1891 private laws – Ch. 256 Sec. 5

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CHAPTER 256 An act to allow the commissioners of the town of Louisburg to pur- chase claims and interests in the Louisburg Female College property and to sell and convey said property in trust for school purposes. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That the said property shall be held by the said commissioners in trust exclusive[ly] for a school or schools for the white race; and any party who shall by lease or purchase from the said commissioners or in any way acquire the said property shall hold the same affected by the said use and trust.

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