The bed of the same river, and the islands and dry land lying within the same, so
as aforesaid assigned to this state, lying and being northerly of a line from the
extremity of the boundary line of the counties of Philadelphia and Chester, at the
bank of the river Delaware, to be extended across the same river, by a south-southeast
course, to the shore of the state of New Jersey, are annexed to and shall be deemed
to be, and shall henceforth be, parts of the county of Philadelphia, and of the several
adjoining townships and precincts of the same county, lying along the said river.
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