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SECTION 33
Cession with sundry reservations
State (STL) CHAPTER 57, ARTICLE 3
§ 33. Cession with sundry reservations. Title and jurisdiction to the
following described tract or parcel of land has been ceded to the United
States by this state upon condition that the jurisdiction so ceded
should not prevent the execution on such tract or parcel of any process,
civil or criminal, issuing under the authority of this state, nor the
operation of the public laws of this state upon such tract, so far as
the same might not be incompatible with the free use and enjoyment of
the premises by the United States, for the purpose of the erection of
magazines, arsenals, barracks and other needful buildings.

Town of Greenbush. A tract of land in the town of Greenbush in the
manor of Rensselaerwick, county of Rensselaer and state of New York,
which was leased by Stephen VanRensselaer to Christopher Yates, on the
16th day of August, 1790, bounded and described as follows: "Beginning
at a stake and stones standing at the distance of 12 chains and 45 links
from the southwest corner of the kitchen on the premises, on a course N.
49Á 30' W., and running thence N. 49Á 30' W., 1 chain and 6 links;
thence N. 59Á 45' W., 6 chains and 78 links; thence N. 29Á E., 3 chains
and 73 links; thence N. 16Á E., 9 chains and 24 links; thence S. 60Á E.,
7 chains and 20 links; thence S. 34Á E., 1 chain; thence S. 50Á E., 2
chains; thence N. 15Á E., 29 chains; thence S. 39Á E., 38 chains and 12
links; thence due East 10 chains; thence S. 11Á 30' E., 48 chains and 80
links; thence due W. 32 chains and 20 links; thence due N. 10 chains;
thence N. 26Á W., 5 chains and 53 links; thence S. 37Á, 6 chains and 47
links; thence N. 18Á W., 2 chains and 27 links; thence N. 10Á W., 3
chains and 71 links; thence N. 2Á W., 3 chains and 58 links; thence N.
70Á E., 1 chain and 18 links; thence N. 18Á W., 4 chains and 87 links;
thence N. 77Á 40' W., 2 chains and 97 links; thence S. 15Á 40' W., 12
chains and 31 links; thence S. 9Á E., 8 chains and 34 links; thence S.
57Á E., 2 chains and 44 links; thence S. 17Á W., 9 chains; thence N. 68Á
W., 22 chains and 30 links; thence due S. 4 chains and 40 links; thence
N. 60Á E., 6 chains; thence N. 29Á W., 6 chains and 20 links; thence N.
13Á W., 3 chains; thence S. 68Á E., 5 chains and 21 links; thence S. 32Á
18' E., 6 chains and 40 links; thence S. 3Á 42' W., 1 chain and 80
links; thence S. 89Á 48' E., 4 chains and 30 links; thence N. 3Á 42' E.,
9 chains and 90 links; thence S. 86Á 18' E., 6 chains and 20 links;
thence N. 3Á 42' E., 14 chains and 50 links; thence N. 86Á 18' W., 6
chains and 20 links; thence S. 3Á 42' W., 3 chains and 80 links; thence
N. 42Á 18' W., 10 chains and 80 links, to the beginning, containing 261
acres and .3 of an acre;" acquired for the purpose of erecting
magazines, arsenals, barracks and other needful buildings.