Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 40 Part 2.djvu/605

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PROCLAMATIONS, 1919. 1925 a point distant 35 feet southwesterly at right angles from the center line of the said railroad; thence, sti l through the said parcel of land belonging to Mrs. William B. Baker, parallel to the said center line, and 35 feet distant southwesterly at right angles therefrom; South 45° 50’ East, for a distance of 2199 feet, more or less, to intersect the dividing line between the lands of Mrs. William B. Baker and of Thomas P. Mitchell; thence, through the lands of Thomas P. Mitchell, parallel to the said center line, and 35 feet distant southwesterly at right angles therefrom; South 45° 50’ East, for a drstance of 1785 eet, more or less, to intersect the dividing line between the lands of Thomas P. Mitchell, and of John M. Michael; thence through the lands of John M. Michael, parallel to the said center line, and 35 feet distant southwesterly at right angles therefrom; South 45° 50’ East, for a distance of 1304 feet, more or less, to intersect the dividing line between the lands of John M. Michael and of William N. Michael; thence, throu h the lands of William N. Michael, parallel to the said center hue, and still 35 feet distant southwesterly at right angles therefrom; South 45° 50’_East, for a distance of 1585 feet more or less, to intersect the dividing lme between the lands of [William N. Michael and another tract 0 land belonging to Mrs. William B. Baker; thence, througlh this second tract of land belonging to Mrs. William B. Baker; para el to the said center line, and 35 feet distant southwesterly at right angles therefrom; South 45° 50’ East, for a distance of 1230 feet, more or less, to intersect the dividing line between this second tract of land belonging to Mrs. William B. Baker and the lands of Thomas H. Marshall; thence, through the lands of Thomas H. Marshall, parallel to the said center line, and still 35 feet distant southwesterly at right angles therefrom; South 45° 50’ East, for a distance of 1882 feet, more or less, to intersect the center line of the county road leading from the main Aberdeen and Bush River Neck road to the landing at or near the mouth of Swan Creek, and also to intersect the northerly outline of that tract of land called "Sidney Park," lately purchased by The United States of America of one Sidney Hall, and which said outline is also a part of the northerly outline or bormdary of The Aberdeen Proving Grormd, and running thence, with the center line of the said road, crossing the center lme of the said railroad leading to the Proving Ground, and bounding on the said tract purchased of the said Hall; South 87° 32’ East, for a distance of 186.75 feet, more or less, to a point distant 90 feet northeasterly at right angles from the center line of the main track of the said railroad; thence, through the lands of the said Thomas H. Marshall, parallel to the said center line, and 90 feet distant northeasterly at right angles therefrom; North 45° 50’ West, for a distance of 1982 feet, more or less, to intersect the aforesaid dividing line between the lands of Thomas H. Marshall and the second tract of land belonging to Mrs. William B. Baker; thence, through the said second tract of land belonging to Mrs. William B. Baker, parallel to the said center line and still 90 feet distant northeasterly at rivht angles therefrom; North 45° 50’ West, for a distance of 1312 fleet, more or less, to intersect the dividing line between the aforesaid second tract of Mrs. William B. Baker’s land, and the lands of William N. Michael; thence, through the lands of William N. Michael, parallel to the said center line, and still 90 feet distant northeasterly at right angles therefrom; North 45° 50’ West, for a distance of 1566 feet, more or less, to intersect the aforesaid dividing line between the lands of William N. Michael, and of John M. Michael; thence, through the lands of John M. Michael, parallel to the said center line, and still 90 feet distant northeaster y at right angles therefrom; North 45° 50’ West, for a distance of 1303 feet, more or less, to intersect the