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Session Laws, 1808
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A LIST OF THE LAWS PASSED LAST SESSION.
 

CHAP;

AN act to settle and ascertain the salary of the members of the council for the ensuing year.

I.

An act to make public a road in Prince-George's county.

II.

An act for the relief of John Garner, of Charles county.

III.

An act to incorporate the trustees of the male free-school of Baltimore.

IV.

An act for the relief of Benjamin Buckler, of Saint-Mary's county.

V.

A Supplement to the act, entitled, An act to extend further the powers of the levy court of Allegany county rela-

 

tive to roads in said county, and for other purposes.

VI..

An act for the relief of James Mulvany, of Washington county.

VII.

An act authorising Nathaniel Rochester, laic sheriff and collector of Washington county, to complete his collection.

VIII,

An act for the relief of Mary Connerly, of Anne-Arundel county.

IX.

An act authorising the appointment of commissioners to review the public road leading through the lands of Elizabeth

 

Charlton and Mary Sim, in Frederick county.

X.

An act authorising Thomas J. Pattison, late sheriff and collector of Dorchester county, to complete his collection.

XI.

A Further supplement to the act, entitled, An act relating to the public roads in the several counties therein mentioned.

XII.

An act annulling the marriage therein mentioned, being supplementary to an act, entitled, An act for the relief of

 

Mary Gwinn, of Frederick county.

XIII.

An act for the relief of petit jurors of Baltimore county court.

XIV.

An act authorising George Robertson and Dorothy Robertson to convey certain lands therein mentioned.

XV.

An act to open a road in Frederick county.

XVI.

An act to confirm a sale of land made by the executors of Henry Willis to Joseph Haines.

XVII.

An act authorising repairs to the old or the erection of a new gaol in Frederick-town, in Frederick county.

XVIII.

A Further supplement to the act, entitled, An act for regulating the mode of staying executions, and repealing the

 

acts of assembly therein mentioned, and for other purposes.

XIX.

A Supplement to the act, entitled, An act to lay out and open a road to and from the mill of Joshua Howard, on

 

Sam's creek, in Frederick county.

XX.

An act for the relief of Harriet G. Wynkoop.

XXI.

An act to enlarge the powers of the trustees of the poor of Montgomery county.

XXII.

An act for the support of Esther Jerman, of Worcester county.

XXIII.

An act authorising Solomon Scott, late sheriff of Queen-Anne's county, to complete his collection.

XXIV.

An act to authorise and empower the levy court of Worcester county to levy annually a sum of money on the

 

assessable property of said county for the use of Joseph Tilghman, his young child, and other afflicted children.

XXV.

An act to authorise and empower the levy court of Worcester county to assess and levy a sum of money for the

 

purpose therein mentioned.

XXVI.

An act authorising a lottery to raise a sum of money for the purpose of rebuilding Benjamin church, in Frederick

 

county, formerly known by the name of Cryder's Church.

XXVII.

A Supplement to an act authorising a lottery to raise a sum of money for the purpose of finishing the steeple of

 

Saint-John's church, in Elizabeth-town, in Washington county, and for other purposes.

XXVIII.

An act authorising a lottery to raise a sum of money for the purpose of repairing the church therein mentioned.

XXIX.

An act to authorise a lottery to raise a sum of money for building a school-house in the village of Denton, in Caro-

 

line county.

XXX.

An act authorising a lottery to raise a sum of money for the purpose of repairing the parsonage-house and the church

 

belonging to the German evangelical lutheran congregation in Frederick-town, in Frederick county.

XXXI.

An act annulling the marriage of John C. Hatton and Elizabeth Hatton, of Somerset county.

XXX1I.

An act granting leave to the trustees of the Lower West Nottingham congregation, in Caecil county, and their suc-

 

cessors, to receive a deed or deeds for and hold the lands therein mentioned.

XXXIII.

An act authorising James Cochran to complete his collection.

XXXIV.

An act for the benefit of Daniel Burch, of Worcester county.

XXXV.

A Supplement to an act, entitled, An act to lay out and straighten a road in Baltimore county.

XXX VI.

An act for the benefit of the coporation of the Roman catholic clergymen.

XXXVII.

An act to extend further the powers of the commissioners of Elizabeth-town, in Washington county

XXXVIII.

An act to lay out and straighten a road in Baltimore county.

XXXIX.

An act authorising the levy court of Washington county to assess and levy a sum of money for the purposes therein

 

mentioned.

XL.

An act for the support of Anne Ricketts.

XLI.

An act to open and establish a road from near the old glass works, called New Bremen, in Frederick county, to inter-

 

sect the Baltimore and Frederick turnpike road at the town of New-Market, in the. said county.

XLII.

An act to lay out and open two public roads in Caecil county.

XLIII.

A Supplement to the act, entitled, An act to regulate and discipline the militia of this state.

XLIV.

An act to authorise the levy court of Prince-George's county to assess and levy on the assessable property of said

 

county a sura of money for the purposes therein mentioned.

XLV.

A Further additional supplement to the act, entitled, An act for marking and bounding lands.

XLVI.



 

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