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IN BOARD OF STREET COMMISSIONERS, May 27, 1872.

RESOLVED, That the safety and convenience of the inhabitants of the city require that Beach STREET should be widened on the southerly side, from Washington street to Harrison avenue; and for that purpose it is necessary to take and lay out as a public street or way of the said city, a parcel of land belonging to THE HEIRS OF RUEL BAKER, bounded as follows, viz. : southwestwardly by the proposed line of widening of Beach street, there measuring seventy-six and 1% feet, northwestwardly by Washington street, twenty and 18% feet; northeastwardly by the present line of Beach street, seventy-five and 10 feet, and southeastwardly by a passage-way, twenty and 10 feet; containing fifteen hundred and forty-two square feet, more or less.

A parcel of land belonging to MARY BOURNE, bounded as follows, viz. : southwestwardly by the proposed line of widening of Beach street, there measuring twenty-two and 103 feet; northwestwardly by a passage-way, twenty and 7

100 feet; northeastwardly by the present line of Beach street, twenty-six and 14% feet, and southeastwardly by land hereinafter described as taken from Charles L. Lynch, twenty and feet, containing four hundred and ninety-eight square feet, more or less.

A parcel of land belonging to CHARLES L. LYNCH, bounded as follows, viz. : southwestwardly by the proposed line of widening of Beach street, there measuring eighteen and 1 feet; northwestwardly by land before described as taken

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