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of Chazy, to the southwest corner of Champlain; then northerly along the west bounds of Champlain, to the north bounds of the county; and then westerly and southerly along the bounds of the county to the place of beginning.

See Laws of 1830, ch. 246. 5. The town of Peru shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly, by a line beginning in the east bounds of the county, at a point east from the southeast corner of a tract of land granted to John Friswell, and running thence west along the south bounds of said tract, to the southwest corner thereof; then north to Plattsburgh patent ; then west along the south bounds of said patent, and the same continued to the west bounds of the county; and Easterly, Westerly, and Southerly, by the bounds of the county.

6. The town of Plattsburgh shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Southerly, by Peru: Westerly, by Saranac: Northerly, by Beekmantown: and Easterly, by the east bounds of the county.

7. The town of Saranac shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly, by Beekmantown: Easterly, by a line run parallel to the west bounds of Platt's six thousand six hundred acre tract, two miles west from the same: Southerly, by Peru: and Westerly, by the bounds of the county.

See Laws of 1830, ch. 246; 1839, ch. 113, 372; 1845, ch, 302; 1848, ch.

175; 1855, ch. 586; 1858, ch. 379.

Plattsburgh.

Saranac.

Franklin.

Bangor.

Brandon.

Chateaugay.

S 26. The county of Franklin shall be divided into the towns of Bangor, Brandon, Chateaugay, Constable, Dickinson, Duane, Fort Covington, Malone, and Moira, the extent and limits of which said several towns shall be as follows:

1. The town of Bangor shall contain all that part of said county, known as township number five, in great tract number one, of Macomb's purchase.

2. The town of Brandon shall contain all that part of said county, known as townships number eight, eleven, fourteen, seventeen, twenty, twenty-three, and twenty-six, in great tract number one, of Macomb's purchase.

3. The town of Chateaugay shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly, Easterly and Southerly, by the bounds of the county: and Westerly, by Duane, Malone and Constable.

See Laws of 1844, ch. 200. 4. The town of Constable shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly, by the north bounds of the county: Easterly, by the west line of number seven, of the old Military townships : Southerly, by the south bounds of townships number two and three in great tract number one, in Macomb's purchase: and Westerly, by Fort Covington.

See Laws of 1839, ch. 274.

Constable.

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5. The town of Dickinson shall contain all that part of said Dickinson. county, comprising the townships number seven, ten, thirteen, sixteen, nineteen, twenty-two, and twenty-five, in great tract number one, of Macomb's purchase.

6. The town of Duane shall contain all that part of said Duane. county, known as townships number twelve, fifteen, eighteen, twenty-one, twenty-four, and twenty-seven, in great tract number one, of Macomb's purchase.

See Laws of 1841, ch. 60. 7. The town of Fort Covington shall contain all that part Fort Cov

ington. of said county, bounded Northerly and Westerly, by the bounds of the county: Easterly, by a line beginning in the north bounds of the county, at the northwest corner of lot number three, in township number two of great tract number one, in Macomb's purchase, and running thence southerly, on the west line of said lot number three, and of lots number seven, eleven, and sixteen, and the same continued to the south bounds of the said township: and Southerly, by the south bounds of townships number one and two, in said purchase to the bounds of the county.

8. The town of Malone shall contain all that part of said Malone. county, known as townships number six and nine, in great tract number one, of Macomb's purchase.

9. The town of Moira shall contain all that part of said Moira. county, known as township number four, in great tract number one, of Macomb's purchase.

See Laws of 1829, ch. 274; 1833, ch. 79, 89; 1836, ch. 386; 1838, ch. 95;

1841, ch. 60; 1844, ch. 200; 1859, ch. 93.

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$ 27. The county of St. Lawrence shall be divided into St. Law the towns of Brasher, Canton, De Kalb, De Puyster, Edwards, Fowler, Gouverneur, Hammond, Hopkinton, Lawrence, Lisbon, Louisville, Madrid, Massena, Morristown, Norfolk, Oswegatchie, Parishville, Pierrepont, Potsdam, Rossie, and Stockholm, the extent and limits of which said several towns shall be as follows:

1. The town of Brasher shall contain all that part of said Brasher. county, bounded Northerly, by Massena and the bounds of the county: Easterly, by the bounds of the county: Southerly, by Lawrence: and Westerly, by the easterly bounds of the towns of Norfolk and Stockholm.

2. The town of Canton shall contain all that part of said Canton. county, which is known and distinguished on the map of this state, made by the surveyor-general, as the township of Canton.

3. The town of De Kalb shall contain all that part of said De Kalb county, bounded Northerly, by the towns of Oswegatchie and De Puyster: Easterly, by Canton and Russell: Westerly, by Gouverneur: and Southerly, by the southerly bounds of the township of De Kalb.

TITLE 4. De Puyster.

Edwards.

Fowler.

Gouver neur.

4. The town of De Puyster shall contain all that part of said county, bounded as follows: beginning in the middle of Beaver creek, where it is intersected by the easterly bounds of Gouverneur; and running thence northerly along the easterly bounds of Gouverneur and Morristown, to the middle of Black lake; then down the same to its junction with the middle of the Oswegatchie river; then up along the middle of said river until a course south forty-four degrees east, will strike a post on the southeast bank of said river at the northeasterly corner of the lot now or late of Nehemiah Jones; then southerly along the east bounds thereof, to the southeast corner of said lot; then in a direct line to the north corner of the lot now or late of William Plimpton; then southerly along the easterly bounds of said lot and the same continued to the middle of Beaver creek; and then up along the same to the place of beginning.

5. The town of Edwards shall contain all that part of said county, known as townships number four and eight, in great tract number three, of Macomb's purchase.

See Laws of 1830, ch. 248. 6. The town of Fowler shall contain all that part of said county, known as townships number seven and eleven, in great tract number three of Macomb's purchase.

See Laws of 1836, ch. 78. 7. The town of Gouverneur shall contain all that part of said county, which on the said map is distinguished by the name of Cambray.

See Laws of 1841, ch. 90. 8. The town of Hammond shall contain all that part of said county, bounded as follows: beginning at a point where the south line of the Low tract strikes the river St. Lawrence, and running then southeasterly on the said line to the centre of Chippeway creek; then up said creek to the south line of the Ogden tract; then on the said south line to the town of Gouverneur; then westerly along the same to the corner thereof; then westerly to the bounds of the county at the south end of Grass lake; then along the same northwesterly and northeasterly to a point opposite the place of beginning; then to the place of beginning.

See Laws of 1837, ch. 312. 9. The town of Hopkinton shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly, by Lawrence and Stockholm: Easterly and Southerly, by the bounds of the county: and Westerly, by Parishville.

10. The town of Lawrence shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Northerly, by the north bounds of township number sixteen, in great tract number two, of Macomb's purchase: Easterly, by the bounds of the county: Southerly, by the east branch of the St. Regis river: and Westerly, by the west bounds of the above township and the St. Regis river.

Hammond.

Hopkinton.

Lawrence.

TITLE 4. Lisbon.

11. The town of Lisbon shall contain all that part of said TITLE county, distinguished on said map as the township of Lisbon, and the same continued northerly to the bounds of the county.

12. The town of Louisville shall contain all that part of Louisville. said county, bounded Northerly, by the bounds of the county: Easterly, by Massena: Southerly, by Norfolk: and Westerly, by Madrid.

See Laws of 1844, ch. 114. 13. The town of Madrid shall contain all that part of said Madrid county which on the aforesaid map of this state is distinguished by the name of Madrid, and the same continued northerly to the bounds of the county.

See Laws of 1860, ch. 527. 14. The town of Massena shall contain all that part of said Massena. county, bounded Westerly, by the east bounds of the township of Louisville, and the same continued northerly to the bounds of the county: Northerly and Easterly, by the bounds of the county: and Southerly, by a line beginning in the east bounds of the county, at a point equi-distant from the River Racket and the St. Regis river; and running thence westerly in a direct line to the southeast corner of tract N; and then along the south bounds of tract N, and of tract M, to the easterly bounds of the said township of Louisville.

15. The town of Morristown shall contain all that part of Morrissaid county, which on said map of this state is distinguished as the township of Hague, and which is not contained in the bounds of the town of Hammond with the north bounds of said township of Hague, extended northerly to the bounds of the county.

See Laws of 1837, ch. 312. 16. The town of Norfolk shall contain all that part of said Norfolk, county, bounded as follows: beginning at the southwest corner of the township of Louisville, and running thence north twenty-eight degrees and thirty minutes west, six miles, to the corner of mile square lot number thirty-six; then north, sixty-one degrees thirty minutes east, eight miles; then north twenty-eight degrees thirty minutes west, to Grass river; then down said river to the east line of the township of Louisville; then south twenty-eight degrees thirty minutes east, to the southeast corner of said township; and then south sixty-one degrees thirty minutes west, ten miles on the north line of the town of Stockholm, to the place of beginning.

See Laws of 1844, ch. 114; 1841, ch. 90; 1834, ch. 111. 17. The town of Oswegatchie shall contain all that part of Oswegatchsaid county, bounded as follows: beginning in the middle of Black lake, in the easterly bounds of Morristown, and running thence northerly along the easterly bounds of Morristown, and the same continued to the bounds of the county; then along the same easterly to the town of Lisbon; then

town,

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Parishville.

Pierrepont.

Potsdam

southerly along the westerly bounds of Lisbon and Canton, to the southeast corner of the township of Oswegatchie; then westerly along the southerly bounds thereof, to De Peyster; and then northerly and westerly along the bounds of De Peyster, to the place of beginning.

18. The town of Parishville shall contain all that part of said county, known as townships number one, four seven, ten, eleven, thirteen, and the west third of number fourteen, in great tract number two, of Macomb's purchase.

See Laws of 1843, ch. 100. 19. The town of Pierrepont shall contain all that part of said county, known as townships number fifteen, thirteen, ten, and six, in great tract number three, of Macomb's purchase, and so much of lot number three, as lies east of the west line of lot number six, continued north to the south bounds of Canton.

20. The town of Potsdam shall contain all that part of said county, which on said map of this state is distinguished by the name of the township of Potsdam.

21. The town of Rossie shall contain all that part of said county, distinguished on said map as the township of Somerville, and all that part distinguished on said map as the township of Hammond, not contained in the bounds of the town of Hammond.

See Laws of 1844, ch. 16. 22. The town of Russell shall contain all that part of said county, distinguished on said map as the townships of Bloomfield, Scriba, Sarahburgh, Ballyburn, and that part of De Witt not included in the town of Pierrepont.

See Laws of 1844, ch. 73. 23. The town of Stockholm shall contain all that part of said county, which on the aforesaid map of this state is distinguished by the name of the township of Stockholm.

See Laws of 1834, ch. 11l; see Laws of 1830, ch. 248; 1834, ch. 19,

111; 1836, ch. 78; 1837, ch. 312; 1841, ch. 90; 1842, ch. 209; 1843, ch. 100; 1844, ch. 16, 73, 114; 1860, ch. 527.

Rossie.

Russell

Stockholm.

Herkimer.

Columbia.

$ 28. The county of Herkimer shall be divided into the towns of Columbia, Danube, Fairfield, Frankfort, GermanFlatts, Herkimer, Litchfield, Manheim, Newport, Norway, Russia, Salisbury, Schuyler, Starks, Warren, West-Brunswick, and Winfield, the extent and limits of which said several towns shall be as follows:

1. The town of Columbia shall contain all that part of said county, bounded Easterly by a line beginning at a maple tree, which stands a small distance easterly from the dwellinghouse heretofore or late of Abraham Lightfall, at the southwesterly corner of Young's patent, and running thence north twenty-eight degrees east, until it strikes the south line of the town of German-Flatts, at the distance of one hundred chains easterly of the northwesterly corner of Henderson's

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