Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 50 Part 2.djvu/882

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1781 PROCLAMATIONS, 1936 River; thence crossing the river and running northerly up and with the right bank 591.00 chains to a point opposite and easterly of the beginning corner of the Remigio Totin Survey, Abstract No. 56; thence with the south line of the Remigio Totin Survey, westerly 139.00 chains to Monument-A224, identical with corner 1 of Tract A3-III, property of the United States; thence with two (2) lines of said tract, N 2000' E 53.14 chains, westerly 291.50 chains passing Monument-A466 to a point in the west line of said survey identical with Monument-A430; thence S 1°50 ' W 22.71 chains to corner 23 of said tract, identical with the seventh corner of the Abraham Kuykendall Survey, Abstract No. 37; thence with three (3) lines of said Abraham Kuykendall Survey, S 89°05' W 93.37 chains, S 27010' W 160.08 chains, S 22010 ' E 162.18 chains to the beginning corner thereof in Durazno Bayou and identical with Monument-A446; thence down and with said Bayou to the confluence with the Angelina River; thence down and with the left bank of Angelina River 665.00 chains to a point opposite and northeasterly of the beginning corner of the Willafred Stanley Survey, Abstract No. 48; thence crossing the Angelina River and with the southeast line of the Willafred Stanley Survey southwesterly 434.00 chains to the second corner of said survey; thence with the southwest line of said survey and passing corners 19 and 18 of Tract A2-I, property of the United States, northwesterly 105.00 chains to the third corner of said Willafred Stanley survey; thence with the northwest line of said survey and passing corners 2 and 1 of Tract A2e, property of the United States, northeasterly 65.50 chains to a point south of the sixth corner of the Nicholas White Survey, Abstract No. 655; thence within said Nicholas White Survey north 19.50 chains to the sixth corner of said survey; thence two (2) lines of the J. T. P. Irvine Survey, Abstract No. 368, S 89010' W 57.56 chains, N 0°50' W 8.42 chains to a' point in the west line of said survey; thence with two (2) lines within the Cyrus Ivy Survey, Abstract No. 367, S 89°10' W 15.80 chains, N 76°10 ' W 17.50 chains to corner 6 of Tract A2-I, property of the United States; thence with ten (10) lines of said Tract A2-I, S 89°15' W 51.02 chains, South 10.37 chains, West 15.32 chains, South 25.97 chains, S 89045' W 79.00 chains, S 1°20' E 51.75 chains, West 15.64 chains, S 1°25' E 170.60 chains, N 89010' E 24.29 chains, S 100' E 39.95 chains to corner 41 thereof; thence with said Tract A2-I, N. 89025' E about 47.00 chains, crossing the Texas and New Orleans Railroad right-of-way to a point in the northeast line thereof; thence with said right-of-way line, southeasterly 80.00 chains to the west line of the Daniel McGraw Survey, Abstract No. 448; thence southerly 15.00 chains to the third corner of said survey; thence with the south line of said survey easterly 20.00 chains to the fifth corner of the Aminta Shields Survey, Abstract No. 556; thence with the west line of said survey southeasterly 54.00 chains to the fourth corner thereof and on the north line of the Martin L. Baker Survey, Abstract No. 740; thence with the north line of said survey westerly 34.50 chains to the fourth corner thereof; thence with four (4) lines of the Martin L. Baker Survey southerly 34.43 chains, easterly 11.20 chains, southeasterly 56.57 chains, easterly 38.39 chains, to the eighth corer thereof in the north line of the William 1 Johnson Survey, Abstract No. 371; thence with three (3) lines of said Williams1 Johnson Survey easterly 9.00 chains, southerly 47.00 chains, westerly 1.68 chains to the third corner of the Stephen J. Stanley Survey, Abstract No. 47; thence with the east line of said Stephen J. Stanley Survey south- So in original. 125151° --37-PTn- 56