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No. 69. s

WASHINGTON, May 6, 1905. The following is published to the Army for the information and guidance of all concerned:

The United States of America having acquired certain lands situated on Nantasket and Cushing Hills, in the Town of Hull, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, for fortification purposes, the same are hereby announced as the Military Reservation of Fort Revere, Massachusetts.

The metes and bounds of said reservation, as shown on a map of survey of the same made under the direction of Lieu. tenant Colonel W. S. Stanton, Corps of Engineers, United States Army, in June, 1904, by 1st Lieutenant G. R. Lukesh, Corps of Engineers, United States Army, are as follows:

Beginning at a point at the junction of lands acquired from the Battery Heights Land Company, land acquired from Eliza J. H. Andrew, and land of Anna Cushing (oras near thereto as could be determined by retracing the survey made in 1897 by Lieutenant J. $. Sewell, Corps of Engineers, United States Army, of the land acquired by the United States Government), and now marked by a concrete monument; thence running north 43° 03' 10" west, 455.75 feet, and north 43° 04 00" west, 107.81 feet to the top of the bluf; thence, proceeding along the last-mentioned course, 257.5 feet, more or less, to low-water line; thence easterly, along low-water line, to a point opposite a granite monument located at the intersection of the western side of Duck Lane and the southern side of Nantasket Avenue (which granite monument is mentioned in “Returns and Locations of Highways in the Town of Hull." Book 2, page 55, as such point of intersection), and from which point of the low-water line to the southern corner of said granite monument the bearing is south 08° 29'00" west, and the distance is 319.5 feet; thence along such course to the southern corner of said granite monument, crossing the right of way of the N. Y., N. H. & H. R. R., and Nantasket Avenue; thence along Duck Lane by the following courses: south 18° 35' 40" east, for 101.66 feet; south 4° 11' 10" east, for 138.01 feet; south 33° 57' 10" east, for 147.04 feet; south 52° 55'00" east, for 98.99 feet; south 46° 44' 20" east, for 131.76 feet; south 53° 28' 20" east. for 108.52 feet: south 48° 14'00" east, for 77.50 feet; south 39° 28' 30" east, for 96.99 feet: south 41° 52 40" east, for 108.98 feet; and south 16° 53' 30" east, for 57.21 feet, to the corner of the town cemetery; thence along the cemetery south 58° 39 20" west, for 244.46 feet, and south 58° 34' 50" west, for 241.54 feet to the west corner of the cemetery; thence south 58° 29' 40" west. for 87.05 feet; thence north 33° 58' 50" west, for 175.37 feet; thence south 58° 01' 10" west, for 159.36 feet; thence north 31° 39' 20" west, for 121.15 feet; thence south 57° 48' 30" west, for 79,38 feet; thence south 52° 58' 20" west, for 215.30 feet: thence north 40° 40' 10" west, for 114.53 feet; thence south 59° 17' 20" west, for 100.18 feet; thence north 39° 01' 20" west, for 132.21 feet; thence south 19° 34' 10" west, for 175.13 feet; thence north 47° 56' 00" west, for 119.26 feet: thence south 49° 31' 40" west, for 71.02 feet; thence north 16° 59' 10" west, for 435.91 feet, to a point on the southerls side of Xantasket Arenue: thence north 16° 49 20" west, for 48.99 feet, crossing Nantasket Arenue: thence north 81°04' 20" west, for 365.95 feet; thence north 599 07" 30" west. for 149.41 feet; thence north 48° 39 50" west, for 123.14 feet, to the point of beginning. embracing an area of 77.505 acres, more or less. All bearings are referred to the true meridian.

All corners of the reservation are now marked by copper bolts in concrete monuments, except where courses intersect low-water line, wbich points are unmarked, and the first and sixth stations on Duck Lane (be. ginning at the north), which points are marked by granite monuments.

[1009586, M. S. 0.] BY ORDER OF THE SECRETARY OF WAR:

GEORGE L. GILLESPIE,

Major General, Acting Chief of Staff. OFFICIAL: F. C. AINSWORTH,

The Military Secretary.

ORDERS

DEPARTMENT,
No. 70

, May 8, 1905. General Orders, No. 102, June 14, 1904, War Department, is amended to read as follows:

In order that the Quartermaster General's Department may be more fully advised as to the correct proportion of the various sizes of the following articles of clothing and shoes which it should carry in stock, post commanders will cause each of the enlisted men at their respective posts to be carefully measured, after which each measurement will be compared with the various established sizes, which are as follows:

OVERCOATS (OLIVE DRAB).

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DRESS COATS AND OLIVE DRAB AND KHAKI SERVICE COATS.

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Canton flannel.

Cotton, knit.

Jean

Sizes.

Waist. Inseam. Waist. Inseam. Waist. Inseam. Waist. Inseat

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In sizes from 14 inches to 18 inches inclusive.

HATS, SERVICE.

In the following trade sizes, viz: 6%, 7, 75, 71, 73, and 71.

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