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            ROBERT WRIGHT, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.

had been duly continued by regular and lawful adjournments
from time to time.

    1807.

CHAP. 9.

    AND, whereas the justices of said court notwithstanding the discontinuance
aforesaid, have transacted the ordinary business of said
court, therefore, BE IT ENACTED, that all the judgments, rules,
entries, acts, process and proceedings, made and rendered by the
justices of said court since the time aforesaid, either in cases then
depending, or since commenced, shall be, and the same are hereby
made, as valid and effectual, as if the said court had met at the
time to which the same stood adjourned.

 

And made valid.

                                                _____
 
                                             CHAP. X.
An Act for the relief of John Dilworth, of Frederick County.  A
                    Private Act.  Lib. TH. No. 1, fol. 309.

Passed Jan. 15, 1808.
                                                _____
 
                                            CHAP. XI.
An Act for the relief of John Troxel, of Frederick County.  A Private
                              Act.  Lib. TH. No. 1, fol. 309.

His title to a house and lot in Emmitsburgh, conveyed to him by Patrick Reid,
                        to whom Patrick Bradley conveyed them, made valid.


Passed Jan. 15, 1808.
                                                _____
 
                                            CHAP. XII.
An Act directing the Register of Wills for Baltimore County to deliver
    over to the Persons therein named the Last Will and Testament of
    Robert Burney. 
Lib. TH. No. 1, fol. 310.

Passed Jan. 15, 1808.
                                                _____
 
                                            CHAP. XIII.
An Act for the relief and benefit of the Poor, and Trustees of the Poor,
        of Washington County. 
Lib. TH. No. 1, fol. 311.

    Other acts relating to the poor of the county, 1796, ch. 22; 1797, ch. 34; 1805,
ch 7; 1809, ch. 84; and 1816, ch. 104.


Passed Jan. 15, 1808.
    WHEREAS it is represented to this general assembly, by the petition
of the trustees of the poor, and sundry other inhabitants of
Washington county, that the number of infirm and indigent persons
received in the poor-house of said county have greatly increased,
and that the sum now levied for their support is inadequate to
that purpose, and that the said trustees have already advanced from
their own funds a large sum of money towards the support of the
poor of the said county:  And whereas it is just that the said trustees
should be refunded the sum so as aforesaid advanced by them; therefore,
Preamble.
    2.  BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That 
the levy court of Washington county be and they are hereby authorised
and empowered, to levy annually, in the usual manner, in said
county, such additional sum or sums of money, as to them may
appear necessary, to reimburse to the said trustees the money so as
aforesaid advanced by them, and for the support and accommodation
of the poor of said county, (not exceeding one shilling and ten
pence halfpenny current money in the hundred pounds,) which said
sum or sums of money, when collected, shall be paid over by the
collector of the said county to the order of the said trustees, or a
majority of them, under their common seal, who are hereby authorised
and required to apply the same to the purposes herein before
mentioned.
Levy authorised to
reimburse trustees
money advanced
by them.


 
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