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RESOLUTIONS.

251

and every day they may be occupied in discharge of their duty under the foregoing

resolution.

Dec. Ses. 1817


No. 7.
Resolved, That the treasurer of the western shore be, and he is hereby di-
reeled, to pay to Elizabeth Beall, the widow of Lloyd Beall, late a captain in the
revolutionary war, or her order, during life, annually, in quarterly payments, a
sum of money equal to the half pay of a captain.

Passed Jan 31
In favour of

Elizabeth
Beall.

No. 8.
Resolved, That the treasurer of the western shore of Maryland be and he
is hereby authorised, to pay to Samuel Moale, the trustee of Mark Alexander,

deceased, or his order, for the use of the creditors of said Alexander, to bo paid as
the law heretofore entitled their claims to preference or priority, the sum of eighty-
one pounds four shillings and two-pence, without interest, being the amount here-
tofore deposited in the western shore treasury, by the said Mark Alexander, for
the payment of a British debt, which has since been received by the creditors of
Christopher Court, and Mildred and Roberts, to whom it was due by due course,
of law, upon Cloe Cockey giving bond to be approved of by the said treasurer to
refund the aforesaid sum of money in case a certificate shall at any time he pro-
duced to the treasurer, acknowledging that on the seventeenth day of May, in the
year seventeen hundred and eighty-one, Mark Alexander paid to the treasurer for
Christopher Court, the sum of forty-eight pounds six shillings and eight peace,
and for Mildred and Roberts thirty-two pounds seventeen shillings and six-pence,
by virtue of an act passed at October session seventeen hundred and eighty, enti-
tled, An act for calling out of circulation the quota of the state of the bills of credit
emitted by acts of assembly under the old government, and by the resolves of the

convention.

Passed Feb. 6
---of Samuel
Moale.


No. 9.

Resolved, That the resolution passed at the session of the general assembly of
Maryland, in the year eighteen hundred and fourteen, authorising and requiring
the judges of the court of appeals to order and direct the executors of James Earle
to proceed by a specified time to complete the records in the office of the late gene-
ral court for the eastern shore, and in the office of the court of appeals, of which
respective offices he had been clerk, by recording all papers and proceedings which
remained unrecorded, and the order of the said judges late made in pursuance there-
of, be repealed, and the same are hereby repealed.

Passed Feb. 6

Repealing re-
solution rela-
tive to execu-
tors of James
Earle.

No. 10.
Resolved, That the treasurer of the western shore pay to Levin Gale and Jo-
seph Cowden, or their several orders, the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars
each, as a compensation for the services performed, and expenses incurred by
them, under a resolution of the general assembly passed December session eighteen
hundred and sixteen, "appointing sundry commissioners to examine the river
Susquehanna, and to consider and report to the next general assembly upon the
means in their opinion best calculated to improve the navigation of that river."

Passed Feb. 6

In favour of L
Gale and J.
Cowden.

No. 11.
Resolved, That the treasurer of the western shore be and he is hereby direct-
ed, to pay to John Long of Harford county, an old revolutionary soldier, or to his
order, annually, in quarterly payments, a sum of money equal to the half pay of a
private, as a further remuneration for those services rendered his country during
her struggle for independence.

Passed Feb, 7
—of John
Long.

No. 12.

RESOLVED, That the treasurer of the western shore be and he is hereby direct-
ed, to pay to John Hutson, of Caroline county, late a soldier in the revolutionary
war, or to his order, annually in quarterly payments, during his life, a sum of
money equal to the half pay of a private, as an additional compensation to him for
those services by which his country has been so essentially benefitted.

Passed Feb. 7

—of John Hut-
son.

No. 13.
Resolved, That the treasurer of the western shore be and he is hereby direct-
ed, to pay to William Kindle, of Washington county, a private in the revolution-
ary war, or his order, annually, in quarterly payments, a sum of money equal to
the half pay of a private, as a further remuneration to him far those services by
which his country has been so essentially benefitted.

Passed Feb. 7

—of William
Kindle.

No. 14.
Resolved, That the treasurer of the western shore be and he is hereby directed,
to pay to Leonard Swann, an old soldier, or to his order, annually, in quarterly
payments, during life, a sum of money equal to the half pay of a private.

Passed Feb. 7
—of Leonard
Swann.



 
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