Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 39 Part 2.djvu/623

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1790 PROCLAMATIONS, 1916. m§*P“°¤•°°'* in the outside lines of said strip twenty-one hundred and two feet, ' more or less, to Station Thirty-nine plus Eighty in said centre line of said old location; thence diverging rom said pipe line location and running south six deg-;ees forty-one minutes west one thousand four hundred and forty-t ee feet to the Hannah H. Bracy north line, called also the widow Jordan’s Dower Lot; thence north eighty-six deigrees forty-five minutes west, but everywhere following} the norther y side line of said Dower Lot tolits northweilst cognlgr; thencle south ten egrees minutes west, ut everyw ere o o the westerly line of said wer Lot, five hundred and ninety-four eet, more or less, to a stake in the northern line of the Shore or Settlers’ Lots, it betingialso the southwestgrn corner tc; said Dower theiticpl north sigh` y· ve degrees orig- ve minu west, everyw ere o o ` the northern line of the said Settlers’ Lots and the southern line o the Jordan Piuchase, so called, three thousand nine hundred and forty-three and five·tenths feet, more or less, to the southwesterly corner of said Jordan Purchase at the northwesterly corner of Settle1·’s Lot N o. 73 on the old Peters Plan· thence north four degrees forty-five minutes east, but everywhere following the westerly line of said Jordan Purchase thirteen thousand two undred and thirty-three feet more or less, to an iron bolt marking the northwestern comer of said Jordan Purchase, being the southern line of the Southwest Valley or Gilmore Lot, said westerly line of the Jordan Purchase being marked throughout its length by iron bolts; thence westerly, following the southern line of said Southwest Valley or Gilmore Lot, four hundred and twelve and five-tenths feet to the southwest corner thereof; thence northerly, biy the head line of the shore lots, to said town l1ne· thence south orty-five degiaes east, following said town line, to the southwesterly corner of t No. 4, according to the survey and plan made b A. P. Goodell in October A. D. 1880, said plan being recorded in the of Deeds for said Hancock County; thence northerly and easterl , but always followin said Lot No. 4, to a point one hundred and, fifty feet distant from ghe shore of Eagle Lake; thence easterly and northerly, but everywhere parallel with and one hundred and fifty feet distant from said shore of Eagge Lake to a gist one hundred and fifty feet distant from the ubble Pond k; thence easterly, but everywhere garallel with and one hundred and fifty feet distant from said Bub le Pond Brook to the road leading to Bubble Pond; thence by said road, by the four next following courses and distances, first south eight gg:-ees five minutes east two hundred and two and twelve one-hundr ths feet; thence south eleven degrees fort minutes east ninezymine and ninety-nine onehundredths feet; tiilence south twenty- ve degrees twenty minutes east one hundred and forty-nine and ninety-eight one-hundredths feet; thence south thirteen degrees thirty-six minutes east two hundred and eighty-three and eig t·tenths eet to a stake driven in the ground; thence diverging from said road and crossing said brook north eighty-nine degrees forty minutes east three hundred and thirty-ninc and nine—tenths feet; thence north eight degrees thirty- five minutes west one hundred and fifteen and five-tenths feet; thence north eight degrees twent minutes west one hundred and twenty- five and our-tenths feet; tlience north one degree fifteen minutes west one hundred and thirteen and thirty-five one-hundredths feet; thence north ten degrees thirty minutes west one hundred and thirty- two feet; thence north six degrees fifty minutes east one hundred and sixty-eight and ninety-six one-hundredths feet; thence north fourteen d§1ees east one hundred and eight;-two and forty-nine onehundr ths feet; thence north fourteen egrees west one hundred and thirty-eight and ninety-three one-hundredths feet; thence north nine degrees west three hundred and fifty-one and ninety-one one-