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§ 32. Cession   during   use   for   purposes   thereof,  with  sundry  reservations.  Title and jurisdiction to the following 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 of any process, civil or criminal, issued under the  authority  of  this state, nor prevent the laws of the state, not incompatible with the  purposes  for  which  such  cession  is  made, from operating within the  bounds of such tract; and that the United  States  are  to  retain  such  jurisdiction  so  long  only as such tract shall be used for the defense  and safety of the city of New York:    1. At New Utrecht. A tract of land in the town of New  Utrecht,  Kings  county,  on  the  easterly side of the Narrows, at the entrance into the  bay of New York, and upon a reef called Hendrick's  reef,  described  as  follows: Beginning at the northerly corner thereof, by land of Denyse D.  Denyse,  at  high-water mark, and near the southeasterly side of a large  rock, and running from thence S. 24	
	
	
	
	

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Statutes > New-york > Stl > Article-3 > 32

§ 32. Cession   during   use   for   purposes   thereof,  with  sundry  reservations.  Title and jurisdiction to the following 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 of any process, civil or criminal, issued under the  authority  of  this state, nor prevent the laws of the state, not incompatible with the  purposes  for  which  such  cession  is  made, from operating within the  bounds of such tract; and that the United  States  are  to  retain  such  jurisdiction  so  long  only as such tract shall be used for the defense  and safety of the city of New York:    1. At New Utrecht. A tract of land in the town of New  Utrecht,  Kings  county,  on  the  easterly side of the Narrows, at the entrance into the  bay of New York, and upon a reef called Hendrick's  reef,  described  as  follows: Beginning at the northerly corner thereof, by land of Denyse D.  Denyse,  at  high-water mark, and near the southeasterly side of a large  rock, and running from thence S. 24	
	
	
	





		
		
					
				
		

	























 



			
			


		
		
	

	
	
	

			

			
		

		

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Statutes > New-york > Stl > Article-3 > 32

§ 32. Cession   during   use   for   purposes   thereof,  with  sundry  reservations.  Title and jurisdiction to the following 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 of any process, civil or criminal, issued under the  authority  of  this state, nor prevent the laws of the state, not incompatible with the  purposes  for  which  such  cession  is  made, from operating within the  bounds of such tract; and that the United  States  are  to  retain  such  jurisdiction  so  long  only as such tract shall be used for the defense  and safety of the city of New York:    1. At New Utrecht. A tract of land in the town of New  Utrecht,  Kings  county,  on  the  easterly side of the Narrows, at the entrance into the  bay of New York, and upon a reef called Hendrick's  reef,  described  as  follows: Beginning at the northerly corner thereof, by land of Denyse D.  Denyse,  at  high-water mark, and near the southeasterly side of a large  rock, and running from thence S. 24					
					

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