ROBERT WRIGHT, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR. NOVEMBER.
stances requiring amendment; and it appearing proper to remove the aforesaid doubts, and to reme-
dy the defects in the said law, therefore,
C H A P.
II. BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That on the application of any insolvent
debtor to any county court of the county in which the said debtor shall reside, or to any one of
the judges thereof, before the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and ten, it shall and
may be lawful for the said court, or judge, to extend to the said debtor all the benefit and advantages
intended to be given to the several persons mentioned in the said act of assembly above recited, and
to which this is a supplement, upon the said debtor's complying with the requisites of the said law;
provided, that it shall not be necessary, to entitle the said debtor so applying for the benefit of this
law, that he shall have resided two years within the state of Maryland prior to the passage of the
above recited act, but no person making application to the said court, or judge, for the benefit of
this act, shall have the benefit thereof, unless the said court, or judge, shall be satisfied, by compe-
tent testimony, that the said debtor has resided two years within the state of Maryland next before
the making of his application as aforesaid.
Benefit to be
RESOLUTIONS assented to November Session, 1806.
RESOLVED, That the governor and council be and they are hereby empowered to order such repairs to be
made in the senate chamber, and in the room occupied by the house of delegates, as to them shall appear necessity;
and the treasurer of the western shore is hereby directed to p by the amount of such bills as shall be approved
of by the governor and council, out of any unappropriated money remaining in the treasury.
RESOLVED, That a joint committee of the two houses be appointed, to inspect the government property ap-
propriated for the use of the governor, and report the situation of the same, whether any, and if any, what
repairs are necessary, and what will be the amount of the expences attendant on such repairs.
RESOLVED, That Messieurs Jackson and Sudler be appointed on the part of this house.
RESOLVED, That the treasurer of the western shore be and he is hereby directed and required to pay to An-
thony Fox, of Anne-Arundel county, late soldier in the revolutionary war, or to his order, in half yearly pay-
ments, a sum of money equal to the half pay of a sergeant.
RESOLVED, That the treasurer of the western shore be and he is hereby directed and required to pay to Fran-
cis Fairbrother, of Anne-Arundel county, late a soldier in the revolutionary war, or to his order, in half yearly
payments, a sum of money equal to the half pay of a private.
RESOLVED, That the clerk of Frederick county court be and he is hereby directed and required to alter and
erase out the name of Jacob Leaman, and insert Nicholas Leaman, throughout a deed executed by Andrew Wei-
gert the twentieth day of May, in the year seventeen hundred and ninety-one, for a lot of ground lying in the
town of Westminster, in Frederick county, known and distinguished by lot No. 26, and recorded the 18th day
of July, seventeen hundred and ninety one, in Liber W R, No. 10, fol. 125 and 126, one of the land records
of Frederick county, and that he alter and correct the record book in which the said deed hath been recorded,
and the error therein corrected as aforesaid; provided, that such alteration shall in no degree affect, or be con-
strued to affect, the right and title which any other person or persons shall or may have acquired of, in and to,
the said lot, or any part thereof, prior to the passage of this resolution, but that all such rights shall be of the
same avail as if this resolution had never passed, any thing herein contained to the contrary notwithstanding.
RESOLVED, That although the state of Maryland is at all times desirous of co-operating with any other state
in an object which may conduce to its advantage, if the same is not detrimental to the interests of the citizens
of Maryland, yet, in the opinion of this general assembly, it would at this time be inexpedient for this state to
subscribe for shares In the Ohio canal company, in the manner proposed by the legislature of the state of Ken-
tucky; the state of Maryland therefore declines the privilege of subscribing for shares in the Ohio canal com-
pany, reserved to this state by the act of the legislature of the state of Kentucky entitled, An act to amend
the act incorporating the Ohio canal company.
RESOLVED FURTHER, That the governor be and he is hereby requested to transmit a copy of these resolu-
tions to the governor of the state of Kentucky.
RESOLVED, That our senators in the congress of the United States be instructed, and our representatives
guested, to take all legal and necessary measures, to use their utmost exertions, as soon as the same may be