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" Catahouchee and Flint rivers meet, to the source of St. Mary's river, and by the course of the said river to the Atlantic Ocean... "
A Collection of Several Commissions, and Other Public Instruments ... - Page 87
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Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario, Volume 7

Ontario. Legislative Assembly - Ontario - 1907
...at the aforesaid River Saint John. Secondly. The Government of East Florida, bounded to the westward by the Gulf of Mexico and the Apalachicola River;...the northward by a line drawn from that part of the said river where the Catfilwuchec and Flint Rivers meet, to the source of Saint Mary's lliver, and...
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Report, Volume 4

Archives - 1907 - 476 pages
...at the aforesaid River Saint John. Secondly. The Government of East Florida, bounded to the westward by the Gulf of Mexico and the Apalachicola River;...the northward by a line drawn from that part of the said river where the Catahouckee and Flint Rivers meet, to the source of Saint Mary's River, and by...
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Documents Relating to the Constitutional History of Canada, Volume 1

Canada - 1907
...River of S' John. Secondly — The Government of East Florida, bounded to the Westward by the Gulph of Mexico and the Apalachicola River ; to the Northward by a Line drawn from that part, of the said River where the Chatahouchee and Flint Rivers meet, to the source of St Mary's River, and by the...
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Documents Relating to the Constitutional History of Canada, Volume 1

Canada - 1907
...River of S1 John. Secondly — The Government of East Florida, bounded to the Westward by the Gulph of Mexico and the Apalachicola River ; to the Northward by a Line drawn from that part of the said River where the Cbatahouchee and Flint Rivers meet, to the source of St Mary's River, and by the...
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Report, Volume 3

Public Archives Canada - Archives - 1907
...aforesaid River of S1 Join Secondly — The Government of East Florida, bounded to the Westward by t! Gulph of Mexico and the Apalachicola River ; to the Northward by a Line drawn frvL that part, of the said River where the Chatahouchee and Flint Rivers meet, to rt source of St...
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Documents Relating to the Constitutional History of Canada, Volume 1

Canada - 1907
...Government of East Florida, bounded to the Westward by the Gulph of Mexico and the Apalachicola Hiver; to the Northward by a Line drawn from that part of the said River where the Chatahouchee and Flint Rivers meet, to the source of íSt Mary's River, and by...
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Documentary Source Book of American History, 1606-1898

William MacDonald - Charters - 1908 - 616 pages
...aforesaid river St. John. Secondly, The government of East Florida, bounded to the Westward by the Gulph of Mexico and the Apalachicola river; to the Northward, by a line drawn from that part of the said river where the Catahoochee and Flint rivers meet, to the source of St Mary's river, and by the...
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United States Supreme Court Reports, Volume 3

United States. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1910
...is described as follows, viz., bounded to the westward by the Gulf of Mexico and the Apalachichola River; to the northward by a line drawn from that part of the said river where the Catahouchee and Flint rivers meet, to the source of St. Mary's River, and by the...
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North Atlantic Coast Fisheries: Proceedings in the North Atlantic Coast ...

Permanent Court of Arbitration - Fisheries - 1912
...the aforesaid River of St John. Secondly — The Government of East Florida, bounded to the westward by the Gulf of Mexico and the Apalachicola River;...the northward by a line drawn from that part of the said river where the Chatahouchee and Flint Rivers meet, to the source of St Mary's River, and by the...
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Historical Collections, Volume 36

Michigan - 1908
...River of St. John. Secondly — The Government of East Florida, bounded to the Westward by the Gulph of Mexico and the Apalachicola River; to the Northward by a Line drawn from that part of the said River where the Chatahouchee and Flint Rivers meet, to the source of St. l^nj-v's River, and by...
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