lessee

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a tenant who holds a lease

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Sam and Sallie, the joint biography of Sam and Sara Lane written by their nephew, depicts Sara's succession to lesseeship after Sam's death in the following terms: "During Sam's life she had meekly submitted to his rule and guidance, now she found herself in absolute control, not only of a considerable fortune, but also over the destinies of the business.
Waldtern Pegg's lesseeship proved to be something of a disaster and when he left in October 1884, the theatre closed for four months before reopening with Frank Emery at the helm.