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pelby's Island, and westerly by the town of Eastchester, shall be and continue a town by the name of Pelham.

And that all that part of the said county of Westchester, New-Rochelle called and known by the name of New-Rochelle, bounded -southerly by the town of Pelham, easterly by the Sound, northerly by Mamaroneck and the inanor of Scarsdale, and westerly by the manor of Scarsdale and Eastchester, including the island called Rodhan's island, shall be and continue a town by the name of New-Rochelle.

And that all that part of the said county of Westchester Scarsdale bounded westerly by Bronx-fiver, southerly by the town of Eastchester and New-Rochelle, easterly by the east bounds of the tract of land called the manor of Scarsdale, and northerly by the north bounds of the said manor of Scarsdale, shall be and continue a town by the name of Scarsdale.

And that all that part of the said county of Westchester Mamaroneck. bounded southerly by New-Rochelle, easterly by the Sound, northerly by Mamaroneck-river, and westerly by the town of Scarsdale, shall be and continue a town by the name of Mamaroneck.

And that all that part of the said county of Westchester White-Plains' bounded easterly by Mamaroneck-river, northerly by North-Castle, westerly by Bronx-river, and southerly bý the town of Scarsdale, shall be and continue a town by the name of White-Plains.

And that all that part of the said county of Westchester Harrison. called and known by the name of Harrison's purchase, shall be and continue a town by the name of Harrison.

And that all that part of the said county of Westchester Rye. bounded southerly by the Sound, easterly by Connecticut, and westerly by the town of Harrison and Mamaroneckriver, including Captain's island and all the islands in the Sound lying south of the said bounds, shall be and continue a town by the name of Rye.

And that all that part of the said county of Westchester North Castle. bounded southerly by the town of White-Plains, the town of Harrison and the state of Connecticut, easterly by Connecticut and Poundridge, westerly by the Bronx-river, and northerly by the town of Bedford and a line drawn from the southwest corner of the town of Bedford to the head of Bronx-river on the eastern line of Mount-Pleasant, shall be and continue a town by the name of North-Castle.

And that all that part of the said county of Westchester New.Caftle. bounded southerly by North-Castle, westerly by MountPleasant, northerly by the manor of Cortlandt, and easterly by the town of Bedford, shall be and continue a town by the name of New-Castle.

And that all that part of the said county of Westchester Bedford formerly called and known by the name of Bedford, shall be and continue à town by the name of Bedford.

Poundridge. And that all that part of the said coung of Westchester

bounded southerly by the state of Connecticut, easterly and northerly by Salem, and westerly by Bedford and Mahanus-river, shall be and continue a town by the name

of Poundridge. Salem:

And that all that part of the said county of Westchester bounded northerly by a line beginning at a monument in the line between this state and Connecticut east of the north long pond, and running westerly by the north side of the said pond and the south bounds of the land now or late belonging to Ezekiel Hawley until it comes to the road leading over the mountain, and then crossing the same road and running northerly along the west side of the same road to the land now or late belonging to Ezekiel Hawley, and then westerly along the same to the west line of the Oblong, then northerly along the said Oblong line until it comes to the south line of the north lot number.ten of the manor of Cortlandt, and then westerly along the south bounds of the said lot number ten and the south bounds of the north lots number nine and eight to Croton-river, and then down the said river to Bedford, easterly and southerly by Connecticut, Poundridge and Bedford, and westerly by Poundridge, Bedford and Croton-river, shall be and continue a town by the name of

Salem. North-Salem,

And that all that part of the said county of Westchester bounded southerly by Salem, easterly by Connecticut, northerly by Dutchess county, and westerly by the middle of Croton-river, shall be and continue a town by the name of North-Salem.

And that all that part of the said county of Westchester bounded westerly by the middle of Hudson's river, northerly by the county of Dutchess, easterly by north lot number two and south lot number two of the manor of Cortlandt, and the same line continued to the south bounds of the manor of Cortlandt, and southerly by the south bounds of the manor of Cortlandt, shall be and continue a town by the name of Cortlandt.

And that all that part of the said county of Westchester bounded westerly by the town of Cortlandt, northerly by the county of Dutchess, easterly by north lot number five and south lot number five of the said manor of Cortlandt, and the same line continued to the south bounds of the said manor of Cortlandt, and southerly by the south bounds of the said manor of Cortlandt, shall be and con

tinue a town by the name of York-Town. Stephentown. And that all that part of the said county of Westchester

bounded westerly by York Town, northerly by the county of Dutchess, easterly by North-Salem, Croton-river and Bedford, and southerly by the south bounds of the manor of Cortlandt, shall be and continue a town by the name of Stephentoyn.

Cortlandt.

York Town.

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And that all that part of the county of Dutchess bound. DUTCHESS ed southerly by the county of Westchester, westerly by fifteen towns, the middle of Hudson's river, northerly by the north viz. bounds of the lands granted to AdolpX Philipse, and easta Philips-Town erly by the east bounds of the long lót number four, formerly belonging to Beverly Robinson, shall be and continue a town by the name of Philips-Town.

And that all that part of the said county of Dutchess Carmel lying east of Philips-Town, west of the east line of Philips' long lot, and south of a line to begin at a point in the east bounds of Philips-Town six miles from the north bounds of the county of Westchester, and running north eighty-seven degrees and thirty minutes east to the state of Connecticut, shall be and continue a town by the name of Carmel.

And that all that part of the said county of Dutchess South-Eaft. lying east of the said east line of Philips' long lot, and south of the above mentipned line, beginning at a point in the east bounds of said Philips-Town six miles from the north bounds of the county of Westchester, and running north eighty-seven degrees and thirty minutes east and continued to the state of Connecticut, shall be and continue a town by the name of South-East.

And that all that part of the said county of Dutchess Franklin. lying east of the said east line of Philips' long lot, and north of the above mentioned line, beginning at a point in the east bounds of said Philips-Town as aforesaid, and south of the north bounds of the lands granted to Adolph Philipse, shall be and continue a town by the name of Franklin.

And that all that part of the said county of Dutchess Frederick lying west of the said east line of Philips' long lot, and north of the above mentioned line, beginning at a point in the east bounds of said Philips-Town as aforesaid east of Philips-Town and south of the north bounds of the lands granted to Adolph Philipse, shall be and continue a town by the name of Frederick.

And that all that part of the said county of Dutch- rimkin. ess bounded southerly by Philips-Town and Frederick, westerly by the middle of Hudson's river, northerly by Wappinger's kill or creek, and easterly by the east bounds of Rumbout's patent, shall be and continue a town by the name of Fishkill.

And that all that part of the said county of Dutchess Beekman. bounded southerly by Frederick, westerly by Fishkill, northerly by the north bounds of the lands granted to colonel Henry Beekman, and easterly by a line beginning at the house now or late of Darius Talman, near the Nine-Partner's line, and running from thence to the house now dr late of William Clark, and from thence to the house/now or late of Nathaniel Lee, and from thence to the house now or late of Caleb Lamb, and from thence

VOL. II.

Pawling.

Poughkeepfie

Clinton.

south sixteen degrees west to Frederick, shall be and con. tinue a town by the name of Beekman. I

And that all that part of the said county of Dutchess bounded southerly by the towns of Franklin and Frederick, westerly by Beekman, northerly by the north bounds of the patent granted to colonel Henry Beekman, continued to Connecticut, and easterly by Connecticut, shall be and continue à town by the name of Pawling.

And that all that part of the said county of Dutchess bounded easterly and southerly by Wappinger's kill or creek, westerly by the middle of Hudson's river, and northerly by the tract of land called the great or lower Nine-Partners, shall be and continue a town by the name of Poughkeepsie.

And that all that part of the said county of Dutchess bounded southerly by Poughkeepsie and Beekman, westerly by the middle of Hudson's river, northerly and easterly by a line beginning at the east bank of Hudson's river at the northwest corner of the tract of land called Pawling's patent, and running along the north line of the same patent to Crom-Elbow-kill, otherwise called Fish-creek, thence up along the said creek to the line of the tract of land called the little or upper Nine-Partners, thence easterly along the said line to the northeast corner of lot num-. ber one so known and distinguished in the first division of the said tract of land called the great or lower Nine-Partners, and then southerly in the line of that tier of lots to the north bounds of Beekman aforesaid, shall be and continue a town by the name of Clinton.

And that all that part of the said county of Dutchess bounded southerly by Clinton, westerly by the middle of Hudson's river, northerly by the county of Columbia, and easterly by the little or upper Nine-Partners, shall be and continue a town by the name of Rhinebeek.

And that all that part of the said county of Dutchess lying north of the north line of lots number fourteen and twenty-three, laid out in the general division heretofore made of a tract of land called the lower or great NinePartners, and bounded southerly by the town of Washington, westerly by Clinton, northerly by the north bounds of the tract of land called the lower or great Nine-Partners, and easterly by the easternmost tier of lots laid out in the general division heretofore made of the said tract of land called the lower or great Nine-Partners, shall be and continue a town by the name of Stanford.

And that all that part of the said county of Dutchess bounded southerly by the town of Beekman, westerly by Clinton, northerly by Stanford, and easterly by the easternmost tier of lots laid out in the general divison heretofore made of the said tract of land called the lower or great Nine-Partners, shall be and continue a town by the name of Washington.

Rhinebeek.

Stanfordi

Washington.

And that all that part of the said county of Dutchess Amenia. bounded southerly by the town of Pawling, westerly by the towns of Washington and Stanford northerly by the north bounds of the said lower or great Nine-Partners, and an east line from the northeast corner thereof to Connecticut, and easterly by Connecticut, shall be and continue a town by the name of Amenia.

And that all that part of the said county of Dutchess Northeastbounded westerly by Rhinebgek, northerly by the county

Town. of Columbia and the commonwealth of Massachusetts, easterly by Connecticut, and southerly by the towns of Clin tun, Stanford and Amenia, shall be and continue a town by the name of Northeast Town.

And that all that part of the county of Rockland bound- ROCKLAND ed easterly by the middle of Hudson's river, southerly by county into New-Jersey, and westerly and northerly by a line beginning viz. on Hudson's river at the northeast corner of the farm late Orange-Town belonging to Herman Tallman deceased, and running from thence east to the middle of said river, and westerly along the said farm to the tract of land formerly granted to Teunis D. Tallman, and then southerly and westerly along the bounds of the same tract to Demarest's kill or Hackinsack-river, and then down the stream thereof to the northeast corner of a tract of one thousand acres of land formerly sold før defraying the expenses of dividing the patent of Kakialt, and then westerly along the same to the northwest corner thereof, and then northerly, westerly and sputherly along the land now or late belonging to Johannes Jos. Blauveit to the northeast corner of the land now or late belonging to John M. Hogencamp, and then westerly and southerly along the same to the nartheast corner of the land now or late belonging to John P. Mabie, and then westerly along his land to New-Jersey, shall be and continue a town by the name of Orange-Towa.

And that all that part of the said county of Rockland Clarks-Town bounded westerly by a jine beginning at the northwest corner of the land of John M. Hogencamp, called his. midde town lot, and running from thence north three degrees west to the division line between the north and south moiety of the patent of Kakiatt, and then along the same east to the line of division between the east and west four bundred acre lots of the said north moiety, and then along the last mentioned division line and continuing the samo to the line of division between the mountain lots uport the top of the Verdrietege-hook mountain and northerly by the line running along the top of the said mountain between the said mountain lots to the east end thereof, and from thence to the head of the stream of water which runs froin the Long.Clove to Hudson's river, easterly by the middle of Hudson's river, and southerly by Orange-Town, shall be and continue a town by the name of Clarks-Town,

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