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Session Laws, 1858
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corner of the lands of Jacob Job, thence south
along the line dividing the lands of Jacob Job
from those of D. H. Heath, of Job H. Kirk
from Joseph Laird, and of Joseph Haines from
Thomas Maxwell, to a large Black oak tree in the
road leading from Brick Meeting House to Far-
mington, thence south by a straight line to the
Butler Stone, near Slicer's School House, on the
Charleston road, thence by said road to the inter-
section of the road to North East, thence by said
road to the intersection of the road from Battle
Swamp to Nowland's Corner, thence by said road
to the North East Creek at Gilpin's Bridge, thence
by the present lines of the ninth district and the
Pennsylvania line, to the place of beginning.


SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That all that por-
tion hereby laid off from the fifth and sixth dis-
tricts shall belong to the ninth election district.

In force.

SEC. 3. And be it enacted, That this act shall
take effect from the date of its passage.


Passed March
5, 1858.

AN ACT to authorise the County Commissioners
of Harford county, to re-survey the public roads
in the same county, and to remove the obstruc-
tions therefrom.

invested with

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assem-
bly of Maryland, That the County Commission-
ers, of Harford county, be and they are hereby
authorised and empowered, in their discretion,
to re-survey, and mark and bound the public
roads, in Harford county, when and where they
may deem such re-survey necessary and expe-

Public roads
to be re-sur-

SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That whenever the
said Commissioners shall deem it expedient that
any of the public roads in said county shall be
re-surveyed, they shall appoint three persons, of
whom the County Surveyor shall, ex officio, be one,

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