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Acts of the General Assembly hitherto unpublished 1694-1698, 1711-1729
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any land Tenements rents and hereditaments to which they or any
of them might in any wise be Intituled to within this province as if
they and Every of them had been his Majesties free and Naturall
borne Subjects and Liege People thereof and also that they and
Every of them be Enabled to maintain prosecute avow Justifie and
defend all and all Manner of actions Suites Pleas Plaints and other
demands whatsoever within province as Liberally Frankly Freely
Fully Lawfully and Securely as if they and Every of them had been
his Majestys Naturall born Subjects and Liege people thereof any
Law Statute useage or Custom to the Contrary in any wise notwith-
standing.

Liber Li,, 4
Acts

An Act repealing An Act Entituled an act for Uniting Newport
hundred now part of King and Queens Parish to William and
Mary Parish in Charles County and for Reuniting the same to

King and Queen Parish in St Maries County

Whereas at a Session of Assembly begun and held at the town and
port of Annapolis the second day of Aprill in the year of our Lord
one thousand Seven hundred and six was Enacted An Act for
Uniting Newport hundred part of King and Queen parish in Saint
Maries County to William and Mary parish in Charles County and
it haveing appeared to this present Assembly that the aforementioned

Acts of
April, 1715,
ch. 3

act was obtained thro a false Suggestion and to the manifest Injury
of the Inhabitants of King and Queens Parish in Saint Maries County
afd
Be it therefore Enacted by the Kings most Excellent Majesty by
and with the advice and Consent of his Majesty's Governeur Councill
and Assembly of this province and the Authority of the same That
the above recited act Entituled an Act for Uniting Newport hun-
dred now parte of King and Queen Parish to William and Mary
Parish in Charles County and Every Article matter clause and thing
therein Contained shall be and is hereby utterly repealed and made
void.
And be it Further Enacted by the authority afd by and with the
advice and Consent aforesaid that Newport hundred now parte
of William and Mary Parish in Charles County be forever here-
after reunited to King and Queen Parish in Saint Maries County
any matter Clause or thing in the afore mentioned act to the Con-
trary in any wise notwithstanding

p. 120

An Act to Supply Certain Defects in the Conveying of Lands from
Matthew Beard to Stephen Wright and from Stephen Wright to
Samuel Chambers of Ann Arundell County Gent.
Whereas Matthew Beard late of Ann arundell County in the
province of Maryland Carpenter by his Deed of bargain & Sale bear-
ing date the Twelfth day of November Anno Dom one thousand and

Acts of
April, 1715,
ch. 5
p. 123



 
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