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    1811.

CHAP. 224.
Passed Jan. 7, 1812.

                                LAWS OF MARYLAND.

                                        CHAP. CCXXIV.
An Act for the relief of William C. Beard, of the City of Baltimore.
                               
Lib. TH. No. 3, fol. 322.

Benefit of insolvent
laws extended
to him.


*  Ch. 110.
    BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That 
it shall and may be lawful for Baltimore county court, or any one
of the judges thereof during the recess of the said court, to extend
to the said William C. Beard the benefit and relief of the act of
assembly passed at November session eighteen hundred and five*,
entitled, An act for the relief of sundry insolvent debtors, and the
supplements thereto, without compelling him to produce the assent
of two-thirds in amount of his creditors, and to extend and afford
to the said William C. Beard, all the benefits, advantages and provisions,
of the aforesaid act, and the supplements thereto, in the
same manner, and upon the same terms and conditions, as if he had
obtained the assent of two-thirds of his creditors to his release under 
the same.
                                            _____
 

Passed Jan. 7, 1812.
                                    CHAP.  CCXXV.
An Act for the relief of Alexander Turner, of the City of Baltimore.
                               
Lib. TH. No. 3, fol. 323.
Benefit of insolvent
laws extended
to him.


  Ch. 110.
    BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That 
the judges, or any judge of Baltimore county court, be and they,
or any one them, are hereby authorised and directed to extend to
Alexander Turner, of the city of Baltimore, the benefit of the act 
of assembly passed at November session eighteen hundred and five ,
entitled, An act for the relief of sundry insolvent debtors, and the
several supplements thereto, without requiring the said Alexander
Turner to produce the assent, in writing, of two-thirds of his creditors,  
as is prescribed by the provisions of the said act and supplements.

                                                            See Ch. 108.



 
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