Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 50 Part 2.djvu/898

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PROCLAMATIONS, 1936 Deed Records; thence with two (2) lines of said T. E . Simms tract N 89045' E 46.30 chains, S 0°15' E 56.10 chains to the southeast corner thereof and on the north line of the Augustus Steel Survey, Abstract No. 508; thence with and within the Augustus Steel Survey, passing in line corner 10 of Tract J1-II, East 68.00 chains to corner 11 of said tract; thence with four (4) lines of Tract Ji-II, passing corers 12, 13, and 14 of said tract, 58.00 chains to corer 15 thereof; thence with Tract J1-II S 0030' E 21.00 chains to a point west of corner 18 of said tract; thence passing in line corer 18 of Tract J1-II, East 39.50 chains to corner 19 thereof; thence with six (6) lines of Tract Jl-II, passing corners 20 to 24 inclusive, 181.70 chains to corner 25 of said tract; thence easterly 16.50 chains to corner 33 of Tract Jl-II; thence with two (2) lines of Tract J1-II, passing in line corner 34, 50.60 chains to corner 35 of said tract; thence with the south line of the Susan Vince Survey, Abstract No. 50, passing in line corners 36 and 41 of said Tract J1-II, N 89030 ' E 25.00 chains to West Sandy Creek; thence down and with West Sandy Creek easterly 133.00 chains to confluence with the West Fork of San Jacinto River; thence up and with the West Fork of San Jacinto River and Tract Jl-I northwesterly 12.00 chains to corner 8 of said tract; thence with Tract J1-I, N 54045' E 61.40 chains to corner 9 thereof; thence with the south- east line of the Margaret Talbot Survey, Abstract No. 541, N 55030' E 42.26 chains to the beginning corer of said survey and on the southwest line of the James Jordan Survey, Abstract No. 28; thence with the southwest line of the James Jordan Survey, S 3500' E 92 chains to McDonald Creek; thence northeasterly up and with McDonald Creek to the west line of the Crittendon Wells Survey, Abstract No. 591; thence with two (2) lines of the said Crittendon Wells Survey, North 34.00 chains, East 4.21 chains to the beginning corner of said survey and identical with the beginning corner of the W. N . Mock Survey, Abstract No. 401; thence with two (2) lines of the said W. N. Mock Survey, N 2500 ' E 80.00 chains, S 6500 ' E 80.00 chains to the third corner of said survey; thence with two (2) lines of Tract J12q N 2500' E 3.00 chains to corner 2, N 8900' E 39.60 chains to corner 3 of said tract; thence with the William M. Barrett Survey, Abstract No. 77, and the Elihu Davids Survey, supra, passing in line corner 4 of Tract J12q, easterly 216.97 chains to the eleventh corner of the said Elihu Davids Survey on the southwest line of the James Tinsley Survey, Abstract No. 548; thence with two (2) lines of the James Tinsley Survey N 25°00' W 84.18 chains, N 65000' E 10.00 chains to the third corner of the David Thompson Survey, Abstract No. 551; thence with the David Thompson Survey North 2.00 chains, to corner 5 of Tract J3c; thence S 89030' W 58.70 chains to corner 6 of said tract and the point of beginning. The area described above is graphically shown on the diagram at- tached hereto and made a part hereof. IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. DONE at the City of Washington this 13" day of October, in the year of our Lord Nineteen hundred and thirty-six and of [SEAL] the Independence of the United States of America the one hundred and sixty-first. FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT By the President: CORDELL HULL Secretary of State. 1793