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1849.

LAWS OF MARYLAND.

CHAP. 2.

Notice to be
given.

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That immediately
after the passage of this act, it shall be the duty of
the Sheriff of Anne Arundel county to cause notices
of this change of place of holding elections, to be put
up at the court house door, in said county, the place
where the election for the second district have been
hitherto held, and the primary school house herein-
before recited.

CHAPTER 2.

Passed Jan. 9,
1850.

An act making valid a deed from Abner Allston, Tem-
perance Allston, and John Allston, of the State of
Delaware, to John C. Norris and Mary Ann L.
Norris, of Kent county, Maryland.

Deed made

valid.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland,
That a deed executed and acknowledged by Abner
Allston,Temperance Allston, and John Allston, on the
sixteenth day of March, eighteen hundred and forty-
eight, before William A. Brice and William Hayere,
acting as justices of the peace for Kent county, in the
State of Maryland, conveying in fee, for the conside-
ration of fourteen hundred dollars, to John C. Norris,
and Mary Ann L. Norris, his wife, of Kent county,
the undivided two-third parts of a farm or plantation
in Kent county, which descended from Lydia H. All-
ston, deceased, to Abner Allston, John Allston, and
Mary Ann L. Norris, called "Hillen's Adventure,"
"Nancy's Choice, "Warner's Addition," and "Fores-
ter's Delight," containing two hundred and ten acres,
more or less, and recorded in liber J N G, number
twelve, pages seventy-seven, seventy-eight, and
seventy-nine, one of the land record books for Kent
county, be and the same is hereby declared to be as
valid and effectual in law and in equity, to all intents
and purposes, as if the said William A. Brice and
William Hayere, at the time of the execution of, and
the taking and certifying the acknowledgment of the
said deed, and the identity of the grantors, had been
legally commissioned, qualified and acting justices of
the peace for Kent county, and that the certificate of
identity of the parties executing the said deed, and
making the acknowledgments thereof, be deemed and
taken as a compliance with the acts of assembly in
such cases made and provided for the taking and cer-



 
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