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5. The town of Angelica shall contain all that part of said

Angelica. county, bounded Northerly, by Allen: Easterly, by Almond and Alfred : Southerly, by Scio: and Westerly, by the east transit line.

See Laws of 1830, ch. 47; 1835, ch. 91. 6. The town of Belfast shall contain all that part of said Belfast. county, bounded Easterly, by the east transit line: Southerly, by Friendship: Westerly and Northerly, by a line beginning at the southwest corner of lot number nine, of township number four, in the second range of townships in the Holland Land Company's purchase, and running thence north along the line of lots, to the northwest corner of lot number fifteen in the same township; and then east along the line of lots, to the northeast corner of lot number thirty, in township number four, in the first range of said townships.

See Laws of 1831, ch. 47. 7. The town of Bolivar shall contain all that part of said Bolivar. county, comprising township number one, and the south half of township number two, in the first range of townships in the Holland Land Company's purchase.

See Laws of 1838, ch. 200. 8. The town of Burns shall contain all that part of said Burns county, comprehending township number five, in the seventh range of townships of Phelps and Gorham's purchase.

9. The town of Caneadea shall contain all that part of said Caneadı a. county, bounded East, by the east transit line: South, by Belfast: West, by Haight and Rushford: and North, by the town of Hume.

See Laws of 1831, ch. 47. 10. The town of Centerville shall contain all that part of Centerville. said county, comprehending township number six, in the second range of the Holland Land Company's purchase.

11. The town of Cuba shall contain all that part of said Caba. county, comprising townships number one, two and three, in the second range of the Holland Land Company's purchase.

See Laws of 1830, ch. 188; 1835, ch. 303. 12. The town of Eagle shall contain all that part of said Eagle. county, comprising township number seven, in the second range of the Holland Land Company's purchase.

13. The town of Friendship shall contain all that part of Friendship. said county, comprising township number three, and the north half of township number two, in the first range of the Holland Land Company's purchase.

See Laws of 1838, ch. 200. 14. The town of Grove shall contain all that part of said Grove. county, bounded on the North, by Portage and Nunda: East, by Ossian and Burns: South, by Allen: and West, by the east transit line, and the Genesee river.

See Laws of 1838, ch. 246; 1839, ch. 54.

TITLE Haight.

Hume.

Independ ence.

Nunda.

15. The town of Haight shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly, by Rushford: Easterly, by Belfast and Caneadea: Southerly, by Cuba: and Westerly, by the west bounds of the county.

See Laws of 1837, ch. 156. 16. The town of Hume shall contain all that part of said county, comprising township number six, in the first range of the Holland Land Company's purchase, and all that part of the Caneadea reservation and of township number five lying north of the south line of township number six continued east to the transit line.

See Laws of 1846, ch. 51. 17. The town of Independence shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly, by Andover: Easterly and Southerly, by the bounds of the county: and Westerly, by Scio.

See Laws of 1852, ch. 414. 18. The town of Nunda shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly, by the north bounds of the county: East, by the east bounds of the county, and the west bounds of Ossian: Southerly, by the north bounds of lots number thirty-one, thirty-two, thirty-three, thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty-six, on the Norton tract: and Westerly, by the east line of the Cottinger tract.

Annexed to Livingston Co., by Laws of 1846, ch. 197. 19. The town of Ossian shall contain all that part of said county, comprising township number six, in the seventh range of townships, in Phelps and Gorham's purchase.

Annexed to Livingston Co., by Laws of 1857, ch. 166. 20. The town of Pike shall contain all that part of said county, comprising township number seven, in the first range of townships in the Holland Land Company's purchase.

21. The town of Portage shall contain all that part of said county, bounded West, by the east transit line: North, by the bounds of the county: East, by the east transit line of the Cottinger tract: and South, by the north bounds of lots number two hundred thirty-six, two hundred thirty-seven, two hundred thirty-eight, two hundred thirty-nine, two hundred forty, and two hundred forty-one, and also so much of said tract as lies west of the Genesee river.

Annexed to Livingston Co., by Laws of 1846, ch. 197. 22. The town of Rushford shall contain all that part of said county, comprising township number five, in the second range of townships in the Holland Land Company's purchase.

23. The town of Scio shall contain all that part of said county, comprising townships number one and two, and the south half of township number three, in the second range of Morris' reserve, and the west half of townships number one

Ossian.

Pike.

Portage.

Rushford.

Scio.

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and two, and the southwest quarter of township number
three, in the first range of said reserve.

See Laws of 1830, ch. 47; 1852, ch. 414; 1856, ch. 208.
See Laws of 1829, ch. 361; 1830, ch. 47, 188; 1831, ch. 47; 1835, ch. 91,

303; 1837, ch. 156; 1838, ch. 200, 246; 1839, ch. 54; 1846, ch. 51,
197; 1852, ch. 414; 1855, ch. 582; 1856, ch. 208; 1857, ch. 166, 807.

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$ 54. The county of Cattaraugus shall be divided into Cattaranthe towns of Ashford, Connewango, Ellicottville, Farmersville, Franklinville, Freedom, Great-Valley, Hinsdale, Little-Valley, Machias, Napoli, Olean, Otto, Perrysburgh, Randolph, and Yorkshire, the extent and limits of which said several towns shall be as follows:

1. The town of Ashford shall contain all that part of said Ashford. county, bounded Northerly, by the north bounds of the county: Easterly, by Machias and Yorkshire: Southerly, by Ellicottville: and Westerly, by Otto.

See Laws of 1835, ch. 87. 2. The town of Connewango shall contain all that part of Conne said county, comprising townships number three and four in the ninth range of the Holland Land Company's purchase.

See Laws of 1832, ch. 236. 3. The town of Ellicottville shall contain all that part of Fillicottsaid county, comprising township number four in the sixth range of townships of the Holland Land Company's purchase, together with three tiers of lots off from the south end of township number five, in the same range.

4. The town of Farmersville shall contain all that part of Farmerssaid county, comprising townships number five in the third and fourth ranges of the Holland Land Company's purchase.

5. The town of Franklinville shall contain all that part of Franklinsaid county, comprising townships number four in the third, fourth and fifth ranges in the Holland Land Company's purchase.

See Laws of 1829, ch. 10. 6. The town of Freedom shall contain all that part of said Freedom. county, comprising townships number six in the third and fourth ranges in the Holland Land Company's purchase.

See Laws of 1844, ch. 74, 7. The town of Great-Valley shall contain all that part of Great said county, comprising townships number one, two and three in the fifth and sixth ranges in the Holland Land Company's purchase.

See Laws of 1831, ch. 166; 1842, ch. 68; 1847, ch. 182; 1852, ch. 129. 8. The town of Hinsdale shall contain all that part of said Hinsdale. county, bounded Northerly by Franklinville: Easterly, by the east bounds of the county: Southerly, by an east and west line running through the centre of the second townships in the second and third ranges of townships in the Holland Land Company's purchase: and Westerly, by Great-Valley.

See Laws of 1846, ch. 12; 1855, ch. 88.

Valley.

TITLE 4. Little Valley.

Machias,

Napoli.

Olean.

Otto.

9. The town of Little-Valley shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly, by an east and west line, running between the fourth and fifth tier of townships in the Holland Land Company's purchase: Easterly, by Ellicottville and Great-Valley: Westerly, by Napoli and Connewango: and Southerly, by the bounds of the county.

See Laws of 1830, ch. 49; 1831, ch. 197; 1839, ch. 50; 1855, ch. 584. 10. The town of Machias shall contain all that part of said county, comprising township number five, and the south tier of lots in township number six in the fifth range of the Holland Land Company's purchase.

See Laws of 1847, ch. 228. 11. The town of Napoli shall contain all that part of said county, comprising townships number one, two and three, in the eighth range of the Holland Land Company's purchase.

See Laws of 1837, ch. 90. 12. The town of Olean shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly, by Hinsdale: Easterly and Southerly, by the bounds of the county: and Westerly, by GreatValley.

See Laws of 1837, ch. 268. 13. The town of Otto shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly, by the north bounds of the county: Easterly, by the east bounds of the seventh range of townships in the Holland Land Company's purchase: Southerly, by the south bounds of townships number five in the seventh and eighth ranges: and Westerly, by the south branch of the Cattaraugus creek.

See Laws of 1835, ch. 87; 1855, ch. 585. 14. The town of Perrysburgh shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly and Westerly, by the bounds of the county: Easterly by Otto: and Southerly, by Connewango and Little-Valley.

See Laws of 1835, ch. 10; 1843, ch. 70. 15. The town of Randolph shall contain all that part of said county, comprising townships number one and two in the ninth range of townships in the Holland Land Company's purchase.

See Laws of 1844, ch. 74. 16. The town of Yorkshire shall contain all that part of said county, bounded North, by the bounds of the county: East, by the same and by Freedom: South, by Machias: and West, by Ashford.

See Laws of 1829, ch. 10; 1830, ch. 49; 1831, ch. 160, 197; 1832, ch.

236; 1835, ch. 10, 87; 1836, ch. 314; 1837, ch. 90, 268; 1839, ch. 50; 1842, ch. 68; 1843, ch. 70; 1844, ch. 74; 1846, ch. 12; 1847, ch. 52, 182, 228; 1848, ch. 15; 1851, ch. 65; 1852, ch. 129; 1855, ch. 88, 584, 585; 1859, ch. 516; 1862, ch. 292.

Perrys. burgh

Randolph.

Yorkshire.

TITLE 4. Chautau.

S 55. The county of Chautauque shall be divided into the towns of Busti, Carrol, Chautauque, Clymer, Ellery, Elli- que. cott, Ellington, Gerry, Hanover, Harmony, Mina, Pomfret, Portland, Ripley, Sheridan, Stockton, and Villenova, the extent and limits of which said several towns shall be as follows:

1. The town of Busti shall contain all that part of said Busti. county, beginning in the south bounds of the county, at the southwest corner of lot number forty-one, in township number one, in the twelfth range of townships, in the Holland Land Company's purchase, and running thence east along the bounds of the county, to the southeast corner of lot number thirty-three, in township number one, in the eleventh range; then north to the southeast corner of lot number forty, in said township; then west along the south line of the last mentioned lot, to its southwest corner; then north to the south bounds of Ellicott; then northwesterly along the same, and Ellery, to a northerly continuation of the east bounds of lot number fortyfour, in township number two, in the twelfth range; then south, to the southeast corner of lot number forty-three, in said township; then west, to the southwest corner of said lot; and then south, to the place of beginning.

See Laws of 1845, ch. 143. 2. The town of Carrol shall contain all that part of said Carrol. county, comprising township number one in the tenth range of townships of the Holland Land Company's purchase, and all that part of township number one, in the eleventh range, not included in the town of Busti, except the north tier of lots in said last mentioned township.

See Laws of 1854, ch. 403. 3. The town of Chautauque shall contain all that part of Chautausaid county, bounded Northerly, by Portland: Easterly, by Stockton and Ellery: Southerly, by Harmony and Mina: and Westerly, by Ripley.

4. The town of Clymer shall contain all that part of said Clymer. county, comprising townships number one, in the fourteenth and fifteenth ranges of the Holland Land Company's purchase.

See Laws of 1829, ch. 223. 5. The town of Ellery shall contain all that part of said Ellery. county, beginning on the shore of Chautauque lake, at the northwest corner of lot number ten, in township number three in the thirteenth range of townships of the Holland Land Company's purchase, and running thence east to the northwest corner of lot number five; then north to the northwest corner of lot number seven; then east to the town of Gerry; then south along the bounds of Gerry and Ellicott, to the middle of Chautauqne lake; then up along the said middle, to a point opposite to the place of beginning; and then to the place of beginning.

See Laws of 1829, ch. 223; 1852, ch. 420.

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