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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 2

The Schedule to Which this Act Refers

The Schedule to Which this Act Refers.

All that Tract of waste and unappropriated Land, formerly in the Possession ol the New Zealand Company, situated in the Middle Island of New Zealand, being bounded by the Snowy Range of Hills from Double Corner to the River Ashburton, by the River Ashburton from the Snowy Hills to the Sea, and by the Sea from the Mouth of the River Ashburton to Double Corner, and estimated to contain 2,000,000 Acres, more or less, with the Exception of certain Buildings, and the Land marked out as appurtenant thereto, situate on Banks' Peninsula, and purchased by the said New Zealand Company from the Nanto Bordelaise Company, and with the Exception also of certain Property acquired by Purchase and Exchange with M. De Belligny, such Lands so excepted being reserved to Her Majesty, Her Heirs and Successors.