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" Meridian of the first Fountain of the River of Pattowmack, thence verging towards the South, unto the further Bank of the said River, and following the same on the West and South, unto a certain Place called Cinquack, situate near the Mouth of the said... "
Final Report of the Virginia Commissioners on the Maryland and Virginia ... - Page 10
1874 - 221 pages
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American Annual Register, Volume 1

Joseph Blunt - History - 1827
...the south unto the further bank of the aforesaid river, and following the west and south side thereof unto a certain place called Cinquack, situate near the mouth of the said river, where it falls into the bay of Chesapeak, and from thence by a straight line unto the aforesaid...
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Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Chancery of Maryland ..., Volume 2

Theodorick Bland - Equity - 1840
...towards the south unto the further bank of the said river, and following the same on the west and south unto a certain place called Cinquack, situate near the mouth of the said river,' &c. (g} To the full extent of this call for the right bank of the Potomac, (h) Maryland...
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Archives of Maryland, Volume 10

Elizabeth Merritt, Aubrey C. Land - Archives - 1837
...towards the south, unto the farther bank of the said river^tnd following the same on the west and south, unto a certain place called Cinquack, situate near the mouth of the said river, where it disembogues into the aforesaid bay of Chesapeake, and thence by the shortest line...
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Reports of Cases Decided in the High Court of Chancery of Maryland ..., Volume 2

Theodorick Bland - Equity - 1840
...towards the south unto the further bank of the said river, and following the same on the west and south unto a certain place called Cinquack, situate near the mouth of the said river,' &c. (g) To the full extent of this call for the right bank of the Potomac, (A) Maryland...
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The history of the Church of England in the colonies and foreign ..., Volume 2

James Stuart Murray Anderson - Great Britain - 1848
...towards the south, unto the further bank of the said river, and following the same on the west and south, unto a certain place called Cinquack, situate near the mouth of the said river, where it disembogues into the aforesaid river of Chessopeake, and thence by the shortest...
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Annals of Pennsylvania: From the Discovery of the Delaware ... 1609-1682

Samuel Hazard - Pennsylvania - 1850 - 664 pages
...south unto the further bank of the aforesaid river, and following the west and south side thereof, unto a certain place called Cinquack, situate near the mouth of the said river, where it falls into the Bay of Chesapeake, and from thence by a straight line, unto the...
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Charters of the Old English Colonies in America: With an Introduction and Notes

Samuel Lucas - Carolina - 1850 - 123 pages
...the south unto the further Bank of the aforesaid river, and following the west and south side thereof unto a certain place called Cinquack, situate near the mouth of the said river, where it falls into the bay of Chesapeak, and from thence by a straight line unto the aforesaid...
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ANNALS OF PENNSYLVANIA,

SAMUEL HAZARD - 1850
...south unto the further bank of the aforesaid river, and following the west and south side thereof, unto a certain place called Cinquack, situate near the mouth of the said river, where it falls into the Bay. of Chesapeake, and from thence by a straight line, unto the...
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Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New-York: Holland ...

John Romeyn Brodhead - New York (State) - 1858
...towards the south unto the farther bank of the said river, and following the same on the west and south unto a certain place called Cinquack, situate near the mouth of the said river, where it disembogues into the aforesaid Bay of Chesapeake, and thence by the shortest line...
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The Executive Documents

The Senate of the United States - 1859
...expression " running up" or down the river. The words are " following the same on the west and south unto a certain place called Cinquack, situate near the mouth of the said river." It was contended for the company that " bank" and " river" were synonymous, and that following...
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