Plan of the line dividing Kings and Queens Counties in Prince Edward Island as established by the Commissioners under the provisions of the Act 4th: William 4th: Cap. 15 (No. 80). The map shows the boundary line between Queens and Kings counties. It indicates locations of survey markers along the line--including stones, posts, burned stumps and trees--which were marked with the initials Q. C. and/or K. C. The tree markers are indicated by small drawings. Labels indicate swampland and different types of forest along the boundary. The boundary is marked off in miles. The map shows portions of roads, creeks and springs that cross the boundary. The bridge at Mount Stewart is shown. Only 4 residents' names are given, all near the Mount Stewart and St. Andrews areas. Bodies of water, which include the Northumberland Strait, Hillsborough River and Gulf of St. Lawrence are coloured blue. Compass rose with north and magnetic north arrows.