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Krone v. Linville, 31 Md. 138. Mayfield v. Kilgour, 31 Md. 241. Schull v.
Murray, 32 Md. 9. Barton v Barton, 32 Md. 214. Clark v. Tennison, 33
Md. 86. Rice v. Hoffman, 35 Md. 344. Groff v. Rohrer, 35 Md. 327. Schley
D. McCeney, 36 Md. 266. Hill v. Hill. 38 Md. 183. Preston v. Fryer, 38 Md.
221. Green v. Early, 39 Md. 223. Gebb v. Rose, 40 Md. 387. Farmers'
Bank v. Brooks, 40 Md. 249. Myers v. King, 42 Md. 65. Drury v. Briscoe,
42 Md. 154. Oswald v. Hoover, 43 Md. 360. Plummer v. Jarman, 44 Md.
632 Tradei v. Lowe, 45 Md. 1. Keller v. Keller. 45 Md. 269. Marburg v.
Cole, 49 Md. 412. Hall v. Bryan, 50 Md 203. Sabel v. Slingluff, 52 Md.
132. Brown v. Bokee, 53 Md. 164. Willis v. Jones, 57 Md. 366. Fladung
v. Rose, 58 Md 21. Crane v Barkdoll, 59 Md. 534. Luckemeyer v. Seltz,
61 Md. 325 Bayne v. State, 62 Md. 100. Fowler v. Jacob, 62 Md. 331.
Clark v. Wooten, 63 Md. 113. Far. & Mer. Nat. Bank v. Jenkins, 65 Md.
248. Nicholson v. Condon, 71 Md. 622. Roane v. Hollmgshead, 76 Md.
371. Hall v. Deering, 60 Md. 429. Manning v. Carruthers, 83 Md. 7
Norberg v. Records, 84 Md. 569. McCubbin v. Stanford, 85 Md. 390.
Samarzevosky v. Pass. Ry. Co., 88 Md. 480.
1892, ch. 586, sec. 20. 1898, ch. 457, sec. 2.
2. Whenever any interest or estate of any kind in any prop-
erty, real, personal or mixed, situate, lying or being within this
State, has been or shall hereafter be sold, conveyed, assigned,
mortgaged, leased, transferred or delivered by any husband,
directly or indirectly to his wife, and has been or shall here-
after be subsequently sold, conveyed, assigned, mortgaged,
leased, transferred or delivered by such wife and husband
during their coverture, or by such wife after such coverture has
terminated, or has been or shall hereafter be subsequently
devised or bequeathed by such wife during such coverture or
after such coverture has terminated, the fact of such previous
sale, conveyance, assignment, mortgage, lease or delivery by
such husband, directly or indirectly to his wife, shall not here-
after be deemed or taken at law or in equity, to have given,
preserved or reserved, nor to give, preserve or reserve to any
subsisting creditor of such husband, by reason of any debt or
obligation, claim or demand whatsoever, any other or greater
right, lien or cause of action against such interest or estate, or
against any third person, his heirs, executors, administrators
or assigns, than such creditors would have had in case such
interest or estate had been sold, conveyed, assigned, mortgaged,
leased, transferred or delivered, or devised, or bequeathed by
such husband directly or indirectly to such third person. And
the fact of such previous sale, conveyance, assignment, mort-
gage, lease or delivery by such husband, directly or indirectly,
to his wife, or the recital thereof, in any instrument of writing