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For the Purposes of the recited Act and this Act, and subject as herein-after provided, the Limits of the Mouth or Entrance of the RiverTweedshall be deemed to extend and shall extend from the Pier calledQueen Elizabeth’sPier, along the Sea Coast on the South Side of the said Pier to a Point at High-water Mark on the said Sea Coast on the South Side distant Seven Miles measured in a straight Line from the Lighthouse on the said Pier, and along the Sea Coast on the North Side of the said Pier to the Point of Boundary at High-water Mark between the Borough ofBerwick-on-Tweedand the Kingdom ofScotland, and shall also extend Five Miles in front of the Mouth of the said River and of the whole Line of Sea Coast within the Points of Boundary herein-before mentioned into the Sea, such Distance towards the Sea to be computed by Lines drawn at Right Angles to a Line Drawn between the said Northern and Southern Extremities; and the said Limits on the South shall be deemed to include and shall include the Fishery now known as theHoly IslandStation of theGoswickFisheries.
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