Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 50 Part 2.djvu/886

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PROCLAMATIONS, 1936 survey, Abstract No. 13; thence with said survey S 30000' W 147.00 chains to State Highway No. 106; thence with said high- way N. 67030' W 60.00 chains to Tract K2c, property of the United States and at a point between corners 12 and 13 thereof; thence with three (3) lines of said Tract K2c, passing corners 13 and 14 thereof, to State Highway No. 106; thence with said highway, N. 67030' W 98.00 chains to said Tract K2c, at a point between corners 27 and 28 thereof; thence with ten (10) lines of Tract K2c, passing corners 28 to 36 inclusive, to corner 37 which is identical with Monument-K455; thence with two (2) lines within the Maria Guadalupe de Castro survey, Abstract No. 9, N. 49045' W 48.00 chains to corner 4 of tract K2d, property of the United States, N. 60°00' W 108.00 chains to a point in line of tract K2-III, property of the United States and at a point between corners 44 and 45 thereof; thence with twenty (20) lines of said tract K2-III, passing corners 45 to 62 inclusive, 428.10 chains to corner 63 of said tract; thence N. 29030' E 64.00 chains to corner 66 of Tract K2-III, thence with two (2) lines of Tract K2-III, passing corner 67, 118.80 chains to corner 68 and identical with the southeast corner of the R. Miller survey, Abstract No. 414; thence with two (2) lines of said R. Miller survey, N. 60000 ' W 61.54 chains, N. 10o00' E 12.33 chains to the eighth corner thereof and on the southwest line of the A. E. Westall survey, Abstract No. 48; thence with the southwest line of said A. E . Westall survey, N. 79015' W 142.00 chains to the beginning corner of said survey, identical with corner 84 of Tract K2-III; thence with the northwest line of the A. E. Westall survey, northeasterly 275.00 chains to corner 92 of Tract K2-III; thence with five (5) lines of Tract K2-III, passing corners 93 to 96 inclusive, 155.10 chains to corner 97 on the northwest line of the John D. Stepp survey, Abstract No. 567; thence with two (2) lines of the said John D. Stepp survey, N. 10000' E 21.50 chains, S. 80000' E 40.00 chains to the third corner thereof and on the northwest line of the N. E. Morris survey, Abstract No. 431; thence with three (3) lines of the N. E. Morris survey, N. 1000' E 25.00 chains, S. 8000 ' E 40.00 chains, S. 10°00' W 9 chains to the sixth corner of the John D. Stepp survey; thence with a north line of said John D. Stepp survey and the Christopher Fox survey, Abstract No. 215, southeasterly 21.00 chains to corner 102 of Tract K2-III; thence with four (4) lines of Tract K2-III, passing corners 103, 104 and 105 to corner 106 on the south line of the James Perry survey Abstract No. 487; thence S. 81030' E 10.00 chains to the third corer of the James Perry survey; thence along the east line of the said survey northerly 46.30 chains to the fourth corner thereof; thence with two (2) lines of the W. W . Davis survey, Abstract No. 182, North 45.10 chains, N. 80°00' W 32.20 chains to the fourth corner thereof; thence northwesterly 2.00 chains to corner 58 of Tract K2b, property of the United States; thence with four (4) lines of Tract K2b, passing corers 59, 60, and 61, 61.70 chains to corer 62 of Tract K2b on the southwest line of the 'W. J. Ward survey, Abstract No. 676; thence with the southwest and northwest lines of said W. J . Ward survey 58.00 chains to corer 65 of Tract K2b; thence N. 10015' E 40.00 chains to corer 7 of Tract K1-V, property of the United States; thence with four (4) lines of Tract K1-V, passing corners 8, 9, and 10 to corer 11 thereof and on the south line of the Mary Henderson survey, Abstract No. 496; thence with two (2) lines of said Mary Hender- son survey West 45.80 chains to the southwest corer thereof, North 48.00 chains to the beginning corner of the Henry Harris survey, Abstract No. 1205; thence with the northwest line of 1784