The creation of Comal County
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Texas, That all the territory comprised within the limits hereinafter described, shall compose a new county, to be called the county of Comal, to wit:
Beginning at a point on the east bank of the Cibolo river, Bexar county, where the lower line of N. Michilis’ league (No. 114) crosses the same; thence running in a direct line to the south-west corner of survey No. 21, Class 3, made for the heirs of John Thompson; thence with the south line of said league, North 65 deg. East, to its lower corner, on the bank of the Guadalupe river; thence up said river with its meanders to the corner of Guadalupe county, on the east bank of said river; thence with the north line of the county of Guadalupe, to its corner, North 50 deg. West from the S. W. corner of Musgrove’s survey; thence running North 50 deg. West, 70,000 varas; thence South 54 deg. West to the Guadalupe river; thence South to the Cibolo; thence down the same with its meanders to the place of beginning.
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That this act take effect from and after its passage.
Approved, March 24th, 1846.