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MARYLAND, sc.

At a Session of the General Assembly of Maryland, begun
    and held at the City of Annapolis, on Monday the 6th
    of November, in the year of our Lord 1809, and ended on the
    8th of January, 1810,

                            HIS EXCELLENCY,

        EDWARD LLOYD, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.

    THE FOLLOWING LAWS WERE ENACTED, TO WIT:


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

NOV. 1809.

                                    CHAPTER I.
An Act to settle and ascertain the Salary of the Members of the Council
                for the ensuing year.
Lib. TH. No. 2, fol. 147.
CHAP. 1.

Passed Jan. 6, 1810.

    BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That 
each member of the council shall be entitled to receive, for the ensuing
year, the sum of two hundred pounds current money for his
salary.
Salary ascertained.
                                            _____ 
 
                                         CHAP. II.
An Act for the relief of John Cooper, of Anne-Arundel County.  Lib.
                        TH. No. 2, fol. 147.  A Private Act.

Passed Jan. 6, 1810.
                                            _____
 
                                         CHAP. III.
An Act for the support of William Wheler, of Montgomery County.
                                 Lib. TH. No. 2, fol. 148.

Passed Jan. 6, 1810.
    WHEREAS William Wheler, of Montgomery county, by his petition
to this general assembly, has set forth, that he is far advanced
in age, and being much afflicted with a dropsical habit, and
other bodily infirmities incident to old age, has rendered him unable
to provide for himself any longer, and having an aged wife
which is not able to afford him any assistance, which renders a situation
in the poor-house very infavourable to your petitioner, your
petitioner therefor humbly prays that your honourable body will
take his case into consideration, and grant him such relief out of
the poor-house; and the facts stated in his petition appearing true,
therefore,
Preamble.
    2.  BE IT ENACTED, by the General Assembly of Maryland, That
the justices of the levy court of Montgomery county shall, and 
they are hereby empowered, at their levy court annually, so long as
they shall see cause, to assess and levy on the assessable property
of said county, a sum of money, not exceeding thirty dollars, for
the support and maintenance of the said William Wheler, and that
the same be collected annually by the collector of Montgomery
county, and by him paid to the said William Wheler, or his order.
Levy authorised
for his support.

                        VOL. II.                        24

 

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