The Vermont Statutes Online
Subchapter 001 : BOUNDARIES AND GENERAL POWERS(Cite as: 24 App. V.S.A. ch. 213, § 1)
§ 213-1. Boundaries
The inhabitants of all that part of the Town of Cambridge bounded and described as follows:
All that portion of the Town of Cambridge, in the County of Lamoille, known as the Village of Cambridge and enclosed in the following boundaries, to wit: the northern boundary of the Village shall be the southern bank of the Lamoille River, beginning at a point on the highway leading through Cambridge Village at northwest corner of the covered bridge over the Lamoille River and following the highway to the boundary line between the lands of Charles E. Ellenwood and the estate of O.W. Reynolds, Sidney Leach, and Saphronia Cady, meaning to include all property between the highway and the Lamoille River; thence following the southwest boundary of the Ellenwood's farm to lands by E. J. Gates, and following the boundary of the Gates' property to a point on the highway leading from Cambridge Village to Pleasant Valley near the Rogers Bridge; thence following the highway to the southern bounds of land owned by Mrs. W.H. Parker, and following the boundary of the lot to the highway known as the Hill road to Pleasant Valley; thence following the highway to a point which marks the boundary of the farm known as the Cutting place; thence along the boundary to the Lamoille River, meaning to include all that district on the west bank of the river between the Cutting farm and the point of beginning at the river bridge over the river, are hereby incorporated and made a body politic, and shall be hereafter called the Village of Cambridge.