The Vermont Statutes Online
Subchapter 001 : CORPORATE EXISTENCE AND BOUNDARIES(Cite as: 24 App. V.S.A. ch. 253, § 1)
§ 253-1. Corporate existence, boundaries
All that part of Troy, in the County of Orleans, enclosed within the following boundaries: commencing at the northeast corner of land owned and occupied by Winfield S. Elkins, thence southerly along the line between the land owned and occupied by said Elkins, S. P. Hunt, and C. P. Adams, to the highway leading from North Troy Village to Newport, thence westerly in the highway to the river road, so called, thence southerly in the river road to the southeast corner of land owned and occupied by Curtis Elkins, thence westerly and southerly on said Curtis Elkins' south and east line to the Missisquoi River, thence westerly along the river to the southeast corner of land formerly owned and occupied by the late Harvey Elkins, deceased, thence westerly on the south line of said Harvey Elkins' land to the southwest corner of the land, thence southerly on the easterly line of land owned by John W. Currier to the southeast corner of said Currier's land, thence westerly on the south line of said Currier's land to the west road, so called, crossing the road and continuing westerly to the southwest corner of land owned by H. B. Parkhurst, thence northerly on lot lines to the Canadian boundary, thence easterly on Canada line to the Missisquoi River, following the river to S. B. Hammond's north line, thence easterly along said Hammond's north line to said Winfield S. Elkins' northwest corner, thence along said W. S. Elkins' north line to point commenced at-all surface measure-shall hereafter be known by the name of the Village of North Troy.