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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 71

First Schedule

First Schedule.

All that area in the Land District of Canterbury, containing by [unclear: ad] surement 5,000 acres, more or less, situated in Blocks VII. and [unclear: II] Cheviot Survey District, and Block XVI., Lowry Peaks Survey [unclear: Distr] and bounded generally towards the east by the summit of the [unclear: Seaw] Range to Mount Maccoimich, thence by the summit of a spur to the [unclear: Range] Jed at a point about 26 chains from its mouth, by that river to a [unclear: po] about 1 chain above the "Brothers," by a right line across the Jed [unclear: to] dray-track at its nearest part, by that track in a north-westerly [unclear: direct;] to a fence which forms the eastern boundary of the Dingle [unclear: padded] thence by that fence in a north-westerly direction to the Jed River, [unclear: the] by the right bank of that river to a point north-west of where the [unclear: west] boundary-line of Section 7, Block IX., Cheviot Survey District, [unclear: meets] Jed Road, thence by Section 7 aforesaid, and by Section 2, [unclear: Block] Cheviot Survey District; towards the south-west generally by [unclear: Section] Block XI., Cheviot Survey District, Sections 17, 16, 15, and 13, [unclear: Block] XVI., Lowry Peaks Survey District; towards the west generally [unclear: by] Homestead Road; and towards the north generally by the River [unclear: Jed,] fence forming the north-west boundary of the Pine Walk by the [unclear: Well] shed Stream, again by the Jed River to and across the main road, by: [unclear: the] road, by the South Deer Park to where the south-east boundary [unclear: of] said park crosses a spur of the Seaward Range near McQueen's [unclear: cott] and thence by the summit of the said spur to the summit of the [unclear: Seaward] Range first mentioned: be all the aforesaid distances more or [unclear: less] excluding from the above-described area all lands which may be [unclear: reqire] for public purposes, together with the buildings thereon known [unclear: as]

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Over Marchlaw, from hills behind, looking West.

Over Marchlaw, from hills behind, looking West.

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Cheviot Station Buildings.

Cheviot Station Buildings.

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Image of the countryside

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mansion-house, and the stables, water-supply, dairy, apple-house, woodshed, store, strawberry-house, manager's house, Marchlaw buildings, Sinclair's cottage, the blacksmith's and carpenter's workshops, the laundry, cowsheds and yards, cart-shed, colt-house, and all other buildings and creations of what nature soever upon the said land. Price for the whole, £25,000.