Green's St. Louis directory :
City and ward boundaries.
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By the present charter, all that district of country contained
within the following limits constitutes the city of Saint Louis,
to wit:—“Beginning at a point in the middle of the main
channel of the Mississippi river, due east of the south-east
corner of Saint George, in SaintLouis County; thence due
west to the west line of Second Carondelet Avenue; thence
north with said west line of said Avenue to the north line of
Chouteau Avenue; thence northwardly in a direct line to the
mouth of Stoney Creek; thence due east to the middle of the
channel ofthe Mississippi river; thence southwardly with the
middle of the main channel of the Mississippi river to the place of beginning.”

The above described “district of country” is divided into
six wards, respectively bounded as follows:—

First ward.

All that part of the city lying south of a line beginning on
the Mississippi river at the foot of Cedar-street; thence run-
ning westwardly along Cedar to Fourth; northwardly along
Fourth to Cerre; westwardlyalong Cerre to Twelfth; north-
wardly along Twelfth to Randolph; thencewestwardly along
Randolph-street to the western line of the city.

Second ward.

All the territory lying north of the First Ward, and south
of a line beginning on the Mississippi at the foot of Walnut-
street; running westwardly along Walnut to Seventh; north-
wardly along Seventh to Market; and westwardly along
Market to the western line of the city, constitutes the Second
Ward.

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