East New Market

Acts and Laws

1912 - Repeal & Reenact Boundaries of Town

AN ACT to repeal' section 139, Article 10, of the Code of Public Local Laws of Maryland, title "Dorchester County," sub-title "East New Market," and to re-enact the same with amendments.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland, That section 139, Article 10 of the Code of Public
Local Laws of Maryland, title "Dorchester County," sub-title "East New Market," be and the same is hereby repealed and re-enacted with amendments, so as to read as follows:

SECTION 139. The limit of the said town shall begin at the northwest corner of the Academy lot; thence running with
the eastern side of the new public road leading from Railroad avenue, to the Cambridge-East New Market public road, south 5 degrees east 625 feet to the south end of the Creamery lot; thence with same and the north edge of the said new
road south 82 degrees east 40 feet; thence with the east side of said new road south 10 1/2 degrees east 1,505 feet to the west side of the said Cambridge-East New Market road; thence with the west side of said road north 67 1/2 degrees east 347 feet to a point marked by a stone, opposite where a large cedar tree formerly stood on the opposite side of said road; thence in the line, with where the said cedar tree formerly stood south 73 degrees east 2,029 feet to a stone in the line of the right of way of the Cambridge and Seaford Railroad; thence north 22 degrees east 1,530 feet to the center of said Railroad avenue; thence still with the same course and with the line of the property of Edwin C. Bell 906 feet; thence at right angles north 68 degrees west 2,197 feet to a point in S. L. Webster's land; and thence south 51 1/2 degrees west 980 feet to the place of beginning.

SECTION 2. And be it enacted, That this act shall take effect from the date of its passage.

Approved April 8, 1912.