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Session Laws, 1892
Volume 397, Page 183   View pdf image (33K)
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FRANK BROWN, ESQUIRE, GOVERNOR.

183

Aberdeen," and by that name may have perpetuate succes-


sion, sue and be sued, and have and use a common seal.


SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That the limits of said town


shall be as follows : Beginning at a set stone, Market 1, in the


line of the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad

Limits of

on the easterly side thereof, and opposite the northeast corner

town.

of the late John James' farm, and in a line of said land ex-


tended, and running and bounding on said line to the


end thereof, and continuing the same course (magnetically)


with an averaged bearing north fifty-nine and one-half de-


grees west, forty-two hundred feet to a stone (to be set) in


the line of the land purchased by the Aberdeen Laud Com-


pany, thence north forty -five degrees west, eleven hundred


and forty -seven and one-half feet to a stone, to be set, at


the southwest corner of a lot of land belonging to ———— ,


thence parallel with a line drawn north forty -five and three-


quarters degrees west, from a set stone in Bel Air Avenue,


near C. W. Baker's dwelling and at the junction of the road


to Pardise to a point intersecting the line binding the


westerly side of Mrs. Dr. Hay's land, extended or other-


wise, thence binding on said Mrs. Hay's line (magnetically)


north fifteen and one-half degrees east, to intersect the end


of the line drawu north forty -five and three-quarters degrees


west, two thousand and sixty feet Irom the stone in Bel Air


Avenue, thence still north fifteen and one-half degrees,


east four hundred and fifty feet, thence parallel with the


north, forty -five and three -quarters degrees west, two


thousand and sixty feet line south forty-five and three-


quarters degrees east, until it intersects the line drawn


north twenty-seven degrees east from the aforesaid set stone


in Bel Air Avenue, thence binding thereon north twenty-


seven degrees east, to a set stone on the east side of the


public road at the northwest corner of C. W. Baker's farm,


thence binding on the line of said C. W. Baker's land, north


fifty -five degrees east, two thousand four hundred and fifty


feet to a set stone, thence about south fifty-nine and one-


half degrees east, to a point °in the line of the Philadelphia,


Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad on the easterly side


thereof, thence binding on the lines of said railroad in a


southwesterly direction six hundred and seventy-six feet,


to a stone (to be set) thence south lorty -eight and three


quarters degiees east (reverse north forty-nine and one


quarter degrees west), seventeen hundred and lorty-two feet


to a stone to be set, thence at right angles south forty and


three-quarters degrees west, twelve hundred and fifty feet,


thence north forty-nine and one -quarters degrees west


fourteen hundred and eighty -six feet to the aforesaid rail-


road line, thence binding thereon (about) south tweuty-




 
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