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LAWS OF MARYLAND.

 

westerly parallel with Carey street 70 feet to the center of a 40 foot

 

alley, thence southwesterly binding on the center of said alley, with

 

the use thereof in common, 14 feet, and thence southeasterly

 

parallel with Carey street 70 feet to the place of beginning."

 

"Beginning. for the second, on the northwesternmost side of

 

James street at the distance of 454 feet northeasterly from the

 

corner formed by the intersect inn of the northeasternmost side

 

of Carey and the northwesternmost side of James streets, and

 

running thence northeasterly binding on the northwesternmost

^Boundaries.

side of James street 14 feet, thence northwesterly parallel with

 

Carey street 70 feet to the center of a 10-foot alley, thence south-

 

easterly binding on the center of said alley, with the use thereof

 

in common, 14 feet, and thence southeasterly parallel with

 

Carey street 70 feet to the place of beginning." "Beginning,

 

for the third, on the northeasternmost side of James street at

 

the distance of 168 feet northeasterly from the corner formed

 

by the intersection of the northeasternmost side of Carey and

 

the northwesternmost side of James streets, and running thence

 

northeasterly binding on the northwesternmost side of James

 

street 14 feet, thence northeasterly parallel with Carey street 70

 

feet to the center of a 10-foot alley, thence southwesterly bind-

 

ing on the center of said alley, with the use thereof in common.

 

14 feet, and thence southeasterly parallel with Carey street 70

 

feet to the place of beginning." Said deed being of record

 

among the Land Records of Baltimore City, in Liber J. B., No.

 

1507, folio 380, etc. (j) To the grant of the reversion, in fee,

 

of the lot of ground and the improvements thereon, in Balti-

 

more City, by John Kuper and wife, to said vestry; said lot be-

 

ing known as No. 1805 Thomas avenue, and described as fol-

 

lows: "Beginning for the same on the east side of Thomas

 

avenue at a point distant 271 feet south from the corner formed

 

by the intersection of the east side of Thomas avenue and the

 

south side of North avenue, thence south bounding on Thomas

 

avenue 25 feet, thence cast parallel with North avenue 87 feet

Grant to a

vestry.

9 1/2 inches to the outline of the whole ground, thence northwest

 

bounding on said line 25 feet 2 1/2 inches to the lot tenthly de-

 

scribed in lease from Kuper et al to Heaver, thence west on

 

same 8 1 feet 6 1/4 inches to the place of beginning." Said deed

 

being of record among the Land Records of Baltimore City, in

 

Liber R. O., No. 1678, folio 113, etc.

Conveyance
of lot.

(3) To the grant and conveyance from Charles W. Parker

 

and William G. Harrison, trustees to the Vestry of St. Luke's

 

Protestant Episcopal Church, of Baltimore, of a certain lot of

 

ground situated on the east side of Dewberry alley 87 feet south

 

of Baltimore street, being the lot secondly described in a deed

 

from said Parker and Harrison, trustees, to said vestry ; said

 

deed bearing date July 2, 1874, and recorded among the Land

 

Records of Baltimore City, in Liber G. R., No. 664, folio 11, etc.

Bequests,

(4) To the following bequests under the last will and testa-

 

ment of George Brehm, late of Baltimore County, Maryland,

 

deceased, said will bearing date January 6, 1891, probated

 

March 8, 1904, and of record among the Wills Records in the



 
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