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Session Laws, 1819
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RESOLUTIONS.

1819

No. 9.
Resolved, That the treasurer of the western shore pay to William Wood, of
Allegany county, or to his order, the sum of five hundred dollars as a reward and
compensation for his meritorious services in pursuing and apprehending William
Cottrill, and his two sons, William and John, who were tried and convicted, in
Washington county court at last November term, of the murder of James Adams,
in Allegany county, in the month of May last.

Passed Jan 24 1820
In favour of Wm.
Wood

No. 10.
Resolved, That the treasurer of the western shore, be and he is hereby di-
rected, to pay to Sarah Tillard, widow of Lieut. Colonel Tillard, of the Maryland
line, (during the revolutionary war,) or her order, during life, annually in quar-
terly payments, a sum of money equal to the half pay of a captain.

Passed Jan 22 1820
In favour of Sarah
Tillard

No. 11.
Resolved, That the term of payment of the loan of thirty thousand dollars,
due this state from the Potomac Company, on the first day of January 1819, be
and the same is hereby extended to the first day of December, one thousand eight
hundred and twenty-five, provided that the president and directors of the Poto-
mac Company, pay to the treasurer of the western shore, on or before the first
day of July 1821, the interest due on said loan.

Passed Jan 14,1820
In favour of the
Potomac Compa-
ny

No. 12.

Resolved, That Henry Darken, one of the securities of William Chambers,
against whom a judgment has been obtained by the stair of Maryland, in Queen-
Anne's county court, be indulged in the payment thereof, till the first day of De-
cember next; Provided always, That the said Henry Darden, shall on the first day
of next court, appear on the capias ad satisfaciendum, issued against him in Queen-
Anne's county court, and consent to the stay of execution, upon which the she-
riff of Queen Anne's county, shall be discharged from the judgment rendered
against him by default in the above case.

Passed Feb 3 1820
In favour of Hen-
ry Darden

No. 13.
Resolved, That the treasurer of the western shore, be and be is hereby au-
thorised and directed, to release William Ritchie and Ezra Mantz, administrators
of William Ritchie, late clerk of Frederick county, from the payment of interest
on the sums due from the said William Ritchie to this state, at the time of his
death, provided they shall fully pay the principal of the debts so due, by the first
day of May next.

Passed Feb 4 1820
In favour of
Ritchie and Mantz

No. 14.
Resolved, That the treasurer of the western shore, be and he is hereby au-
thorised to pay Thomas Karney, for transcribing the muster rolls of the Mary-
land troops, on the continental establishment, the sum of three hundred dollars,
out of any unappropriated money in the treasury.

Passed Feb 9 1820
In favour of Thos.
Karney

No. 15.
Resolved, That the governor and council be, and they are hereby authorised
to examine into the claim of Richard Loockerman, against the state, for services
rendered in posting the books of the auditor, and which ought to have been done
by his predecessor in office, and allow him a fair compensation therefor, and to
draw on the treasury for the sum allowed, and that the governor and council are
hereby authorised and directed to call upon Thomas Harrison, the former audi-
tor of the state, to pay into the treasury the sum allowed by the executive to the
said Richard Loockerman, and upon his not complying with the call of the exe-
cutive within sixty days thereafter, they are hereby authorised and directed to
cause a suit to be instituted upon the bond of the said Thomas Harrison, as audi-
tor, for neglect of duty.

Passed Feb 9 1820
In favour of Rich-
ard Loockerman

No. 16.
Resolved, That the governor and council be and they are hereby authorised
and empowered, in all cases of debts due to this state, where judgment have been
obtained, or may be obtained, before the meeting of the next general assembly,
and the defendants are subject to execution, upon application being made to
them, and being fully satisfied that the said debt for which indulgence is prayed,
is well and sufficiently secured, and upon such applicant paying six per cent in-
terest, and all costs due thereon, to stay any further proceedings against such deb-
tors, until the first of January eighteen hundred and twenty one; Provided, that
any judgments upon which proceedings may be stayed as aforesaid, shall continue
and remain in full force, and executions may be issued thereon at any time with-
in twelve months after the expiration of such stay.

Passed Feb 9 1820
In favour of pub-
lic debtors

No. 17.

Resolved, That the levy court of Charles county, be and they are hereby
authorised and required, to levy on the assessable property at said county, a sum

Passed Feb 10, 1820
In favour of Jo-
seph Mankin



 
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