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Session Laws, 1955
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370                               LAWS OF MARYLAND                        [CH. 254

from the King Street house a distance of 25 feet the center line of
the said S-feet alley coinciding with the first line of the above de-
scribed ground as now laid out and used in common with the owners
and occupiers of the lot adjoining to the west with the right of
using the westernmost wall of the house adjoining to the eastward
to a depth of 40 feet southerly from Lombard Street in accordance
with a grant from Wesley Starr to George A. Davis dated December
21, 1844, and recorded among the land records of Baltimore City,
in Liber AWB No. 353, folio 185.

Improvements thereon being known as No. 519 West Lombard
Street.

521 West Lombard Street

Beginning for the same on the line of the south side of Lombard
Street at the distance of sixty feet easterly from the corner or
intersection of the south side of Lombard Street and the east side
of Greene Street and running thence easterly binding on Lombard
Street 21 feet, 6 inches more or less to the center of the partition
wall between the house erected on the ground now being described
and the house erected on the ground thereto adjoining on the east,
thence southerly through the center of said wall 40 feet, thence still
southerly 129 feet or thereabouts to a point on the north side of
Lemmon Street (formerly Carpenters Alley) distant exactly 21 feet,
6 inches westerly from the southwest corner of the ground which
by deed dated February 1, 1844, and recorded among the land records
of Baltimore City, in Liber TK No. 338, folio 224, was conveyed by
John H. McHenry to Wesley Starr, thence westerly binding on
Lemmon Street 21 feet, 6 inches or thereabouts to the westernmost
outline of the ground conveyed to G. A. Davis by J. H. McHenry
by deed dated June 3, 1844, and recorded among the land records of
Baltimore City, in Liber TK No. 342, folio 141, thence northerly
binding on that outline and parallel with Greene Street 74 feet, thence
westerly still binding on the outline of said last mentioned ground
and parallel with Lombard Street 3 feet and thence northerly still
binding on said outline and parallel with Greene Street 95 feet to the
place of beginning.

Saving and reserving from the ground above described on the
east side thereof 1 foot, 6 inches fronting on the north side of Lemmon
Street extending back northerly of equal width 25 feet which with
like quantity reserved from the adjoining ground to the east now or
formerly owned by said George A. Davis forms an alley 3 feet in
width by 25 feet in depth as laid out and used for the mutual benefit
and advantages of said George A. Davis and Upton Slingluff, their
heirs and assigns.

Improvements known as No. 521 West Lombard Street.

SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That this act shall take effect
June 1, 1955.

Approved April 1, 1955.

 

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