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Hastings.

Mexico.

New-
Haven.

Orwell.

at the southwest corner of the town of Oswego, and running thence easterly along the south bounds of Oswego, to, the northwest corner of lot number forty-three, in the township of Hannibal; then south along the line of lots, to the northwest corner of lot number eighty-one; tben east along the bounds thereof, to the northeast corner of said lot eighty-one; and then south along the line of lots, to the south bounds of the county.

6. The town of Hastings shall contain all that part of said county, known and distinguished as the thirteenth township of Scriba's patent, together with the locations and waters south of said township.

7. The town of Mexico shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly, by Richland: Easterly, by Parish: Southerly, by the south bounds of township number twenty, of Scriba's patent: and Westerly, by New Haven.

See Laws of 1836, ch. 264; 1837, ch. 33. 8. The town of New-Haven shall contain all that part of said county, known and distinguished as the nineteenth township of Scriba's patent, with the north bounds of said township extended to the bounds of the county.

Sce Laws of 1836, ch. 264. 9. The town of Orwell shall contain all that part of said county, known as township number eleven of the Boylston purchase.

See Laws of 1844, ch. 77. 10. The town of Oswego shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly and Westerly, by the bounds of the county: Southerly and Easterly, by a line beginning at the northwest corner of lot number thirty-eight, in the township of Hannibal, and running thence east, to the northwest corner of lot number forty-five; then north, to the northwest corner of lot number thirty-seven; then east, to the middle of Oswego river; then down the middle of said river, to its mouth; and then north to the bounds of the county.

11. The town of Parish shall contain all that part of said county, known as township number twenty-three, of Scriba's patent.

12. The town of Redfield shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly and Easterly, by the bounds of the county: Westerly, by Orwell and Boylston; and Southerly, by the north bounds of Scriba's patent.

13. The town of Richland shall contain all that part of said county, beginning at Lake Ontario at the northwest corner of the Selkirk tract; then along the northerly and easterly bounds of the same, to the southwest corner of lot number one hundred and eight, in township number ten of Boylston purchase; then easterly along the line of lots, to the west live of Boylston; then southerly and westerly along the bounds of Orwell and Albion, to the southeast corner of lot number

Obwogo.

Parish,

Redfeld.

Richland.

TITLE

Croek

one hundred and thirty-six in township number twenty-one, in Scriba's patent; then westerly along the line of lots, to the east line of lot number one hundred and thirty; then south, to the bounds of township number twenty; then along the same northerly and westerly, to Salmon creek; then down the said creek to Lake Ontario; then north until an east line will strike the place of beginning; and then east to the place of beginning

See Laws of 1814, ch. 77; 1836, ch. 264. 14. The town of Sandy-Creek shall contain all that part of Sandy, said county, bounded Northerly, by the north bounds of the county: Easterly, by Boylston and Orwell: Southerly, by the north bounds of the towns of Richland and New Haven: and Westerly, by the east bounds of Scriba.

15. The town of Scriba shall contain all that part of said Scriba. county, comprised within township number eighteen in Scriba's patent, and the same continued north to the bounds of the county, together with that part of township number seventeen in said patent, lying north of a line beginning at the Oswego river, and running easterly along the division line between lots number six and seven of said township, and the same line continued until it intersects the line of the fifteenth township.

16. The town of Volney shall contain all that part of said Volney. county, bounded Northerly, by Scriba, New Haven and Mexico: Easterly, by Hastings: Southerly, by the south bounds of the county : and Westerly, by Oswego and Granby.

See Laws of 1832, ch. 81. 17. The town of Williamstown shall contain all that part Williams of said county, known as townships number five and six in Scriba's patent.

Sce Laws of 1830, ch. 91; 1832, ch. 81; 1836, ch. 264, 378; 1837, ch. 33;

1839, ch. 84; 1844, ch. 77.

town,

ham,

$ 32. The county of Lewis shall be divided into the towns Lewis. of Brantingham, Denmark, Lowville, Harrisburgh, Leyden, Martinsburgh, Pinckney, Turin and Watson, the extent and limits of which said several towns shall be as follows:

1. The town of Brantingham shall contain all that part of Brantingsaid county, bounded Northerly, by the north bounds of township number two of Brown's tract and the north bounds of the Brantingham tract, and the same continued to the Black river: Easterly and Southerly, by the bounds of the county; and Westerly, by the Black river.

See Laws of 1832, ch. 22. 2. The town of Denmark shall contain all that part of said Denmark. county, contained within township number five, in the Black river tract, in Macomb's purchase.

3. The town of Harrisburgh shall contain all that part of Harrissaid county, contained within township number ten, in the burgh. Black river tract, in Macomb's purchase.

TITLE 4. Leyden.

Lowvillo

Martins. burgh.

Pinckney.

4. The town of Leyden shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Easterly, by the Black river: Southerly, by the bounds of the county: and Northwesterly, by Turin.

5. The town of Lowville shall contain all that part of said county, distingnished as township number eleven, in the Black river tract, in Macomb's purchase.

6. The town of Martinsburgh shall contain all that part of said county, contained within the townships number four and five, in Boylston purchase, together with all that part of the township of Lucretia, lying north of a line beginning at the bend in Black river, where the line between lots number one hundred and fifty-one and one hundred and fifty-two, in township number three, strikes the westerly banks of said river, and running thence so as to intersect the state road on the line dividing the lands now or late of Edward Johnson and Oliver Bush, and then continuing the same course until it intersects the easterly bounds of the said township number five.

7. The town of Pinckney shall contain all that part of said county contained within township number nine, in the Black river tract, of Macomb's purchase.

8. The town of Turin shall contain all that part of said county, beginning at the most northerly corner of a tract of twenty-five thousand acres of land belonging to Lemuel Storrs and others, at a maple tree standing upon the bank of the said Black river, and running thence south thirty-seven degrees and thirty minutes west, along the northwesterly line of said tract, to the northerly line of Scriba's patent, in the bounds of the county; then along the bounds of the county westerly and northerly, to Pinckney; then along the south bounds of Pinckney and Harrisburgh, to Martinsburgh; then along the bounds of Martinsburgh southerly and easterly, to the Black river; and then along the same to the place of beginning

See Laws of 1830, ch. 93. 9. The town of Watson shall contain all that part of said county bounded Northwesterly, Northerly and Easterly, by the bounds of the county : Southerly, by Brantingham: and Westerly, by Black river.

See Laws of 1830, ch. 93, 212; 1832, ch. 22: 1841, ch. 93; 1844, ch. 27;

1848, ch. 160; 1851, ch. 549.

Turin.

Watson.

Jefferson.

S 33. The county of Jefferson shall be divided into the towns of Adams, Alexandria, Antwerp, Brownville, Champion, Ellisburgh, Henderson, Hounsfield, Le Ray, Lorraine, Lyme, Orleans, Pamelia, Philadelphia, Rodman, Rutland, Watertown, and Wilna, the extent and limits of which said several towns shall be as follows:

1. The town of Adams shall contain all that part of said county, known and distinguished as township number seven,

Adams.

TITLE 4.

in Macomb's purchase, and called Aleppo on the surveyorgeneral's map.

2. The town of Alexandria shall contain all that part of Alexandria. said county, beginning at the northeast corner of Penet's Square, so called, and running thence along the north line thereof west, four miles, to the east line of lot number six; then north to the bounds of the county ; then northeasterly and southeasterly along said bounds to Antwerp; then along the northwesterly bounds of Antwerp, to the most westerly corner thereof; then along the southwesterly bounds of said town, to the easterly corner of lot number one hundred and sixty-three; then southwesterly to the most southerly corner of lot number two hundred and twenty-three, in the bounds of Le Ray; then along the bounds of Le Ray northwesterly, to Penet's Square; and then along the east bounds of Penet's Square, to the place of beginning.

Sce Laws of 1841, ch. 99. 3. The town of Antwerp shall contain all that part of said Antwerp. county bounded as follows, to wit: beginning in the bounds of the county, at the most easterly corner of lot number one hundred and forty-eight, of the subdivision of great lot number four, of Macomb's purchase, and running thence southwesterly on the line between said lot number one hundred and forty-eight, and lot number one hundred and fortynine, and the same course continued to the most easterly corner of lot number one hundred and thirty-four; then easterly on the line between lot number one hundred and sixty-two and one hundred and sixty-three, and the same course continued to the bounds of the county ; and then northerly and westerly along the same to the place of beginning

4. The town of Brown ville shall contain all that part of Brownsaid county, beginning at the north bank of Black river, six chains fifteen links, south thirteen degrees west, from the corner formed by the intersection of the lines of the twentythird and twenty-fourth north range, and thirty-first and thirty-second west range, and running thence north to the south bounds of Orleans, eleven chains west of the southwest corner of lot number ninety-four, of Penet's Square; then west along the bounds of Orleans to Lyme; then along the bounds of Lyme to a point west of the mouth of Black river; then east to the mouth of said river; then up the middle thereof to a point opposite the place of beginning; and then north to the place of beginning.

5. The town of Champion shall contain all that part of said Champlon. county, known and distinguished as township number four in Macomb's purchase, and called Howard on the said map.

6. The town of Ellisburgh shall contain all that part of said Ellisburgh. county, contained within the township in Macomb's purchase, distinguished on the said map by the name of Minos, together

ville,

TITLE 4.

Henderson.

Hounsfield

Le Ray.

with the waters and islands west thereof, to the bounds of the county.

7. The town of Henderson shall contain all that part of said county, contained within township number six, in Macomb's purchase, and called Henderson on the said map, and the same extended west to the bounds of the county.

8. The town of Hounsfield shall contain all that part of said county, beginning in the middle of Black river, opposite to the northeast corner of the township called Hesiod on the said map, and running thence along the east bounds of said township, to the southeast corner thereof; then westerly along the south bounds thereof, and the same continued to Lyme; and then northerly and easterly along the bounds of Lyme and Brownville, to the place of beginning.

9. The town of Le Ray shall contain all that part of said county, beginning in the middle of the Black river, at a point opposite the most southerly corner of lot number six hundred and ninety-eight, of great lot number four, of Macomb's purchase, and running thence north to said corner; then north thirty-six degrees east, along the easterly bounds of lot number six hundred and ninety-eight, and the same course continued to the most easterly corner of lot number seven hundred and one; then north fifty-four degrees west, along the northerly bounds of lot number seven hundred and one, and the same course continued along the line of lots, to the most northerly corner of lot number two hundred and twenty-nine; then the same course continued through number two hundred and twenty-six, and two hundred and twenty-seven, north fiftyfour degrees west, one hundred and four chains forty-seven links, to the east bounds of Penet's Square, at a point fiftyseven chains fifty links south from the northeast corner of lot number fifty of said Square; then south on the east bounds of Penet's Square, and the same course continued to the middle of the Black river; then up along the middle of said river to the place of beginning.

See Laws of 1844, ch. 107. 10. The town of Lorraine shall contain all that part of said county, known and distinguished as townships number one and two, in Macomb's purchase, and called Atticus and Fenelon on the said map.

See Laws of 1848, ch. 361. 11. The town of Lyme shall contain all that part of said county, beginning in the bounds of the county,'at the northwest corner of Orleans, and running thence southerly along the west bounds of Orleans, to the southwest corner thereof; then to the easternmost corner of lot number four hundred and fifty-five, in great lot number four of Macomb's purchase; then along the southeasterly outline of said lot number four hundred and fifty-five, to the northeasterly outline of lot number three hundred and thirty-nine; then along the same

Lorraine.

Lyme.

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