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having N. 16° 30' W.magnetic, as drawn on Plan 12, Record Book No. 2, designates the mouth of the Cocagne River.

“H. M. Commissioner claims that a line connecting Renouard Pt. and Pacquet Pt. as shown on said Plan 12, designates the mouth of the Cocagne River.

Shediac River.—The United States Commissioner claims that a line drawn from the northern extremity of Porier Pt. marked A on Plan 13, Record Book No. 2, to the opposite point, marked B, the said liue having N. 28° E. magnetic, designates the mouth of the Shediac River.

“H. M. Commissioner claims that a lino connecting Chene Pt. and Snake Pt. as shown on said Plan 13, designates the mouth of the Shediac River.

St. John Rirer.-The United States Commissioner claims that a line connecting Negro Pt. and Red Head, as drawn on Plan 14, Record Book No. 2, designates the mouth of the St. John River.

“H. M. Commissioner claims that a line connecting Sheldon Pt. and Inner Mispeck Pt., as shown on said Plau 14, designates the mouth of the St. John River.

“Dated at Boston, in the State of Massachusetts, this seventh day of October, A. D. 1857.

“G. G. CUSHMAN, U. S. Commissioner.
“M. H. PERLEY, H, M. Commissioner.

"NO. 16.—THE RIVERS SACO, KENNEBECK, PENOBSCOT, UNION, AND

MACHIAS, IN THE STATE OF MAINE.

“We, the undersigned, Commissioners under the Reciprocity Treaty between the United States and Great Britain, signed at Washington on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1851, having examined the Rivers Saco, Kennebeck, Penobscot, Union, and Machias, the said Rivers being within the limits of the State of Maine, United States of America, do hereby agree and decide, that the following described lines, as shown on Plans 15, 16, 17, and 18, Record Book No. 2, shall mark the mouths or outer limits of the said Rivers; and that all the waters within said lines shall be reserved and excluded from the common liberty of fishing therein, under the first and second articles of the Treaty aforesaid.

"Saco River. -A line bearing S., 5° E., (magnetic) from Hotel Point to the opposite shore, as drawn on Plan 15, Record Book No. 2.

Kennebeck River.-A line bearing S., 851° E., (magnetic) from the Southern extremity of Hunnewell's Point to the Southern extremity of Stage Island, as drawn on Plan 16, Record Book No. 2.

Penobscot River.-A line bearing North, 820 W., (magnetic) from Old Fort Point to the point on the opposite shore, as drawn on Plan 17, Record Book No. 2.

Union River.-A line bearing South, 87° E., (magnetic) from Weymouth Point to the opposite point, as drawn on Plan 17, Record Book No. 2.

Machias Rirer.- A line bearing North 50° E., (magnetic) from Birch Point to the opposite point, as drawn on Plan 18, Record Book No. 2.

“ Dated at Portland, in the State of Maine, this 5th day of June, A. D. 1858.

“G. G. ('USHMAN, l'. S. ('ommissioner.
“H. M. PERLEY, H. M. Commissioner.

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"NO. 17.–THE RIVERS SALMON, SHUBENACADIE, AVON, AND CORNWALLIS,

IN THE PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA.

“We, the undersigned, Commissioners under the Reciprocity Treaty between the United States and Great Britain, concluded and signed at Washington on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1854, having examined the River Salmon in the County of Colchester; the River Shubenacadie, the boundary between the Counties of Colchester and Hants; the River Avon, in the County of Hants; and the River Cornwallis, in the County of King's, all being within the limits of the Province of Nova Scotia; do hereby agree and decide, that the following described lines, as shown on Plan 19, Record Book No. 2, shall mark the mouths or outer limits of said Rivers; and that all the waters within said lines shall be reserved and excluded from the common right of tishing therein, under the first and second articles of the treaty aforesaid.

Salmon River.--A line bearing North, (magnetic) from the Southern side of the River to the opposite shore, as drawn on Plan 19, Record Book No. 2.

Shubenacadie River.- A line bearing S. 380 W., (magnetic) from the Eastern side of the River to the opposite shore, as drawn on Plan 19, Record Book No, 2.

Aron River.-A line from Horton Bluff, bearing N. 76 E., (magnetic) to Indian Point, as drawn on Plan 19, Record Book No. 2.

Cornwallis River.— A line from the Point on the Southern side of the River to the opposite shore, bearing N., 270 W., (magnetic) as drawu on Plan 19, Record Book No. 2. “Dated at the City of New York, this 18th day of November, A. D. 1858.

“ BENI'N WIGGIN, U, S, Commissioner. “H. M. PERLEY, H. M. Commissioner.

* NO. 18.—THE RIVERS SISSIBOO AND TUSKEET, IN THE PROVINCE OF

NOVA SCOTIA.

“We, the undersigned, Commissioners under the Reciprocity Treaty between the United States and Great Britain, concluded and signed at Washington on the 5th day of June, A. 1). 1854, having examined the River Sissiboo, in the County of Digby; and the River Tuskeet, in the County of Yarmouth, both being within the limits of the Province of Nova Scotia, do hereby agree and decide, that the following described lines, as shown on Plan 20, Record Book No. 2, shall mark the mouths or outer limits of said Rivers; and that all the waters within said lines shall be reserved and excluded from the common right of fishing therein, under the first and second articles of the Treaty aforesaid.

Sissiboo River.-A line from the Eastern side of the River, bearing S., 39° W., (magnetic) to the opposite shore, as drawn on Plan 20, Record Book No. 2.

Tuskeet Rirer.-A line from the Southern extremity of the Island, situated at the “Narrows,” bearing N., 86° E., (magnetic) as drawn on Plan 20, Record Book No. 2. Dated at the City of New York, this 18th day of November, A. 1). 1858.

• BENI'N WIGGIN, U. S. Commissioner. "M. H. PERLEY, H. V. Commissioner.

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“NO. 19.—THE RIVER LIVERPOOL, IN THE PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA.

“We, the undersigned, Commissioners under the Reciprocity Treaty be-
tween Great Britain and the United States, concluded and signed at Wash-
ington on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1851, having examined the Liverpool
River, in the County of Queen's, Province of Nova Scotia, do hereby
agree and decide, that a line from Fort Point bearing North (magnetic)
to the opposite shore, as shown on Plan 21, Record Book No. 2, shall mark
the mouth or outer limit of the said Liverpool River; and that all the
waters within, or to the westward of said Jine, shall be reserved and ex-
cluded from the Common right of fishing therein, under the first and
second articles of the Treaty aforesaid.
“Dated at the City of New York, this 18th day of November, A. D. 1858.

“ BENJ'Y WIGGIN, U. S. Commissioner.
“M, H. PERLEY, H. J. Commissioner.

"NO. 20.-THE RIVERS LE HAVE AND GOLD, IN THE PROVINCE OF NOTA

SCOTIA.

“We, the undersigned, Commissioners under the Reciprocity Treaty
between the United States and Great Britain, concluded and signed at
Washington on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1854, having examined the
rivers Le Have and Gold, in the County of Luenbury, Province of Nova
Scotia, do hereby agree and decide, that the following described lines, as
shown on Plan 22, Record Book No. 2, shall mark the mouths or outer
limits of said Rivers; and that all the waters within, or to the North warul
of said lines, shall be reserved and excluded from the common right of
fishing therein, under the first and second articles of the treaty aforesaid.

Le Hare Rirer.-A line bearing N. 83° W. (magnetic) from the Point
on the Eastern side of the River to the opposite shore, as drawn on Plau
22, Record Book No. 2.

Gold River.-A line bearing West, (magnetic) from the Point on the
Eastern side of the River to the opposite shore, as drawn on Plan 22,
Record Book No. 2.
“Dated at the City of Now York, this 18th day of November, A. D. 1858.

“BENI'Y Wiggin, ('. S. Commissioner.
“H. M. PERLEY, H, M. Commissioner.

"NO. 21.—THE RIVER SAINT MARY'S, IN THE PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA.

“We, the undersigned, Commissioners under the Reciprocity Treaty
between the United States and Great Britain, concluded and signed at
Washington on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1851, having examined the River
Saint Mary's, in the County of Guysborough, Province of Nova Scotia, do
hereby agree and decide, that a line bearing S., 48° W., (magnetic) drawni
from a Point on the Eastern side of the River to the opposite shore, as
shown on Plan 23, Record Book, No. 2, shall mark the mouth or outer limit
of the said River; and that all the waters within, or to the Northward of
said line, shall be reserved and excluded from the common right of fishing
therein, under the first and second articles of the Treaty aforesaid.
“Dated at the City of New York, this 18th day of November, 1858.

“Beni'n Wiggin, U. S. Commissioner.
“M. H. PERLEY, H. M. Commissioner.

"NO. 22.-THE RIVER PICTOU, IN THE PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA.

“We, the undersigned, Commissioners under the Reciprocity Treaty
between the United States and Great Britain, concluded and signed at
Washington on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1861, having examined the River
Picton, in the County of Pictou, Province of Nova Scotia, do hereby agree
and decide, that a line bearing N., 21° 45' E., (magnetic) drawn from the
Light House on the South side of the entrance, to the Bluff on the oppo-
site shore, as shown on the Plan 24, Record Book No. 2, shail mark the
mouth or outer limit of the said River; and that all the waters within, or
to the Westward of said line, shall be reserved and excluded from the
common liberty of fishing therein, under the first and second articles of
the Treaty aforesaid.
“Dated at the City of New York, this 18th day of November, A. D. 1858.

“ BENJ'N WIGGIN, U. S. Commissioner.
M. H. PERLEY, H. M. Commissioner.

"NO. 23.—THE RIVER WALLACE, IN TILE PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA.

“ We, the undersigned, Commissioners uwder the Reciprocity Treaty
between the United States and Great Britain, concluded and sigued at
Washington on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1851, having examined the Wal-
lace River, in the County of Cumberland, Province of Nova Scotia, do
hereby agree and decide, that a line bearing N., 14° E., (magnetic) drawn
from Caulfield Point to Palmer Point, as shewn on the Plan 25, Record
Book No. 2, shall mark the mouth or outer limit of the said River; and
that all the waters within, or to the Westward of said line, shall be
reserved and excluded from the common right of fishing therein, under
the first and second articles of the Treaty aforesaid.
“Dated at the City of New York, this 18th day of November, A. D. 1858.

BENJ’N WIGGIN, U. S. Commissioner.
M. H. PERLEY, H. M. Commissioner.

"NO. 24.—THE RIVERS PUGWASH AND PHILIP, IN THE PROVINCE OF

NOVA SCOTIA.

“We, the undersigned, Commissioners under the Reciprocity Treaty
between the United States and Great Britain, concluded and signed a
Washington on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1854, having examined the
the Rivers Pugwash and Philip, in the County of Cumberland, Province
of Nova Scotia, do hereby agree and decide the following described lines
as shown on Plan 26, Record Book No. 2, shall mark the mouths or outer
limits of the said Rivers; and that all the waters within the said lines,
shall be reserved and excluded from the common right of fishing therein,
under the first and second articles of the Treaty aforesaid.

Pugwash Rirer.-A line bearing North, 68° West, (magnetic) connecting
Pinco Point and Fox Point, as drawn on Plan 26, Record Book No. 2.

Philip River.- A line bearing N. 28° 45' W., (magnetic), connecting
Bergeman Point and Lewis Head, as drawn on Plan 26, Record Book No. 2.
“Dated at the City of New York, this 18th day of Nove:nber, A. D. 1858.

"BENI'N Wiggin, U. S. Commissioner.

“M. H. PERLEY, H, Y. Commissioner.
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"NO. 25. --THE PAWCA LUCK RIVER. TIE BOUNDARY BETWEEN THE

STATES OF CONNECTICUT AND RHODE ISLAND. “We, the undersigned, Commissioners under the Reciprocity Treaty between the United States and Great Britain, concluded and signed at Washington on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1851, having examined the Pawcatuck River, separating the States of Connecticut and Rhode Island, in the United States, do hereby agree and decide, that a line bearing S., 39° E., (magnetic) drawn from Pawcatuck Point to the opposite shore, as shown on Plan 27, Record Book No. 2, shall mark the moutb or outer limit of the said River; and that all the waters within, or to the Eastward of said line, shall be reserved and excluded from the common right of fishing therein, under the first and second articlos of the Treaty aforesaid. “Dated at the City of New York, this 18th day of November, A. D. 1858.

“BENJ’N WIGGIN, U. S. Commissioner. “M. H. PERLEY, H. J. Commissioner.

“NO. 26.-THE RIVER THAMES, IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT, UNITED

STATES.

“Wo, the undersigned, Commissioners under the Reciprocity Treaty between the United States and Great Britain, concluded and signed at Washington on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1851, having examined the River Thames, in the State of Connecticut, United States, do hereby agree and decide, that a line bearing N., 83° E., (magnetic) drawn from Eastern Point to the Light House opposite, as shown on Plan 28, Record Book No.2, shall mark the mouth or outer limit of the said River; and that all the waters within, or to the Northward of said line, shall be reserved and excluded from the common right of fishing therein, under the first and second articles of the Treaty aforesaid. “Dated at the City of New York, this 18th day of November, A. D. 1858.

“BENI’N WIGGIN, U. S. Commissioner. “M. H. PERLEY, H. M. Commissioner.

"NO. 27.-CONNECTICUT RIVER, IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT.

“We, the undersigned, Commissioners under the Reciprocity Treaty between the United States and Great Britain, concluded and signed at Washington on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1831, having examined the ('onnecticut River, in the State of Connecticut, United States, do hereby agree and decide, that a line bearing S., 67° W., (magnetic) drawn from Griswold's Point to the Light House on Lyndes Point, as shown on Plan 29, Record Book No. 2, shall mark the mouth or outer limit of the said River; and that all the waters within, or to the N rthward of said line, shall be reserved and excluded from the common right of fishing therein, under the first and second articles of the Treaty aforesaid. “Dated at the City of New York, this 18th day of November, A. D. 1858.

“BENI'N WIGGIN, L. S. Commissioner, “M. H. PERLEY, H. M. Commissioner.

"NO. 28. -THE HOUSATONIC RIVER, IN THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT.

“We, the undersigned, Commissioners under the Reciprocity Treaty between the United States and Great Britain, concluded and signed at Washington on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1854, having examined the

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