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another by the said Robert J. Hamilton, and a third to be named by

them, the said arbitrators, before entering into the said reference, and Further Proviso.

their award or the award of any two of them shall be final: Provided also, that nothing in this Act contained, shall be construed as an admission of any claim or right in the said Robert J. Hamilton in the said tract of land.]

2. Kingston.—The City and Liberties thereof to consist of all that part of this Province situate within the County of Frontenac and lying , within the following limits, that is to say:

Commencing at the water's edge on Lake Ontario, in the direction of the line between lots numbers twenty and twenty-one in the first concession of the Township of Kingston; thence, in a direct line to the second concession of the said Township of Kingston and across the road, between the first and second concessions to the south-easterly angle of lot number twenty-four in the said second concession; thence, north, on the side line of the said lot number twenty-four to a point in line with the limit between lots numbers four and five on the west side of the great river Cataraqui produced from the said river; thence, along the said limit to the water's edge at low water mark; thence, along the said edge of the great river Cataraqui and along the water's edge at low mark of Lake Ontario with the windings and turnings to the place of beginning : together with all the water lying between the front of the City and the opposite shore of the Township of Pittsburg, as far as Point Frederick, and beyond Point Frederick all the water lying in front of the said City and Liberties which may be distant five hundred yards from the Main shores of Wolfe Island, Garden Island and Simcoe Island.

The said City to consist of all that part of the tract of land above described lying within the following limits, that is to say:

Commencing at a point on a line produced five hundred feet from the shore in the direction of the line between lots numbers twenty-three and twenty-four, in the first concession of the Township of Kingston; thence, north, along the said line, to the front of the second concession of the said Township; thence, on the northerly side of the concession road, to the south-easterly angle of lot number twenty-four in the said second concession; thence, north, on the westerly side of the road, to a point directly opposite the boundary line dividing lots numbers one and two, on the west side of the great river Cataraqui; thence, along the said division line, to the water's edge of the said great river Cataraqui; thence, in prolongation of the said division line across the said river, to the water's edge on the easterly side thereof, and along the water's edge at low water mark, to the extreme south-westerly point of

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Point Frederick, in the Township of Pittsburgh; thence, southerly, parallel to the westerly boundary line of the said City, as hereinbefore set forth, to the distance of five hundred feet from the said south-westerly point of Point Frederick; thence, westerly, in a right line, to the place of beginning.

The said City to be divided into seven Wards, to be called, respectively, Sydenham Ward, Ontario Ward, Saint Lawrence Ward, Frontenac Ward, Cataraqui Ward, Rideau Ward, and Victoria Ward, and to comprise the following portions of the said City, respectively, that is to say:

The said Sydenham Ward to comprise all that part of the said City Sydenham Ward. which lies westward and southward of a line drawn from the foot of William Street through the centre of the said Street to the limits of the said City.

The said Ontario Ward to comprise all that part of the said City Ontario Ward. which lies between the last mentioned line of Sydenham Ward and a line drawn from the foot of Brock Street through the centre of the said Street to the limits of the said City.

The said Saint Lawrence Ward to comprise all that part of the said St. Lawrence City which lies between the last mentioned line of Ontario Ward and a line drawn from the foot of Princess Street, through the centre of the said Street to the limits of the said City. .

The said Cataraqui Ward to comprise all that part of the said City Catatan which lies eastward and northward of a line drawn from the foot of Princess Street through the centre of the said Street to Montreal Street; thence, through the centre of Montreal Street, aforesaid, and across the Artillery Reserve, to the present travelled road known as the “ Montreal Road;" thence, through the centre of the said road to the limits of the said City.

The said Frontenac Ward to comprise all that part of the said City Frontenac Ward. which lies northward of the last mentioned line, running through the centre of Montreal Street and the Montreal Road to the City limits, and northward and eastward of a line extending from Montreal Street (where it intersects Princess Street) through the centre of Princess Street, to the limits of the said City.

The said Rideau Ward to comprise all that part of the said lot number twenty-four, lying on the north side of the continuation of Arthur Street, through the said lot in a direct line to the Concession Road between the first and second concessions of the said Township of Kingston,

And the said Victoria Ward to comprise all that part of the said lot Victoria Ward.

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number twenty-four lying on the south side of the said continuation of Arthur Street aforesaid.

And so much of the Liberties of the said City as are adjacent to the respective Wards, shall be attached to the same respectively, and the limits between the respective portions of the said liberties hereby attached to the different Wards of the said City, be ascertained by the extension of the boundary lines between the said Wards respectively, and through the said Liberties.

3. Toronto.—The City and Liberties thereof to consist of all that part of the Province situate in the County of York, and lying between the following limits, that is to say:

Commencing at the distance of one chain, on a course, south, sixteen degrees east froin the south-westerly corner of lot number two, in the first concession, from the Bay in the Township of York, in the County of York; thence, southerly, in the direction of the side line between lots numbers two and three, in that concession, to the distance of five hundred feet from the point at which the said line intersects the margin of the water on the shore of Lake Ontario; thence, westerly, through the waters of Lake Ontario, following the direction of the curvatures of the shore, and keeping always at the distance of five hundred feet from the margin of the water till the point is attained, which is five hundred feet from the north-westernmost point of the Island or Peninsula, forming the harbour; thence, across the Bay or harbour of York, to a point where a line, drawn southerly from the north-easterly corner of Park lot number twenty-nine, in the said Township of York, in the direction of the easterly boundary line of the said Park lot, intersects •the margin of the water on the shore of Lake Ontario; thence, northerly, in the direction of the said line so drawn from the said corner of the said Park lot through the said corner, to the point at which the said line sa drawn through the said corner intersects the northerly boundary line of the allowance for Road between the Park lots and the second concession from the Bay in the said Township of York; thence, easterly, along the said northerly boundary line of the said allowance for Road, to the easterly shore or water's edge of the River Don; thence, southerly, along the water's edge, on the eastern side of the said River, to the point where the said water's edge intersects the southerly boundary line of the allowance for Road, in front of the said first concession; thence, easterly, along the southerly boundary line of the allowance for Road, in front of the said first concession, to the place of beginning.

The said City to consist of all that part of the tract of land above described lying within the following limits, that is to say: .

Commencing at the distance of one chain, on a course north, seventyfour degrees east, from the south-east angle of Park lot number three, in the said Township of York; thence, south, sixteen degrees east, upon a continnation of the allowance for road between Park lots numbers two and three to the water's edge of the Bay in front of the said City; thence, westerly, along the water's edge of the said Bay to the point at which the westerly limit of the allowance for Road between Park lots numbers eighteen and nineteen, in the said Township of York, being produced southerly, intersects the said water's edge; thence, northerly in the direction of the said westerly limit of the said allowance for Road to the distance of four hundred yards north of the northerly boundary line of Queen Street; thence, easterly, parallel to Queen Street to the easterly boundary line of the allowance for Road between Park lots numbers two and three; thence, south, sixteen degrees east, along the easterly boundary line of the said allowance for Road, four hundred yards more or less, to the place of beginning. And the remainder of the said tract, to constitute the Liberties of the said City.

The said City to be divided into six Wards to be called respectively, the Wards of St. James, St. David, St. Lawrence, St. George, St. Andrew and St. Patrick, and to comprise the following portions of the said City respectively, that is to say:

The said Ward of St. James to comprise all that part of the said St. James Ward. City, lying between the northerly boundary line of King Street east, the westerly boundary line of Yonge Street, the easterly boundary line of Nelson Street, and the northerly boundary line of Queen Street east.

The said Ward of St. David to comprise all that part of the said St. David's Ward City lying to the eastward of the westerly boundary line of Nelson Street, and to the north of the northerly boundary line of King Street east.

The said Ward of St. Lawrence to comprise all that part of the said St. Lawrence City lying to the southward of the northerly boundary line of King St. east and to the eastward of the westerly boundary line of Yonge Street.

The said Ward of St. George to comprise all that part of the said St. George's City lying to the southward of the northerly boundary line of King Street, and to the westward of the westerly boundary line of Yonge Street.

The said Ward of St. Andrew-to comprise all that part of the said st. Andrew's City lying between the northerly boundary line of King Street east, and the northerly boundary line of Queen Street east, and west of the westerly boundary line of Yonge Street.

And the said Ward of St. Patrick to comprise all that part of the su, Patrick's

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said City lying to the north of the northerly boundary line of Queen Street west, and west of the westerly boundary line of Yonge Street.

And so much of the Liberties of the said City as lies to the southward
and eastward of the St. Lawrence Ward, shall be and is hereby attach-
ed to the St. Lawrence Ward; so much thereof as lies to the north-
ward and eastward of the said St. David's Ward, shall be and is hereby
attached to the said St. David's Ward; so much thereof as lies to the
northward of the said St. James's Ward, shall be and is hereby attached
to the said St. James's Ward; so much thereof as lies to the southward
and westward of the St. George's Ward, shall be and is hereby attached
to the said St. George's Ward; so much thereof as lies to the westward
of the St. Andrew's Ward, shall be and is hereby attached to the said
St. Andrew's Ward; and so much thereof as lies to the northward and
westward of the St. Patrick's Ward, shall be and is hereby attached to
the said St. Patrick's Ward; the limits between the respective portions
of the said Liberties bereby attached to the different Wards of the said
City being ascertained by the extension of the boundary lines between
the said Wards respectively, through the said Liberties, except the
boundary line between the portions hereby attached to the St. Lawrence
Ward, and that hereby attached to the St. David's Ward, which shall
consist of the northerly boundary line of King Street east to the River
Don.
“ An Act to extend the limits of the Town of York; to erect the said

Town into a City; and to incorporate it under the name of the
City of Toronto.

(Repealed, excepting the following.) Ath Wm. 4, c 23. XCVI. Provided always, that no person shall have a right to vote No person to vote for a member to represent the County of York, or any Riding thereof, for the County, in respect to any property situate within the limits of the City of Torespect to proper- ronto or the Liberties thereof.]

[XCVII. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That ronto to be un- whenever in any Act of Parliament, proclamation, le ters patent, record,

or writ, or other legal proceeding, deed, will, instrument, or writing of any York occurs in kind or description, the name of “ York” is or shall be used, with any Act of Par liament, deed," intention to apply it to the place commonly called the Town of York,

in this Province, or to any part of the Township of York, included by this Act within the said City or the Liberties thereof, the City of Ta ronto or the Liberties thereof shall, according to the locality, be taken to have been meant and intended, and the name Toronto shall, to all intents and for all purposes, stand in the contemplation of law in the stead and place of York, whenever the name of York is applied to any place within the said City of Toronto or the Liberties thereof, and shall be so understood and applied by all Courts, Judges and Justices, and

by all persons concerned in any public act or duty; and that it shall change the name be lawful for the Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, or Person Adminis

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