Sassie2021 - You have a “metes and bounds” description.
There are probably several references you can look up
if this explanation isn’t good enough.
These descriptions typically begin at a “corner” of properties
that were, at least at one time, known. Then the description gives an angle and a distance for a line to the next reference point. In your example, you would look straight south, turn
29 degrees east and proceed 57.6 poles (950.4 ft) to the next
object. Then look straight south, turn 15 degrees to the west,
and proceed 13 poles (214.5 ft) to the next point and so on.
The description will continue until you return to the starting
point or point of beginning.
Unfortunately, for these older descriptions a referenced stone
or tree may no longer be there. An older map may be needed
to see where the James Fox property was.
A landman may be able to help you, or you may be able to
find what you need on your own.