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Session Laws, 1894 Session
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duly admitted to probate, and now of record in the office of
the' Register of Wills for Baltimore City, in Liber R. T. B..
No. 62, folio 311, &c.

To deed to
of P. E.

Forty third. To the deed from the "East New Market
Female Seminary." a body corporate by virtue of chapter 533
of the acts of the General Assembly of Maryland of 1849, to
the Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the
Diocese of Easton, a body corporate under the laws of Mary-
land, of a lot of ground situated in the second election district
of Dorchester county, Maryland, and in the town of East New
Market, which is described as follows: Beginning for the
same on the west side of the county road or street leading to
Cabin creek, at a stone on the northeast corner of the lot
belonging to Fred Wright, and running thence north seventy-
one degrees, west two hundred and fifty six feet, by and with
the line of said Fred Wright; thence north twenty-one degrees,
east eighty-three feet, by and with the line of Samuel L.
Webster; thence south sixty-nine degrees, east two hundred
and fifty seven feet, by and with the line of the Protestant
Episcopal lot; thence south nineteen degrees, west seventy-
three and one-half feet, by and with the said road or street to
the place of beginning, the same being known as the "Sem-
inary Lot," together with all the improvements thereupon, and
the rights, ways, appurtenances and privileges thereto attached
and belonging; said deed bearing date the sixth day of March,
eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and intended to be recorded
among the land records or Dorchester county.

To bequest
will of M.

forty-fourth. To the bequest of the sum of five hundred
dollars to Zion's Reformed Church of Hagerstown, Maryland ;
the bequest of the sum of fifty dollars to Christ Church, being
the Second Reformed Church at Hagerstown; to the bequest
of the sum of two hundred dollars to the Board of Education
of the Synod of the Potomac; to the bequest of the rest and
residue of the estate to Zion's Reformed Church of Hagers-
town, Maryland, contained in the last will and testament of
Mary Metzer, late of Washington county, Maryland, deceased.

To bequests
ia will of

Forty-fifth. To the devise of the undivided one-half interest
in a house and lot of ground on South Potomac street in
Hagerstown, Maryland, to the Presbyterian Church of Hagers-
town, Maryland; to the bequest to the Boards of Home and
Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church of the United
States of America, incorporated on the nineteenth day of

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