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Ward, St. Andrew's Ward, and St. Davida Ward, and to comprise the

following portions of the Town respectively, that is to say: St. George'sWard The said Saint George's Ward to comprise all that part of the said

Town which lies within the following limits: commencing at the centre of the market place; thence, northward, along the centre of North Street and prolongation thereof, to the northern boundary of the Town; thence, south-westerly, along the said northern boundary, to the southern limit of Ship Street; thence, northerly, along the water's edge of Lake Huron, to the centre of the said street; thence, south-easterly, along the centre thereof, to the centre of Cobourg Street; thence, north-easterly, along the same to the centre of West Street; thence, eastward along the centre of West Street and prolongation thereof, to the centre of the

Market Place and place of beginning. St. Patrick'sWard The said Saint Patrick's Ward to comprise all tbat part of the town

which lies within the following limits : commencing at the centre of the Market Place ; thence, northward, along the centre of North Street and the prolongation thereof to tbe northern boundary of the Town ; thence, easterly, and south-easterly, along the northerly and north-easterly boundaries of the Town, to the south-easterly limit of Britannia Road, produced north-easterly ; thence, south-westerly, along the said limit produced to the centre of Maitland Road; thence, north-westerly, along the centre of Maitland Road, to the centre of East Street; thence, westward, along the centre of East Street, to the centre of the Market Place and place of beginning.

The said Saint Andrew's Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town which lies within the following limits: commencing at the centre of the Market Place : thence, southward, along the centre of South Street, and prolongation thereof, to the southerly side of Britannia Road; thence, westward, along the southerly side of Britannia Road to the limit between Accommodation Lots numbers six and seven; thence, southward, along the southerly limit, to the southern boundary of the Town; thence, westerly and northerly, along the southerly and westerly boundaries of the town, to the southern boundary of St. George's

Ward, to the place of beginning.
St. David's Ward The said Saint David's Ward to comprise all that part of the said

Town which lies south of St. Patrick's Ward, and east of St. Andrew's
Ward.

St. Andrew'g Ward.

London,

9. London,-To consist of all that part of this Province situate within the County of Middlesex, and lying within the following limits, that is to say:

All the lands comprised within the old and new surveys of the said

Limite.

Town, together with the lands adjoining thereto, lying between the said surveys and the River Thames, producing the northern bonndary line of the new survey, until it intersects the north branch of the River Thames, and producing the eastern boundary line of the same new survey, until it intersects the east branch of the River Thames.

The said Town to be divided into Four Wards, to be called respectively Saint George's Ward, Saint Patrick's Ward, Saint Andrew's Ward, and Saint David's Ward, and to comprise the following portions of the said Town respectively, that is to say:

The said Saint George's Ward to comprise all that part of the said St. George'sWard Town which lies north of the Northern Line and continuation of Hitchcock and Duke Streets.

The said Saint Patrick's Ward to comprise all that part of the said su Patria Town which lies between King Street and Saint George's Ward aforesaid.

The said Saint Andrew's Ward to comprise all that part of the said St. Andrew's Town which lies between Horton Street and Saint Patrick's Ward Ward. aforesaid; and

The said Saint David's Ward to comprise all that part of the said s. David Word Town which lies south of Horton Street.

.Patrick's Ward

Liinits.

10. Niagara,—To consist of all that part of this Province situate Niagara. within the County of Lincoln, and lying within the following limits, that is to say: Commencing at Missisagua Point; thence, westerly, along Lake,

© Limits. Ontario to Crookston; thence, along the rear or Town line of Niagara to the Black Swamp road; thence, along the eastern limit of the lands of the late Thomas Butler, Esquire, deceased, and the lands of Garret Slingerland, to the north-west angle of the lands of John Eccleston; thence, easterly, to where the lands formerly owned by the Honourable William Dickson and the late Martin McLennon, deceased, come in contact; thence, easterly, along the northern boundary of the lands of the said Martin McLennon, deceased, to the River Niagara; thence, northerly, down the said Niagara River to the place of beginning.

The said Town to be divided into five Wards, to be called respectively, Saint Lawrence Ward, Saint George's Ward, Saint Patrick's Ward, Saint David's Ward and Saint Andrew's Ward, and to comprise the . following portions of the said Town respectively, that is to say:

The said Saint Lawrence Ward to comprise all that part of the said st. Lawrence Town which lies south of the centre of the Street called King Street, which runs directly from the River Niagara, and commencing at the

Ward.

house now occupied by Mr. Walter Elliot, or the Lower Ferry, and ter

minating at the western limit of the Town. St.George's Ward The said Saint George's Ward to comprise all that part of the said

Town which lies north of the centre of the Street forming the northern boundary of Saint Lawrence Ward, and south of the centre of the next

parallel Street. St.David's Ward. The said Saint David's Ward to comprise all that part of the said

Town which lies north of the Street forming the northern boundary of
Saint George's Ward, and south of the centre of the next parallel

Street.
St. Patrick'sWard The said Saint Patrick's Ward to comprise all that part of the said

Town which lies north of the Street forming the northern boundary of
Saint David's Ward, and south of the centre of the next parallel
Street.

And the said Saint Andrew's Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town which lies north of the Street forming the northern boundary of Saint Patrick's Ward.

St. Andrew's Ward.

Perth

Limits

11. Perth,To consist of all that part of this Province situate in the County of Lanark, being composed of lots numbers one, two and three, in the first concession, and lots numbers one and two, in the second concession of the Township of Drummond, and lying within the following limits, that is to say :

Commencing at the south-westerly angle of lot number one in the third concession of the Township of Drummond; thence, north-easterly, along the north-westerly limit of the allowance for road between the second and third concessions of the said Township, to a point opposite the limit between lots numbers two and three in the second concession of the said Township; thence, across the said allowance for road, to the said last mentioned limit, and along the same, to the north-westerly limit of the allowance for road between the first and second concessions of the said Township; thence, north-easterly, along the said last mentioned limit, to a point opposite the boundary line between lots numbers three and four in the first concession of the Township of Drummond; thence, across the said last mentioned allowance for road, to the said last mentioned boundary line, and along the same south-easterly to the south-easterly side of the allowance for road between the Townships of Drummond and North Elmsley; thence, south-westerly, along the said last mentioned limit, to the south-westerly side of the allowance for road between the Townships of Bathurst and Drummond; thence, along the said last mentioned limit, to the north-westerly limit of the allowance for road between the said second and third concessions of the

East Ward.

Centre Ward.

West Ward.

said Township of Drummond; thence, across the said allowance for road between the said Townships of Bathurst and Drummond, to the place of beginning.

[Proclamation, issued 9th September, 1853, transferring to Schedule B, and dividing into Wards ; to be called respectively, “ East Ward,” “ Centre Ward,” and “ West Ward.”]

The said “ East Ward” to comprise all that portion of the said Town, which lies East of D'Wattville Street, and the South branch of the River Tay.

The said “ Centre Ward" to comprise all that portion of the said Town, which lies West of D’Wattville Street, and the South branch of the River Tay to Foster Street and Peter Street.

And the said “West Ward” to comprise all that part of the said Town, which lies West of Foster Street and Peter Street.

12. Peterborough,To consist of all that part of this Province situate Peterborough. within the County of Peterborough, and lying within the following limits, that is to say:

Comprising all the lands in the Government Surveys of the present Limits. Town of Peterborough, and lying north of Townsend Street, and east of Park Street to the centre of the River Otonabee, as the eastern limit of the said Town, and to the centre of the allowance for road forming the boundary line between the Townships of Monahan and Smith, as the northern boundary of the said Town

And divided into four Wards, to be called East Ward, North Ward, Centre Ward, and South Ward, and to comprise the following portion of the said Town respectively, that is to say:

The said East Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town which East Ward. lies east of George Street.

The said North Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town which North Ward. lies west of George Street and North of Brock Street.

The said Centre Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town Centre Ward. which lies west of George Street, south of Brock Street and north of Simcoe Street

And the said South Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town South Ward. which lies west of George Street, and south of Simcoe Street, including the Government Reserve south of the said Town.

13. Picton,—To consist of all that part of this Province situate within Picton, the County of Prince Edward, and lying within the following limits; that is to say:

Commencing on the south side line of lot letter A, at a distance of Limits.

fifty chains from the front of the lot; thence, across the said lot, and across lot number one, north sixty-four degrees forty-five minutes east, to a post planted on the limit between lots numbers one and two in the first Concession, north of the Carrying-Place; thence, at a right angle across lots nuunbers two, three and four in the said Concessions; thence, along the north-east side of Lot number four, to the Lay; thence; directly across the Bay to the line between lots numbers seventeen and eighteen in the first concession east of the Carrying-Place; thence, along the water's edge, to the limit between lots numbers nineteen and twenty in the said Concession; thence, along the limit between the said lots in a south-easterly direction, twelve chains; thence, at right angles across the easterly half of lot number twenty; thence, in a southeasterly direction along the centre of the said lot number twenty, nine chains, more or less, to the east side of John-street; thence, along the east side of John street, thirty chaivs; thence, north eighty degrees twenty minutes west, fourteen chains, forty links, more or less, to the east side of Church-street; thence, south twelve degrees forty-five minutes east, one chain, sixty-five links; thence, south, forty-nine degrees fifteen minutes west, fifteen chains, fifty links; thence, south, thirty-two degrees west, to north-eastern limit of lot number one in the Concession south-east of the Carrying-Place; thence, north, eighty degrees twenty minutes west, along the north-east side line of the said lot number one to the front of the lot; thence, north, eighty-seven degrees forty-five minutes west, sixty chains, more or less, to a post on the limit between lots numbers twenty-one and twenty-two in the third Concession, military tract; thence, along the westerly side line of the said lot number twentytwo, twenty-four chains, seventy-four links, more or less, to lot letter A, aforesaid ; thence in a direct line, to the place of beginning,—including the Harbour in the above mentioned boundaries.

Hallowell Ward

The said Town to be divided into three Wards, to be called, respectively, Hallowell Ward, Brock Ward and Tecumseth Ward, and to comprise the following portions of the said Town, respectively, that is

to say: all Ward. The said Hallowell Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town

which lies west of Bowery Street. Brock Ward. The said Brock Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town

which lies east of the said Bowery Street and north of the Bay. Tecumseth Ward And the said Tecumseth Ward to comprise all that part of the said

Town which lies on the south side of the Bay.

Port Hope,

14.-Port Hope, To consist of all that part of this Province situate

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