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Sect. 4. And be it enacted, That the said maCLXXUI,

nagers, or the survivors of them, shall superintend 1812

and direct the expenditure of the said sum of four

thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be Money raised, how to be ap.' found necessary for paving or turnpiking the street propriated, &c. aforesaid, and for the repair of said school and mar

ket-house, and the said managers shall report their proceedings, and settle their accounts before the Le vy court of New-Castle county, at their next sitting after such work shall have been completed.

Compensation Sect. 5. And be it enacted, That the said ma, to the mana nagers shall have, for their trouble in the discharge of gers.

the duties assigned them by this act, the sum of
five per centum, on the whole sum which shall be
raised by the said lottery, and expended, as afore.

said.
- Passed at Dover, Feb. 1, 1811.

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An ACT making provision for the support of govern. ment, for the year one thousand eight hundred and twelve.

$ 12,500 to be raised and paid into the treasury.

E it enacted by the Senate and Section 1.

House of Representatives of the State of Delaware, in General Assembly met, That the sum of twelve thousand five hundred dollars shall be raised and paid into the treasury of this State, within the time and manner as directed by an act of the General Assembly of this State, entitled, “An act making provision for the support of government for the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and ten, and for the more effectual ordering, assessing, levying and collecting all such taxes as may be granted by the General Assembly," and shall be assessed and levied in the several counties of this

State, in the following proportions; that is to say, for Each county's the county of New-Castle, the sum oi four thousand proportion. seven hundred and sixty-one dollars and ninety cents; for the county of Kent, the sum of four thousand one hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixtyseven cents; and for the county of Sussex, the sum of three thousand five hundred and seventy-one dollars and forty-three cents.

Sect. 2. And be it enacted, That the aforesaid

Appropriation sums of money, shall be appropriated and applied to for the payment and in the following manner; that is to say, so much of salaries. thereof as may be necessary, shall be applied to the payment of the salaries due, and to become due to the governor, chancellor, judges of the Supreme court and court of Common Pleas, attorney general, secretary and auditor of accounts, up to the first day of January, which will be in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and thirteen ; and so much thereof as may be necessary, shall be applied to the payment of the daily allowance of the members of the General Assembly, their clerks, For the expen. and other expenses, and for printing the laws pass se

ral Assembly ed at this session of the General Assembly, and the votes and proceedings of the two branches thereof, and the residue, (if any there be) shall be applied to the payment of any sums of money due to the citizens of this State, for which provision shall be of debts due to

citizens. made by law.

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An ACT to enable certain persons therein mentioned to

raise by lottery, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, for building a grund Masonic hall in the borough of Wilmington, and State of Delaware.

D E it enacted by the Senate and House Sect. 1.

15,000 dollars D of Representatives of the State of t Delaware, in General Assembly met, That it shall lottery, for the erection of a and may be lawful for the managers herein after men. grand Masonic Hall, in the bo. tioned, to institute, carry on and draw a lottery, for rough of Wil.

raising the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, clear of

raising the sum of fift mington.

all expenses, to be applied to the erection of a grand Masonic hall in the borough of Wilmington, and State of Delaware.

Managers appointed.

SECT. 2. And be it enacted, That George Monroe, John Sellars, Joseph Robinson, Cæsar A. Rodney, Frederick Leonard, Archibald Hamilton, John Rumsey, Edward Roche and John Gordon, and the survivors of them, shall be, and they are hereby ap. pointed managers of the said lottery.

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Sect. 3. And be it enacted, That the said maManagers shall papers

nagers, or any four of them, previously to selling condition, &c. any tickets in said lottery, shall enter into a bond to

the governor, in the name of the State of Delaware, in the sum of thirty thousand dollars, conditioned for the faithful execution of this act, and due payment of all the prizes that may be drawn in said lottery, at the expiration of sixty days after the drawing of said lottery shall be completed, if demanded; and further condition, faithfully to apply all such sum or sums of money as may be raised by said lottery, clear of expenses, to the erection and completion of said building : And further, for the true and faithful performance of their duty as managers of said lottery; which said bond is hereby declared to be for the use and benefit of all and every person and per• sons, and bodies corporate, injured or aggrieved by the said managers, and may be put in suit by any person or persons, or body corporate, injured and aggrieved as aforesaid.

Sect. 4. And be it enacted, That each of the said Managers to be qualified, &c.

se managers shall, previously to his entering on the

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duties of his appointment, as manager, take and
subscribe an oath or affirmation, diligently, faithful-
ly and honestly to perform the duties of a manager
of the said lottery; which said oath or affirmation,
any judge or justice of the peace, is hereby authori-

zed to administer; and the said managers, or two To attend the

drawing, and of them,- at least, shall attend the drawing of each publish the forday, and when the drawing shall be completed, they tunate numbers. shall forthwith cause an accurate list of the fortunate numbers in the said lottery, to be published in one or more of the news-papers printed in this State, and in Philadelphia..

Sect. 5. And be it enacted, That all prizes not Prizes, when demanded within one year from the publication, as payable, &c. aforesaid, shall be retained by the said managers, and applied to the comipletion of the said building.

Sect. 6. And be it enacted, That if the said lot- Within what tery shall not be drawn within two years from the time the lottery

shall be drawn, approval of the scheme, by the governor, that the shall said managers shall return and pay over to every person, on demand, the respective sums that may have. been received for tickets sold in said lottery.

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An ACT to incorporate the Newport Grammar.

school, in New-Castle county.

D E it enacted by the Senate and Sect. 1. B House of Representatives of the mar school in

Newport Gram. State of Delaware, in General Assembly met, That corporated. Mordecai M‘Kinney, Aaron Justis, Zeonas Wells, Alexander Robinson and Samuel Paulson, shall be, and they are hereby constituted a body politic and corporate, by the name of the Trustees of the New. Style of the

corporation. port Grammar-school, in the county of New-Castle ; and by that name, shall have perpetual succession, and a common seal ; may sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, in any court of law or equity.

Sect. 2. And be it enacted, That the said trus- May hold protees, and their successors, by the name aforesaid, shall perty, and

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be capable in law to purchase, receive and hold, any lands, tenements, rents, goods or chatitis, which shall be given, conveyed or devised to them, for the use of the said school; and to sell, rent or dispose of the same, in such manner as to them shall seem most beneficial to said school.

Dispose of the

same.

Sect. 3. And be it enacted, That the said trustees, Powers.

or any three of them, shall have power, from time to time, to make and establish such bye-laws, rules and ordinances, not contrary to the laws and constitution of this State, as they shall judge necessary and proper for the good government of said school, and to appoint a president, secretary, tutor or tutors, and treasurer, the last of whom shall receive all monies accruing to the said school and property delivered to his care, and pay or deliver the same to

the order of the said trustees. The said treasurer, Treasurer shall give bond, with before he enters upon the duties of his office, shall

give bond and security, in such sum as the said

trustees shall direct, payable to them and their suc. Condition.

cessors, conditioned for the faithful discharge of the trust reposed in him, and that he will, when required by said trustees, render a true and just account of all monies, goods and chattels received by him, on account of and for the use of the said school, which treasurer shall receive such salary as the said trustees shall allow. /

Trustees may Sect. 4. And be it enacted, That the said trustees receive subscriptions for

shall have power to take and receive subscriptions the use of the for the use and benefit of said school; and in case school.

any person shall fail to comply with his or her subVacancies, how scription, to enforce the payment thereof; and in supplied. case of the death, resignation or other legal disabi

lity of any of the said trustees herein named, the vacancy thereby occasioned, shall be supplied by the remaining trustees.

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