The Laws of Texas, 1925 [Volume 23] Page: 52 of 822
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40 SPECIAL LAWS.
Beginning at the S. W. corner of the M. C. Salinas Survey No.
17, Burnet County, Texas; thence east with the south line of
said Salinas survey to its intersection with the county line of
Burnet and Travis counties; thence N. 30' E. with said county
line to its intersection with the division line between T. P. Wood
and M. Kennedy's subdivision of said Salinas Survey No. 17;
thence north with said division line, the same being the west
line of Haynie Flat School District No. 54, to the intersection
of said division line with the Colorado River; thence up said
Colorado River with its meanderings to the N. W. corner of the
M. C. Salinas Survey No. 15; thence south 1375 varas, the N. E.
corner of the W. S. Martin Survey No. 824; thence west 400
varas, another corner of said Martin survey; thence south 300
varas, a corner of Levi Fowler survey; thence west 540 varas
to the S. W. corner of said Fowler survey; thence north 50
varas, the S. E. corner of the Joshua Woody Survey No. 72;
thence west 540 varas, the S. W. corner of said Woody survey;
thence S. 39 22' W. 3945 varas, the N. E. corner of the Edward
E. Williams Survey No. 260; thence west with the north line of
said Edward E. Williams survey 2869 varas, the N. W. corner
of said Edward E. Williams survey, being also corner of the N.
W. Dawson survey; thence south 5285 varas, the S. W. corner of
said Edward E. Williams survey; thence east 217 varas, a corner
of the J. T. Conn Survey No. 272; thence S. 10 E. 1037
varas, another corner of said Conn survey; thence S. 80 W.
687 varas to the line of Burnet and Blanco counties; thence S.
72 2' E. with said line, 13757 varas to the west line of the A thence north at 255 varas, the S. W.
corner of said Salinas Survey No. 17, the place of beginning,
comprising the following surveys and parts of surveys, to-wit:
Edward E. Williams Survey No. 260, Abst. No. 945, 2390
acres; Levi James Survey No. 261, Abst. No. 1839, 14 acres;
Jefferson Barton survey, Abst. No. 1837, 20 acres; M. W. Smith
Survey 'No. 255, Abst. No. 833, 320 acres; Geo. W. Herrick Survey
No. 256, Abst. No. 425, 516 acres; Alfred D. Lowe Survey
No. 250, Abst. No. 548, 640 acres, John H. Love Survey No. 254,
Abst. No. 562, 320 acres; John H. Love Survey No. 258, Abst.
No. 561, 640 acres; James Wormsley Survey No. 257, Abst. No.
958, 404 acres; Mateas Silva Survey No. 261, Abst No. 778,
1777 acres; W. H. Fowler Survey No. 1634, Abst. No. 1838, 34
acres; Prosper Hope Survey No. 257, Abst. No. 1486, 35 acres;
John Webb Survey No. 253, Abst. No. 963, 191 acres; J. C.
Pierce survey, Abstract No. 1323, 160 acres; Francisco Cavillo
survey, Abst. No. 176, 381/2 acres; Temple O. Shugart survey,
Abst. No. 1337, 3 acres; T. Robert Gamble survey,
Abst. No. 1035, 128 acres, 32 acres in Blanco County; Charles
R. Duncan Survey No. 1534, Abst. No. 1573, 119 acres; James
H. Johnson Survey No. 16, Abst. No. 477, 4605 acres; James
Cooper Survey No. 262, Abst. No. 175, 1161 acres; James Carr
Survey No. 261, Abst. No. 194, 320 acres; T. C. F. Burton Survey No.
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