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1844.

THOMAS G. PRATT, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.

CHAP. 52.

Endure for
30 years.

said corporation to issue any note, certificate, token or ev-
idence of debt, to be used as a currency.
SEC. 3. And be it enacted, That this act shall endure
for thirty years, unless sooner repealed by the General
Assembly.

 

CHAPTER 52.

Passed Jan.
17, 1845.

An act authorising James Howard and Charles Howard,
trustees and guardians under the Will of William How-
ard, to lease certain property therein mentioned.

Preamble.

WHEREAS, certain real estate, part of the estate of the
late Doctor William Howard, of Baltimore city, has been
assigned as and for her dower to his widow, now Rebec-
ca A. Tyson, wife of Doctor Alexander H. Tyson, of Bal-
timore county, AND WHEREAS, certain persons have made
agreements to lease for ninety-nine years, renewable for-
ever, certain lots part of said real property so assigned,
and have built upon and improved said lots under the
belief and expectation, that James Howard and Charles
Howard, trustees under the will of the said Doctor Wil-
liam Howard and guardians of his only surviving child,
William Key Howard, now a minor, would unite in the
execution of the leases of said lots; AND WHEREAS, doubts
are now entertained whether under said will the said
trustees and guardians have the power to execute said
leases—now therefore,

Trustees.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of
Maryland, That James Howard and Charles Howard,
trustees under the will of the late Doctor William How-
ard, and guardians of his only surviving child, William
Key Howard, a minor, be and they are hereby authorised
and empowered to unite and join with Alexander H. Ty-
son and Rebecca A. Tyson, his wife, in the due and pro-
per execution of leases for ninety-nine years, renewable
forever, or of leases for any shorter term or terms of all
or any part of the real property assigned to said Rebecca
A. Tyson, as and for her dower out of the estate of her
late husband, the said Doctor William Howard, and of
which the reversionary interest after the expiration of her
life estate is vested in the said James Howard and Charles

Acts made
valid.

Howard as trustees as aforesaid.
SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That all acts done by the
said James Howard and Charles Howard in pursuance



 
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