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1726.
12  CHARLES Lord BALTIMORE.
CHAP.
     I.
of Snowden's River; and so down the said Snowden's River, till it meet with the now Extent of
Ann-Arundel County, shall be, and for ever hereafter deemed as Part of Ann-Arundel County:
And the Inhabitants thereon already, or hereafter to be seated, are hereby declared to be Inhabitants
of Ann-Arundel County, and entitled to the same Rights and Privileges within the same
Ann-Arundel County, as other Inhabitants thereof now or hereafter may have.  (2.)  That Part
of the Act (of 1698, ch. 13,) for dividing Ann-Arundel County, which relates to the South Side
of Patapsco River, being added to Baltimore County, is hereby repealed.

 
CHAP. II.
Passed 25th
July 1726.
An Act to confirm a Marriage Agreement made betwixt Randal Revel,
    senior, and Katherine his Wife, on the Behalf or Randal Revel, junior, and
   
Sarah his Wife; and to invest the Heirs of the said Sarah with an estate of
    Fee-Tail general, according to the said Agreement.  Lib.
L. Nº 5. fol. 121.
 
CHAP. III.
Ditto. An Act for reviving an Act, entitled, a  An Act for raising a Duty of Three-pence
    per Hogshead on all Tobacco exported out of this Province for the Uses
    therein mentioned.  Lib.
L. Nº 5. fol. 123.  EXP.
1720, ch. 1, hereby continued till the 29th September 1729.

 
CHAP. IV.
Ditto. An ACt reviving and continuing the b  Act for ascertaining the Gauge and Tare of
    Tobacco Hogsheads, &c.  Lib. L. Nº 5. fol. 125.
1717, ch. 77, hereby continued till the 29th September 1729.

 
CHAP. V.
Ditto. An Act repealing an Act of Assembly, entitled, c  An ACt for the Relief and Release
    of poor distressed Prisoners for Debt.  Lib. L. Nº 5. fol. 125.
1725, ch. 13, hereby Repealed.

 
CHAP. VI.
Ditto. An Act for dividing Part of St. John's Parish in Prince George's County, and
    for erecting part thereof into a new Parish.  Lib. L. Nº 5. fol. 126.
    N.B.  By this Act  (1.)  From the 4th Tuesday (viz. 22d) of November next, the Three Hundreds,
viz. Eastern Branch, Rock-Creek and Patowmack, from the Mouth of the Eastern Branch to the?

Fork thereof, and so up with the North East Branch that makes the said Fork unto the Head
thereof; thence continuing the Course of the said Branch by a strait Line, 'til it strike Patuxent
River, shall be taken fro St, John's Parish aforesaid, in Prince George's County; and erected
into a new Parish, by the Name of Prince George's Parish; and thenceforth be deemed, &c.
Prince George's Parish, and not Part or Parcel of the said St. John's Parish; and the Boundaries
aforesaid, always to be deemed, &c. the undoubted Boundaries to divide the parish aforesaid.
(2.)  The Inhabitants to enjoy all Benefits, Powers, &c. equal with the Inhabitants of any other
Parish within this province; with full and ample Power to elect Vestry-men and Church-wardens,
and to build and found a Church, &c.

 
CHAP. VII.
Ditto. An act making good and effectual in Law, a Deed of Bargain and Sale from Thomas
    Dent of Charles County, to Thomas Osborne of the same County, when
    Recorded.  Lib.
L. Nº5. fol. 129.  PR.
 
CHAP. VIII.
Ditto. An Act in Favour of John Galloway, and John Giles, to enable them to record
    a certain Deed herein mentioned, and to confirm the Recording thereof.  Lib.
L.
    Nº 5. fol. 131.  PR.
 
CHAP. IX.
Ditto.

* 1715, ch. 39.
A Supplementary ACT to the * Act for the better Administration
    of Justice in Testamentary Affairs, Granting Administrations,
    Recovery of Legacies, securing filial Portions, and Distribution
    of Intestates Estates.  Lib. L. Nº 5. fol. 134.
 
Preamble. FORASMUCH as it is represented to this General Assembly, That several
of the inhabitants of this province have suffered much Damage
by the Shortness of the Time allowed for entering and prosecuting
Appeals, from the Sentences and Decrees made in the Prerogative Court for
Probate of Wills within this Province;

    II. BE it therefore Enacted, by  the Right Honourable the Lord Proprietary, by and
with the Advice and Consent of his Lordship's Governor, and the Upper and Lower



 
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