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1837.

LAWS OF MARYLAND.

CHAP. 3.

of February, in the year eighteen hundred and thirty-
seven, in the body of which said deed and acknowledg-
ment, the year was inadvertently omitted, to wit, the
year eighteen hundred and thirty six: Therefore,

Deed confirmed.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That the said deed shall have the same force, validity
and effect, in all Courts of Justice and elsewhere, as if
the true date of the execution and acknowledgment of
the said deed were expressed in the body thereof, and
in the certificate of the acknowledgment of the same;
provided, that this act shall not avail to defeat the
right of any bona fide purchaser without notice or
judgment creditor.

CHAPTER 2.

Passed Jan. 5,
1838.

An act to divorce Samuel Keplinger, of the city of Bal-
timore, from his wife Mary Keplinger.

Divorce.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That Samuel Keplinger, of the city of Bal-
timore, be, and he is hereby divorced from his wife
Mary Keplinger, a vinculo matrimonii.

Guardianship.

SEC. 2. And be enacted, That the said Samuel Kep-
linger, be, and he is hereby declared to be entitled, to
the custody and guardianship of his child or children,
by his marriage with the said Mary Keplinger.

CHAPTER 3.

Passed Jan. 4,
1838.

An act for the benefit of Mary Charles, of Caroline
County.

Preamble.

WHEREAS, it is represented to this General Assem-
bly, by the petition of Mary Charles, of Caroline
county, widow of Levin Charles, of said county, de-
ceased, that the said Levin Charles, did in his last
will and testament, direct his executor Thomas H.
Baynard, to sell and dispose of at public sale, all that
part of his real estate in Dorchester county, in Mary-
land, and that the said Thomas H. Baynard did pro-
ceed to sell the said real estate, by virtue of said last



 
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