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" The soil — whether first, second, third, or fourth rate. 9. Timber — the several kinds of timber and undergrowth, in the order in which they predominate. 10. Bottom lands — to be described as wet or dry, and if subject to inundation, state to what... "
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE SURVEYORS GENERAL OF PUBLIC LANDS OF THE UNITED STATES, - Page 19
by INSTRUCTIONS TO THE SURVEYORS GENERAL OF PUBLIC LANDS OF THE UNITED STATES. - 1871
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Decisions of the Interior Department in Public Land Cases, and Land Laws ...

William Wharton Lester - Land tenure - 1860 - 786 pages
...9. Timber — the several kinds of timber and undergrowth, in the order in which they predominate. 10. Bottom lands — to be described as wet or dry,...if subject to inundation, state to what depth. 11. Spring* of water — whether fresh, saline, or mineral, with the course of the stream flowing from...
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The Civil-engineer & Surveyor's Manual

Michael McDermott - Civil engineering - 1879 - 540 pages
...Note. It would be well, as in Europe, to show the high and low water mark. Springs of water — if fresh, saline, or mineral ; with the course of the stream flowing from them. Note. This supposes that the surveyor has a knowledge of chemistry. To those who have not such knowledge,...
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Instructions of the Commissioner of the General Land Office to the Surveyors ...

United States. General Land Office - Public lands - 1881 - 138 pages
...9. Timber — the several kinds of timber and undergrowth, in the order in which they predominate. 10. Bottom lands — to be described as wet or dry,...describing their banks and giving their height, and also depth of water, and whether it be pure or stagnant. 13. Improvements. Towns and villages; houses or...
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A Manual of Land Surveying: Comprising an Elementary Course of Practice with ...

Charles Fitzroy Bellows, Francis Hodgman - Surveying - 1886 - 494 pages
...rate. 9. Timber— the several kinds of timber and undergrowth, in the order in which they predominate. 11. Springs of water— whether fresh, saline, or...and ponds— describing their banks and giving their hight, and also depth of water, and whether it be pure or stagnant. 13. Improvements. Towns and villages;...
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A Treatise on Plane Surveying

Daniel Carhart - Surveying - 1888 - 530 pages
...rate. Timber — the several kinds of timber and undergrowth, in. the order in which they predominate. Bottom lands — to be described as wet or dry ; and if subject to inundation, state to what depth. Springs of water — whether fresh, saline, or mineral, with the course of the stream flowing from...
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A Treatise on Plane Surveying

Daniel Carhart - Surveying - 1888 - 540 pages
...Bottom lands — to be described as wet or dry ; and if subject to inundation, state to what depth. Springs of water — whether fresh, saline, or mineral, with the course of the stream flowing from them. Lakes and ponds — describing their banks and giving their height, and also depth of water, and whether...
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A Treatise on Plane Surveying

Daniel Carhart - Surveying - 1888 - 528 pages
...Springs of water — whether fresh, saline, or mineral, with the course of the stream flowing from them. Lakes and ponds — describing their banks and giving their height, and also depth of water, and whether it be pure or stagnant. Improvements — towns and villages ; houses or...
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Manual of Instructions for the Survey of the Public Lands of the United States

United States. Bureau of Land Management - Surveying - 1890 - 192 pages
...9. Timber — the several kinds of timber and undergrowth, in the order in which they predominate. 10. Bottom lands — to be described as wet or dry,...to inundation, state to what depth. 11. Springs of tcattr — whether fresh, saline, or mineral, with the course of the stream tiowing from them. 12....
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A Manual of Land Surveying: Comprising an Elementary Course of Practice with ...

Francis Hodgman, Charles Fitzroy Bellows - Surveying - 1891 - 520 pages
...rate. 9. Timber— the several kinds of timber and undergrowth, in the order in which they predominate. 10. Bottom lands— to be described as wet or dry,...ponds — describing their banks and giving their hight, and also depth of water, and whether it be pure or stagnant. 13. Improvements. Towns and villages;...
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A Treatise on Plane Surveying

Daniel Carhart - Surveying - 1893 - 528 pages
...described as wet or dry; and if subject to inundation, state to what depth. S2)rings of water—whether fresh, saline, or mineral, with the course of the stream flowing from them. Lakes and ponds — describing their banks and giving their height, and also depth of water, and whether...
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