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Hampstead. And that all that part of the said county of Rockland

bounded easterly by Clarks-Town and Orange-Town, southerly by Orange-Town and New Jersey, Westerly by NewJersey and Orange county, and northerly by a line running from the northwest corner of Clarks-Town along the south bounds of the lands of Francis Gurpie and Benjamin Coe, and along the south bounds of the land of Gag briel Concklin, and the same course continued to the bounds of Orange county, shall be and continue a town by

the name of Hampstead. Haverftraw. And that all that part of the said county of Rockland

bounded southerly by Hampstead and Clarks-Town, and easterly, northerly and westerly by the bounds of the county, shall be and continue a town by the name of Haver

straw, ORANGE And that all that part of the county of Orange begin. eleven towns, ning in the south bounds of the town of New-Windsor at

the northeast corner of a tract of land commonly called Blooming Van Dam's patent, and then along the east bounds of the

said patent to the southeast corner thereof, thence southeast until it comes to the top of Schonamonk mountain, thence southwesterly along the top of said mountain to the line commonly called the new northwest line, thence northwest along said line to the division line between the patent of Wawayanda and Cheescocks, thence along the said line to the town of Warwick, thence northwardly along the line of the towns of Warwick and Goshen to the line of the town of Wallkill, and thence east along the said line and the line of the town of New-Windsor to the place of beginning, shall be and continue a town by the

name of Blooming-Grove. Cheefcocks.

And that all that part of the said county of Orange beginning in the east line of the town of Warwick, at the southerly corner of the town of Blooming-Grove, and thence southerly along the said line of the town of Warwick to the line of the state of New-Jersey, thence along the said line to the county of Rockland, thence along the said county of Rockland to the mouth of Poplopen's kill on the west side of Hudson's river, thence a direct line to the southeast corner of the town of Blooming-Grove, and thence along the same to the place of beginning, shall be

and continue a town by the name of Cheescocks. Cornwall. And that all that part of the said county of Orange

bounded northerly by New-Windsor, westerly by Cheescocks and Blooming-Grove, southerly by Cheescocks and the bounds of the county, and easterly by the middle of Hudson's river, shall be and continue a town by the name of Cornwall.

And that all that part of the said county of Orange bounded easterly by Blooming-Grove, northerly by the town of Wallkill, westerly by the middle of the Wall

Goshen.

kill, and southerly, by the creek commonly called Quaker's creek from where it falls into the Wallkill on the southwesterly side of the great island in the drowned lands to the road leading across the grist-mill dam of William Thompson, esquire, thence along the southerly side of the said road running towards Sugar-loaf mountain to the northerly line of the plantation late of Samuel Rayner deceased, and thence along said line easterly. to the southwest corner of a large tract of land commonly called Rutgers' tract, and thence easterly along the south bounds of the said tract to the foot of the said Sugar-loaf mountain, and then an east coarse to the bounds of Blooming-Grove, shall be and continue a town by the name of Goshen.

And that all that part of the said county of Orange Warwick. bounded easterly by Cheescocks and Blooming-Grove, southerly by the state of New Jersey, westerly by the middle of the Walkill, and northerly hy Goshen, shall be and continue a town by the name of Warwick.

And that all that part of the said county of Orange Minifik. bounded easterly by the middle of the Wallkill, southerly by New Jersey, westeply by Delaware-river, and northerly by the towns of Wallkill and Deerpark, shall be and continue a town by the name of Minisink,

And that alllthat part of the said county of Orange New-Windsor bounded easterly by the middle of Hudson's river, southerly by an east and/west line from the mouth of Murderer's creek, and westerly and northerly by a line beginning at the west side of Hudson's river at the mouth of Quasick-creek, and running from thence along the south bounds of a tract of land commonly called German par tent and the southerly bounds of a tract of land granted to Alexander Baird and company to the east bounds of two thousand acres of land granted to Cadwallader Colden, and then across the same to the most northerly corner of the land granted to Patrick Hume, and thence along the westerly bounds thereof to the lands granted to Patrick M.Knight, and then along the same southeasterly and southwesterly to the southerly corner thereof, and then continuing the last mentioned line to the town of Blooming-Grove so as to include the lands formerly of Fletcher Matthew, shall be and continue a town by the name of New-Windsor.

And that all that part of the said county of Orange Newburga. bounded easterly by the middle of Hudson's river, southerly by New-Windsor, westerly by the east bounds of the tract of land granted to Cadwallader Colden and the oast bounds of one thousand acres of land granted to John Johnson, and the east bounds of three thousand acres of land granted to Henry Wileman, and the east bounds of three thousand five hundred acres of land granted to Rip

Wallkill.

Van Dam and thers, and northerly by a line ginning on the west side Hudson's river at the northest corner of a tract of land granted to Francis Harrison fand company, called the five thousand acré tract, and running from thence east to the middle of Hudson's river, and westerly along the north bounds of the said trict and the north bounds of another tract granted to the said Francis Harrison to the tract of land commonly calleh Wallace's tract, then along the lines of the same northerly and westerly to the northeasterly bounds of a tract of land granted to Jacobus Kip, John Cruger and others, commonly call. ed Kip and Cruger's tract, then westerly along the northeasterly and northerly. bounds thereof to the northwest corner thereof, and then westerly to the northeast corner of the said tract of three thousand five hundred acres of land granted to Rip Van Dam and others shall be and continue a town by the name of Newburgh

And that all that part of the said county of Orange bounded easterly by New-Windsor, southerly by a west line from the mouth of Murderer's creek, westerly by Shawangunk-kill, and northerly by the he commonly called the old northwest line, shall be and continue a

town by the name of Wallki. Montgomery. And that all that part of the said co ty of Orange

bounded easterly by New-Windsor and Nyburgh, southerly by the town of Wallkill, westerly by awangunk-kill, and northerly by a line beginning at the ortheast corner of a tract of three thousand acres of land anted to Henry Wileman, and runnning thence along north bounds thereof to the Paltz-river, comn only ca ed the Wallkill, and then southerly up the same river to the southwest corner of a tract of four thousand acres of land granted to Gerardus Beekman and others, and then westerly and northerly along the southerly and westerl bounds thereof to the northwest corner thereof, and then northwesterly along the north bounds of the lands granted to Jeremiah Schuyler and company to the Shawangunk-kill aforesaid,

shall be and continue a town by the name of Montgomery. Deerpark. And that all that part of the said qunty of Orange

beginning on the Shawangunk-kill at the southwest corner of the town of Wallkill, and running thence along the said kill, being the boundary line of the said town of Wallkill, to the north part of the farm pow or lately occupied by Joseph Wood junior, thence fwest to the river Mongaap, thence along the said rivet Hongaap as it runs to the Delaware-river, then along the said river to the town of Minisink, and thence along the northern boundary of the said town of Minisink to the place of beginning, shall be and continue a town by the name of Deerpark.

And that all that part of the county pof Ulster bounded 1.2 towns, viz. easterly by the middle of Hudson's biyer, southerly bir

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Orange punty, westerly by a line beging on the line Marlborough. of the said county of Orange two chairs and seventy-five links east \f the north corner of a track of land called the Five-Patentees, from thence on a straight line northward to the most easterly bounds of Robert Tift's land where it joins the town of New-Paltz, and northerly by a tract of land granted to Lewis Dubois and partners, called the New-Paltz patent, shall be and conyinue a town by the name of Marlborough.

And that all that part of the said county of Ulster Platte-Ki bounded easterly by Marlborough, southerly by Orange county, westerly by the east bounds of two thousand acres of land granted to Peter Barberie, and the east bounds of two thousand acres of land granted to William Huddleston, and the east bounds of two thousand acres of land granted to Thomas Garland, and northerly by a tract'of land granted to Lewis. Dubois and partners, called the New-Paltz patent, and a tract of land granted to Noah Elting and Nathaniel La Fever, and a tract of land granted to Anna Mullender, commonly called Mullender's tract, and a tract of land granted to Hugh Freer, and the southerly line thereof continued to the east bounds of the said two thousand res of land granted to the said Thomas Garland, shalle and continue a town by the name of Platte-Kill.

And that all hat part ff the said county of Ulster Shawangunk. bounded easte by Orange county and the town of Platte-Kill, sourly by Orange county, westerly by the Platte-Kill-river ind the feast foot of the Shawangunk mountains, and ortherly by a line beginning at the northeast corner fa tract of two thousand acres of land granted to William Hiddleston, and running from thence along the north bounds thereof and the north bounds of two thousand acts of land granted to Peter Matthews and others to the month of/Shawangunk-kill, and then westerly along the north side of the same kill as it runs to the southwest corner of the land granted to colonel Jacob Rutsen, and the long the westerly bounds thereof to the northwest corner thereof, and then along the southerly bounds of a tract of land granted to Stephen Dubois to the southwest corner thereof, and then northwest to Shawangunk mountains aforesaid, shall be and continue a town by the naino of Shawangunk.

And that all that part of the said county of Ulster' Kingftan. called the township of Kingston and manor of Fox-Hall, and extending northward to the line of the county of Greene, and south ward to the north bounds of a tract of land granted to Lewis Dubois and partners, called the New-Paitz patent and east to the middle of Hudson's river, shall be and continue a town by the name of Kingston.

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Hurley

Marbletown.

New Paltz,

Woodlock.

And that all that part of the said county of Ulster called the township of Hurley, including all that certain tract of land formerly comprehended within the bounds of the great or Hardenbergh's patent, and released by Margaret Livingston lately deceased to the inhabitants of Hurley, and also all that tract of land beginning in the northwest corner of the New-Paltz patent and running thence south fifty degrees east one hundred and eighteen chains to the cast bank of the Wallkill, thence north seventy-one degrees and twenty minutes east one hundred and fifty four chains to where the east bounds of the said township of Hurley intersects the north bounds of NewPaltz, and thence northwesterly along the bounds of the New-Paltz patent to the place of beginning, shall be and continue a town by the name of Hurley.

And that all that part of the said county of Ulster called Marbletown, shall be and continue a town by the name of Marbletown.

And that all that part of the said county of Ulster bounded northerly by Kingston and Hurley, easterly by the middle of Hudson's river, southerly by Marlborough, Platte-Kill and Shawangunk, and westerly by the west bounds of the New-Paltz patent continued southerly to the northwest corner of Shawangunk, shall be and continue a town by the name of New-Paltz.

And that all that part of the said county of Ulster bounded southerly by the towns of Nevisínk, Rochester, Marbletown and Hurley, easterly by Marbletown, Hurley and Kingston, northerly by the bounds of the county, and westerly by the bounds of the county, shall be and continue a town by the name of Woodstock.

And that all that part of the said county of Ulster bounded westerly by Mongaap-river, northeasterly by the towns of Nevisink and Rochester, easterly by the town of Shawangunk and the county of Orange, and southerly by the county of Orange, shall be and continue a town by the name of Mamakating.

And that all that part of the said county of Ulster bounded southwesterly and northwesterly by the bounds of the county, northeasterly by the town of Nevisink, and easterly by the town of Mainakating, shall be and continue a town by the name of Lumberland.

And that all that part of the said county of Ulster bounded southeasterly by the towns of Shawangunk and New-Paltz, southwesterly by a line running from the southerly corner of the patent of Rochester where it meets with the northwesterly bounds of the town of Shawangunk at the Shawangunk mountains north forty-nine degrees and thirty minutes west a distance of twelve miles and an half, northwesterly by a line running from thence north forty degrees east till it intersects a line continued north

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Lumberland

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