Chap. 0150 An Act TO ESTABLISH THE BOUNDARY LInE BETWEEN THE TOWNS OF HAMILTON AND IpSWICh.
Be it enacted, etc., as follows:
Section 1. The following described line shall hereafter be the boundary line between the towns of Hamilton and Ipswich : - Beginning at the corner of the towns of Essex, Hamilton and Ipswich at a granite monument lettered E h I, in latitude forty-two degrees, thirty-eight minutes, twenty-eight and ninety-two hundredths seconds and longitude seventy degrees, forty-nine minutes, two and seventy-five hundredths seconds ; thence north seventy-four degrees, four minutes west, true bearing, one thou-
sand throe hundred and fifty-one feet to the easterly side line of Candlewood road, at a point opposite and about live feet casterl}' from a granite monument lettered 111, in latitude forty-two degrees, thirty-eight minutes, thirty-two and fifty-nine hundredths seconds and longitude seventy degrees, forty-nine minutes, twenty and two tenths seconds : thence southerly along the easterly side line of the road, one thousand six hundred feet; thence westerly about seventy feet, crossing the road on a line at right angles thereto, to a point in the westerly side line of the road ; thence southerly along the westerly side line of the road, about one thousand six hundred feet to a point opposite and about four feet westerly from a granite monument lettered h I, in latitude forty-two degrees, thirty-eight minutes, three and thirty-two hundredths seconds and longitude seventy degrees, forty-nine minutes, twenty-eight and seventy-four hundredths seconds ; thence north fifty-five degrees, forty-two minutes west, true bearing, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one feet to a granite monument lettered h I, in latitude forty-two degrees, thirty-eight minutes, thirteen and thirty-two hundredths seconds and longitude seventy degrees, forty-nine minutes, forty-eight and fifty-eight hundredths seconds ; thence in the same direction about one thousand and fifteen feet to the middle of Miles river; thence down stream, along the centre line of the river, about one and six tenths miles to its junction with the centre line of Long Causeway brook; thence up the brook about one and one tenth miles to its head at the spring described in chapter five hundred and five of the acts of the year eighteen hundred and ninety-six ; thence continuing about eight feet westerly to a granite monument lettered H I, in latitude forty-two degrees, thirty-eight minutes, thirty-three and eighty-one hundredths seconds and longitude seventy degrees, fifty-one minutes, twenty-four and thirty-one hundredths seconds ; thence south forty-five degrees, fifty-five minutes west, true bearing, five hundred and fifteen feet, crossing the tracks of the eastern division of the Boston and Maine railroad, to a granite monument lettered h I, in latitude forty-two degrees, thirty-eight minutes, thirty and twenty-seven hundredths seconds and longitude seventy degrees, fifty-one minutes, twenty-nine and twenty-six hundredths seconds ; thence north forty-two degrees, thirty-three minutes west, true bearing, two thousand two hundred and fifty feet to
a granite monument lettered h I, in latitude forty-two degrees, thirty-eight minutes, forty-six and sixty-four hundredths seconds and longitude seventy degrees, fifty-one minutes, forty-nine and sixty-two hundredths seconds ; thence north eleven degrees, fifty-six minutes east, true bearing, two thousand eight hundred and sixty-four feet to a granite monument lettered h I, in latitude forty-two degrees, thirty-nine minutes, fourteen and thirty-two hundredths seconds and longitude seventy degrees, fifty-one minutes, forty-one and sixty-nine hundredths seconds, being the " old boundary stone on the road leading from Kents corner to the back side of Hamilton " ; thence north fifteen degrees, twenty-five minutes cast, true bearing, one thousand two hundred and twenty-nine feet to a granite monument lettered h I, in latitude forty-two degrees, thirty-nine minutes, twenty-six and two hundredths seconds and longitude seventy degrees, fifty-one minutes, thirty-seven and thirty-two hundredths seconds; thence in the same direction about one hundred and fifty feet to the middle of Ipswich river : thence westerly about two and seven tenths miles, along the centre line of the river, to the corner of the towns of Hamilton, Ipswich and Tops-held, at the mouth of Gravelly brook.
Section 2. This act shall take effect upon its passage.
Approved March 12, 1904.