An Act to define and establish the Lines of the Township of Dartmouth.
(Passed the 20th day of March, 1846.)
WHEREAS some uncertainty exists as regards the limits of the Township of Dartmouth, and it is desirable that the Boundaries thereof should be defined and established :
Boundaries of Township of Dartmouth:
1. Be it therefore enacted, by the Lieutenant-Governor, Council, and Assembly, That the Lines and Boundaries of the said Township of Dartmouth shall be established and settled as follows, that is to say :- Beginning on the Eastern side of Bedford Basin at the head of Pace’s Cove at low water mark, and thence to run North seventy-four degrees East until it meets the main stream running into Lake Major, thence Southerly through the centre of Lake Major and West Salmon River to the waters of Cole Harbor, thence in a direct line to the centre of the Narrows or entrance into Cole Harbor, and thence Southwestwardly along the shore the several courses of the shore to Roaring Point, thence northerly following the course of the Shore of the Main Land at low water mark to the place of beginning, so as not to include any Islands lying on or near the said Shore.
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