The 76 acres for the town lands of Danville were organized into 63 equal size lots. A public square was also planned and outline as shown in the figure below.
To orient you, north is at the top of the page. Constitution Square is shown as "Public Square" with Main Street called "Broad Street". [It was to be 90 feet wide whereas the other streets were to be 60 feet wide, thus "Broad Street".] The public square was to be "20 poles 6' 3" in length [north to south] and "14 poles 10' 6" wide. [east to west] One pole equals 16'5" square. The next figure zeros in on "No 1" which begins the numbering system for the lots of Danville.