Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 40 Part 2.djvu/606

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1926 PROCLAMATIONS, 1919. aforesaid dividing line between the lands of John M. Michael and of Thomas P. Mitchell; thence, through the lands of Thomas P. Mitchell, parallel to the said center ine, and still 90 feet distant northeasterly at right angles therefrom; North 45° 50’ West, for a distance of 1846 eet, more or less, to intersect the aforesaid dividing line between the lands of Thomas P. Mitchell, and the first mentioned tract of land belonging to Mrs. William B. Baker; thence, through the said first tract be onging to Mrs. William B. Baker, still parallel to the said center line, and 90 feet distant northeasterly at right angles therefrom; North 45° 50’ West, for a distance of 2041 feet, more or less, to intersect the outline of a tract of land belo ' to the heirs of Charles W. Baker, lately deceased; thence, through the land belonging to the said heirs o the said Charles W. Baker, parallel to the said center line, and still 90 feet distant at right angles therefrom; North 45° 50’ West, for a distance of 311 feet more or less, to intersect another outline of the said nrst parcel of Mrs. Wdliam B. Ba.ker’s land heretofore referred to; thence thro h the said parcel, parallel to the said center line, and 90 feet ugstant northeasterly at right angles therefrom; North 45° 50’ West, for a. distance of 2222 feet, more or less, to intersect the aforesaid dividing line between the said first named ggrcel of Mrs. William B. Baker’s land, and the lands of Charlw B. born; thence through the lands of Charles B. Osborn, parallel to the said center line, and 90 feet distant northeasterly at right angles therefrom; North 45° 50’ West, for a distance of 565 feet, more or less; thence, still through the lands of the said Charles B. Osborn, in a northwesterly, northerly and northeasterly direction, by a line curving toward the east, and following the a.rc of a circle whose is 573.69 feet, for a distance of 771 feet, more or less, to a gmt distant 112 feet southeasterl at right from the said sou east right of way line or limit ofy the said P elphia, Baltimore and Washington Railroad; thence, still through the ands of the said Charles B. Osbom, parallel to the said right of way line, and 112 feet distant southeasterly at right angles therefrom; North 31° 10' East, for a distance of 2038 feet, more or less, to intersect the aforesaid center line of the first named road or street leading to the said Proving Ground, and thence, with the center line thereof; North 46° 38’ West, 114.6 feet to the b ` herieof, and containing m the aggregate 51.776 acres of land, more or ess. 0*;*;* *¤v•¤v ¤¤ Two stri of land formerl comprisin a art of the Cadwalader Hm dC£°°°y’ property, th: value of which has been paid bly the Government, but ying outside of the tract taken over by the President/s Proclamation of December 14, 1917, viz: All those two certain strips or pieces of land situate, I g and being in the First Election District of Harford County, andygizate of Maryland, bounded and described as follows: 1>¤s¢rii>¤¤¤- NUMBER ONE: for the same at a point in the southeasterly line of the lan of e Pennsylvania Railroad Company at a distance of 60 feet measured southeastwardly from a oint in and at riglht angles to the line established as the center line ofp the railroad of T e Pennsylvania Railroad Company, said oint in center line being distant 450 feet measured northeastwardly along the center line rom a point otpposite the middle of Magnolia Passenger Station; extending thence y land of the said Railroad Company on a line parallel with the said center line and 60 feet distant southeastwardly therefrom North 63° East 278 feet to a int in the westerly line of land now or formerly of Edward B. Elgttemesch; thence by said land South 2° East 153 feet to a point; thence by other land of the