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West Ward.

COBOURG.

East Ward. The said East Ward to comprise all that portion of the said Lower

Town which lies east of the centre of Dalhousie Street, so far as the said street is now opened, and thence in a direct line produced from the centre of the said street until it intersects the limits of the Town on the

south. Centre Ward. The said Centre Ward to comprise all that portion of the said Lower

Town not included in the East Ward.

The said West Ward shall comprise all that portion of the said Town

which lies westerly from the Rideau Canal, and which shall constitute Upper Bytown. Upper Bytown.

5. Cobourg:-To consist of all that part of this Province situate within the County of Northumberland, and Jying within the following limits,

that is to say: Limits. Commencing on the Lake Shore, at the south-east angle of lot number

fourteen, in concession B ; thence, north, sixteen degrees west, to the centre of the first concession; thence, south, seventy-four degrees west, to the centre of lot number twenty-one, in the said concession; thence, south, sixteen degrees east, to the Lake shore; thence, along the water's

edge, to the place of beginning. Wards, three. The said Town to be divided into three Wards, to be called respec

tively, South Ward, East Ward and West Ward, South Ward. The said South Ward to comprise all that portion of the said Town

which lies south of King street. East Ward. The said East Ward to comprise all that portion of the said Town

which lies east of the centre of the street between lots numbers sixteen

and seventeen and north of King street; and West Ward. The said West Ward to comprise all that portion of the said Town

which lies west of the centre of the street between lots numbers sixteen and seventeen, and north of King Street.

6. Cornwall.—To consist of all that part of this Province situate within the County of Stormont, and lying within the following limits, that is to

say: Limits.

Comprised within the limits or boundaries heretofore reserved and set apart by Government as a Town plot, together with the parcel or

tract of ungranted land in front thereof, and the harbour. Wards, three.

The said Town to be divided into three Wards, to be called respectively East Ward, West Ward, and Centre Ward, and to comprise the

following portions of the said Town respectively, that is to say : East Ward. The said East Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town which

lies between Amelia Street and the Eastern limits of the said Town. West Ward. The said West Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town which

lies between Augustus Street and the Western boundary of the said

Town; and Centre Ward.

The said Centre Ward to comprise all that remaining part of the said Town which lies between Amelia Street and Augustus Street, and not

included in either of the before mentioned Wards. Dundas.

7. Dundas. – To consist of all that part of this Province situate within the County of Halton, and lying within the following limits that is to say:

Commencing on the division line between the property of George Rolph, Esquire, and the property of the late Harker Lyons, on the York road; thence, following the said road, westerly, to the road leading up the mountain to John Keagy's, the younger; thence, in a straight line

CORNWALL.

Limits.

by compass to a monument within a few feet of the site of the old oat-
meal mill; thence across the urcek or stream to a stone monument
placed at the distance of ave hundred feet from the west bank thereof!
ihence, following the said creek or stream at a distance throughout of
fiye bundred feet from the west and south bank thereof, to where a stone
monument is placed south of Mr. Ewart's milldam; thence, running in
á straight line to a stone monument placed on the boundary line between
the property owned by John 0. Hatt, Esquire, and the estate of the late
Manuel Overfield ; thence, to a stone monument placed on the boundary
line between the property owned by Thomas Halt and the said John 0.
Hait; thence, along the said boundary line to a stone monument placed
in South Street; thence, following South Street till it intersects East
Street; thence, descending the hill in a northerly direction till it inter-
sects the Governor's road; thence, following the said road, easterly, to
a stone monument placed in a line at right angles with the place of
beginning; thence, along the said line to the place of beginning.

The said Town to be divided into four Wards, to be called, respec- Wards four. tively, Mountain Ward, Canal Ward, Foundry Ward, and Valley Ward, and to comprise the following portions of the said Town respectively, that is to say:

The said Mountain Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town Mountain Ward commencing on the Sydenham road at the northern boundary of the said Town; thence, running along the said Sydenham road until it intersects King Street; thence, along the said King Street in an easterly direction until it intersects Main Street ; thence, along the said Main Street until it intersects Baldwin or Flamboro' Street; thence, along the same to the Basin of the Desjardins Canal; thence, along the said canal until the eastern boundary or limit of the said Town is intersected; thence, fol. lowing the said eastern boundary to the northern boundary line of the said Town; thence, following the same to the place of beginning.

The said Canal Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town, Canal Ward. commencing on King Street at a post planted between the lands owned by Orlando Morley and John Walker; thence, running south to the southern boundary of the said Town; thence, along the said boundary to the eastern boundary until the Desjardins Canal is intersested; thence, along the said Canal in a westerly direction until East Street is intersecled (Coote's Paradise); thence, along Baldwin or Flamboro' Street to Main Street; thence, along the said Main Street in a northerly direction till it intersects King Street; thence, along the said King Street to the place of beginning.

The said Foundry Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town, Foundry Ward. commencing on King Street at a post planted between the lands owned by Orlando Morley and John Walker; thence, along the said King · Street, west, until it intersects Peel Street; thence, south, until Jaines Street is intersected; thence, westerly, along the said James Street until it intersects the western boundary of the said town; thence, along the western and southern boundary of the said Town until the boundary between Wards Numbers Two and Three is intersected; thence, northerly, to the place of beginning; and

The said Valley Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town, Valley Ward. commencing at the northern boundary of the said Town on the Sydens ham Road; thence, following the north-western limits of the said town to a stone monument within a few feet of the site of the old oatmeal mill; thence, across the stream or creek to a stone monument placed at the distance of five hundred feet from the west bank thereof; thence, along the western boundary of the said town to a stone monument placed on a line at right angles with James Street; thence, along James

GODERICII.

Lipsits.

Wards, four.

St. George's
Ward.

St. Patrick's Ward.

Street, easterly, until Peel Street is intersected; thence, along Peel Street' to King Street ; thence, along King Street to Sydenham Road; thence, along Sydenham Road to the place of beginning.

8. Goderich.-To consist of all that part of this Province Snaete within the County of Huron, and lying within ihe following limits, that is to say

Commencing at a point where the south limit of Britannia Road produced intersects the water's edge of Lake Huron ; thence, northerly along the said water's edge to the south Pier of the Harbour; thence, easterly, along the said Pier and south side of the River Maitland, to a point where the west limit of Wellington Street produced intersects the said south side of the River Maitland; thence, due south, along the said produced limit of Wellington Street to the crown of the Hill; thence, easterly along the crown of the said Hill, following the several windings thereof, to the east end of Gloucester Terrace; thence, southerly, along the eastern limit of the River Maitland, until it intersects the south easterly limit of Britannia Road ; thence, south-easterly along the south-east limit of Britannia Road to an angle thereof; thence, due west, along the south limit of the said Britannia Road to the place of beginning.

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 Town which lies northward of the centre of West Street and westward of the centre of North Street.

The said Saint Patrick's Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town which lies northward of the centre of East Street and eastward of the centre of North Street.

The said Saint Andrew's Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town which lies southward of the centre of West Street and westward of the centre of South Street; and

The said Saint David's Ward 10 comprise, all that part of the said Town which lies southward of the centre of East Street and eastward of the centre of south Street,

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 Town, together with the lands adjoining thereto, lying between the said surveys and the River Thames, producing the northern boundary 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 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 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 Town which lies between Horton Street and Saint Patrick's Ward afore. said ; and

St. Andrew's
Ward.

St. Davidis
Ward.

LONDON.

Linnits,

Wards, four,

St. George's Ward.

St. Patrick's Ward.

St. Andrew's
Ward.

The said Saint David's Ward to comprise all that part of the said st. David's

Ward. Town which lies south of Horton Street.

10. Niagara.—To consist of all that part of this Province situate within Niagara. 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 Honorable 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, Wards, liva. 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,

Vard. which runs directly from the River Niagara, and commencing at the house now occupied by Mr. Walter Elliot, or the Lower Ferry, and terminating at the western limit of the Town.

The said Saint George's Ward to comprise all that part of the said St. George's Town which lies north of the centre of the Street forming the northern Ward. boundary of Saint Lawrence Ward, and south of the centre of the next parallel Street.

The said Saint David's Ward to comprise all that part of the said St. David's Town which lies north of the Street forming the northern boundary of Ward. Saint George's Ward, and south of the centre of the next parallel Street.

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

11. Peterborough. To eonsist of all that part of this Province situate PETERROR 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, 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, Wards, four. 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 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.

Limits.

PICTON.

Centre Ward. The said Centre Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town

which lies west of George Street, south of Brock Street and north of

Simcoe Street. South Ward. And the said South Ward to comprise all that part of the said Town

which lies west of George Street and south of Simcoe Street, including the Government Reserve south of the said Town.

12. Picton.-To consist of all that part of this Province situate within 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 numbers two, three and four in the said Concession; thence, along the north-east side of Lot number four to the Bay; 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 south-easterly direction along the centre of the said Lot number twenty, nine chains, more or less, to the east side of John Street, thirty chains; 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 the 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 twenty-two, 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 Harbor in the above mentioned boundaries. *Wards, three. The said Town to be divided into three Wards, to be called, respec

tively, Hallowell Ward, Brock Ward and Tecumseth Ward, and to comprise the following portions of the said Town, respectively, that is

to say: Hallowell 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

And the said Tecumseth Ward to comprise all that part of the said Ward.

Town which lies on the south side of the Bay. PORT Hope. 13, Port Hope.—To consist of all that part of this Province, situate

within the County of Durham, and lying within the following limits,

that is to say : Limits.

Composed of Lots numbers four, five, six, seyen and eight, and the east half of Lot number nine in the first Concession of the Township of Hope, and the broken fronts of the said Lots and Half-lot, together with all those parts of Lots numbers four and five in the second Concession

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