are hereby authorised, to draw on the treasurer of the western
shore for a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars, out of any money not otherwise appropriated, to defray
the contingent expense of the ensuing year, and the unsatisfied claims which arose during the last year.
RESOLVED, That the treasurer of the western shore pay unto John Sullivan, messenger to the court of chan-
cery, the sum of fifty dollars, as a compensation for his services for the last year.
RESOLVED, That the treasurer of the western shore pay unto James Harwood, assistant clerk to the senate,
the sum of sixty dollars, as a further compensation for his services during the present session.
RESOLVED, That the treasurer of the western shore pay unto William S. Green, assistant clerk to the house
of delegates, the sum of one hundred dollars, as a further compensation for his services during the present session.
RESOLVED, That the treasurer of the western shore pay to Messrs. Duvall and Clements, ninety dollars and
nineteen cents, the amount of their account for stationary furnished the senate.
RESOLVED, That the governor and council be requested to procure, and submit to this house at their next
meeting, information as to the probable expenses of erecting and furnishing a building of sufficient dimensions
for the manufacturing, annually, one thousand stand of arms complete, fifty brace of horseman's pistols, one
hundred horsemen's swords, and one hundred swords suitable for artillerists, and the practicability of procuring
workmen sufficient for the same, and the usual wages for such workmen, and as to the most eligible site for the
erection of such buildings, the machinery of which, if necessary, to be worked by water, steam, or otherwise;
and that, by publication of this resolution, they give notice that they will receive description of, and proposals
for the sale of, such site, and that they procure, if practicable, the annual report of the different establishments
of the same kind in the United States.
RESOLVED, That the treasurer of the western shore be and he is hereby directed to purchase sixty-two copies
of the Landholder's Assistant and Land Office Guide, published by John Kilty, and to pay the amount thereof
out of any unappropriated money in the treasury.
RESOLVED, That the governor and council cause the said books to be forwarded and distributed as follows:
To the place of the holding of the county courts, three copies, one for the county court, one for the orphans
court, and one for the levy court of each county; and two for the court of appeals, one for the high court of
chancery, and two for the general assembly.
RESOLVED, That the printer to the state be directed to print five hundred copies of the act, entitled, A fur-
ther supplement to an act for regulating the mode of staying executions, and repealing the acts of assembly
RESOLVED, That the governor and council be requested to forward five copies of the said bill to each member
of the legislature.
RESOLVED, That the treasurer of the western shore be and he is hereby authorised and directed, to subscribe
for fourteen hundred shares in the Farmers Bank of Maryland, for twelve hundred shares in the Mechanics
Bank of Baltimore, for two hundred and fifty shares in the Baltimore and Frederick-town turnpike road stock,
for two hundred and fifty shares in the Baltimore and York town turnpike road stock, and to pay the amount of
the shares, so subscribed, to the president mid managers of the respective companies.