Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 50 Part 2.djvu/927

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PROCLAMATIONS, 1937 the North Chitteiden Road in Chittenden Village; thence with the North Chittenden Road to its intersection with the River Road in North Chittenden Village; thence northerly with the River Road about 2 miles to the crossing of Furnace Brook; thence up Furnace Brook to a point where a small drain enters from the west; thence westerly up said small drain to its inter- section with the Middle Road; thence with the Middle Road to the intersection with State Highway 115 and the North Road at Goshen Four Corners; thence leaving State Highway 115 with the North Road in northerly and southwesterly directions to its reintersection with State Highway 115 approximately 1 miles west of Goshen Four Corners; thence with State Highway 115 to the intersection with the School House Hill Road in Forestdale Village; thence with the School House Hill Road to the intersec- tion with State Highway 53; thence with State Highway 53 to the intersection with the Fern Lake Road; thence with the Fern Lake Road to the south end of Fern Lake; thence with the easterly shore of Fern Lake to a northeasterly cove in Fern Lake; thence N 26° E, true meridian, approximately 20 chains to a south- easterly cove of Lake Dunmore; thence with the easterly shore of Lake Dunmore to a cove south of Keewaydin Camps where State Highway 53 borders the east shore of Lake Dunmore; thence with State Highway 53 to the intersection with the East Middlebury Road; thence with the East Middlebury Road to the intersection with the Ripton Road; thence with the Ripton Road to intersection with the old Pratt Hill Road; thence with the old Pratt Hill Road to the intersection with the East Middle- bury Road; thence with the East Middlebury Road to the inter- section with Middlebury River; thence up Middlebury River to the East Middlebury-Hancock Road; thence westerly with the East Middlebury-Hancock Road to the intersection with School Street in East Middlebury Village; thence northerly with School Street and School Street extended to Fay's Coner; thence west- erly with an east and west road from Fay's Corner to the inter- section with State Highway 116; thence with State Highway 116 to the intersection with the Little Notch Road; thence with the Little Notch Road to the intersection with a north and south road, also known as the Little Notch Road, and which is the most easterly road at the foot of the mountains; thence with this most easterly road to the intersection with River Street in Bristol Village; thence with River Street to River Street Bridge over the New Haven River; thence with the New Haven River to the Gove Hill Road Bridge in West Lincoln; thence with the Gove Hill Road to the intersection with the West Hill Road; thence with the West Hill Road to the intersection with the Ripton-Lincoln Road; thence with the Ripton-Lincoln Road to the intersection with the most southerly road to South Lincoln; thence with the most southerly South Lincoln Road to the intersection with the Lincoln-South Lincoln Road; thence with the Lincoln-South Lincoln Road to the intersection with a north and south cross road from South Lincoln Village to Lincoln-Warren Road; thence with said cross road tA its intersection with the Lincoln-Warren Road; thence with the Lincoln-Warren Road to its intersection with the Old Downingville Road; thence with the old Downing- ville Road to its intersection at Downingville with the Jerusalem Road; thence with the Jerusalem Road to its intersection with the north line of the Town of Lincoln; thence easterly with the north line of the Town of Lincoln and the north line of the Town of Warren to the intersection with the German Flats Road; thence with German Flats Road and the Grand Hollow Road to