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16 links dist 1st rate 20 links 25 links wide 2d rate azimuth bank of Chickeeles base line bears N bears N. E. beech black oak blaze buckeye bur oak Chickeeles River corner I run corner post corner to fractional corner to sections creek deputy surveyor distance east boundary field notes fractional sections 17 hickory inches Intersected island lake Land gently rolling Land level left bank line between sections links north meander corner mound N. E. and S. W. needle notches post corner post for corner post for quarter-section post for temporary public lands Quadrangular Trench random line range right bank run West runs S. W. sections 19 sections 25 sections 31 Set a post south boundary stone stream subject to inundation sugar tree swamp temporary quarter-section corner Timber tions Township 25 true line true meridian undergrowth Variation 17 walnut white oak Willamette meridian Willamette meridian-Continued
Page 7 - ... the sections and half sections bounded on the northern and western lines of such townships shall be sold as containing only the quantity expressed in the returns and plats, respectively, and all others as containing the complete legal quantity.
Page 19 - 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 depth.
Page 7 - And in all cases where the exterior lines of the townships, thus to be subdivided into sections or half sections, shall exceed or shall not extend six miles, the excess or deficiency shall be specially noted, and added to or deducted from the western and northern ranges of sections or half sections in such township, according as the error may be in running the lines from east to west, or from south to north...
Page 7 - ... from the strict requirements of law, as respects the precise area of townships and the subdivisional parts, thereof, the township assuming something of a trapezoidal form, which inequality develops itself more and more as such the higher the latitude of the surveys.
Page 16 - The precise relative position of islands, in a township made fractional by the river in which the same are situated, is to be determined trigonometrically — sighting to a flag or other fixed object on the island, from a special and carefully measured base line, connected with the surveyed...
Page 12 - At all township corners, and at all section corners, on range or township lines, four bearing trees are to be marked in this manner, one in each of the adjoining sections. At interior section corners four trees, one to stand within each of the four sections to which such corner is common, are to be marked in manner aforesaid, if such be found.
Page 18 - ... bottom"; or swamp, marsh, grove, and windfall, with the course of the same at both points of intersection; also the distances at which you begin to ascend, arrive at the top, begin to descend and reach the foot of all remarkable hills and ridges, with their courses, and estimated height, in feet, above the level land of the surrounding country, or above the bottom lands, ravines, or waters near which they are situated.
Page 7 - The law requires that the lines of the public surveys shall be governed by the true meridian, and that the townships shall be six miles square — two things involving in connection a mathematical impossibility — for, strictly to conform to the meridian, necessarily throws the township out of square, by reason of the convergency of 'meridians, and hence, by...