Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 43 Part 1.djvu/415

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384 SIXTY—EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. C11. 255. 1924. stone; thence north sixty-one degrees thirty-five mmutes east one thousand four hundred and thirty feet to a stone at intersection of old roads; thence south seventy-two degrees forty mmutes east one thousand three hundred and fifty-five feet to a stone; thence south eighty-five de ees forty minutes east two thousand seven hundred and ninety-eigit and five—tenths feet to a stone; thence south twenty- seven degrees fifty minutes west two thousand SIX hundred and fifty-four feet to a stone; corner of Powells lands, thence along Powell lands south seventynine degrees thirty-Eve mmutes west one thousand two hundred an ninety feet to a stone; thence south eleven degrees forty minutes west four thousand one hundred and two feet to a stone, point of beginningigcontaming m all seven hundred and five and twelve one-hundredt acres. _ '*`*•°°N°·* Tract numbered 2: Beginning at a stone on the eastern side of the Camden public road near the six-mile post; thence along Camden ublic road south eighty-nine degrees forgy-five minutes west eight hundred feet to a stone; thence along the anden public road south eighty-seven degrees thirty-five minutes west nme hundred and eighty-five feet to a stone; thence along the Camden public road south seventy-eight degrees forty-five minutes west one hundred and eighty-four feet to a stone; thence south twelve degrees fifty minutes east nine hundred and eighty-five feet to a stone; thence north eighty-five degrees forty-five minutes east one thousand two hundred and forty feet to a stone; thence south sixty-three degrees five minutes east one thousand nine hundred and eightiy-four feet to a stone six feet from paved road; thence in an easter y and northerly direction nine hundred and twenty-two feet along paved road to a stone six feet from paving; thence south eighty-two degrees twent minutes east one thousand and fifty feet to a stone; thence north seventy-three degrees fifty minutes east one thousand three hundred and twenty-five feet to a stone; thence north eight degrees twenty minutes east two hundred and seventy feet to a stone; thence sout eighty-six degrees east four hundred and eight feet to a stone; thence south seven degrees thirty minutes west two hundred and seventeen feet to a stone; thence south sixty-four degrees twenty- five minutes west five hundred and seventy feet to a stone; thence south fifty-three degrees twenty-five minutes west one thousand four hundred and sixty eet to a stone; thence south fifty degrees twenty- five minutes east three hundred and twenty-three feet to a stone; thence north seventy-one degrees fifty-five minutes east one thousand three hundred feet to a stone; thence north fift -two degrees fifteen minutes east two thousand one hundred and thirty-one feet to a stone on the north side of the Ancrum Ferry Road; thence north three degrees forty minutes east four thousand three hundred and fifteen feet to a stone on the eastern side of the Camden public road; thence along said Camden public road south thirty-eight degrees thirty minutes west two hundred and eleven feet to a stone; thence south thirty-six degrees fifty-five minutes west one thousand and thirty-nine feet to a stone; thence south fiftv-five degrees fifty minutes west six hundred and twenty feet to a stone near the seven- i mile post; thence south eighty-seven degrees fiftv-five minutes west seven hundred and seventy-nine feet to a stone;vthence south sixty- nine degrees forty minutes west four hundred and ninety-eight feet to a stone; thence south fifty-five degrees fifty·—five minutes west one thousand three hundred and thirty feet to a stone on the southerly side of the Ancrum Ferry Road; thence south seventy-five degrees twenty minutes west eight hundred and eleven feet to a stone near branch; thence south seventy degrees fifteen minutes west one thousand two hundred and sixty-five feet to a stone; thence south sixty- eight degrees twenty-five minutes west eight hundred and ninety