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the said railroad right of way, as the same is now occupied and operated for railroad purposes, to the center of the Bronx river; thence still along the railroad boundary, to a point which is one hundred feet from the center of the river channel; thence by a varying line parallel to and distant one hundred feet easterly from the center of the river channel, to the boundary between the city of Mount Vernon and the town of Eastchester; thence westerly along the said boundary and the southerly line of Midland avenue, to the easterly boundary of the said railroad right of way, at the point or place of beginning.

Parcels numbers eight, nine, ten and eleven, being situate, lying and being partly in the city of Yonkers and partly in the town of Eastchester, county of Westchester and state of New York:

Parcel No. 8. Beginning at the intersection of the easterly boundary of the lands and right of way of the New York Central and Hudson River railroad company, with the northerly line of Midland avenue; thence continuing northerly along the said easterly boundary of the said railroad right of way, as the same is now occupied and operated for railroad purposes, to the center of the Bronx river; thence still along the said right of way boundary to a point which is one hundred feet distant from the center of the river channel; thence in general southeasterly direction by varying line, parallel to and one hundred feet distant easterly from the center of the river channel to the boundary line between the town of Eastchester and the city of Mount Vernon; thence westerly along the said boundary and the northerly line of said Midland avenue, to the said easterly line of the railroad right of way, at the point or place of beginning.

Parcel No. 9.- Beginning at the intersection of the northerly line of Midland avenue with the westerly boundary of the lands and right of way of the New York Central and Hudson River railroad company; thence continuing along the said westerly boundary of the said railroad right of way, as the same is now occupied and operated for railroad purposes, to the center of the Bronx river; thence still continuing along the said right of way boundary, to a point three hundred feet distant from the center of said river channel; thence northwesterly on a line parallel to the general course of the river, to a line parallel to and distant one hundred feet westerly from the westerly line of Front avenue; thence northerly along the said line, parallel to and one hundred

feet westerly from Front avenue, and the same line prolonged, to a point in the westerly line of DeWitt avenue; thence continuing westerly at right angles to De Witt avenue, one hundred feet; thence northerly by a line parallel to and one hundred feet westerly from the westerly line of DeWitt avenue, and the said Front avenue, to the southerly line of Stone place; thence westerly along the said southerly line of Stone place, to the westerly line of Paxton avenue; thence northerly along the said westerly line of Paxton avenue to Palmer avenue; thence easterly along Palmer avenue to a point one hundred feet easterly from the center of the said river channel; thence northerly by a varying line, parallel to and one hundred feet distant easterly from the center of the said river channel to the southerly line of Swain street; thence along Swain strect, to a point distant two hundred fect easterly from the center line of the said river channel; thence in a general northerly direction by a varying line parallel to and two hundred feet distant easterly from the center of the said river channei to the westerly boundary of the lands and right of way of the New York Central and Hudson River railroad company; thence northerly along the said westerly boundary of said railroad right of way, as the same is now occupied and operated for railroad purposes, to an intersection with the prolongation of the northerly line of a proposed highway designated as Garrett street; thence by a straight line in a northerly direction to a point in the southeasterly line of Tuckahoe road, distant approximately five hundred feet easterly from the center of the said river channel; thence westerly along the said southeasterly line of Tuckahoe road to intersection with the easterly line of the New York aqueduct or pipe line road; thence southerly along the said casterly boundary of the aqueduct line to the southerly line of Swain street; thence westerly along the said southerly line of Swain street to the easterly line of Bronxville road; thence southerly along the said easterly boundary of Bronxville road, across Palmer avenue to boundary between the lands now or formerly of one Smith, and tract of land known as " Bronx Manor;" thence easterly along the said boundary to the easterly boundary of the New York aqueduct or pipe line road; thence along the said easterly boundary of the said aqueduct line to its intersection with the said northerly line of Midland avenue; thence along the northerly line of Midland avenue to the said westerly line of the said New York Central and Hudson River railroad company's right of way, at the point or place of beginning.

Parcel No. 10. Beginning at the intersection of the easterly line of New York aqueduct or pipe line road with the northwesterly line of Tuckahoe road; thence continuing along the northwesterly line of the said Tuckahoe road to the southerly line of Scarsdale road; thence along the said Scarsdale road to a point distant fifty feet easterly from the center line of the Bronx river channel; thence northerly by a varying course, parallel to and distant fifty feet from the center line of said river channel, to a point opposite the northerly line of Bronx street; thence along the said northerly line of Bronx street, to the westerly boundary of the lands and right of way of the New York Central and Hudson River railroad company; thence northerly along the said westerly boundary of the said railroad right of way, as the same is now occupied and operated for railroad purposes, to the southerly line of highway designated as Bronx parkway, at Yonkers park station; thence along still other streets as located and opened in so-called Yonkers park; westerly along the said southerly line of the Bronx parkway, to the easterly line of Grant avenue; thence along the easterly line of Grant avenue, to the southerly line of Chestnut street; thence along the said southerly line of Chestnut street, to the easterly line of Read avenue; thence along the easterly line of Read avenue, to the southerly line of Oak street; thence along the said southerly line of Oak street, to the southerly line of Central avenue; thence continuing along the said southerly line of Central avenue, to the easterly boundary of the New York aqueduct road or Scarsdale avenue; thence along the said easterly boundary of the said aqueduct road, southerly to its intersection with the said northerly line of Tuckahoe road, at the point or place of beginning.

Parcel No. 11.- Beginning at the intersection of the westerly boundary of the lands and right of way of the New York Central and Hudson River railroad company, with the northerly line of the aforesaid Bronx parkway; thence continuing along the said northerly line of the said Bronx parkway, and the northerly line of Maple street to the easterly line of the aforesaid Read avenue; thence along the said easterly line of Read avenue and along the easterly line of Easterly avenue to the lands now or formerly of one Reynolds; thence through the said Reynolds' lands and other undivided tracts by a varying line continuing northerly along the top of erosion slope at a distance approximately five hundred feet. westerly from the railroad line to the easterly line of Ridge street;

thence along the said easterly line of Ridge street to the northerly line of Walnut street; thence along the northerly line of Walnut street to the easterly line of Maple avenue; thence along the said easterly line of Maple avenue to a point five hundred feet southerly from Harney street; thence westerly by a line parallel to and five hundred feet southerly from the said Harney street, to the easterly line of the aforesaid New York aqueduct or pipe line road; thence northerly along the said easterly boundary of the aqueduct line, to the boundary between the city of Yonkers and the town of Greenburgh; thence easterly along the said boundary, to the center of the Bronx river; thence along the center of the said Bronx river to the boundary line between the towns of Eastchester and Scarsdale; thence easterly continuing along the said boundary to the westerly line of Popham road; thence continuing southerly along the said westerly line of Popham road and by a varying line following approximately the top of the erosion slope at an average distance of two hundred feet from the center of the river channel, through undivided lands now or formerly of one Garth, to the northerly line of the said Harney street; thence easterly along the said northerly line of Harney street, to the westerly boundary of the lands and right of way of the New York Central and Hudson River railroad company; thence continuing southerly along the said westerly boundary of the said railroad right of way, as the same is now occupied and operated for railroad purposes, to the said northerly line of Bronx parkway, at the point or place of beginning.

Parcels numbers twelve and thirteen, situate, lying and being partly in the town of Scarsdale, and partly in the town of Greenburgh, county of Westchester and state of New York.

Parcel No. 12. Beginning at a point in the center of the Bronx river, and in the boundary between the town of Eastchester and the town of Scarsdale, thence easterly along the said town boundary to the westerly line of Popham road; thence along the said westerly line of Popham road, and to the northerly line of the Scarsdale station road; thence easterly along the said northerly line of the Scarsdale station road to the westerly boundary of the lands and right of way of the New York Central and Hudson River railroad company; ence northerly along the said westerly boundary of the said railroad right of way, as the same is now occupied and operated for railroad purposes, to a point where the same intersects the easterly boundary of the New York

aqueduct or pipe line road; thence southerly along the said boundary of aqueduct road to its intersection with the boundary between the town of Greenburgh and the city of Yonkers; thence easterly along the said boundary to the center of Bronx river; thence along the said river to the boundary of the town of Scarsdale, at the point or place of beginning.

Parcel No. 13.- Beginning at a point in the easterly boundary of the lands and right of way of the New York Central and Hudson River railroad company, and in the southerly line of a private road crossing the railroad immediately north of the Scarsdale station; thence northerly and easterly along the said southerly boundary of the said private road, to a point opposite the easterly line of a proposed road extending along the lands of one Crane; thence northerly along the easterly line of said proposed road, northerly along the boundary of the said Crane's land, and through the undivided lands of one Duncan, to the lands of one Butler; thence northerly through the undivided lands of the said Butler by a varying line extending parallel to and distant approximately two hundred feet easterly from the top of the river bank slope, to the southerly side of Fisher street, opposite the easterly line of a proposed street; thence northerly across Fisher street, and northerly along the easterly line of the said proposed street, and through further undivided lands, by a varying line extending approximately along the top of the river bank slope, to a point in the boundary line between the town of Scarsdale and the town of White Plains; thence westerly along the said boundary to the center of the Bronx river; thence southerly along the center of the said river, to the southerly boundary of the village of White Plains; thence westerly along the said boundary of the easterly boundary of the New York Central and Hudson River railroad company; thence southerly along the said easterly boundarý of the said railroad right of way, as the same is now occupied and operated for railroad purposes to the southerly side of the aforesaid private road north of Scarsdale station, at the point or place of beginning.

Parcels numbers fourteen and fifteen, situate, lying and being partly in the town of White Plains, and partly in the town of Greenburgh, county of Westchester and state of New York.

Parcel No. 14.- Beginning at the intersection of the westerly line of Walworth avenue with the boundary line between

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