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Session Laws, 1898 Session
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Article six, and sections 116 A, 116B and 116 C of Article
twenty-one, be and the same is hereby repealed.


SEC. 2. And be it enacted, That this Act shall take effect
from the date of its passage.
Approved April 9, 1898.

AN ACT to repeal and re-enact with amendments section one
hundred and thirty three of Article one of the Code of
Public Local Laws, title "Allegany County," sub-title " Frost-
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Mary-


land, That section one hundred and thirty-three of Article one
of the Code of Public Local Laws, title "Allegany County,"
sub-title " Frostburg," be and the same is hereby repealed and
re-enacted with amendments, so as to read as follows:
133. The limits of the said town are as follows : Beginning

Limits of

at a stone planted on the southwest side of the National road,
near the lines of the lands of the Consolidation Coal Company,
(eaid stone bearing south forty five and a quarter degree, east
three hundred rind ninety-four feet, south seventy-six degrees,
west nineteen feet and ten inches, south fifty-eight degrees and
forty-five minutes, east five hundred and eighty-eight feet from
the southeast corner of the German Lutheran Church mentioned
in the Acts of 1870, chapter 77,) and then with the cemetery
road south eight degrees and forty minutes west five hundred
and eighty-seven feet; south twenty-five degrees and ten min-
utes east six hundred and ninety seven feet to within seven or
eight feet of the cemetery fence ; thence parallel with said
fence south fifty-nine degrees west eleven hundred and six
feet ; north sixty degrees west four hundred and eighty five
feet ; south thirty-four degrees and ten minutes west with the
railroad fourteen hundred and seventeen feet to a point about
two feet on the west side of said railroad ; north fifty-five
degrees west one thousand and six feet to a point in Wright's
pasture, near the road on Welsh's Hill ; north twenty-eight
degrees west forty-six hundred and fourteen feet to a point
midway between two chestnut-oak trees standing about ten
feet apart, one marked with nine and the other with six
notches ; north twenty-six degrees and thirty minutes east
twenty-two hundred and ninety six feet to a white-oak sapling
marked with twelve notches and standing north of the road ;
south sixty-three degrees east two hundred and ninety-seven

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