Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 50 Part 2.djvu/894

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PROCLAMATIONS, 1936 easterly 50.00 chains to the south line of the Jesse Parker Survey, Abstract No. 36; thence with two (2) lines of the said Jesse Parker Survey easterly 181.50 chains, northerly 1.59 chains to a point in the west line of the Ephraim McCaleb Survey, Abstract No. 389; thence with two (2) lines within the said Ephraim McCaleb Sur- vey, N 89030' E 39.50 chains to Harmon Creek, up and with Harmon Creek, southeasterly 2.20 chains to the seventh corner of said Ephraim McCaleb Survey; thence with a north line of said Ephraim McCaleb Survey easterly 120.67 chains to the sixth corner of said survey and on the west line of the Jeremiah Lauder- dale Survey, Abstract No. 328; thence with the west line of the Jeremiah Lauderdale Survey northerly 26.00 chains to the third corner of said survey; thence with the north lines of the said Jere- miah Lauderdale Survey and the John Caruthers Survey, Ab- stract No. 9, easterly 237.18 chains to the second corner of the said John Caruthers Survey identical with the beginning corner of the Chas. M . Conrow Survey, Abstract No. 137; thence with the west line of said Chas. M . Conrow Survey southerly 69.74 chains to the second corner of said survey identical with the sixth corner of the Jacob Zwicky Survey, Abstract No. 622; thence with three (3) lines of the Jacob Zwicky Survey easterly 43.01 chains, southerly 2.22 chains, easterly 12.63 chains to the third corner of said survey and identical with the twelfth corner of the J. C. Allender Survey, Abstract No. 63; thence continuing with the north line of the said J. C . Allender Survey easterly 40.79 chains to the beginning corner of said survey and identical with the third corner of the J. H. Wilson Survey, Abstract No. 610; thence with two (2) lines of the said J. H. Wilson Survey S 75000' E. 24 .41 chains, S 60°00' E 17.68 chains to the beginning corner of said survey and identical with the fourth corner of the John M. Rustin Survey, Abstract No. 475; thence continuing with the northeast line of the said John M. Rustin Survey S 60°00 ' E 40.62 chains to the beginning corner of said survey and identical with the be- ginning corner of the Pierre Blanchet Survey, Abstract No. 7; thence with the southeast line of said Pierre Blanchet Survey N 30°45' E 95.60 chains to the fourth corner of the Edmund Logre Survey, Abstract No. 330; thence with two (2) lines of the said Edmund Logre Survey, S 60030 ' E 41 .20 chains, N 32045' E 43.50 chains to third corner of the Roderick Jenkins Survey, Abstract No. 186; thence with the southwest line of the said Roderick Jenkins Survey at 1.00 chain pass from Walker into San Jacinto County, S 59045' E 60.20 chains to the second corner of said survey on the northwest line of the Albert A. Foster Survey, Ab- stract No. 123; thence with the said northwest line of the Albert A. Foster Survey, N 30° 45' E 38.90 chains to a point on said line; thence S 59 45' E 31.00 chains to a northwest line of the Robert Kilgore Survey, Abstract No. 193; thence with three (3) lines of the said Albert A. Foster Survey S 32015' W 4.40 chains, S 59 45' E 12.70 chains, S 3100' W 56.60 chains to State Highway No. 45; thence with said highway easterly 525 chains to State High- way No. 156 at the town of Point Blank; thence with State High- way No. 156 southerly 238.00 chains to the northwest line of the Miles G. Stephens Survey, Abstract No. 51; thence crossing the said Miles G. Stephens Survey S 60 0 00' E 68.00 chains to the fourth cor- ner thereof; thence with two (2) lines of the said Miles G. Stephens Survey S 49°00' E 63.14 chains, S 41 00' W 146 chains to a point in the northwest line of the William Rankin, Jr. Survey, Abstract No. 41; thence crossing the said William Rankin, Jr. Survey S 49000 ' E 118.50 chains to the fourth corner of the Messina Brown Survey; thence with four (4) lines of the said Messina Brown Sur- 1790