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MAPS 



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THE UNXTED STATES, 

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EVERY STATE AND TERRITORY 
IN THE UNION, 

Finished in the most elegant manner, and in 
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AN 

ACCOMPANI3IENT 



TO 



MITCHELL'S REFERENCE AND DISTANCE MAP 



OF THE 



UNITED STATES 



CONTAINING 



AN INDEX OF ALL THE COUNTIES, DISTRICTS, TOWNSHIPS, 
TOWNS, &c., IN THE UNION; 

TOGETHER WITH 

AN INDEX OF THE RIVERS; 

BY WHICH 

ANY COUNTY, DISTRICT, TOWNSHIP, &c., OR RIVER, MAY BE FOUND ON THE 

MAP, WITHOUT DIFFICULTY : 



A GENERAL VIEW OF THE UNITED STATES, AND THE 
SEVERAL STATES AND TERRITORIES; 

WITH 

AN ACCOUNT OF THE ACTUAL AND PROSPECTIVE INTERNAL IMPROVE- 
MENTS THROUGHOUT THE UNION : 

THE WHOLE, IN CONNEXION WITH THE MAP, ILLUSTRATING THE GEOGRAPHY, 

TOPOGRAPHY, AND STATISTICS OF THE UNION, IN A MORE 

COMPLETE AND SATISFACTORY MANNER THAN 

HAS BEEN HITHERTO ATTEMPTED. 



PHILADELPfflA : 

PUBLISHED BY mTCHELL AND HINMAN, 

No. 6, NORTH FIFTH STREET. 

1835. 



Entered, according to the act of Congress, in the year 1834, by Mitchell 
&. HiNMAN, in the clerk's office of the district court of the eastern district of 
Pennsylvania. 



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CONTENTS 



Preface 

Consulting Index of Counties, Districts, Parishes, Townships, Hundreds, 
and Towns 

Consulting Index of Rivers 

Table, showing the distance from Washington to the capital, or largest 
town, of each State; also, from each capital, or largest town, to each 
of the others, 

General View of the United States ; Soil, and Productions ; Minerals, Indians, 
Agriculture, Manufactures, Commerce, Fisheries, Revenue, and Expendi- 
tures; Public Debt, Army, Navy, Government, State Governments, 
Education, Rehgion, Post-Office, Rates of Postage, Public Lands, Popu- 
lations, Apportionment of Representatives 

iij • S General View of Population of Counties,'&c., Internal ) 
( Improvements, and Principal Stage Routes, ^ 



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New Hampshire do 

Vermont do 

Massachusetts do ... , 

Rhode Island do 

Connecticut do 

New York do 

New Jersey do 

Pennsylvania do 

Delaware do 

Maryland do 

District of Columbia do 

Virginia do 

North Carolina do 

South CaroUna do 

Georgia do 

Florida Territory do 

Alabama do 

Mississippi do 

Louisiana do 

Arkansas Territory do 

Tennessee do 

Kentucky, do 

Ohio do 

Michigan do 

Indiana do , 

Illinois do 

Missouri do 

Missouri Territory do 

Oregon Territory do 

Ouisconsin Territory (Carver's Tract) do . 



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PREFACE. 



To trace the features, develope the resources, and record the improvements of any 
portion of the earth, has been always regarded by those desirous of possessing general 
information, as a topic worthy of peculiar attention ; and to no portion of mankind do 
these subjects present more interesting views, than to the citizens of the United States. 
Occupying a vast region, yet but partially explored, and operating on a system of 
internal improvements on a grander scale than any other people, they are marching 
forward to national greatness, with a rapidity unexampled in the annals of the world. 
These circumstances have caused works which illustrate the geography, topography, 
and statistics of the Union, to be regarded with general attention ; and, not unfrequently, 
to be liberally patronized. 

This Accompaniment, together with the Map to which it is an appendix, is respectfully 
offered hy the publisher to his fellow-citizens, under the persuasion, that (together) they 
will be found to contain a greater amount of useful geographical, topographical, and 
statistical information, than any similar work hitherto published in the country. 

A principal object intended in the compilation of tlie Map, is the representation of 
all the local and civil divisions of the different States, so arranged as to connect with 
the census of 1830, as published by authority of Congress. This object has been 
strictly kept in view ; and it is believed, that the location of every civil division in the 
Union is exliibited on tlie Map : and, in the Consulting Index, the name, with the popu- 
lation of each, will be found in its proper place, according to alphabetical arrangement. 
In the Index, many towns, and also several counties, will be found without tlie numbers 
of the population annexed. In the case of the latter, this has occurred in consequence 
of tlieir having been organized since 1830; and, in the former, the deficiency is owing 
to the want of a uniform system in the manner of taking the census. 

The subdivisions, into which the several States of the Union are divided, are styled 
counties, with the exception of the States of South Carolina and Louisiana : in the 
former, they are termed, districts; and, in the latter, parishes. In the sLx New England 
States, and also in the States of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, 
and the Territory of Michigan, the counties are subdivided into townships ;* in Dela- 
ware, into hundreds; and, in South Carolina, the districts of Charleston, Colleton, and 
Beaufort, are subdivided into parishes ; but, in the rest of the States, no such subdivision 
as that of township is known, except in Arkansas Territory ; which circumstance was 
not, however, noticed in the census. In the States above specified, whose counties are 
subdivided mto townships, the population in each township is given ;t with the addition, 
that, in Ohio, the numbers, in a majority of the towns and villages, are also stated in the 
census ; and, in the State of Delaware, the amoimt is given by hundreds. From tliese 
data, the aggregate amount of the respective counties has been made up. In all the 
other States, the census was taken by counties, reckoning the districts of South Carolina, 

* In the New Eneland States, the subdivisions of the counties, although precisely similar to the 
townships of New York, New Jersey.&c, are styled towns. 

t In Pennsylvania, the population of Jefferson. Lycomin?, Pike, and Potter counties, is given in 
the census, without distinguishing that of the townships into which they are divided: and, in 
Huntingdon county, the population of twelve townships is given, in a body, under the designation 
of John B. Mick's share of Huntingdon county. In the State of Indiana, the population of the 
townships in seventeen counties only is given, of sixty-tluee, into which the Stale was divided 
in 1830. 

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PREFACE. 



and the parishes of Louisiana, divisions of the same nature. In Kentucky, however, 
the greater part of the towns and villages are given, in addition to that of the 
counties. 

The absence of an alphabetical arrangement in a considerable portion of the census 
of 1830, as published by authority, was productive, in the formation of the Index, of a 
vast increase in the amount of the labor and perplexity, always attending works of 
that kind. The endless pluralities of the names of places in the United States, is well 
known ; and is the cause, in numerous instances, of great perplexity ; especially, to 
men of business, in the receipt and transmission of letters, &c. This will be at once 
evident, when it is known, that, on the map, and consequently in the United States, 
there are 100 counties, towns, &c. bearing the venerated name of Washington ; 79, of 
Jackson ; 73, of Franklin ; C6, of Jefferson ; and, in fact, an unceasing repetition of 
the names of all our popular public men, and Revolutionary patriots ; a circumstance 
proving, however, that the services of distinguished public men have a strong hold on 
the affections of the people of the United States. The Index and Map will, it is 
believed, obviate, in a majority of cases, difficulties of this kind, by determining, at 
once, the county and State in which the place sought for is located ; which could not 
be, perhaps, ascertained, without the assistance of such a work, except at the expense 
of considerable time and trouble. The distances, in miles, attached to the different 
towns, &c. from Washington city, and from their respective State capitals, will to all 
persons be interesting ; and, to many, more or less useful. They are derived from the 
most authentic source in the country, viz. the General Post Office ; for assistance in 
which respect, the publisher is particularly indebted to Colonel Gardner, of that 
department. 

The Index of Rivers, and the plan adopted for ascertaining their respective places in 
the Map, are now introduced in a work of this kind, for the first time ; the utility of 
which, we think, will be obvious to every one who has ever had occasion to consult 
a map. 

The plan and the limits prescribed for tliis work, preclude any but the most brief 
geographical details. Tliose introduced in the general view of the Union, and in the 
individual States, are adopted more for the purpose of classifying the topographical and 
statistical information considered necessary for elucidating and increasing the utility 
of the map, than with any expectation of adding new facts, or of exhibiting any views 
in addition to those found in the numerous geographical publications already before 
the public. 

The statements, with regard to the Canals and Rail-Roads, are made in reference to 
their present condition, as nearly as information could be obtained. The activit}', and 
even enthusiasm, displayed, of late, in the United States, on this subject, and the rapidity 
with which new works and schemes of this kind are created, render it almost impossible 
for any one, whatever may be his means of information, to keep pace with what is 
daily springing into existence, in every part of the Union. 

The Stage Routes, introduced under the heads of the respective States, will, it is 
presumed, be found of considerable utility, by those who may be desirous of ascertain- 
ing the various actual lines of communication throughout the different parts of the 
Union. These are also represented on the Map, and may be easily traced, being 
distinguished in the engraving from the common roads. The distances, in miles, are 
likewise attached to them, except in cases where their introduction was found to con- 
flict with the names of towns, &c. already engraved. In all such, the printed Routes 
will supply the deficiency. Although the number of Stage Routes given eimount to 
nearly 400, it is not pretended these present a complete view of this branch of topography. 



PREFACE. 



There are, doubtless, some small lines of communication, in diiferent parts of the 
Union, of which information could not be obtained : altogether, however, they present 
a more extended and complete system, than has yet been brought, in one mass, before 
the public. 

Errors in orthography, both on the map and in this work ; contradictions in statistics, 
and in the statements of distances ; may possibly, nay, probably will be, found. To 
deny this, would be presumption. Such exist, more or less, in works of the very highest 
character. From persons of candor and discrimination, however, due allowance is 
expected. When, in addition to the compiling, combining, and engraving the map, it 
is stated, that the articles in the Consulting Index alone number almost ten thousand ; 
that, for a majority of tliese, the amount of the population was extracted from an ill- 
arranged and inconvenient document ; and the distances are stated, both from Wash- 
ington and from the capital of each State, respectively ; that the Index of Rivers 
amounts to near a tliousand articles, for every one of which, the length, of course, was 
ascertained; and, when to the above we add, the various items of information given in 
the General View of the United States, and in the individual States ; it is evident, that 
a great amount of labor has been performed. It is believed, that much has been 
added in the JMap, and in this work, and combined with the geography of the country ; 
that many new counties and towns have been there embodied ; and tliat they contain 
some corrections of similar, and respectable works. 

On the whole, as a convenient work of reference, extended in its detail beyond any 
thing of the kind heretofore published, and, to some extent, original ; we hope, and 
confidently believe, that it will prove botli useful and valuable to those who will have 
occasion to consult it. 

The gentlemen who have already so liberally patronized the work, will perceive that 
the terms of the prospectus have been exceeded. The whole of the vicinities given on 
the Map, are additional; together with the various items ^information, in the General 
View of the United States, and in the individual States, and the numerous travelling 
routes, &c. In fact, the publisher can confidently assent, that no pains have been 
spared, no labor abridged, and no remuneration withheld, to make the whole worthy 
the confidence of the public. 



CONSULTING Es^DEX. 

To ascertain the position of any Place mentioned in the Index, observe the letters 
annexed to it in the fifth coliimn : then find the corresponding letters on the top or 
bottom and sides of the Map ; firom these letters pass the eye along the ranges due 
north or south and east or west, until they intersect. In the square in which they 
meet, the place sought for will be found. 

Abbreviations.— yiaine, Me. ; New Hampshire, N. H. ; Vermont, Vt ; Massachusetts, 
Mas. ; Rhode Island, R. I. ; Connecticut, Ct. ; New York, N. Y. ; New Jersey, N. J. : 
Pennsylvania, Pa, ; Delaware, Del. ; Maryland, :Md. ; Virginia, Va. ; North CaroUna, I 
N.C.; South Carolina, S. C. ; Georgia, Geo.: Alabama, Al.; Mississippi, Mi.; Louis- 
iana, La. ; Tennessee, Ten. ; Kentucky, Ken. ; Ohio, O. ; Indiana, In. ; lUinois, H. ; 
Missouri, Mo. ; District of Columbia, D. C. ; Arkansas Territory, A. T. ; Florida Ter- 
ritory, F. T. ; ilichigan Territory, :M. T. ; Missouri Territory, Mo. T. Court House, 
C. n. ; Post Office, P. O. ; Fort, Ft ; Port and Point, Pt. ; :Mount, 3It ; Township, tsh. ; 
County Town, c. t ; Town, t. 

The first column of the Index contains the names of places ; — the second column 
designates the class to w\^ they belong ;— the third column shows the counties in 
which towns, &c. are situSed; — the fourth column points out the States in which 
counties, towns, &c., are placed ; — the fiflh column contains the reference letters, which 
correspond with the letters on the top and bottom and sides of the :\Iap ;— the sixth 
column contains the population of counties, towns, &c., according to the census of 
1S30 ;— the seventh column contains the distances in miles of townships and towns 
from Washington City ;— and the eighth column designates the distances from town- 
ships, towns, ic, to the capitals of their respective States. 

The single letters in the first column, attached to some of the names, signify that 
those places are represented on the Map by \he letters attached to them : this occurs 
only in those cases where the space on the Map was not sufficient to admit of the 
name bein? written at length. The capital letters represent townships, and the small 
letters stand for towns. 



COXSULTIXG IXDEX. 



Names of Places. 

Aaronsburg-, 

ABBEVILLE, 

Abbeville, 

Abbot, 

Abbvville, 

Abing-don, 

Abing-don, A 

Abingdon, 

Abingdon, 

Abington, 

Absecum, 

ACCOMACK, 

Acquia, 

Acquackanonck, ...A 

Acre Town, 

Acton, 

Acton, B 

Acton, A . 

Acworth, 

Adams, 

Adams, 

ADAMS, 

Adams, 

ADAMS, 

ADAMS, 

Adams, 

Adams, 

Adams, 

Adams, 

Adams, _. 

Adams, 

Adams, ^ 

Adams, _ 

Adams, 

Adams, 

Adams, 

Adams, 

Adams, 

ADAMS, 

Adamsburg;, „ 

Adamsburg, 

Adams Town, 

Adamsville, 

Adamsville, 

ADAIR, 

AdairvilJe, 

Addison, 

ADDISON, 

Addison, 

Addison, „, 



t. 

District, . 

c t 

t. 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

ct. 

tsh 

t 

Comity, .. 
t ....'... 
tsh. and t 

t 

t. 

t 



CTass. 



t 

t 

L 

tsh. and L 
Comity,.. 

tsh 

Comity,.. 
Comity, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. . . . 

tsh 

Uh. 

tsh. 

tsh. ..... 

tsh 

ComitT, .. 
t . ...'... 

t. 

t 

t 

L 



Comity,. 

t 

t 

Comity, 

t 

tsh 



CountT. 



Centre, . 



Abbeville, .... 
Somerset, .... 
Mecklenbm'g,. 
Plymouth, . . . 
Montgomery, . 

Harford, 

Washington, . . 

Luzerne, 

Gloucester, . . . 



Stafford, 

Essex, 

Columbiana, 

York, 

Windham, . . 
Middlesex, . . 

Sullivan, 

Berkshire, . . . 
Jefferson, . . . 



Lycoming, . . 



Champaign, . 

Dark, 

Guernsey, . . . 
Monroe, .... 
Muskingimi, 

Seneca, 

Washington, 

Carroll, 

Decatur, .... 
Madison, . . . 
Morgan, . . . 

Parke, 

Ripley, 



Union, 

Westmoreland, 
Lancaster, . . . 
Frederick, . . . . 
Marlboro', . . . . 



Los'an, 

Washinerton, 



Addison, . . . . 
Steuben,. . . . 



Stale. 



Bel 
Letters 



Pa. 

S.C. 

S.C. 

Me. 

Va, 

-Alas. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Ta. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

Va. 

Va. 

N.J. 

O. 

Me. 

Vt 

Mas. 

N.H. 

:Was. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Mi. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

ni. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

S.C. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

Me. 

Vt 

Vt. 

N. Y. 



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Ll 
Ll 
Ya 

Pj 

Xd 

Sf 

Mj 

Se 

Tg 

SI 

Qh 

Tf 

Nf 

Xc 

Vc 

Wd 

Vc 

Ud 

Re 

g 
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Kh 
Kf 
f 
Mf 
Mg 
Mf 
Ke 
Mg 
Hf 

I? 

"f 

Hg 

Gg 

Ig 

Cg 

Qf 

Of 

Rf 

Qg 

Ol 

II 

Hj 

A zb 
Ub 
Cb 
Qd 



Popula- 
tion. 



28449 
405 



2,423 
1,524 



1,330 
16,656 



7,710 

42 

1,398 

176 

1,128 

1,397 

2,649 

2Jt95 

214*79 



14,937 
12,281 
342 
528 
736 
325 
54(1 
285 
4S9 



2,186 



8^1: 



741 

24.940 

1,396 

944 



D. fr. 

Wash. 


D. U. 
Cap. 


196 


68 



534 

677 
^7 
433 
146 
60 
365 
245 
205 



42 
224 
308 
522 
444 
431 
452 
384 
398 

"i87 



465 
494 
322 
288 
328 
434 
319 
671 
566 
553 
600 
640 
539 



170 

198 
133 

48 
398 



721 
735 



493 

290 



100 

76 
126 

20 
108 

52 
304 
137 

95 



80 

58 

178 

98 

93 

21 

44 

126 

149 

'78 



68 
94 
75 
145 
50 
98 
93 
98 
48 
33 
28 
68 
75 



60 

176 

46 

82 

110 



181 
135 



65 



10 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Addison, 

j Addison, A 

I Addison, 

j; Adelphi, 

Adrian, 

Aid, 

Aikenville, 

Air, 

Alabama, 

ALACHUA 

ji Alachua, C. H. 

Alagua, 

j Albany, 

I Albany, 

i ALBANY, 

I Albany, ...» 

I Albany, 

'ALBEMARLE,... 

I Albion, 

: Albion, , 

f Albion, , 

Albion, 

Alburgh, A. 

Alden, 

Aldie, 

Alexander, 

I Alexander, 

! Alexander, 

I Alexander, 

ALEXANDER, . . . 

Alexandria, A. 

Alexandria, 

Alexandria, 

Alexandria, 

ALEXANDRIA,... 

Alexandria, 

Alexandria, 

Alexandria, 

Alexandria, 

' Alexandria, 

Alexandria, 

Alexandria, 

Alexandriana, P. O. . 

Alford, A. 

Alfred, 

Alfred, 

ALLEGAN, 

ALLEGANY, 

ALLEGANY, 

ALLEGANY, 

ALLEGHANY,.... 

Allegheny, 

\ Allegheny, 

Allegheny, 

Allegheny, 

Allegheny, 

Allegheny, 

Allen, 

Allen, 

Allen, 



Class. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 

c. t 

c. t 

t 

t 

County, . . 
Capital, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 

t 

c. t 

tsh 

c. t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 



tsh 

t 

tsh 

County, . . . 

t 

tsh.md t.. 
tsh. and t. . 

t 

County, . . . 

c. t 

c. t 

t 

t 

t. Putnam, , 

t , 

t 



.A. 



tsh 

County, 
County, , 
County, . 
County, 
County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



County. 



Somerset, . . . 

Gallia, 

Shelby, 

Ross, 

Lenawee, . . . 
Lawrence, . . 
Barnwell, ,. , 
Bedford, . . . , 
Genesee, . . . , 

Alachua, . . , 
Walton, . . . , 

Oxford, 

Orleans, . . . , 



Albany, . 
Berks,. , . 
Bradford, 



Kennebeck, . . 

Orleans, 

Oswego, 

Edwards, .... 
Grand Isle, . . 

Erie, 

Loudon, 

Washington, . 

Genesee, 

Buncombe, . . . 
Athens, ... . 



Grafton, .... 
Jefferson, . . . 
Hunterdon, . 
Huntingdon, 



Alexandria, 
Rapides,. . . 
Smith, .... 
Scioto, .... 



CaUaway, .... 

Lincoln, 

Mecklenburg, 
Berkshire, . . . 

York, 

Allegany, 



Armstrong, . . . 

Cambria, 

Huntingdon, . . 

Somerset, 

Venango, 

Westmoreland, 

Allegany, 

Cumberland, . . 
Northampton, .. 



State. 



Pa. 

O. 

In. 

O. 

M.T. 

O. 

S. c. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

F. T. 

F. T. 

F. T. 

Me. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

II. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

Va. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

N. C. 

O. 

II. 

N.H. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

D.C. 

D.C. 

La. 

Ten. 

O. 

II. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

N.C. 

Mas. 

Me.. 

N.Y. 

M.T. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Md. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Og 
Lh 

Ig 

Lg 
Je 

Lh 

M m 

Qg 

Pc 

Lq 

Lq 

Hp 

Xb. 

Vb 

Ud 

Ud 

Sf 

Re 

Ph 

Yb 

Pc 

Re 

Fh 

Ub 

P d 

Qh 

AZa 

Pd 

Lk 

Lg 

Ei 

Wc 

Sb 

Tf 

Pf 

Qh 

Qh 

Bo 

Hj 

Kh 

Ee 

Bh 

Cg 

Nk 

Ud 

Xc 

Qd 

Id 

Pd 

Nf 

Oi 

Og 
Of 

Pf 
Pf 

Pg 

Oe 
Of 
Pd 

Rf 

Sf 



Popula 
tion. 



1,185 

662 

1,141 



276 



1,517 

819 

2,204 



387 

683 

53,520 

24,209 

1,129 

284 

22,618 

1,393 

669 



1,239 
1,257 

336 
2,331 



880 
1,390 
1,083 
1,523 
3,042 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



9,573 
8,241 



512 
1,453 

1,476 



26,276 

37,964 

2,816 

10,609 

2,966 

844 

2,058 

506 

596 

2,058 

898 

2,337 

2,106 



168 
356 
575 
389 
502 
389 
562 
93 
383 



875 
1,011 

587 
568 

376 
164 
227 



620 
389 
369 
733 
556 
383 
41 
798 
371 
523 
350 



506 
442 
189 
155 



7 
1,246 
661 
422 
842 
969 
919 
411 
354 
513 
314 



205 
188 
158 
151 
282 
218 
326 
107 
194 



D. ir. 
Cap. 

159 

102 
30 
46 
73 

119 
60 
70 

257 



178 
161 

58 
45 



64 
116 



24 
257 
143 

92 

79 
272 
149 
196 
247 
269 

79 



32 

190 

35 

97 



272 

53 

92 

178 

11 

103 

155 

140 

86 

244 



173 
142 

120 
129 
215 
190 
244 
16 
ICl 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



11 



Names of Places. 



ALLEN, 

ALLEN, 

Allen, 

ALLEN, 

Allen's Ferry, P.O. .. 

Allen's Hill, 

Allen stown, 

Allensville, 

Allcnton, 

Allenton,* or K. West, 

Allcnton, 

Allenton, 

Allen Town, 

Allen Town, 

Aleppo, 

Alloway's Town, .... 

Almond, 

Alna, 

Alsace, .... .... 

Alstead, 

Alton, 

-Amanda, 

Amanda, 

Amanda, 

Amanda, 

Amber, 

Amboy, 

Amboy, 

Amboy, Perth, 

Amboy, South, 

AMELLi 

Amelia C.H. 

Amenia, 

America, 

Ames, 

Amesbury, A. 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 

AiSIHERST, 

Amherst C.H, 

Amherst, 

MUTE, 

^Vmity, 

Amity, . .' A . 

Amity • • • • 

Amity, 

Amsterdam, 

Amsterdam, 

Amsterdam, 

Amwell, 

Amwell, 

Ancram, 

ANDERSON, 

Anderson C.H. • • • • . 

ANDERSON. 

ANDERSON, 

Anderson, A . 



Class. 



Comity,. 
Coimty, 

tsh 

County, 



t... 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
c. t. 
t. .. 



c. t. 



tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. 
t 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

County, . . . 
c. t 



tsh. 
c. t. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



tsh. and t. 

t 

t 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 
District. . 

c. t 

County,. . 
County, . . 
tsh 



Couiitv. 



Union, 



Warren, 

Ontario, 

Merrimack, . . 

Todd, 

Montgomery, . 

Monroe, 

Wilcox, 

Greene, 

iMonmouUi, . . 

Lehigh, 

Greene, 

Salem, 

Allegany, . . . . 

Lincoln, 

Berks 

Cheshire, . . . . 
Strafford, . . . . 
Greenup, . . . . 

Allen, 

Fairfield, 

Hancock, . . . . 
Onondaga, . . . 
Onondaga, . . . 

Oswego, 

INIiddlesex, . . . 
Middlesex, . . . 



Ameha, 

Dutchess, . . . . 
Alexander, . . . 

Athens, 

Essex, 

Hillsborough, . 
Hampshire, . . 
Erie, 



Amherst, 
liorain, . . 



Allegany, 

Berks, 

Erie, 

Washington, . 
Montgomery,. 
Bottetourt, . . . 

Hindes, 

Hunterdon, . . . 
Washington, . 
Columbia,. . . . 

Anderson, . . . 



Hamilton,. 



State. 



Ken. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

Ten. 

N. Y. 

N. H. 

Ken. 

N. C. 

F. T. 

Al. 

Ken. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

N. H. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Va. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

II. 

O. 

3Ias. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Va. 

O. 

Mi. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Mi. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

S. C. 

s. c. 

Ten. 
Ken. 
O. 



Kef. 

Letters 



Hj 

Jf 

Kf 

le 

Ik 

Qd 

Wc 

Gj 

Nk 

Go 
li 

Tf 

Sf 

Ng 

Sg 

Qd 

Yb 

Sf 

Vc 

Wc 

Lh 

Jf 

Lg 
Ke 

Rd 
Re 
S c 
Tf 
Tf 
Qi 
Qi 
Ue 
Ei 

Lg 

Xd 

Wd 

Vd 

Pd 

Oi 

Oi 

Le 

Co 

Pd 

Sf 

Oc 

N f 

Td 

Oi 

Dn 

Tf 

Nf 

Ud 

LI 

LI 

Jj 
Jh 

Jg 



I'opiila- 1). t"r. 
tion. Wash. 



6,485 

578 
262 
996 



481 



1,544 

838 



1,804 
1,175 
1,943 
1,559 
1,983 

"ies 

1,594 
126 



669 

879 

3,782 

11,036 



2,389 



857 
2,445 
1,649 
2,631 
2,485 
12,071 



552 
7,934 

872 
1,378 

335 



3,354 



7,385 

1,733 

1,533 

17,169 



5,310 
4,520 
2,410 



441 



640 
353 
475 

723 
426 
1,454 
931 
610 
177 
178 
244 
177 
314 
599 
148 
444 
500 
418 



380 
509 
366 
150 
357 
212 
211 



169 
327 
850 
333 
464 
448 
382 
336 



180 
385 



329 
146 
329 
241 
400 
240 
1,075 
176 
240 
364 



550 



481 



u. ft. 
< 'a p. 



45 



76 

213 

13 

183 

161 

560 

132 

75 

11 

85 

237 

71 

240 

20 

57 

45 

26 

142 



36 
121 

i:r> 

141 

148 
46 
45 



47 
93 

181 
85 
37 
26 
82 

283 



1.36 
137 



255 
72 

268 

228 
30 

18J 
40 
17 

227 
51 



129 



120 



* Allenton is situated on Key West, or Thompson's Island, one of the Florida keys, for which 
see the supplementary map of Florida. 



12 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Anderson, 

Andersonton, 

Andersonville, 

Andes, 

Andover, 

Andover, 

Andover, 

Andover, 

Andover, 

Andover, 

Ancrelica, 

ANNAPOZiZS, 

Annapolis, 

Annapolis, a . 

Ann Arbour, 

Ann Arbour, 

ANN ARUNDEL, . 

Annsburgh 

Annsville, 

Annville, A . 

Anson, 

ANSON, 

Antes, 

Antrim, 

Antrim, 

Antrim, 

Antwerp, 

Appalachicola, 

Appleton, 

AFPLING, 

Applington, 

Appoquinimink, 

Apulia, 

Arcadia, 

Arcadia, 

Archer, 

ARENAC, 

Arg-vle, 

ARKANSAS, 

Arkansas, 

Arkport, 

Arkwright, 

Arlington, 

Arlington, 

Armagh, 

Armagh, 

ARMSTRONG 

Armstrong, 

Armstrong, 

Arnoldton, 

ASCENSION. 

Ashboro', 

Ashburnham, 

Ashby, 

ASHE 

Asheville, 

Ashfield, 

Ashford, 



Class. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



tsh. and t. 
t 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t. 
Capital,. . . . 
t 



t. . . 
tsh. 
t. 



County, . 

t 

tsh 

tsh. . .■ . . 
t 



County, . 

tsh 

t 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh. cuid t. 
t 



County, . 
t 



Hundred, , 

t 

tsh 

tsh , 

tsh 

Coimty, . . 
tsh. and t. 
County, . . 
t 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh 

t 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



Parish, 
t 



County, . 

c. t 

t 

t 



Madison, 

Perry, 

Rush, 

Warrick, . . . . 
Madison, . . . . 
Anderson, . . . 
Delaware, . . . . 

Oxford, 

Merrimack, . . 
Windsor, . . . . 

Essex, 

Alleghany, . . . 
Ashtabula, . . . 
Alleghany, . . . 
Ann Arundel, . 
Harrison, . . . . 
Jefferson, . . . . 
Washtenaw,. . 
Washtenaw,. . 



County. 



Washington, 

Oneida, 

Lebanon, . . . 
Somerset, . . . 



Huntingdon,.. 
Hillsborough,. 
Franklin, . . . . 
Crawford, . . . . 
Jefferson, . . . . 
Franklin, . . . . 
Waldo, 



Columbia, . . 
New-Castle, 
Onondaga,. . 
Wayne, .... 
Kalamazoo,. 
Harrison, . . 



Washington, 



Arkansas, . . . 
Steuben, . . . . 
Chautauque, . 
Bennington, . 

Tioga, 

Indiana, . . . . 
Mifflin, 



State. 



Indiana, . . . . 
Vanderburg, . 
Campbell, . . . 



Randolph,. . 
Worcester, 
Middlesex, . 

Buncombe, 
Franklin, . . 
Windham, . 



In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

S. C. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Md. 

O. 

O. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

Md. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Me. 

N.C. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Pa. 

O. 

N. Y. 

F. T. 

Me. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Del. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

M. T. 

O. 

M.T. 

N. Y. 

A. T. 

A. T. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

In. 

Va. 

La. 

N.C. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

N.C. 

N.C. 

Mas. 

Ct. 



Rpf. 
Letters 



L t 
Hh 

Ig 
Gi 

Lf 

LI 

Td 

Xp 

W c 

Vc 

Wd 

Qd 

Ne 

Pd 

Rh 

Mf 

Nf 

Kd 

Kd 

Rg 

Azl 

Sc 

Rf 

Yb 

Nk 

Pf 

We 

Qg 

Kf 

Sh 

Iq 
Yb 
Lo 
L m 

Sg 

Rd 

Qc 

Id 

Mf 

Kc 

Uc 

CI 

CI 

Qd 

O 

U 

R 

O 

Q 

o 

O 

G 

Oi 

Cp 

Ok 

Wd 

Wd 

Mj 

Lk 

Vd 

Ve 



d 
c 
d 
f 
f 
f 
f 
h 



Popula- 
tion. 



315 

266 



1,860 
399 

1,324 
975 

4,530 
598 
414 
998 

2,623 

68 

156 



28,295 



1,481 

2,736 

2,532 

14,095 

207 
1,309 
3,829 

139 
2,412 



735 

1,468 



1,061 
3,901 
1,586 



3,450 
1,426 
1,064 
315 
926 
1,207 



2,132 

17,625 

2,966 



. fr. 
ash. 



565 
668 
540 
720 
561 
552 
354 
612 
496 
455 
446 
306 
302 
327 
37 

2m 

276 
538 
535 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



708 
412 
129 
639 



177 

454 

436 
435 
991 
626 



602 
106 
329 
344 
640 
284 



423 



1,064 
315 
362 
426 
294 
175 
172 



5,426 



1,402 
1,240 

6,987 



1,732 
2,660 



199 


167 


715 


160 


219 


141 


345 


72 


420 


54 


426 


47 



513 
396 
362 



45 

143 

53 

193 

41 

138 

90 

61 

22 

67 

19 

252 

104 

256 

130 

137 

41 

42 



110 

112 

19 

40 



119 

38 

62 

164 

95 

35 



93 
16 
124 
190 
144 
120 



46 



114 
240 
324 
106 
151 
141 
65 



259 

105 

27 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



13 



Names of Places. 



Ashtbrd, 

Ashland, 

ASHTABULA 

Ashtabula, 

Ashville, 

Askville, 

Aspalaga, 

Assawaman, 

ASSUMPTION,.... 

Aston, A. 

Asylum, 

Athens, 

Athens, A. 

Athens, 

Athens, 

Athens 

Athens, 

Athens, 

Athens, 

Athens, 

ATHENS, 

Athens, 

Athens, 

Athens, 

Athens, 

Athol, 

Athol, 

Atkinson, 

Atkinson, A. 

Atlas, 

ATTAKAPAS, .... 

Attica, 

Attica, 

Attieborough, 

Attleborough, 

Attlebury, 

Atwater, 

Atwater's Falls, 

Auburn, 

Auburn, 

Auburn, 

Auburn, 

Auburn, 

Auburn, 

AUDRAIN, 

AUGUSTA, 

Augusta, 

Augusta, 

I Augusta, A . 

AUGUSTA, 

Augusta, 

Augusta, 

Augusta, 

Augusta, 

Augusta Springs, .... 

Auraria, 

Aurelius, 

Aurelius, 

Auriesville, 

Aurora, 

Aurora, 



tsh. 



County, . . . 
tsh. and t. 



Class. 



Cataraugus, 
Richland, . . 



c. t 

t 

t 

Parish, 
tsh. . . . 

tsh 

t 

t 



Ashtabula, . 
Chatauque, . 
St. Clair,... 
Gadsden, . . 
Accomack, . 



tsh. and t. . . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

c. t 

c. t 

t 

County, ... . 
tsh. and c. t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t-l 

X* •••••■••■ 

c. t. 

County, . . . . 
tsh. and t.. . 
t 



County. 



Delaware. . . 
Bradford, . . 
Somerset, . . 
Windliam, . 
Greene, . . . . 
Bradford, . . 
Crawford, . . 

Clark, 

Limestone,. 
McMinn, . . 
Fayette, . . . 



Athens, 

Harrison, .... 
St. Clair, .... 
Sangamon, . . . 

Worcester 

Warren, 

Penobscot, . . . 
Rockingham, . 
Pike, 



tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. and c. t. 

tsh , 

tsh 

tsh 



t 

County, . . 
t. and capital 
tsh. and t. . . 

t 

tsh 

County, 

c. t 

c. t 

c. t 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and t . . 
t 



Genesee, 

Fountain, .... 

Bristol, 

Bucks, 

Dutchess, . . . . 

Portage, 

St. Lawrence, 

Cayuga, 

Susquehanna, . 

Geauga, 

Richland, . . . . 
Oakland, . . . . 
Lincoln, 



State. 



Kennebeck, . 

Oneida, 

Sussex, 

Northumb'rland 



Richmond, . . . 

Perry, 

Bracken, . . . . 
Columbiana.. . 
Augusta, . . . . 
Limipkin, . . . . 

Cayuga, 

Washington, . 
Montgomery,. 

Erie, 

Cayuga, 



N. Y. 

0. 
O. 
O. 
N.Y. 

AI. 

F.T. 

Va. 

La. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Me. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

0. 

O. 

O. 

II. 

II. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

N. H. 

II. 

La. 

N.Y. 

In. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

0. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

M. T. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Geo. 

Mi. 

Ken. 

O. 

Va. 

Geo. 

N.Y. 

O. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 



Kef. 
Letters 



Pd 
Lf 
No 
No 
Od 
Hm 

Ip 

Si 

Cq 

Sg 

Re 

Yb 

Vc 

Ud 

Re 

Oe 

Km 

HI 

Jk 

Ji 

Lg 

Lg 
Mf 

Eh 

Eg 

Vd 

Uc 

Ya 

Wd 

Cg 

Bq 

Pd 

Gf 

W e 

Tf 

Ue 

Me 

Tb 

Rd 

Re 

Me 

Lf 

Kd 

Cg 

Cg 

Yb 

Sd 

Te 

Rf 

Oh 

L m 

Eo 

Kh 

Mf 

Oh 

Jl 

Rd 

Mg 

Td 

Pd 

Rd 



Popula 
tion. 



631 



14,534 
1,632 



5,669 
1,070 

529 
1,200 

415 
2,425 
1,253 

121 



D. I"r. 
Wash, 



D. fr. 

Cap. 



9,787 
1,691 
1,463 



1,325 
909 
418 
554 



2,492 



3,215 



531 



4,466 

516 

428 

56 



336 
368 



334 
341 

747 
893 
173 



282 
68 



191 
337 
129 
43 
233 



3,980 
3,058 



2,131 
19,926 



1,081 



2,767 
337 



126 
248 
644 
439 
342 
252 
304 
616 
751 
572 
544 

344 

284 
828 
816 
408 
448 
678 
462 
929 



368 
668 
406 
163 
332 
312 
492 
339 
256 
328 
405 
556 
925 



87 

137 

45 

98 

28 

143 

237 

76 

130 I 

153 

35 

73 
130 

86 
94 
64 
71 
79 
33 
148 



250 

95 

28 

125 

74 

137 

224 

156 

148 

143 

96 

30 

109 



595 
362 
233 
163 



580 
1,063 
489 
299 
176 
644 
340 
315 
411 
383 
327 



110 
75 
57 



90 
137 

73 
141 
134 
141 
169 
113 

41 
274 
171 



B 



14 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Aurora, 

Aurora, .... 

Aurora, 

Austerlitz, 

Austinburg, A. 

Austin Town, 

AUTAUGA, 

Averasboro', 

Averill, ■ 

Avery's Gore,. . . . D 
Avery's Gore, . . . . B 

Avon, 

Avon, 

Avon, 

Avon, 

AVOYELLES, ... 

Babylon, 

Bachelder's Grant, . . 
Bachelor's Ret'rt., P.O. 

Baileyville, A . 

Bainbridge, 

Bainbridge, North, . . 
Bainbridge, South, . . 

Bainbridge, 

Bainbridge, 

Bainbridge, 

Bainbridge, 

Bainbridge, 

Bainbridge, 

Bainbridge, 

BAKER,% 

Baker, A . 

Bakersfield, 

Bald Eagle 

Bald Eagle, A, 

Baldwin, 

BALDWIN, 

BALDWIN, 

Baldwinsville, 

Ballston, 

Ballsville, 

Baltimore, A 

Baltimore, 

BALTIMORE 

Baltimore, 

Baltimore New, .... 

Baltimore, 

Baltimore, b 

Bangor, 

Bangor, 

Banister Town, .... 

Baptisttown, 

BARBOUR, 

Barbourville, 

Barbour sville, 

Barboursville, . ... 

Barber's, 

Bardstown, 

Bargaintown, 

Baring, 

Barker, 



Class. 



tsh 

t 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

Parish, . . 
t 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 



tsh. 
t. .. 



County, . 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 

tsh 

t 

County, , 
County, , 
t 



County, . 

t 

t 

t 

t 

c. t 

t 

t 

tsh 



Portage, . . , 
Dearborn, . . 

Clark, 

Columbia, . . , 
Ashtabula. . , 
Trumbull, ., 



County. 



Cumberland, 

Essex, 

Addison, . , . . 
Franklin, . . . 
Somerset, . . . 
Hartford, . . . 
Livingstone,. 
Lorain, 



tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

t 

Hundred. 
County, .. 
City, .... 

t 

t 

t 

c. t 

tsh 

t 

t 



Suffolk, , 

Oxford, 

Pickens, 

Washington, , 
Chenango, . . . 
Chenango, . . 
Chenango, . . 
Lancaster, . . 
Decatur, .... 
Franklin, . . . 
Geauga, .... 

Ross, 

Dubois, 

Girardeau, . . 



Morgan, .... 
Franklin, . . . 

Centre, 

Lycoming, . . 
Cumberland, 



Baltimore, . 
Fauquier, . . 
Blount, . . . 
Fairfield, . . 
Penobscot, . 
Franklin, . . 
Halifax, . . . 
Monmouth, 



Knox, 

Cabell, 

Orange, .... 
Fauquier, . . . 

Nelson, 

Gloucester, . . 
Washington, 
Broome, .... 



State. 



Onondaga, ... 
Saratoga, .... 
Sandusky, . . . 
Windsor, .... 
Sussex, 



O. 

In. 

II. 

N.Y. 

O. 

O. 

Al. 

N. C. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

Me. 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

O. 

La. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

S. C. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

Al. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

Mo. 

Geo. 

In. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Me. 

Geo. 

Al. 

N.Y, 

N.Y. 

O. 

Vt. 

Del. 

Md. 

Md. 

Va. 

Al. 

O. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

Va. 

N.J. 

Al. 

Ken. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

Ken. 

N.J. 

Me. 

N.Y. 



Ref. 

Letters 

Gg 

Ud 

Ne 

Ne 

Hn 

Pk 

Wh 

Vb 

Vb 

Xb 

Ve 

Qd 

Le 

Bo 

Uf 

Xb 

Ki 

AZa 

Sd 

S d 

Sd 

Rf 

Jo 

Gi 

Me 

Kg 
Hh 
Ei 
Jo 

Hg 

Vb 

Qe 

Qe 

Xc 

K m 

Gp 

Re 

Ud 

Ke 

Vc 

Sh 

Rg 

Rg 

Qh 

Gm 

Lg 
Zb 

Tb 

Pj 
Tf 

lo 

Kj 
Lh 
Ph 
Ph 
li 

Tg 
AZa 

Sd 



Popula- 
tion. 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



781 



2,245 

771 

1,259 

11,874 



1 
33 

22 

745 

1,025 

2,362 

558 

3,484 



124 



189 
3,038 



439 
279 
411 



1,253 



1,087 
831 



947 
7,295 
2,334 



2,113 

264 

179 

2,176 

120,870 

80,620 



469 

2,867 
1,076 



138 



1,629 
159 



328 
527 
703 
357 
335 
297 



D. fr. 

Cap. 

131 
102 
134 

30 
185 
162 



322 
596 
497 
561 
631 
325 
347 
374 



200 
568 
563 
816 
323 
322 
318 
103 
848 
805 
333 
422 
770 
841 



36 

110 

43 

48 

40 

10 

220 

149 



608 
548 
212 
204 
551 



533 
393 
105 
126 
606 
200 
811 
307 



190 

95 

158 

214 

110 

111 

115 

18 

206 

li)2 

136 

63 

132 

223 



35 

51 

105 

97 

80 



355 

406 
423 

448 
128 



147 
29 
98 
84 
61 



38 
45 
769 
374 
661 
516 
21'; 
219 



30 

122 

89 

30 

66 

221 

127 

53 



122 

344 

76 

63 

55 

90 

209 

139 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



15 



Names of Places. 



Class. 



Barkhamstead, . . . 

Barlow, 

Barnard, 

Bamardstown, . . . 

Barnegat, 

Baniet, 

BARNSTABLE, 

Barnstable, 

BARNWELL, .. 
Barnwell, C. H. . . 

Barnstead, 

Barnsville, 

Barr, 

Barre, 

Barre, 

Barre, 

Barre, 

BARREN, 

Barrington, 

Barrington, Great, . . . 

Barrington, A . 

Barrington, A. 

Barrv, A. 

BARRY, 

Bart, A. 

BARTHOLOMEW, 

Bartlett, 

Barton, 

Barton, 

Bartonville, 

Baskenridge, 

Batavia, 

Batavia, 

Batavia, 

Batavia, 

Batavia, 

Batesville, 

Bath, 

Bath, 

Bath, 

Bath 

BATH, 

Bath, 

Bath, 

BATH, 

Bath, 

Bath, 

Bath, 

Bath 

BATON ROUGE, E. 
BATON ROVGE,W. 

Baton Rouge, 

Battle Town, 

Baughman, 

Bay, 

Bayard's Town,* . . 

Bazetta, 

Bazil, 



t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t. 

County, . 

t 

District, 
c. t . . . . 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

t 

t 

t 



County. 



Litchfield, . 
Washington, 
Windsor, • . . 
Franklin, . . . 
Dutchess, . . 
Caledonia, . . 



Barnstable, . . . 

Barnwell, .... 
Strafford, .... 
Belmont, .... 

Daviess, 

Washington, . 
Worcester, . . . 

Orleans, 

Huntingdon, . 



State. 



tsh. and t. 
tsh 



County, 
tsh. ... 



County, . 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



tsh. and c. t. 

t, 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 

c. t. 

t 

t 

t 

tsh. and c. t 
County, . . . . 

c. t 

t 

County, . . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

Parish, . . . , 
Parish, . . . , 

c. t 

t 

tsh 

tsh , 

Borough, . . 

tsh 

t 



Stafford, . . , 
Berkshire, 
Bristol, ... 
Yates, .... 
Schuylkill, 



Ct 

O. 

Vt 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

S. C. 

S. C. 

N. H. 

0. 

In. 

Vt 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

R. L 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

M. T. 



Lancaster, 



Coos, 

Orleans, .... 

Tioga, 

Gasconade, . . . 
Somerset, .... 

Genesee, 

Greene, 

Clermont, .... 
Clermont, .... 

Geauga, 

Independence, 

Lincoln, 

Grafton, 

Rcnssalaer, . . 
Steuben, 



Morgan, . 
Beaufort, 



Allen, ... 
Green, . . 
Medina, . 
Franklin, 



E. Baton Rouge, 
Frederick, . . 
Wayne, ..... 
Sandusky, . 
Allegany, . . . 
Trumbull, .. 
Fairfield, . . . 



Pa. 

In. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Mo. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

A. T. 

Me. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Va. 

N. C. 

Ken. 

O, 

O. 

O. 

In. 

La. 

La. 

La. 

Va. 

O. 

O. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 



Kef. 
Letters 



Ve 

Mg 

Vc 

Vd 

Ue 

Vb 

Xe 

Xe 

Mm 

Mm 

W c 

Mf 

Gh 

Vb 

Vd 

Pc 

Qf 



li 


Wc 


We 


Qd 


Rf 


Id 


R? 


Hg 


W b 


Vb 


Rd 


Ch 


Tf 


Pd 


Td 


JS 


Jff 


Me 


Ck 


Yc 


Vb 


Ud 


Qd 


Oh 


P? 


Kk 


Kh 


Jf 


Js: 


Me 


J? 


Cp 


Bn 


Cp 


Qff 


M f 


Ke 


Nf 


Ne 


Lg 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,715 
452 

l,8sl 
918 



1,764 
28,514 

3,974 
19.236 



2,047 

408 



2,012 
2,503 
4,768 
1,770 
15,079 
1,895 
2,264 

612 
1,354 

443 

1,750 

5,476 

644 

729 

982 



4,264 



1,712 
426 
336 



3,773 

1,628 



3,387 
4,002 



8,799 
410 

1,534 
374 



6,698 
3,084 



1,231 
149 

2,118 

539 

73 



). fr. 
'ash. 

"349 

314 

455 

403 

297 

529 



466 



U. fr. 
Cap. 



562 
492 
297 
666 
521 
399 
386 
170 



499 
349 
402 
320 
182 

lio 



556 
568 
260 
945 
213 
370 
349 
476 
476 
320 
1,044 
576 
523 
374 
299 



93 
318 



509 
452 
344 
520 



1,237 

59 

346 

442 



302 
377 



23 
96 

87 
91 
79 
43 



68 



62 

18 

128 

128 

5 

61 
260 

93 



33 

135 

8 

193 

75 

54 



79 

45 

181 

35 

47 

244 

44 

109 

109 

164 

102 

37 

81 

1 

216 



186 
138 



112 

56 
123 

82 



117 
160 
115 
117 



162 
32 



city. 



Bayard's Town Sorough is in the vicinity of Pittsburgh, and is considered a suburb of that 



16 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Plates. 



Beach Creek, 

Beatsville, 

Bean Blossom, 

Bean's Station, P. O.. 

Bear, 

Beard's Town, 

Bearfield, 

Bear Town, 

BEAVER 

Beaver, Big, 

Beaver, Little, 

Beaver, North, 

Beaver, South, 

Beaver, 

Beaver, 

Beaver, 

Beaver, 

Beaver, 

Beaver, 

Eeaver, 

Beaver Creek, 

Beaver Creek, 

Beaverdam, 

BEAUFORT, 

Bemtfort, 

BEAUFORT, 

Beaufort, 

Beccaria, 

Becket, 

Beckhamville, P. O. . . 

Beckwith's, 

BeechHill, P, O 

Beddington, 

Bedford, 

Bedford, 

Bedford, 

BEDFORD, 

Bedford, 

Bedford, , 

BEDFORD, 

Bedford, , 

BEDFORD, 

Bedford, 

Bedford 

Bedford, 

Bedford, 

Bedford, 

Bedminster, A 

Bedininster, A 

Beekman, 

Beekman, 

Beclersville, 

Belchertown, 

Belfast, 

Belfast, 

Belfast, 

Belfast, 

Belford, P. O 

Belfont, 

Belgrade, 

Belgrade, 



tsh. 



tsh. 



tsh. 



tsh. 
t. .. 



Class. 



County. 



County,. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. . . . 
borough 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



Greene, .... 
Washington, 
Monroe, .... 
Grainger, . . . 
Venango, . . . 
Morgan, .... 

Perry, 

Caroline, . . . 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



tsh 

tsh 

County, 
t 



Beaver, 

Beaver, .... 

Beaver, 

Beaver, 

Beaver, 

Crawford, . . . 

Union, 

Union, 

Columbiana,. 
Guernsey, . . 

Pike, 

Venango, . . . 

Green, 

Erie, 



District, 

t 

tsh 

t 



t. 



tsh. and c. 
County, . . 
tsh 

borough, . 
County, . . 



County,. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



Carteret, . 



Beaufort, .... 
Clearfield, . . . 
Berkshire, . . . 

Chester, 

Scott, 

Jackson, 

Washington, . 
Hillsborough, . 
Middlesex, . . . 
West Chester, 



Bedford, 
Bedford, 



Richmond, . 



State. 



t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



c. t. 



Oldham, . . . . 
Coshocton, . . 
Cuyahoga, . . 

Meigs, 

Lawrence, . . 
Somerset, . . . 

Bucks, 

Clinton, . . . . 
Dutchess, . . . 
Escambia, . . 
Hampshire, . 
Waldo,... . 
Allegany, . . . 
Bedford, . . . , 
Newberry, . . 

Nash, 

Jackson, . . . . 
Kennebeck, , 
Pope, 



In. 

Pa. 

In. 

Ten. 

Pa. 

II. 

O. 

Md. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

0. 

O. 

Pa. 

O. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

N. C. 

s. c. 

s. c. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

S.C. 

Mo. 

Ten. 

Me. 

N.H. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Geo. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

0. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

N. Y. 

F. T. 

Mas. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

S. C. 

N. C. 

Al. 

Me. 

II. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Hg 
Nf 
Hg 
Ki 
Oe 
Df 

Sg 

Nf 
Nf 
Nf 
Nf 
Nf 
Nf 
Ne 
Qf 
Qf 
Nf 
Mg 

Lg 
Oe 

Nd 

Rk 

Ri 

MN 

Nn 

Pf 

Ud 

Ni 

Ej 

Ij 

AZa 

Wd 

Wd 

Ue 

Pf 

Pf 

Pf 

01 

L m 

Hk 

Lh 

Lf 

Me 

Hh 

Tf 

Sf 

Ub 

Ue 

Gp 

Vd 

Zh 

Pd 

Mi 

Pj 
Hi 

Yb 
Fi 



Popula- 
tion. 



671 



24,183 

1,293 

1,825 

1,892 

829 

914 

185 

2,280 



D. fr. D. fr. 
Wash. Cap. 



1,325 

1,488 
717 
471 

1,504 

443 

10,969 



37,032 



434 
1,063 



1,563 
685 

2,750 
24,502 

1,369 
869 

2,024 



30,396 
104 
896 
406 
266 



1,453 
1,595 
2,391 
1,584 



2,491 

3,077 

743 

1,372 



1,375 



218 
637 
474 
293 
862 
353 
84 

264 
254 
275 
259 
251 
318 
169 
169 
295 
315 
401 
259 
463 
325 

"383 

"629 
188 
365 
479 
890 
664 
709 
456 
430 
268 

"lie 

126 

"584 

"574 
352 
342 
349 
633 
211 
171 
544 
317 

1,040 
383 
641 
333 
98 
506 
255 
686 
605 
810 



206 

42 

241 

220 

140 

61 

47 

240 

232 

243 

237 

229 

257 

59 

59 

165 

98 

68 

192 

67 

258 

166 

163 
122 
113 

50 
273 

66 
111 

18 

13 
135 

"% 

105 

"94 

"53 

68 

149 
88 
73 
45 

102 

167 
73 

232 
76 
40 

262 
78 
58 
62 

172 
10 

192 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Names of Places. 



Bellair, 

Belle Air, 

Bellbrook, 

Bellefonie, 

Bellctbntaine, 

Bellefontaine, 

Bcllefontaine, 

Bellefontaine, 

Bcllehavcn, 

Belle Plain, 

Belleville, 

Belleville, 

Belleville, 

Belleville, 

Belleville, 

Belleville, 

Belleville, 

Belleville, 

Belleville, 

Bellevievv, 

Bellfield, 

Bell's Landings, P.O.. 

Bellsville, a. 

Bellinghain, 

Bcllona, 

Belmont, 

Belmont, 

Belmont, 

BELMONT, 

Belmont, 

Belpre, 

Belton, P. O 

Belvedere, 



County,. 



Belvedere, 

Belvidere, 

Belvidere, 

Bemis, 

Bengal, 

Benedict, 

Bennetsville, 

Bennetville, 

BENNINGTON,... 

Bennington, 

Bennington, 

Bennington, 

Bennington, 

Bensalem, 

Benson, 

Bcntleyville, 

Benton, 

Benton, 

BENTON, 

Benton, 

Benton, 

Bergen, 

BERGEN, 

Bergen, , 

BERKELEY, 

Berkley, A 

BERKS, 

Berkshire, 



\L 



Class. 



c. t. 
t. .. 



borough, . 



c. t. 



c. t. 



tsh. 



t. .. 
c. t. 

t. .. 



County, . 
t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



t 

t 

tsL . . . . 

tsh 

County, . 
c. t 



c. t 

tsh. and t. 
County, . . 

tsh 

County,.. 

t 

County, . . 



County. 



Harford, 

Lancaster, . . . , 

Green, 

Centre, 

Baldwin, .... 

Logan, 

St. Louis, ... , 
Washington, . 
Accomack,. . . 

Stafford, 

Jefferson, .... 

Mifflin, 

Wood, 

Conecuh, .... 
Davidson, .... 

Boone, 

Hopkins, 

Richland, .... 
St. Clair, .... 

Calhoun, 

Sussex, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Norfolk, 

Ontario, 

Waldo, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 



Belmont, .... 
Washington, 
Fairfield, . . . 
Perquimans,. 
Franklin, . . . 
Allegany, ... 
Warren, .... 
Chautauque,. 
Dutchess, . . . 
Charles, .... 
St. Clair,.... 
Marlboro', . . 



Bennington,. 
Genesee, . . . . 
Delaware, . . . 
Licking, . . . . 

Bucks, 

Rutland, . . . . 
Halifax, . . . . 
Cattaraugus, 
Yates, 



Yazoo, . . 
Scott, . . . , 
Genesee, . 



Bergen, . . 
Bristol, . . . 
Franklin, . 



Slate. 



Md. 

S. C. 

O. 

Pa. 

Al. 

O. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

Va. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

O. 

II. 

II. 

Va. 

Al. 

O. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

Pa. 

Mi. 

O. 

0. 

O. 

s. c. 

N. C. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Md. 

Al. 

S.C. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O, 

Pa. 

Vt. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Al. 

Mi. 

Mo. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Va. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Vt. 



NI 

J? 
Qf 

Gp 

Kf 

Dh 

Dh 

Si 

Qh 

Re 

Qf 

Mg 

Go 

Gj 
Jh 
Gi 
Lf 
Dh 

Dg 

Qj 

Go 

Mg 

Wd 

Qd 

Vb 

Se 

Fo 

Mf 

Mf 

Mg 

Nl 

Rj 

Vb 

P d 

Sf 

Od 

Ue 

Rh 

Hm 

01 

Uc 

Ud 

Pd 

Lf 

Lf 

Tf 

Uc 

Pj 

Pd 

Qd 

Im 

Dn 

Ei 

Pc 

To 

Tf 

Qg 
We 
Rf 
Vb 



Popula- 
tion. 



189 
61)8 



266 



173 



50 
1,102 



1,042 



28,627 

132 

1,036 



185 



17,468 
3,419 
2,224 
490 
551 
1,811 
1,493 



3,957 



1,.508 
22,412 

4,651 

10,518 

907 

53,1.52 

1,308 



D. fr. 

Wash, 



61 
425 
462 
192 
1,024 
458 
860 
908 
226 

58 
395 
169 
314 
959 
737 
518 
758 
389 
843 
940 
184 
9,35 
304 
405 
337 
635 
278 
998 



U. ir. 
Gap. 

~53 

91 

66 

85 
232 

62 
139 
120 
194 

70 
169 

77 
314 
193 

23 

68 
220 

62 

71 
146 

62 
136 
150 

27 
186 

34 
173 

r 



288 
316 



556 
330 
210 
335 



49 
735 
406 



414 
363 
395 
389 
157 
468 
230 
315 
322 



1,075 
883 
368 



222 



560 



119 
111 



42 
259 

54 
338 



54 
142 
102 



120 

256 

31 

38 

119 

84 

115 

300 

187 



64 
236 
241 



56 



419 37 



64 



18 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



BERKSHIRE, 

Berkshire, 

Berkshire, ...v. 

Berlin, 

Berlin, 

Berlin, 



Berlin, 
Berlin, 
Berlin, 
Berlin, 
Berlin, 
Berlin, 
Berlin, 

Berlin, 

Berlin, 

Berlin, 

BerlinvilJe, 

Bernard, B. 

Berne, 

Berne, 

Berne, 

Berne, 

Bernsville, 

Berriev, 

BERRIEN, 

Berrysville, 

Berrytown, 

BERTIE, 

Berwick, 

Berwick, A. . 

Berwick, 

Bethabara, 

Bethany, 

Bethany, 

Bethel, 

Bethel, 

Bethel, 

Bethel, 

Bethel, 

Bethel, 

Bethel B. 

Bethel, B. 

Bethel, 

Bethel, 

Bethel, 

Bethel 

Bethel, 

Bethinia, 

Bethlehem, 

Bethlehem, 

Bethlehem, 

Bethlehem, A . 

Bethlehem, A. 

Bethlehem, East,. .B. 
Bethlehem, West, .G. 

Bethlehem, 

Bethlehem, A. 

Bethlehem, 

Bethlehem, 

Bettsburg, 

Beula, 



Class. 



County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



tsh. and t. 
t 



t 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



c. t 

County, . 
t 



County,. 



tsh. 
t. .. 



t , 

tsh , 

borough, , 
t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



County. 



Tioga, 

Delaware, ... 

Oxford, 

Coos, 

Washington, 
Worcester, . . . 
Hartford, .... 
Rensselaer, . . 
Somerset,. . . . 
Worcester, . . . 
Delaware, . . . 

Holmes, 

Knox, 

Trjjmbull, . . . 
Sangamon, . . . 
Northampton, 
Somerset, .... 

Berks, 

Albany, 

Athens, 

Fairfield, .... 

Berks, 

Dooly, 



Knox, . 
Kent, . 



York 

Adams, 

Columbia, . . . 

Stokes, 

Genesee, .... 

Wayne, 

O.xford, 

Windsor, .... 

Ontario, 

Sullivan, 

Bedford, 

Berks, 

Delaware, . . . 
Lebanon, .... 
Amherst, .... 

Clark, 

Clermont,. . . . 

Miami, 

Posey, 

Stokes, 

Grafton, 

Litchfield, . . . 

Albany, 

Hunterdon, . . 
Northampton, 
Washington, . 
Washington, . 
Southampton, 
Coshocton, ... 

Stark, 

Clarke, 

Chenango, . . . , 
Cambria, 



State. 



Mas. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas, 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Md. 

O. 

O. 

0. 

O. 

II. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

0. 

O. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

M.T. 

In. 

Del. 

N. C. 

Me. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Me. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

O. ' 

O. 

O. 

In. 

N. C. 

N. H. 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 



Kef. 
Letters 



Ud 

Rd 

Lf 

Xb 

Wb 

Vb 

Wd 

Ve 

Vd 

Pg: 

Sh 

Kf 

Mf 

Lf 

Me 

Eg 
Sf 
Tf 
Rf 
Td 
Mg 

Rf 
Kn 
He 
Gh 

Sg 
Qj 
Xc 

Rg 

Re 

Nj 
Pd 
Se 
Xb 
Vc 
Qd 
Te 

Pg 
Rf 

Sg 
Rf 
Oi 

Kg 
Jh 

Jg 
Gi 

Nj 
Wb 

Ue 
Ud 
Tf 

Sf 

Nf 

Nf 

Qj 

Mf 

Mf 

Ih 

Sd 

Pf 



Popula- 
tion. 



37,835 

1,711 

1,057 

478 

73 

1,664 

692 

3,037 

2,019 



645 
597 

520 
739 



2,062 

2,153 

3,607 

233 

1,388 



325 



12,262 
3,168 
1,417 



2,374 

327 

1,620 

1,677 



1,192 
1,208 
1,491 
367 
1,604 



1,726 

340 

1,366 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



673 
906 
6,082 
2,032 
2,430 
2,602 
2,048 



412 

886 



290 
392 
634 
585 
520 
409 
325 
388 
157 
150 
414 
333 
384 
302 
803 
192 
213 
150 
375 
341 
365 
155 
739 



679 
102 



501 
87 
196 
344 
365 
265 
593 
491 
338 
294 
129 
144 
111 
139 
192 
450 
477 
456 
728 
350 
542 
318 
381 
194 
184 
210 
217 
213 
346 
329 
592 
320 
180 



D. fr. 

Cap. 



148 
23 
61 

118 

5 

32 

11 

31 

135 

113 
20 
88 
54 

147 
81 
99 
47 
59 
22 
88 
35 
64 
97 



113 
12 



103 

36 

86 

118 

241 

162 

63 

38 

187 

129 

96 

34 

85 

29 

148 

54 

110 

60 

167 

122 

100 

36 

12 

36 

91 

203 

210 

91 

92 

114 

101 

119 

133 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



19 



Names of Places. 



Bevansville, 

Beverly, 

\ Beverly, 

I BIBB 

I BIBB 

'Biddeford, 

i Big Beaver, 

Big Bone Lick, P.O. A 
! Big Flats, 

Big Island, 

Big Lick, 

I Big Lick, 

Big River Mills, P. O. 

Bigby ville, 

Billerica, 

Billsburg, 

Bingham, 

Binghampton, 

Birdsall, 

Birdsville, 

Birmingham, 

Birmingham, 

Birmingham, ....A. 

Birmingham, C. 

Birmingham, 

BishopsviUe, 

Black 

Blackbird, 

Black's Bluff, 

I Blacksburg, 

! Black Lick, 

j Black River, 

I Black Rock, 

Blackwood Town, . . . 

BLADEN, 

Bladensburg, 

Blairsville, 

Blairsville, 

j Blakeley, 

I Blakeley, 

i Blakeley, 

! Blakesburg, 

Blandford, 

Blajidford, 

BLEDSOE, 

Blendon, 

Blenheim, 

Blinkleys\-ille, 

Blissfield, 

Blockley, 

Bloody Run, 

Bloom, A. 

Bloom, 

Bloom, 

Bloom, 

Bloom, 

j Bloomfield, A . 

! Bloomfield, 

Bloomfield, 

Bloomfield, 

Bloomjield, New, . . . . 



Class. 



c. t 

County, . 
County, . 

tsh 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 

t .. 



t 

t 

t 

t 

c t 

tsh 

t 

t 

borough, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t , 



tsh. 



t. 



t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



County,. , 

t 

borough. 



t 

tsh 

c. t 

Plantation, 

t 

t 

County, . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t. 

tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

tsh 

c. L 



County. 



Alleghany, 

Essex, 

Randolph, . 



York, 

Beaver, 

Boone, 

Tioga, 

Marion, 

Bottetourt, . . . . 

Gallatin, 

St. Francis, . . . 

Maury, 

Middlesex, . . . . 

Randolph, 

Somerset, 

Broome, 

Allegany, 

Burke, 

Clinton, 

Allegany, . . . 

Chester, 

Delaware 

Huntingdon, . . 

Sumter, 

Posey, 

New Castle, . . . 

Wilcox, 

Montgomery,. . 

Indiana, 

Lorain, 

Erie, 

Gloucester, . . . . 



Prince George's 

Indiana, 

York, 

Luzerne, 

Baldwin, 

Earley, 

Penobscot, .... 
Hampden, .... 
Prince George, 



Franklin, . . . 
Schoharie, . . 
Halifax, .... 
Lanawee, . . . 
Philadelphia, 
Bedford, .... 
Columbia, . . . 
Fairfield, . . . 
Morgan, .... 

Scioto, 

Seneca, 

Somerset, . . . 
Ontario, .... 

Essex, 

Crawford, . . . 
Perry, 



State. 



Md. 

Mas. 

Va. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Me. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Va. 

Ken. 

Mo. 

Ten. 

Mas. 

Va. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N.Y. 

Geo. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

S.C. 

In. 

Del. 

Al. 

Va. 

Pa. 

0. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

N. C. 

Md. 

Pa. 

S. C. 

Pa. 

Al. 

Geo. 

Me. 

Mas. 

Va. 

Ten. 

0. 

N. Y. 

N.C. 

M. T. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Xd 

Oh 

Kn 

Gm 

Xc 

Nf 

Jh 

Rd 

Kf 

Oi 

Jh 

Di 

Gk 

Wd 

Og 

Ya 

Sd 

Pd 

Ln 

Ub 

Nf 

Sg 

Pf 

Nl 
Gi 

Sg 
Go 
Ni 
Of 
Le 
Od 

S& 

PI 

Rh 

Of 

Ml 

Se 

Fp 

lo 

Za 

Vd 

Qi 
Ik 
Lf 
Td 

Qj 
Je 

S? 
P f 

Re 

Lg 
Mg 

Lh 

Ke 

Yb 

Qd 

Tf 

Ne 

Of 



Popula- 
tion. 



4,073 



7,154 
6,306 
1,995 
1,243 



1,149 
470 



1,374 
537 
543 



520 
277 

584 



1,341 



1,850 
209 



7,811 

957 

1,196 



403 
1,590 



4,648 

666 

2,271 



3,401 



2,090 

2,135 

1,006 

639 

389 

1,072 

3,861 

4,309 

197 




D. fr. 
Cap. 

T42 

16 

210 



527 
263 
525 
280 
421 
250 
551 
922 
740 
435 
224 
648 
291 
326 
625 
521 
222 
113 
116 
163 
458 
748 
107 
968 
290 
189 
385 
379 
146 



6 
189 
441 
247 
1,020 
869 
685 
363 
147 



399 
372 
243 
490 
131 
118 
191 
386 
345 
403 
423 
632 
344 
219 
323 
122 



72 
241 

66 
207 

51 
173 

43 
143 

49 

19 
240 

55 
145 
245 

71 
150 
200 

77 

84 
105 

67 
187 

17 
127 
215 
161 
138 
287 

44 



31 
161 

r86 

129 
228 
227 

90 
102 

25 



10 
53 
89 
67 
83 
96 
81 
14 
65 
92 
83 
33 

203 
53 

262 
36 



20 



CONSULTING INDEX, 



Names of Places. 



Bloomfield, 

Bloomfield, 

Bloomfield, 

Bloomfield, 

Bloomfield, 

Bloomfield, 

Bloomfield, 

Bloomfield, 

Bloomfield, 

Bloomfield, 

Bloomingburg, 

Blooming Grove,. .A. 

Blooming Grove, 

Blooming Grove, . . . . 

Bloomingport, 

Bloomington, 

Bloomington, 

Bloomsburg, 

BLOUNT, 

BLOUNT, 

Blount Springs, 

Blountsville, 

Blountsville, 

Blountville, 

Blountville, 

Blue Anchor, 

Blue Hill 

Blue Mounds, 

Blue River, 

Blue River, 

Blue River, A. 

Blue Rock, 

BlufFdale, 

Bluffton, 

Boardman, 

Bogard, 

Boggs, 

Bolesburg, . . . ^ 

Bolivar, 

Bolivar, 

Bolivar, 

Bolivar, ... 

Bolivar, 

Bolivia, 

Bolton, 

Bolton, 

Bolton, A , 

Bolton, , 

Bolton, 

Bombay, 

Bonagh Towrn, 

BOND, 

Bonnet Carre, P. O. . , 

Bono, 

Bon Pas, 

Boon, 

Boon, 

BOONE, 

BOONE, 

BOONE, 

Booneville, 



Class. 



t. .. 
tsh. 

t. .. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. and c. t. 
c. t 



County, 
County, . 



c. t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t. .. 



c.t. 



t 

tsh 

t 

t 

County, . 

tsh. and t. 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

County,.. 
County, . . 
County, . . 
c. t 



County. 



Nelson, 

Jackson, 

Jefferson, 

Knox, 

Pickaway, . . . . 
Richland, . . . . . 
TrumbuU, .... 

Oakland, 

Greene, 

Edgar, 

Fayette, 

Orange, 

Richland, 

Franklin, 

Cravvrford, 

Monroe, 

McLean, 

Colmnbia, 



Blount, 

Jones, 

Law'^rence, . . . . 

Blount, 

Sullivan, 

Gloucester, .... 

Hancock, 

Iowa, 

Hancock, 

Harrison, 

Johnson, 

Muskingum, . . 

Greene, 

Ray 

TrumbuU, . . . . 

Daviess, 

Centre, 

Centre, 

Allegany, 

Jackson, 

Hardiman, . . . . 

Monroe, 

Tuscarawas, . . 
St. Genevieve, . 
Chittenden, . . . 
Worcester, . . . . 

Tolland, 

Ulster, 

Warren, 

Franklin, 

Adams, 



St. John Baptist, 
Lawrence, . . 

White, 

Harrison, ... 
Warrick, ... 



Warrick, 



State. 



Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

M. T. 

In. 

II. 

O. 

N.Y. 

O. 

In. 

M. T. 

In. 

II. 

Pa. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Al. 

Geo. 

Ten. 

Al. 

Ten. 

N.J. 

Me. 

M. T. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

O. 

II. 

Mo. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Mi. 

O. 

Mo. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

II. 

La. 

In. 

II. 

In. 

In. 

Ken. 

In. 

Mo. 

In. 



Kef. 

Letters 



li 

N f 
Lf 

Kg 
Lf 

Ne 
Kd 
Hg 
Gg 
Kg 
Te 
Lf 

Ig 

Ca 

Hg 

Ff 

Rf 

HI 

Kk 

HJm 

K m 

Gk 

HI 

Lj 
Tg 
Zb 
Ed 

Ig 
Hh 

Ig 

Mg 

Dg 

ZAg 

Ne 
Gh 

Qf 

Qf 

Pd 

HI 

Ek 

Fm 

Mf 

D i 

Vb 

Wd 

Ve 

Ue 

Uc 

Tb 

Qg 
Eh 
Dp 
Hh 
Fh 
Hh 
Gh 
Jh 
Hf 
Bh 
Gh 



Popula- 
tion. 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



301 
527 
58 
762 
144 
349 
343 



100 

2,099 

573 



4,233 

11,028 



1,486 



536 
1,015 

422 
1,004 



821 
1,360 
"449 



30 



452 

1,253 

774 



1,467 
3,124 



1,783 

805 

9,075 

621 

8,85 



595 
377 
274 
385 
403 
390 
313 
545 
648 
689 
429 
271 
394 
530 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

44 

84 

135 
37 
17 
59 

170 
19 
76 

120 
44 

106 
85 
64 



627 
749 

185 



789 
658 
773 
748 
409 
161 
676 
975 
547 
614 
588 
348 
897 
1,103 
286 
679 
209 
183 
306 
669 
849 
939 
321 
894 
525 
413 
448 
310 
449 
511 
83 



1,241 
631 
747 
623 
712 



51 

120 

75 



90 
16 
90 
110 
306 
53 
78 

26 

124 

30 

71 

116 

151 

161 

96 

105 

82 

275 

189 

158 

163 

111 

152 

19 

30 

12 

61 

72 

227 

33 



36 

84 
106 
145 

187 



1 



713 188 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



21 



Names of Places. 



Boonsboro', 

Boonsboro', 

Boonvillc, 

Boonville, 

Bordcnsville, 

Borden Town, 

Borodino, 

Boscawcn, 

BOSTON, 

Boston, 

Boston, 

Boston, a . 

Boston, 

Boston Corner, . . . F . 
BOTTETOURT,... 

BOURBON, 

Bovina, 

Bow, 

Bowdoin, 

Bowdoinham, 

Bowling Green, 

Bowling Green, 

Bowling Green,. . .A. 
Bowling Green, ... . 

Bowling Green, 

Bowerbank, 

Bowersville, 

Boxborough, B 

Boxford, 

Boyd's Hole, 

Boydstown, 

Boydton, 

Boylston, 

Boylston, 

Bozrah, A. 

Braceville, B. 

BRACKEN, 

Bradford, 

Bradford, A. 

Bradford, 

BRADFORD 

Bradford, East, ...E. 
Bradford, West, . .V. 

Bradford, 

Bradford Springs, P.O. 

Bradley Vale, A. 

Brady, 

Brady, 

Braintree, 

Braintree, 

Braintrim, 

BRANCH, 

Brandenburg, 

Brandon, 

Brandon, 

Brandon, 

Brandy wine, B. 

Brandywine, 

Brandywine, 

Brandywine, 

Branford, 



Capital, . . . 
tsh 



Class. 



tsh. and t. 
c. t 



t. 



t 

tsh 

t 

County,. 
County, . 

tsh 

t 



c. t. 



c, t 

tsh 

tsh. and c. 
c. t 



c. t 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh, 
t. .. 



t 

tsh 

County,, 
c. t 



t. .. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



tsh 

Hundred, 
t 



tsh. 
t ., 



County. 



Washington, . . 
Madison, .... 

Oneida, 

Cooper, ... . 

Carteret, 

Burlington, . . 
Onondaga, . . . 
Merrimack, . . 

Suftblk, 

Eric, 

Jefferson*, .... 

Clark, 

Portage, 

Berkshire, . . . 



Delaware, .... 
Merrimack, . . 

Lincoln, 

Lincoln, 

Caroline, . . . . 

Warren, 

Licking, 

Clay, 

Pike, 

Penobscot, . . . 
Franklin, . . . . 
Middlesex, . . . 

Essex, 

King George,. 
Penobscot, . . . 
Mecklenburg, 
Worcester, . . . 

Oswego, 

New London,. 
Trumbull, . . . 



Merrimack, 
Orauge, . . . 
Essex, 



Chester, . . . 
Chester, . . . 
Clearfield, . . 
Sumter, . . . 
Caledonia, . 
Clearfield. . . 
Kalamazoo, 
Orange, . . . 
Norfolk, . . . 
Luzerne,. . 



Meade, 

Rutland, 

Franklin, .... 

Rankin, 

Chester, ... . 

N. Castle 

King William, 
Hancock, . . . 
New Haven, . 



State. 



Md. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

Mo. 

N.C. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

Mas. 

Va. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

N. H. 

Me. 

Mc. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

Mo. 

Me. 

Geo. 

Mas. 

Mas, 

Va. 

Me. 

Va. 

Mas. 

N. Y, 

Ct. 

O. 

Ken. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas, 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

S.C. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

M. T, 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

M. T. 

Ken. 

Vt. 

N. Y, 

Mi. 

Pa. 

Del. 

Va. 

In. 

Ct. 



Kef. 
Li'tters 



Ji 

So 

Bh 

Ql 

Tf 

Rd 

W c 

Wd 

Pd 

Ih 

Kg 

Me 

Ud 

Oi 

Jh 

Td 

Wc 

Yb 

Yb 

Qh 

Hi 

Lg 

Gg 

Cg 

Ya 

Kl 

Wd 

Wd 

Qh 

Za 

Pj 

Wd 

Re 

Ve 

Me 

Jh 

Wc 

Vb 

Wd 

Re 

Sg 

Sg 

Pf 

Nl 

Wb 

Pe 

Id 

Vc 

Wd 

Re 

le 

Hh 

Uc 

Tb 

Dn 

Sf 

Sg 

Qi 

Ig 
Ve 



Popula- 
tion. 



2,746 



2,093 

61,392 

1,521 



32 

440 

64 

16,.354 

18,430 

1,348 

1,065 

2,094 

2,061 



821 
1,168 



49 



474 
935 



123 



820 

388 
1,073 

584 
6,518 
1,285 
1,507 
1,856 
19,746 
1,099 
1,550 

631 



21 

331 

391 

1,209 

1,758 
722 



331 

1,940 
316 



U. fr. 
Wash. 



59 

526 
414 
1,025 
369 
170 
332 
482 
432 
356 
585 
443 
347 
358 



1,455 
3,221 



478 
2,332 



353 

468 
575 
578 

78 
685 
349 
641 
948 
691 
588 
427 
459 

74 
691 
224 
404 
441 
354 
304 



465 
504 
453 



115 
113 

193 
482 
554 
249 
635 
500 
438 
264 



628 
478 
511 
1,051 
129 
110 
98 
550 
308 



n. fr. 
t'ap. 

"92 

55 

110 

51 

152 

7 

157 

8 

289 

33 

46 

126 

149 



89 
6 
20 
20 
44 

145 
49 
69 

132 
93 

124 
25 
27 
93 
96 

118 
37 

143 
30 

155 



25 



26 



72 
70 

121 
48 
45 

142 

142 
22 
13 

154 



90 
74 
229 
16 
63 
49 
24 
21 
41 



22 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Brantingham, 

Brasher, 

Brattleboro', 

Brattonsville, P. O., . . 
BRECKENRIDGE, 

Brecknock, B . 

Brecknock, 

Bremen, 

Brentwood, B. 

Brentsville, 

Breton Woods, 

Brewer, 

Brewster, 

Briar Creek, B. 

Bricksville, 

Bridgeport, 

Bridgeport, 

Bridgeport, 

Bridgeport, 

Bridgeport, 

Bridgeport, 

Bridgetoii, 

Bridgetown, 

Bridgetown, 

Bridgetown, 

Bridgetown, 

Bridgeville, 

Bridgeville, 

Bridgewater, B. 

Bridgewater, 

Bridgewater, 

Bridgewater, East,.A. 
Bridgewater, North, . 
Bridgewater, West, E . 

Bridgewater, 

Bridgewater, 

Bridgewater, A. 

Bridgewater, 

Bridgewater, 



Class. 



tsh. 
tsh. 



County, 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 



c. t. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. . 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
c. t. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t... 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



t 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



Bridport, 

Brighton, 

Brighton, D 

Brighton, 

Brighton, A. 

Brighton, 

Brighton, 

Brightsville, 

Brimfield, , 

Brimfield, 

Brindle Town, 

Bringier, P. O 

Bristol, 

Bristol, 

Bristol, 

BRISTOL 

BRISTOL, 

Bristol, 

Bristol, 

Bristol, 

Bristol, 

Bristol, 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 



County, . 
County, . 



tsh. and t. 
t 

tsh 



County. 



Lewis, 

St. Lawrence, 
Windham, . . . 
York, 



Berks, . 

Lancaster, . . . . 

Lincoln, 

Rockingham,. . 
Pr. William,... 

Coos, 

Penobscot, . . . . 
Barnstable, . . . . 
Columbia, . . . . 
Cuyahoga, . . . . 

Fairfield, 

Madison, 

Seneca, 

Fayette, 

Harrison, 

Belmont, 

Cumberland, . . 
Cumberland, . . 
Northampton, . 

Kent, 

Queen Ann,. . . 

Sullivan, 

Sussex, 

Grafton, 

Windsor, 

Plymouth 

Plymouth, . . . , 

Plymouth, . . . , 

Plymouth, . . . , 

Oneida, 

Somerset, .... 

Susquehannah, 

Limestone, . . 

Monroe, ...... 

Addison, 

Somerset, .... 

Middlesex, . . . 

Monroe, 

Beaver, 

Beaver, 

Lorain, 

Marlboro', . . . 

Hampden, . . . 

Portage, 

Burke, 

St. James, .... 

Lincoln, 

Grafton, 

Addison, 



Slate. 



Bristol, . . 
Hartford, 
Ontario, . 
Ulster, . . 
Bucks, . . 



Ret". 
Letters 



N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

S. C. 

Ken. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Me. 

N.H. 

Va. 

N.H. 

Me. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

O. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

O. 

N.J. 

Me. 

Va. 

Md. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

Del. 

N.H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Al. 

11. 

Vt. 

Me. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

S. C. 

Mas. 

O. 

N. C. 

La. 

Me. 

N.H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

R. L 

R. L 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 



So 

Tb 

Vd 

Mi 

Hi 

Rf 

Rf 

Yc 

Wd 

Qh 

Wb 

Zb 

Xe 

Re 

Me 

Ue 

Sc 

Rd 

Of 

Ng 

Nf 

Sg 

Xb 

Si 

Sg 

Sg 

Te 

Sh 

Wc 

Vc 

Xe 

Xd 

Wd 

Wd 

Sd 

Tf 

Se 

Gl 

Dh 

Uc 

Ya 

Wd 

Qc 

Nf 

Nf 

Le 

01 

Vd 

Me 

M k 

Cp 

Yc 

Wc 

Ub 

We 

We 

We 

Ve 

Qd 

Ud 

Tf 



fopula- 
lion. 



662 

826 
2,141 



D.fr. 
Wash. 



7,345 

866 

1,048 

770 
878 



108 
1,078 
1,418 
1,706 

522 
2,800 



727 



169 



1,541 



784 
1,311 

185 
1,653 
1,953 
1,042 
1,608 

354 
2,450 



1,774 
722 
972 

3,128 

901 



63 



1,599 
552 



2,450 
799 
1,247 
49,592 
5,446 
3,034 
1,707 
2,953 



2,794 



424 
520 
416 
442 



D. ir. 
Cap. 

120 
252 
121 

67 



132 
129 
610 

479 
48 
543 
662 
481 
196 
346 
283 
356 
342 
206 
220 
265 
175 
581 
252 
96 
78 
274 
114 
509 
486 
424 
429 
427 
429 
365 
200 
271 
746 
895 
48 
652 
429 
364 
254 
255 
381 
398 
371 
324 
466 
1,262 
603 
504 
595 



58 
55 
45 
37 
104 
102 
67 
82 
86 
122 
51 
117 
16 
199 
266 
134 
69 
74 
182 
61 
41 
109 
55 
35 
58 
27 
22 
20 
24 
81 
34 
163 
137 
113 
66 
53 
5 
216 
232 
233 
116 
102 
64 
120 
202 
60 
45 
30 
54 



409 
332 
343 
325 
154 



15 
16 

202 
46 

116 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



23 



Names of Places. 



Bristol, 

Bristol, B. 

Bristol, 

Bristol, 

Bristol, 

Britton's Cross Roads, 

Broadalbin, 

Broad Creek, 

Broad Kill, 

Brockport, 

Broken Straw, 

BROOKE, 

Brookficld, A. 

Brookfield, 

Brookfield, 

Brookfield, A . 

Brookfield, 

Brookfield, 

Brookfield, 

Brookfield, 

Brookfield, a. 

Brookfield, A. 

Brookhaven, 

Brookline, C. 

Bookline, A. 

Brookline, A. 

Brooklyn, 

Brooklyn, B. 

Brooklyn, 



Brooklyn, 

Brooklyn, 

Brooklyn, 

Brooks, 

Brooksville, 

Brooksville, 

Brookville, 

Brookville, 

Brookville, 

BROOME, 

Broome, , 

Brother's Valley, 

Brown, , 

BROWN, 

Brown, 



Class. 



borough, . 

tsh 

tsh , 



tsh. 



tsh. and t. 
Hundred. 
Hundred, 



tsh 

County, . 

t 

t 



Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

BROWN, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brown, 

Brownfield, , 

Brownhelm, , 

Brownington, 

Brownsboro', 

Brownsburg, 

Brownstown, a 

Brownstown, 



tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh , 

t 

tsh , 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t , 

tsh 

t , 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

c. t 

t 

tsh. and t. 
County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 



County. 



Bucks, 

Philadelpiiia, . 

Morgan, 

Perry, 

Trumbull, ... 

Bertie, 

Montgomery, . 

Sussex, 

Sussex, 

Monroe, .... 
Warren, 



Strafford, . . . 
Orange, .... 
Worcester, . . 
Fairfield, . . . 
Madison, . . . 

Suffolk 

Tioga, 

Morgan, .... 

Stark, 

Trumbull, .. 

Suffolk 

Windham, . . . . 
Hillsborough,. . 

Norfolk, 

Windham, . . . . 

Kings, 

Kings, 

Susquehannah, . 

Conecuh, 

Cuyahoga, . . . . 

Waldo, 

Hancock, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

Montgomery,. . 
Franklin, 



State. 



Schoharie, . , 
Somerset, . . , 
Lycoming, . 



Delaware, . 
Franklin, . 
Knox, . . . . 
Miami, . . . 
Stark, . . . . 



Hendricks, . . . . 

Morgan, 

Montgomery,. . 
Washington, . . 

Ripley, 

Oxford, 

Lorain, 

Orleans, 

Oldham, 

Rockbridge, . . . 

Butler, 

Wayne, 



Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N. C. 

N. Y. 

Del. 

Del. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N.Y. 

Vt. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Al. 

O. 

Me. 

Mi. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Md. 

In. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

M. T. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Me. 

O. 

Vt. 

Ken. 

Va. 

O. 

M.T. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Tf 

Sf 

Mg 

Lg 

Ne 

Qj 

Tc 

Sh 

Sh 

Pc 

Oe 

Nf 

We 

Vb 

Vd 

Ue 

Sd 

Vf 

Q e 

Mg 

Mf 

Ne 

Uf 

Vc 

Wd 

Wd 

We 

Tf 

Tf 

Se 

Ho 

Me 

Yb 

Zb 

Sc 

Oe 

Rg 

Jg 

Sd 

Td 

Pg 
Qe 

Kg 

Kf 

Kf 

Lf 

Jf 

Mf 

Gc 

Hg 

Hg 

Gg 

Hh 

Ih 

Xc 

Le 

Vb 

Ih 

Oi 

Jg 
Kd 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,262 

1,425 

914 

8 
526 



2,655 

2,851 

3,893 

791 

753 

7,041 

671 

1,677 

2,342 

1,261 

4,367 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



328 
837 
131 
874 

6,095 
376 
627 

1,043 

1,451 
15,394 
12,043 

1,350 



646 
601 

1,089 



17,579 
3,133 
1,866 



17,867 
313 
236 
623 
595 
906 



936 

388 

412 

57 



38 



156 
142 
336 
362 
305 
247 
424 
104 
114 
378 
330 



D. fr. 

Cap. 

118 

104 

67 

58 

167 

103 

47 

57 

32 

239 

257 



509 
507 
388 
297 
368 
291 
269 
326 
332 
284 
281 
438 
445 
432 
372 
226 
226 
267 
965 
358 
644 
678 
418 
238 
25 
524 



367 
157 
215 



554 
390 
566 
574 
185 
490 
509 



35 
17 

57 

56 

83 

217 

163 

83 

113 

170 

207 

102 

45 

4 

41 

152 

152 

159 

205 

142 

51 

80 

154 

165 

62 

70 



42 
135 
106 



429 
410 
366 
467 
370 



23 
13 

60 

70 

130 



589 
611 
623 
625 



16 
20 
51 

87 



81 
139 
49 
41 
143 
93 
17 



24 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Brovvnstown, 

Brownstown, 

Brownsville, 

Brownsville, 

Brownsville, 

Brownsville, 

Brownsville, 

Brownsville, 

Brownsville, 

Brownsville, 

Brownsville, 

Bruinsburg, 

Brunson, 

Brunswick, 

Brunswick, 

Brunswick, 

Brunswick, North, B. 
Brunswick, South, . . . 

Brunswick, 

BRUNSWICK, .... 
BRUNSWICK, .... 

Brunswick, 

Brunswick, 

BRUNSWICK, .... 

Brunswick, 

Brunswick, 

Brush Creek, 

Brush Creek, 

Brush Creek, 

Brutus, B . 

Brutus, a . 

BRYAN, 

Bryan, C.H. 

Bryan Town, 

Bryan's C. Roads, P.O. 

Buchanan, 

Buck Creek, 

Buckey's Town, 

Buckfield, 

Buckingham, 

Buckingham, 

BUCKINGHAM,... 

Buckland, 

Buckland, 

BUCKS, 

Bucks, 

Buckskin, 

Bucksport, 

Buck Town, 

Bucyrus, 

Buffalo, A. 

, Buffalo, 

Buffiilo, 

Buffalo, 

Buffalo, 

Buffalo A. 

Buffalo, 

Buffalo, 

Buford's Bridge, P. O. 

BULLITT, 

BULLOCK, 



Class. 



tsh. and c. t. 
t 



tsh. 
t. ,. 



c. t 
c. t. 



tsh. and t. 
c. t 



tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, 
County, , 
t 



old c. h. 
County,. 
c. t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County, 
c. t. . . . 
t 



t. .. 
tsh. 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, 
t 



t. 



County, 

tsh 

tsh 



tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

c. t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



County, 
County, 



County. 



Wayne, .... 
Jackson, . . . 
Penobscot, . . 
Jefferson, . . . 
Fayette, .... 
Granville, . . . 
Haywood, . . . 
Edmondson, 
Licking, . . . . 

Union, 

Jackson, . . . 
Claiborne, . . . 

Huron, 

Cumberland, 

Essex, 

Rensselaer,. . 
Middlesex, . . 
Middlesex, . . 
Schuylkill, . . 



Brunswick, . , 
Brunswick, . , 



Glynn, 

Medina, . . . . 
Muskingum, 
Highland, . . . 

Scioto, 

Cayuga, 

*"ayuga, 



Bryan, 

Charles, 

Northampton, 
Bottetourt, . . . 
Hancock, . . . . 
Frederick, . . . 
Oxford, ..... 

Bucks, 

Wayne, .... 



Franklin, . . 
Tuscaloosa, 



Tuscarawas, 

Ross, 

Hancock, ... 
Dorchester, . 
Crawford, . . 

Erie, 

Erie, 

Armstrong, . . 

Butler, 

Perry, 

Union, 

Washington, . 
Guernsey, . . . 
Barnwell, ... 



State. 



M. T. 

In. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

II. 

Mi. 

O. 

Me. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N. C. 

N. C. 

N.C. 

Va. 

Geo. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Md. 

N.C. 

Va. 

In. 

Md. 

Me. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Mas. 

Al. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

Me. 

Md. 

O. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

S. C. 

Ken. 

Geo. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Kd 

Hh 

Za 

Rb 

Of 

Pj 

Ek 

Hi 

Lg 

Iff 
Ei 

Co 

Le 

Xc 

Wb 

Ud 

Tf 

Tf 

Rf 

Qj 
PI 
PI 
PI 

Qj 

Mo 
Me 

Kg 
Kh 
Re 
Rd 
Mo 
Mn 
Rh 

Qj 
Oi 

Ig 

Qs 

Xb 

Sf 

Se 

Pi 

Vd 

Gm 

Sf 

Mf 

Kg 
Zb 

Rh 



f 
d 
d 
f 
f 



K 

O 

O 

O 

O 

Rf 

Rf 

Nf 

Mg 

Mm 

li 

Mn 



Popula- 
tion. 



402 
2,928 
1,222 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



125 
155 



468 
3,547 
160 
2,575 
5,274 
2,557 
2,229 
15,767 
6,516 



449 
1,302 
1,241 

174 

1,827 



3,139 



1,514 

2,192 

179 

18,351 

1,039 



45,745 
546 

2,829 
2,237 



724 
8,668 



2,385 
1,005 
1,270 
2,136 
1,519 
663 



5,652 

2,587 



508 
603 
696 
415 
205 
246 
891 
678 
349 
518 
833 
1,117 
395 
568 
579 
388 
190 
187 
167 



437 
446 



733 
356 
346 
437 
435 
349 
344 



682 
44 
235 
224 
562 
49 
585 
164 
281 



401 

82 



337 

422 
659 
114 
409 
374 
376 
220 
224 
130 
172 
244 
308 
577 



D. fr. 

Cap. 



18 

69 

97 

164 

198 

58 

175 

138 

49 

76 

127 

83 

109 

30 

93 

11 

24 

22 

64 



170 

174 



200 

118 

69 

78 

83 

153 

153 



155 
64 
95 

182 
15 
82 
34 

112 

178 



107 
32 



94 

58 

61 

77 

69 

28S 

284 

188 

192 

20 

63 

225 

87 

77 






CONSULTING INDEX. 



'25 



Names of Places. 



Bullskin, 

Bull Town, 

Bullville, 

Bunceville, 

BUNCOMBE, 

Buncombe, 

Burdettc, 

Burget's Town, 

Burget's Town, 

Burke, 

BURKE, 

BURKE, 

Burkesville, 

Burkittsville, 

Burlington, 

Burlington, C. 

Burlington, 

Burlington, 

Burlington, 

BURLINGTON, ... 

Burlington, A. 

Burlington, 

Burlington, 

Burlington, 

Burlington, 

Burlington, 

Burlington, 

Burlington, a. 

Burlington, 

Burlington, 

Burlington, 

Burns, 

Burnhara , 

Burning Spring, P. O. 

Burnt Corn, 

Bur Oak, 

Burrillville, 

Burton, 

Burton, 

Bushkill, 

Bushville, 

Bushwick, A. 

Busseron, 

Busti, 

Butcher Town, 

Butler, 

BUTLER 

Butler 

BUTLER, 

BUTLER, 

BUTLER, 

Butler, 

Butler, 

Butler, 

Butler, 

Butternuts, 

BUTTS, 

Buxton, 

By berry, A 

Byrarn, 

Byrd, 



t 

County, , 

t 

t 

t 

t 



Class. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



t. 



County, , 
County, . 
t 



t 

tsh. and t. 

t 

County,. . 

tsh 

City 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

c. t 

t 

t 

c. t 

tsh. and 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 
t 



t.. 



t .. 
tsh. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh. . , . . . 
County, . 
borough, . 
County, . , 
County, . 
County,. , 

tsh 

tsh , 

tsh 

tsh , 

tsh 

County, . 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



Fayette, . , 
Lewis, . . , 
Orange, . 
St. Clair,. 



Iowa, 

Tompkins, . . . . 

Erie, 

Washington, . . 
Caledonia, . . . . 



County. 



Cumberland, . . 
Frederick, . . . . 
Chittenden, . . . 
Middlesex, . . . . 

Hartford, 

Otsego, 

Sullivan, 

Burlington, . . . 
Burlington, . . . 

Bradford, 

McKean, 

Hampshire, . . , 

Boone, , 

Belmont, . . . . , 
Hamilton, ... 
Lawrence, . . . 

Licking, 

Carroll, 

Allegany, .... 

Waldo, 

Floyd, 

Monroe, 

La Grange, . . 
Providence, . . 
Stratford, ..... 

Geauga,, 

Northampton, 

Pike 

Kings, 

Knox, 

CJiautauque,. . 
Ricliland, .... 
Wayne, 



Butler, 



Columbiana, . 

Dark 

Knox, 

Montgomery,. 
Otsego, 



York, 

Philadelphia, . 

Sussex, 

Brown, 



Statu. 



Pa. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

M. T. 

N. C. 

M. T. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Vt. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Ken. 

Md. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

Ken. 

Al. 

In. 

R. L 

N. H. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

In. 

N. Y. 

S. C. 

Isr. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Al. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

Me. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

O. 



Letters 



Of 

Nh 

Te 

Ld 

Lk 

Dd 

Rd 

Oid 

N f 

Wb 

Mk 

Ln 

'<^'. 

Ub 
W d 
Vc 
Sd 
Te 



g 

Jg 

Nf 

Jg 
Lh 

Lf 
H 
Q 
Y 

L 

G 

L 

We 

Wc 

Me 

Sf 

Se 

Uf 

Gh 

Od 

Ml 

Re 

Of 

Nf 

Ho 

Hi 

Jg 
Mf 

Jg 
Lf 

Jg 

Sd 

J m 

Xc 

Sf 

Tf 

Kh 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,2:21 



U. I'r. , D. fr. 



Wash. 



16,281 



866 
11,833 

17,888 
340 



3,52.5 

446 

1,301 

2,459 



31,107 

2,670 

1,800 

527 

160 



276 

83 

62 

149 

903 



702 
409 



2,196 
325 
646 

1,402 



1,620 



1,680 



1,764 
14,581 

767 

15,650 

3,058 

27,142 

1,722 

517 

419 
1,594 
3,991 
4,944 
2,855 
1,018 

958 
2,349 



199 
296 
282 
591 



Cat). 

174 

296 

103 

65 



984 
298 
348 

246 

558 



628 

57 

515 

446 
336 
364 
279 

160 
158 
249 
295 
126 
513 
268 
507 
405 
377 
651 
318 
635 
421 
949 
621 
393 
544 
323 
199 
232 
227 
709 
331 
501 
354 

236 



346 
499 
359 
466 
344 

'536 
153 
224 
473 



185 

287 
223 

58 



119 
90 
38 
14 
17 
72 
d't 

14 

12 

138 

193 

205 

72 

1.37 

103 

135 

45 

78 

237 

37 

126 

183 

185 

20 

70 

151 

106 

137 

1.53 

111 

334 

1 

170 

'204 



162 

104 

61 

70 
86 

"68 

115 

61 

110 



26 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



j Byron, 

: Byron, 

i Byron, 

CABARRUS, 

CABELL, 

Cabin Point, 

Cabot, 

I Cadiz, 

j Cadiz, 

Ji Cadiz, 

; Cadron, 

I Cady ville, 

jCaenarvon, C. 

Caernarvon, D. 

I Cahaba, 

Cahokia, 

Cain, 

Cainhoy, 

Ca-Ira, 

Cairo, 

Cairo, 

Cainsville, 

Calais, 

Calais, 

Caldwell, 

Caldwell, 

Caldwell, P. O 

CALDWELL, 

Caldersburg, a. 

CALEDONIA, 

Caledonia, 

Caledonia, 

Caledonia, 

Calhoun, B. 

1 Calhoun, 

CALHOUN, 

CALHOUN, 

Calhounsville, 

CALLAWAY, 

CALLAWAY, 

Cain, iEast, F. 

Cain, West, 

CALVERT, 

Cambia, 

CAMBRIA, 

Cambria, 

Cambridge, 

Cambridge, 

Cambridge, 

Cambridge, 

Cambridge, 

Cambridge, 

Cambridge, 

Cambridge, 

Cambridge, 

Camden, 

Camden, 

Camden, 

Camden, 

CAMDEN, 

I Camden, 



Class. 



tsh 

c. t 

c. t 

County, . 
County, . 

t 

t 



County. 



C. t. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



t. .. 

tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



tsh. 



tsh. and t. 

t 

t 



tsh. and c. t. 
tsh. and t. . . 



County, 



County,. 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

County, . 
County, . 
t 



County, . . . . 
County, . . . , 

tsh 

tsh , 

County, . . . , 

tsh , 

County, . . . , 
tsh 



t. 



tsh. and t. . 

c. t 

t 

t 

tsh 

c. t 

t 

tsh. and t. . 

City, 

t 

County,. . . 
c. t 



Genesee, 

Baker, 

Shiawassee, . . 



Surry, 

Caledonia, ... 

Trigg 

Harrison, .... 
Harrison, .... 

Conway, 

Clinton, 

Berks, 

Lancaster, . . . 

Dallas, 

St. Clair, 

Fountain, .... 
Charleston, . . . 
Cumberland, . 

Greene, 

Sumner, 

Wilson, 

Washington, . 
Washington, . 

Warren, 

Essex, 

AVashita, .... 



Coshocton, 



Livingston, . . 
Sullivan, .... 
Washington, 
Orange, .... 
McMinn, . . . 



Juniata, 



Chester, . 
Chester, . 

Niagara, . 



Cambria, .... 

Coos, 

Franklin, .... 
Middlesex, . . . 
Washington, . 
Dorclicstcr, . . 
Abbeville, .... 
Limestone, . . . 
Guernsey, . . . 
Guernsey, . . 

Waldo 

Oneida, 

Gloucester, . . . 
Kent, 



State. 



Kershaw, . . 



N. Y. 

Geo. 

M.T, 

N.C. 

Va. 

Va. 

Vt. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

A. T. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Al. 

II. 

In. 

S. C. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Me. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

La. 

Ken. 

O. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

In. 

Mo. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

M.T. 

II. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

SIo. 

Fa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Md, 

S.C. 

Al. 

O. 

O. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Del. 

N.C. 

S.C. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Pc 
Jo 
Kd 

Nk 
Lh 
Qi 
Vb 

Gj 

Mf 

Mf 

Bk 

Ub 

Sf 

Rf 

G n 

Dh 

Gf 

On 

Pi 

Td 

Hj 

Hj 

AZa 

Vd 

Uc 

Tf 

Bn 

Gi 

Mf 

Vb 

Qd 

Gg 

Ci 

Te 

Jk 

Id 

Dg 
Qf 

Fj 
Ch 

Sg 
Sf 

Rh 

Oc 

Pf 

Pf 

AVb 

Vb 

Wd 

Ud 

Rh 

LI 

Gl 

Mf 

Yb 

Yb 

Sc 

NI 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,936 



D. fr. 

Wash, 



8,810 

5,884 



1,304 



2,506 

818 



862 
1,629 



2,912 



1,686 

1,539 

797 

2,004 

" 8,324 

81 

20,967 

1,618 



374 
797 
575 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



169 
543 

765 
281 
278 
1,088 
550 
133 
129 
886 
861 
643 
530 
148 
347 
699 
700 
806 
539 
439 
225 
226 



1,535 



1,090 



5,164 
6,159 
1,440 
1,490 
8,900 
1,712 
7,076 
736 



1,613 
6,072 
2,325 



1,359 

518 

2,200 

1,945 



6,733 



337 

355 

670 
927 
266 

587 



149 



114 

120 



411 



178 
598 
537 
431 
411 
99 
526 
746 
317 
314 
632 
410 
137 
117 



467 



247 
155 

68 



47 
19 

226 

121 

124 
34 

165 
58 
54 
96 
80 
70 

106 
63 
44 
30 
48 

204 
12 
62 
59 

291 



83 

"228 

97 

139 

121 

168 



42 



60 
54 



283 



131 
131 

48 
3 
34 
62 
83 

129 
SO 
S3 
59 

127 

31 

3 



33 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



27 



Names of Places. 



A. 



CAMDEN, . . 
Cameron, .... 
Caniillus, . . . 

Campbell, 

CAMPBELL, 

CAMPBELL, 

CAMPBELL, 

CAMPBELL, 

Campbell, 

Campbell, 

Campbell, C.H. 

Campbell's Sta'n. P.O, 

Campbellsvillc, 

Campbcllsville, 

Campbellton, 

Camphellton, 

Campbell Town, . . . • 

Camp Creek, 

Campti, r. O 

Campton, 

Canaan, 



Canaan, 

Canaan, 

Canaan, 

Canaan, 

Canaan 4 corners, 
Canaan, 



Canaan, 

Canaan, 

Canaan, 

Canaan, 

Canadice, . . . . 
Canajoharie, . 
Canalsburg, . . 
Canandaigua, 
Canastota, . . . 
Caneadea, . . . 

Candee, 

Candia, 

Candor, 

Cane-Hill, . . . 

Canfield, 

Canisteo, 

Canonsburg, . . 

Canterbury, . . 

Canterbury, . . 

Canterbury, . . 

Canterbury, . . 

Canterbury, . . 

Canton, 

Canton, 

Canton, 

Canton, 

Canton, 

Canton, 

Canton, 

Canton, 

Canton, 

Canton, 

Canton, 

Canton, 



Class. 



County, . . 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

County, . . 
County, . . 
County, . . 
County, . • 
tsh 



c. t. 



County. 



Steuben, . . . 
Onondaga, , 
Steuben, . . . 



t. .. 
c.t. 

t. .. 
tsh. 



t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. . . 

t 

tsh. and c. t. 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t , 

tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

borough . . 
t 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. ., 



t. 



tsh. and t. 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

c. t 

t 

t 



Jennings, .... 
Warrick, .... 
Campbell, . . . 

Knox, 

Giles, 

Greene, 

Edgefield, .... 
Campbell, . . . 

Steuben, 

Pike, 

Natchitoches,. 

Grafton, 

Somerset, . . . . 

Grafton, 

Essex, 

Litchfield, . . . 
Columbia, . . . 
Columbia, . . . 

Wayne, 

Athens, 

Madison, . . . . 

IMarion, 

Wayne, 

Ontario, 

Montgomery, . 

Miami, 

Ontario, 

Madison, . . . . 
Alleghany, . . . 

Ontario, 

Rockingham, . 

Tioga, 

Washington, . 
Trumbull, ... 

Steuben, 

Washington, . 
Merrimack, . . 
Windham, . . . 

Orange, 

Kent, 

Lawrence, . . . 

Oxford, 

Norfolk, 

Hartford, . . . . 
Onondaga, . . . 
St. Lawrence,. 

Salem, 

Bradford, . . . . 
Wasliington, . 

Greene, 

Wilcox, 

Dyer, 

Trigg, 



State. 



Geo. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 

Va. 

Geo. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

In. 

In. 

Va. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

S. C. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

O. 

La. 

N. H. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

In. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N. H. 

N.Y. 

A. T. 

O. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

Del. 

Ken. 

Me. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Al. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Ken. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Lp 
Qd 
Re 
Qd 
Oi 
J m 

Jj 
J h 

I? 

Gh 

01 

Jk 

Gk 

li 

L m 

J m 

Qd 

Kg 

Ao 

Wc 

Yb 

V c 

W b 

Ue 

Ud 

Ud 

Se 

Lg 

Kf 

Lf 

Lf 

Qd 

Td 

If 

Qd 

Se 

Pd 

Qd 

Wc 

Rd 

Z Ar 

I\Ie 

Qd 

Nf 

Wc 

Ve 

Te 

Lh 

Xb 

Wd 

Ve 

R c 

Sb 

Sg 

Re 

N f 

Fm 

Gn 

Ek 



I'opula- 
tjon. 



4,578 

924 

2,518 



20,350 
3,323 
5,110 

9,883 
328 
396 



. fr. 
ash. 



295 
350 
289 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



221 
141 
223 



122 



454 



1,314 

1,076 
1,828 
373 
2,301 
2,068 



1,334 

380 

487 

405 

1,030 

1,379 

4,347 



5,162 



780 



1,360 
2,656 



566 

724 

210 

531 

751 

613 

577 

715 

289 

402 

,335 

524 

633 

501 

598 

335 

366 

368 

257 

337 

412 

404 

358 

346 

398 

619 

336 

378 

339 



1,249 
619 
673 

1,663 

1,881 



746 
1,515 
1,437 



2,439 



1,188 
1,218 



467 
284 
1,271 
291 
315 
236 
482 
367 
276 
114 
425 
606 
421 
347 
345 
474 
180 
246 
229 
918 
902 
894 
774 



75 

183 

132 

184 

66 

78 

77 

134 

223 

72 

361 

49 

34 

44 

112 

40 

22 

29 

158 

80 

16 

41 

97 

216 

33 

136 

195 

122 

267 



10 
117 
203 
156 
241 
219 
8 

37 

101 

8 

137 

32 

15 

13 
136 
206 

74 
137 
262 

69 
113 
180 
235 



28 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Canton, 

Canton, 

Canton, 

Cantonment Gibson, 
Cantonment Jesup, . 
Canton. Leavenworth, 
Cantwell's Bridge,. . 
Cape Elizabeth, .... 
C. GIRARDEAU,. 
Cape Girardeau, .... 

Cape Henry, 

CAPE MAY, 

Cape May, C.H. ... 

Capeville, 

Cape Vincent, 

Carbondale, 

Carlisle, E 

Carlisle, 



Carlisle, 

Carlisle, 

Carlisle, 

Carlisle, 

Carlisle, 

Carlyle, 

Carmel, 

Carmel, ... 

Carmel, 

Carmel Station, P. O. 

Carmi, 

Carlinville, 

Carlo, 

Carlton, 

Carnesville, 

Caroline, 

CAROLINE, 

CAROLINE, 

Carondolet, 

Carroll, 

CARROLL, 

CARROLL 

CARROLL, 

CARROLL 

Carrollton., 

Carrollton, 

Carr, 

Carson's P. O 

CARTER, 

Carter, 

CARTERET, .... 

Cartersville, 

Carthage, 

parthage, 

Carthage, 

Carthage, 

Carthage, 

Carthage, 

Carthage, 

Carthage, 

Carthage, 

Carver, 

CASEY, 



Class. 



tsh. ajid t. 

t 

t 



County, . 



t. 



County, . 
c. t 



tsh. and t. 
c. t 



c. t. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



c.t. 
t, .. 
c.t. 
tsh. 



tsh 

c. t 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 
t 



tsh 

County, . 
Parish, . 
County, . 
County, . 

c. t 

c. t 

tsh 



County, . 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



c.t. 

t. .. 



c.t. 



t 

tsh 

t 

t 

County, , 



County. 



Stark, . . 
Stark, . . 
Fulton, . 



Natchitoches, . 



New-Castle, . 
Cumberland, 



Cape Girardeau, 
Henry, 



Cape May, .... 
Northampton, . 

Jefferson, 

Luzerne, 

Middlesex, . . . . 
Schoharie, . . . . 
Cumberland, . . 

Nicholas, 

Clark, 

Lorain, 

Sullivan, 

Clinton, 

Penobscot, . . . . 

Putnam, 

Putnam, 

Gilmer, 

White, 

Macaupin, .... 

Hopkins, 

Orleans, 

Franklin, 

Tomkins, 



St. Louis, . . . 
Chautauque, 



Carroll, . . 
Greene, . 
Jackson, . 
Burke, . . 



Spencer, . 



Cumberland, 

Oxford, 

Jefferson, . . . 
Monroe, .... 

Moore, 

Tuscaloosa, . 

Smith, 

Union, 

Athens, . . . . 
Hamilton, . . 
Plymouth, . . 



State. 



O. 

O. 

II. 

Mo. T 

La. 

Mo. T. 

Del. 

Me. 

iMo. 

Mo. 

Va. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

II. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

II. 

II. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

N.Y. 

Md. 

Va. 

Mo. 

N.Y. 

Geo. 

La. 

Ten. 

In. 

Geo. 

II. 

In. 

N. C. 

Ten. 

In. 

N. C. 

Va. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N. C. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

Mas. 

Ken. 



Kef. 
Letters 



Mf 
Mf 
Df 
ZB 
Ao 
ZB 

Sg 

Xc 

Ei 

Ei 

Oj 

Tg 

Tg 

Si 

Rb 

S e 

Wd 

Td 

Qf 

Jh 

Kg 



L 

G 

E 

Y 

U 

U 

Jl 

Eh 

Dg 

Gi 

Pc 

Kl 

Rd 

Sh 

Qh 

Dh 

Od 

Im 

Cn 

Fk 

Hf 

Im 

Fh 

Hh 

Lk 

Lj 

Hh 

Rl 

PI 

Xc 

Sc 

Oc 

Ok 

Gm 

Ij 

Gi 

Mg 

Jg 
Xe 
Ji 



Popula- 
tion. 



2,677 
1,257 



1,696 
7,445 



4,936 



566 
1,748 
3,709 
431 
343 
342 



257 
2,371 



1,222 



2,633 

9,070 

17,760 



1,015 
3,419 



9,397 
1,611 



6,414 

79 
6,59 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



316 

319 

837 

1,359 

1,353 

1,172 

113 

538 



333 



395 

148 

970 

4,342 1 



868 
281 



104 
258 
436 
247 
432 
394 
104 
510 
462 
374 
700 
802 
670 
306 
306 
654 
748 
861 
758 
398 
578 
300 



862 
327 



746 

887 
615 

477 



662 



122 

619 
437 
364 
355 
875 
670 
735 
338 
505 
438 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

119 
116 
148 
291 
374 
220 
24 
55 



220 
203 



102 

188 

185 

139 

22 

36 

18 

58 

66 

125 

127 

30 

71 

106 

106 

181 

94 

95 

220 

260 

114 

156 



140 
336 



153 

106 

81 

223 



134 



47 
46 

147 

222 
69 
17 
52 

197 
88 

119 
40 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



29 



Names of Places. 



Caseyville, 

CASS, 

CASS, 

CASS, 

Cassville, 

Castleton, 

Castleton, 

Castleton, 

Castleton, A. 

Castile, 

Castine, 

CASWELL, 

CATAHOOLA, .... 
Catawba Springs, . . . 

Catharine, 

Catlin, 

Cato, 

Cato-Comers, 

Catonsville, 

CATTARAUGUS, 

Cattaraugus, 

Cattawissa, 

Cattellsburg, 

Catlskill, 

Caughnaaga, 

Cavendish, 

Cave-Town, 

CAYUGA 

Cayuga, ■ 

Cayuta, 

Cazenovia, 

Cecil 

CECIL, 

Cecilius, ■ 

Cedar Bridge, 

Cedar Creek, 

Cedar Grove, 

Cedar Point, 

Cedar Spring, 

Cedarville, 

Cedarville, a 

Central Square, .... 

CENTRE, 

Centre, 

Centre, 

I Centre, 

Centre, 

Centre, A 

Centre, 

Centre, 

Centre, 

Centre, 

Centre, 

Centre, A. 

Centre, 

Centre, 

Centre, 

Centre, A . 

Centre Harbour, . . B . 

Centreville, 

Centreville, b . 



Class 



County, . . 
County, . . 
County, . . 

L 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

t 

County,. . 
Parish, . . 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

County, .... 

t 

tsh. and t . . 

t 

tsh. and c. t 

t 

t 

t 

County, .... 

t 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

County, . . 

tsh 

t 

Hundred, 

t 

t 

t 



Counlv. 



Casey, 



Iowa, 

Rutland, . . . 
OntDjio, . . . 
Rensselaer, 
Richmond, . 
Genesee, . . . 
Hancock, . . 



Lincoln, . . 
Tioga, . . . 

Tioga, 

Cayuga, . . 
Cayuga, . . 
Baltimore, 



Chautauque,. . . 

Columbia, 

Greenup, 

Greene, 

Montgomery,. . 

Windsor, 

Washington, . . 



Cayuga, 

Tioga, 

Madison, . . . 
Washington, 



Slate. 



Ken. 
Geo. 
M.T. 
In. 
M.T. 
Vt 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Me. 
N. C. 
La. 
N. C. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Md. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Pa. 
Ken. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Vt. 
Md. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 



Y. 
Y. 



County,, 
tsh 



Cattaraugus, 
Monmouth, . 

Sussex, 

Shelby, 

Essex, 

Maury,; 

Cumberland, 

Brown, 

Oswego, . . . . 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh. .. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh , 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

teh 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. 
t 



Butler, 

Greene, 

Indiana, 

Union, 

Columbiana,. . 
Guernsey, .... 

Monroe, 

Morgan, 

Delaware 

Hendricks, . . . 
Hancock, .... 

Marion, 

Rush, 

Wayne, 

Union, 

Strafford, .... 
Alleghany, . . . 
Cayuga, 



N 

N 

Pa. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Del. 

Al. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

N.J. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

N. H 

N. Y 

N. Y 



Kef. 
Letters 



e 

f 

d 
c 
d 
d 
f 



Ji 

II 

H 

H 

D 

U 

Q 

U 

T 

Pd 

Zb 

Oj 

Bo 

Mk 

Rd 

Rd 

Re 

Re 

Pd 

d 
Rf 
Lh 
Ud 
Td 
Vc 

Rd 
Rd 
Rd 

Sd 
Nf 

S? 
Pd 

Tg 

Sh 

Hm 

Ub 

G k 

Sg 

K? 

Re 

Qf 

Nf 
Ng 
Of 

Qf 

N f 
M f 

Mg 

1 f 
Hg 
Ig 
Hg 

3g 

J? 

We 

Pd 

Re 



Popula 
tioii. 



919 
1,162 



1,783 



2,216 
2,269 
1,148 
15,185 
2,581 



2,062 
2,015 
1,782 



16,724 



3,1.30 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



601 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



4,861 
1,498 



47,948 



641 

4,344 

1,056 

15,432 

378 



2,727 



35 



18,879 

1,308 

1,020 

1,237 

1,945 

3,830 

843 

1,120 

485 

362 



1,:'22 
3,666 



1,028 
454 
338 
364 
228 
353 
676 



1,195 



414 

287 
291 
357 
360 
44 



360 
182 
408 
337 
411 
471 
75 

340 
279 
349 
241 



333 
213 
109 

777 
491 
712 
183 
456 
359 



344 
235 

186 
162 
282 
311 
294 
330 
546 
593 
5.52 
573 
538 
510 
516 
508 
339 



78 

177 

8 

160 

244 

78 



145 
184 
185 
1.55 
158 
36 



315 
72 

151 
34 
41 
76 
94 

165 

188 
113 
224 



297 
77 
37 
97 

114 
54 
77 

101 

148 



212 

228 

152 
52 

152 
86 

140 
80 
59 
20 
21 

"36 
63 

77 

48 

264 

154 



B3 



30 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, a . 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Centreville, 

Ceres, 

Ceres, 

Cerulean Springs. P. O, 

Cesar Creek, 

Cesar's Creek, 

Cest, 

Chagrine, 

Champlain, 

Champion, 

CHMIBERS, 

Chamber shurg, 

CHAMPAIGN, .... 
CHAMPAIGN, .... 

Chalk Level, 

Chandlerville, 

Chanceford, 

CHAUTAUQUE, .. 

Chautauqua, 

Chapelsburg, 

Chapel Hill, 

Chapell Ferry, P. O. . 

Chaplin, 

Chaplintown, 

Chapman, 

Chapman, 

Chaptico, 

Chardon, 

CHARITON, 

Chariton, 

Charleston, 

Charleston, 

Charleston, 

Cliarleston, 

Charleston, 

Charleston, C. 

Charleston, 

Charleston, 

Charleston, 

Charleston, 

Charleston, 

CHARLESTON, . . . 
Charleston, 



Class. 



c. t. 

t. .. 



t. .. 
c.t. 



t. .. 
c.t. 



c. t. 



t. .. 

tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsli. and t. 
tsh. and t. 
County, . . 

c. t 

County, . . 
County, . . 



t 

tsh 

County, , 

tsh 

t 

t 



t. .. 

t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



tsh. and c. t, 
County, . . . . 



c.t. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t. .. 
c.t. 



c. t. 



District, 
City, . . . 



County. 



Cumberland, 

Butler, 

Crawford, . . . 
Washington, 
Wayne, .... 
New Castle, . 
Queen Ann, . 
Fairfax, .... 
Anderson, . . 

Wilkes, 

Bibb, 

Morgan, .... 
Aranite, .... 
Hickman,. . . 
Livingston,.. 
Belmont, .... 
Columbiana,. 
Wayne, .... 
Wabash, .... 
McKean, . . . 
McKean, ... 

Trigg 

Dearborn, . . . 

Greene, 

Clearfield, . . . 
Cuyahoga, . . 
Clinton, . . . . 
Jefferson, . . . 



Franklin, 



Orange, . 
Somerset, . 
York, . . . , 



Chatauque, . . , 
Cattaraugus, . 

Orange, 

Newbery, ... 
Windham, . . , 
Monroe, . . . . , 
Lycoming, . . , 

Union, 

St. Mary's,.., 
Geauga, 



Chariton, . . . 
Penobscot, . . . 

Sullivan, 

Orleans, 

Washington, . 
Montgomery, . 

Chester, 

Lancaster, . . . 

Cecil, 

Kanawha, . . . . 
Jefferson, . . . . 
Stokes, 



Charleston, . . . 



State. 



N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Del. 

Md. 

Va. 

S. C. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Al. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

In, 

II. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

In. 

O. 

Pa. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Al. 

Pa. 

O. 

II. 

N. C. 

Me. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. C. 

S. C. 

Ct. 

Ken. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

O. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

R. L 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Va. 

Va. 

N.C. 

S.C. 

S. C. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Sg 

Ne 

Oe 

Nf 

Se 

Sg 

Qh 

Li 

Km 

Gn 

Gl 

Do 

Gk 

Fi 

Mf 

Mf 

Jg 
Gh 

Pe 

Pe 

Gj 
Ih 

Kg 

Pf 

Me 

Ub 

Sc 

In 

Og 
Kf 
Eg 

Oj 

Yb 

Rg 

Od 
Od 
Pd 
Ok 

N n 
Ve 

Ij 
Pe 

Rf 
Rh 
Me 

Ag 

Bg 

Ya 

Vc 

Vb 

We 

Td 

Sf 

Rf 

Rg 

Mh 

Qg 

Nj 

Nm 

Nn 



Popula- 
tion. 



35 



252 



1,812 
494 

1,277 
2,456 
2,342 



2,794 
12,131 



172 
1,177 



8o: 



1,094 



881 
1,780 



859 
1,773 

564 
1,284 

2,148 
832 



86,338 
30,229 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



91 
254 
307 
211 

277 
118 
69 
28 
578 
590 
837 
753 
1,173 
767 
772 
141 
295 
510 
718 
293 
307 
760 
544 
463 
210 
356 
565 
424 



90 



288 

637 

94 



349 
315 
309 
511 
367 
673 
245 
147 
51 
332 



1,031 

672 

447 

570 

388 

392 

125 

96 

79 

356 

60 

341 



75 
214 

240 

204 

172 

57 

32 

143 

159 

76 

39 

141 

139 

74 

234 

284 

138 

63 

115 

220 

198 

221 

94 

80 

144 

1.57 

188 

148 



48 



49 
39 
40 



336 

300 

28 

63 

32 

1.38 

138 

37 

70 

157 



79 

73 

51 

53 

46 

43 

78 

31 

71 

308 

182 

111 



544 



110 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



31 



Names of Places. 



Charleston, 

Charleston, 

Charleston, 

Charlestown, 

Charlestown, .... A 

CHARLES, 

CHARLES.CITY, 
Charles City, C.H, . 

Charlemont, 

Charlton, 

Charlton, 

Charlotte, 

Charlotte, A. 

Charlotte, 

Charlotte, 

CHARLOTTE, .... 

Charlotte, 

Charlotte, 

Charlotte HaU, 

Charlotteville, 

Chartiers, 



Class. 



Chatfield, 

Chatham, 

Chatham, 

Chatham, 

Chatham, 

Chatham, 

Chatham, 

CHATHAM, 

CHATHAM, 

Chaumont, 

CHAUTAUQUE, .. 

Chauteaugay, 

Chattooga, 

Chazy, 

Chesapeake, 

Cheeks' X Roads, P.O. 

Chelmsford, 

Chelsea, A . 

Chelsea, 

Cheltenham, B. 

Chemung, 

CHENANGO, 

Chenango, 

Chenango Forks, . . . . 

Cheney ville, 

Cheraw, 

Cherokee Comer, .... 

CHEROKEE, 

Cherryfield, 

Cherry Creek, 

Cherry Valley, 

Cherry Valley, ...B. 

Clierry, 

Cherry-tree, 

Cherrysville, 

CHESHIRE, 

Cheshire, 

Cheshire, 

Cheshire, 

Chesnut Grove, 



Coimty, . 
County, . 



tsh. and c. t. 
c. t 



t 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 

c. t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 



t 

tsh 

t 

County, . 
c. t . . . . 
c. t 



c, t 

tsh. 
tsh. 



t. 



t. 



tsh 

tsh. and t. 
t 



County, . . 

tsh 

VUlage, . 
tsh. and t. 
t 



t. 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

t 

t . . . 

t 



County, . . 

t 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

County, . . 
t 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County. 



Clark, 

Clark, 

Coles, , 

Middlesex, . . , 
Portage, 



Charles-City, ■ 
Franklin, ... 
Worcester, . 
Saratoga, . . . . 
Washington, , 
Chittenden, . 
Chautauque,. , 
Monroe, . . . . , 



Mecklenburg, 

Dickson, 

St. Mary's, . . . 
Albemarle, . . . 
Washington, . 
Crawford, . . . 

Coos, 

Barnstable,. . . 
Middlesex, . . . 
Columbia, . . . . 

Morris, 

Chester, 



Jefferson, .... 



Franklin, . . . . 

Floyd, 

Clinton, 

Cecil, 

Jefferson, . . . . 
Middlesex, . . . 

Suffolk, 

Orange, 

Montgomery, . 
Tioga, 



Broome, 

Broome, .... 

Rapides, 

Che.sterfield, . 
Oglethorpe, . . 



Washington, . 
Chautauque,. . . 

Otsego, 

Ashtabula, . . . , 
Lycoming, . . . . 
Venango, . . . . , 
Haywood, .... 



Berkshire, . . 
New Haven,. 

Gallia, 

Davidson, . . 



State. 



O. 

In. 

II. 

Mas. 

O. 

Md. 

Va. 

Va. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

N.C. 

Ten. 

Md. 

Va. 

Pa. 

O. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

Md. 

Ten. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

La. 

S.C. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

O. 

Ten. 



Ref. 
Letters 

kF 

Ih 

Fg 

Wd 

Me 

Rh 

Qi 

Qi 

Vd 

Wd 

Ud 

AZ£ 

Ub 

Od 

Qc 

Pi 

Nk 

Gj 
Rh 
Ph 

Nf 

Kf 

Wb 

Ye 

Ve 

Ud 

Tf 

Sg 
Ok 

Mn 

Rb 

Od 

Tb 

II 

Ub 

Sg 

Kj 

Wd 

Wd 

Vb 

Sf 

Rd 

Sd 

Sd 

Sd 

Bb 

Nl 

Km 

Jl 

AZt 

Od 

Td 

Ne 

Re 

O 



e 
k 
d 
d 



E 
V 
V 
Ve 

Lg 



Popula- 
tion. 



102 



8,783 

477 

17,769 

5,500 



1,065 

2,173 

2,023 

557 

1,702 
886 



15,252 



1,566 
90 
419 
2,130 
3,646 
3,538 
1,865 



15,405 
14,127 



34,671 
2,016 



3,097 



1,387 
771 

1,958 
934 

1,461 
37,238 

3,730 



583 

574 

4,098 

219 



D. fr. 
Wiish. 



436 
583 
707 
433 
315 



n. fr. 
Cap. 

~40 

105 

78 

1 

132 



152 

400 
383 
400 
801 
505 
349 
370 



402 
754 
56 
123 
240 
419 
559 
490 
326 
369 
220 
100 



425 



533 
683 
553 
73 
479 
434 
436 
506 
145 
263 



291 
302 
1,276 
412 
611 



398 



27,016 

1,050 

1,780 

664 






708 
355 
385 
330 
221 
293 
878 



379 
316 
361 
732 



30 
111 

50 

24 

199 

48 

325 

228 



150 
40 
61 
81 

223 
7!) 
83 
92 
16 
18 
54 
66 



174 



200 
193 
176 

65 
263 

30 
4 

23 
108 
198 



145 
134 
242 

88 



110 
320 
53 
192 
110 
226 
164 






23 

106 

18 



32 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Chesnut Hill, B. 

Chesnut Ridge, 

Chest, 

Chester, 

Chester, 

Chester, 

Chester, 

Chester, 

Chester, 

Chester, 

CHESTER, 

Chester, 

Chester, E . 

CHESTER, 

Chester, 

Chester, 

Chester, 

Chester, A. 

Chester, 

Chester, 

Chester, 

Chesterfield, 

Chesterfield, 

Chesterfield, 

Chesterfield, B . 

CHESTERFIELD, 
Chesterfield, C.H.... 
CHESTERFIELD, 

Chesterfield, 

Chestertown, 

Chesterville, 

Chesterville, 

Cheviot, 

Chicago, 

Chichester, 

Chichester, Lower, H . 
Chichester, Upper,. . . 

Chicken Town, 

CHICOT, 

Chili 

Chillisquaque, . . . . B . 

Chillicothe, 

Chilmark, 

Chilo, 

China, 

China, 

China Grove, P.O.... 
China Grove, P.O.... 

China Grove, 

Chipola, 

Chippewa, 

Chippeway, 

CHIPFEWAY, . . . 

Chitteioosa, , 

CHITTENDEN, . . 

Chittenden, , 

Chitteningo, , 

Chocehuma, 

Chocnut, 

Choctaw- Agency, . . 
Cholwell, , 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 
County,. . 

c. t 

tsh 

District, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 



Class. 



tsh. 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

c. t 

District, 

c. t 

c. t 



t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County, 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

t 

County, . 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

P.O... . 
t 



County. 



Northampton, . 
Dutchess, . . . . 
Clearfield, . . . . 
Rockingham,. . 

Windsor, 

Hampden, . . . 

Orange, 

Warren, 

Burlington, . . . 
Morris, 



Delaware, . 
Delaware, . 



Clinton, . . . . 
Geauga, . . . . 

Knox, 

Meigs, . . . . , 

Meigs, 

Wayne, . . . . 
Randolph, . . 
Hampshire, . 
Cheshire, . . . 

Essex, 

Burlington, , 



Chesterfield, . 

Chesterfield, . 

Kent, 

Kennebeck,]. 
Chester, . . . . 
Hamilton, . . 

Cook, 

Merrimack, . 
Delaware, . . 
Delaware, . . 
Charlotte, . . 



Monroe, .... 
Northumberl'd., 

Ross, 

Duke's, 

Clermont, 

Kennebeck, . . . 

Genesee, 

Rowan, 

Williamsburg, . 

Pike, 

Washington, . . 

Beaver, 

Wayne, 



State. 



Claiborne, . , 



Rutland,. 
Madison, 



Susquehanna, 
Rockland, . . . 



Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

S. C. 

O. 

o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
II. 

Mas. 

N. H. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Va. 

Va. 

S. C. 

s. c. 

Md. 

Me. 

S.C. 

O. 

II. 

N. H. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

A. T. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

Mas. 

O. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N.C. 

s. c. 

Mi. 

F. T. 

Pa. 

O. 

M. T. 

Mi. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Mi. 

Pa. 

Mi. 

N. Y. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Sf 

Ue 

Pf 

Wd 

Vc 

Vd 

Te 

Uc 

Tf 

Tf 

Sg 

Sg 

Sg 

Ml 

Kg 
Me 
Lf 

Mg 

Mg 

Lf 

Ei 

Vd 

Vd 

Ub 

Tf 

Qi 

Qi 

Nl 

NI 

Sg 
Xb 
Ml 

Jg 
Ge 

Wc 

Sg 

Sg 

Pi 

Cm 

Qe 

Rf 

Kg 
Xe 
Jh 

Yb 
Pd 
N k 
Om 
Cm 

IP 

Np 

Mf 

G a 

Cn 

Ub 

V c 

S 

Dm 

Re 

Em 

Te 



Popula- 
tion. 



940 



494 
2,028 
2,320 
1,407 



1,284 

2,333 

1,338 

50,910 

487 

1,672 

17,182 

1,586 

550 

778 

913 

164 

1,244 



D. tr. 
Wash. 



1,416 
2,045 
1,671 
2,386 
18,637 

' *8,472 



923 



71 



1,089 
465 
431 



1,165 
2,010 



2,846 

691 

128 

2,233 

2,387 



580 

1,498 

626 



21,765 
610 



780 



202 
327 
193 
455 
453 
374 
272 
457 



216 

121 
121 



454 
343 
386 
34 
343 
353 
859 
374 
420 
522 
177 



136 



426 

82 
609 
448 
504 
763 
482 
116 
116 
178 



371 
172 

404 
495 
486 
615 
340 
389 
389 
1,112 
909 
259 
346 



1,108 



472 
348 
1,002 
285 
923 
269 



D.fr. 
Cap. 



123 
89 

135 
23 
79 

113 

109 
80 



50 

95 

94 



75 

146 

38 

91 

94 

93 

103 

105 

69 

145 

11 



14 



102 

47 

28 

57 

119 

230 

8 

92 

95 

87 



230 

62 

45 

97 

127 

20 

271 

128 

128 

135 

59 

237 

104 



74 



57 
129 
140 
177 
112 
107 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



33 



Names of Places. 



Chotardsville, 

CHOWAN, 

Christiana, 

Christiana, 

CHRISTIAN, 

Christianburg, 

Christianburg, 

Christ Church, 

Christinasville, 

Church Creek, 

Church Hill, 

Church Town, 

Churchville, 

Cicero, 

Cinthian, 

CINCINNATI, 

Cincinnatus, 

Circleville, 

City, 

City Point, 

Claiborne, 

CLAIBORNE 

CLAIBORNE, 

CLAIBORNE, 

Claremont, 

Clarence, 

Clarendon, 

Clarendon, 

Ciaridon, 

Claridon, 

Clarion, 

CLARK, 

Clark, 

Clark, 

CLARK, 

CLARK, 

CLARK, 

Clark, C.H. 

CLARK, 

CLARK, 

I Clark, 

Clark, 

Clark, 

CLARK, 

CLARK, 

Clarksboro', , 

Clarksfield, . 

Clarkesburg, 

Clarksburg, B 

Clarksburg, 

Clarksburg, 

Clarksburg, 

Clarkson, 

'Clarkson, a 

Clarkstovvn, 

Clarksville, 

Clarksville, 

Clarksville, 

Clarksville, 

Clarksville, 

Clarksville, 



t 

County, .. 
Hundred, 



County, . 
t 



Class. 



Parish, 



t-! 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

City, .... 
tsh. and t. 

c. t 

t 

t 

c. t 

County, . . 
Parish, . . 
County, . . 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 
County,. . 
County, . 

c. t 

County, . 
County,. . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County,. . 
County,. . 



tsh. 



tsh. and t. . 

t 

tsh 

t , 

t 

t 

t 

t 



Covington, 



County. 



New-Castle, , 
New-Castlc, , 



Montgomery,. . 

Shelby, 

Charleston, . . . . 

Carroll, 

Dorchester, . . . 
Queen Ann, . . . 
Lancaster, . . . , 

Monroe, 

Onondaga, . . . , 
Shelby, . 
Hamilton, ... 

Cortland, 

Pickaway, ... 
Mecklenburg, 
Prince George, 
Monroe, 



Sullivan, . . . 

Erie, 

Rutland, . . . 
Orleans, . . . 
Geauga, . . . 
Marion, . . . 
Armstrong, 



Montgomery, . 
Perry, 



Clark,. 



Brown, . . . . 

Clinton, . . . 
Coshocton, , 



State. 



Jackson, 

Huron, 

Ross, 

Berkshire, . . . . 
Montgomery,. . 

Harrison, 

Lewis, 

Monroe, 

Columbiana, . . 

Rockland, 

Otsego, 

Greene, 

Wayne, 

King »fc Queen, 
Mecklenburg, . 



c. t Habersham, . 



Al. 

N. C. 

Del. 

Del. 

Ken. 

Va. 

Ken. 

S. C. 

Ten. 

Md. 

Md. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Va. 

Va. 

Al. 

Mi. 

La. 

Ten. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

Pa. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Geo. 

Al. 

A. T. 

A. T. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

II. 

Mo. 

Geo. 

O. 

O. 

Mas. 

Md. 

Va. 

Ken. 

N. Y, 

O. 

N. Y, 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 

Geo. 



Kef. 
Letters 



Ho 

Rj 
Sg 
Sg 
Gj 
NI 
Ih 
On 

Fj 
Rh 

Rg 
Rf 
Pc 
Re 
J f 

Jg 

Sd 

Lg 

Pj 

01 

Go 
Co 
Cn 

Kj 

Ve 

Pd 

Vc 

Pc 

Me 

Kf 

Oe 

Ih 

Hg 

Hh 

K m 

Fo 

Al 

Al 

Jh 

Kg 
Kh 

Kg 
Lf 

Gg 
B f 
Kl 

Lg 
Kg 
Ud 

Qg 

Ng 

Kh 

Pc 

Nf 

Te 

Tdj 

Ng 

Se 

Qi 

Pj 
Kl 



Popula- 
tion. 



6,697 
9,890 



12,684 



3,412 



1,808 

184 

24,831 

1,308 

1,136 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



9,787 

1,764 

8,470 

2,526 

3,360 

1,585 

1,893 

637 

322 

2,053 

10,686 



503 

10,176 

7,595 

1,369 



13,051 
13,114 
90 

1,886 

246 

3,940 



368 

56 

315 



62 
3,249 

16 
2,298 



950 



D. !r. 
Cap. 



186 



98 

98 



282 
566 
529 
839 
107 
78 
129 
378 
351 
489 
497 
329 
394 
230 
156 
949 



459 
387 
459 
382 
327 
409 
247 



606 
652 



1,155 



480 
450 
346 



624 
385 
419 
392 
28 
226 
446 
377 
305 
251 
378 
217 
257 
115 
236 
608 



47 

47 



206 

15 

104 

125 

70 

41 

54 

236 

143 

92 

112 

131 

26 

108 

34 

157 



48 
265 

73 
252 
155 

44 
174 



33 
124 



104 
73 

77 



81 
121 

44 
131 

65 
260 

96 
238 
174 
122 

59 
210 

32 
l.'JO 
144 



34 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Clarksville, 
Clarksville, 
Clarksville, 
Claverack, . 

Clay, 

CLAY,.... 

Clay, 

Clay 

Clay 

CLAY,.... 
Clay 



Clay, 

Clay, 

Clay, 

Clay, 

Clay, 

Clay, 

CLAY, 

CLAY, ', 

Claysville, 

Claysville, 

Claysville, 

Claysville, 

Clayton, 

Clayton, 

Clay Village, 

Clear Creek, 

Clear Creek, 

Clear Creek, 

Clear Creek, 

Clearfield, 

Clearfield, 

CLEARFIELD, . . . 

Clearfield, 

Cleaveland, 

Cleaveland, 

Clermont, A . 

Clermont, 

CLERMONT, 

Cleves, b . 

Cliftbrd, 

Clifton-Park, 

Clifty, 

Clinton, 

CLINTON, 

CLINTON, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, or Mt. Salus, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 



Class. 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

County, .. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, .. 
tsh 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, 
County, 

t 

t 

t 

t 

c. t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

c. t 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 

t 



County,. 

t 

tsh. . . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

County, . 
County, . 

tsh 

t 

t 



tsh. 



t. 

t. 
tsh. 
tsh, 
tsh. 
tsh. 



County. 



Clarke, 

Montgomery,. 

Pike, 

Columbia, . . . . 
Onondaga, . . . 



Knox, 

Montgomery,. . 
St. Clair, 



Carroll, . 
Cass, . . . . 
Decatur, , 
Morgan, . 
Owen, . . . 
Pike, ... 
Wayne, . 



Washington, 
Jackson, . . . 
Harrison, . . 
Coshocton, . . 

Rabun, 

Perry, 

SJielby, 

Fairfield, . . . 
Richland, . . . 
Warren, .... 
Monroe, .... 

Butler, 

Cambria, . . . 



Clearfield, .... 
Cuyahoga, . . . 
Cuyahoga, ... 
Columbia,. ... 
Columbia, .... 



Hamilton, . . . . 
Susquehanna,. . 

Saratoga, 

Bartholomew, . 
Kennebeck, . . . 



Dutchess, . . . 

Oneida, 

Greene, 

Lycoming, . . 
Rowan, .... 
Sampson, . . . 

Jones, 

Hindes, 

E. Feliciana, . 
Anderson, . . , 
Hickman,. . . , 
Franklin, . . . , 
Jackson, . . . . , 
Jefferson, . . . , 
Knox, 



State. 



Al. 

Ten. 

Mo. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

M.T. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

Pa. 

Al. 

Ken. 

O. 

Geo. 

O. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

0. 

N.Y. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

In. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

O. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Mi. 

La. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Fo 
Gj 
Cg 
Ud 
Re 
Ki 
Lf 

Jg 
Ld 

Cg 
Hf 
Hf 

Ig 
Hg 

Gg 
Gh 

Ig 

Fh 

Z A 

Nf 

HI 

Jh 

Lf 

Kl 

Lg 
Lh 

Lg 
Lf 

Jg 

Hg 

Of 

Pf 

Pe 

Pe 

Me 

Me 

Ud 

Ud 

Jg 

Jg 

Se 

Ub 

Ig 
Yb 

Ub 

Kg 

Ue 

S e 

Ng 

Re 

Nk 

Pr 

K m 

Dn 

Cp 

Jj 

Kf 

Lg 

Nf 

Lf 



Popula- 
tion. 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



3,000 
2,095 
3,542 
1,101 
1,007 
240 
1,616 



755 
5,338 



96 

7S 



1,566 

1,416 

899 

2,875 



599 

436 

4,803 



1,573 

.1,076 
1,203 



20,466 

110 

866 

2,494 



2,124 
19,344 
11,436 

2,131 



82 

724 

556 

687, 

1,655 1 



969 
746 
942 
348 
359 



365 
476 
576 



656 
644 
555 
613 
619 
689 
514 



D. fr. I 
Cap, j 

1461 
461 

126 1 
34 

151 



239 
698 
495 
353 
611 
359 
565 



376 
474 
61 

228 

188 



201 
352 
354 



331 



513 
260 
392 
576 
630 



316 
372 
235 
186 
371 
382 
665 
1,045 
1,184 
534 
847 
402 
371 
284 
375 



55 

80 
50 I 



83 
115 

50 
20 
55 

124 

74 



222 
178 
50 
69 
174 
51 
16 



96 

78 

61 

196 

141 



129 
140 
138 



43 



128 

152 

16 

42 

24 



90 
105 
228 

79 
122 

96 

23 

10 

126 

195 

308 

6 

62 
140 

45 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



35 



Names of Places. 



Clinton, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 

CLINTON, 

Clinton, 

CLINTON, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 

Clinton, A. 

Clinton, 

CLINTON, 

Clintonville, 

Clintonville, 

Clintonville, 

Clio, 

Clockville, 

Clouticrville, 

Clover-port, 

Clyde, 

Clymer, 

Coal-Creek, 

Coatsville, 

COBB, 

CobleskiU, 

Cocalico, C. 

Cochecton, 

Cochranville, 

COCKE, 

Codorus, 

Coeymans, 

Coffee, 

CofFeeton, 

Coffeeville, 

Cohasset, 

Coitsville, C. 

Colchester, 

Colchester, 

Colchester, 

Colden, 

Cold Harbour, 

Cold-Spring, 

Cold-Spring, 

Cold-Stream, 

Cold Water, 

COLE, 

Colebrook, 

Colebrook, 

Colebrook, 

Colebrookdale, ...D. 
Colerain, . 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . 

tsh 

County, . . . 

tsh 

tsh , 

tsh 



Colerain, 

Colerain, 

Colerain, 

Colerain, 

Colerain, 

Colerain, 

Colerain, 

Colinton, 

COLLETON, , 
C'olliertown, . . . 
Collins, 



Class. 



County,. 



tsh. 
tsh. 



t 

County,. . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

t 

County,. . . 

tsh 

tsh. and t. . 
t 



tsh. 
t. .. 



t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



t. 



County,. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t .. 
t. ., 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 






District, 

t 

tsh 



Seneca,. 
Shelby, . 
Wayne, 



Clinton, 

Greenbriar, . . 
Bourbon, . . . . 

Adams, 

Madison, . . . . 
Natchitoches,. 
Breckenridge, 

Wayne, 

Chautauquc,. . 
Montgomery, . 
Chester, 



Schoharie, . . . 
Lancaster, . . . 

Sullivan, 

Chester, 



County. 



Macomb, 



Decatur, . . . 
Putnam, . . . 
Vermillion,. 
VermLUion,. 



York, 

Albany, 

Hardin, 

Wabash, 

Clark, 

Norfolk, 

Trumbull, .. 
Chittenden, . . 
New London, . 
Delaware, . . . . 

Erie, 

Hanover, . . . . 

Putnam, 

Cape i\Iay, . . . 
Penobscot, . . . 
Branch, 



Coos, 

Litchfield, 
Ashtabula, 
Berks, .... 
Franklin, . 
Bedford, . . 
Lancaster, 
Bertie, . . . 
Camden, . . 
Belmont, . 
Hamilton, 

Ross, 

Franklin, . 



Rockbridge, . 
Erie, 



State. 



o. 
o. 
o. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Ken. 

II. 

N. Y. 

La. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

In. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Ten. 

II. 

.\1. 

Mas. 

O. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Va. 

N.Y. 

xN. J. 

:\ie. 

M.T. 

Mo. 

N. H. 

Ct. 

O. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

Geo. 

O. 

O. 

o. 

F. T. 
S. C. 
Va. 
N.Y. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Kc 
Jf 
Lf 
Jd 
Ld 
Hf 

Ig 

Gg 
Gg 
Gg 
Eh 
Ub 
Ni 
Jh 

Cg 
So 
Ac 
HI 
Re 
Od 
Gf 

J m 

Td 

Rf 

Se 

Rf 

Kk 

Ud 

Fk 

Gh 

Fo 

Xd 

NE 

Ud 

Ve ; 

Sd 

Pd 

Qi 

Ue 

Th 

Za 

Id 

Bh 

Wb 

Uc 

Ne 

Sf 

Vd 

p& 

Rg 
Rj 

Lp 

Nf 

Jg 

Eg 

IP 
Nn 
Oi 
Od 



Popula- 
tion. 



882 
652 
685 



482 
1,423 



2,330 



194 
567 



2,988 

4,902 

438 



G,017 
2,429 
2,723 



1,233 

862 
1,489 
2,068 
1,424 

464 



275 



3,023 
532 
1,332 
92 
1,229 
1,877 
1,154 
1,194 



1,090 
1,928 
1,334 



27,256 
' '2,123 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



431 

484 
352 



541 



558 
624 
659 
659 



530 
273 
525 
959 
374 
1,297 
667 
349 
339 
629 
114 



38 
129 
299 
102 



89 
359 
81 
728 
96 
452 
287 
520 
348 
31 
351 
11 
280 
114 
717 
590 



593 
345 
312 
163 
406 
122 
104 
263 
76 
278 
513 
391 
941 



205 
361 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

85 
88 
76 



15 



47 
46 

87 
87 



M5 

231 

52 

178 
122 
324 
129 
172 
353 
56 
60 



45 

42 

134 

59 



38 

12 

126 

97 

131 

21 

173 

43 

24 

101 

287 

10 

96 

112 

122 

110 



1.52 

29 

181 

72 

105 

100 

01 

150 

228 

130 

113 

48 

74 



161 
295 



36 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



B, 



Collin sville, . , 

COLES, 

Colesville, . . . 
ColesviUe, . . . 

Colosse, 

Colt-station, . . 
Columbia, . . , 
Columbia, . . , 
Columbia, . . . 

COLUMBIA, 

Columbia, 

COLUMBIA, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

COZ.U1MEBZA, 

COLUMBIA 

COLUMBIA, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, B 

Columbia, 



Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbia, 

Columbiana, 

COLUMBIANA, .. 

Columbiana, 

Columbia Springs,. . 

Columbiavillc, 

Columbiaville, 

Columbus, 

Columbus, 

COLUMBUS, 

Columbus, 

Columbus, 

Columbus, 

Columbus, 

COLU2VIBUS, 

Columbus, 

Competition, 

Concord, 

CONCORD, 

Concord, 

Concord, 

Concord, 

Concord, . . . 
Concord, .... 
Concord, . . . 



Class.. 



County, . . 
tsh. and t. 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

County, . . 

tsh 

County, . . 

tsh 

borough, . 

t 

c. t 

Capital, . . 
County, . . 
County, . . 

c. t 

c. t 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



.D. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
c. t. 
t. .. 



County, . 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 

c. t 

c. t 

t 

t 

Capital, . . 
tsh. and c. 

c. t 

t 

Capital, . . 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



County. 



Madison, 



Brovra, 

Montgomery,. . 

Oswego 

Erie, 

Washington, . . 

Coos, 

Tolland, 



Herkimer, 



Bradford, . 
Lancaster, 
Fluviana, . 
Tyrrel, . . . 
Richland, . 



Henry, . . . 
Marion, . . 
Crawford, 
Lawrence, 
Maury, . . . 
Adair,. . . . 
Hamilton, 
Lorain, . . . 
Meigs, . . . 
Gibson, . . 
Gibson, . . 
Dubois,. . . 
Fayette, . . 
Martin,. .. 
Jennings, . 
Franklin, . 
Monroe, . . 
Boone, . . . 
Shelby, . . . 



Columbiana,. . 

Marion, 

Columbia, . . . 
St. Lawrence,. 
Chenango, . . . 
Warren, 



Muscogee, . . . 
Lowndes, . . . . 

McMinn, 

Hickman, . . . . 
Franklin, . . . . 
Bartholomew, 
Pittsylvania, . 
Somerset, . . . . 
Merrimack, . . 

Essex, 

Middlesex, . . . 

Erie, 

Saratoga, . . . . 
Delaware, . . . 
Erie 



State. 



II. 

n. 

N. Y. 

Md. 
N. Y. 
Pa. 
Me. 
N. H. 
Ct. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Va. 
N. C. 

s. c. 

Geo. 

F. T. 

Al. 

Mi. 

A. T. 

A. T. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

II. 

Mo. 

Al. 

O. 

O. 

Mi. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

Va. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 



Kef. 

Letters 



Dh 

Fg 
Sd 

Re 

Nd 

AZb 

Wb 

Ve 

Ud 

Sd 

Re 

Re 

Rf 

Pi 

Rk 

Ml 

L m 

Lp 

lo 

Do 

Z Ak 

Cj 

Gk 

II 

Jg 
Le 

Lg 
Gh 
Gh 
Hh 

Ig 
Hh 

I? 
Fi 

Dh 

Bh 

Hm 

Nf 

Nf 

Do 

Ud 

Sd 

Sd 

Oe 

PI 

In 

F m 

Jk 

Ej 

Kg 

Ig 

Oj 

Ya 

Wc 

Wb 

Wd 

Pd 

Uc 

Sg 
Oe 



Popula 
tion. 



2,387 



663 

442 

962 

39,907 

181 

2,059 

1,242 

2,047 



3,310 
12,666 



423 

3,051 

368 

360 



205 



D. fr. 

Wash 



848 



310 
13 

369 
348 

727 
588 
350 



383 



254 
99 
122 
322 
500 



35,592 
172 



1,661 

551 

4,141 



196 
2,435 



391 
3,720 
1,031 
2,017 
1,895 

158 
1,002 

225 



872 
1,097 
1,294 
975 
733 
622 
490 
372 
363 
704 
695 
657 
540 
650 
566 
804 
871 
991 
809 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

67 



290 
1,097 
350 
490 
.353 
292 



762 
900 
588 
849 
396 
598 
259 
648 
474 
550 
427 
346 
444 
122 
318 



127 
50 
160 
287 
126 
147 
21 



148 

28 

45 

170 



260 

120 

226 

171 

42 

91 

106 

126 

80 

136 

140 

117 

55 

106 

70 

106 

90 

56 

77 



160 
120 

24 
218 

83 
225 



120 
134 
169 
300 

41 

167 

55 

64 
17 

282 
67 
83 

257 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Concord, ....... 

Concord, 

Concord, 

Concord, .... . . 

Concord, 

Concord, 

Concord, 

Concord, 

Concord, 

Concord, 

Concord, 

Concord, 

Concord, 

Concord, 

CONCORDIA, . 

Concordia, 

Conemaugh, . . . . 
CO NEC UGH,.. 

Conestoga, 

Conesus, 

Conemaugh, . . . . 
Conemaugh, . . . . 

Congress, 

Congress, 

Conequenessing, 

Conewago, 

Conewango, . . . . 

Conklin, 

Conhocton, 

Conewango, . . . . 

Conewago, 

Conneaut, 

Conneaut, 

Conneaut, 

Conneautte, . . . . 
Conniotville, . . . . 
ConnellsvLlle, . . . 
Connersville,. . .. 

Conquest, 

Constable, 

Constantia, 

Conway, 

Conway, 

CONWAY, .... 

Conway, 

Conwayboro\ . . . 

COOK, 

Cookstown, 

Coombsville, . 

Cool Spring, .... 

Coolnlle, 

Coonville, 

Cooper, 

Cooper, 

COOPER 

Cooperstown, . . . 
Cooperstown^ .... 
Coopersport, . . . . 

COOS, 

COOSA, 

Coosanda, 



Class. 



t .. 
c. t. 



B. 



t .. 
L .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



Parish, 
c. t 



tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. . 



and t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t 

County, . 

t 

c. t 

County, . 
t 



t. 



tsh. 



t. 



tsh 

County, . 

t 

c. t 



County, . 
County, . 



County. 



tsh. and t. . . 
tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. . . 
t 



Franklin, . . . 
Cabarras, . . . 

Baker, 

Lewis, 

Champaign, . 
Delaware, . . 
Fayette, .... 
Geauga, .... 
Highland, . . 

Miami, 

Muskingum, 

Ross, 

Eckhart,. .. 
White, 



Concordia, 
Cambria, . 



Lancaster, . . 
Livingston, . 
Indiana, . . . . 
Somerset, . . . 
Richland, . . . 
Wayne, . . . . 

Butler, 

York 

Warren, .... 
Broome, .... 
Steuben,. . . . 
Cattaraugus, 

Adams, 

Crawford, . . . 
Crawford, . . . 

Erie, 

Erie, 

Crawford, . . . 
Fayette, .... 
Fayette, .... 

Cayuga, 

Franklin, . . . 
Oswego, .... 
Strafford, . . . 
Franklin, . . . 



La Fayette, 
Horry, .... 



Fayette, .... 
Hardin, .... 
Mercer, .... 
Athens, .... 
Ontario, .... 
Washington, 
McKean, . . . 



Harford,. ... 

Otsego, 

Jefferson, . . . . 



State. 



Autauga, 



Pa. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

II. 

La. 

La. 

Pa. 

Al. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa., 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

In. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

A. T. 

A. T. 

S. C. 

II. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

Pa. 

O. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

Pa. 

Mo. 

Md. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Al. 

Al. 



Letters 



Wk 

Jl 

Kh 
Kf 
Kf 

Kg 
Me 

Kg 
3 f 

Mg 

Kg 

Ld 

F i 

Co 

Co 

Pf 

Go 

Rg 

Qd 

Of 

Pf 

Lf 

Lf 

Nf 

Rf 

Oe 

Sd 

Od 

Od 

Qg 

Ne 

Ne 
Ne 
Ne 

Ne 
Of 

Ig 

Re 

Tb 

Re 

Wc 

V d 

Bk 

A m 

Om 

G e 

Of 

li 

N e 

Mg 

Qd 

AZb 

Pe 

Bh 

Kg 

Td 

Pe 

Wb 

Hn 

Hn 



Popula 
tion. 



35 
553 

458 
496 
979 
579 

1,201 
32 

2,526 



4,662 



2,085 

7,444 

2,152 

1,690 

2,104 

767 

354 

1,014 

1,926 

1,093 

844 

906 

2,544 

1,712 

875 

547 



1,324 
743 



D. tr. 
Wnsh 



1,171 



1,50 

693 
1,193 
1,601 
1,563 

982 



1,099 
85 



396 
6,964 



8,388 



120 

402 

81 

451 

456 

415 

429 

334 

445 

474 

327 

419 

639 

758 



1,147 
160 



107 
350 
196 
165 
394 
359 
249 

99 
320 
294 
315 
350 

80 
315 
301 
326 
322 
313 
196 
52 
360 
536 
396 
540 
394 



1,265 
459 



214 
636 
270 
330 
341 
766 
257 



62 
372 
256 



869 



U. fr. 
Cap. 

~54 

101 

175 

86 

59 

19 

52 

163 

84 

78 

71 

41 

193 

104 



280 
138 



43 
120 
164 
143 

54 

96 
218 

18 
247 
152 
215 
314 

38 
252 
240 
265 
261 
252 
173 

68 
162 
211 
134 

93 

69 



197 
150 



191 

85 
235 

97 
199 
164 
184 



54 

66 

156 



110 



D 



38 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Coosawattee Village,. 

Coosawhatchie, 

Copake, 

Copeland, 

Copenhagen, 

COPIAH, 

Copley, 

Coram, 

Corinna, 

Corinth, 

Corinth, 

Corinth, 

Cornelia, ■ 

Cornerville, 

Cornish, A . 

Cornish, 

Cornville, 

Cornwall, 

Cornwall, 

Cornwall, 

CORTLAND, 

Cortland, 

Cortland, • 

Cortlandville, 

Corydon, 

COSHOCTON, 

Coshocton, 

Cote-Sans-dessein, . . . 
Cotton-Gin Port, . . . , 

Cotton Grove, 

Cottonport, 

Cottonport, 

Cottonville, 

Cottrellville, 

Cottrellville, 

Coudersport, 

Council Hill, , 

Countsville, 

Courtland, 

Coventry, 



Class. 



c. t. 
tsh. 



County, . 
tsh 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t. 
County, . . 
c. t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
c.t. 



County, . 
c. t 



t. 



t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. ., 



Coventry, 

Coventry, 

Coventry, 

Coventry, 

Coventry, 

Coventry, 

Coventry Gore, . . 

Covert, 

Covesville, 

Covington, 

Covington, 

Covington, 

Covington, 

Covington, 

Covington, 

COVINGTON,. 

COVINGTON,. 

Covington, 

Covington, 

Covington, 

Covington, 



B 



t. .. 

t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 
c, t 



0. t 

County,. 
County, , 
c. t 



c.t. 
t. .. 
c.t. 



Murray, . . . . 
Beaufort, . . . 
Columbia, . . ■ 

Telfair, 

Lewis, 



County. 



Medina, . . , 

Suffolk,..., 
Somerset, . , 
Penobscot, . 
Orange, . . , 
Saratoga, . 
Jefferson, . 
Giles, .... 

York, 

Sullivan, . . 
Somerset, . 
Addison, . . 
Litchfield, 
Orange, . . 



Cortland, .... 
West Chester, 
Cortland, .... 
Harrison, .... 



Coshocton, . . . 
Callaway, . . . . 

Monroe, 

Madison, . . . . 
Limestone, . . . 
Williamson, . . 
Lawrence, . . . 

St. Clair, 

St. Clair, 

Potter, 

Jo. Davies, . . . 
Lexington, . . . 
Lawrence, . . . 

Grafton, 

Orleans, 

Kent, 

Tolland 

Chenango, . . . 

Chester, 

Portage, 

Orleans, 

Seneca, 

Albemarle, . . . 

Genesee, 

Clearfield 

Luzerne, 

Tioga, 

Alleghany, . . . 
Newton, 



St. Tammany, 

Tipton, 

Campbell, .... 
Foimtain, .... 



State. 



Geo. 
S.C. 
N. Y. 
Geo. 
N. Y. 
11. 
O. 

N. Y. 
Me. 
Me. 
Vt. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N.Y. 
Me. 
N. H. 
Me. 
Vt. 
Ct. 

N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
In. 
O. 
O. 
Mo. 
Mi. 
Ten. 
Al. 
Ten. 
Mi. 
M.T. 
M.T. 
Pa. 
II. 

S.C. 
AL 
N. H. 
Vt. 
R. L 
Ct. 

N.Y. 
Pa. 
O. 
Vt. 
N.Y. 
Va. 
N.Y. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Va. 
Geo. 
Al. 
Mi. 
La. 
Ten. 
Ken. 
In. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Mn 

Ud 

K o 

Sc 

Do 

Me 

Uf 

Yb 

Yb 

Vb 

Uc 

Rb 

G k 

Xc 

Uc 

Yb 

Uc 

Ue 

Te 

Rd 

Rd 

Ue 

Sd 

Hh 

Mf 

M f 

Bh 

F m 

E k 

Gl 

Hk 

Do 

Ld 

Ld 

Pe 

Dd 

Ml 

GL 

Wb 

Vb 

Wc 

Ve 

Sd 

Sf 

Me 

Vb 

Rd 

Pi 

Pd 

Pe 

Sc 

Qe 

Ol 

Jm 

H o 

Eo 

Dp 

E k 

J? 
Gf 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,676 



7,100 
414 



1,079 

712 

1,953 

1,412 



1,235 

1,685 
1,104 
1,264 
1,714 
3,486 
23,791 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



3,840 
3,673 

459 
11,161 

333 



226 



440 

728 

3,851 

2,119 

1,576 

2,131 

485 

6 

1,791 



2,716 
250 
501 
355 



1,522 
2,680 



743 



669 
613 
358 

742 
419 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



341 

281 
645 

679 
514 
426 
439 
717 
535 
470 
637 
478 
324 
277 



311 

262 
311 
614 



336 

969 
953 
845 
741 
739 
1,119 
576 
578 
283 
977 
510 
770 
525 
574 
394 
350 
319 
135 
330 
574 
304 
145 
356 
219 
239 
241 
233 
662 



1,159 
894 
498 
654 



196 
147 
57 
100 
143 



115 

207 
53 
81 
33 
44 

189 
60 
83 
59 
38 
62 
38 

101 



142 
115 
142 
124 



84 

11 

187 

135 

140 

25 

100 

50 

52 

174 

313 

28 

117 

65 

55 

14 

14 

117 

71 

109 

55 

177 

103 

241 

112 

131 

135 

191 

60 



44 

197 

79 

81 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



39 



Names of Places. 



Covington, 

COWETA, 

Coxsachie, 

Coxtown, 

Crab Meadows, .... 

Crab Orchard, 

Craflsburg, 

Craigsville, 

Cranberry, 

Cranberry, 

Cranberry, 

Cranberry, 

Crane, 

Crane, 

Cranston, 

CRAVEN, 

Crawford, 

Crawford, C 

CRAWFORD,.... 
CRAWFORD,.... 
CRAWFORD,.... 
Crawford, C.H.. . . . 

Crawford, 

CRAWFORD,.... 

Crawford, 

CRAWFORD,.... 
CRAWFORD,.... 
CRAWFORD,.... 
CRAWFORD,.... 
Crawfordsville, .... 
Crawfordsville, .... 

Creagerstown, 

Creelsburg, 

Cresap, 

CRITTENDEN, . . 

Crocket, 

Cropwell, 

Crosby, C 

Crossansville, a 

Cross Creek, A 

Cross Creek, 

Cross Keys, 

Cross Keys, P. O. . . 

Cross Roads, 

Crosswicks, 

Croton, 

Crow Harbour, 

Crown Point, 

Crow's, P. O 

Crow's Crossings, . . . 

Croyden, 

Cuba, 

Cuba, 

Cuckooville, 

CuUen, 

Culloden, 

CULPEPER 

CUMBERLAND, . . 

Cumberland, A . 

Cumberland, A. 

CUMBERLAND, . . 



t 

County, . . 
tsh. and t. 
t 



Class. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



County, . 

t 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 
County, . 

c. t 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
County, . 

c. t 

t 



County, . 



tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t. 



tsh. and t. 

t 

t 

t 

t 

County,. . 
County,. . 

t 

t 

County,. . 



County. 



Washington, 



Greene, . . . 
Berks, .... 
Suffolk,.... 
Lincoln, . . . 
Orleans, . . . 
Jo. Davies, 
Middlesex, . 
Butler, .... 
Venango, . . 
Crawford, . 
Paulding, . 
Williams, . 
Providence, 



Washington, 
Orange, .... 



Crawford, . 
Coshocton, 



Crawford, . 



Taliaferro, . . . 
Montgomery, . 
Frederick, . . . 

Russell, 

Alleghany, . . . 



Gibson, 

Burlington, . . 
Hamilton,. . . . 

Perry, 

W^ashington, . 
Jefferson, .... 
Southampton, . 

Union, 

New Kent, . . . 
Burlington, . . 
West Chester, 

Camden, 

Essex, 

Spartanburg, . 
Natchitoches,. 
Sullivan, .... 
Allegany, .... 

Clinton, 

Louisa, 

Weakly, 

Monroe, 



Cumberland, 
Providence, . 



State. 



II. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

Vt. 

II. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

R.I. 

N. C. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

A. T. 

A. T. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

M. T. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

Geo. 

In. 

xMd. 

Ken. 

Md. 

A. T. 

Ten. 

N.J. 

0. 

O. 

Pa. 

O. 

Va. 

S.C. 

Va. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

S.C. 

La. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Va. 

Ten. 

Geo. 

Va. 

Me. 

Me. 

R. L 

N.J. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Eh 

J m 

Ud 

Sf 

Uf 

Ji 

Vb 

Db 

Tf 

Nf 

Oe 

Lf 

Jc 

Je 

We 

Qk 

AZ 

Te 

Ne 

Jn 

Z A 

Z A 

Mf 

K f 

Kf 

Cd 

Hh 

Gg 

Bi 

K m 

Hf 

Qg 

Ij 

Pg 

Dk 

Fj 
Tg 

Jg 

Lg 
Nf 

Nf 

Qj 

Mi 

Qi 

Tf 

Ue 

Mo 

Uc 

LI 

Ao 

Ve 

Pd 

^^ 
Qi 

Fj 

Jn 

Ph 

Xc 

Xc 

We 

Sg 



Popula- 
tion. 



5,003 

3,373 



234 

982 



1,032 



112 
111 
131 

2,653 

13,734 

182 

2,019 
16,030 

,5,313 

2,440 



1). fr. 
Wash 



442 
4,701 
275 
692 
3,238 
3,117 
1,712 



1,272 



1,895 

8 

2,147 

1,843 



2,041 



1,056 
1,059 



24,027 

60,102 

1,558 

3,675 

14,093 



812 



349 
160 
269 
577 
562 
976 
185 
244 
279 
419 
491 
524 
389 



799 
287 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



40 



22 

69 

195 

61 

39 

310 

20 

213 

205 

79 

155 

188 



1,204 
334 



443 



197 
94 



136 

99 



I i 



615 


47 


617 


44 


55 


89 


641 


110 


138 


171 


854 


149 


145 


32 


503 


118 


366 


52 


245 


227 


254 


145 


219 


97 


480 


84 


125 


20 


174 


8 


261 


116 


751 


218 


482 


105 


493 


86 


1,379 


405 


473 


46 


317 


274 


450 


73 


113 


46 


825 


123 


714 


72 






552 


52 


406 


12 



40 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



CUMBERLAND, . . 

Cumberland, 

Cumberland, A. 

Cumberland, 

CUMBERLAND, . . 
Cumberland, C, H,. . . 

Cumberland, 

CUMBERLAND, . . 
CUMBERLAND, . . 
Cumberland Ford,P.O. 
Cumberland Vallej,. . 

Cummington, 

Cumru, 

Curran, 

CURRITUCK, 

Currituck, C.H. 

Curwinville, 

Cashing, A. 

Cussawago, 

Cuthbert, 

Cutler, 

CUYAHOGA, 

Cynthiana, 

Cynthiana, A . 

Cynthiana, 

Cynthiana, 

Dagsboro', 

DALE, 

Dale, C.H. 

Dale Town, 

Dallas, 

DALLAS, 

Dallas, 

Dalton, 

Dalton, C. 

Damascus, 

Damascus, 

Damascus, 

Damascus, 

Dames Gore, D . 

Danbury, C . 

Danbury, 

Danbury, 

Danbury, 

Danby, 

Danby, 

Dandridge, 

Danielville, 

Dansville, 

Dansville, 

Danube, 

Danvers, 

Danville, 

Danville, 

Danville, 

Danville, 

Danville, 

'Danville, 

Danville, 

Danville, 

Danville, 



Class. 



County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 



Coimty, . 
c. t 



County, . 
County, . 



tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County, . 
c. t 



t. .. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



County, . 



c. t. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



Hundred, 
County, . . 



c. t. 



t 

tsh. . . . 
County, 
c. t 



tsh. and t. 
t 



t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 

t 



tsh. and t. 
c. t 



c. t. 

t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. . 



t. .. 
c, t. 



t. .. 
c. t. 
c. t. 



County. 



Adams, . . . , 
Greene, . . . . 
Allegheny, 



Cumberland, 
New Kent,. . 



Knox, 

Bedford, . . . 
Hampshire, 
Berks, .... 
Gallatin, . . . 



Currituck, . . 
Clearfield,. . . 
Lincoln, .... 
Crawford, . . . 
Randolph, . . 
Washington, 



Harrison, . . . 

Posey, 

Posey, 

Switzerland, . 
Sussex, 



Dale, . . . . 

Wilcox, . 
Luzerne, . 



Hamilton, . . . 

Coos, 

Berkshire, . . . 

Wayne, 

Montgomery,. 

Sumner, 

Henry, 

Grafton, 

Grafton, 

Fairfield, . . . . 

Huron, 

Wilkes, 

Rutland, 

Tompkins, . . . 
Jefferson, . . . 
Madison, . . . . 
Livingston, . . 

Steuben, 

Herkimer, . . . 

Essex, 

Cumberland. . 
Caledonia, . . . 

Bucks, 

Columbia, . . . 
Pittsylvania, . 

Warren, 

Mercer, 

Hendricks, . . . 
Vermillion, . . 



State. 



Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

N. C. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

II. 

N.C. 

N. C. 

Pa. 

Me. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

Me. 

O. 

Ken. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Del. 

Al. 

Al. 

Al. 

Pa. 

Al. 

Ten. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Ten. 

0. 

N. H. 

N. H. 

Ct. 

O. 

Geo. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Mas. 

Me. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

In. 

II. 



Rtf. 
Letters 



Qf 
Qg 

og 

Pg 
Pi 

PI 

Ri 

Ok 

Ij 
Kj 

Pg 
Vd 
Kf 
FI 

Rj 

Sj 

Pf 

Xc 

Ne 

lo 

AZ 

Me 

Jh 

Gh 

Gh 

Ih 

Sh 

Ho 

lo 

Gn 

Re 

Gn 

Ik 

Wb 

Ud 

Se 

Qg 

Hj 

Je 

Wc 

Wc 

Ue 

Le 

L m 

Uc 

Rd 

Kk 

KI 

Qd 



Rf 

Oj 

Hk 

Ji 

Hg 
Gf 



Popula- 
tion. 



29,226 
1,010 
1,896 



11,690 



14,834 
8,624 



748 
1,261 

2,688 



7,655 



681 
544 



454 
10,373 

975 



2,251 
2,031 



456 
14,017 



532 

827 
613 



95 
36 

786 
4,331 

140 



1,362 
2,481 



1,726 
1,724 
4,228 
1,128 
2,631 



349 



D. fr. 
Wash, 







74 


35 


211 


210 


132 


165 


140 


55 


130 


33 







517 
119 
391 
141 
792 



257 
198 
617 
307 
624 
757 

"si's 



718 
546 
131 

"1,062 
917 
214 



619 
549 
375 
290 
44 
68' 
485 
496 
506 
290 
425 
567 
448 
294 
497 
600 
327 
322 
406 
448 
568 
538 
164 
175 
258 
665 
571 
593 
683 



D.fr. 
Cap. 



138 
113 
109 
52 
118 



211 
132 
44 
246 
182 
155 

38 



157 
95 
54 

242 

107 
104 



148 

107 

123 

191 

77 

42 

161 

39 

32 

61 

125 

75 

85 

172 

229 

92 

227 

227 

70 

16 

32 

29 

111 

65 

168 

53 

40 

20 

150 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



41 



Names of Places. 



Danville, 

Dar, 

Darby, 

Darby, 

Darby, 

Darby, 

DarbyviUc, 

Darien, 

Darietu, 

DARK, 

Darksville, 

DARLINGTON, 

Darlington, 

Darnes Town, . . . 

Dartmouth, 

Darwin, 

DAUPHIN, .... 

Davenport, 

DAVIDSON, ... 
DAVIDSON, ... 
Davidsonville, . . . 
Davidsonville, . . . 
Davidsonville, 

DAVIESS, 

DAVIESS, 

Davis, 

DawsonvUle, . . . . 

Dayanville, 

Dayton, 

Dearborn, 

DEARBORN, .. 

Deavertown, 

Decatur, 

Decatur, 

Decatur, 

DECATUR,.... 
Decatur, 



F. 



Class. 



and t. 



tsh 
tsh. . . . 
tsh. . . . 
tsh. . . . 

t 

t 

. t ... 
County, 
t 



District, 
c. t. . . . 



County, . 
tsh 

County, , 
County, . 



County, . 
Comity, . 
tsh 



tsh. and c. t 

t 

County, . . . . 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . . 
c. t 



Decatur, 

Decatur, 

Decatur, 

Decatur, 

DECATUR 

Decatur, 

Decatur, 

Decker, 

Decker Town, 

Dedham, 

Deer, 

Deer Creek, 

Deer Creek, 

Deerfield, 

Deerfield, 

Deerfield, 

Deerfield, 

Deerfield, 

Deerfield, 

Deerfield, 

Deerfield, 

Deerfield, a. 

Deerfield, 

Deer Isle, 



tsh 

h 

County, . 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 

t . . . 

t 



Countv. 



Kno.\, , 

Butler, 

Delaware, . . . , 
Madison, .... 
Pickaway, . . . 

Union, 

Pickaway, . . . 
Fairfield, .... 
Mcintosh, . . . 



Berkeley, 



Darlington, . . 
Montgomery, . 

Bristol, 

Clark, 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. ., 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



and t. . 
and t. . 



Delaware, 



Ann Arundel, 
Lawrence, . . . 
Bedford, 



Slate. 



Fountain, 

Montgomery,. . 

Lewis, 

Montgomery,. . 
Kennebeck, . . . 



Morgan, . . 
Otsego, . . . 
Clearfield, . 
Mifflin, . . . 



DeKalb,.... 
Morgan, .... 

Brown, 

Lawrence, . . 
Washington, 



Marion, 

Macon, 

Knox, 

Sussex, 

Norfolk, 

Allegany, . . . , 

Madison, 

Pickaway, . . . 
Rockingham, . 
Franklin, . . . , 

Oneida, ■ 

Cumberland, . 

Tioga, 

Warren, 

Morgan, 

Portage, . . . . , 

Ross, 

Warren, 

Hancock, ... 



O. 

O. 

Pa. 

O. . 

O. 

O. 

O. 

Ct. 

Geo. 

O. 

Va. 

S.C. 

S. C. 

Md. 

lAIas. 

II. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. C. 

Ten. 

Md. 

A. T. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

In. 

In. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Me. 

In. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Al. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

In. 

N.J. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

Me. 



Ruf. 
Letters 



L f 

K f 

Kg 
K f 

Kg 
Ue 
Mo 
Jf 

Pg 
Nl 
Ol 

Qg 

W e 

Gg 

Rf 

Td 

Nk 

Hj 

Rh 

Cj 
Hk 
G i 
Gh 
Gf 

Qg 
Sc 

Jg 
Yb 

Jg 

Lg 
Td 

Pf 

Qf 

Jp 

J m 

Gl 

Kii 

Lh 

Mg 

Ig 

Hg 

Eg 

Gh 

Te 

W 

Of 

Kg 
Kg 
W 
Vd 

Sc 

Sg 
Qe 
Oe 

Lg 
Me 

Kg 

Jg 
Zb 



Popula- 
tion. 



234 
10.5 

1,085 

399 

827 

417 

75 

1,201 



6,204 
13,728 



3,8G6 



25,243 

1,778 
13,380 
22,550 



Ir. 
ash 



5,20!) 
4,543 



6,610 

616 

13,974 

116 

1,110 
319 
765 

3,854 



114 

189 
226 

5,887 



.3,11' 

l,G4i 

751 

1,193 

2,090 

2,003 

4,182 

2,417 

568 

319 

983 

694 

1,249 

1,808 

2,228 



362 
496 
129 
416 
411 
418 
407 
265 
720 



D. Ir. 
Cap. 

~~59 
109 
103 

20 
14 
22 
39 
69 
187 



86 



435 

24 
429 

688 



30 

887 
682 



165 



86 

61 

60 

149 



366 63 



11 
145 

62 



638 
27 
439 
462 
610 

352 

378 
192 
169 

"680 
750 
470 
382 
324 

609 
771 
704 
244 
422 
226 
419 
404 
474 
393 
387 
169 
165 
309 
347 
307 
405 
474 
693 



65 
64 
129 
66 
15 

75 

64 

120 

55 

ii7 

132 
99 

128 
92 

"io 

70 

141 

86 

10 

210 

23 

36 

19 

93 

100 

63 

1.59 

242 

63 

142 

37 

91 

95 



D2 



42 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Deering', 

Decrpark, 

Deersville, 

Defiance, 

Defiance, 

DeKalb, 

DeKalb 

DE KALB, 

DELAWARE, 

DELAWARE, 

Delaware, 

Delaware, 

DELAWARE, 

Delaware, 

Delaware, 

Delaware, 

DELAWARE, 

Delaware, 

Delaware, 

Delaware, 

Delaware City, 

Delhi, 

Delhi, F. 

Delmar, 

Delphi, 

Delphi, 

Delphi, 

Demopolis,' 

Denmark, 

Denmark, 

Denmark, 

Denmark, 

Dennis, 

Dennis, 

Dennis' Creek, 

Denton, 

Dennysville, 

Depau, 

Depauville, 

De Peyster, 

Deposit, 

Deptford, 

Derby, 



Derby, 

Derry, 

Derry, 

Derry, 

Derry, 

Derry, 

De Ruy ter, 

Desmond, 

DETROIT, 

Dewittville, 

Dexter, 

Dexter, 

Dexter, 

Diana, 

Dickinson, 

Dickinson, 

Dickinsonville,. . 
DICKSON, . . . . 



Class. 



tsh. and t. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 
t 



County, . . . . 
County, . . . . 
County, . . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . . 
tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

tsh 



t. . . 
c. t. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



c. t. 

t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t. 

t 

tsh 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

Capital, . . 



tsh. 
tsh. 



tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 

County, . . 



County. 



Hillsborough, . 

Orange, 

Harrison, . . . 
Paulding, . . . 
Williams, . . . 
St. Lawrence, . 
Georgetown, . 



State. 



Mercer, 
Pike, .. 



Delaware, . 
Hancock, . 
Williams, . 



Delaware, 

Hamilton, . . . . 

Ripley 

New-Castle, . . . 

Delaware, 

Hamilton, 

Tioga, 

Onondaga, . . . . 

Morgan, 

Carroll, 

Marengo, 

Oxford, 

Lewis, 

Madison, 

Ashtabula, . . . . 
Barnstable, . . . . 
Cape May, . . . . 
Cape May, . . . . 

Caroline, 

Washington, . , 
St. Lawrence, , 

Jefferson, 

St. Lawrence, . . 
Delaware, . . . , 
Gloucester, . . . . 

Orleans, 

New Haven, . . 
Rockingham, . . 

Columbia, 

Dauphin, 

Mifflin, 

Westmoreland, 

Madison, 

St. Clair, 

Wayne, 

Chautauque, . . . 
Penobscot, . . . . 
Washtenaw, . . 
Washtenaw, . . 

Lewis, 

Franklin, 

Cumberland, . . 
Russell, 



N. H. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N.Y. 

S. C. 

Geo. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Del. 

N.Y. 

O. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Ten. 

In. 

Al. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

Ten. 

O. 

Mas. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Md. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Vt. 

ct. 

N. H. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

M.T. 

M.T. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Ten. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Wc 

Te 

Mf 

Je 

Je 

Sb 

Om 

J m 

Td 

Ne 

Se 

Kf 

Kf 

Kf 

Je 

If 

If 

Hg 

Ig 

Sg 

Td 

i^ 

Qe 

Sd 

Ik 

Hf 

Fn 

Xc 

Sc 

Ek 

Ne 

Xe 

Tg 

Tg 

Sh 

AZl 

Sb 

Rb 

Sb 

Sd 

Sg 

Vb 

Ue 

Wd 

Re 

Rf 

Qf 

Of 

Sd 

Lc 

Kd 

O d 

Ya 

Kd 

Kd 

Sb 

Tb 

Qf 

Lj 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,228 

1,167 

93 

35 

272 

1,268 



10,042 

33,024 

17,323 

941 



11,504 

642 

83 

94 

2,374 



2,116 

1,528 

613 



954 
2,370 



169 
2,314 

1,508 



856 
668 



813 



3,599 
1,469 
2,253 
2,] 76 
1,689 
1,751 
2,738 
3,895 
1,447 
376 

Q 000 



885 



309 

446 

2,523 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



7,265 



465 
266 
290 
506 
511 
461 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

27 
121 
131 
170 
175 
193 



274 
239 



419 

489 
517 



118 
344 
502 
247 
349 



661 
911 

558 
431 
873 
325 
473 
194 
194 
81 
795 
457 
431 
468 
307 



574 

298 
450 
187 
102 
162 
194 
333 



526 
346 
666 
545 
545 
463 
507 
108 
322 



242 
144 



23 
102 
183 



35 

77 

117 

141 

133 



88 

62 

85 

141 

159 

196 

75 

97 

97 

44 

172 

189 

180 

200 

116 



57 

42 

28 

77 

9 

55 

165 

122 



333 
67 
52 
52 

140 

225 
36 

340 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



43 



Names of Places. 



.B. 



Dighton, .... 

Dillston, 

DimVIDDJE, 

Dinwiddle, C.H. . . • • 

District, East, 

District of Columbia, . 

Dividing Creek, 

Dixfield, 

Di.x HiUs, 

Di.^mont, 

Dixon, 

Dixon's Springs, P. O. 

Dixville, 

Dixville, 

Doak's Stand, P. O.. . 
Dobson's cross Roads, 

Dodgeville, 

Dogwood Spriiigs,P.O. 

Dohrman, 

Dana, 

Dona, 

Donaldsonville, 

Donegal, 

Donegal, E . 

Donegal, 

Donegal, 

DOOLY, 

Dorchester, 

Dorchester, 

DORCHESTER, . . . 

Dorchester, 

Dorset, 

Douglass, 

Douglass, E. 

Douglass, 

Dover, 

Dover, 

Dover, 

Dover, 

Dover, 

Dover, 

Dover, 

Dover, 

Dover, 

DOVER, 

Dover, 

Dover, 

Dover, 

Dover, 

Dover, 

Downe, 

Downingstown, 

Doylestown, 

Dracut, 

Drakesville, 

Dresden, 

Dresden, 

Dresden, 

Dresden, 

Driftwood, A. . 

Dripping Springs,P.O. 



Class. 



County, . 

c. t 

tsh 



t. .. 
tsh. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



c. t 

tsh. . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 



County, . 



t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. . . 



c. t. 
t. . . 

t... 



tsh. and t. , 

tsh 

t 



tsh 

Hundred. . . 
Capital, . . . . 
c. t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh 

t 

tsh. and c. t. 
t 



t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
c.t. 



t. .. 
tsh. 



County. 



Bristol, . 
York, . . 



Dinwiddie,. . . . 
Berks, 



Cumberland, . . 

Oxford, 

Suffolk, 

Penobscot, . . . . 

Preble, 

Smith, 

Coos, 

Henry, 



Stokes, 

Iowa, 

Pulaski, 

Tuscarawas, . . 
Worcester, . . . . 

Kent, 

Ascension, . . . , 

Butler, 

Lancaster, . . . . 
Washington, . . 
Westmoreland, 



Grafton, . . . , 
Norfolk, 



Colleton, 

Bennington,. . 
Worcester, . . . 

Berks, 

Montgomery, . 
Penobscot, . . . 

Strafford, 

Windham, . . . 

Norfolk, 

Dutchess, .... 
Monmouth, . . 

Morris, 

York 

Kent, 

Kent, 

Stewart, 

Athens, 

Cuyalioga, . . . 
Tuscarawas, . 

Wayne, 

Cumberland, . 

Chester, 

Bucks, 

Middlesex, . . . 

Morris, 

Lincoln, 

Washington, . 

Weakly, 

Muskingum, . 

Jackson, 

Edmondson,. . 



State. 



Mas. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 

Pa. 



N.J. 

Me. 
N. Y. 

Me. 

O. 

Ten. 

N. H. 

Va. 

Mi. 

N. C. 

M. T. 

A. T. 

O. 

Mas. 

DeL 

La. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

N.H. 

Mas. 

Md. 

S. C. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Me. 

N.H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Del. 

Del. 

Ten. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

N. J. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

O. 

In. 

Ken. 



Rcf. 
Letters 



W e 

Qf 

Qi 

Qi 

Sf 

Qh 

Sg 
Xb 
Uf 
Yb 

J? 
Hj 
W b 

Oj 
Dn 

Nj 
Ed 
Bl 
Mf 
V d 

Sg 

Cp 

Of 

Rf 

Nf 

Of 

Ko 

Wc 

Wd 

Sh 

Nn 

Uc 

Wd 

Sf 

Sf 

Ya 

Xc 

Vd 

Wd 

Ue 

Tg 

Tf 

Rg 

Sg 
Sg 
Gj 

Lg 
Le 

M f 

Mf 

Sg 

S f 

Sf 

Wd 

Tf 

Yb 

Ud 

Fj 
Lf 
Hh 
Hi 



Populii 
tioti. 



1,723 



21,901 



562 
39,834 



889 



945 
1,366 



1,161 
623 



1,084 
6,058 
2,092 
2,052 
2,135 
693 
4,074 
18,636 



1,507 
1,742 

839 

941 

1,042 

5,449 

831 

497 

2,198 

2,898 



1,874 
3,416 



549 
462 
972 
261 
1,923 



1,777 
1,615 



1,559 
495 



391 



1>. Ir. 
Wash 



420 

98 



162 
159 



192 
617 
265 
635 
493 
618 
593 
291 

1,000 
333 

1,028 

1,083 
298 
397 
120 

1,27 
142 
103 
245 
183 



508 
432 



534 
435 
388 
143 
148 
678 
490 
425 
420 
323 
221 
233 
94 
114 
114 
787 
353 
366 
317 
339 
192 
122 
160 
440 
223 
597 
455 
834 
350 
607 
670 



WTr. 

Cap. 

39 
12 



40 
68 



86 
42 

191 
44 
97 
48 

152 

199 
35 

103 

15 
123 

68 
6 

75 
204 

18 
224 
161 



51 

4 



90 
91 
41 
64 
72 
77 
40 
120 
15 
95 
54 
67 
23 



81 
65 

140 

110 
96 
86 
68 

107 
26 
57 
14 
7^ 

132 
73 
75 

130 



44 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Drummond Town,, . . 

Drumore, 

Dryden, 

Duane, 

Duanesburg, 

Dublin, 

Dublin, 

Dublin, 

Dublin, 

Dublin, 

Dublin, 

Dublin, 

Dublin, 

Dublin, 

DUBOIS, 

Dubueque, 

Duck Creek, 

Dudley, 

Dudley, 

Duguidsville, 

DUKE'S, 

Dumfries, 

Dumfries, 

Dummer, 

Dummerston, 

Dunbar, B. 

Dunbarton, 

Duneanville, 

I Dundaff, 

Dunkard, 

Dunkirk, 

Dunkirk, 

Dunklinsville, 

Dunlapsville, 

Dunstable, B. 

Dunstable, F. 

Dunstable, 

Dunn's Town, 

DUPLIN, 

Durham, 



Durham, 

' Durham, .... 
I Durham, 

Durham, 

Durham ville, . 

DUTCHESS, 

Dutotsburg, . . 

Dutton, 

DUVAL 

Duxbury, .... 

Daxbury, .... 

Dvvight, 

Dy berry, 

DYER 

Dyersburg, . . . 

Eagle, 

Eagle, 

Eagle, 

Eagle, 

Earl, 

Earl, 



.B. 



Class. 



0. t 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



c. t. 

t. ., 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County, . 



Hundred, 
t 



tsh 

t 

County, . 
t 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



borough, 

tsh 

t 



t. .. 
t. . . 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County,. 



tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 



County, . 



County, . 
tsh 



t 

tsh 

County, . 
c. t 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



County. 



Accomack, . . . . 
Lancaster, . . . . 
Tompkins, . . . . 

Franklin, 

Schenectady, . . 

Cheshire, 

Bedford, 

Bucks, 

Huntingdon, . . 

Harford, 

Laurens, 

Franklin, 

Mercer, 

Iowa, 



Kent, 

Worcester, . . . . 

Henry, 

Buckingham, . . 



Pr. William, . . 

Mobile, 

Coos, 

Windham, .... 

Fayette, 

Merrimack, . . . 

Thomas, 

Susquehanna,. . 

Greene, 

Chautauque,. . . 
King & Queen, 

Laurens, 

Union, 

Hillsborough,. . 

Middlesex, 

Lycoming, . . . . 
Lycoming, .... 



Cumberland, . . 

Strafford, 

Middlesex, . . . . 

Greene, 

Bucks, 

Tipton, 



Northampton, . 
Penobscot, . . . . 



Washington, 
Plymouth, . . 

Pope, 

Wayne, .... 



Dyer, 

Allegany, . 
Brown, . . . 
Hocking, . 
Boone, . . . 
Berks,. . . . 
Lancaster, 



State. 



Va. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. H. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Geo. 

O. 

O. 

M.T. 

In. 

Mo.T, 

Del. 

Mas. 

In. 

Va. 

Mas. 

Va. 

Al. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

N.H. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

S. C. 

In. 

N.H. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

Me. 

N.H. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Me. 

F. T. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

A. T. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

Pa. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Si 

Rg 

Rd 
Tb 
Td 
Vd 

Qf 

Sf 

Qf 
Rg 

Kn 

Kf 

Jf 

Ed 

Hh 

Dd 

S? 
Wd 

If 

Pi 

Xe 

Qh 

Fo 

Wb 

Vd 

Of 

Wo 

Jp 

Se 

Ng 

Od 

Qi 

Mi' 

Jg 
Wd 

Wd 

Qe 

Qe 

Ql 

Xc 

Xc 

Ve 

Td 

Sf 

Ek 

Ue 

Sf 

Zb 

Mp 

Vb 

Xd 

Ak 

S e 

Ej 

Ej 

Pd 

Kg: 

Kg 
Hg 
Sf 
Rf 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,609 
5,206 

247 
2,837 
1,218 

801 



666 



96 

288 



1,778 



3,921 
2,155 



3,517 



65 
1,592 
1,698 
1,067 



298 
1,336 



2,414 
593 



11,291 
1,731 
1,606 
1,116 
3,039 
750 



50,926 



443 
1,970 

651 
2,716 



1,078 
1,904 



892 
703 
541 



990 
5,344 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



206 



301 
505 
389 
444 
100 
166 
109 
71 
689 
408 
526 
980 



996 
122 
380 
537 
182 



33 

994 
573 
421 
194 
469 
890 
256 
226 
363 
107 
505 
521 
444 
440 
226 
219 



564 
485 
319 
359 
182 
906 



215 
671 



534 

439 

1,146 

265 



882 
356 
467 
374 
593 
150 
123 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

"214 



153 
194 
21 
55 
70 
97 
55 
63 
47 
12 
129 



58 

61 

107 



89 

177 

132 

117 

175 

10 

248 

148 

224 

318 

29 

57 

82 

32 

37 

119 

112 



31 
35 
21 
34 
111 
190 



128 
76 



17 

34 

78 

162 



168 

264 

91 

58 
20 
75 
49 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



45 



Names of Places. 



EARLY,... 

Earleysburg^, 
E. BATON ROUGE, 
East Bethlehem, . . B . 
East Bradford, ...E. 

East Branch, 

East Bridgewater, A. 

Eastbrook, 

East Cain, F. 

East Chester, 

East Constable, 

East District, 

East Fallowfield, . . J . 
EAST FELICIANA 

East Findlay, 

East Goshen, G . 

East Greenwich, . . A . 

East Haddam, 

Eastham, 



B. 



F. 



C. 



East Hampton, . . 
East Hampton, . . 
East Hanover, . . . 
East Hartford, . . . 

East Haven, 

East Haven, 

East Hempfield, . 
East Huntingdon, 
East Kingston, . . 

East Liberty, 

East Liberty, 

East Machias, 

East Manchester, . . . 
East Marlborough, D 

East Nantmeal, 

East Nottingham, K. 

Easton, 

Easton, 

Easton, 

Easton, 

E. Pond Plantation, B 

East Port, 

East Sudbury, . . . . G . 

Easttown, H. 

East LTnion, 

Eastville, 

EastWhiteland,...!. 

East Windsor, 

East Windsor, .... A . 

Eaton, 

Eaton, 

Eaton, 

Eaton, 

Eaton, 

Eaton, 

Eaton, 

EATON, 

Eatonton, 

Ebenezer, 

Ebensburg, 

Economy, 

Economy, 



Class. 



County, . 



Parish, 
tsh. . . . 
tsh. . . . 
tsh. . . . 

t 

t 



tsh 

tsh. and t. 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

Parish, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and c. 

t 

t 

t 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

borough, . 
c. t 



t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

c. t 

County, . . 

c. t 

t.' 

c. t 

tsh. and t. 
t 



County. 



Centre, 



Washington, . 

Chester, 

Venango, .... 
Plymouth, . . 
Hancock, .... 

Chester, 

West Chester, 
Franklin, .... 

Berks, 

Chester, 



Washington, . . 

Chester, 

Kent, 

Middlesex, . . . . 
Barnstable, . . . . 
Hampshire, . . . 

Suffolk, 

Lebanon, 

Hartford, 

Essex, 

New Haven, . . 
Lancaster, . . . . 
Westmoreland, 
Rockingham, . 

Allegany, 

Fayette, 

Washington, . . 

York, 

Chester, 

Chester, 

Chester, 

Bristol, 

Washington, . . 
Northampton, . 

Talbot, 

Somerset, 

Washington, . . 
Middlesex, . . . . 

Chester, 

Wayne, 

Northampton, . 

Chester, 

Hartford, 

Middlesex, . . . . 

Strafford, 

Madison, 

Monmouth, . . . 

Luzerne, 

Gibson, 

Lorain, 

Preble, 



State. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

La. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

Me. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

La. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

R. L 

Ct. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Ct. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Me. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Me. 

Me. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

O. 

Va. 

Pa. 

Ct. 

N.J. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

O. 

O. 

.M. T. 



Putnam, . . 
Effingham,. 
Cambria, . . 
Beaver, . . . . 

Wayne, . . . 



Ref. 
Letters 



Geo. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

In. 



Id 

Qf 
Cp 

Nf 

Sg 
Qe 
Xd 
Zb 

Sg 
Uf 
Ub 

Sf 

Sg 

Cp 

Nf 

Sf 

We 

Ve 

Ye 

Vd 

Vf 

Rf 

Vc 

W b 

Vd 






f 
f 
d 
f 
f 
Z 
f 



R 
O 
X 

o 
o 

A 
R 

Sg 
Sf 

Rg 

Wd 
Uc 

Sf 

Rg 

Yb 

BZb 

Wd 

Sf 

Mg 

Si 

Sf 

Ve 

Tf 

Wc 

Sd 

Tf 

Re 

Ek 

Le 

Jg 
Jd 

K m 

Mn 

Pf 

Nf 
Ig 



Popula- 
tion. 



2,051 



6,698 
2,602 
1,099 



1,653 
81 

1,440 
1,030 



562 
1,156 
8,247 
1,219 

752 
1,591 
2,664 

970 

745 
1,668 
2,502 
2,237 
33 
1,229 
2,084 
1,516 

442 



U. fr. 
Wash. 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



1,065 
2,212 
1,252 
2,029 
1,788 
1,756 
3,758 
3,529 



299 

2,450 

944 

646 

1,366 



994 
3,537 
1,903 
1,432 
3,559 



599 



103 
510 



270 
1,217 



182 



210 
115 

294 
429 
684 
114 
241 
536 
159 
110 



251 

119 

406 

33" 

490 

371 

339 

131 

336 

564 

305 

115 

198 

471 

217 

201 

751 



107 
140 

92 
423 
403 
190 

84 
620 
778 
422 
124 
340 
244 
131 
342 
183 
532 
351 
213 
251 
863 
372 
488 



650 
661 

178 
241 
525 



75 



203 
72 

227 
22 
96 
60 

167 

211 
68 
67 



238 

79 

15 

27 

92 

88 

265 

21 

2 

58 

38 

33 

176 

39 

195 

178 

149 



70 
65 
66 
24 
26 

101 
47 
25 

176 
16 
84 
92 

174 

77 

8 

18 

57 

102 
48 

143 

149 

125 
92 



22 
140 
131 
219 

77 



46 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Ecorces, 

Echore Fabre, 

Eddington, 

Eddytown, 

Eddyville, 

Eddy ville, 

Eden, 

Eden, 

Eden, 

Eden, 

Eden, ... 

Eden, 

Edinburg, 

Edenton, 

EDGAR, 

Edgarton, 

Edgecomb, 

EDGECOMBE,.... 
EDGEFIELD, .... 
Edgefield, C.H. .... 

Edgemont, G. 

Edgeworth, 

Edinboro', 

Edinburg, 

Edinburg, 

Edinburg, 

Edmeston, 

EDMONDSON, .... 

Edmondton, 

Edmunds, 

Edwards, 

EDWARDS, 

Edwardsburg, 

Edwardsville, 

Edwardsville, 

Edwardsville, 

Eel, 

Eel River, 

Eel River, 

Effingham, 

EFFINGHAM, .... 
EFFINGHAM, .... 

Egg Harbour, 

Egremont, D. 

Elba 

ELBERT, 

Elberton, 

Elbridge, 

Elbridge, 

Eldersville, 

Eldridge, 

Elizabeth, 

Elizabeth B. 

Elizabeth, 



t. 



Elizabeth, 

Elizabeth, 

Elizabeth, 

Elizabeth, 

Elizabeth, 

Elizabeth, 

ELIZABETH CITY\Covinty, 



Class. 



tsh. 
c.t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
c.t. 



County, . 



County, . 
District, 
c. t. . . 
tsh 



tsh. 



tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh 

County,, 
c. t 



c.t. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



County, . 
County, . 
tsh 



t. 



tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh. and t. . 



t 

tsh , 

tsh. and c. 

tsh , 

tsh. and t. , 
tsh. 



c. t. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County. 



Wayne, ... 
Union, . . . . , 
Penobscot, . . 
Yates, . .. .. 
Ulster, . . . . , 
Caldwell, . . , 
Hancock, . . . 
Orleans, . . . 

Erie, 

Licking, . . . 
Seneca, .... 
La Grange, 
Saratoga, . . 
Chowan, . . . 



Duke's, . 
Lincoln, 



Edgefield,. . . . 

Delaware 

Schuylkill, . . . 
Montgomery, . 

Elbert, 

Portage, 

Johnson, 

Otsego, 



Barren, 

Washington, . 
St. Lawrence, 



Cass, 

St. Lawrence, 

Warren, 

Madison, . . . . 

Cass, 

Greene, 

Hendricks, . . . 
Strafford, . . . . 



Gloucester, . . 
Berkshire, . 
Genesee, . . . , 



Elbert, 

Onondaga, . . 

Edgar 

Washington, 

Huron, 

Essex, 

Essex, 

Allegany, . . . 
Lancaster, . . 
Lancaster, . . 

Bladen, 

Lawrence, . . 

Miami, 

Callaway, . . . 



State. 



M.T. 
A. T. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

Me. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

N. Y. 

N. C. 

II. 

Mas. 

Me. 

N.C. 

S. c. 

s. c. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.C 

Geo 

O. 

In. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

II. 

M.T. 

N. Y. 

O. 

U. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

N. H. 

Geo. 

U. 

N.J. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

II. 

Pa. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

O. 

O. 

Mo. 

Va. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Kd 

A m 

Zb 

Rd 

Te 

Fi 

Zb 

Vb 

Od 

Lf 

K e 

le 

To 

Rj 

Gg 
Xe 

Y c 

Qk 

Mm 

M m 

Sg 
Rf 
N k 
LI 
Me 

Ig 

Sd 

Hi 

Ij 
AZl 

Sb 

Fh 

He 

Sb 

Jg 
Dh 
Hf 

Gg 
Hg 
Wc 
Mn 
Fa- 



T 

U 

P 

L 

L 

R 

G 

N 

L 

U 

T 

O 

R 

R 

Pi 

Lh 

Jf 

Bh 

Ri 



Popula- D. fr. 
tion. Wash 



405 



167 
957 

461 
1,066 

588 
819 



1,571 



4,071 

1,509 

1,258 

14,935 

30,509 



757 



373 



2,087 
2,642 



267 

633 

1,649 



48 



1,911 
2,924 



2,510 

890 

2,678 

12,354 



3,357 



742 
1,015 
3,455 
2,519 
1,928 



761 
1,000 



5,053 



514 

1,148 
665 
300 
311 
778 
690 
557 
363 
363 
426 
616 
435 
284 



495 
591 



557 
123 

189 
423 
578 
313 
588 
359 



651 

785 
462 



643 

462 
460 
836 
639 
658 
605 
527 



200 
349 
376 



579 
342 
665 
250 
397 
503 
210 
240 
124 
110 
385 
395 
461 
964 



D. fr- 
Cap. 



12 

85 
70 

190 
60 

241 
92 
38 

287 
44 
80 

218 
58 

155 



97 
26 



57 

83 

84 

158 

116 

134 

30 

77 



142 
162 
194 



169 
194 
83 
55 
110 
70 
34 
57 



90 
139 
250 



101 

149 

116 

227 

124 

126 

44 

216 

49 

17 

99 

165 

65 

21 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



47 



Names of Places. 



Elizabeth City, 

Elizabeth Town, . . . . 

Elizabcthtown, 

Elizabcthtown, 

Elizabeth Town, 

Elizabcthtown, 

Elizabeth Town, . . . . 

Elk, 

Elk, 

Elk, 

Elk Creek, 

Elk Creek, 

ELKHART, 

Elkhart, 

Elkhart, 

Elkland, 

Elkland, 

Elk Lick, 

Elk Run, 

Elkton, 

Elkton, 

Elkton, 

Elk Town, 

EUenburg, 

EUerv, 

EUicott, 

Ellicottville, 

Elhngton, 

Ellington, 

Elliott, 

Elliott's X roads, P. O, 

Ellisburg, 

Ellison, 

EllisviUe, 



EUisville, 

Ellsworth, 

Ellsworth, 

Ellsworth, 

Elmira, 

Elmore, 

Elmore, 

Elsinborough, ... .A. 

Elyria, 

Elysian Fields, 

Elyton, 

EMANUEL, 

Emaus, 

j Erabden, 

Emmetsburg, 

I Emporium, 

Enfield 

Enfield, A, 

I Enfield, 

Enfield, 

Enfield, 

English Town, 

Ennisvillc, 

Enoch, 

Enosburg, 

Ephrata, 

Ephrata, 



Class. 



c. t. 
t .. 
t. .. 



t. 

c. t 

c. t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t 

c. t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



tsh. and t. 
t 



t 

t 



tsh 

tsh. and c. t. 
t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



c. t 

County, . 
t 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t. . 

t 

t 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t , 
L 



County. 



Pasquotank, . . 

Ohio 

Wood, 

Carter, 

Hardin, 

Hamilton, . . , 

Warren, 

Athens, 

Monroe, 

Erie, 

Venango, ... 



Elkhart, 

Elkhart, 

Lycoming, . . . 

Tioga, 

Somerset, . . . . 
Columbiana, . 

Cecil 

Giles, 

Todd, 

Fauquier, . . . , 

Clinton, 

Chautauque,. , 
Chautauque,. , 
Chautauque, . . 

Tolland, 

Chautauque,. , 

York 

Cumberland, , 
Jefferson, . . . , 
Beaufort, ... 
Nicholas, ... 

Jones, 

Hancock, . . . , 
Grafton, . . . . , 
Trumbull, . . . 

Tioga, 

Washington, . 

Daviess, 

Salem, 

Lorain, 

Amite, 

Jefferson, . . . 



Lehigh, ... . 
Somerset, . . . , 
Frederick, . . . 

McKean, 

Grafton, 

Hampshire, . . 
Hartford, . . . . 
Tompkins, . . . 

Halifax, 

Monmouth, . . 
Huntingdon, . 

Monroe, 

Franklin, . . . . 
Montgomery, . 
Lancaster, . . . 



State. 



Kef. 
Letters 



N. C. 
N.J. 

Va. 
Va. 
Ten. 
Ken. 
O. 
Pa. 
O. 
O. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
In. 
In.' 
In. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
O. 
Md. 
Ten. 
Ken. 
Va. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Ct. 
N. Y. 
Me. 
Ken. 
N.Y. 
N.C. 
Ken. 
Mi. 
Me. 
N. H. 
O. 

N.Y. 
Vt. 
In. 
N.J. 
O. 
Mi. 
Al. 
Geo. 
Pa. 
Me. 
Md. 
Pa. 
N. H. 
Mas. 
Ct. 

N.Y. 
.C. 
N.J. 
Pa. 
O. 
Vt. 
N.Y. 
Pa. 



Tf 
Ng 

Mg 

Lj 
i 

Oe 

Lg 

Mg 

Ne 

Oe 

le 

He 

le 

Re 

Qe 

Og 

Nf 

Sg 
Gk 

Gj 

Qh 

Ub 

Od 

Od 

Pd 

Ve 

Od 

Xc 

Ij 
Re 

Qk 

Jh 

Eo 

Zb 

W c 

Ne 

Rd 

Vb 

Gh 

Sg 

Le 

Co 

Gm 

Ln 

Sf 

Yb 

Qg 
Pe 
Vc 
Vd 
Ve 
Rd 

Qj 
Tf 

Qf 
Mg 
Vb 
To 
Rf 



Popula- 
tion. 



132 



892 
199 
562 
570 
935 



606 
1,554 
1,499 



380 



2,002 
2,101 
626 
1,455 
1,279 
1,845 



5,292 



385 
235 

800 

2,892 

442 



503 

668 



2,673 

"894 



1,492 
1,056 
2,129 
2,332 



287 
1,560 
1,902 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



260 
210 
250 
294 
420 
631 
514 
332 
369 
309 
336 
261 



625 
634 
210 
273 
173 
275 
88 
754 
726 
58 
530 
346 
334 
328 
351 
352 
496 
624 
392 
30 
502 

1,054 
679 
526 
296 
273 
545 
679 
167 
377 

1,171 
799 



183 
645 
65 
241 
49 
388 
352 
298 
228 
195 
170 
120 
555 
417 
125 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



189 

44 

343 

294 

316 

80 

129 

235 

71 

108 

275 

194 



183 

212 

100 

167 

151 

159 

80 

92 

186 

87 

191 

342 

330 

292 

17 

320 

107 

131 

166 

127 

63 

134 

81 

53 

151 

198 

21 

91 

69 

130 

137 

59 



90 
46 
80 

169 
42 
73 
18 

171 
74 
30 
93 

314 
58 
61 
38 



48 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Epping, 

Epsom, 

Equality, 

ERIE, 

Erie, 

ERIE, 

Erie, 

Erie, 

Erie, 

Erin, 

Errol, 

Erwin, 

Erwinna, 

ESCAMBIA 

Esopus, , 

Esperance, 

ESSEX, 

Essex, 

ESSEX, 

Essex, B. 

ESSEX, 

Essex, 

ESSEX, 

ESSEX, 

ESTILL 

Estillville, 

Estinaula, 

Etna, 

Etna, 

Euclid, 

Eugene, 

Eulalia, 

Eutaw Springs, 

Evans, 

Evansham, 

Evans' Mills, 

Evansville, 

Evesham, 

Ewington, 

Exeter, 



Class. 



Exeter, 

Exeter, 

Exeter, 

Exeter, 

Exeter, 

Exeter, 

Exetertown, . . . 

Fabius, 

Fairbanks, . . . . 
Fair Bluff, . . . . 

Fairfax, 

FAIRFAX, . . . 

Fairfax, 

Fairfax, C. H. . 

Fairfield, 

Fairfield, 

FAIRFIELD, 

Fairfield, 

Fairfield, 

Fairfield, 

Fairfield, 



c. t 

County, . . 
tsh. and t. 
County, . . 
borough, . 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh , 

t 

tsh , 

t 

Coimty, . . , 

tsh , 

t 

County, . . . 

tsh 

County, . . . 

t 

County, . . . 

tsh 

County, . . . 
County, . . . 
County, . . . 
c. t 



t 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 
tsh 



tsh. 
c.t. 



t. 



c.t. 
tsh. 
t. 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

t. 



tsh. and t. 
tsh 



County,, 
c. t 



County, . . 

t 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 



County. 



Rockingham, 
Merrimack, . . 
Gallatin, 



Erie, 



Erie, . . , 
Greene, . 
Monroe, . 
Tioga, . 
Coos, . . . . 
Steuben, , 
Bucks, . 



Ulster, . . . 
Schoharie, 



Chittenden, 
Essex, 



Essex,. 



Scott, 

Haywood, .... 
Penobscot, . . . 
Tompkins, . . . 
Cuyahoga, . . . 
Vermillion,. . • 

Potter, 

Charleston,. . . 

Erie, 

Wythe, 

Jefferson, .... 
Vanderburg, . 
Burlington, . . 
Effingham,, . . 
Penobscot, . . . 
Rockingham, 
Washington, . 

Otsego, 

Berks, 

Luzerne, 

Morgan, 

Berks, 

Onondaga, . . . 
Sullivan, .... 
Columbus, . . . 
Franklin, .... 



Culpeper, , 
Fairfax, . . 
Somerset, . 
Franklin, . 



Fairfield, . . . 
Herkimer, . . 
Cumberland, 
Essex, 



State. 



N. H. 
N. H. 
II. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Al, 

M. T. 

N. Y. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

F. T. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Va. 

Ken. 

Va. 

Ten. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

0. 

In. 

Pa. 

S.C. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

In. 

N.J. 

II. 

Me. 

N. H. 

R. L 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

U. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

In. 

N. C. 

Vt. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

Me. 

Vt. 

Ct 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Wc 

Wc 

Fi 

Pd 

Pd 

Ne 

Nd 

Fn 

Ke 

Rd 

Wb 

Qd 

Sf 

Gp 

Ue 

Td 

Wb 

Ub 

Xd 

Xd 

Ub 

Ub 

Tf 

Ri 

Ki 

Lj 

Ek 

Yb 

Rd 

Me 

P e 
Nm 
Od 
Mj 

Sb 

Gh 

Tg 

Fg 

Yb 

Xd 

We 

Sd 

Sf 

Se 

Sf 
Rd 

Gg 

01 

Ub 

Qh 

P h 

Qh 

Yb 

Vb 

Ue 

Ue 

Te 

Sg 
Tf 



Popula- 
tion 



1,262 
1,413 



35,719 
1,926 

17,041 
1,465 



795 

82 
795 



1,770 



3,981 

1,664 
82,859 

1,333 
19,287 

1,543 
41,911 
10,521 

4,618 



362 
1,099 



1,185 



4,239 



1,439 
2,753 
2,383 
1,690 



D.fr. 
Wash 



767 



3,070 



1,729 
9,204 



2,002 
2,270 
47,010 
4,246 
2,266 
1,812 



480 
482 
773 



386 



333 

896 
478 
282 
598 
281 
186 



310 
384 



521 



465 

508 



433 

881 

662 

297 

363 

665 

271 

524 

380 

329 

422 

728 

14 

743 

674 

474 

369 

382 

143 

237 

852 

140 

332 

699 

449 

535 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

29 

12 

137 



76 

21 

625 

545 



280 
407 
183 
228 



260 



272 
47 
48 
191 
137 
216 
122 



68 
26 



44 



33 
135 



357 

167 

63 

157 

147 

93 

162 

54 

293 

253 

170 

170 

34 

38 

75 

39 

25 

78 

68 

129 

130 

65 

121 

101 

159 

5& 



94 

129 

26 

59 



35 

81 
77 
62 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



49 



Names of Places. 



Fairfield, 

Fairfield, 

Fairfield, 

Fairfield, 

Fairfield, 

FAIRFIELD, 

Fairfield, 

Fairfield, 

FAIRFIELD, 

Fairfield, 

Fairfield, 

Fairfield, a. 

Fairfield, 

Fairfield, 

Fairfield, 

Fairfield, 

Fairfield, A. 

Fairfield, 

Fair Ground, 

Fairhaven, 

Fairhaven, 

Fairlee, 

Fair Play, A. 

Fairport, 

Fairport, 

Fairview, 

Fairview, B . 

Fairview, a . 

Fairview, P. O 

Fairville, 

Fall Creek, 

Fallowfield, A. 

Fallowfield, 

Falls, 

Falls, ^ . 

Falls 9.. 

Falls 

Fallsburg', 

Fallsburg-, 

Falls Creek, 

Fallstown, B . 

Fallowfield, East,.. J. 
Fallowfield, West,. X. 
Falmouth, 



Falmouth, 

Falmouth, 

Falmouth, 

Fannet, 

Fannetsburg', 

Fann's Bridge, P. O.. 

p Farmersville, 

Farmin^ton, 

Farmincfton, 

Farmington, 

Farmington, 

Farmington, 

Farmington, 

Farmington, b. 

Farmington, 

Farmington, 

Farmington, 



Class. 



t .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



District, 
t 



t. 



County, . . 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 
t 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

c. t 



L .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



t, .. 
t .. 
c. t 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t. ., 
t ., 
t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



County. 



Adams, 

Crawford, 

Lycoming, . . . . 
Westmoreland, 
Rockbridge,. . . 

Amite, 

Nelson, 



Butler, 

Columbiana,. . 

Green, 

Highland,. . . . 

Huron, 

Tuscarawas,. . 
Franklin, .... 
Tippecanoe, . . 

Wayne, 

Richmond, . . . 

Rutland, 

Bristol, 

Orange, 

Greene, 

Monroe, 

Crawford, .... 

Erie, 

York, 

Guernsey, . . . 
Greenville, . . . 
Washington, . 
Hamilton, .... 
Crawford, .... 
Washington, . 

Bucks, 

Luzerne, 

Hocking, .... 
Muskingum, . 

Sullivan, 

Licking, 

Henry, , 

Beaver, 

Chester, 

Chester, 

Cumberland, . , 
Barnstable, . . . , 

Stafford, 

Pendleton, . . . 
Franklin, .... 
Franklin, .... 
Jefferson, .... 
Cattaraugus, . 
Kennebeck, . . 

Strafford, 

Hartford, .... 

Ontario, 

Venango, 

Bedford, , 

Belmont, , 

Trumbull, .... 
Oakland, .... 
St. Francis, . . 



State. 



Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

S. C. 

Mi. 

Ken. 

O, 

O. 

O. 

O, 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

N.C. 

Vt 

Mas. 

Vt. 

In. 

N. Y. 

M. T. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

S. C. 

N. Y. 

In. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Me. 

Mas. 

Va. 

Ken. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

O. 

O. 

M.T. 

Mo. 



Ril". 
Lclirr; 



Ne 
Re 
Of 
Oi 
Ml 
Do 
li 

Lg 
J& 
Nf 

Kg 
Kg 
L e 
Mf 

Jg 
Hf 



h 
k 



e 
c 

g 



a 
d 
f 
f 

L 1 

U c 

Ig 

Ne 

Of 
Tf 

Se 

Lg 
Lf 

Te 

Lf 

Ig 

Nf 

Sg 
^g 
Xc 

X e 

Qh 

Jh 

Qf 

Qf 

Lm 

Pd 

Xb 

fV c 

Ve 

Qd 

Oe 

Hk 

Nf 

Me 

Kg 
Di . 



Pi.pula 
tion. 



845 

'2,422 

21,546 



24,786 

3,120 

l,8!t9 

137 

2,797 

412 

567 



675 

3,034 

656 



1,526 

1,892 
162 



876 
2,142 
2,260 

739 

938 
1,969 
1,173 

242 



386 
1,156 
1,621 
1,966 
3,974 



2,110 



1,005 
2,341 
1,465 
1,901 
1,773 
204 



66 
696 



D. (t. 
Wash. 



84 
288 
188 
170 
186 



U. fr- 
Cap. 

~42 

227 

79 

148 

144 



1,147 
599 



340 
110 
294 
526 
441 
573 
291 
218 
162 
242 
370 
339 
288 
363 
539 
254 
110 
102 
547 
472 
58 
502 
109 
105 
656 
329 
615 
505 
328 
346 
254 
707 
278 
311 
564 
912 



131 

48 



488 
275 
452 
445 
388 
30b 
525 
643 
756 
389 
458 
434 
501 
652 
351 



101 

160 

56 

65 

102 

113 

77 

70 

69 

103 

83 

58 

31 

74 

209 



279 

7 

105 

107 

64 

20 

230 

198 

124 

134 

47 

56 

108 

46 

34 

239 

67 

59 

57 

78 

68 

60 

47 

55 

40 

274 

34 

31 

9 

205 

187 

48 

130 

164 

38 

152 



50 



COxVSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Farmville, 

FAUQUIER, 

Fawn, 

Fayette, 

Fayette, 

Fayette, 

FAYETTE, 

Favette, 

FA YETTE, 

FAYETTE, 

FAYETTE, 

FAYETTE, 

FAYETTE, 

FAYETTE, 

FAYETTE, 

Fayette, 

FAYETTE, 

FAYETTE, 

Fayette, 

Fayettcville, 

Fayetteville, 

Fayetteville, 

Fayetteville, 

Fayetteville, 

Fayetteville, 

Fayetteville, 

Fayston, 

Fearing, 

Federalsburg, 

FELICIANA, East,. 
FELICIANA, West, 

Feliciana, 

Felicity, a . 

Fel'ixville, 

Fenner, 

FENTRESS, 

Ferdinand, 

Ferguson, 

Fermanagh, A. 

Fernandina, 

Ferrisburg, 

Fevre River, 

Fincastle, 

Findlay, A . 

Findlay, East, 

Findlay, West, 

Finlcy, 

Fishersfield, 

Fishing Creek, 

Fishkill 

Fitchburg, 

Fitchville, 

Fitzwilliam, 

Flatbush, C. 

Flatlands, D. 

Flat Lick, P. O 

Flat Rock, 

Flat Rock, P. O 

Flat Rocks, 

FLEMING, 

Flemingsburg, 



Class. 



County,, 
tsh 



t 

tsli 

County, . 
tsh 



County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
c. t 



County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
tsh. . . . 
County, . 
County, . 
c. t 



t. .. 
c.t. 

t. 



c.t. 
c. t. 



c.t. 



t. .. 

t. .. 

tsh. 



Parish, 
Parish, 

t 

t 



t 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
c.t. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
c.t. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t.. 
t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh 

t 

tsh. and c. t, 
tsh 



tsh. 
t. .. 



County, . 
t 



County. 



Prince Edward, 



York, 

Kennebeck, . . . 
Chautauqua, . . . 
Seneca, 



Allegany, 
Jefferson, . 



Lawrence, 



Howard, 

Fauquier, 

Cumberland, . 

Fayette, 

Fayette, 

Washington, . 

Lincoln, 

Brown, 

Washington, . . 
Washington, . 
Dorchester, . . 



Graves, 

Clermont, . . . 
Cumberland. 
Madison, . . . 



Essex, 

Centre, 

Juniatta, 

Nassau, 

Addison 

Iowa, 

Bottetourt, . . 

Allegany, 

Washington, . 
Washington, 
Hancock, .... 
Merrimack, . . 
Columbia, . . . 
Dutchess, .... 
Worcester, . . . 

Huron, 

Cheshire, .... 

Kings, 

Kings, 

Christian, .... 
Bartholomew, 
Kershaw, . . . . 
Somerset, .... 



Crawford,. . . , 



State. 


Itef. 
Letters 


Va. 


Pi 


Va. 


Qh 


Pa. 


R? 


Me. 


Xb 


N.Y. 


Od 


N. Y. 


Rd 


Pa. 


Off 


Pa. 


Nf 


Va. 


Mi 


Geo. 


J m 


Al. 


Fra 


ML 


Co 


Ten. 


Ek 


Ken. 


Jh 


O. 


Kg 


O. 


Lh 


In. 


Iff 


11. 


i^ff 


Mo. 


Bff 


Va. 


Qh 


N.C. 


Pk 


Geo. 


J ni 


Al. 


F m 


A. T. 


Z Aj 


Ten. 


Hk 


0. 


Kff 


Vt. 


Vb 


0. 


Mff 


Md. 


Sh 


La. 


Cp 


La. 


Do 


Ken. 


Fi 


0. 


Jh 


Va. 


Pi 


N.Y. 


Sd 


Ten. 


Ji 


Vt. 


Wb 


Pa. 


Qf 


Pa. 


Qf 


F.T. 


Mp 


Vt. 


Ub 


M. T. 


Dd 


Va. 


01 


Pa. 


Nf 


Pa. 


Nf 


Pa. 




0. 


Ke 


N. H. 


Vc 


Pa. 


Re 


N.Y. 


Ue 


Mas. 


Wd 


0. 


Le 


N. H. 


Vd 


N.Y. 


Uf 


N.Y. 


Uf 


Ken. 


G\ 


In. 


Iff 


S.C. 


Nl 


Pa. 


Gff 


Ken. 


Kh 


A.T. 


Ak 



Popula- 
tion. 



26,086 

785 
1,049 



3,126 

29,172 

2,301 



2,051 
3,547 



8,652 
25,098 
8,182 
621 
9,112 
2,704 



32 
449 
617 



8,247 
8,629 



199 



.2,017 

♦2,784 



1,743 
1,432 



1,822 



1,327 

1,219 

1,218 

301 

797 

568 

8,292 

2,169 

338 

1,229 

1,143 

596 



D. fr. 
Wash, 



159 



81 
598 
367 
330 



234 



13,449 



1,127 



1,017 

57 
347 
700 
874 
1,285 
722 
463 
510 
312 

99 



839 
485 
135 
367 



D.fr. 
Cap. 

68 



576 
183 
150 
776 
498 
984 
235 
243 
249 
251 
502 
470 
199 
288 
419 
388 
429 
230 
220 
767 
581 
464 
180 



1,177 



52 

17 

327 

178 



212 



93 



65 
101 

61 
107 

50 
217 

73 

92 

16 
114 

62 



300 

118 

50 

115 



76 
82 
43 
313 
55 

176 
221 

242 

230 

114 

30 

89 

88 

46 

109 

72 

156 

158 

228 

37 

51 

158 



109 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



51 



Names of Places. 



Flemingsburg, 

Flernington, 

Fletcher, ■ 

Fliining, 

Flinn, 

Flint Hill 

Flintstone, 

Florence, ■ 

Florence, 

Florence, 

Florence, ■ 

Florida, ■ 

Florida, 

Florida, 

Florida, 

Florida, 

Florida, 

Florisant, 

Flourtown, 

Flowerfield, , 

Floyd, 

FLOYD 

FLOYD, 

FLOYD, 

FLOYD 

Floydsburg, 

Flushing, 

Flushing, 

FLUVANNA, ... 

Foglesville, 

Fire-Place, 

Fordsville, 

Fordsville, 

Forks, 

FORSYTH, 

Forsyth, , 

Fort Adams, 

Fort Ann, 

Fort Argyle, 

Fort Armstrong, . . 
Fort Harrington, . . 

Fort Brady, 

Fort Chartres, .... 
Fort Coquilles, or Pike 
Fort Covington, . . . 
Fort Covington, . . . 
Fort Crawford,. ... 
Fort Crawford, .... 

Fort Dale, 

Fort Dearborn, . . . 

Fort Early, 

Fort Edward, 

Fort Gadsden, .... 

Fort Gaines, 

Fort Gratiot, 

Fort Howard, 

Fort Jackson, 

Fort Jackson, 

Fort Jefferson, .... 

Fort Massac, 

Fort Miller, 



c. t. 
c. t 
t. .. 



Class. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t .. 
t. . . 



tsh. 
c. t. 
t .. 
tsh. 



tsh. 
t. .. 



t. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
Count}', . 
County, . 
County, . 
t 



tsh. and t 
tsh. and t. 
County, . . 
t 



t 

t 

t 

tsh 

County, . 
c. t 



tsh. and t. 



tsh. 



tsh. and t. 



County. 



Fleming, 

Hunterdon, . . . 

Franklin, 

Cayuga, 

Lawrence, ... 
Culpeper, .... 
Alleghany, . . . 

Oneida, 

Lauderdale, . . 

Boone, 

Huron, 

Berkshire, . . . 
Montgomery, . 

Orange, 

Escambia, . . . 

Mobile, 

Park, 

St. Louis, .... 
Montgomery,. 
St. Joseph, . . . 
Oneida, 



Jefferson, 
Queens, . 
Belmont, 



Lehigh, 

Suffolk 

Cumberland, . 

Marion, 

Northampton, 



Monroe, ....'. 
Wilkinson, . . . 
Washington, . 
Bryan, 



State. 



Ken. 

N.J. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

In. 

Va. 

Md. 

N.Y. 

Al. 

Ken. 

O. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

F. T. 

Al. 

In. 

Mo. 

Pa. 

M. T. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Geo. 

Ken. 

In. 

Ken. 

N.Y. 

O. 

Va. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Mi. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Mi. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

Mo. T 



Kef. 

Li^tters 



Mcintosh, . . . . 
Chippeway, . . . 

Monroe, 

Orleans, 

Franklin, . . . . . 

Franklin, 

Conecuh 

Crawford, . . . . 

Butler, 

Cook, 

Lee, 

Washington, . . 

Franklin, 

Early, 

St Clair, 

Brown, 

Montgomery, . . 
Plaquemines, . . 
McCracken, . . . 

Pope, 

Washington, . . 



Geo. 

M. T. 

II. 

La. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Al. 

M.T. 

Al. 

II. 

Geo. 

N.Y. 

F. T. 

Geo. 

M.T. 

M.T. 

Al. 

La. 

Ken. 

II. 

N.Y. 



Kh 
Tf 

V b 
Rd 
Hh 
Ph 

P& 

Sc 

Gl 
Jh 
Le 

V d 
Td 
Te 
Gp 
Fo 
Gn 
Dh 
Sf 
I d 
•S c 

Nj 

I 1 

Li 

I h 

I h 

Uf 

Mf 

Pi 

Sf 

Vf 

P i 

Do 

Sf 

Jl 

J m 

Co 

Uc 

.Mn 

Do 

Mo 

De 

Dh 

En 

Tb 

Tb 

G o 

Cc 

Ho 

Ge 

Jo 

Uc 

iq 

lo 

Ld 

Gb 

Hn 

Eq 

Ej 
Fi 
Uc 



Popula- 
tion. 



G42 



7;i3 
1,461 



964 



62 

760 

454 

2,851 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



1,699 



4,347 
6,361 



2,820 
1,662 
8,221 



1,989 



3,200 



2,901 



1,816 



498 
82 
539 
336 
618 
91 
199 
423 
796 
50 
395 
390 
404 
260 
1,035 
996 
654 
872 
146 
634 
394 



U. fr. 
Cap. 



570 
237 
291 

176 
291 
136 
1,115 
190 



702 

1,204 
435 
677 
937 
712 
882 
883 

1,162 
518 
524 
988 

1,060 
904 
763 
760 
424 
948 
849 
597 

1,037 
866 

1,278 
847 
792 
416 



79 

23 

56 
160, 

76 i 
1281 
152 
121 
146 

70 
127 
123 j 

34! 
Ill 
227 
189 

82 
133 
109 
142 
100 



37 
263 
122 

76 
217 

51 
138 
101 



60 
170 

5b 
152 

174 
356 

11-; 

31 
217 
223 
223 

145 
230 
118 

47 

73 
207 

71 
511 
113 

75 
309 
192 

39 



52 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



\ 



Fort Mims, 

Fort Mitchell, 

Fort Montgomery, . . . 

Fort Osage, 

Fort Plain, 

Fort Scott, 

Fort Seneca, 

Fort Smith, 

Fort Snelling, 

Fort St. John, 

Fort St. Leon, 

Fort St. Phillip, 

Fort Strother, 

Fort Valley, 

Fort Wayne, 

Fort Williams, , 

Fort Winnebago,. . . , 

Foster, ■ 

FOUNTAIN, 

Four Corners, 

Fowler, 

Fowler, 

Fowlersville, 

Fox 

Fox, 

Foxborough, B 

Foxcroft, 

Framingham, 

.Francestown, ....C 

Franconia, 

Franconia, C 

Frankford, 

Frankford, 

Frankford, 

Frankford, 

Frankford, 

Frankfort, 

Frankfort, 

Frankfort, 

Frankfort, 

FRANKFORT 

Frankfort, 

Frankfort, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

FRANKLIN, 

Franklin, 

FRANKLIN, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

FRANKLIN, 

Franklin, , 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

FRANKLIN, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 



Class. 



tsh. 



tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

borough, . , 

t 

t , 

tsh. and t. , 

t 

t 

Capital, . . 

c. t 

t 



County, . 

t 

County, . 



County,. . . 

t 

tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh , 

County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



County. 



Baldwin, 

Russell, 

Baldwin, .... 

Jackson, 

Montgomery, . 

Decatur, 

Seneca, 

Crawford, .... 



Orleans, 

Jefferson, .... 
Plaquemines, . 

St. Clair 

Crawford, .... 

Allen, 

Talladega, . . . 

Brown, 

Providence, . . 



Rensselaer, . . . 
St. Lawrence, . 
Trumbull, ... 
Livingston, . . 
Clearfield, .... 
Columbiana,. . 

Norfolk, 

Penobscot, . . . 
Middlesex, . . . 
Hillsborough,. 

Grafton, 

Montgoniery, . 

Sussex, 

Beaver, 

Cumberland, . 
Philadelphia, . 

Pike, 

Waldo, 

Herkimer, . . . 
Greenbriai-, ; . 
Hampshire, . . 
Franklin, . . . . 

Clinton, 

Franklin, . . . . 
Hancock, . . . . 
Merrimack, . . 



Franklin, 



Norfolk, 

New London,. 



Cattaraugus,. 
Delaware, . . 

Oneida, 

Bergen, 

Gloucester,. . 
Somerset, . . . 



Adams, . . . 

Allegany, 
Bradford, 



State. 



Al. 

Al. 

Al. 

Mo. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

O. 

A. T. 

M.T. 

La. 

La. 

La. 

Al. 

Geo. 

In. 

Al. 

M.T. 

R. L 

In. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

Mas. 

Me. 

Mas. 

N.H. 

N. H. 

Pa. 
N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Mo. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Va. 

Ken. 

In. 

II. 

Me. 

N.H. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N. 

N. 

N. 

N. 



Kef. 

Letters 



N.J. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 



g 



Y. 
Y. 
Y. 
J. 



Fo 

In 

Fo 

ZA 

Td 

Jp 

Ke 

ZAk 

Ab 

Dd 

Dq 

Eq 

Hm 

Jn 

le 

Hm 

Fc 

We 

Gf 

Ud 

Sb 

Ne 

Qd 

Pe 

Mf 

Wd 

Ya 

Wd 

Wc 

Wb 

Sf 

Te 

Nf 

Qf 

Sf 

Cg 
Zb 

So 

Ni 

Pg 
Jh 

Hf 

Fi 

Zb 

Wc 

Vb 

Vb 

Vd 

Wd 

Ve 

Tb 

Pd 

Sd 

Sd 

Te 

Sg 
Tf 

Qg 
Qg 

Nf 
Re 



Popula- 
tion. 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



490 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



2,672 
7,619 



982 

772 

983 

1,220 

401 

873 

437 

1,303 

1,305 

1,197 

1,210 

1,283 

737 

717 

561 

839 

1,090 

376 



1,447 
629 



437 
919 

1,165 
677 

2,313 

1,541 
447 
998 

1,996 



1,275 
1,633 



2,487 
2,620 



1,682 



382 
1,370 

24,525 
1,129 

29,501 
1,662 
1,196 

11,312 



2,786 



3,449 

1,574 

3,352 

35,037 

1,588 
638 
583 



190 
209 
192 
168 

60 
231 

94 
235 

"e 

7 
80 

139 
75 

141 
81 

"is 



401 

454 
309 
361 
227 
285 
412 
678 
413 
460 
543 
171 
233 
254 
121 
141 
951 
658 
389 
273 
124 
551 
623 
808 
689 
492 



556 



410 
362 



29 

106 

169 

234 

144 

137 

22 

77 

20 

25 

75 

76 

75 

231 

28 

103 

147 

57 

87 

231 

203 

"'so 

102 
91 

18 



70 



31 
33 



324 
342 
373 
240 
150 
188 



279 
93 

106 
74 
54 
22 



85 
236 

248 



37 
214 
137 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Franklin, C. 

Franklin, 



Franklin, 
Franklin, 
Frankliiu, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, C 

FRANKLIN, 

Franklin, 

FRANKLIN, 

Franklin, 

FRANKLIN, 

Franklin, 

FRANKLIN, 

FRANKLIN, 

Franklin, 

FRANKLIN, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, ' . ■ 

FRANKLIN, 

Franklin, 

FRANKLIN, 

Franklin, 

FRANKLIN, 

Franklin, 



Class. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

c. t 

County, . 

c. t 

County, . 

c. t 

County, . 
County, . 
t 



County, , 



t. 



B 



Franklin, 
Franklin, 
Franklin, 
Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, B 

Franklin, 



Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

FRANKLIN, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, , 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, , 

Franklin, 

Franklin, , 

Franklin, 

FRANKLIN, 

FRANKLIN, 

Franklin, 

Franklinton, 

Franklinton, b. 

Franklinton, 

Franklinville, 

Franklinville, 

Frankstown, 



County, . 

c. t 

County, . 

c. t 

County, 

tsh 

tsh. . . . 
tsh 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County,. . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . , . 

County, 

t 

t 



County. 



Fayette, 

Greene, 

Huntingdon, . . 
Lycoming, . . . . 

Venango, 

Westmoreland, 
York 



Pendleton, 



Macon, . . 



Heard, 



Henry, 



Franklin, . . 
St. Mary's, . 



Williamson,. . . 



Simpson, 



t 

c. t 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh. and t. 



Adams, 

Brown, 

Clermont, 

Columbiana, . . 
Coshocton, . . . . 

Franklin, 

Jackson, 

Knox, 

Licking, 

Monroe, 

Portage, 

Richland, 

Ross, 

Stark, 

Warren, 

Wayne, 



Floyd, 

Harrison, . . . . 
Hendricks,. . . 

Henry, 

Johnson, 

Marion, 

3Iontgomery,. 

Owen, 

Putnam, . . . . 

Ripley, 

Washington, . 



Howard, .... 
Franklin, . . . 
Warren, .... 
Washington, 
Cattaraugus, 
Lowndes, . . . 
Huntingdon, 



Slate. 



Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 

N. C. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

F. T. 

Al. 

Al. 

Mi. 

Mi. 

La. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In: 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

O. 

O. 

La. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

Pa. 



Rtf. 

Letters 



f 

Ng 

Pf 

Re 

Oe 

Of 

Qf 

Oh 

Pj 
K k 

Kl 

Im 

iq 

Gl 

lo 

Co 

Co 

Cq 

Hk 

Hk 

Jh 

Hj 

Kg 

Kg 

Kh 

Jh 

Mf 

M f 

Kg 

Lg 

Lf 

Lf 

Mg 

Me 

Lf 

Lg 
Mf 

Jg 
Lf 

lg 

1 h 

Hh 
Hg 
lg 
Hg 

lg 
Hf 

Gg 
Hg 

lg 
I h 

Fi 

Ch 

Bh 

Kg 

Jg 
Dp 
Pd 
Kp 
Pf 



I'ljpula 
tinu. 



1,465 
2,347 



410 

2,168 

1,003 

14,911 



10,665 

'io,io7 



11,078 
4,622 



15,620 



D. Ir. 
Wash. 



204 
22!) 
161 
203 
279 
214 
100 



171 



587 
762 



9,257 

282 

14,741 

1,302 
945 

2,032 

1,219 
485 

1,057 
739 
800 
938 
382 
803 

1,080 
739 
797 

2,269 

1,132 
10,190 



1,081 
329 



4,083 
3,484 



331 

87 



903 



850 



1,149 
1,344 



732 



705 



451 

479 
486 
291 
336 
399 
389 
392 
355 
307 
326 
387 
410 
338 
481 
340 



602 
608 
598 
528 
593 
562 
611 
625 
613 
541 
603 



1,021 
397 
481 

1,150 
324 
829 
172 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

liil 

222 
103 

93 
212 
186 

14 



171 



333 
143 



238 



115 
141 



18 



165 



87 

98 

123 

149 

82 

3 

81 

116 

36 

127 

133 

78 

53 

119 

84 

79 



119 
120 
26 
57 
20 
9 
38 
57 
40 
80 
89 



53 
1 

84 

81 

279 

187 

114 



54 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Frank T'ovvn, 

Frankville, 

Frazeysburg, 

Frederica, 

Frederica, 

Frederick, 

FREDERICK, .... 

Frederick, 

Frederick, 

FREDERICK, .... 

Fredericksburg, 

Fredericksburg, 

Fredericksburg, • . . . . 

Fredericksburg, 

Fredericksburg, 

Frederick Town, . . . . 
Frederick Town, . . . . 

Fredonia, 

Fredonia, a . 

Fredonia, 



Freeburg, 

Freedom, 

Freedom, 

Freedom, 

Freedom, 

Freehold, 

Freehold, 

Freeman, 

Freeport, 

Freeport, 

Freeport, 

Freeport, c. 

Freetown, 

Freetown, 

French Creek, 

French Creek, 

French Creek, 

Frenchtown, 

French Town, 

Frenchtown, 

French Town, 

Freystown, 

Friedensburg, 

Friends' Settlement, . 
Friends' Settlement, . 

Friendship, B. 

Friendship, 

Friendship, 

Friendsville, 

Frog Town, , 

Front Royal, , 

Frostburg, 

Fruitstown, 

Fryeburg, 

Fugit 

Fulton, 

Fulton, 

Fulton, 

Fulton, ^. . . 

Fulton, E 

Fulton, 



Class. 



t 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



c. t 

County, . . . . 

c. t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

c. t 

t 

t 

c. t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and c. t. 

t 

t 

t 

tsh. and t. . , 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

t , 

t 

t 

t. , 

t , 

t 

tsh. and t. . 

t 

t .'.. 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t , 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 



County. 



Northampton, 
Chenango, . . . 
Muskingum, . 

Kent, 

Glynn, 

Montgomery, . 



State. 



Cecil, .... 
Frederick, 



Spotsylvania, . 

Gallatin, 

Washington, . 

Wayne, 

Washington, . 

Knox, 

Madison, . . . . 
Chautauque,. . 

Licking, 

Crawford, . . . . 

Union, 

Waldo, 

Cattaraugus, . 
Baltimore, . . . 

Portage, 

Greene, 

Monmouth, . . 
Somerset, . . . . 
Cumberland, . 
Armstrong, . . 
Harrison, . . . . 

Warren, 

Bristol, 

Cortlandt, . . . 
Chautauque,. . 

Mercer, 

Venango, . . . . 
Bradford, . . . . 

Cecil, 

Monroe 

Monroe, 

York, 

Schuylkill, . . . 
Cattaraugus, . 

Erie, 

Lincoln, 

Allegany, . . . . 
Ann Arundel, 
Susquehanna, . 
Lancaster, . . . 
Frederick, . . . 
Alleghany, . . . 
Columbia, . . . 

Oxford, 

Decatur, . . . . 

Oswego, 

Schoharie, . . . 

Rowan, 

Tipton, 

Hamilton, . . . . 
Fountain, . . . . 



Va. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Del. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Md. 

Md. 

Va. 

Va. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

O. 

Mo. 

N. Y. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Md. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Me. 

Me. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md 

M. T. 

M. T. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Md. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Md. 

Pa. 

Me. 

In. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. C. 

Ten. 

O. 

In. 



Eef. 
Letters 



Si 
Sd 
L f 

Mo 

Sf 

Qg 

Sg 

Qg 
Pg 

Q h 

Jh 

I i 

M f 

Hh 

Lf 

Di 

Od 

Lf 

Hh 

Rf 

Yb 

Pd 

Rg 
Me 

Td 

Tf 

Xb 

Xc 

Of 

Mf 

Jg 
We 

Rd 

Od 

Ne 

Ne 
R e 

Sg 
Ke 
Ke 

Rg 
Rf 

Od 

Od 

Yc 

Pd 

Rh 

Re 

Rg 
P h 

Pg 
Re 

Xb 

Ig 
Re 

Td 

Nk 
Dk 

Jg 
Gff 



Popula- 
tion. 



16 



1,047 

45,789 



4,427 

26,046 

3,308 



24 
86 



161 



1,421 



867 
1,505 



342 

5,481 

724 

2,623 



1,191 



1,909 

1,051 

420 

457 

1,070 



634 
1,502 



1,352 



1,604 
1,089 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



233 
340 
343 
109 
735 
160 

' 99 
43 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

185 

118 

51 

13 

202 

78 

64 
76 



56 
548 
610 
337 
620 
382 
894 
360 
373 
632 
157 
620 
336 

58 
328 
352 
201 
646 
559 
225 
297 
463 
424 
317 
335 
293 
279 
258 

86 
493 
491 

88 
161 
343 
361 
618 
325 

77 
283 
100 

75 
142 
205 
548 
550 
367 
381 
379 
910 
494 
656 



66 

54 

59 

89 

103 

52 

170 

315 

33 

122 

47 

29 

269 

50 

141 

47 

36 

62 

36 

197 

107 

78 

41 

140 

355 

226 

212 

147 

78 

36 

35 

23 

51 

307 

295 

53 

266 

40 

184 

41 

139 

175 

96 

75 

55 

160 

42 

138 

213 

109 

83 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



55 



Names of Places. 



FULTON, 

Fulton, 

Fulton, P. O 

Funk's Town, 

Furnace, P. O 

GADSDEN, 

Gaines, 

Gaineshord', 

Gainesboro', d . 

Gaines X Roads, P. O. 

Gainsville, 

Gainesville, 

Galen, 

Galena, 

Gallatin, 

Gallatin, 

Gallatin, 

GALLATIN, 

GALLATIN, 

GALLIA, 

Gallipolis, 

Galloway, 

Gallupville, 

Galveston, 

Galway, 

Gambler, 

Gardiner, 

Gardiner, 

Garland, 

GARRARD, 

GarrattsvLUe, 

GASCONADE, .... 

Gasconade, 

Gasper, 

Gates, 

GATES, 

Gates, C.H. 

Gayville, , 

GEAUGA, 

Geddesburg, b 

Geneseo, 

Genesee, 

GENESEE, 

Geneva, 

Geneva, 

Geneva, 

Genoa, 

Genoa, 

Georges, D 

Georgesville, 

Georgesville, 

Georgetown, 

Georgetown, 

Georgetown, 
Georgetown, 
Georgetown, 
George Town, 
George Town, 
George Town, 

1 George Town, 
George Town, 



County, . 
c. t 



County, . . . 
tsh. and t.. 
t 



Class. 



tsh 

e. t 

tsh 

0. t 

tsh 

c. t 

c. t 

County, 

County, . . . . 
County, . . . . 
tsh. and c. t 

tsh 

t 

t 



tsh. 
t. ., 
t. .. 



County, . 



County,, 
c. t. . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, 
c. t 



c. t. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. . . 



County. 



Callaway, . . . . . 

Sumpter, 

Washington, . 
Spartanburg, . 



Orleans, ... 
Jackson, . . . , 
Warren, ... 
Boone, .... 
Genesee, . . . 

Hall, 

Wayne, . . . 
Jo. Daviess, 
Columbia,;. . 
Copiah, . . . . 
Sumner, . . . 



Gallia 

Gloucester, . . . 
Schoharie, . . . 
Iberville, . . • . 
Saratoga, . . . 

Knox, 

Kennebeck, . . 
Worcester, . . . 
Penobscot, . . . 



Otsego, . 



County, . . .^ 



tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

County, ... 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 



Gasconade, . 
Preble, . . . . 
Monroe, . . . 



Gates, ... 
Marengo, 



Onondaga, . . . . 
Livingston, . . . 
Allegany, 



Ontario, .... 
Ashtabula, . . 
Jennings, . . . 

Cayuga, 

Delaware, . . 
Fayette, .... 

Yazoo, 

Franklin, . . . 
Lincoln, .... 
Madison, . . . 
Lancaster, . . 
Mercer, .... 
Northumberl'nd 

Kent, 

Sussex, 

Kent, 

Washington, . . 
Culpeper, 



State. 

iT 

Mo. 

S. C. 

Md. 

S. C. 

F. T. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

O. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

II. 

N. Y. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

II. 

O. 

O. 

N.J. 

N.Y. 

La. 

N.Y. 

O. 

Me. 

Mas. 

Me. 

Ken. 

N.Y. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

O. 

N.Y. 

N.C. 

N.C. 

Al. 

O. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

O. 

In. 

N.Y. 

O. 

Pa. 

Mi. 

O. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Del. 

Del. 

Md. 

D. C. 

Va. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Df 
Bh 

Nm 

Qg 

Mk 

Jp 

Pc 

Ij 

Jh 

Pd 

Jl 

Re 

Dd 

Ud 

Do 

Hj 

Ih 

Fi 

Lh 

Lh 

Tg 

Td 

Cp 

Tc 

Lf 

Yb 

Wd 

Ya 

Ji 

Sd 

Ch 

Ch 

Jg 
Qc 

Rj 

Fn 

Me 

Re 

Qd 

Pd 

Pd 

Qd 

Me 

I? 
Rd 

Lf 

Og 
Dn 

Kg 
Yc 
Sd 

Rg 

Ne 

Rf 

Sg 
Sh 

Sg 
Qh 
Qh 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,841 



I). t>. 

Wash. 



U fr. 
Cap. 



4,895 
1,833 



37 



1,934 
3,631 



967 

506 

67 

459 



32 

50 

100 

1:22 



1,588 



9,254 
7,405 
9,733 
1,093 
2,960 



2,710 
220 

3,709 

1,023 
621 

6,674 



392 
652 
472 
517 
359 
626 
349 
990 
364 
1,087 
699 



1,545 

824 

1,631 

7,866 



15,813 



2,675 

219 

52,147 



771 



2,768 

658 

2,426 



39 
1,258 
1,094 



351 



344 
345 

294 



254 

79 

91 

60 

24H 

123 

172 

326 

51 

53 

25 



362 
179 
387 
1,260 
412 
370 
589 
416 
673 



939 

488 
361 

254 
934 



8,441 



330 
348 
585 
308 
392 
169 
1,032 
409 
583 
346 
116 
289 
137 
107 
122 

98 
2 

76 



108 
71 
28 
93 
36 
50 
6 
53 
74 



79 



47 

93 

220 

i4i 

98 



135 
226 
279 



179 

180 
53 

159 
17 

168 
67 
13 
44 

108 
55 

228 

33 

7 

40 

63 

"92 



56 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



George Town, 

GEORGETOWN,. 

Georgetown, 

Georgetown, 

Georgetown, ■ 

Georse Town, 

George Town, 

George Town, . , , . . 

Georgetown, 

Georgia, 



.B. 



German, 
German, 
German, 
German, 
German, 
German, 
German, 
German, 

German Flats, 

Germanton, 

Germanton, 

Germantown, B 

Germantown, 

Germantown, C 

Germantown, 

German Town, .... 
German Town, . . . 
German Town, .... 
German Town, 

Germany, 

Germany, ..... 

Gerry, 

Gettysburg, 

Ghent, 

Ghent, 

Gholsonville, 

Gibbonsonville, 

Gibraltar, 

Gibson, ., 

Gibson, 

GIBSON, 

GIBSON, 

Gibson, 

GideonviUe, 

Gilbertsville, 

Gilboa, 

Gilead, 

Gilead, 

GILES, 

GILES, 

Gilford, 

Gill, A. 

Gill, 

Gillesonville, 

Gilmanton, 

GILMER, 

Gilsum, A. 

Glasco, 

GLADWIN, 

Glasgow, 

Glastonburg, 



Class. 



District, 
c. t. . . . . 
t 



t. .. 
c.t. 



c. t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



c. t. 

tsh. 
t. ., 



tsh. 
t. .. 



t. 



tsh 

t 

tsh 

borough, , 

tsh , 

t , 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 

tsh 

t 



c. t 

County, . 
County, . 
c. t 



t. .. 
tsh. 



c. t 

County, . 

tsh 

t 



County, . 

c. t 

t 



County. 



Shenandoah, . , 

Georgetown, . ■ 

Warren, 

Simpson, .... 

Scott, 

Brown, 

Harrison, .... 
Vermillion,. . . 
Franklin, .... 
Chenango, . . . 

Fayette, 

Clark, 

Dark, 

Harrison, .... 

Holmes, 

Montgomery,. 
Bartholomew, 
Herkimer, . . . 

Hyde, 

Stokes, 

Columbia, . . . 

Fayette, 

Philadelphia, . 
Philadelphia, . 
Franklin, .... 
Bracken, .... 
Montgomery, . 

Wayne, 

Adams, 

Somerset, .... 
Chautauque, . . 

Adams, 

Columbia,. . . . 

Gallatin, 

Brunswick, . . 

Albany, 

Iowa, 

Clearfield,. . . . 
Susquehanna,. 



State. 



Washington, 
Bedford, .... 

Otsego, 

Schoharie, . . 

Oxford, 

Calhovm,. . . . 



Strafford, . . . 
Franklin, . . 
Sullivan,. . . , 
Beaufort, . . , 
Strafford, . . . 



Cheshire, . . . 
Ulster, 



Barren, 

Bennington, . 



Va. 

S. C. 

S. C. 

Geo. 

Mi. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

II. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

0. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

N. Y. 

N. C. 

N.C. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

M. T. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

In. 

In. 

Ten. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

II. 

Va. 

Ten. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

In. 

S. C. 

N. H. 

Geo. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

M. T. 



Ken. 

Vt. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Ph 
O m 
On 
L m 
Do 
Jh 
Kh 
Mf 

Gg 

Ub 

Sd 

Og 

Kg 

Jf 

Mf 

Mf 

Jg 
Ig 

Sd 
Rk 

Nj 
Ud 

Og 

Sf 

Sf 

01 

Kh 

Jg 

Ig 

Qg 
Pf 

Od 

Qg 

Ud 
Ih 

Qj 

Ud 

Dd 

Pe 

Se 

Ek 

Gh 

Ih 

Hk 

Sd 

Td 

Xb 

Dg 

Ni 

Gk 
Wc 
Vd 

Gg 

Mn 

Wc 

Jl 

Vc 

Ud 

Jo 

li 

Ud 



Popula 
tion. 



19,943 



1,334 

325 

93 



1,897 
884 

2,408 

1,410 
602 

1,618 
956 

2,897 



2,466 



967 



4,634 



118 



1,517 



1,110 
1,473 

2,783 



405 
1,081 
5,801 
5,418 



377 



5,274 

18,703 

1,870 

864 



316 



642 



619 
59 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



Ill 



482 
631 

2,008 
534 
480 
287 
705 
535 
334 
209 
444 
509 
276 
329 
48 
604 
390 
356 
355 
335 
209 
142 
142 
258 
491 
487 
519 
77 
145 
346 
76 
355 
557 
19 
380 

1,012 
233 
283 



601 
704 
338 
373 
585 
907 



504 

408 
685 
613 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



441 

320 



661 
423 



161 



134 
34 
53 
17 

104 

132 

136 

58 

130 

200 

48 

311 

132 

91 

90 

33 

82 

176 

127 

39 

202 

104 

104 

180 

72 

90 

67 

40 

123 

326 

34 

26 

63 

75 

4 

226 

184 



80 
63 
92 
48 
71 
126 



30 

86 

112 

146 



500 26 



54 
51 



126 
111 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



u 



Names of Places. 



Class. 



Glastonbury, 

Glassborough, 

Glavis, 

Glen, 

Glen's Falls, 

Glenville, 

Gloucester, 

Gloucester, 

GLOUCESTER,.. 

Gloucester, 

Gloucester, 

GLOUCESTER,.. 
Gloucester, C.H. . . . 

Gloucester, 

Gloucestertown, . .A 

Glover, 

GLYNN, 

Gnadenhutten, 

GofFstown, 

Golconda, 

GOOCHLAND, . . . 

Goochland, 

Good Hope, 

Goodluck, 

Good Spring, 

Gordonsville, 

Gorham, 

Gorham, 

Goshen, 

Goshen, 

Goshen, 

Goshen, 

Goshen, 

Goshen, 

Goshen, East, 
Goshen, West, 

Goshen, 

Goshen, 

Goshen, 

Goshen, 

Goshen, 

Goshen, 

Goshen, 

Goshen, 

Goshen Gore, 

Gosport, 

Gouldsborough, 

Govan's Town, 

Governeur, 

Gowensville, 

Graceham Town,. . . . 

GRAFTON, 

Grafton, 

Grafton, 

Grafton, 

Grafton, 

Grafton, 

Graham, 

Grahams' Bridge, P.O. 

Graham Town, 

GRAINGER, 



t .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t .. 
t. .. 



County, . 
tsh 



.G. 
.U. 



t. 



County, . . . . 
c. t 

t ; 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . . 

t 

tsh. and t. . . 

c. t 

County, . . . . 

c. t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh. and c. t. 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



.BC. 



tsh. and t. 

t 

t 



County, . 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 



County. 



Hartford, 

Gloucester, . . . , 

Stark, 

Montgomery, . . 

Warren, , 

Schenectady, . 

Essex, , 

Providence, . . 



Gloucester, . . . 
Gloucester, . . . 



Gloucester, . . , 
Gloucester, . . . 
Gloucester, . . . 
Orleans, 



Tuscarawas, . 
Hillsborough, . 
Pope, 



Goochland, . . . 
Hocking, . . . . 
Monmouth, . . 
Williamson, . 

Orange, 

Cumberland, . 

Ontario, 

Sullivan, . . . . 

Addison, 

Hampshire, . . 
Litchfield, . . . 

Orange, 

Cape May, . . . 

Chester, 

Chester, 

Granville, . . . . 

Lincoln, 

Belmont, . . . . 
Champaign, . . 
Clermont, . . . 
Columbiana,. . 
Tuscarawas, . 

Elkhart, 

Caledonia, . . . 
Rockingham, 
Hancock, . . . . 
Baltimore, . . . 
St. Lawrence, . 
Grenville, . . . 
Frederick, . . . 



County, . 



Grafton, . . . 
Windham, . 
Worcester, . 
Rensselaer,. 
Greene, . . . 
Jefferson, . . 
Richmond, . 
Beaufort, . . 



State. 



Ct. 

N.J. 

O. 

xN. y. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 

Mas, 

R. L 

N.J. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

N.J. 

Vt. 

Geo. 

O. 

N. H. 

II. 

Va. 

Va. 

O. 

N.J. 

Ten. 

Va. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

Geo. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

Vt. 

N. H. 

Me. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

S. C. 

Md. 

N. H. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

II. 

In. 

N.C. 

S.C. 

Ten. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Ve 

^g 

Mf 

Td 

Uc 

Ud 

Xd 

We 

Tg 

Sg 

Tg 

Ri 

Ri 

Ri 

Sg 

Vb 

Mo 

Mf 

Wc 

Fi 

Qi 

Qi 

Tg 
Hj 
P h 
Xc 
Qd 

V 

V c 

V d 
Ue 
Te 

Tg 

Sf 

Sg 

Pj 
L n^ 

M f 

Kf 

Jg 
Nf 
Mf 
le 

Vb 
Xd 

AZ1 

Rg 

Sb 
Lk 

Qg 

Wc 

Wc 

Vc 

W d 

Ud 

Dh 

Hg 

Ok 

Mn 

Kj 



Popula 

tion. 



2,980 



11 
2,451 



2,497 
7,510 
2,522 
28,431 
2,332 



10,608 



686 
902 

4,567 
49 

2,208 



D. fr. 
Wash 



D. fr. 

Cap. 



335 
155 
305 
413 
4,130 
405 
462 
393 



10,369 
"323 



2,988 

2,981 

772 

555 

617 

1,734 

3,361 



752 
799 



1,98 

1,100 

1,033 

1,317 

1,058 



200 
103 

880 



1,430 



38,632 
1,207 
1,439 

1,889 
1,681 



10,066 



151 
134 



166 
174 
134 
563 



325 
463 
791 



127 
373 
213 

726 
102 
535 
338 
465 
487 
388 
330 
266 
198 
119 
123 
259 
564 
286 
433 
470 
294 
310 
605 



495 
697 

43 
448 
503 

71 



509 
452 
402 
397 
862 
590 
380 
623 



6 
49 
126 
44 
53 
29 
30 
15 



47 
34 



82 
72 
34 
40 



108 

16 

160 



28 

44 

7( 

12 

70 

63 

187 

35 

42 

103 

32 

105 

101 

79 

83 

59 

94 

119 

39 

93 

155 

107 

185 



55 
99 
35 

ISO 

139 

80 



36 
94 
36 
20 
81 
82 
104 
157 



58 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Granby, 

Granby, 

Granby, 

Granby, 

Granby, 

Grand, 

Grande, 

GRAND ISLE, .... 

Grand Niagara, 

Grand Prairie, 

Grand View, 

Granger, 

GRANT, 

Grant, 

GRANT, 

Grant to Hampden,. C 
Grant to Westford, . D 

Grantsboro', 

Granville, 

Granville, 

Granville, 

GRANVILLE, 

Granville, 

Grapeville, 

Grass, 

Grass Fork, 

Gratiot, b . 

Gratiot, a. 

GRATIOT, 

Gratiot's Grove, 

Gratis, 

Gratztovvn, 

GRAVES, 

Gravesend, E. 

Gravesville, 

Gray, 

GRAYSON, 

GRAYSON, 

Grayson, 

Great Barrington, . . . 

Great Bend, 

Great Bridge, 

Great Mills, 

Great Valley, 

Greece, 

Green, A. 

Green, 



Green, 

Green, 

Green, 

Green, 

Green, 

Green, 

Green, 

GREENE, 

Green, 

Green, 

Green, 

Green, 

Green, 

Green, 



Class. 



tsh. and t. 
t 



tsh 

t 

County, . 
t 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . 

tsh 

County, . . . 
Academy, . 
Academy,, 
t 



t. 



tsh. and t. 
t 



County, . . 
tsh. and t. 
t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. ., 



Coimty, . 



tsh 

t 

County, . 

tsh 

t 



County, . 
County,. 

tsh 

t 



tsh. and t. 

t 

t 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, , 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



County. 



Essex, 

Hampshire, . 
Hartford, . . . 

Oswego, 

Lexington, . . , 
Marion, .... 
Crittenden, . . , 



Niagara, 

Marion, 

Washington, . . 
Medina, 



Iowa, 



Washington, . 
Washington, . 
Campbell, .... 
Hampden, . . . 
Washington, . 
Monongalia,. . 



Licking, 

Westmoreland, 

Spencer, 

Jackson, 

Licking, 

Muskingum, . . 



Jo. Daviess, 

Preble, 

Dauphin, . . , 



Kings, 

Knox, 

Cumberland, 



Shelby 

Berkshire, . . . 
Susquehanna,. 

Norfolk, 

St. Mary's,... 
Cattaraugus, . 

Monroe, 

Sussex, 

Beaver, 

Franklin, . . . . 

Adams, 

Clark, 

Clinton, 

Columbiana,. . 

Fayette, 

Gallia, 



Hamilton, 
Harrison, . 
Hocking, . 
Monroe, . . 
Richland, . 
Ross, 



State. 



Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 
S. C. 

o. 

A. T. 

Vt. 
N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

Ken. 

M.T. 

In. 

Me. 

Me. 

Ten. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

N. C. 

O. 

Pa. 

In. 

In. 

O. 

O. 

M.T. 

II. 

O. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

Me. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

0. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O, 



Ref. 
Letters 



Wb 

V d 

Ve 

R c 

Mm 

Kf 

Dk 

Ub 

Oc 

Kf 

Mg 

Me 

J h 

Dd 

If 

AZa 

AZa 

Kj 
Vd 
Uc 
Og 

Pj 
Lf 

Of 

Gh 

Ih! 

Lf 

Lf 

Jc 

E d 

Jg 
Rf 

Fj 
Uf 

Kj 
Xc 

Nj 
Hi 

Jf 
Ud 

Se 

Rj 

Rh 
Pd 
Qe 
Tf 
Qg 

Qg 
Kh 

Kg 
Kg 

Nf 

Kg 
Lh 

Kg 

Jg 
Mf 

Lg 
Mg 
Lf 
Lg 



Popula- 
tion. 



97 
1,064 
2,722 
1,423 



317 



3,696 



432 

509 

676 

11,871 



69 
52 



1,649 

3,881 



19,355 
1,784 



597 



82 
19 



1,772 



2,986 
565 



1,375 

7,675 

2,504 

590 

2,264 

797 



647 
2,571 

801 
1,798 
2,554 

807 

846 
1,119 
1,529 
1,117 

962 

14,801 

1,985 

1,871 

537 

443 
1,097 
1,731 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



570 
376 
345 
366 
500 
440 
932 



398 
421 

288 
348 



1,028 



543 
355 
440 
217 



368 
196 
692 
604 
346 
345 

'972 
490 
151 



227 
502 
560 



493 
349 
285 
229 

75 
321 
367 
222 
258 

91 
449 
437 
453 
296 
420 
367 



504 
280 
363 
288 
364 
404 



D. fr 
Cap. 

70 
83 
16 

158 

1 

74 

141 



298 

52 

122 

121 



209 
94 
63 

295 



28 
174 
152 
77 
41 
50 

'308 
94 

38 



159 
213 

44 



97 
135 
177 
126 

94 
299 
225 

69 
241 

39 
106 

43 

71 
156 

55 
103 



119 

125 

54 

146 

72 

38 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



53 



Names of Place?. 



Green, 

Green, 

Green, 

Green, 

Green, 

Green, 

Green, 

Green, ■ 

Green, 

Green, 

Green, 

Green Bay, 

GREENBRIER, . . 

Greenbush, , 

Green Camp, 

Grecncastle, 

Greencastle, c. 

Greencastle, 

Greencastle, A. 

Green Corner, 

Green Creek, 

Greene, 

Greene, 

GREENE, 

GREENE, 



Class. 



Greene, 

Greene, 

GREENE, 

GREENE, 

GREENE, 

GREENE, 

GREENE, 

GREENE, 

GREENE, 

Greene, 

GREENE, 

Greenfield, 

Greenfield, 

Greenfield, 

Greenfield, 

Greenfield, 

Greenfield, 

Greenfield, 

Greenfield, 

Greenfield, 

Greenfield, 

Greenfield, 

Greenfield, 

Greenfield, , 

Greenfield, 

Greenland, , 

Greenleesville, P. O. . 

Greenock, 

Green River, a. 

Greensboro', 

Greensboro', 

Greensboro', 

Greensboro' 

Greensboro^ 

Greensboro', 

Greensboro', 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 
tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 

t 

c. t 

tsh 

t 



tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. 
County, . . 
County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

Ccunty, . . 
County, . . 
County, . . 
County,. . 
County, . . 
County, . . 
County, . . 

tsh 

County, . . 



c. t 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsL 
t .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
c. t. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



c.t 
t .. 
t .. 
L .. 



c t 
c. t 
t .. 
tsh. 



County. 



bcioto, . . . 
Shelby,. . . 

Stark, 

Stark, 

Trumbull, 
Wayne, . . 
St. Joseph, 
Hancock, . 
Madison, . 
Morgan, . . 
Wayne, . . 
Brown, . . . 



Rensselaer, 
Marion, . . . 
Franklin, . . 
Fairfield, . . 
Putnam,. . . 
Putnam, . . . , 
Monroe, . . . , 
Sandusky, . . 
Kennebeck, , 
Chenango, . 



Greene, , 
Indiana, . 



Parke, 



Hillsborough, . 

Franklin, 

Saratoga, 

Bedford, 

Erie, 

Luzerne, 

Schuylkill, . . . . 

Fairfield, 

Gallia, 

Highland, . . . . 

Pluron, 

Hancock, 

La Grange, . . . 

Orange, 

Rockingham,. . 
Buncomb, . . . . 
Crittenden, . . . . 
Columbia, . . . . 

Orleans, 

Caroline, ... . 
Mecklenburg, . 

Guilford, 

Greene, 

Greene, 

Henry, 



State. 



O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

M. T. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

M. T. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Pa. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

N. H. 

N.C. 

A.T. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

Md. 

Va. 

N.C. 

Geo. 

Al. 

In. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Lh 
Jf 
Mf 
Mf 

Ne 

Id 

Ig 
If 

Hg 

Jg 

Gb 

Ni 

Ud 

Kf 

Qg 

Lg 

Hg 

Hg 

Qc 

Ke 

Xb 

Sd 

Td 

Ng 

Pf 
Qk 
K m 
Fn 
Fo 

Lj 
li 

Gg 
Gg 
Dg 
W d 
Vd 
c 
f 
d 



e 

f 

g 
h 



U 
P 

N 
S 
R 
L 
L 

Kg 
Le 

Ig 
le 

Hh 

Xc 

Lk 

Dk 

Ud 

Vb 

Sg 

Pj 

Oj 

Km 

Gn 

Ig 



Popula- 
tion. 



953 

402 

1,011 

85 

299 

1,057 



1,438 



9,006 

3,216 

260 



444 

1,324 

2,962 

29,525 

18,025 

752 

1,130 

6,413 

12,549 

15,026 

1,854 

14,410 

3,880 

4j242 



7,674 
944 
1,540 
3,144 
1,455 
654 
1,310 



D. fr. 
Wash 



1,751 
416 
399 
525 
133 



680 



784 



407 
477 
329 
327 
311 
347 
639 
548 
572 
59b 
520 
1,037 



373 
418 
77 
382 
614 
614 
360 
434 
582 
310 



218 
181 



620 



455 
396 
41 
136 
34b 
248 
170 
367 
369 
•126 
399 
522 
621 
633 
486 
479 
936 
354 
553 
90 
219 
315 
628 
883 
530 



D.fr. 
Cap. 

Too 

81 

116 

122 

171 

92 

144 

20 

22 

23 

81 

511 



1 

47 

59 

18 

42 

42 

231 

111 

22 

126 



211 
148 



47 



42 

95 

40 

144 

287 

140 

67 

23 

92 
67 

1021 
21 I 

203 I 
98 
401 

217 

1681 
33 
3(1: 
53! 

lOt; 
85 
44 
43 
56 



60 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Class. 



Greensburg, A 

Greensburg, 

Greensburg, 

Grreensburg, 

Greensburg, a 

Greensburg, 

Green's Fork, 

"Greensville, 

GREENSVILLE,. 
Green Tree, P. O. . . 

GREENUP, 

Greenupsburg, 

Green Village, 

Greenville, 

Greenville, 

Greenville, 

Greenville, 

Greenville, 

GREENVILLE, . . . 

Greenville, 

Greenville, 

Greenville, 

Greenville, , . . 

Greenville, 

Greenville Coll'e. P.O 
Greenville, 



Greenville, 

Greenville, 

Greenville, 

Greenville, 

Greenway, 

Greenwich, 

Greenwich, East, . . . . 
Greenwich, West, . . . 

Greenwich, 

Greenwich, A . 

Greenwich, 

Greenwich, 

Greenwich, 

Greenwich, F. 

Greenwich, 

Greenwood, 

Greenwood, 

Greenwood, 

Greenwood, B . 

Greenwood, B. 

Greenwood A. 

Grecrsburg, 

Gregg, A. 

Gregg, 

Griggstown, 

Grindstone Ford, . . . . 

Griswold, 

Groton, 



Groton, 

Groton, 

Groton, 

Groton, 

Grove, 

Groveland, . . . . 
GUERNSEY,. 



tsh. 
t. .. 



c, t. 



c.t. 



tsh 

c. t 

County, . 



County, . 



c.t. 

t. .. 



tsh. and t. 

t 

tsh 



c. t 

District, 
c. t 



c.t. 
c.t. 
t. .. 
c.t. 



c. t 

tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

c. t 



c. t. 



t. 



c.t. 



t. 



tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 



t. 



t. 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 



County. 



West Chester, . 

Greene, 

Westmoreland, 

Greene, 

Richland, 

Decatur, 

Randolph, 

Grayson, 



Stewart, 



Greenup, . 
Franklin, , 
Greene, . . , 
Mercer, . . 
Somerset, 
Augusta, 
Pitt, 



Greenville, . . . 
Merriweather, 

Butler, 

Jefferson, . . . . 

Greene, 

Greene, 

Muhlenburg, . 

Dark, 

Floyd, 

Bond, 

Wayne, 

Nelson, 

Hampshire, . . 

Kent, 

Kent, 

Fairfield, .... 
Washington, . 
Cumberland, . 
Gloucester, . . . 

Warren, 

Berks, 

Huron, 

Oxford, 

Steuben, 

Columbia, .... 
Crawford, .... 

Juniatta, 

Perry, 

Beaver, 

Centre, 

Morgan, 

Somerset, .... 
Claiborne, . . . . . 
New London,. , 

Grafton, , 

Caledonia, . . . , 
Middlesex, . . . , 
New London,. , 
Tompkins, . . . , 

Allegany, 

Livingston, . . . 



State. 



N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

Va. 

Va. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N. C. 

s. c. 

s. c. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

Va. 

Mas. 

R.L 

R. I. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

O. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

In. 

N.J. 

Mi. 

Ct 

N.H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

O 



Ref. 
Letters 



Ue 

Og 
Of 
li 
Lf 

Ig 
Jf 

^j 

Lh 
Lh 

Qg 

Td 

Ne 

Pg 
Oi 

Qk 

LI 

LI 

J m 

Ho 

Co 

Lj 

Lj 
Gi 

Jf 

Hg 
Eh 
Di 
Pi 

Vd 

We 

We 

Ue 

Uc 

Sg 

Sg 

Sf 

Sf 

L e 

Xb 

Qd 

Re 



N 
Q 
Q 

N 

Q 

Hg 

Tf 

Cn 

We 

Wc 

Vb 

Wd 

Ve 

Rd 

Pd 

Qd 

Mf 



Popula' 
tion. 



2,195 



810 

669 

19 



966 
7,117 



13,138 

204 



2,566 
539 



16,476 



217 

1,057 



813 
1,591 
1,818 
3,804 
3,897 

912 
2,657 
4,486 
1,407 

416 

695 

89S 
1,110 

632 
2,070 

967 



1,563 



2,212 

687 

836 

1,925 

4,801 

3,597 

1,388 

1,703 

18,036 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



252 
217 
192 
625 
390 
559 
513 
354 



774 



428 
95 
356 
281 
153 
175 
277 



507 
753 
903 

1,121 
454 
457 
715 
501 
602 
801 
908 
170 
392 
406 
402 
25 
412 
195 
150 
194 
159 
384 
.587 
309 
205 
296 
143 
136 
263 
191 
613 
184 

1,095 
372 
516 
526 
429 
355 
308 
338 
338 



D. fr. 

Cap. 



125 

199 

170 

90 

71 

55 

101 

276 



94 



132 

43 

51 

244 

139 

133 

97 



111 
111 
143 

87 

273 

276 

177 

103 

109 

20 

210 

126 

69 

15 

19 

75 

35 

81 

44 

54 

64 

105 

58 

51 

96 

236 

36 

29 

241 

84 

29 

18 

61 

48 

49 

33 

30 

43 

160 

257 

237 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



61 



Names of Places. 



Guilderland, 

GUILDFORD 

Guildhall, 

j Guilford, 

Guilford, 

Guilford, 

j Guilford, 

I Guilford, 

I Guilford, 

I Guilford, 

I Guineatown, 

Gunpowder, 

I Gustavus, 

Guyan, 

Guyandott, T. 

Guys, 

GWINNETT, 

Gwynedd, D . 

HABERSHAM,].... 

Hackensack 

Hackensack, ........ 

Hacketstown, 

Haddam, 

Haddan, 

Haddonfield, 

Hadensville, 

Hadley, C. 

Hadley, 

Hadlock, 

Hager's Town, 

Hager's Town, 

Hague, 

Haight, 

Haines, 

Hairstonville, 

Halfmoon, A. 

Halfmoon, 

Halfway, 

Halifax, 

Halifax, C. 

Halifax 

HALIFAX, 

HALIFAX, 

Halifax, 

Halifax, C.H. 

HALL, 

Hall 

Hallam, 

Hallowell 

Hallsboro', 

HallsviUe 

Hamburg, 

Hamburg, 

Hamburg, 

Hamburg, 

Hamburg, 

Hamburg, 

Hamden, 

Hamden, 

Hamilton, 

HAMILTON, 



tsh 

tsb 

t 

t 

County, . 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

c t . • . . 

t 

t 



tsh. 
t. .. 



t. 



tsh. 
t .. 
c. t. 



.C, 



Class. 



tsh 

County, . 

c. t 

t 



t .. 
t .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 



t, 

tsh. and t. , 
County, . . . 
County,. . , 
c. t 



c. t 

County,. 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

L 



t. .. 
tsh. 



tsh 

t 

County, . 



County. 



Albany, 



State. 



Essex, 

Penobscot, . . 
Windham, . . 
New Haven,. 
Chenango, . . 
Franklin, . . . 
Medina, . . . . 
Hendricks, . . 
Delaware. . . . 
Baltimore, . . 
Trumbull, .. 

Gallia 

Cabell, . . . . 
Cattaraugus,. 



Montgomery,. 



Bergen, 

Bergen, 

Warren, 

Middlesex, . . . 

Sullivan, 

Gloucester,. . . 

Todd, 

Hampshire, . . 
Saratoga, . . . . 
Northampton, 
Wasliington, . 
Tuscarawas,. . 

Warren, 

Allegany, .... 

Centre, 

Halifax, 

Saratoga, . . . . 

Centre, 

Burlington, . . 
Windham, . . . 
Plymouth, . . . 
Dauphin, . . . 



Halifax, 
Halifax, 



Dubois, 

York, 

Kennebeck, . 
Chesterfield, . 

Duplin, 

Dutchess,. . . 

Erie, 

Berks, 

Edgefield, . . . 
Calhoun,. . . . 

Union, 

New Haven, 
Delaware, . . 
Essex, 



N. Y. 
N. C. 

Vt 

Me. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

Md. 

O. 

O. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Ct. 

In. 

N.J. 

Ken. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Md. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N.C. 

N.C. 

Va. 

Geo. 

In. 

Pa. 

Me. 

Va. 

N.C. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

S. C. 

II. 

II. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 



Ref. 
Lrttprs 



Ud 

Oj 

W b 

Ya 

Vd 

Ve 

Sd 

Qg 

Me 

Hg 

Sf 

Rg 

Ne 

Lh 

Lh 

Od 

J m 

Sf 

Kl 

Tf 



Tf 
T f 
Ve 
Gg 

SfT 

Gj 
Vd 
Uc 

Si 

Qg 

Mf 
Uc 
Pd 
Qf 

Pj 

Ud 



f 

g 
d 

d 

f 



P 
T 
V 
X 
R 
Pj 

Q.i 
Qj 
Pj 

K 1 

Hh 

Rf 

Yb 

Qi 

Ql 

Ue 

Pd 

Rf 

M m 

Dg 

Ei 

Ve 

Sd 
Xd 
Tc 



Popula- 
tion. 



274 

18,737 

481 

655 

1,760 

2,334 

2,636 

2,875 

625 



841 
329 



13,289 
1,402 

10,671 
2,200 



3,024 



1,686 

829 



102 

721 

655 

1,845 



2,042 
1,092 



1,152 
708 

1,772 
28,034 
17,739 



11,748 
371 

1,876 
3,961 



3,351 



3,397 
1,230 

748 
1,325 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



385 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

"9 



564 
672 
413 

3r 

331 
84 
352 
583 
143 
53 
319 



404 
344 



157 



229 
229 
215 
335 
673 
144 
728 
379 
433 
211 
68 
296 
467 
339 
196 
205 
395 
178 
176 
414 
434 
131 



216 
220 



650 
99 
593 
139 
364 
293 
364 
156 
580 
916 
840 
306 
.338 
455 



78 
71 

124 
50 

105 
46 

103 
13 
88 
45 

179 



352 

307 



96 



63 
63 

59 1 

25 
122 

36 
128 

88 

56 
197 
101 
124 

90 
268 

88 
114 

18 
101 

32 
130 

29 

17 



86 
130 



130 

29 
2, 

17 
128 

83 
281 

56 

78 
136 
164 

29 

85 

23 



62 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, C. 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, C. 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

HAMILTON, 

Hamilton, 

HAMILTON, 

HAMILTON, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

HAMILTON, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, 

HAMILTON, 

Hamilton Ban, 

Hamilton's, P. O 

Hamiltonville, 

Hammond, 

Hammond, 

Hammsville, 

Hampden, 

HAMPDEN, 

Hampden, 

HAMPSHIRE, 

HAMPSHIRE, 

Hampstead, D. 

Hampstead, 

Hampstead, 

Hampton, 



Hampton, 
Hampton, 
Hampton, 

Hampton, 

Hamptonburg, . . , 
Hampton Falls, . . 
Hampton, East,. . 
Hampton, West, . 
Hamptonville, . . . . 

Hamtramck, 

HANCOCK, 

Hancock, 

Hancock 

Hancock, 

Hancock, 

Hancock, 

HANCOCK, 

HANCOCK, 

HANCOCK, 

HANCOCK, 

HANCOCK, 

HANCOCK, 

Hancock Town,. . . 
Hancockville, P. O 
Hannas Town,. . . . 

Hannibal, 

Hannibal, 



B. 
D. 



Class. 



tsh. and t. . 
tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

c. t 

Coimty, . . , 

c. t 

County, . . . 
County,. .. 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . 

tsh 

tsh , 

Coimty, . . , 
tsh 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 

t 

County, . . 

tsh 

County, . . 
County, . . 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

County, . . 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

County, . . 
County, . . 
County, . . 
County,. . 
County, . . 
County, . . 
t 



t. .. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



County. 



Madison, .... 
Gloucester, . . . 

Adams, 

Franklin, .... 
Northampton, 

Martin, 

Harris, 



Monroe, 



Butler, . . 
Frankhn, 
Jackson, . 
Warren, . 



Jackson, . 
Sullivan, . 



Adams, 

Washitta, 

Mifflin, 

St, Lawrence, . . 

Spencer, 

Kent, 

Penobscot, . . . . 



Geauga, 



Rockingham,. 
Baltimore, . . . 
King George,. . 
Rockingham,. 
Windham, . . . 

Oneida, 

Washington, . 
Elizabeth City, 

Orange, 

Rockingham, . 
Hampshire, . . 
Hampshire, . . 

Surry, 

Wayne, 



State. 



Hancock, 

Hillsborough,. . 

Addison, 

Berkshire, . . . . 
Delaware, 



Wasliington, . . 

Union, 

Westmoreland, 

Oswego, 

Marion, 



N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

F. T. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

O. 

O. 

o. 
o. 

0. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

Pa. 

La. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

In. 

Del. 

Me. 

Mas. 

O. 

Mas. 

Va. 

N.H. 

Md. 

Va. 

N.H. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

N.H. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

N.C. 

M.T. 

Me. 

Me. 

N.H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

Mi. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

II. 

Md. 

S. C. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Mo. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Sd 
Tg 
Rg 

Qg 

Sf 
Qk 
Jn 
Kp 
Fm 
k 
Jg 
Jg 
Kg 
Lh 

Jg 
f 

Hh 

Gg 
Fh 

Qg 

Bn 
Qf 
Sb 
Hh 

Sg 

Zb 

Vd 

Me 

Vd 

Pg 
Wd 

Rg 
Oh 

Xd 

Ve 

Sc 

Uc 

Ri! 

Te 

Xd 

Vd 

Vd 

Nj 

Ld 

Zb 

Zb 

W d 

Vc 

Ud 

Se 

Km 

Ep 

Hi 

Ke 

Ig 

Cf 

Pg 
Ml 
Of 
R c 
Cg 



Popula- 
tion. 



3,220 
1,424 
1,049 
1,461 



553 



2,276 
52,317 
1,079 
1,372 
186 
1,666 
1,757 



2,616 
1,379 



767 
540 



2,020 
31,639 

530 
30,254 
11,279 

913 



1,102 
1,101 



1,069 



1,365 
583 
745 
918 



24,336 

653 
1,217 

472 
1,052 

766 

11,820 

1,962 

1,515 

813 
1,436 

483 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



1,794 



355 

182 
83 
88 
206 
258 
776 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

96 
72 
35 
51 

117 
96 

134 



916 



488 
389 
392 
465 



608 
618 



84 
1,248 
136 
447 
678 
119 
652 



327 



464 
64 
86 
476 
367 
390 
449 
199 
231 
474 
371 
384 
379 
539 



683 
449 
492 
373 
301 



92 
457 
190 
375 
971 



150 



101 

7 
87 



63 
103 



42 

348 

78 

180 

152 

5 

60 



170 



30 
56 
96 
51 
36 

107 
73 
96 

100 
53 
88 
99 

151 
13 



85 

43 

37 

140 

129 



125 
103 
168 
168 
177 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



63 



Names of Places. 



C.H.. 



Hannibal vllle, 

Hanover, 

Hanover, 

Hanover, 

Hanover, 

Hanover, A. 

Hanover, 

Hanover, A . 

Hanover, 

Hanover, G. 

Hanover, 

Hanover, 

HANOVER, 

Hanover, 

Hanover, 

Hanover, 

Hanover, 

Hanover, 

Hanover, 
Hanover, 

Hanover, New, 

Hanover Town, .... 

Hanson, B 

Harbcrson, 

Harbor Creek, 

HARDIMAN, 

HARDIN, 

HARDIN, 

HARDIN, 

Hardin, 

Hardinshurg, 

Hardinsburg, 

Hardinsville, 

Hardiston, 

Hardscrabble, 

Hardvvick, 

Hardwick, A 

Hardwick, 

Hardwick, 

HARDY, 

Hardy, 

Harford, 

HARFORD 

Harford, 

HARLAN, 

Harlandsburg, 

Harleesville, 

Harlem, 

Harlow, 

Harman'sGap, 

Harmonsville, 

Harmony, 



Harmony, 

Harmony, 

Harmony, 

Harmony, 

Harmony, 

Harmony, 

HarmonyMisa Station, 

Harper's Ferry, 

Harpcrsfield, 



Class. 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

borough, . 
County, . . 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t... 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
c. t 



t. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



County, . 



tsh. 
t. ., 



t. 



t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 



tsh. and t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 



County. 



Oswego, 

Grafton, 

Plymouth, . . . 
Chautauquc,. . 
Burlington, . . 

Morris, 

Beaver, 

Lehigh, ... . 

Luzerne, 

Northampton, 
Washington, . 
York 



Butler, 

Columbiana, . 
Harrison, . . . . 

Licking, 

Richland, . . . . 

Shelby, 

Hanover, . . . . 
Montgomery,. 
Hanover, . . . . 
Plymouth, . . . 

Dubois, 

Erie, 



Hardin, 

Breckenridge, 
Dearborn, .... 

Shelby, 

Susse.v, 

Iowa, 

Caledonia, . . . 
Worcester, . . . 

Warren, 

Bryan, 



Holmes, 

Susquehanna, 



Harford, . 



Mercer, 

Marion, 

Delaware, . . . 
Macomb, . . . . 
Washington, . 
Crawford, . . . 
Somerset, . . . . 
Chautauque,. . 

Butler, 

Susquehanna, 

Clarke, 

Delaware, . . . 
Union, 



Jefferson, , 
Broome, . 



State. 



N. Y. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

o. 
o. 

In. 

Va. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Mas. 

In. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

Ken. 

In. 

Ken. 

N.J. 

M.T. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. J. 

Geo. 

Va. 

O. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Md. 

Ken. 

Pa. 

S. C. 

O. 

M.T. 

Md. 

Pa. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

Mo, T. 

Va. 

N. Y. 



Kef. 
Letters" 



Sf 
Se 
Sf 

Nf 

Qi 

3g 
Mf 
M f 
Lf 
Lf 

Ig 
Qi 

Sf 

Qi 

Xd 

Gh 

Nd 

Ek 

Fk 

I i 

Kf 

K f 

Hi 

Jg 
Jh 
Te 
Dd 

V b 
Vd 
Tf 
Mo 

Og 
Mf 

Se 

Rg 
Rg: 
Kj 

Ne 
Ol 
Lf 
Ld 

Qg 
Ne 

Y b 
Od 
Nf 
Se 

Kg 
Lf 

Jg 
Z Ai 

Qg 

Sd 



Pdimla 
tion. 



2,:J61 
1,30.3 
2,614 
2,859 
3,718 
2,355 
1,102 
1,173 
348 
1,572 



164253 

1,664 

2,029 

44 

709 

323 

855 



1,344 



1,030 

385 

1,104 

11,665 

4,868 

12,849 

210 



316 



2,588 



1,216 
1,885 
1,962 
6,798 
1,072 



999 
16,319 



2,929 



535 



I), fr. 
Wash 



925 

1,989 



341 
1,441 

241 



375 

489 
439 
360 
16 
225 
254 
181 
215 
184 
248 
80 



493 
292 
283 
354 
364 
570 
102 
150 
104 
434 



630 



439 
656 
522 
559 
236 



551 
390 
240 
67 



341 

264 



61 



260 
446 
386 
546 

62 
305 
652 
335 
249 
282 
429 
403 
.539 
1,2.35 

52 
313 



D. IV. 
Cap. 

"T68 

54 

27 

315 
18 
59 

231 
88 

107 
91 

228 
27 



106 
145 
1.38 
41 
62 
23 
20 
75 
18 
29 



278 



66 

118 

100 

8 



27 

63 

82 

182 



80 
156 



53 



228 

132 

19 

20 

92 

244 

53 

338 

218 

173 

.33 

39 

85 

174 
124 



64 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Harpersfield, 

Harpersfield, 

Harpersville, 

Harpeth, 

Harpswell, 

Harring-ton, 

Harrington, 

Harris, 

HARRIS, 

Harris, 

Harrisborough, 

Harrisburg-, 

Harrisburg, 

Harrisburg, 

Harrisburg,* 

Harrisburg,t 
Harris Gore, 
Harrison, . . . 
Harrison, . . . 
HARRISON, 
HARRISON, 
HARRISON, 
Harrison, 



Class. 



D. 



Harrison, , 

Harrison, 

Harrison, , 

Harrison, 

Harrison, A . 

Harrison, 

Harrison, 

Harrison, C. 

Harrison, 

Harrison, 

Harrison, 

HARRISON, 

Harrison, 



Harrison, , 

Harrison, 

Harrison, 

Harrison, 

Harrison, A . 

Harrison, 

Harrison, 

Harrisonburg, 

Harrisonburg, 

Harrisonville, 

Harrisville, 

Harrisville, 

Harrisville, 

Harrodsburg, 

HART, 

Hart, 

Hartford, 

Hartford, 

HARTFORD, 

HARTFORD, 

Hartford, 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

County, . . 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

Capital,. . . 

c. t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

County, . . 
County,. . , 
County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsli 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

c. t 



tsh 

c. t 

County, . 
tsh 



County, . 
Capital, , 
tsh 



County. 



Delaware, . . . 
Ashtabula, . . . 

Shelby, 

Williamson, . 
Cumberland, . 
Washington, . 

Bergen, 

Butler, 



Sandusky, . . . 
Richmond, . . . 

Lewis, 

Dauphin, .... 

Conway, 

Haywood, .... 

Stark, 

Stark, 

Caledonia, . . . 
Cumberland, . 
West Chester, 



Champaign, . . 

Dark, 

Gallia, 

Hamilton, .... 

Jackson, 

Knox, 

Licking, 

Perry, 

Pickaway, . . . 

Preble, 

Ross, 

Stark, 



f^lay, 

Fayette, 

Hancock 

Harrison, .... 

Knox, 

Union, 

"^igo, 

Macomb, .... 
Rockingham,. 
Catahoola, . . . 
Monroe, . . . 
Brunswick, . . 
Harrison, .... 

Medina, 

Mercer, 



Warwick, . 
Oxford, . . . 
Windsor, . 



Hartford, . . . 
Washington, 



State. 



N. Y. 
O. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Me. 

Me. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

O. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

A. T. 

Ten. 

O. 

O. 

Vt. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

M. T. 

Va. 

La. 

II. 

Va. 

O. 

O. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

In. 

Me. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Td 

Me 

Hm 

Hk 

Ye 

AZ 

Te 

Ne 

In 

Ke 

L m 

S c 

Rf 

Ak 

Ek 

Mf 

Mf 

Vb 

Xb 

Ue 

Ng 

Jh 

Mf 

Kf 

Jg 
Lh 

Jg 

Lg 
Lf 

Lf 

Lg 

Kg 

Jg 

Lg 
Mf 

Hh 

Gg 

lg 

lg 
Hh 

Gh 

Jg 
Ld 
Ph 
Bo 
Dh 

Qj 

Nf 

Le 

Ji 

li 

Gh 

Xb 

V 

V 

V 

u 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,976 
1,145 



1,352 
1,118 
2,581 



5,105 
113 



712 
4,312 



47 

12 

19 

1,068 

1,085 

14,722 

13,234 

20,916 

529 

1,245 

781 

173 

365 

726 

477 

715 

773 

1,318 

545 

1,086 

10,273 



2,909 



427 



D. fr. 
Wash 



314 

500 

1,051 

5,191 

400 

1,294 

2,044 

51,131 

9,789 

2,420 



361 
346 

792 
712 
576 
718 
235 
261 



446 

583 
422 
101 
1,108 
878 
300 
332 
520 
567 
253 



459 
499 
370 
507 
383 
365 
361 
351 
403 
486 
395 
300 



644 
531 
550 
614 
683 
514 
655 
559 
144 
1,186 
894 
168 
279 
361 
565 



D. fr. 

Cap. 



62 

111 

94 

26 

42 

118 

69 

221 

124 

121 

93 

140 

"46 
164 
132 
117 
12 
87 
156 



62 

102 

116 

122 

62 

55 

21 

64 

17 

90 

49 

132 



79 

64 

23 

124 

118 

79 

83 

33 

122 

251 

113 

46 

132 

112 

30 



722 


181 


593 


31 


483 


46 


335 





433 


56 



* In Harrison township, Stark county. 
t In Nimishillin township, Stark county. 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



65 



Names of Places. 



Hartford, 

Hartford, 

Hartford, 

Hartford, 

Hartford, 

Hartland, 

Hartland, 

Hartland, 

Hartland, 

Hartland, 

Hartley, 

Hartleyton, 

Hartsgfrove, 

Hartsville, 

Hartwick, 

Harvard, 

Harvard, 

Harvey sburg, e. 

Harwick, 

Harwinton, 

Haskell Plantation, . . 

Haskinton, 

Hastings, 

Hatfield, 

Hatfield, F. 

Hattsville, 

Havana, 

Havana, 

Havana, 

Havana, 

Haverford, 

Haverhill, 

Haverhill, 

Haverstraw, 

Havre de Grace, . . . . 

Haw Creek, 

Hawesville, 

Hawke E. 

HAWKINS, 

HawkinsviUe, 

Hawley, 

Haycock, 0. 

Hayfield, 

Haymarket, 

Haysboro', 

Hay wardsville, 

HAYWOOD, 

Haywood, 

HAYWOOD, 

Hazel Green, 

Hazel Green, 

HEARD, 

Heath, 

Heathsville, 

Hebron, 

Hebron, 

Hebron, 

Hebron, 

Hebron, 

Hector, 

Hectown, 



t. 



tsh. 



tsh. 



Class. 



c. t. 
c.t. 



tsh. and t , 

tsh 

t 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. ., 



tsh. 



c. t 
tsh. 



tsh. 
c.t. 



County, . 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County, . 



County, . 



County,. 



c. t 



tsh. and t. 

t 

tsh 

t 



County. 



Pulaski, 

Ohio, 

Licking, 

Trumbull, . . . 
Dearborn,. . . . 
Somerset, . . . . 
Windsor, . . . . 
Hartford, . . . . 

Niagara, 

Huron, 

Union, 

Union, 

Ashtabula, . . . 

Sumner, 

Otsego, 

Worcester, . . . 

Knox, 

Warren, 

Barnstable,. . . 
Litchfield, . . . 
Somerset, . . . . 
Mecklenburg, 

Oswego, 

Hampshire, . . 
Montgomery,. 

Putnam, 

Tioga 

Greene, 

Lauderdale, . . 
Tazewell, . . . . 
Delaware, . . . . 

Essex, 

Grafton, 

Rockland,. . . . 
Hartford, . . . 
Bartholomew,. 
Hancock, . . . . 
Rockingham, . 



Pulaski, . . . . 
Franklin, . . . 

Bucks, 

Crawford,. . . 
Pr. William, 
Davidson, . . . 
Beaufort, . . . 



Chatham, 



Madison, . 
Morgan, . . 



Franklin, 

Nortliumberl'nd 

Oxford, 

Grafton, 

ToUand, 

Washington, . . 

Licking, 

Tompkins, .... 
Northampton, . 



State. 



Geo. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

Me. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

Ten. 

N. Y. 

Mas. 

O. 

O. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

Me. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Al. 

Al. 

II. 

Pa. 

-Alas. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

Md. 

In. 

Ken. 

N. H. 

Ten. 

Geo. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Ten. 

S. C. 

N. C. 

N. C. 

Ten. 

Al. 

Ken. 

Geo. 

Mas. 

Va. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 



Kel". 
Letter: 



Kn 
Hi 
Lf 
Ne 

Jg 
Yb 
Vc 
Ve 
Pc 
Le 
Qf 

Qf 

Me 

Hj 

Sd 
W d 
Lf 

Xe 
Uc 
Ya 

Pj 

Re 

Vd 

Sf 

Ue 

Rd 

Gn 

FL 

Df 

Sf 

Wd 

Vb 

Te 

U 
Hi 

Wd 

Kj 
Kn 
Vd 
Sf 

N e 
Qh 

Hj 

Mn 

Kk 

Ok 

Ek 

HI 

Ki 

Im 

Vd 

Ri 

Xb 

W c 

Ve 

Uc 

Lg 

Rg 

Sf 



Popula- 
tion. 



242 
755 

859 



718 
2,503 
1,221 
1,584 



1,735 

"'soi 



2,772 

1,600 

589 

99 
2,453 
1,516 

47 



1,494 
893 
835 



980 
3,896 
2,151 
2,306 



520 
13,683 



1,037 

1,047 

796 



4,578 



5,334 



1,199 



915 

540 

1,939 

2,686 

84 

5,212 



D. Ir. 
Wash. 



709 
692 
383 
289 
536 
641 
476 
348 
407 
392 
179 
179 
336 
688 
363 
419 
366 
460 
486 
331 
699 
234 
359 
381 
164 
299 
291 
898 
818 
842 
135 
456 
509 
256 
72 
577 
668 
463 



710 
395 
175 
307 
43 
708 
603 



320 



738 
491 



412 
151 
575 
517 
346 
431 
360 
302 
189 



I), (t. 
Cap. 

67 

154 

37 

175 

100 

42 

52 

22 

272 

106 

71 

71 

177 

41 

75 

90 

55 

68 

88 

23 

97 

128 

1.50 

96 

104 

113 

185 

26 

154 

121 

98 

29 

67 

116 

64 

41 

130 

43 



68 
113 
100 
336 
120 
6 
137 



34 



169 
96 



111 
92 

42 
48 
20 
52 
27 
186 
96 



F2 



66 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Heidelberg, 

Heidelberg,. C. 

Heidelberg, 

Heidelberg, E . 

Heidlersburg, 

Helena, 

Heleni, 

Helena, 

Hellerstown, 

Hemlock, C. 

Hemplield, East, . .F. 
Hempfield, West, . M . 

Hempfield, 

Hempstead, 

HEMPSTEAD 

Henderson, 

Henderson, 

Henderson, 

HENDERSON, .... 
HENDERSON, .... 

Henderson, 

Hendersonville, 

Henderson\'ille, 

HENDRICKS, 

Hendricks, 

Hennepin, 

Henniker, 

Henrad's Springs, . . . 

HENRICO, 

Henrietta, 






Henrietta, 

HENRY,' 

HENRY, 

HENRY, 

HENRY, 

HENRY, 

HENRY, 

HENRY, 

Henry, 

Henry, 

HENRY, 

Henry Clay, 

Henrysburg, c. 

Hensley, 

Hepburn, 

Herculaneum, 

Hereford, 

Hereford, 

HERKIMER, 

Herkimer, 

Hermon, 

Harmon, 

Hero, North, 

Hero. South, 

Herrick, 

HERTFORD, ... . 

Hertford, 

Heth, 

Hibernia, 

HICKMAN, 

HICKMAN, 



Class. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t. .. 
c. t. 
c. t. 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 
County, . . 
tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 



County, . 
County, 
t 



County, . 

tsh 

c. t 

t 



County,. 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
County, 
County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



tsh 

t 

County, . . . . 
tsh. and c. t. 
t 



t. .. 
e. t. 

t. .. 



tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh. . . . 

t 

County,. 
County, . 



County. 



Berks, 

Lebanon, 

Lehigh, 

York 

Adams, 

St. Lawrence, 

Phillips, 

Iowa, 

Northampton, . 

Columbia, 

Lancaster, . . . . 
Lancaster, . . . . 
Westmoreland, 
Queens, 

Jefferson, 

Huntingdon, . . 
Montgomery,. . 



Henderson, 
Nottoway, . 
Sumner, . . . , 



Shelby, 

Putnam,. . . . 

Merrimack, 

Hempstead, 



Monroe, ... 
Lorain, . . . . 



Henry, , 
Ripley, . 



Fayette, . . . 
Belmont, . . 
Johnson, . . . 
Lycoming, . 
Jefferson, . . 

Berks, 

Baltimore, . 



Herkimer, . . . 
Penobscot, . . . 
Oglethorpe . . 
Grand Isle, . . 
Grand Isle, . . 
Susquehanna, 



Perquimans, 
Harrison, . . . 
Boone, 



State. 



Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

A. T. 

M.T. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

A. T. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

Va. 

Ten. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

N. H. 

A. T. 

Va. 

N.Y. 

O. 

Va. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

Pa. 

O. 

In. 

Pa 

Mo. 

Pa. 

Md. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

Geo. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

N.C. 

In. 

Mo. 

Ten. 

Ken. 



Ref. 
Letters 



m 



f 
k 
k 
i 



Rf 
Rf 

Sf 

Qg 

Tb 

Dl 

Ec 

Sf 

Rf 

Rf 

Rf 

Of 

Uf 

A 

R 

Q 

N 

F 

G 

Gi 

Pi 

Hj 
Hg 

i^ 
Ee 

Wc 

A m 

Qi 
Qe 
Le 

?^ 
J m 

lo 

Fj 
Ih 
Je 

Ig 
Ig 
Ih 

De 

Og 
Mf 

Hg 

Qe 
Dh 

Sf 

Rg 

Tc 

Sc 

Zb 

Km 

Ub 

Ub 

Se 

Qj 

Rj 
Hh 

Bk 

Gk 
Ej 



Popula- 
tion. 



4,124 
2,831 
2,208 
1,528 



1,681 
2,084 
3,898 
4,565 
6,125 
2,512 
2,428 



8,748 
6,659 

484 



3,975 
494 

1,725 



28,797 

2,322 
129 

7,100 
10,566 

4,020 

12,244 

11,387 

262 

6,497 



41 

804 

48 

632 



1,709 



35,870 

2,486 

535 



638 
717 

468 
8,539 



1,281 



8,119 
5,198 



D. ft. 

Wash. 



148 

129 

185 

80 

81 

520 

1,074 

1,062 

183 

180 

115 

99 

192 

246 



399 


173 


148 


90 


378 


106 






718 


180 


188 


65 


710 


15 



574 

867 

472 

1,175 

361 

389 



536 
576 



177 
291 
583 
206 
886 
165 
59 



392 
676 
607 
545 
532 
265 



D. ft. 

Cap. 



282 
626 
981 



38 
32 
85 
27 
24 
252 
124 

"93 

70 

33 

28 

170 

172 



30 
203 

15 
107 

"228 
133 



49 
71 



168 
108 
30 
97 
164 
74 
51 



80 
77 
65 
68 
55 
157 



167 

138 

1 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



67 



Names of Places. 



Hickory, 

Hickory Hill, P. O. . . 
Hickory Town, ,.,, . 

Hicksford, 

Hicks Town, 

Higginsport, b. 

Highgate, 

HIGHLAND, 

Highland, 

Highland, 

Highland, 

Highland, 

Hights Town, 

Hillham, 

Hilliar 

Hilliardston, 

Hillsboro', 



Hillsboro', 
Hillsboro', 

Hillsboro', 

Hillsboro', 

Hillsboro', 

Hillsboro\ 

HILLSBOROUGH,. 

Hillsborough, 

Hillsborough, 

Hillsborough, 

Hillsdale, 

HILLSDALE, 

Hilltown, 

Hilton, 

Hinckley, 

HINDES, 

Hindostan, 

Hinesburg, 

Hinghara, 

Hinsdale, B . 

Hinsdale, ........ E . 

Hinsdale, 

Hiram, 

Hiram, 

HLx's Ferry, P. O. . . . 

Hobart, 

HOCKING, 

Hocking, 

Hodgensville, 

HofFsville, 

Hogansburg, 

Hokesville, 

Holden, 

Holderness, 

Holland, 

Holland, 

Holland, 

Holley 

HoUidaysburg, 

HoUis, 

Hollis 

Holliston, 

Holmes, 

HOLMES, 



L 



Class. 



tsh. 



t. .. 
c.t. 



c. t. 



County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



t, .. 
tsh. 
t .. 
t. .. 



c. t. 



c.t. 



County, . 

t 

tsh 

c. t 



tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

t 



tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 



County, . 

tsh 

t. ...... 



t. .. 
tsh. 



t 

t 

County, . 



County. 



Venango, . . 
Beaufort, . . 
Venango, . . 
Greensville, 
Madison, . . 
Brown, .... 
Franklin, . . 



Muskingum, . 
Franklin, . . . , 

Greene, 

Vermillion,. . . 
Middlesex, . . . 

Overton, 

Knox, 

Nash, 

Washington, . 
Caroline, . . . . 

Loudon, 

Orange, 

Jasper, 

Madison, . . . . 
Montgomery, . 



Hillsborough,. 
Somerset, . . . . 
Highland, . . . 
Columbia,. . . . 



Bucks, 

Ann Arundel, 
Medina, 



Martin, 

Chittenden,. . 
Plymouth, . . . 
Cheshire, . . . , 
Berkshire, . . , 
Cattaraugus, . 

Oxford, 

Portage, 

Lawrence, . . , 
Delaware, . . . , 



Fairfield, . . . . 

Hardin, 

Harrison, . . . . 
Franklin, . . . . 

Lincoln, 

Worcester, . . . 

Grafton, 

Orleans, 

Hampden, . . . 

Erie, 

Orleans, 

Huntingdon, . 

York 

Hillsborough,. 
Middlesex, . . . 
Oxford, 



State. 



Pa. 

S.C. 

Pa. 

Va. 

F. T. 

O. 

Vt 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

N.J. 

Ten. 

O. 

N. C. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Va. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Al. 

II. 

N. H. 

N. H. 

N.J. 

O. 

N. Y. 

M. T. 

Pa. 

Md. 

O. 

Mi. 

In. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Me. , 

O. 

A. T. 

N.Y. 

O. 

O. 

Ken. 

Va. 

N.Y. 

N.C. 

Mas. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

Me. 

O. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Oc 

Mn 

Oe 

Qj 
Kp 

Kh 

Ub 

Kg 
Mf 

I? 
Hg 
Gf 
Tf 

Ij 
Lf 

Qj 

Nf 

Sh 

Qg 
Oj 

Km 
HI 

Eg 
Wd 
Wc 
Tf 

Kg 

Ud 
Je 

Sf 

Rg 

Me 

Dn 

Hh 

Ub 

Xd 

Vd 

Ud 

Pd 

Xc 

Me 

Ej 
Td 

Lg 

Lg 
I i 

Ng 

Tb 

Mk 

Wd 

Wc 

Vb 

d 

d 



Xc 
Wd 

Wd 
Xb 
f 



Popiila 
tion. 



129 

2,038 

16,345 

820 



314 



37,724 

1,792 

2,878 

566 

2,446 



1,670 



399 
8,645 



1,165 
3,387 
937 
780 
919 
1,026 
511 



D. fr. 
Wash 



4,008 
3,079 



1,719 

1,430 

422 

453 

1,071 



2,272 
1,501 
1,304 
71 
9,135 



260 
601 
265 

185 
865 
487 
556 



349 
519 
663 
661 
183 
636 
387 
263 
217 
75 
43 
296 
670 
717 
809 



465 
191 
441 
360 



168 

45 

349 



656 
507 
446 
413 
378 
310 
557 
318 
963 
356 



D. fr. 

Cap. 

~I96 

101 

201 

63 

55 

111 

75 



377 
631 
236 
516 
422 
401 
513 
578 
370 
347 
385 
174 
527 
451 
408 
592 



I- 
76 
67 
88 
18 
95 
34 
54 

210 
38 

165 
41 
28 

164 
28 



24 
25 

74 

48 



97 

41 

125 



118 

38 

15 

81 

120 

281 

86 

141 

183 

62 



29 

80 

253 

232 

160 

46 

38 

61 

03 

281 

248 

116 

72 

39 

24 

40 



68 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Class. 



Holmes, 

Holmesburg, 

Holmes^ Valley, .... 

Holmesville, 

Holmesville, 

Homer, 

Homer, 

Honesdale, 

Honesdale, 

Honeybrook, L 

Honey Creek, 

Hookerston, 

Hookset, 

Hook's Town, 

Hook's Town, 

Hook Town, 

Hoosick, 

Hoosick Falls, 

Hope, 

Hope, 

Hope, 

Hopeton, 

Hopeville, 

Hopewell, 

Hopewell, 

Hopewell, 

Hopewell, 

Hopewell, 

Hopewell, 

Hopewell, 

Hopewell, 

Hopewell, 

Hopewell, 

Hopewell, 

Hopewell, 

Hopewell, 

Hopewell, 

Hopewell, 

Hopewell, P. O 

Hopkins, 

HOPKINS, 

Hopkinsville, , 

Hopkinsville, 

Hopkinton, 

Hopkinton, 

Hopkinton, 

Hopkinton, 

Hornby, 

Hornellsville, 

Horn Town, 

Horrellstown, 

flORRY, 

Horsham, E . 

Horse Well, P. O. . . . 

Hot Springs, 

HOT SPRINGS,. . . 

Hot Springs, C.H.... 

Houlton Plantation,. . 

Houndsfield, 

HOUSTON, 

Howard, 



tsh 

t 

c. t ■ 

t 

t 

tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t.. 

tsh 

tsh 



County, . . . 

c. t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

t 

t 



District, . 
tsh. and t. 



County, . 
c.t 



County. 



Crawford, 

Philadelphia, . . 
Washington, . . 

Appling, 

Pike, 

Cortland, 

Athens, 

Wayne, 

Orange, 

Chester, 

Vigo, 

Greene, 

Merrimack, . . . 

Beaver, 

Baltimore, . . . ■ 

Talbot, 

Rensselaer, . . . 
Rensselaer, . . . 

Waldo, 

Hamilton, .... 

Warren, 

Yates, 

Fauquier, .... 
Cumberland, . 
Dutchess, .... 

Ontario, 

Orange, 

Cumberland, . 
Hunterdon, . . . 

Beaver, 

Bedford, 

Huntingdon, . . 
Washington, . 

York, 

Licking, 

Muskingum, . 

Perry, 

Seneca, 

York, 

Cattaraugus, . 



State. 



Kef. 
Letters 



Christian, 

Warren, 

Merrimack, . . . 
Middlesex, . . . . 
Washington, . . 
St. Lawrence, . . 

Steuben, 

Steuben, 

Accomack, . . . . 
Mifflin, 



tsh 

County,. 

tsh Steuben, 



Montgomery, . 

Barren, 

Bath, 



Hot Springs, 
Washington, 
Jefferson, . . . 



O. 
Pa. 
F. T. 

Geo. 
Mi. 

>.j^ Y. 

O, 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

In. 

N.C. 

N. H. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

S. C. 

N.Y. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

O. 

N.H. 

Mas. 

R. L 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Va. 

Pa. 

S. C. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

Va. 

A. T. 

A. T. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

Geo. 

N.Y. 



Kf 

Sf 

IP 

Lo 

Do 

Rd 

Mg 

Se 

Te 

Sf 

Gg 
Qk 
Wc 

Nf 

Rg 
Rg 

Ud 

Ud 

Yb 

Tc 

Sf 

Qd 

Qh 

Qf 
Ue 
Qd 
Te 

Sg 
Tf 
Nf 
Pf 
Pf 
Nf 

Rg 

Lf 

Lg 

Lg 
Ke 

Ml 

Pd 

Gi 

Gi 

Jg 
W c 

Wd 

W e 

Tb 

Qd 

Qd 

Si 

Qf 

Om 

Sf 

li 

Oh 

Al 

Al 

AZ 

Re 

Kn 

Qd 



Popula- 
tion. 



202 



3,307 
636 



1,788 



886 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



3,584 



1,541 
719 



951 



2,198 



1,953 
3,151 

1,491 
1,640 



1,924 
1,941 

999 
1,184 
1,510 

549 



6,763 
1,263 
67 
2,474 
1,809 
1,777 
827 
1,572 
1,365 



5,245 
1,086 



458 



579 
3,415 
7,369 
2,464 



414 
145 

971 
787 
1,128 
313 
342 
268 
262 
131 
662 
303 
465 
258 

44 

85 
401 
404 
,626 
440 
212 
322 

48 
107 
295 
341 
287 
173 
183 
239 
127 
133 
243 

73 
349 
344 
356 
434 
447 
311 



745 
465 
481 
411 
374 
502 
296 
310 
180 
174 



153 


114 


654 


119 


217 


175 


1,128 


60 


778 


183 


407 


161 



311 



74 
107 
121 
145 
151 
141 
80 
165 
122 
56 
90 
89 
9 
241 
36 
50 
29 
32 
44 
63 
59 
187 
142 
38 
85 
190 
94 
66 
17 
217 
105 
94 
225 
36 
46 
54 
44 
87 
93 
275 



206 

88 

28 
34 
234 
199 
236 
240 
67 



228 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



69 



Names of Places. 



Howard, 

Howard, 

HOWARD, 

Howarton, 

Howell, 

Howland, 

Howland, 

Hubbard, 

Hubbardston, 

Hubberton, 

Hudson, or Nott'm. W. 

Hudson, 

Hudson, 

Hudsonville, 

Hueval, 

Hulinsburg, 

Hull 

Hume, 

HUMPHREYS, .... 
Huniphreysville, P. O. 

Hungry Town, 

Hunter, 

HUNTERDON,.... 

Hunters, P. O 

Hunters Town, 

Huntersville, 

Huntersville, 

Hunting Creek Town, 
HUNTINGDON, . . . 

Huntingdon, D. 

Huntingdon, 

Huntingdon, 

Huntingdon, North,. . 
Huntingdon, South,. . 

Huntingdon, 

Huntingdon, 

Huntingdon, 

Huntington, 

Huntington, 

Huntington, 

Huntington, 

Huntington, 

HUNTINGTON, . . . 
Huntington, P. O. ... 

Hunting Town, 

Huntsburg, 

Huntsville, 

Huntsville, 

Huntsville, 

Huntsville, 

Huntsville, 

Hurley, 

HURON, 

Huron, 

Huron, 

Hyatt's Town, 

HYDE 

Hyde, C.H. 

Hyde Park, A. 

Hyde's Park, 

IBERVILLE, 



Class. 



tsh. . . . 

t 

County, . 
t 



tsh. 
L .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t 

t 

City, .... 
tsh. and t. 
t 



t 

t 

t 

tsh 

County, . 



t 

tsh 

County, . 



t. .. 
c. t 
t. .. 



t 

County, . 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t 

tsh. . . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 



t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t .. 
c. t 
c. t. 



tsh 

County, . 
tsh. . . . 

tsh 

t 



County, . . 

c. L 

tsh. and t. 

t 

Parish, . . 



County. 



Centre, . 
Ashe, . , 



Northampton, . 
Monmouth, . . . 
Penobscot, . . . . 
Trumbull, . . . 
Trumbull, . . . . 
Worcester, .... 

Rutl!-».id 

Hillsborough, . 
Columbia, . . . . 

Portage, 

Breckenbridge, 
St. Lawrence,. . 
Armstrong, . . . 
Plymouth, . . . . 
Allegany, 



Union, .... 
Lunenburg, 
Greene, . . . 



Buncomb, . . . 

Adams, 

Pocahontas, . . 

Lincoln, 

Dorchester, . . 



Adams, 

Huntingdon, . . 

Luzerne, 

Westmoreland, 
Westmoreland, 

Carroll, 

Lorain, 

Ross, 

Chittenden, . . . 

Fairfield, 

Suffolk, 

Brown, 

GaUia, 



Laurens, . 
Calvert, . . 
Geauga, . . 
Otsego,. . . 

Surry, 

Laurens, . 
Madison, . 
Randolph, 
Ulster, . . . 



Huron, 

Wayne, 

Montgomery, . 



Hyde 

Dutchess,. . . 
Orleans, .... 



State. 



Pa. 
N.C. 

Mo. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

Me. 

O. 

O. 

Mas. 

Vt. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

S. C. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.C. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N.C. 

Md. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

O. 

O. 

Vt. 

Ct 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

S. C. 

Md. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N.C. 

S. C. 

Al. 

Mo. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

M. T. 

Md. 

N.C. 

N.C. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

La. 



Rf{. 
Letters 



Qe 
Mj 

Bg 

Sf 

Tf 

Za 

Ne 

Ne 

Vd 

Uc 

W d 

Ud 

Me 

Hi 

Sb 

Oc 

Xd 

Pd 

Fj 

Ml 

Pi 

Td 

Tf 

Lk 

Nh 
Mk 
Sh 
Pf 

Qg 
Pf 

Re 
Of 
O t 

Fj 
Le 

Kg 



b 
e 
f 
h 

g 



V 

U 

U 

K 

L 

If 

Ml 

Rh 

Me 

Sd 

Nj 
Ml 
HI 

Bg 
Te 
Le 
Le 
Kd 

Og 
Rk 
Rk 
Ue 
Vb 
Cp 



Popula- 
tion. 



I,2ii5 



10,854 



4,141 

329 

722 

1,089 

1,674 

86.5 

1,263 

5,392 

772 



198 

915 

6,187 



1,960 
31,060 



27,145 
1,284 



1,572 
3,170 

2,294 



160 

940 

923 

1,371 

5,582 

2,165 

694 



449 
1,149 



1,408 
13,341 



6,184 



2,554 

823 

7,049 



D. fr. 
Wash 



202 
423 



183 
209 
712 
293 
285 
406 
462 
446 
345 
336 
671 
469 
242 
442 
345 



201 
358 



531 

82 

233 

414 



76 
148 
202 
204 
206 
823 
375 
397 
511 
294 
278 
479 
372 



499 
60 
324 
342 
361 
517 
726 
1,042 
319 



404 

510 

32 



387 
307 
550 



D fr. 
Cap. 

~95 
195 



92 

44 

117 

161 

174 

54 

76 

30 

29 

124 

124 

201 

185 

10 

261 



79 
55 



277 

28 

191 

162 



21 

90 

92 

181 

184 

109 

105 

52 

33 

46 

198 

118 

90 



65 
59 

173 
89 

133 
69 

155 
96 
64 



125 

27 
69 



207 
68 
31 



70 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Ickesburg, 

Independence, 

Independence, 

Independence, 

INDEPENDENCE, 

Independence, 

Indiana, 

INDIANA, 

Indiana, 

Indian Creek, 

Indian Creek, 

INDIANAPOLIS, 

Indian River, 

Indian Springs, P. O. 

Indian Town, 

Indian Town, 

Industry, c. 

INGHAM, 

Instantur, 

Intercourse, 

Ionia, 

IONIA, 

IOWA, 

Ipswich, 

Ira, 

Ira, 

Irashurg, 

IREDELL 

IROQUOIS, 

Irville, b . 

Irvine, 

Irwin, 

IRWIN, 

Irwinville, 

Irwinton, 

ISABELLA, 

Island Creek, 

Isleau Haut, A. 

Isleborough, A . 

ISLE OF WIGHT, . 
Isle of Wight, C.H. . 

Islip, 

Israel, 

Italy, 

Ithaca, 

Ivy, P. O 

IZARD 

Izard, C.H. 

Jackson, 

Jackson, • . . 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, .... 
Jackson, .... 
Jackson, .... 
Jackson, .... 
JACKSON, . 
Jackson, .... 
Jackson, .... 
JACKSON, . 



.D. 



Class. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



County, . 

c. t 

tsh 

County, . 
c. t 



tsh 

tsh 

Capital, . . . 
Hundred, 



County, . 
t 



County, . 
County, . 
c. t 



tsh. and t. 
c. t 



County, . 
County, . 



t. 



c. t 

tsh 

County, . 
c. t 



c. t 

County, . 
tsh 



t 

t 

County, . . . 

c. t 

tsh. and t. . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t. 



County, . 
c. t 



t. .. 

tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



tsh 

County, . 

c. t 

c. t 

County, . 



County. 



Perry, 

Alleghany, . . , 

Warren, 

Autauga, ... 



State. 



Jackson, . . 
Allegany, , 



Indiana, 

Lawrence, . . . 

Monroe, ■ 

Marion, 

Sussex, 

Butts, 

Currituck, . . . 
Williamsburg, 
Somerset, .... 



McKean, .. 

Lancaster, . 
Onondaga, . , 



Essex,. . , 
Rutland, . 
Cayuga, . 
Orleans, , 



Muskingum, 

Estill, 

Venango, . . . 



Irwin, 

Wilkinson, . . . 



Jefferson. 
Hancock, 
Waldo, . . 



Isle of Wight,. 

Suffolk 

Preble, 

Yates, 

Tompkins, . . . , 
Buncombe,. . . , 



Izard, 

Waldo, 

Coos, 

Washington, . 
Cambria, . . . . 
Dauphin, . . . . 
Lebanon, . . . . 
Lycoming, . . . 
Susquehanna,. 
Tioga 



Northampton, 
Butts, 



Pa. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Al. 

A. T. 

Mo. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Del. 

Geo. 

N. C. 

s.c. 

Me. 

M. T. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

M. T. 

M.T. 

Mas. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

N. C. 

II. 

O. 

Ken. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

M.T. 

O. 

Me. 

Me. 

Va. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. C. 

A. T. 

A. T. 

Me. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Geo. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Qf 

Qd 

Tf 

Hn 

Ck 

Z A| 

Of 

Of 

Of 

Hh 

Hg 

Hg 

Sh 

J m 

Rj 

Om 

Xb 

Jd 

P e 

Rf 

Re 

I d 

Ed 

Xd 

Uc 

R c 

Vb 

Nk 

Gf 

Lf 

Ki 

Ne 

Ko 

Ko 

Kn 

Jc 

Nf 

Zb 

Zb 

Rj 
Rj 

Uf 

J? 

Qd 
Rd 
Lk 
Bj 

Bj 

Yb 

Wb 

Uc 

Pf 

Rf 

Rf 

Qe 

Se 

Qe 

Mh 

Qj 

J m 
Kl 



Popula- 
tion 



877 
2,126 



2,031 

1,777 

14,252 

433 



1,935 



902 



1,587 
2,949 

442 
2,199 

860 
14,918 



133 

91 
713 

1,180 



1,855 

315 

674 

10,517 



1,653 
1,314 

1,092 
5,270 



1,266 



493 
514 
2,057 
440 
830 



2,120 
641 

589 



9,004 



D. fr. 

Wash 



126 
300 
215 

887 



1,129 
222 



189 
647 
678 
573 
136 
711 
267 
474 
621 



286 
120 
350 



459 
453 
365 

568 



348 
531 
226 



763 
662 



267 
656 
650 



208 
271 
502 
319 
290 
491 



1,114 
640 
.559 
419 
185 
136 
141 
213 
282 
255 



225 

707 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

39 
258 

59 
126 



177 
200 



157 

77 
58 

49 

55 

201 

100 

32 



207 

46 

145 



27 

76 

163 

49 



46 

71 

186 



121 

20 



156 
83 
52 



84 
197 
106 
198 
163 
229 



172 

49 

82 

42 

138 

22 

31 

104 

185 

149 



95 
51 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



71 



Names of Places. 



JACKSON, 

JACKSON, 

Jackson, ■ 

JACKSON, 

JACKSON, ....... 

Jackson, C. H. 

Jackson, ^ 

JACKSON, 

Jackson, 

JACKSON, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, ■ 

Jackson, 

JACKSON, 

Jackson, ■ 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, c. 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

JACKSON, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, , 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

JACKSON, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, , 

Jackson, , 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackaon, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Jackson, 



Class. 



County, . 
County, . 

t 

Capital, . 
County, . 
t 



c. t. 



County, . 
c. t 



County, . 



c. t. 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsli 

tsh 

tsh 

tgh 

tsh 

County, . 
tsh 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. . . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

County,. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh." 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



County. 



Clarke, . 
Hindcs,. 



Jackson, 

East Feliciana, 



Lawrence, 



Madison, . . . . 
Hickman, 

Brown, 

Champaign, . . 
Coshocton, . . . 
Franklin, . . . , 
Guernsey, . . . 

Hancock 

Highland, . . . . 



Jackson, 

Jackson, 

Knox, 

Licking, 

Monroe, 

Montgomery, . 
Muskingum, . 

Perry, 

Pickaway, . . . 

Pike, 

Preble, 

Sandusky, . . . 

Stark, 

Trumbull,.... 

Union, 

Wayne, 



Bartholomew, . 

Boone, 

Carroll, 

Clay 

Clinton, 

Dearborn, .... 

Fayette, 

Fountain, . . . . 

Greene, 

Hancock, . . . . 



Jackson, 

Madison, . . . , 

Martin, 

Monroe, 

Morgan, 

Orange, 

Parke, 

Putnam, , . . . . 

Ripley, 

Rush, 

Shelby, , 

Sullivan, 

Tippecanoe, . 



State. 



F. T. 

Al. 

Al. 

Mi. 

Mi. 

Mi. 

La. 

A. T. 

A. T. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

M. T. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 



Ruf. 
Letters 



IP 
HI 

F o 

Dn 

Fp 
Fp 
Cp 
C k 
Cj 

Ij 
Ek 

Ej 
Kh 
K f 
Mf 

Kg 
M f 
Kf 
Kg 
Lg 
Lg 

Lf 
Lf 
Mg 

Jg 
Lf 

Lg 
Kg 
Lg 

Jg 
K e 

Mf 

Ne 

Kf 

Lf 

Jd 

Hg 

Hg 

Hf 

Gg 
Hf 

lg 

lg 

Gg 

Hg 

lg 

Hh 

Ih 

If 

Hh 

Hg 

Hg 

Hh 

Gg 

Hj 

lg 

lg 

lg 

Gg 

Gf 



Popula- 
tion. 



D. fr. D. fr. 
WnHh. Cap. 



12,700 



1,792 



333 
9,698 



916 

1,134 

605 

387 

481 

85 

1,367 

5,941 

136 

329 

626 

65 

603 

1,379 

593 

1,352 

1,044 

894 

1,552 

167 

1,080 

648 

125 

882 



977 
1,035 

1,073 
1,193 

994 

861 
859 
475 
460 
340 
396 
316 
497 
451 

'387 
391 
382 
361 
288 
475 
358 
351 
394 
397 
493 
434 
324 
298 
434 
356 



4,870 



962 



605 
610 
651 
640 
613 
532 
530 
628 
639 
559 

595 
566 
650 
617 
595 
640 
623 
603 
563 
558 
583 
653 
633 



159 



213 
158 

i52 

147 
329 
100 

63 

80 
5 

81 
109 

92 

74 

66 

GO 

31 

150 

79 

81 

49 

21 

58 

97 

111 

112 

152 

38 

98 



41 
52 
86 
64 
39 
40 
71 
55 
63 
28 

69 
40 

112 
42 
25 

102 
51 
30 
67 
35 
29 
81 
59 



72 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Jackson, tsh. 



Jackson, A. 

JACKSON, 

Jackson, 

JACKSON, 

Jacksonboro', 

Jacksonhoro', 

Jackson burg, b. 

Jacksonburg, 

Jacksonopolis, 

Jacksonville, 

Jacksonville, 

Jacksonville, 

Jacksonville, 

Jacksonville, 

Jacksonville, 

Jacobsburg, 

Jacobsburg, . . . 

Jaffray, 

Jamaica, 

Jamaica, 

Jamesburg, .... 
JAMES CITY, 
James City, . . . 
Jamestown, . . . 
Jamestown, . . . 
James Town, . . 
James Town, . . 
James Town, . . 

Jamestown 

James Town, . . 
James Town, . . . 
Jamesville, .... 
Jamesville, .... 
Jarvis Gore, .... 

Jasper, 

JASPER, 

Jasper, 

JASPER, .... 

Jay, 

Jay, 

Jay, 

Jaynesville, .... 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

JEFFERSON, . 
Jefferson, 



Class. 



Jefferson, 

.Tefferson, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

JEFFERSON, 

Jefferson, - 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

JEFFERSON, . 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

JEFFERSON, . 



tsh 

County, . 

c. t 

Coimty, . 

t 

c. t 

t 

t 

c. t 

c t 

c, t 

t 



c. t. 



t 

t 

t 

tsh. and t. 

t 

County, . . 

t 

t. 

t 

t 



c. t. 
c.t. 



t 

tsh 

County, . 

c. t 

County, . 

t 

t 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



tsh. 

t. .. 



County, . 
tsh 



t. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 
County, . . 

t 

t 

t 



County, , 



c. t. 

c. t. 

[County, . 



County. 



Washington, 
Wayne, .... 



Cape Girardeau, 



Colleton, 

Scriven, 

Butler, 

Wayne, 

Jackson, 

Telfair, 

Duval, 

Washington, . 

Adams, 

Switzerland,. . 

Morgan, 

Centre, 

Belmont, .... 
Cheshire, .... 
Windham, . . . 

Queens, 

Berkeley, .... 



State. 



Orange, 

Newport, 

Chautauque,. . . 
Prince Edward, 

Guilford, 

Martin, 

Fentress, 

Russell, 

Greene, ... 
Onondaga, . . 
Abbeville, . . . 
Penobscot, . . 
Steuben, .... 



Marion, 



Oxford, 

Orleans, ... 

Essex, 

Covington, . 
Lincoln, . . . . 

Coos, 

Greene, . . . . 



Schoharie, 
Tioga, . . . 
Morris,. . . 
Allegany,. 
Greene, . . , 



Jefferson, 
York, . . . 
Culpeper, 



Powhatan, 
Ashe, .... 
Jackson, . . . 



In. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

S. C. 

Geo. 

O. 

In. 

M. T. 

Geo. 

F. T. 

La. 

O. 

In. 

II. 

Pa. 

O. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

R. I. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

N. C. 

N. C. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

N. Y. 

S. C. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

Ten. 

II. 

Me. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Mi. 

Me. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

N. C, 

Geo. 

Geo. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Hh 

Ei 
Ei 

ZAh 

Nn 

Mn 

Jd 

Kg 

Mp 

Dp 

Kh 

Ih 

Dg 
Qf 

Nf 
Vd 
Vc 
Uf 

Ri 

Qh 

We 

O d 

P i 

Ok 

Rk 

Jj 

Jj 

Kg 

Rd 

LI 

Zb 

Qd 

Km 

Ik 

Fg 

Xb 

Vb 

Ub 

Eo 

Yb 

Wb 

Ud 

Sb 

Td 

Rd 

Te 

Of 

Ng 

Oe 

Oe 

Q h 

Qi 
Mj 
Kl 
L m 



Popula- 
tion. 



2,506 

1,828 



2,823 
i27 



D.fr. 
Wash 



613 
517 



856 



97 



100 
1,354 
1,523 
2,376 



577 
634 
495 
517 
570 
753 
801 
1,136 
450 
557 
837 
197 
285 
439 
442 
237 
93 



D.fr. 
Cap. 

97 
69 



208 



3,838 
8,6i6 



69 
100 



115 

659 

13,131 



82 
399 
334 
167 
326 
268 
600 
615 
451 
345 
541 
673 
400 



111 
144 

98 

69 

77 

111 

252 

67 

91 

102 

115 

90 

134 

54 

95 

163 

172 



653 



1,276 

196 

1,629 



2,074 
495 



48,493 
1,743 



1,551 
1,441 
1,292 
2,025 



606 
585 
530 
1,000 
611 
554 
338 



90 

25 

330 

67 

96 

116 

131 

109 

68 

128 

98 

78 

240 



114 



12,927 



369 
294 
237 
219 
215 



33 

62 
153 

70 

28 
111 

32 



56 
186 

71 
187 
214 



7,309 



248 


175 


74 


37 


61 


109 


244 


35 


399 


205 


614 


98 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



JEFFERSON, 

JEFFERSON, 

JEFFERSON, 

JEFFERSON, 

JEFFERSON, 

Jefferson, C.H. 

JEFFERSON, 

Jefferson, 

JEFFERSON, 

Jcfterson, 

JeflFerson, 

Jefferson, C. 

Jefferson, C . 

Jefferson, d . 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

JEFFERSON, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, A . 

Jefferson, A . 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, . . . .' 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

JEFFERSON, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

JEFFERSON, 

JEFFERSON, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson Bar'ks. P. O. 
JEFFERSON CITY, 

Jeffersonton, 

Jeffersonville, 

Jeffersonville, 

Jeffersonville, 

Jeffreystown, 

Jemappe, 

Jenkintown, 

Jenner, 

Jennerville, 

Jennings, A. 

Jennings, 

Jennings, 

JENNINGS, 

Jennings, 

Jennings' Gap, 

Jericho, 

Jericho, 

Jerome, ^. 

Jeromes villc, 

Jersey, . . .a 

Jersey, 



Class. 



County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
Parish, . 
County, . 

c. t 

County, . 
t 



County, . . . . 

t 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t 
tsh 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. . . . 
County, . 

tsh 

tsli 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 
t. 



Capital, . . 



c. t. 



c. t 

t 

tsh. and t , 
t 



tsh. 
t. ,. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

t 



t .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 



County. 



Jefferson, . . 
Rutherford, 



Jefferson, . 
Adams, . . . 
Ashtabula, 
Coshocton, 
Fairfield, . 
Fayette, . . 
Franklin, . 
Guernsey, 
Jackson, . . 



Knox, 

Logan, 

Madison, . . . . 
^Montgomery, . 
Muskingum, . 
Pickaway, . . . 

Preble, 

Richland, . . . . 

Ross, 

Scioto, 

Cass, 



Morgan, 
Owen,. . . 

Pike 

Putnam, . 



Saline, 

St. Louis, . . . . 

Cole, 

Camden, 

Tazewell, . . . . 
Montgomery, . 

Qark, 

Allegany, . . . . 
Caroline, . . . 
Montgomery, . 
Somerset, . . . . 
Somerset, . . . . 

Putnam, 

Crawford, . . . . 
Fayette, 



Scott, 

Augusta,. . . , 
Chittenden,. , 

Suffolk 

Union, 

Wayne, 

Steuben, . . . . 
Licking, . . . . 



State. 



F. T. 

Al. 

Mi. 

La. 

A. T. 

A. T. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

Geo. 

Va. 

Ken. 

In. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Va. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

O. 



Ref. 

Loners 



Jp 

Gm 

Co 

Dp 

CI 

Bl 

Kj 

Hk 

I h 

111 

Kh 

Ne 

Lf 

Lg 

Kg 

Lf 

Mf 

Lh 

Nf 

Lf 

Kf 

Kg 

Jg 
Lf 

Lg 

Jg 
Lf 

Lg 
L h 

Hf 
Th 
Hg 
Gg 
Gh 

Hj 
Fh 
Dh 

Ag 

Dh 

Bh 

Mp 

Mi 

Kh 

Lh 

Nf 

Qh 

Sf 

Of 

Of 

Jf 

Hh 

g 
h 

h 

Oh 

Vb 

Vf 

Kf 

Lf 

Qd 

Lf 



Popula- 
tion. 



3,312 
6,855 
9,755 
6,846 
772 



11,801 



23,979 



1,001 

370 

289 

96 

1,265 

613 

566 

441 

22,489 

311 

842 

409 

1,739 

1,240 

119 

1,403 

1,333 

1,695 

566 



11,465 



2,555 
2,592 



1,167 

"'i2i 



3,974 



1,6.55 



321 

123 

2,391 

502 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



1>. fr. 
Cap. 



1,068 



698 



582 
449 
325 
346 
384 
427 
386 
309 
387 



265 
454 
410 
467 
350 
394 
500 
389 
402 
423 
467 



603 
632 
673 
604 



1,050 
866 
980 
744 
352 
512 
592 
240 
68 
146 
164 
164 
481 
674 
524 



594 
175 
523 
293 
415 
363 
310 
378 



22 
"2! 



441 
97 
191 
75 
16 
45 
10 
89 
84 



62 
58 
14 
71 
73 
28 

104 
62 
5i 
79 

113 



27 

60 

119 

40 



b2 
144 

212 
290 

66 
119 
218 

69 
108 
142 
142 
145 
119 

71 



82 
133 

38 
224 

19 

90 
204 

18 



74 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Jersey City, 

Jersey Shore, 

Jerseytown, 

Jerusalem, 

Jerusalem, 

Jerusalem, 

JESSAMINE,... . 
Jessup's Landing, . . 
JO. DA VIESS, . . . 

Jolmsburg, 

Johnsburg-, 

Johnson, 

Johnson, 

[JOHNSON, 

I Johnson, 

I Johnson, 

JOHNSON, 

1 Johnsonville, 

: Johnston, 

Johnston, B 

\ JOHNSTON, 

! Johnstonville, 

I Johnstown, 

Johnstown, 

' Johnstown, 

, John's Town, 

; John's Town, 

John's Town, 

Johnsville, 

: Johnsville, 

\JONES, 

JONES, 

.TONES, 

j Jonesboro', 

^ Jonesboro', 

j Jonesboro' , 

Jonesborough, 

; Jonesburg, 

j Jones Town, 

Jonesville, 

Jonesville, 

Jonesville, 

Joppa, 

Joppa, 

Jordan, 

JUNIATTA,:.. .. 

Juniatta, 

Junius, 

KALAMAZOO, . . . 

KANAWHA 

Kanawha Salt Works, 

Karthaus, 

Kaskaskia, 

Keating, 

Keene, 

Keene, 

Keene, 

KeesvUle, 

Kellogsville, c 

Kelly 

KeUy's Ferry, P.O.. 



tsh. 
c. t. 



County, . 
t 



County,. . 
tsh. and t. 
t 



Class. 



borough, . 
t 



tsh , 

tsh , 

County, . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 

t 

t 

tsh. and c. t. 

t. 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

County,. . 
County, . . 
County,. . 



County. 



Bergen, 

Lycoming, . . . 
Columbia, . . . . 

Queens, 

Yates, 

Southampton,. 



Saratoga, 



Warren, . . . . 
Caledonia,. . . 
Champaign, . 
Gibson, . . . . , 



Knox, . 
Ripley, 



Iowa, 

Franklin, . . 
Providence, 



Randolph,.. . 
Columbia,. . . . 
Montgomery,. 

Cambria, 

Sussex, 

Licking, .... 
Trumbull, ... 
Madison, . . . 
Dyer, 



t. 
t 



c. 
c. 

t 

c. t 

t 

c. t 

t 

c. t 

t 

t 

t 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 



t. .. 
c. t. 
tsh. 
c. t. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. ., 
tsh. 



and t. 



Perry, 

Seneca, . . . , 



Kanawha,. . 
Clearfield, . . 
Randolph, . 
McKean, . , 
Cheshire, . . 

Essex, 

Coshocton, . 
Clinton, ... 
Cayuga, . . . 
Union, .... 
Rhea, . . . . 



State. 



Jefferson, .... 
Washington, . 

Union, 

Washington, . 

Camden, 

Lebanon, .... 

Lee, 

Surry, 

Hillsdale 

Harford, 

Camden, 

Onondaga, . . . 



N.J. 

Pu. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 
v'a. 
Ken. 
N. Y. 
U. 

N. Y. 
Vt. 

o. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

M. T. 

Vt. 

R. L 

N. C. 

N.C. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Del. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

N.C. 

Geo. 

Mi. 

Al. 

Ten. 

II. 

Me. 

N.C. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N.C. 

M. T. 

Md. 

N.C. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

M.T. 

Va. 

Va. 

Pa. 

II. 

Pa. 

N.H. 

N. Y. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Ten. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Tf 
Qe 
Re 
Uf 
Qd 

Qj 
Jl 

Uc 

Ed 

Tc 

V b 

Kf 

Gh 

Hg 
Gh 

Ig 
Fi 

Dd 

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Pk 

Ok 

Ud 

Td 

Pf 

Sh 

Lf 

Ne 

Sd 

Ej 
Qk 
K ra 
E o 
G m 

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Ei 

AZl 

Rj 
Rf 

Kj 

Nj 
Je 

Rg 

Rj 
R c 

Qf 

Of 

Rd 

Id 

Mh 

Mh 

Pe 

Di 

Pe 

Vd 

Ub 

Mf 

Ub 

Rd 

Rf 

Jk 



Popula- 
tion. 



2,783 



9,960 



2,111 

985 

1,592 

510 



4,019 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



1,596 



1,079 

2,113 

10,938 



7,700 



217 
400 



5,608 

13,345 

1,471 



810 



7,672 
2,205 
1,581 



9,326 



493 

2,374 

787 

611 



739 



224 
211 
198 
253 
321 
203 



D. fr. 

Cap. 

~58 
102 

89 
179 
192 

81 



437 



462 
544 
461 
712 



693 
551 



1,036 
549 

387 



336 
339 
415 
160 
113 
379 
292 
357 
879 



819 
429 
830 
736 
255 
136 
468 
194 
557 
56 
248 
345 



131 
342 



350 
219 
867 
285 
431 
515 
341 
523 
325 
175 
588 



50 



85 

35 

64 

151 



131 

79 



36 
5 



80 
35 
45 

1.38 
52 
33 
69 
96 

176 



40 
298 
154 
134 
194 

26 
392 
166 
108 

48 
189 
147 



44 
173 



308 
112, 

95 
188 

63 
138 

89 
140 
160 

60 
137 



CONSULTLNG INDEX. 



75 



Names of Places. 



A. 



Kelly vale, .... 

Kelso, 

Kcnipsville, 

Kenaruville, 

Kendall, 

Kenjua, 

Kcnjua, 

KENNEBEC K, ... 

Kennebunk, 

Kennebunk Port,. . . . 

Kennedysville, 

Kensington, F. 

Kensington, 

KENT, 

Kent, 

Kent, 

Kennet, 

KENT, 

KENT, 

KENT, 

Kernsvilje, . . . 
Kerr Town, . . 
KERSHAW,. 
Keysville, .... 
Key West,*or Allenton, 

Kilkenny, 

Kill Buck, 

Killingly, 

Killingworth, 

Kilmarnock, 

Kilmarnoc, 

Kiinbertown, 

Kinderhook, C. 

Kingfield, 

KING GEORGE, . . 
Kins George, C.H.. . 
KING <^ QUEEN, . 
Kins 4r Q"«en, C. H. . 

KINGS, 

Kingsboro', 

Kingsbury, 

Kingsbury, 

KingsessLng, .... D . 

Kingsport, 

Kingston, 

Kingston, 

Kingston, 

Kingston, North, .... 
Kingston, South, .... 

Kingston, 

Kingston, 

Kingston, A. 

Kingston, 

Kingston, 

Kingston, ...» 

Kingston, 

Kingston, 

Kingston, 



Class. 



tsh 

tsh 

t 

c. t 

t 

tsh 

t , 

County, . . , 

tsh 

tsh. and t. . 

t 

tsh 

t 

County, . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . 
County,. . . 
County, . . . 

t 

t 

District, . . 

t 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh. and t . 

tsh 

County, . . . 

c. t 

County, . . . 

c. t 

County, . . . 
t 



tsh. and t. . 

t 



tsh. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



c. t 

tsh. and c. t. 
t 



tsh. 
t. ., 



c. t 
t .. 
t .. 
c. t. 

t .. 



County. 



Orleans, 

Dearborn, .... 
Princess Ann, 

Duplin, 

Stark, 

Warren, 

Warren, 



York, 

York, 

Steuben, 

Rockingham, . 
Chautauque,. , 



Litchfield, 
Putnam, . . 
Chester, . . 



Xorthampton, 
Frederick, . . . 



Charlotte, .... 

Monroe, 

Coos, 

Holmes, 

Windham, . . . 
Middlesex, . . . 
Penobscot, . . . 
Lancaster, . . . 

Chester, 

Columbia, .... 
Somerset, .... 



State. 



Vt. 

In. 

Va. 

N. C. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Me. 

Me. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

R. L 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Del. 

Md. 

M. T. 



King George, 
King &. Queen, 



Montgomery, . . 
Washington, . . 
Lancaster, . . . . 
Philadelphia, . . 

Sullivan, 

Rockingham, . . 

Addison, 

Plymouth, . . . . 
Washington, . . 
Washington, . . 

Ulster, 

Middlesex, . . . . 

Luzerne, 

Somerset, 

Lenior, 

Morgan, 

Adams, 

Roane, 

Hopkins, 



Pa. 

Va. 

S. C. 

Va. 

F. T. 

X. H. 

O. 

Ct. 

Ct. 

Me. 

Va. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

V:i. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

S. C. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

R. I. 

R. I. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Md. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

Ken. 



Rff. 

Lftlcrs 



V b 
J? 

Qi 

Mf 
Oe 
Oe 

Y b 
Xc 
Xc 
Qd 
Xd 
Od 
W e 
Ue 
Ue 
S& 
^g 

I d 

Sf 

NM 
Pi 

W b 

Lf 

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Ve 

Za 

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Sf 

Ud 

Xb 

Qh 

Qh 

Ri 

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Uc 

Nl 

s? 

W d 

Vb 

Xe 

We 

We 

Ue 

Tf 

Se 

Sh 

Qk 

K m 

Co 

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Popula 
tion. 



314 



225 



52,484 
2,233 
2,763 



717 



12,789 

2,001 

1,931 

1,145 

19,913 

10,501 



13,545 



425 
3,257 
2,484 

138 



2,706 

554 

6,397 



D fr. 
Wash 



574 
230 
227 
356 
325 
317 
327 



518 
520 
303 
468 
363 



318 
301 
103 



II. fr. 
Cap. 

~5T 
92 
124 
120 
110 
220 
230 



195 
81 



190 
1,454 
558 
340 
377 
326 
698 
153 
130 
357 
648 



11,644 



20,535 



2,606 



1,06b 



92! 

403 
1,.321 
3,037 
3,663 
4,170 



1,548 



78 



142 



419 
432 
455 
132 
425 
468 
495 
435 
389 
395 
313 
180 
223 
152 
316 
661 
1,164 
456 
752 



80 
82 

214 
45 

309 



61 

101 

71 



102 
163 



99 

560 

117 

74 

42 

49 

103 

90 

76 

17 

55 



88 



49 



49 

55 

60 

102 

290 

36 

34 

34 

31 

39 

58 

14 

115 

115 

80 

31 

UO 

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214 



* Key Wegt, or Allenton. is on Key West Island, one of the Florida keys. For its location, see 
the supplenientiry map of Florida. 



76 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Class. 



Kingston, 

Kingston, ■ 

Kingstown, 

Kings Town, 

Kingstree, 

Kingsville, 

KING WILLIAM, 
King William, C. H. 

Kingwood, 

Kingwood, 

Kinney's Corners, . . 

Kinsale, 

Kinsman, 

Kirby 

Kirkland, 

Kirkland, A 

Kirksville, 

Kirkwood, 

Kirtland, 

Kittaning, 

Kittaning, 

Kittery, 

Knox, 

Knox, 

KNOX, 

KNOX, 

Knox, 

Knox, 

Knox, 

Knox, 

KNOX, 

KNOX, 

KNOX, 

Knoxville, 

Knoxville, 

Knoxville, 

Knoxville, 

Knoxville, 

Knowlton, 

Kortright, 

Krebbsville, 

Lack, 

Lackawannock, . . . , 

Lackawaxen, 

Lafayette, 

Lafayette, 

LA FAYETTE, . 

LA FAYETTE, . 

Lafayette, 

Lafayette, 

La Fayette, 

LA FAYETTE, ... 

La Fayette, C.H..... 

LA FOURCHE, Int. 

La Grange, 

La Grange, 

Lagrange, 

La Grange, 

La Grange, 

La Grange, 

La Grange, 



tsh. 



c. t 

tsh 

County, . 

c. t 

tsh 

c. t 

t 

t 

tsh 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . 
County, . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . 
County, . . . 
County, . . . 

t 

c. t 

c. t 

t 

c. t 

tsh. and t. . 
tsh. and t. . 
t ■ 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. . 

t 

Parish, . . . 
County, . . . 

t 

tsh , 

c. t , 

County, .., 

c. t 

Parish, . . , 
tsh. and t. 

t 

c. t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh •. 



County. 



Delaware, . . . . 

Ross, 

Cumberland, . . 

Talbot, 

Williamsburg, 
Ashtabula, ... 



State. 



King William, . 
Hunterdon, . . . . 

Preston, 

Oswego, 

Westmoreland, 

Trumbull, 

Caledonia, . . . . 
Penobscot, . . . . 

Oneida, 

Livingston, . . . 

Belniont, 

Geauga, 

Armstrong, . . 
Armstrong, . . . 

York, 

Waldo, 

Albany, 



Columbiana, . 
Guernsey, . . . 
Holmes, . . . . 
Jefferson, . . . 



Frederick, . . . 
Crawford, . . . . 

Knox, 

Jefferson, . . . , 
Knox, . . . i . . , 
Warren, ... 

Delaware, 

Jackson, .... 
Juniatta, .... 
Mercer, .... 

Pike, 

Onondaga, . . 
Steuben, .... 



Wayne, . . . . 

Floyd, 

Tippecanoe, 

La Fayette, 



Dutchess, . . . 
Georgetown, 

Troup, 

Franklin, . . . 
Fayette, .... 
Oldham, . . . . 
Lorain, 



Ref. 
Letters 



o. 
o. 

Pa. 

Md. 
S.C. 

o. 

Va. 

Va. 

N.J. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

O. 

Vt. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Me. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In, 

II. 

Md. 

Geo. 

Ten. 

O. 

II. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

Mi. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

La. 

A. T. 

M. T. 

In. 

In. 

Mo. 

A. T. 

La. 

N. Y. 

S.C. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 



Lf 
Qf 

O m 

Ne 

Qi 

Qi 

Tf 

Og 

Sc 

Rh 

Ne 

Wb 

Za 

Sc 

Fi 

Mf 

Me 

Of 

Of 

Xc 

Yb 

Td 

Kj 

Kj 



Popula- 
tion. 



D.fr. 

Wash 



f 
f 
f 
f 
f 



M 
M 
L 

N 

L 

Gh 

Df 

Qg 

Jn 

Kk 

Nf 

Df 

Sf 

Td 

Fp 

Qf 

Ne 

S e 

Rd 

Rd 

Bq 

A m 

Kd 

Ih 

Hf 

Ah 

A m 

Dq 

Ue 

O m 

Im 

Gl 

Ek 

Ih 

L e 



582 
191 



1,038 
9,812 



2,898 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



720 

401 

249 

2,505 



2,205 
1,018 
1,632 

526 
2,202 

666 

2,189 

14,498 

4,315 

1,299 

265 

268 

2,035 

17,085 

6,525 

274 



136 

'2,827 
2,870 

674 
1,163 



2,560 



5,653 

748 



2,912 



5,503 
2,044 



2 
279 



392 
405 
107 

88 
488 
349 



25 
36 
12 
51 

86 
198 



120 
184 
183 
380 
138 
292 
552 
673 
373 
770 
291 
348 
212 
215 
495 
625 
394 



297 
326 
351 
271 



55 

702 
516 
271 
877 
217 
357 
1,071 
125 
267 
240 
331 
297 



518 
604 
643 



1,250 



322 

490 
752 

788 
854 
568 
380 



27 

30 

261 

175 

76 

184 

43 

78 

105 

232 

108 

151 

180 

183 

104 

52 

21 



136 

79 

70 

160 



93 

60 

199 

160 

188 

64 

68 

236 

52 

235 

148 

134 

191 



10 

109 

70 



182 



92 
142 
133 
135 
165 

35 
119 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



La Grang'C, 

La Grange, 

LA GRANGE, 

La Grange, 

Lake, 

Lake, 

Lake, 

Lake Pleasant, 

Lake Port, 

Lainbertsville, 

Lamar, 

Lainpiter, G. 

Lancaster, 

Lancaster, 

Lancaster, 

Lancaster, 

LANCASTER, 

Lancaster, 

Lancaster, 

LANCASTER, .... 

LANCASTER, 

Lancaster, 



tsh. 
t. .. 



County,. 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 



C.H. 



Lancaster, 
Lancaster, 
Lancaster, 
Lancaster, 
Lancaster, 

Laiidaff, 

Landgrove, B 

Landisburg, 

Lanesboro', 

Lanesboro', 

Lanesville, 

Langdon, 

Langsbury, 

Lanier, . . . ., 

Lansing, 

Lansingburg, 

LAPEER, 

LA PORTE, 

LA SALLE, 

Las Casas, 

Laselle, 

Lassellville, 

Latimore, E. 

LAUDERDALE, .. 

Laughery, 

Laughlin Town, 

Lauramie, 

LAUREL, 

Laurel, 

Laurel Hill, 

Laurel Hill, 

Laurel Town, 

Laurens, 

LAURENS, 

LAURENS, 

Laurensvillc, 

Laurensville, 

Lausanne, 

Lawrence, 



Class. 



County. 



Cass,. 
Cass, . 



tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



County, . . . . 
City and c. t, 

tsh 

County, . . . . 
District, . . . 
c. t 



c. t 

c. t 

tsh. and t. . 

c. t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. . 
County, . . . 
County, . . . 
County, . . . 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

County,. . . 



t. 



tsh 

County, 

tsh 

t 

t 



t 

tsh 

District, . 
County, . . 

t 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 



State. 



Lewis, . . . 
Logan, .... 

Stark, 

Wayne, . . . 
Hamilton, . 
Chicot, . . . . 
Hunterdon, 
Centre, . . . . 
Lancaster, . 

Coos, 

Worcester, . 
Chenango, . 
Seneca, . . . . 



Lancaster, 
Lancaster, 



Lancaster, . . 

Smith, 

Garrard, . . . . 
Fairfield, . . . 
Jefferson, . . . 
Lancaster, . . 
Grafton, . . . . 
Bennington,. 

Perry,. 

Berkshire, . . 

Anson, 

Floyd, 

Sullivan,. . . . 
Camden,. . . . 

Preble 

Tompkins, . . 
Rensselaer, . 



Rutherford, . . , 

Monroe, , 

Montgomery,. , 
Adams, 



Dearborn, 

Westmoreland, 
Tippecanoe, . . . 



Hocking, . . . . 
Richmond,. . . 
W. Feliciana, 

Sussex, 

Otsego, 



Otsego, 

Laurens, .... 
Northampton, 
St. Lawrence, 



M. T. 
M.T. 
In. 

;\io. 

O. 
O. 
O. 
N. Y. 

A. T. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

S.C. 

S. C. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

Va. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

N. C. 

Ken. 

N. H. 

Geo. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

M.T. 

In. 

II. 

Ten. 

M.T. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Al. 

In. 

Pa. 

In. 

Ken. 

O. 

N.C. 

La. 

Del. 

N. Y. 

S.C. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

S. C. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 



Kef. 

Letters 



He 
He 
le 

Cf 
K f 
M f 
Lf 
Tc 
C m 
Tf 
Qc 

W b 

Wd 

Sd 

Rd 

Rf 

Rf 

Rf 

Ri 

N 1 

Nl 

Ij 
J i 

111 
Ri 
W b 
V c 

Qf 

Ud 

N k 

Li 

Vc 

Lo 

Jg 
Rd 

Ud 

Kc 

He 

Fe 

Hk 

Ke 

T c 

Qg 

Gl 

Jg 
Of 

Hf 

Ki 

01 

Cp 

Sh 

Sd 

LI 

Kn 

Sd 

LI 

Sf 

Sb 



Popiila 
fioii. 



26U 



8.56 

1,2.36 

5J2 

266 



1,626 
,3,174 

1,187 
2,014 



76,631 

7,704 

585 

4,801 

10,361 



I), fr. 

Wash. 



654 
652 



D ft. 
Cap. 

180 
178 



458 
328 
3.5!) 
461 
1,1.50 
170 
20!) 
114 
558 
413 
344 
318 



570 
1,530 
1,130 



949 
385 



1,192 



606 



1,513 
4,020 
2,663 



1,011 
11,781 



2,206 
259 



2,231 

20,863 

5,589 



509 
1,097 



10!) 
107 



442 
685 
55!) 
372 
585 
145 
521 
448 
117 
374 
422 
434 
441 
730 
483 
313 
386 



678 

485 

427 

75 



527 
170 
628 



354 

498 
208 
505 



62 
125 

71 

82 
200 

16 
101 

40 
11' 

34 

98 
173 



378 
385 
1,193 
114 
354 



35 
34 



73 

67 

52 

28 

76 

83 

86 

94 

30 

132 

146 

153 

49 

199 

87 

170 

9 



28 
41 
57 
38 



102 

148 
55 



46 
99 
163 
57 
84 



84 

79 

lOS 

230 



G2 



78 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Lawrence, 

Lawrence, 

Lawrence, 

LAWRENCE, . 
LAWRENCE, . 
LAWRENCE, . 
LAWRENCE, . 
LAWRENCE, . 
LAWRENCE,. 

Lawrence, 

Lawrence, 

Lawrence, 

Lawrence, 

LAWRENCE, . 

Lawrence, 

LAWRENCE,. 
Lawrenceburg, . . 
Lawrenceburg, . . 
Lawrenceburg, . . . 
Lawrenceburg, . . 
Lawrenceburg, . . 
Lawrenceton, . . . , 
Lawrence Town, 
Lawrenceville, . . 
Lawrenceville, . . , 
Lawrenceville, . . 
Lawrenceville, . . 
Lawrenceville, . . 
Lawrenceville, . . 
Lawrenceville, . . 

Lawsville, 

Leacock, , 

Leaksville, 

Leavenworth, . . . 

Lebanon, 

Lebanon, 

Lebanon, 

Lebanon, 

Lebanon, 

LEBANON, . . . 

Lebanon, 

Lebanon, 

Lebanon, 

Lebanon, 

Lebanon, , 

Lebanon, 

Lebanon, 

Lebanon, 

Lebanon, 

Lebanon, 

Le BcEuf, 

Ledyard, 

Lee, 

Lee, 

Lee, 

LEE, 

LEE, 

Lee, 

Leeds, 

Leeds Town, . . . 
Leeds Town, . . . 



,B. 



,B. 



li 



Class. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 
County,. 
County,. 
County, . 
County, . 
tsh. . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



c. t. 
c. t. 

tsh. 
c. t. 



c. t. 



c. t. 
c. t. 



c. t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

c. t 



tsh. 
c. t. 



c.t. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
c.t. 



tsh. and c. t. 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



tsh. and t. 
County, . . 
County,. . 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 



County. 



Hunterdon, 
Clearfield, . 
Tioga, 



Lawrence, . . 

Stark, 

Tuscarawas, 
Washington, 



Marion, 



Armstrong, . . 
Lawrence, . . . 
Anderson, . . . 
Dearborn, . . . . 
Dearborn, . . . . 
Jefferson, . . . . 
Franklin, . . . . 
Hunterdon, . . 

Allegany, 

Tioga, 

Brunswick, . . 
Montgomery,. 
Gwinnett, . . . . 
Lawrence, . . . 
Susquehanna, 
Lancaster, . . . 

Greene, 

Crawford, . . . . 

York, 

Grafton, 

New London,. 
Madison, . . . . 
Hunterdon, . . 



Lebanon, . . . 
Lebanon, . . . 
Wayne, .... 
Russell, .... 

Wilson, . 

Washington, 

Meigs, 

Warren, .... 

Boone, 

St. Clair, 

Erie, 

Cayuga, 

Strafford, . . . 
Berkshire, . . 
Oneida, 



State. 



Athens, 

Kennebeck, . . . 
Frederick, . . . . 
Westmoreland, 



N.J. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
AI. 
Mi. 
A. T. 
Ten. 
Ken. 
O. 
O. 
O. 
O. 
O. 
In. 
In. 
II. 
Pa. 
Ken. 
Ten. 
In. 
In. 
Mo. 
Va. 
N.J. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Va. 
N. C. 
Geo. 
II. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Mi. 
In. 
Me. 
N. H. 
Ct. 
N. Y. 
N.J. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Va. 
Ten. 
Ken. 
O. 
^O. 
In. 
II. 
Pa. 
N. Y. 
N. H. 
Mas. 
N. Y. 
Va. 
Geo. 
O. 
Me. 
Va. 
Va. 



Ref. 


Popula- 


Letters 


tion. 


Tf 


1,430 


Pe 


683 


Qe 


906 


Gl 


14,984 


Do 


5,293 


t^i 


2,806 


Gk 


5,411 


Lh 


3,900 


Lh 


5,367 


Lh 


192 


Mf 


1,108 


Mf 


602 


Mg 


413 


Hh 


9,234 


Iff 


423 


Gh 


668 


Qe 




Gk 




Jh 


297 


Jff 




Jff 




Dh 




Oi 




Tf 




Nf 




Qe 




Qi 




Nk 




J m 




Gh 




S e 


873 


Rf 


3,315 


Fo 




Hh 


192 


Xc 


2,391 


V c 


1,868 


Ve 


2,554 


Sd 


2,249 


Tf 


3,436 


Rf 


20,557 


Rf 


3,555 


Rf 


1,826 


Se 


285 


L,i 




H,j 




li 


384 


Mg 


259 


Jff 


1,1G5 


Hf 




Eh 




Ne 


554 


Rd 


2,427 


Wc 


1,009 


Ud 


1,825 


S c 


2,514 


Lj 


6,461 


Jo 


1,680 


Lg 


418 


Xb 


1,685 


Ph 




Rh 





D. fr. 
Wash. 



172 
201 
259 



406 
335 
321 
296 



566 



241 

758 
563 
522 
523 
884 
248 
172 
220 
261 
191 
382 
656 
702 
279 
116 
1,046 
628 
506 
489 
356 
351 
211 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



132 

134 
271 
394 
683 
594 
334 
468 
609 
831 
314 
327 
490 
361 
409 



353 

592 

73 

104 



6 
129 
153 



124 
116 
111 
114 



10 



201 
75 
12 

100 
98 

106 

170 
6 

198 

155 
69 

109 
93 
84 

171 
42 

171 

126 
99 
50 
27 

103 
47 



22 

24 

168 

330 

31 

59 

103 

83 

51 

59 

253 

171 

32 

123 

115 



82 

30 

141 

82 



CONSIT^TING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Leedsville, 

Leeksville, 

Leeksville, 

Leesburg, 

Leesburg, 

Leesburg-, 

Leesburg, 

Leesburg, 

Leesburg, 

Leesburg, 

Leesburg, 

Leesburg, 

LeesviUe, 

Leesville, 

Leesville, 

Leesville, P. O 

Lee Town, 

Lefargeville, 

LEHIGH, 

Lehigh, D. 

Lehighton, 

Lehman, 

Leicester, 



County,, 
tsh 



Leicester, 

Leicester, 

Leighton, 

Leipsic, 

Lemay's X Roads, P. O. 

Lemington, 

Lemon, B. 

Lempster, 

LENAWEE, 

LENOIR, 

Lenox, 

Lenox, 

Lenox, 

Lenox, 

Leominster, 

LEON, 

Leonard Town, 

Le Ray, 

Le Raysville, 

Le Roy, 

Le Roy, 

Letart, 

Letterkenny, 

LevEina, 

Levana, c . 

Levant, 

Leverett, 

Lewis, 

LEWIS, 

Lewis, 

LEWIS, 

LEWIS, 

Lewis, 

LEWIS, 

Lewisburg, 

Lewisburg, 

Lewisburg, 

Lewisburg, 



Class. 



c.t. 
t . 
t .. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
L .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



tsh. 



tsh. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. . . 



County, . . . 
County,. . . 

c. t 

tsh. and t.. 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



County, . . , 

c. t , 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. , 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



t 

County, . . . 
tsh. and t . 
County,. . . 
County, . . . 
tsh. . ." . . 
County, . . , 
t 



c. t 

t 

t. .. 



Count V. 



Randolph, .... 
Rockmgham,. 

Newton, 

Cumberland, . 

Loudon, 

Caswell, 

Washington, . 
Harrison, .... 
Woodford, . . . 
Highland,. . . 
Tuscarawas,. . 

Union, 

Campbell, . . . 
Lexington, . . . 
Lawrence, . . . 

Robeson, 

Jefferson, .... 
Jefferson, .... 



Northampton, 
Northampton, 

Luzerne, 

Addison, 

Worcester, . . . 
Li\-ingston, . . . 
Lawrence, . . . 

Kent, 

Granville, . . . . 

Essex, 

Butler, 

Sullivan, 



Berkshire, . . . 
Madison, . . . . 
Susquehanna,. 
Ashtabula, . . . 
Worcester, . • 



St. Mary's, , 
Jefferson, . , 
Jefferson, . 
Genesee, . . , 
Geauga, . . . 
Meigs, .... 
Franklin, . 
Cayuga, . . . 
Brown, . . . 
Penobscot, , 
Franklin, . 
Essex, .... 



Essex, . . . . , 



Brown, 



Union, 

Greenbrier, . 
Muhlenburg, . 
Preble, 



State. 



I Ref. 
Letters 



Va. 

N.C. 

Geo. 

N.J. 

Va- 

N.C. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

Va. 

S. C. 

In. 

N. C. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

.\1. 

Del. 

N.C. 

Vt. 

O. 

N. H. 

M.T. 

N.C. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O 

Mas. 

F. T. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.Y. 

O. 

O. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

O. 

Me. 

Mas. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

Mo. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 



Oh 

Mk 

Km 

Tg 

Qg 

Oj 

Lj 
Jh 

Jh 

K? 

Mf 

Kf 

Oi 

Mm 

Hh 

01 

Qg 
Sb 

Sf 

Sf 

Sf 

Re 

Uc 

Wd 

Pd 

Gl 

Sg 

Pj 
W b 

Jg 

Vc 

Je 

Qk 

Ud 

So 

Se 

Ne 

Wd 

Jp 

R h 

Sb 

Sb 

Pd 

Me 

Mg 

Qf 

Rd 

Kh 

Zb 

Vd 

W b 

Sc 

Ub 

Nh 

Kh 

Kh 

Bf 

Rf 

Ni 

Gi 

J? 



Popula- 
tion. 



138 



21 

225 

232 



2,225 
1,659 



231 

63;? 

1,782 

2,042 



1,362 

3,023 

999 

1,491 

7,723 

1,359 

5,039 

546 

244 

1,861 

6,494 

3,419 



3,902 
652 
517 

1,943 



90 
747 
939 



15,239 
1,305 
6,241 
5,229 
2,022 



914 



144 



i). fr. 
\Va.«h. 



229 
296 
673 
183 

31 
259 
434 
523 
543 
445 
297 
441 
225 
530 
618 
390 

71 
43^ 



U. fr. 
Cap. 

218 

116 

49 

90 
153 

72 
293 

28 
8 

62 
123 

45 
147 

30 

76 
104 
165 
188 



190 
192 
216 
463 
399 
351 
784 
119 
279 
590 
487 
458 



363 
353 
258 
321 
414 



63 
422 
422 
361 
340 
358 

99 
330 
483 
673 
395 
585 



508 



489 



172 
263 
705 
486 



97 
So 

106 
69 
45 

232 

131 

5 

27 

104 
90 
38 



133 
125 
150 
190 
41 



82 

156 

156 

234 

165 

109 

47 

172 

114 

78 

82 

99 



131 



122 



63 
221 
167 

90 



80 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Lewisbury,. . ,\ . . . . 

Levvisport, 

Lewis' Cross Roads, 

Lewiston, 

Lewiston, 

Lewiston, 

Lewistown, 

Lewis Town, 

Lewistowji, 

Lewisiown, 

Lewis Town, 

Lewisville, 

Lewisville, 

Lewisville, 

Lewisville, 

Lexington, 

Lexington, 

Lexington, 

Lexington, 

Lexington, 

Lexington, 

Lexington, 

LEXINGTON,.... 
Lexington, C.H. . . . 

Lexington, 

Lexington, 

Lexington, 

Lexington, 

Lexington, 

Lexington, 

Lexington, 

Lexington, 

Lexington, 

Leyden, 



Class. 



tsh. and t. 

t 

t 



t. 



tsh. and t. 

t 

t 

t 

c. t 

c. t 

District, . 
c. t 

t 

t 

t 



County. 



York, 

Harrison, . . . . 

Kent, 

Lincoln, 

Niagara, 

Montgomery, . 

Mifflin, 

Sussex, 

Lunenburg, . . 

Fulton, 

Jo. Daviess, . . 

Otsego, 

Kent, 

Brunswick, . . 

Chester, 

Middlesex, . . . 

Greene, 

Bucks, 

Erie, 

Lancaster, . . ■ 
Rockbridge, . 
Davidson, . . . 



c. 
c. 
c. 

t. ., 
t. ., 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. . 



and t. . . 
and c. t. 



Leyden, 
Liberty, 
Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, E . 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

LIBERTY, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, A. 

Liberty, A. 

Liberty, 



tsh. 
t. .. 



.and t. 



Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, West, . 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 



tsh. 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

t 

County, . 

t 

c. t 

t 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh. ... 
tsh. ... 



Lexington, . 
Oglethorpe, 
Henderson, . 
Fayette, . . . 
Highland,. . 
Richland, . . 

Stark, 

Scott 

Fayette, . . . 
La Fayette, 
Franklin, . . 
Lewis, . . . . 
Waldo, . . . . 
Sullivan,. . . 
Steuben, . . . 
Adams,. . . . 
Columbia, . . 

Tioga 

Bedford, . . . 
Randolph, . . 



Talbot, . . . 
Amite, . . . 
Smith, . . . 
Casey, .... 
Adams,. . . 
Butler, . . . 
Clinton, . . 
Crawford, . 
Delaware,. 
Fairfield, . 
Guernsey, 
Highland, 
Knox, . . . . 
Licking, . . 
Logan, . . . 
Trumbull, 
Union, . . . 



State. 



Fa. 

Va. 

Del. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Mo. 

Fa. 

Del. 

Va. 

II. 

II. 

N. Y. 

Del. 

Va. 

S. C. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N.C. 

S.C. 

s.c. 

Geo. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N.C. 

Geo, 

Geo. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

0. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Rf 

Ng 

Sg 
X b 
Oc 
Ch 
Of 
Sh 

Pj 
Df 

Dd 

Sd 

Sg 

Qj 

Ml 

Wd 

Td 

Sf 

Ne 

Rf 

Oi 

Mk 

Mm 

Mm 

Km 

Fk 

Jh 

Kg 
Lf 
M f 
Ih 

Eg 

Ag 

Vd 

Sc 

Yb 

Te 

Qd 

Qg 

Rf 

Qe 

Oi 

Ok 

Mo 

Jn 

Co 

Hj 

Ji 

Kh 

Jg 
Kg 
Lf 
Kf 

Lg 
Mf 

Kg 
Lf 
Lf 
Kf 

Ne 
Kf 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,549 
1,528 



1,480 



1,543 

2,548 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



9,065 



6,026 

80 

57 

869 



796 
1,502 

676 
1,277 



1,097 
1,111 

866 



1,233 



1,308 

1,730 
799 
655 
619 

1,462 
410 

2,567 
553 
303 



1,060 
469 



107 
256 
197 
577 
403 
932 
162 
127 
213 
854 
975 
346 
107 
200 
442 
432 
367 
168 
326 
120 
198 
362 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

10 

290 

8 

27 

277 

67 

55 

45 

91 

133 

311 

84 

13 

78 

66 

11 

50 

96 

265 

43 

156 

110 



512 
603 
840 
534 
442 
386 
303 
594 
784 
1,090 
406 
420 
624 
288 
313 
70 
170 
225 
223 
330 



74' 
1,156 
655 
597 
466 
503 
449 
414 
411 
374 
313 
441 
375 
372 
45 
284 
433 



12 

69 

130 

25 

47 

62 

132 

89 

10 

138 

105 

116 

30 

128 

216 

40 

60 

116 

145 

55 



105 

122 
59 
66 

107 
96 
60 
74 
15 
30 
85 
74 
39 
26 
60 

173 
37 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



81 



Names of Places. 



Liberty, 

Liberty, . . . .\ . 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty, 

Liberty Hill,. . . 
Liberty Hill, . . . 
Liberty Town, . 

Lick, 

LICKING, . . . 

Licking, 

Licking, 

Ligon, 

Ligonier, 

Lima, 

Lima, 

Lima, 

Limerick, 

Limerick, 

Limerick, 

Limington, 

Limestone, 

Limestone, 

Limestone, 

LBIESTONE, , 
Limestone, P. O. 

Lincklean, 

LINCOLN, .... 

Lincoln, 

Lincoln, 

Lincoln, 

Lincoln, 

LINCOLN, .... 
LINCOLN, .... 
LINCOLN, .... 
LINCOLN, .... 

Lincoln, 

LINCOLN, .... 

Lincolnton, 

Lincolnton, 

Lincolnville, . . . . 

Linden, 

Linn, 

Linneus, 

Linnville, 

Linton, 

Linville, 

Lionel, 

Lipona, 

Lisbon, 

Lisbon, 

Lisbon, 

Lisbon, 

Lisbon, 

Lisbon, 

Lisbon, 

Lisburn, 

Lisle, 



.B 



Class. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. 



.D, 



.H. 



t 

t 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



tsh. and t. 
tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t... 



tsh 

t 

tsh 

County, . 



tsh 

County, . 
t 



t. 



t 

County, . 
County,. , 
'County, . , 
County, . . 

tsh 

County, . . 
c. t 



c.t. 

t. .. 



c.t. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 



tsh. 



tsh. 



County. 



Delaware, . . , 
Hendricks, . . . 

Henry, 

Parke, 

Shelby, , 

Union, , 

Union, 

Clay, 

Edgefield, . . . 
Kershaw, . . . , 
Frederick, . . , 
Jackson, 



Licking, 

Muskingum, . , 

Amelia, 

Westmoreland, 
Livingston, . . . 

Lioking, 

La Grange, . . . 

York 

Jefferson, 

Montgomery,. . 

York 

Columbia, . . . . 

Perry, 

Warren, 



Buncombe, . 
Chenango, . 



Penobscot, 
Grafton, . . 
Addison,. . 
Middlesex, 



tsh. and t. 



Delaware, . . . 

Lincoln, 

Lincoln, 

Waldo, 

Marengo, . . . . 

Lehigh, 

Washington, . 

Lehigh, 

Coshocton, . . . 

Licking, 

Hardiman, . . . 
Jefferson, . . . . 

Lincoln, 

Grafton, 

New London,. 
St. Lawrence, 

Greene, 

Lincoln, 

Clark, 

Cumberland, . 
Broome, 



State. 



In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Mo. 

S. C. 

S. C. 

Md. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

Va. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

O. 

In. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Me, 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Al. 

N. C. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

Me. 

N.H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N C. 

Geo. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

Mo. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Me. 

Al. 

Pa. 

Me. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

Ten. 

F. T. 

Me. 

N.H. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

O. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 



Re I". 

Letters 



Lf 

Hg 
I f 

Gg 

Ig 

Jg 

Jg 

ZAg 

L m 

Nl 

Qg 

Lg 

f 

f 
f 
i 

f 
d 

g 



L 
L 
L 
P 
O 

Q 
L 

le 

Xc 

Rb 

Sf 

Xc 

Re 

Qf 

Oe 

Gl 

Lk 

Sd 

Yb 

Za 

Vc 

Vb 

Wd 

Mk 

L m 

Hk 

Ji 

Lf 

Cg 

Mk 

L m 

Yb 

Gn 

Sf 

AZ 

Sf 

Mf 

Lg 
Ek 

Jp 

Xb 

Wb 

Ve 

Sb 

Og 
L m 

Kg 
Rf 
Rd 



Popula 
tion. 



870 



764 

20,869 

859 

866 



1,916 

1,764 

412 



1,419 



1,744 

2,317 

540 



267 
14,807 



1,425 

57,183 

404 

50 

639 

709 

22,455 

6,145 

22,075 

11,002 

226 

4,059 



1,702 



1,747 

48 



889 
37 



2,423 
1,472 
1,161 
1,891 



42 
4,378 



D.fr. 
Wash 



540 
591 
544 
658 
569 
523 
516 
1,142 
580 
488 
55 
387 



362 
348 
173 
174 
340 
378 
616 
538 
419 
150 
541 
178 
123 
313 

522 
336 



723 
538 
504 
425 



401 



430 
570 
639 
914 
186 
771 
186 
331 
354 
840 
911 
568 
528 
368 
483 
214 
560 
428 
110 
305 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

"65 
20 
57 
86 
36 
80 
77 
190 
84 
54 
83 
74 



30 
46 
51 

151 

213 
18 

198 
85 

168 
75 
89 
68 
62 

240 

261 
110 



128 
65 
29 
16 



37 



169 

100 

51 

78 

81 

176 

81 

87 

33 

149 

15 

27 

86. 

44 

211 

205 

103 

32 

13 

140 

J 



82 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Litchfield, 

Litchfield, D. 

LITCHFIELD, ... 
Litchfield, 



Litchfield, 

Litchfield, 

Litchfield, 

Litchfield, 

Lithopolis, 

Litiz, 

Little Beaver, 

Little Britain, 

Little Compton, . . . . 

Little Creek, 

Little Creek, 

Little Egg Harbour, 

Little Falls, 

Little Mahanoy,. . . . 

Little Piney, 

Little Plymouth, . . . 

Little Prairie, 

Little River Lick, . . 
I.ITTI.I: HOCK, 

Littleton, 

Littleton, I . 

Littleton, P. O 

Little Valley, 

Little York, 

Livermore, A. 

Liverpool, 



Liverpool, 

Liverpool, 

Liverpool, 

Liverpool, 

Liverpool, 

LIVINGSTON, 

Livingston, 

Livingston, 

Livingston, 

LIVINGSTON, 
LIVINGSTON, 
Livingstonville, . 

Livonia, 

Locke, 

Lochport, ■ 

Lockport, 

Lodi, 



Lodi, 

Lodi, , 

Lodi, 

Lodi, 

Logan, . . . . , 
LOGAN, . . , 
Logan, C. H. 
LOGAN, . . . 
LOGAN, . . , 
Logan, . . . . , 
Logan, . . . . , 
Logan, . . . . , 

Logan, 

Logansport, 



.A. 



Class. 



County,. 



c. t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 



Hundred, 
Hundred, 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

c. t 



t.'. 
t. . 
t. . 



Capital, 

t , 

t 



tsh. and t. 

t 

t 

t 



tsh. and t. 

t 

t 



t 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



Parish, . 
County, . 
t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



tsh. 
t. ., 
tsh. 
t. . 



and t. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
c. t 



County, . 
County,, 
c. t.. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



County. 



Lincoln, 

Hillsborough, . 

Litchfield, . . . 
Herkimer, . . . 
Bradford, .... 

Jackson, 

Grayson, .... 
Fairfield, .... 
Lancaster, . . . 

Beaver, 

Lancaster, . . . 
Newport, .... 

Kent, 

Sussex, 

Burlington, . . 
Herkimer, . . . 
Northumberl'nd 
Crawford, , . . 
King & Queen, 
Tazewell, .... 

Sevier, 

Pulaski, 

Grafton, 

Middlesex, . . . 

Warren, 

Cattaraugus, . 

Meade, 

Oxford, 

Onondaga, . . . 

Perry, 

York, 

Yazoo, 

Columbiana,. . 
Medina, 



Columbia,. 
Essex, . . . . 
Madison, . 



Schoharie, . 
Livingston,. 
Cayuga, . . . 
Niagara, . . . 
Niagara, . . . 

Erie, 

Seneca,. . . . 
Seneca, . . . . 
Bergen,. . . . 
Athens, . . . . 
Centre, . . . . 



Logan, 



Hocking, . 
Lenawee, . 
Dearborn, . 
Fountain, . 
Cass, 



State. 



Me. 
N. H. 

Ct. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

A. T. 

Ken. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

R. L 

Del. 

Del. 

N. J. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Mo. 

Va. 

II. 

A. T. 

A. T. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

N. C. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Mi. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Mi. 

La. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N, Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

O. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

M. T. 

In. 

In. 

In. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Yb 

Wd 

Ue 

Ue 

Sd 

Re 

C k 

Hi 

Lgr 

Rf 
Of 

W e 

S? 
Sh 

Tg 

T c 

Rf 

Bi 

Ri 

Ef 

ZAm 

B 1 

Wb 

Wd 

Qj 
P d 

Hi 

Xb 
R 

Qf 

R f 

Dn 

N f 

Le 

Qd 

Ud 

Tf 

Dn 

Dp 

Fi 

T d 

Qd 

Rd 

Pc 

Pc 

O d 

R d 

Rd 

Tf 

Lg 
Qf 
Mi 
Mi 

Hj 
Kf 

Lg 
Je 

Jg 
Gf 

Hf 



Popula- 
tion. 



2,308 

494 

42,858 

4,458 

1,750 

493 



166 
161 



1,825 
2,537 
1,378 
1,870 
3,207 
1,490 
2,539 
564 



1,433 

947 



336 
2,453 
1,104 



136 

401 

27,729 

2,087 

1,150 



5,971 



2,665 
3,310 
2,022 
3,823 



D. fr. 
Wash 



583 
454 



324 
391 
252 
1,020 
661 
386 
117 
263 
81 
425 
106 
108 
189 
399 



989 

150 

807 

1,256 

1,068 

542 

428 

240 

321 

624 

598 

346 

139 

95 

1,078 

280 

362 



336 

225 
1,066 



1,786 



1,356 

277 

603 

3,680 



13,012 

6,440 

97 



367 
354 
315 



403 
350 
313 
313 
219 
342 
199 



D. ft. 

Cap. 

12 
26 



383 



501 



370 

502 
5011 
668 
642 



31 

83 

143 
98 

110 
14 
43 

241 
58 
26 

113 
58 
59 
73 



97 

57 

43 

186 

ioe 

25 

73 

299 
86 
25 

137 
29 
16 
43 

170 

124 



38 
59 
31 



32 
217 
153 



277 

295 

175 

175 

53 

82 

92 



324 



47 
73 
81 
95 
113 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



83 



Name8 of Places. 



,D. 



.N. 
.B. 
.E. 



.0. 



Logtown, 

Lonibardy Grove, . . 

London, 

London, 

London Bridge, .... 
London Britain, . . M 
Londonderry, . 
Londonderry, . 
Londonderry, . 
Londonderry, . 
Londonderry, . 
Londonderry, , 
Londonderry, . 
London Grove, 

London Town, 

Longacomingf, .... 

Long Meadow, 

Long Swamp, 

LORAIN, 

Loraniies, 

Lordstown, 

Loretto, 

Lorctto, 

Lorrain, 

Lost Creek, 

Lost Creek, 

Lost Prairie, 

Lottsville, 

Loudentown, 

Loudon, 

LOUDON, 

Loudonsville, b 

LOUISA, 

Louisa, 

Louisa, C.H. 

Louishurg, 

Louisiana, 

Louisville, 

Louisville, 

Louisville, 

Louisville, 

Louisville 

Lovell, 

Loveville, 

Lovinsston, 

Lowell, 

Lower, 

Lower Alloway's Cr'k. 

Lower Alton, 

Lower Chanceford, . . 
Lower Chichester, H 
Lower Dublin, ...E. 
Lower Mahanoy,. .C. 
Lower Mahantango, . 
Lower Makefield, . D . 
Lower Marlborough, . 
Lower Merion, . . . H. 
Lower Mount Bethel, 
Lower Nazareth, . . E . 

Lower O.xford, 

Lower Paxton, . . .C. 



Class. 



t. .. 
t. .. 
c. t. 



c. t 
t. . 
tsh 
t. . 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 
tsh 



t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 



County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



t. .. 

tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



County, . 



County, . 
c. t 



0. t. 



c. t. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



c. t. 



c.t. 



t .. 

tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsii. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



County. 



Delaware, . . . . 
Mecklenburg, . 

Laurel, 

Madison, 

Princess Anne, 

Chester, 

Rockingham,. . 
Windham, . . . . 

Bedford, 

Chester, 

Dauphin, 

Lebanon, 

Guernsey, 

Chester, 

Ann Arundel, . 
Gloucester, . . . . 
Hampden, . . . . 
Berks, 



Shelby 

Trumbull, . 
Cambria, . . 

Essex, 

Jefferson, . . 
Miami, . . . 

Vigo, 

La Fayette, 
Warren, . . . 
Franklin, . . 
Merrimack, 



Richland, 



Lawrence, ... 

Louisa, 

Franklin, . . . . . 

Pike, , 

St. Lawrence,. 
Jefferson, .... 

Pike, 

Blount, , 

Jefferson, 

Oxford, , 

Knox, 

Nelson, 

Middlesex, . . . . 
Cape May, . . . . 

Salem, 

Madison, .... 

York, 

Delaware, . 

Philadelphia, . 
Northumberl'd. 
Schuylkill, . . . , 

Bucks, 

Calvert, , 

Montgomery,. , 
Northampton, , 
Northampton, , 

Chester, 

Dauphin, .... 



State. 



Pa. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

Va. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

Pa. 

Md 

N.J. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

O. 

In. 

A. T. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Va. 

O. 

Va. 

Ken. 

Va. 

N. C. 

Mo. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

Me. 

Ten. 

Va. 

Mas. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

II. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 



Ref. 
Lptters 



Pj 

Ji 
Rj 

Wd 
Vc 

P? 

Rf 
Rf 
Mf 

Rh 

T? 
Vd 
Sf 
Kf 
J f 
Nc 
P f 
Qh 
Sc 

J? 

Gg 

A m 
Oe 

Gg 
Wc 

Q? 

Lf 

Qi 
Lh 
Qh 

Pj 

Cg 

Sb 

L m 

lo 

J k 

Ih 

Xb 

Jk 

Pi 

Wd 

Th 

Sg 

Dh 

Rg 
Sff 
Sf 
Rf 
Rf 
Tf 
Rh 
Sf 
Sf 
Sf 

Rg 

Rf 



Popiila- 
tion. 



15 
250 



518 
1,467 
1,.302 
726 
606 
1,822 
1,876 
1,720 
1,150 



1,257 

1,695 

5,696 

402 

405 

71 

1,727 
997 



1,642 

21,9.39 

51 

16,151 

87 



1,076 



10,.341 

697 



6,474 

995 

1,222 



1,051 
465 
2,705 
1,740 
1,234 
1,344 



2,524 
2,666 
1,204 
1,020 
1,371 



D.fr. 
Wash. 



118 
237 
55H 
423 
233 
96 
455 
446 
131 
102 
121 
120 
300 
97 
35 
1.53 
359 
162 



483 
293 
184 
92 
425 
464 
649 
1,240 
332 
102 
481 



359 



435 
110 
255 
935 
497 
044 
902 
537 
590 
557 
530 
160 
439 
114 
180 
848 

90 
116 
148 
147 
151 
163 

68 
150 
199 
191 

94 
114 



D. ir. 

Cap. 



bO 

115 

102 

27 

130 

73 

25 

90 

115 

62 

11 

15 

102 

68 

2 

45 

79 

71 



86 
149 
137 

69 
145 

68 

76 
172 
259 

63 



12'; 
54 
30 

140 

231 
52 

186 

204 
52 
67 

185 

118 
25 

112 
74 
67 
49 
92 

110 
37 
41 

110 
51 
93 

112 

9!t 

64 

4 



84 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



LowerPeachTree.P.O. 
Lower Penn'sNeck,B . 
Lower Providence, . I . 
Lower Salford, . . . G . 
Lower Sandusky, .... 

Lower Saucon, 

Lowe's, P. O 

Lowhill, B.. 

LOWNDES, 

LOWNDES, 

LOWNDES, 

Lowndes, C. H, 

Lowreytown, 

Lowville, 

LoyaJsock, B. 

Loyd) 

Lubec, 

Luce, 

Lucasville, 

Lucto, 

Ludlow, 

Ludlow, 

Ludlow, 

Ludlowville, 

Lumberland, 

Lumherton, 

Lumberville, 

LUMPKIN, 

Lumpkin, 

Lunenburg, 

Lunenburg', 

LUNENBURG 

Luray, 

Lurgan, 

Luzerne, 

LUZERNE, 

Luzerne, E. 

LYCOMING 

Lycoming, C. 

Lykens, 

Lyman, 

Lyman, 

Lyme, 

Lyme, 

Lyme, 

Lyme, 

Lynchburg, 

Lynchburg, 

Lyndeboro', E. 

Lyndon, 

Lyndon, 

Lynesville, 

Lynn, 

Lynn, 

Lynnfield, D . 

Lyons, 

Lvsander, 

MACAUPIN, 

Macaupin Point, P. O. 

Macedon, 

Machias, 



Class. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 
tsh. 



tsh 

County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
c. t 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 

t. 



tsh. . . . 
t .. . . 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

c. t 

t 

County,. 

c. t 

t 

t. 

County, . 

t 

tsh 

tsh. . . . 
County, . 
tsh. . . . 
County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t . . . . 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 



Wilcox, 

Salem, 

Montgomery,. 
Montgomery, . 
Sandusky, . . . 
Northampton. 
Robertson, . . . 
Lehigh, 



Lowndes, .... 
Northampton, 

Lewis, 

Lycoming, . . . 

Essex, 

Washington, . 

Spencer, 

Scioto, 

Mercer, .... 
Washington, . 
Windsor, . . . . 
Hampden, . . . 
Tompkins, . . . 

Sullivan, 

Robeson, .... 
Bucks, 



tsh. and c. t 
tsh. and t. . . 
County, . . . . 



tsh. 
tsh. 



County. 



Stewart. . . . 
Essex, . . . . 
Worcester, . 



Shenandoah, 
Franklin, . . . 
Warren, . . . . 



Fayette, . . 



Lycoming, . . . 
Dauphin, . . . . 

York, 

Grafton, 

Grafton, 

New London, . 
Jefferson, . . . . 

Huron, 

Campbell,. . . . 

Lincoln, 

Hillsborough, . 
Caledonia, . . . 
Cattaraugus, . 
Granville, . . . . 

Essex, 

Posey, 

Essex, 

Wayne, 

Onondaga, . . . 



Montgomery, . 

Wayne, 

Cattaraugus, . 



State. 



Al. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Mi. 

Al. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Me. 

In. 

O. 

Ken. 

O. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. C. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Va. 

Va. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Me. 

N. H. 

N. H. 

Ct, 

N. Y. 

O. 

Va. 

Ten. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

N. C. 

Mas. 

In. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

N. Y. 

II. 

II. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Go 

Sf 
Sf 
Ke 
Sf 

Gj 

Sf 

Kg 

Hn 

Fm 

Hn 

Sf 

Sc 

Qe 

Ri 

BZt 

Gi 

Kh 

Ji 

Mg 

V b 

Vd 

Rd 

Te 

01 

Sf 

Jl 

Jn 

Wb 

Wd 

Pj 
Ph 

Qf 
Uc 
Re 

Og 

Qe 

Qe 

Rf 

Xc 

Wb 

Vc 

Ve 

Rb 

Le 

Oi 

Hk 

Wd 

Vb 

Pd 

Pj 

Xd 

Gh 

Wd 

Qc 

Re 

Eg 

Eg 

Qc 

Pd 



Popula- 
tion. 



994 

1,193 

830 

351 

2,308 



808 
2,453 
9,410 
3,173 



2,334 



1,535 
'"'45 



431 
1,227 
1,327 



953 



1,585 

1,317 

11,957 



1,252 
1,362 

27,379 
1,636 

17,636 



1,636 
1,503 
1,320 
1,804 
4,084 
2,873 
648 
4,630 



1,147 

1,822 

271 



6,138 



617 
3,603 
3,228 
1,990 



1,989 
735 



D. fr. 
Wash 



943 
171 
141 
157 

428 
187 
742 
182 



882 
215 
436 
203 
97 
775 
694 
423 
575 
289 
465 
368 
310 
268 
380 
175 



562 
424 



105 
103 
432 



209 



203 
142 
518 
535 
499 
338 
425 
410 
198 
702 
457 
545 
319 
253 
441 
745 
442 
345 
367 



773 
354 
329 



D.fr. 
Cap. 

129 
60 
84 
84 
103 
97 
23 
82 



131 

115 

132 

94 

62 

173 

164 

79 

22 

123 

82 

71 

173 

123 

94 

124 



76 
41 



136 
39 
55 



194 



95 

28 

87 

93 

55 

39 

174 

103 

120 

62 

35 

43 

374 

65 

9 

169 

11 

181 

158 



51 
201 

283 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



85 



Names of Places. 



Machias, East, 

Machias, West, 

Machias-Port, 

Mackinac, 

Mackinaw, 

Mackville, 

MACOMB, 

Macomb, 

MACOiY, 

Macon, 

MACON, 

MACON, 

Macungy, 

Madawaska Settlem't* 

Madbury, C. 

Madison, 

Madison, 

MADISON, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Madison, G . 

MADISON, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

MADISON, 

Madison, 

MADISON, 

MADISON, 

MADISON, 

MADISON, 

MADISON, 

MADISON, 

Madison, C. 

Madison,' 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Madison, B. 

I\Iadison, 

Madison, 

Madison, A. 

Madison, 

MADISON, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

Madison, 

MADISON, 

MADISON, 



County, . 
t 



Class. 



t. . . 
c. t. 
t .. 
c. t 
c. t 
t. .. 



County, . 

c. t 

County,, 
c. t 



County,. 
County, . 
tsh 



County,. 



tsli. and t. 

tsh 

County, . . 
c. t 



County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . . 
tsh. and c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . . 
County,. . . . 



County. 



Washington, . 
Wasiiington, . 
Washington, . 
Michillimackinac 
Tazewell, . . . 
Franklin, . . . 



McDonough, 
Bibb,'. . .".V.V 



Lehigh, , 

Penobscot, . . . 
Strafford, . . . 
Somerset, ... 
New Haven,. 



Greene, . . 
Madison, . 
Columbia, . 



Madison, . . . . 
Rockingham,. 



iMorgan, ■ 



Butler, 

Clark, 

Columbia,. . . . 
Fairfield, . . . . 

Fayette, 

Franklin, .... 

Geauga, 

Guernsey, . . . . 
Hamilton, . . . 
Highland, . . . . 
Jackson, . . . . 

Licking, 

Montgomery, . 
Muskingum, . 

Perry, 

Pickaway, . . . 
Richland, . . . . 
Scioto, , 



Jefferson, . . . . 
Montgomery,. 
Putnam, • • • • . 

Pike, 

Morgan, 



State. 



Me.j 

Me. 

Me. 

M. T. 

II. 

Geo. 

M. T. 

II. 

N.C. 

Geo. 

Al. 

II. 

Pa. 

Me. 

N.H. 

.Me. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 

N.C. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

F. T. 

Al. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

0. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 



AZ 
AZ 
AZ 

J a 

Ef 

KI 

Ld 

Df 

K k 

Kn 

To 

Fg 
Sf 



Ref. 
F^otters 



Xc 

Yb 
Vc 
Sd 
Ud 
Sd 
Re 
P h 
Ph 

Oj 

K 1 

K m 

Kp 

HI 

Dn 

Ek 

Ji 

Kg 

Jg 

Kg 

Nf 

Lg 
Kg 

Lg 
Me 

Mf 

Jg 
Kg 
Lh 
Lf 

Jg 
Lf 

Lg 

Lf 

Lf 

If 

Ih 

Hf 

Gg 
Gh 

Hg 
Eh 
Di 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,065 
1,021 

688 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



2,413 
5,333 



1,122 
3,317 
2,487 
510 
1,272 
1,809 
39,038 



2,544 
1,454 
9,236 



4,646 



525 

27,990 

4,973 

11,594 

18,751 

6,190 

2,230 

1,163 

1,280 

904 
1,477 
1,746 
1,898 

942 

284 
1,609 

438 

743 
1,245 

589 
1,058 

976 
2,138 

836 
2,238 



6,221 
2,371 



751 
743 

748 
847 
790 
589 



914 



67' 



1S5 
884 
494 
633 
322 



342 
357 

196 



96 
306 



648 



490 
436 
286 
369 
412 
386 
346 
304 
490 
427 
380 
359 
466 
346 
353 
390 
380 
410 



576 
622 
619 
686 
603 



U. fr. 
Tap. 



149 
141 
146 
321 
140 
104 



192 
35 



87 
289 
36 
34 
53 



31 

95 
89 



110 
122 



44 



93 
40 

164 

31 

35 

6 

173 
93 

106 
68 
84 
35 
70 
77 
47 
12 
71 
79 



85 
49 
47 
124 
13 



* For the location of this settlement, see the supplementary map of the north part of Maine, 
is on the St. John's river, near the mouth of the Madawaska. 



It 



H 



86 



CONSULTING INDEX, 



Names of Places. 



Class. 



Madisonville, 

Madisonville, 

Madisonville, 

Madisonville, 

Madrid, 

Mad River, A . 

Mad River, 

Magaughey's T 

Magnet Cove, P.O. . . 

Magnolia, 

Mahanoy, Lovi^er, .C. 
Mahanoy, Upper, . . . 
Mahantango, Lower, . 
Mahantango, Upp'r. C 

Mahoning, F. 

Mahoning, 

Mahoning, A. 

Mahonoy, 

Maiden Creek, . ..G. 

Maidstone, 

Makefield, Lower, . D . 
Makefield, Upper, .L. 

Malaga, 

Malaga, 

Maiden, J. 

Malone, 

Malta, 

Malta, a. 

Mamakatting, 

Mamaroneck, ....C. 

Manallen, 

Manallen, 

Manahocking, 

Manayunk, 

Manchester, J. 

Manchester, 

Manchester, F. 

Manchester, 

Manchester, 

Manchester, A. 

Manchester, 

Manchester, East, .F. 
Manchester, West, L . 

Manchester, 

Manchester, 

Manchester, 

Manchester, 

Manchester, 

Manchester, 

Manchester, 

Manchester, 

Manchester, b. 

Manchester, 

Manchester, 

Manchester, 

Mandana, c. 

Manheim, 

Manheim, I. 

Manheim, 

Manheim, 

Manlius, 



t. .. 
t. .. 
c. t. 
c. t. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



, and t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 

t 

tsh. and c. 
tsh. and t. . 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t , 

t , 

t 

t 

c. t 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 



County. 



Madison, .... 
St. Tammany, 

Monroe, 

Hopkins, .... 
St. Lawrence, . 

Clark, 

Champaign, . . 
Rockingham, . 
Hot Springs, . 

Leon, 

Northumberl'nd 
Northumberl'nd 
Schuylkill, . . 
Schuylkill, . . 
Columbia, . . . 
Indiana, .... 

Mercer, 

Schuylkill, .... 

Berks, 

Essex, 

Bucks, 

Bucks, 

Gloucester, .... 

Monroe, 

Middlesex, . . . . 

Franklin, 

Saratoga, 

Morgan, 

Sullivan, 

West Chester, . 

Adams, 

Fayette, 

Monmouth, . . . 
Philadelphia, . . 
Hillsborough,. . 
Bennington, . . . 

Essex, 

Hartford, 

Oneida, 

Ontario, 

Wayne, 

York, 

York 

Baltimore, . . . . 

Brooke, 

Chesterfield, . . 

Sumpter, 

Yazoo, 

Clay, 

Adams, 

Morgan, 

Stark, 

Dearborn, . . . . 

Morgan, 

St. Louis, 

Onondaga, 

Herkimer, . . . . 
Lancaster, . . . . 

Schuylkill 

York, ...,,>.. 
Onondaga, , . . . 



State. 



Mi. 

La. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

Va. 

A. T. 

F. T. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Vt, 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

O. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Va. 

Va. 

S.C. 

Mi. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Dn 

Dp 

Jk 

Gi 

Sb 

Kg 

Kf 

Ph 

Al 

Jp 

Rf 

Rf 

Rf 

Rf 

Re 

Of 

Ne 

R f 

Sf 

Wb 

Tf 

Tf 

Sg 

Mg 

Wd 

Tb 

Ud 

Mg 

Te 

Uf 

Qg 
Qg 

Tg 

Sf 

Wd 

Uc 

X d 

Ve 

Sc 

Qd 

Se 

Rf 

Kg 

Rg 

Nf 

Qi 

Nm 

On 

Ki 

Kh 

Mg 

Mf 

Ig 
Dg 
Dh 



R 
T 
R 
R 

Rg 
Re 



d 
c 
f 
f 



Popula- 
tion. 



112 
3,459 
1,034 
1,731 



1,738 
1,742 
1,234 
1,150 
1,796 
1,640 
2,368 



1,350 

236 

1,344 

1,517 



945 
2,010 
2,207 
1,517 
83 
3,070 

838 
2,063 
1,103 



877 
1,525 
1,236 
1,576 



2,811 

183 

2,212 

1,269 



59 
160 
831 

66 



1,937 
1,361 
2,140 
1,361 
7,375 



D. fr. 

Wash 



1,014 
1,166 
561 
738 
495 
444 
450 
136 
1,120 
914 
145 
147 
156 
157 
175 
199 
275 
190 
151 
576 
163 
171 
164 
302 
437 
523 
409 
340 
277 
248 
85 
196 
197 
143 
460 
434 
455 
344 
392 
342 
293 
93 
87 
68 
264 
123 
497 
1,081 
558 
460 
332 
340 
533 
837 
876 
330 
406 
119 
171 
88 
342 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

49 

37 

168 

200 

227 

47 

54 

114 

52 

18 

31 

33 

46 

44 

65 

157 

233 

82 

60 

76 

110 

133 

58 

142 

5 

212 

32 

70 

99 

161 

46 

187 

73 

98 

21 

98 

23 

8 

105 

201 

191 

18 

24 

60 

390 

1 

41 

62 

115 

110 

78 

124 

89 

115 

114 

155 

66 

39 

55 

21 

120 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



87 



Names of Places. 



Mannington, C- 

Manor, 

Mansfield, B. 

Mansfield, 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



Mansfield, 

Mansfield, 

Mansfield, 

Mansjield, 

Manshae, 

Mansville, 

Mantua, 

Mantua, 

Mapletown, 

Maplevillc, 

Maramec, 

Marathon, 

Marblehead, 

Marbletown, 

Marcellus, 

Mardistille, 

Marjraretta, 

MARENGO 

Marianna, 

Mariaville, North, . . . 
Mariaville, South, . . . 

Mariaville, 

Marietta, 

Marietta, 

Marion, 

MARION, 

Marion, 

MARION, 

Marion, 

MARION, 

Marion, 

MARION, 

MARION, 

MARION, 

Marion, 

Marion, 

MARION, 

Marion, 

Marion, 

Marion, 

Marion, 

Marion, 

Marion, 

MARION, 

MARION, 

Marion, 

Mnrionville, 

Marksville, 

Marlboro', 

Marlboro', 

MARLBORO' 

Marlboro', C. H. . . . . 

Marlboro', 

Marlboro', 

Marlboro,' Lower, . . 
Marlboro', Upper,. . . 
Marlborough, C 



Class. 



County. 



tsh 

tsh. and t. . . 

c. t 

t 

t 

tsh. and t . . 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh. and t. . . 

c. t 

tsh 

County, . . . . 

c. t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh. and c. t., 
tsh. and t. . . 
District, . . . 

c. t 

County, . . . . 

c. t 

County, . . . , 

c. t 

County, ... 
County,. . . 
County, . . 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t. 
County, . . . 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . 
County, . . . 

t 

c. t 

c. t 

t 

( 

District, . . 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh. and t. . 

t 

c. t 

t 



Salem, 

Lancaster, .... 
Chittenden, . . . 

Bristol, 

Tolland, 

Burlington, . . . 

Warren, 

Richland, 

E. Baton Rouge, 
Jefferson, .... 

Portage, 

Hamilton, . . . 

Greene, 

Bibb, 

Crawford, .... 
Cortland, .... 

Essex, 

Ulster, 

Onondaga, . . . 
Talladega, . . . 
Huron, 



Jackson, .... 
Hancock, . . . 
Hancock, . . . 
Hancock, . . . 
Lancaster, . . 
Washington, 
Wayne, .... 

Marion, .... 



Twiggs, 



Perry, . 



Clinton, 
Marion, 



Decatur,. . . 

Grant, 

Hendricks, . 
Lawrence, . 
Putnam, . . . 
Shelby, . . . . 



State. 



Cole 

Marion, 

Avoyelles, . . . 
Windham, . . . 
Hartford, .... 



Marlboro', . . . . 
Delaware, . . . . 

Stark, 

Calvert, 

Prince George, 
Cheshire, 



N.J. 

Pa. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

O. 

La. 

N. Y. 

O. 

II. 

Pa. 

Al. 

-Mo. 

N. Y. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Al. 

O. 

Al. 

F. T. 

Me. 

Me. 

Me. 

Pa. 

O. 

N. Y. 

S. C. 

S. C. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Al. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

Geo. 

La. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

s.c. 
s. c. 

O. 
O. 
Md. 
Md. 
N. H. 



Kef. 
Letters 



V b 

Wd 

Ve 

Tf 

Tf 

Lf 

Cp 

Re 

Me 

Fh 

Og 

Hn 

Ci 

Rd 

Xd 

Te 

Rd 

Hm 

Le 

Gn 

IP 
Zb 

Zb 

Zb 

Rg 

Mg 

01 

01 

Jn 

Kn 

Fl 

Gn 

Eo 

I k 

Kf 

Kg 
Kf 

Hg 

Ig 
If 

Hg 
Hh 

Hg 

Ig 
Eh 

Cg 

Bh 

Jn 

Bo 

Vd 

Ve 

01 

01 

Kf 

Mf 

Rh 

Rh 

Vd 



I'opula 
tion. 



1,726 

3,158 

279 

1,172 

2,661 
2,083 
3,303 

840 



949 



895 
5,149 
3,223 
2,626 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



U. fr. 
Cap. 



441 

7,700 



109 
162 
207 



1,915 

1,967 

11,208 



1,436 

4,058 



3,691 
5,508 
6,551 
552 
1,137 
7,192 



2,125 
4,837 



1,218 
704 

8,582 



503 
1,027 



822 



164 
102 
531 
417 
357 
163 
202 
380 
1,247 
390 
322 
756 
219 
839 
971 
322 
450 
313 
342 
765 
419 



676 
684 
691 
102 
304 
355 



424 


115 


679 


37 


865 


61 










453 
416 


76 
47 



568 
559 
597 
633 
607 
579 



995 
816 
1,24 
42a 
340 



426 
429 
311 

68 

18 

436 



58 

31 

25 

27 

21 

8 

46 

71 

105 

163 

137 

101 

201 

63 

101 

145 

18 

65 

143 

121 

119 



927 77 



81 
87 
93 
25 
106 
202 



62 
56 
24 
80 
35 
25 



15 

174 

240 

130 

16 



102 
33 

127 
51 
23 
63 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Marlborough, 

Marlborough, .... A 
Marlborough, East, D 
MarIborough,West, W 
Marlborougli, .... L . 

Marlow, 

Marple, Q. 

Marshall, 

Marshfield, 

Marshfield, 

Mars, 

Mars BlufF, P. O 

Marseilles, 

Marthasville, 

Martick, 

MARTIN, 

MARTIN, 

Martin Town, 

Martinsburg, 

Martin sburg, , 

Martinsburg, , 

Martinsburg, 

Martinsburg, 

Martinsburg, 

Martinsburg, a . 

Martinsville, 

Martinsville, 

Martinsville, 

Mary-Ann, B, 

Mary-Ellen, f. 

Maryland, 



Class. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 



Marysville, .... 
Marysville, .... 
Marysville, .... 
Marysville, .... 

Mashpee, 

Maskenonge, . . 

Mason, 

MASON, 

MASON, 

Mason, 

Masonboro', . . . 
Mason Hall, . . . 
Masonville, .... 

Massena, 

Massillon, 

Mattakeunk, . . . 
Mattawamkeag, . . . 
MATTHEWS,.... 

Matthews, C.H. 

Mauch Chunk, 

Maurice River, .... 

MAURY, 

Maxatawny, 

Maxfield, B 

Maxville, 

Mayfield, 

May/ield, 

Mayfield, 

Mayslick, 

Maysville, 



.D. 



tsh 

County, . 
County,, 
t 



t. 



County, . 
County, . 
tsh 



tsh 

tsh. and t. 
t 



County, .. 

c. t 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

County, . . 
tsh 



County. 



tsh. and c. 

t 

t 

c. t 

t 

t 

t 

c. t 

t 

c. t 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. 

t 

c. t 

c. t 

c. t 

tsh. and t. 
t 



Middlesex, . . 

Ulster, 

Chester, .... 
Chester, .... 
Montgomery, . . 
Cheshire, . . . 
Delaware, . . 

Oneida, 

Washington, 
Plymouth, . . 

Posey, 

Marion, .... 
Halifax, .... 
Montgomery, 
Lancaster, . . 



tsh. and t. . 

c. t 

tsh , 

t 



c. t. 



Edgefield, . . . , 

Lewis, 

Bedford, 

Washington, , 
Berkeley, . . . , 

Monroe, 

Holmes, 

Knox, 

Henry, 

Guilford, 

Morgan 

Licking, 

Warren, 

Otsego, 

Campbell, . . . . 
Charlotte, . . . . 

Blount, 

Union, 

Barnstable, . . . 

Iowa, 

Hillsborough, . 



Lawrence, ... 
New Hanover, 

Orange, 

Delaware, .... 
St. Lawrence, . 

Stark, 

Penobscot, . . . , 
Washington, . 



Matthews, . . . 
Northampton, 
Cumberland, . 



Berks, 

Penobscot, . . . 
Washington, . 
Montgomery, . 

Graves, 

Cuyahoga, . . . 

Mason, 

Chautauque,. . 



State. 



Mas. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

In. 

S. C. 

Va. 

Mo. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

In. 

S. C. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

Va. 

N. C. 

In. 

O. 

O. 

N.Y. 

Va. 

Va. 

Ten. 

O. 

Mas. 

M.T. 

N. H. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

N. C. 

N. C. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

O. 

Me. 

Me. 

Va. 

Va. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

Ten. 

Pa. 

Me. 

Ken. 

N.Y. 

Ken. 

O. 

Ken. 

N.Y. 



Ref. 

Letters 



W d 
Te 

Sg 
Sg 
Sf 
Vc 

Sg 
Sd 
Vb 
Xd 
Gi 
01 

Pj 

Ch 

l^ 

Qk 

Hh 
L ra 

Sc 
Pf 

Nf 

Qg 
ij 

Mf 

Lf 

Oj 

Oj 

Hg 

Lf 

Jg 

Td 

Ol 

Pi 

Jk 

Kf 

Xd 

Dd 

Wd 

Mh 

Kh 

Lh 

PI 

Oj 

Sd 

Tb 

Mf 

Za 

AZb 

R i 

R i 

Sf 

Tg 

Gk 

Sf 

Za 

li 

Tc 

Fj 
Me 
Kh 
Od 



Popula- 
tion. 



6,072 

2,273 

],252 

1,101 

952 

645 

781 

1,908 

1,271 

1,565 

450 



2,190 
8,539 
2,014 



2,382 



17 

240 



511 
64 

1,834 



142 



1,403 

6,534 

16,199 

358 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



1,145 

2,068 

359 

52 

7 

7,664 



1,362 

2,724 

27,665 

2,008 

186 

83 

2,609 

44 

332 



410 
296 
107 
104 
166 
450 
126 
362 
537 
444 
742 
447 
228 
916 
100 



562 
433 
134 
235 
71 
667 
336 
365 
299 
312 
603 
358 
463 
366 
225 
187 
532 
433 
466 
1,022 
439 



399 
419 
305 
330 
504 
327 
713 
748 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



184 
196 

182 



165 

706 
591 
424 
223 
359 
490 
349 



26 
88 
70 
66 
83 
39 
88 

110 
13 
37 

181 
98 

138 
95 
46 



62 
129 
112 

218 

172 

158 

85 

55 

207 

89 

30 

39 

78 

66 

147 

96 

197 

37 

78 

51 



120 
154 
50 
105 
236 
108 
118 
153 



100 

89 
85 



74 
111 

40 

54 
284 
151 

71 
336 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



8'J 



Names of Places. 



Maysville, 

Maysville, ■ 

Maysville, ■ 

McAllister, 

McArtlmr, 

Mc Arthurs Town,. . . 

McCaramon, 

IMcConncUburg, ... 
McConnclls Town, . 
McConnellsville, . . . . 
McDanielsville, P. O. 

McDonougli, 

McDonough, 

McDonough, 

McDONOUGH, ... 
McCRACKEN,.... 

McINJVSH, 

McKEAN, 

McKean, 

McKean, 

McKeansburg, .... a . 
McLeansville, 

McLean, 

McLeanshorough,. . . . 
McLemoresville, .... 

McMINN, 

McMinnville, 

McNAIRY, 

McPliersonviUe, 

Mead, 

Mead, 

MEADE, 

Meadow Land, 

Meadville, 

Meadville, 

Meadsville, 

MeansviUe, P. O 

Mecca, 

Mechanics, 

Mechanicsburg, 

Mechanicsburg, 

Mechanicsburg, 

Mechanics' Hall, . . . . 
^lechanic Town, . . . . 
Mechanicsville, 

Meohanicsville, 

Mechanicsville, 

Mechanicsville, 

Meeli^lcsville, 

MECKLENBURG,. 

MECKLENBURG,. 

Mecklenburg, 

Medfield, 

Medford, K, 

Medford, 

Medina, 

MEDINA, 

Medina, 

Medina, 

Medway, C 

Medway, 



Class. 



c. t. 



c. t. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
c. t. 



tsh. and t. 

c. t 

t 

County, . . 
County, . . 
County, . . 
County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



County, . 
t 



County, . 

c. t 

County, . 
t 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. ., 
t. ., 
t. ., 
t, .. 
t. .. 
t. ., 



t. 



County, . 
County, . 



County. 



Buckingham,. , 

Mason, 

Clay,.. 

Dauphin, .... 

Logan, 

Athens, 

Martin, 

Huntingdon, . 

Bedford, 

Morgan, 

Spartanburg, . 
Chenango, . . . 

Hcnr}', 

JetTerson, .... 



State. 



Erie, 

Licking, 

ichuylkill, . . . 
Jackson, 



Hamilton, . 
Carrol], . . . 



Warren, 



Beaufort, . 
Crawford, . 
Belmont, . . 



Suffolk, 

Crawford, . . . 
Franklin, . . . 
Halifax, .... 

Union, 

TrumbuU, .. 
Holmes, .... 

York, 

Cumberland, . . 
Champaign, . . . 

Moore, 

Frederick, . . . . 

Saratoga, 

Dutchess, 

Rockland, 

Montgomery,. . 
Darlington, . . . 



County, . . . . 
tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

t 

t 



Knox, 

Norfolk, . . . . 
Middlesex, . , 
Burlington,. . 
Orleans, . . . , 



Medina, . 
Warren, 
Norfolk, , 
Clark, . . 



Va. 

Ken. 

II. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

S. C. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

II. 

Ken. 

Ceo. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

II. 

II. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

S.C. 

Pa. 

O. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Mi. 

Va. 

S. C. 

O. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

N. C. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Md 

S. C. 

Va. 

N.C. 

Ten. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

Mas. 

O. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Pi 

Kh 
Fh 
Rf 
Kf 

Hh 
Pf 

Qg 

Mg 

Ml 

Sd 

J m 

Dq 

Df 
Fi 
Mo 
Pe 

Nd 
Lf 
Rf 

Ij 

Ff 
Fh 

Fj 

J k 

Ik 

Fk 

Nn 

Ne 

Nf 

Hi 

Uf 

Ne 

Co 

Oj 
Ml 

N c 
M f 

R f 
Kf 
Ok 

Qg 
Ud 
U 
T 

Q 
o 

Pj 

Nk 
Kk 
Wd 
Wd 

Tg 

Pc 

Me 

Me 

Gf 

Wd 

Kg 



Fopiila 
tion. 



1). fr. 
Wash 



2,040 



809 



490 
267 



1,232 



1,297 

4,996 

1,439 

984 

743 



14,460 



5,697 



1,034 
1,478 
4,131 



1,094 



353 



554 

99 



162 
478 
760 
116 
461 
369 
645 
149 
93 
340 
484 
334 
687 
1,203 



U. fr. 

Cap. 



325 
372 
167 
661 



773 
832 



644 

604 
297 
285 



20,477 
20.073 



817 
1,755 



7,560 
622 



1,756 
17 



286 
297 
1,139 
229 
477 
299 
335 

69 
105 
436 
369 

73 
395 
317 
251 

21 
431 



520 
414 
436 
154 
400 



357 
647 
409 
450 



87 

67 

46 

6 

66 

71 

106 

87 

70 

70 

102 

128 

85 



264 
32 
64 

103 



93 
118 



74 

138 
236 
134 



212 

236 

105 

139 

87 

176 

80 

42 

11 

39 

83 

82 

18 

91 

132 

58 

94 



204 

18 

4 

29 

365 



111 
74 
23 
54 



H8 



90 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Meigs, 

MEIGS, 

Meigs, 

Meigsville, A. 

Memphis, 

Mendham, 

Mendon, 

Mendon, 

Mendota, 

Mentor, 

Mentz, 

Melmore, 

Mercer, 

MERCER, 

Mercer, 

Mercer, 

MERCER, 

MERCER, 

MERCER 

Mercersburg, 

Mercury, 

Meredian Springs,P.O. 

Meredianville, 

Mereditli, 

Meredith, 

Meredosia, 

Meriden, A . 

Merion, Upper, . . .T. 
Merion, Lower, . . H . 

Merom, 

MERRIMACK, .... 

Merrimack, 

Merritt's Town, 

Merrittsville, 

MERRIWETHER,. 

Mertz Town, 

Mesopotamia, 

Metal, 

Methuen, E. 

Mexico, B. 

Mexico, 

Mexico, 

Mexico, 

MIAMI, 

Miami, 

Miami, 

Miami, 

Miami, 

Miami, 

Miami, 

MIAMI, 

iMiami, 

Miamisburg, 

Miamisport, 

Micco Town, 

Michigan, 

Michigan Town, . . . . 

Michigan City, 

MWmLLIMji CKIJ^M, 
Michillimackinac, . . . 
Middle 



Class. 



tsh 

County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. 

t 

tsh. and t. 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

County, . . 

tsh 

c. t 

County, . . 
County, . . 
County, . . 

t 

t 



tsh. and t.. 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

County, ... 
t 



County, . 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t. 

t 

t 



County, . 

tsh 

tsh 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

t 



c. t. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County, . 

tsh 

tsh 



County. 



Adams, . 



Muskingum, . 

Morgan, 

Shelby, 

Morris, 

Worcester, ... 

Monroe, 

Jo. Daviess, . . 
Geauga, 

Cayuga, 

Seneca, 

Somerset, .... 



Butler, . 
Mercer, 



Franklin, 

Greene, 

Hindes, 

Madison, 

Strafford, 

Delaware, . . . . 

IMorgan, 

New Haven, . . 
Montgomery, . . 
Montgomery,. . 
Sullivan, 



Hillsborough, . 

Fayette, 

Greenville, ... 



Berks, . . . 
Trumbull, 
Franklin, . 
Essex,. . . . 
Oxford, . . . 
Oswego, . . 
Juniatta,. . 
Callaway, . 



Greene, 

Clermont, . . . . 
Hamilton, . . . 
Hamilton, . . . 

Logan, 

Montgomery, . 



Cass, 

Montgomery,. 

Cass, 

Hamilton, . . . . 

Clinton, 

Clinton, 

La Porte, . . . . 



Michillimackinac 
Cape May, . . . 



State. 



O. 

o. 
o. 
o. 

Ten. 

N.J. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

II. 

O. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Me. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

O. 

II. 

Pa. 

Mi. 

Mi. 

Al. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

II. 

Ct. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

In. 

N.ll. 

N. H. 

Pa. 

S. C. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

O. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Mo. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

0. 

In. 

F. T. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

N.J. 



Ref. 
Letters 



h 



e 
b 
e 



K 
L 

M 

Mi 

Dk 

Tf 

Wd 

Qd 

Dd 

Me 

R d 

K 

Y 

N 

Ne 

Ne 

Ji 

Jf 

De 

Fm 

Dn 

HI 

VVc 

Td 

Dg 
Ve 

Sf 
Sf 

Gg 
W c 

Wd 

Og 

Lk 

J m 

Sf 

Me 

Qf 

Wd 

Xb 

Re 

Qf 

Ch 

Jf 

Kg 

Jg 

Jg 

Jg 

Kf 

Jg 
I f 

Hf 

Jg 
Hf 

Kp 

Hf 

Hf 

He 

Fa 
J b 

Tg 



I'upula 
tion. 



1,229 

6,158 

596 

684 



1,314 
3,152 
3,029 



703 

4,143 

77 

1,210 

19,729 

771 

941 

17,694 

1,110 

26 



2,683 
1,666 

1,708 
1,618 
2,524 



34,614 
1,193 



4,422 



562 
1,295 
2,006 

343 
2,681 



12,807 
782 

1,936 
113 

1,549 
8.25 

1,798 



877 



D. fr. 
Wash 



455 



450 
344 
915 
221 
398 
346 
994 
346 
345 
246 
625 



219 

267 



83 
1,030 
1,044 
733 
504 
348 
854 
318 
139 
150 
688 

"'451 
209 
533 



170 
327 
106 
449 
612 
384 
147 
950 



448 
478 
514 
514 
4^ 
3^ 



632 

474 
624 
822 
620 
625 
707 



1,366 



779 
104 



D. fr. 
Cap . 

96 



91 

77 

224 

55 

34 

209 

330 

162 

163 

80 

32 



87 
235 



71 

87 

9 

162 
23 
77 

133 
17 
87 
93 

115 

'25 
194 
117 



70 
168 
54 
25 
47 
152 
40 
36 



52 
96 
129 
129 
70 
71 



103 

82 
131 

76 
62 
67 

178 



253 

102 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



91 



Names of Places. 



Middle, 

Middleborougli, 

Middlebourn, 

Middlcbrook, 

Middleburg, 

Middlcburg, 

Middleburg, 

Middleburg, 

Middlcbury, 

Middlebury, 

Middlebiu-g, 

Middleburg, 

Middleburg, 

Middleburg, B. 

Middleburg, 

Middlefield, 

Middlefield, 

Middlefield-Centre, . . 

Middleford, 

Middle Paxton, . 

Middleport, 

Middlesmithficld, 
Middleton, 



Class. 



.E. 



Middleton, 

Middleton, 

Middleton, 

Middleton, 

Middleton, 

Middleton, 

Middleton, 

Middleton, North, . . . 
Middleton, South, .D. 

Middletown, 

Middletown, 

Middletown, . 
Middletown,. , 
Middletown, . 
Middletown, . 
Middletown, . 

Middletown, 

Middletown, I 

Middletown, 

Middletown, 

Middletown, 

Middletown, 

Middletown, 

Middletown, 

Middletown, 

Middletown, 

Middletown, 

Middletown, b 

Middletown, 

Middletown, 

Middletown Point, . . 

Middlesex, 

MIDDLESEX,.... 
MIDDLESEX,.... 

Middlesex, 

MIDDLESEX,. .. . 

Middlesex, 

MIDDLESEX,.... 



tsh 

t 

c. t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh. and t.. 

t 

tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 

t 



tsli. and t. 
t 



tsh 

borough, . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



t. 



t. 



County,. 
County, . 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

County,. 



County. 



Hendricks, . . . 
Plymouth, . . . 

Tyler, 

Augusta, .... 

Addison, 

New Haven, . . 
Schoharie, . . . 
Tompkins, . . . 

Genesee, , 

Tioga,. 

Frederick, ... 

Loudon, 

Hardiman, . . 
Cuyahoga, ... 

Knox, 

Hampshire, . . 

Otsego, 

Otsego, , 

Sussex, 

Dauphin, , 

Orleans, , 

Pike, , 

Strafford, 

Rutland, 

Essex, 

Newport, 

Adams, 

Fayette, 

Hyde, 

Columbiana,. . . 
Cumberland, . . 
Cumberland, . . 

Middlesex, 

Delaware, 

Orange, 

Monmouth, . . . 

Allegany, 

Armstrong, . . . 

Bucks, 

Dauphin, 

Delaware, 

Susquehanna, . . 
New Castle, . . . 
Frederick, . . . . 
Dorchester, . . . 

Harrison, 

Monongalia,. . . 

Sullivan, 

Jefferson, 

Butler, 

Guernsey, . . . . 

Crawford, 

Washington, . . 
Monmouth, . . . . 
Washington, . . 



Yates. 



State. 



Butler, 



In. 

Mas. 

Va. 

Va. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Va. 

Ten. 

O. 

O. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Del. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

R.I. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Del. 

Md. 

Md. 

Va. 

Va. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

N.J. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N. J. 

Pa. 

Va. 



Kef. 
Letters 



Xe 



g 
h 
b 
e 
d 
d 



N 
O 

u 
u 

T 
R 
Pd 
Qe 

O h 

Ek 

Mc 

Lf 

Vd 

T d 

Td 

Sh 

Rf 

Pc 

Se 

W c 

Uc 

Wd 

Wc 

Qf 
o 



R 

N 

Q 

^ 

Ve 

Td 

T e 

Tf 

Nf 

Of 

Tf 

Rf 

Sg 
Re 

Qg 

Sh 

Ng 

Og 

Lj 
Ih 

Jg 
Mf 

Hh 

Hh 

Tf 

Vb 

Wd 

Ve 

Qd 

Tf 

Nf 

Ri 



Popula- 
tion. 



5,008 



3,468 

816 

2,332 



2,416 
528 



145 

705 

720 

3,323 



1,241 



561 
91<( 
607 
915 



1,558 
1,936 



6,892 
2,383 



5,128 



2,187 



1,179 
683 



530 

126 

46 



1,156 
77,901 
24,844 

3.428 
23,157 

1,230 

4,122 



IJ. fr. 
Wash 



593 
426 
273 
174 
483 
314 
376 
296 
360 
260 
61 
46 
856 
366 
384 
380 
380 
378 
10 
118 
405 
225 
513 
447 
464 
404 
90 
197 
391 
278 
106 
98 
325 
338 
276 
221 
234 
202 
163 
102 
119 
277 
106 
51 
104 
220 
218 
405 
578 
487 
297 
622 
621 
213 
523 



323 



229 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

~20 
36 
.307 
132 
57 
33 
37 
169 
248 
154 
94 
143 
165 
128 
52 
111 
61 
59 
60 
8 
270 
124 
39 
82 
33 
25 
46 
184 
211 
148 
16 
15 
14 
79 
109 
56 
212 
168 
125 
9 
93 
169 
27 
84 
67 
287 
296 
331 1 
40 
90 
102 
107 
91 
47 
6 



194 



204 



92 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



.1, 



.G. 
,.B. 



Middleville, . 
MIDLAND, 
MIFFLIN, . 

Mifflin, 

Mifflin, 

Mifflin, 

Mifflin, 

Mifflin, 

Mifflin, 

Mifflin, 

Mifflin, 

Mifflin, 

Mifflin, 

Mifflinburg, . 
Mifflinburg, . 

Milan, 

Milan, 

Milan, 

Milan, 

Milbrook, . . . 

Milburn, 

Miles, 

Milesboro', . . 
Milford, .... 
Milford, .... 
Milford, .... 
Milford, .... 
Milford, .... 
Milford, ..., 

Milford, 

Milford, .... 
Milford, .... 
Milford, .... 
Milford, .... 
Milford, .... 
Milford, . . . 
Milford, .... 
Milford, . . . 
Milford, ... 
Milford, ... 
Milfordville, 
Millbuiy, . . 
Mill Creek,. 
Mill Creek,. 
Mill Creek,. 

Mill Creek,. 

Mill Creek,. 

IVIILLEDGEVIIjLE 

Milledgeville, . . 

Miller, 

MILLER 

Miller, C.H. .. 

Millersburg, . . 

Millersburg, . . . 

Millersburg, . . . 

Miller's Place, 

Miller's-Town, 

Miller's-Town, 

Miller'^-Town, 

Miller's-Town, 

MiUer's-burg, . 



County, . 
County,. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 



Class. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh. and t. . . 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh. and t.. . 

tsh 

tsh 

0. t 

tsh. and t. . . 
Hundred &t. 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 



County. 



Herkimer, 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. ., 



tsh 

Hundred, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

Capital, . . , 

t 

tsh 

County, . . 
c. t 



Allegany, 

Cumberland, 
Columbia,. . . 
Dauphin, ... 
Juniatta, .... 
Lycoming, . . 
Henderson,. . 
Franklin, . . . 

Pike, 

Richland, . . . 
Columbia, . . . 

Union, 

Coos, 

Cayuga, 

Dutchess, 

Huron, 

Wayne 

Somerset, 

Centre, 

Centre, 

Hillsborough,. . 
Worcester,. . . 
New Haven, . . . 

Otsego, 

Bucks, 

Juniatta, 

Pike, 

Somerset, 

Kent, 

Harrison, 

Shenandoah,. . . 

Madison, 

Butler, 

Clermont, 

Greene, 

Knox, 

Union, 

Otsego, 

Worcester, . . 

Erie, 

New Castle, . . . 
Coshocton, . . . . 

Hamilton, 

Union, 

Baldwin, 

White, 

Knox, , 



State. 



c. t. 



Miller, .. 
Berks, . . . 
Dauphin, 
Bourbon,. 
Suffolk, . . 
Lebanon, 
Lehigh,. . 
Perry, . . . 
Grayson, 
Holmes, . 



N. Y. 

M. T. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

Me. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Del. 

Va. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Del. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

Geo. 

Ten. 

O. 

A.T. 

A. T. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

O. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Popula- 
tion. 



Tc 
Jc 

Qf 
Of 

af 

Rf 
Rf 
Qf 
Qe 
Fk 
Lf 

Kg 

Lf 

Rf 

Qf 

W b 

Rd 

Ue 

Le 

Lf 

Yb 

Qf 

Qf 

Wd 

Wd 

Ue 

Sd 

Sf 

Qf 
Te 

Og 
Sh 

mg 

Ph 
Ji 

Jg 

Jg 

Kg 

Lf 

Kf 

Sd 

Wd 

Nd 

Sg 
Mf 

Jg 
Kf 

K m 

Ij 
Lf 

ZAm 

ZAm 

Rf 

Rf 

Jh 

Vf 

Rf 

Sf 

Qf 
Hi 
Mf 



D. fr. 
Wash 



14,323 
1,193 
1,423 
1,791 
1,570 



316 

563 

1,118 



678 
243 



1,886 

886 

53 

1,006 

1,055 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

410 84 



1,302 
1,360 
2,256 
3,025 
1,968 
1,537 



1,752 

2,448 



1,808 

337 

15 

478 

114 



1,611 

1,783 
3,181 

587 

3,359 

469 



548 
356 



470 



320 



242 
119 
186 
140 
150 
211 
853 
391 
424 
362 
190 
173 
578 
322 
324 
403 
347 
632 
201 
194 
446 
401 
292 
359 
172 
150 
249 
173 
102 
233 
92 
540 
495 
480 
452 
375 
428 
353 
39' 
331 
100 
346 
497 
425 
642 
623 
374 



1,296 
150 
137 
515 
286 
124 
170 
136 
673 
341 



218 
33 

76 

26 

43 

102 

143 

5 

65 

77 

80 

65 

111 

141 

66 

117 

49 

33 

93 

87 

29 

31 

43 

73 

84 

43 

157 

151 

20 

265 

148 

53 

104 

98 

51 

36 

32 

80 

41 

269 

52 

93 

108 

29 

"'88 
39 



228 
40 
23 
50 

212 
19 
li 
29 

122 
80 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



93 



Names of Places. 



Millcrsburg, .... 
Mill-Grove, P. O. 
Mill-Haven.P.O. 

Millheim, 

Millport, 

Millsborough, . . . 

Millsfield, 

Millsford, 

Mills' Point, .... 
Mill-Springs, . . . 
Millstone, P. O. . 

Millstone, 

Miiltown, 

Millville, 

Millville, 

Millville, 

Millville, 

Millville, 

Milner Town, . . 

Millwood, 

Milo 

Milo, 

Milton, 



Milton, 

Milton, 

Milton, 

Milton, 

Milton, 

Milton, 

Milton, P. O 

Milton, 

Milton, 

Milton 

Milton, 

Milton, 

Milton, 

Milton, 

Milton, 

Miltonsville, .... 

Miltonville, 

Mina, 

Minaborough, . . . 

Minaville, 

Minden, 

Minehead, 

Mineral Point, . . 

Minerva, 

Mincrvaville, . . . 
Minersville, .... 

Mincsink, 

Minot, 

Miranda, P, O. . . 

Mispilion, 

Mitchelltree, . . . 
Mitchcllsville,... 

MOBILE, 

Mobile, 

Mockville, 

Modest Town, . . 
Moffatsville,P.O. 
Mohecan, 



Class. 



t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t . 
t 



t. ., 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. ., 



t 

t 

tsh , 

borough, . 

t 

t 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



tsh. 

t. ., 



tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t. 

t 

t 



tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 

t. .. 



Hundred, 

tsh 

t 



County, . 
c. t 



t. 



t. .. 
tsh. 



County. 



Callaway, .... 

Cabarras, 

Scriven, 

Centre, 

Muhlenburg, . . 

Sussex, 

Coos, 

Ashtabula, .... 

Hickman, 

Wayne, 

Randolph, 

Somerset, 

Putnam, 

Tioga, 

Cumberland, . . 

Lincoln, 

Caldwell, 

Butler, 

Nanscmond, . . 
Frederick, .... 
Penobscot, .... 

Yates, 

Stratford, 

Chittenden, . . . 

Norfolk, 

Saratoga, 

Northumberl'nd 

Sussex, 

Caswell, 

Lawrens, 

Rutherford, . . . 

Jackson, 

Miami, 

Richland, 

Trumbull, .... 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Jefferson, 

Anson, 

Butler, 

Chautauque, . . . 
Chautauque, . . . 
Montgomery,. . 
Montgomery,. . 

Essex, 

Iowa, 

Essex, 

Richland, 

Schuylkill, .... 

Orange, 

Cumberland, . . 

Rowan, 

Kent, 

Martin, 

Frankhn, 



Mobile, 

Rowan, 

Accomack, . . . . 
Anderson, . . . . 
Wayne, 



State. 



Mo. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

Del. 

N. H. 

O. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

N.C. 

N. J. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

U. 

Va. 

Va. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Del. 

N.C. 

s. c. 

Ten. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

N.C. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

M. T. 

N.Y. 

S.C. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

N.C. 

Del. 

In. 

Ten. 

Al. 

Al. 

N.C. 

Va. 

S. C. 

O. 



Kef. 

Letters 



Bh 
Nk 
Mn 

Qf 
Gi 

Sh 
Wb 

Ne 

Ej 

Jj 
Ok 

Tf 

Ue 

Rd 

Sg 
Ilk 
Gi 

J? 
Kj 

Pg 
Za 

Qd 

Wo 

Ub 

Wd 

Oc 

Re 

S h 

Oj 
MI 
Hk 

Lg 
Jg 
Lf 

Me 
Mf 

Ig 
Ih 

Nl 

Jg 
Od 

Od 

Td 

Td 

Wb 

Dd 

Uc 

Nm 

Rf 

Te 

Xb 

Nk 

Sh 

Hh 

Hk 

Fp 

Fp 

Nk 

Si 

Li 

L f 



Fupula- 
tion. 



33 

74 



1,561 



196 



381 
3,610 
1,273 

2,097 
1,576 
3,079 
1,270 



546 

78 

1,156 

983 

843 



101 

1,388 



2,619 
150 



358 



4,979 
2,904 



3,221 



6,267 
3,194 



1,310 



D. Ir. 
Wash. 



979 
406 
642 
193 
728 
131 
593 
333 
868 
617 
328 
194 
297 
285 
176 
727 
772 
502 
214 

66 
698 
310 
508 
527 
429 
410 
176 
114 
251 
511 
675 
380 
470 
368 
319 
348 
523 
570 
424 
482 
342 
342 
404 
408 
586 
1,028 
469 
504 
179 
262 
575 
389 

94 
656 
660 



1,033 
369 
192 
556 
347 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

~44 

149 

136 

86 

190 

49 

126 

197 

338 

101 

55 

28 

110 

187 

79 

58 

235 

115 

90 

139 

103 

181 

38 

50 

7 

33 

6G 

32 

80 

63 

46 

79 

78 

80 

154 

96 

75 

83 

148 

95 

348 

348 

34 

67 

100 

"92 
11 
71 

121 
43 

128 
23 

111 
58 



226 
141 
228 
137 

74 



94 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Moira, 

Mombacus, 

Monaghan, G. 

Monday Creek, 

Mongoquinon, 

Monk's Corner, 

Monkton, 

Monmouth, 

MONMOUTH, 

Monmouth, 

Monongahela, D. 

MONONGALIA, . . . 

Monroe, 

Monroe, F. . 

Monroe, 

MONROE, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, B . 

Monroe, 

MONROE, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

MONROE 

Monroe, 

MONROE, 

MONROE, 

MONROE, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

MONROE, 

MONROE, 

Monroe, 

MONROE, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, ■ 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, A 

Monroe, 

Monroe, A 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

MONROE, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

MONROE, 

Monroe, 

MONROE, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 



Class. 



tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

t 

t 

t 

County, . . . 

c. t 

tsh 

County, . . . 

t 

t 

t 

County, . . . 
tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

County, . . . 
t 



County, . 
t 

County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
t 



c. t 

County, . 
County, . 

c. t 

County, . 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

c. t 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 



County. 



Franklin, 

Ulster, 

York, 

Perry, 

La Grange, . . 
Charleston, . 

Addison, 

Kennebeck, . . 



Warren, . 
Greene, . 



Waldo, 

Franklin, . . . 
Fairfield, . . . 



Orange, .... 
Bradford, . . . 
Cumberland, 
Fayette, ... 



Pittsylvania, . 
Southampton, 
Davidson, . . . 
Warren, 



Walton, 



Perry, . . . 
Washita, 



Overton, 



Hart, 

Adams, 

Ashtabula, . . 

Butler, 

Clermont,. . . 
Coshocton, . 
Guernsey, . 
Highland, . 
Holmes, ... 
Knox, . . . . 
Licking,. . . . 
Logan, .... 
Madison, . . 
Miami, 



Muskingum, 

Perry, 

Pickaway, . . 

Preble, 

Richland, . . . 



Monroe, 



Clark, . . . 
Morgan, . 



State. 



N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

In. 

S. C. 

Vt. 

Me. 

N.J. 

II. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Me. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

N. C. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

F. T. 

Al. 

Mi. 

Mi. 
La. 

A. T. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

M.T, 

M.T, 

In. 

In. 

In. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Popula- 
tion. 



Tb 
Te 
Rf 

Lg 

le 

Nm 

Ub 

Xb 

Tf 

Df 

Og 
Ng 
Xb 
Vd 
Ue 
Qc 
Te 
Re 
Qf 
Og 
N 1 
01 

Rj 

Nk 

Pj 
J m 

K m 

Go" 

Fm 

E o 

Bn 

CI 

Jk 

Ij 

Ij 

li 

Kb 

Ne 

Jg 
Jh 

Lf 

Mf 

Kg 
Lf 

Lf 

Lf 

Kf 

Kf 

Jg 

Mg 

Mf 

Lg 
Kg 

Jg 
L f 
Ke 
Ke 

Hg 
Ih 

Hg 



791 



1,214 
369 



1,384 

1,879 

29,233 



1,250 

14,056 

1,080 

265 

4,331 

49,855 

3,671 

987 

1,559 



D. fr. 
Wash 



7,798 



16,202 



517 

8,782 
3,861 



461 
13,708 



5,340 



807 

862 

119 

1,564 

120 

615 

24 

393 

437 

1,047 

767 

308 

1,076 

8,768 

486 

286 

765 

697 

1,070 

3,187 



6,577 



510 
296 
98 
363 
606 
511 
499 
590 



887 
217 



651 

410 
295 



D.fr. 
Cap. 

"225 
75 
14 

48 
181 
77 
46 
15 



198 
199 



59 

121 

50 



266 
233 
102 
191 



239 
214 
356 
214 



641 



1,058 
1,258 



622 



638 

460 

346 

474 

47' 

350 

309 

435 

345 

370 

379 

457 

416 

458 



117 

122 

14 

182 



161 
92 

113 
72 



72 



112 
323 



109 



103 

105 

198 

91 

116 

68 

93 

68 

76 

50 

18 

60 

20 

62 



325 
352 

404 
488 
373 



72 
58 
19 
92 
71 



490 



36 



590 
611 



98 
19 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



95 



Names of Places. 



Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

MONROE, 

Monroe, 

MONROE, 

Monroe, 

Monroe Works, 

Monson, 

Monson, 

Montague, 

Montague, 

MONTCALM, 

Montebello, 

Montevalla, 

Montezuma, 

Montezuma, 

Montezuma, 

Montgomery, 

Montgomery, A. 

MONTGOMERY,.. 

Montgomery, 

Montgomery, 

MONTGOMERY,.. 

Montgomery, 

Montgomery, . . . . K . 

Montgomery, 

MONTGOMERY, . . 
MONTGOMERY, . . 
MONTGOMERY, . . 

Montgomery, 

MONTGOMERY, . . 
MONTGOMERY, . . 

Montgomery, 

MONTGOMERY, . . 

Montcromery, 

MONTGOMERY, . . 
MONTGOMERY, . . 
Montgomery, ... .A. 

Montgomery, c. 

Montgomery, 

MONTGOMERY, . . 

Montgomery, 

Montgomery, 

Montgomery, 

MONTGOMERY, . . 
MONTGOMERY, . . 

Montitello, 

Monticello, 

Monticello, 

Monticello, 

Monticello, 

Monticello, 

Monticello, 

Montpelier, 

Montpelier, 

Montrose, 

Montville, 

Montvillc, 

Montville, 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 



County, . 



Class. 



t 

t 

t. 

tsh 

County,... . , 

c. t 

t 

t 

c. t 

t 

t 

t 

County, . . . , 
tsh. and t. . . 

tsh 

County, . . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

County,. .. , 
County, . . , 
County, ■ . . . 

t 

County, . . . , 
County,. . . . 

c. t 

County, . . . , 

c. t , 

County, . . . , 
County, . . . , 

tsh 

i 

tsh , 

County, ... 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 
County, ... 

0. t 

t 

c. t 

c. t 

c. t 

c. t 

c. t 

Capital, . . . 

t , 

t 

c. t 

t 

t 

t r. . 



County. 



Pike, 

Putnam, 

Washington, . 



Calhoun, . 



Lincoln, 

Orange, . . . . 
Somerset, . . . , 
Hampden, . . , 
Franklin, ... 
Sussex, 



State. 



Hancock, ... 

Shelby, 

Cayuga 

Covington, . . , 

Parke, 

Franklin, 

Hampden, . . . 



Orange, 

Somerset, ... 



Franklin, .... 
Montgomery, . 
Montgomery,. 



Hyde,. 



Montgomery,. . 
Morgan, 



Franklin, . 
Hamilton, 
Richland, . 



Gibson, . . , 
Jennings, , 
Owen, . . , 



Sullivan, 

Fai/field, 

Jasper, 

Jefferson, .... 

Pike, 

Lawrence, . . . 

Wayne, 

Washington, . 
Hanover, .... 

Baldwin, . 

Susquehanna,. 

Waldo 

New London, . 
Cayuga, 



In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

II. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

N.J. 

M.T. 

II. 

Al. 

N. Y. 

Al. 

In. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Va. 

N. C. 

N.C. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

N. Y. 

S. C. 

Geo. 

F. T. 

Al. 

Mi. 

Ken. 

Vt. 

Va. 

Al. 

Pa. 

Me. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 



Kef. 
Letters 



Gr 
Hg 

Hg 
Dh 
Dh 

Bg 

P h 

Te 

Ya 

Vd 

Vd 

Tel 

I e 

Cf 

Gm 

Rd 

Ho 

Gg 



Sf 

Qg 

Sf 
Sf 

Nl 

Nk 

Nm 

Ln 

Hn 

Hn 

Gj 

Jj 
Kh 

Jg 
Kg 

Jg 
Lf 

Gf 

Gh 

Ih 

S^ 
Eg 

Ch 

Te 

Ni 

K m 

Jp 

Ho 

Do 

Jj 
Vb 

Qi 

Go 

Se 

Yb 

Ve 

Rd 



Popula- 
tion. 



U. fr. in. ir. 
Wash. Cap. 



2,000 



411 

2,263 

1,152 

990 



460 



43,715 

3,885 

2,834 

39,406 

3,500 

9U 



19,816 
12,306 
10,919 



1,269 
12,695 



14,349 



10,240 

24,362 

2,932 

270 

1,531 

7,317 



1,238 



2,9.53 
3,902 



1,792 



1,743 
1,964 



674 126 



610 
613 



898 



904 
260 
684 
378 
395 
245 



925 
817 
350 
947 
649 
563 
361 



707 
576 
624 



278 
515 
668 
925 
909 
1,120 
607 
524 
112 
960 
271 
626 
360 
320 



38 

85 



117 



107 

117 

83 

73 

84 

87 



144 

59 

161 

187 
77 
63 

104 



276 
185 


95 
19 


80 
160 
160 


62 
100 
100 










358 


179 






859 


119 


568 


161 






394 

489 
364 


ioi 

82 



146 
64 
46 



113 

54 
35 

29 
179 

88 
110 

"'23 

184 

163 

26 

36 

157 



96 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



B. 



Montville, 

Montville, 

Moon, 

Moon, 

Moore, 

MOORE, 

Moorefield 

Moorfield, 

Moorfields, 

Moore's, 

Mooresburg^, 

Mooresburg-, 

Moore's Prairie, P. O. 

Moore's-Town, 

Mooresville, 

Moral, 

Moravia, 

Moreau, 

Moreland, 

Moreland, J. 

Moreland, F. 

Moretown, 

Morgan, 

Morgan, 

Morgan, C. 

MORGAN, 

MORGAN, 

MORGAN, 

MORGAN, 

MORGAN, 

MORGAN, 

Morgan, D . 

Morgan, 

Morgan, 

Morgan, 

Morgan, 

Morgan, 

MORGAN, 

Morgan, 

Morgan, 

MORGAN, 

Morganfield, 

Morganton, 

Morganton, 

Morgan Town, 

Morgan Town, 

Morgan. Town, 

Moi ganville, 

Moriah, 

Morning Sun, 

Morris, 

Morris, 

Morris, 

MORRIS, 

Morris, 

Morris, 

Morristown, A . 

Morrison's Bluff, P. O, 

Morristown, 

Morristown, 

Morrisville, 



Class. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 
tsh. and t. 

tsh 

c. t 



tsh. 
t. ., 

t. .. 



tsh. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



tsh 

County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
County,. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
c. t, . . . . 



c. t. 



c. t. 
c.t. 

t. .. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



tsh. and t. 
c. t 



c. t. 



County. 



Geauga, 

Medina, 

Allegany, 

Beaver, 

Northampton, 



Harrison, . . . . 

Clark, 

Hardy, 

Clinton, 

Columbia, . . . . 
Hawkins, . . . . 
Jefferson, . . . . 
Burlington, . . 
Limestone, . . . 

Shelby, 

Cayuga, 

Saratoga, . . . . 
Lycoming, . . . 
Montgomery, . 
Philadelphia, . 
Washington, . 

Orleans, 

Berks, 

Greene, 



Ashtabula, 
Butler, . . . 
Gallia,. . . . 
Knox, .... 
Morgan, . . 
Scioto, .... 



Harrison, 
Owen,. . . 



Union, 

Blount, 

Rhea, 

Monongalia, . 

Burke, 

Butler, 

Nottoway, . . 

Essex, 

Shelby, 

Greene,.. .. 
Huntingdon, 
Washington, 



Morris, 

Knox, 

Orleans, 

Pope, 

St. Lawrence,. 

Morris, 

Madison, 



State. 



O. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

O. 

o. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

II.- 

N.J. 

Al. 

In. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

Ken. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Va. 

N. C. 

Ken. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

O. 

Vt. 

A. T. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.Y. 



Ref. 
Letters 



M 
Me 

Nf 

Nf 

Sf 

Ok 

Mf 

Kg 

P? 

Ub 

Rf 

Kj 
Fh 

Tg 
Gl 

Ig 

Rd 
Uc 
Re 

Sf 
Sf 
Vb 
Vb 
Sf 
Ng 

Pg 
K m 

HI 

Jj 
K i 

Mg 

Ne 

Jg 

Lg 
Lf 

Mg 
Kh 
Hg 
Hh 

Hg 

Dg 
Gi 

Ik 

Ik 

Og 

M k 

Hi 

Qi 

Ub 

Ek 

Ng 

Pf 

Nf 

Tf 

Tf 

Lf 

Vb 

Ak 

So 

Tf 

Sd 



Popula- 
tion. 



226 
254 
1,042 
1,358 
1,853 
7,745 
1,414 
915 



1,222 



1,690 



2,044 
417 
815 
331 



1,723 
2,694 
12.046 
9,062 
2,582 
2,857 
11,800 

479 
1,965 

371 

652 
1,220 

369 
5,593 

849 



12,714 
295 



74 



1,742 
1,575 



2,040 

23,666 

3,536 

812 

1,315 



1,600 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



329 
353 
235 

247 
198 



290 
436 
128 
559 
181 
461 
787 
147 
740 



319 
425 
191 
152 
149 
516 
576 
133 
217 



325 
498 
370 
367 
341 
424 



614 

629 



743 
559 
604 
215 
453 
692 
178 
491 
894 
227 
156 
244 



217 
376 
546 
1,169 
457 
221 
353 



D. fr. 

Cap. 

178 
111 
213 
229 
105 



111 

40 
195 
182 

71 
254 

79 

30 
141 



162 

48 

81 

114 

111 

13 

59 

58 

216 



187 
111 
91 
45 
70 
79 



114 

52 



205 
180 
121 
293 
199 
141 
56 
114 
205 
226 
102 
231 



51 

46 

27 

101 

194 

55 

101 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Morrisville, 

Morrisville, 

Morristown, .... 

Mortonsville, . . . 

Morven, 

Morven, 

Moscow, 

Moscow 

Moscow, 

Moscow, 

Moscow, 

MOSQUITO,... 

Mottsville, 

Moulton, 

Moultonborough, 

Moultrieville, . . . 

Mound, 

Moundville, .... 

Mount- Airy,. . . . 

Mount- Airy, .... 

Mount Bethel, Lower, 

Mount Bethel, Up. I. 

Mount-Carbon, 

Mount-Carmel, 

Mount-Carmel, 

Mount-Carmel, 

Mount-Clemens, 

Mount-Clio, P. O 

Mount-Crawford, .... 

Mount-Croghan, P. O. 

Mount-Defiance, . . . . 

Mount-Desart, 

Mount- Eaton, 

Mount-Erie, 

Mount-Holly, 

Mount Holly, 

Mount Holly, 

Mount Hope, 

Mount Hope, 

Mount Horeb, 

Mount Joy, 

Mount Joy, J. 

Mount Maria, 

Mount Meigs, 

Mount Morris, 

Mount-Mourne, P. O. 
]\Iount-01ympus, . . . . 
Mount-Pisgal],P.O.. 

Mount-Pinson, 

Mount-Pleasant, 
Mount-Pleasant, 
Mount-Pleasant, 
Mount-Pleasant, 
Mount-Pleasant, 
IMount-Pleasant, 
Mount-Pleasant, 
Mount-Pleasant, 
Mount-Pleasant, 
Mount-Pleasant, 
Mount-Pleasant, 
Mount-Pleasant, 



Class. 



tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

County, . 

c. t 

c. t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 



tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh. and t. 



.B- 
.F. 



H. 



u .. 
ish. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t .. 



tsh. and t. 
tsh. aind t. 
tsh. and t. 

t 

t 

t .*.. 



County. 



Greene, .... 
Hickman,. . 
Belmont, . . 
Woodford, . 
Anson, . . . . 
Marion, . . . 
Somerset, . . 
Livingston, 
Fayette, . . . 
Hickman,. . 
Clermont, . . 



State. 



St. Joseph, . . . 
Lawrence, . . . 
Strafford, .... 
Charleston, . . . 
Wayne, .... 

Iowa, 

Smytli 

Bledsoe, .... 
Northampton, . 
Nortliampton, . 
SchuylkiU, .... 

Preston, 

Covington, .... 

Wabash, 

Macomb, 

Sumpter, 

Rockingham, . . 
Chesterfield, . . . 

Augusta, 

Hancock, 

Wayne, 

Coshocton, . . . . 

Rutland, 

Rutland, 

Burlington, . . . . 
Orange, 

Lawrence, . . . . 
Jasper, 

Adams, 

Lancaster, . . . . 

Pike, 

Montgomery,. . 

Livingston, . . . . 

Iredell, 

Madison, 

Iredell, 

Madison, 

West Chester, . 

Adams, 

Clearfield, 

Columbia, 

Lancaster, . . . . 

Union, 

Washington, . . 

Wayne, 

Westmoreland, 

New Castle, . . , 

Shenandoah, . 

Rockingham, . 



Ref. 

Letters 



Popula-j \i. fr. 
tion. \Va«li. 



764 
405 



196 
733 



1,422 



2,666 
2,241 



1,603 

214 

8 

1,318 

1,318 



9f)l 
2,106 



2,534 



4,932 

1,498 

715 



1,308 
1,258 
2,381 



85 



98 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Mount-Pleasant, .... 
Mount-Pleasant, .... 
Mount- Pleasant, .... 
Mount-Pleasant,. . . . 
Mount-Pleasant,. . . . 
Mount-Pleasant, . . . d 



.A. 



Mount-Pleasant, 

Mount-Pleasant, 

Mount-Pleasant, 

Mount-Pleasant, 

Mount-Prairie, 

Mount-Prairie, 

Mount-Prospect, 

Mount-Reserve, 

Mount-Richardson, P. 0, 
Mount-Salus, or Clinton, 
Mount-Sidney, . 
Mount-Sterlings, 
Mount-Sterling, 



,.F, 



P.O. 



Mount-Sterling-, . . . c 

Mount-Sterling, 

Mount-Tabor, 

Mount-Tirza,P.O... 

Mount-Upton, 

Mount-Vernon, 
Mount- Vernon, 
Mount-Vernon, 
Mount-Vernon, 

Mount- Vernon, 

Mount-Vernon, 

Mount- Vernon, 

Mount- Vernon, 

Mount-Vernon, 

Mount- Vernon, 

Mount- View, 

Mount-Washington, . 
Mount-Washington, . 
Mount- Washington, . 

Mount-Willing, 

Mount-Willing, P. O. 

Mount-Willing, 

Mount-Zion, 

Mount-Zion, 

Mount-Zion, 

Moyamensing, . . .G. 

Muddy Creek, 

MUHLENBURG, . . 

Mullica Hill, 

Mulberry, 

Muminasburg', 

Muncy, D. 

Muncy Creek, 

Muncy Town, 

Munfordsville, 

Munson, 

Munster, 

MundeT Hill, 

Murfreesboro', 

Murfreesboro\ 

Murray, 

MURRAY, 



Class. 



t. .. 
t .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
c. t. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
e.t. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



t. .. 
c. t. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



t. 



t. 

t. 
e.t. 
c.t. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t. .. 



t. 



t. 



t. 



tsh. . . . 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh. 
tsh, 
c.t 
c. t. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



Hundred, 



c. t. 



tsh 

County, . 



County. 



Charleston, . . . . 

Monroe, 

E. Feliciana, . . 

Maury, 

Harlan, 

Hamilton, 

Jefferson, 

Martin, 

Delaware, 

Union, 

Hempstead, . . . 

Ralls 

Warrick, ... . 

Bedford, 

Jackson, 

Hindes, 

Augusta, 

Hawkins, 

Montgomery,. . 
Muskingum, . . 
Switzerland, . . . 

Rutland, 

Person, 

Chenango, . . . . 
Kennebeck, . . . 
Hillsborough,. . 

Preston, 

Spartanburg, . . 
Montgomery,. . 

Gadsden, 

Rockcastle, . . . . 

Knox, 

Posey, 

Jefferson, 

Davidson, 

Berkshire, 

Copiah, 

Bullitt, 

Orange, 

Edgefield, 

E. Feliciana, . . 

Hancock, 

Lowndes, 

Union, 

Philadelphia, . . 
Butler, 



Gloucester,. . . , 
Crawford, . . . . 

Adams, 

Lycoming, ... 
Lycoming, . . . , 
Delaware, . . . . . 

Hart, 

Geauga, , 

Cambria, . . . . , 

Kent, 

Hertford, 

Rutherford, . . . 
Orleans, 



State. 



S.C. 

Al. 

La. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

A. T. 

Mo. 

In. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Mi. 

Va. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

Vt. 

N. C. 

N. Y. 

i\re. 

N. H. 

Va. 

S.C. 

Geo. 

F. T. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

II. 

Ten. 

Mas. 

Mi. 

Ken. 

N. C. 

S. C. 

La. 

Geo. 

Mi. 

Ken. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

N..L 

A.T. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

In. 

Ken. 

O. 

Pa. 

Del. 

N. C. 

Ten. 

N.Y. 

Geo. 



Ref. 

Letters 



On 
Go 
Cp 
Gk 

Kj 

Jg 

Nf 

Hh 
If 

Gh 
A m 

Cg 
Gl 
Hk 

Ij 
Dn 

Ph 

Kj 
Kh 
Lf 
Lh 
Vc 

Pj 

Sd 

Yb 
Wd 

Og 
Lk 
Ln 

IP 

Ji 

Lf 

Gf 

Fh 

Hj 
Ud 
Do 
Ih 

Oj 
Mm 

Cp 
Km 
Em 
Gl 

Sg 
Nf 
Gi 

Sg 
Z Ak 

Qg 

Re 

Re 

If 

li 

Me 

Pf 

Sg 

Qj 

Hk 
Pc 
II 



Popula- 
tion. 



219 
1,466 



561 
71 



210 



1,439 

762 



142 
1,021 



345 



227 



6,822 
1,320 
5,340 



143 

194 

354 

107 

5,037 



2,790 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



544 

972 

1,197 
743 
490 
495 
273 
659 
550 
828 

1,208 
983 
717 
681 
655 

1,045 
153 
460 
50] 
343 
559 
450 
288 
3.34 
614 
452 
184 
491 
731 
902 
582 
375 
748 
801 
708 
336 

1,101 
600 
305 
542 

1,216 
625 
910 
748 
134 
245 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



112 

176 

113 

52 

168 

110 

135 

121 

54 

167 

140 

145 

197 

62 

67 

10 

131 

255 

60 

52 

102 

82 

43 

96 

15 

28 

261 

118 

89 

52 

73 

45 

187 

65 

11 

149 

67 

56 

41 

42 

138 

31 

135 

210 

98 

213 



153 


47 


1,204 


136 


80 


33 


190 


89 


188 


79 


546 


59 


656 


105 


327 


152 


183 


130 


112 


2 


228 


117 


686 


33 


384 


245 



CONSULTL\(; LNDEX. 



[)'3 



Names of Places. 



Murrayville, 

iMurra3-sville, 

Murryville, 

MUSCOGEE, 

MUSKINGUM, .... 

Muskingum, 

Musquito Cove, 

JMyers Town, 

Nanjemoy, 

Nankin, 

NANSEMOND, .... 

Nanticoke, A. 

Nanticoke, 

Nantmeal, East, 

Nantmeal, West, . . . . 
NANTUCKET, .... 

Nantucket, 

Napier, 

Naples, 

Naples, 

Napoleon, 

Napoleon, 

Napoli, 

NASH, 

Nashport, e. 

Nashua, 

Nashville, 

NASHVILLE, 

Nashville, 

Nassau, 

NASSAU, 

Natchez, 

Natchez, 

NATCHITOCHES,. 

Natchitoches, 

Natick, L. 

Natural Bridge, 

Navaruio, 

Nazareth, Upper, . .H. 
Nazareth, Lower, .E. 

Nazareth, 

Neave, 

Needham, D. 

Neeltown, 

Neffs\ille 

Negrofoot, 

Nelson, 

Nelson, 

NELSON, 

NELSON, 

Nelson, 

Nelsonville, 

Nescopeck, 

Neshanock, 

Neskayuna, 

Neskayuna, A 

Nether Providence,K . 

Neversink, 

Neville, 

Nevins, 

New Albany, 



Class. 



County, . 
County, . 
tsh 



t. 



t 

t 

tsh 

County, . . 

tsh 

Hundred, 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 

t. 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



t 

t 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



Village,, 
c. t . . . . . 
Capital, . , 
t 



tsh. and t. 
County,. . 



c.t. 



t. 



Parish, 
c. t . . . 
t 



t .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t .. 
t .. 
L .. 
t .. 
t. .. 



tsh 

County, . . 
County, . . 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



t. 



tsh 

tsh. and c. t. 



Couiitv. 



Orangeburg, . . 
Buncombe, . . . . 
Westmoreland, 



Muskingum, 
Queens, .... 
Lebanon, . . . 
Charles, . . . . 
Wayne, . . . . 



Broome, . 
Sussex, . 
Chester, 
Chester, , 



Nantucket,. . . 

Bedford, 

Ontario, 

Morgan, 

Henry, 

Ripley, 

Cattaraugus, . 

Muskingum, . 
Hillsborough, . 

Nash, 

Davidson,. . . 
Washington, . 
Rensselaer, . . 



Adams, . 
Iowa, . . 



Natchitoches,. 
Middlesex, . . . 
Rockbridge,. . 
Onondaga, . . . 
Northampton, 
Northampton, 
Northampton, 

Dark, 

Norfolk 

Tazewell, .... 
Lancaster, . . . 
Hanover, .... 
Cheshire, .... 
Madison, 



Portage, .... 
Athens, . . . . , 
Luzerne,. .. . 
Mercer, .... 
Albany, .... 
Schenectady, 
Delaware, . . . 
Sullivan,. . . . . 
Clermont, . . . 

Vigo, 

Floyd, , 



State. 



S. C. 

N.C. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Md. 

M.T. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Del. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

II. 

O. 

In. 

N. Y. 

N.C. 

O. 

N.H. 

N. C. 

Ten. 

II. 

N. Y. 

F. T. 

Mi. 

M. T. 

La. 

La. 

Mas. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

Mas. 

Va. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N.H. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

O. 

In. 

In. 



Kef. 
Letters 



Nm 

Lk 

Of 

In 

Mf 

Lf 

Uf 

Rf 

Qh 

Kd 

Rj 

Rd 

Sh 

Sf 

Sf 

Xe 

Xe 

Pf 

Qd 

Je 

Ig 

Od 

Pk 

Lf 

W d 

Pk 

Hj 

Eh 

Ud 

Lp 

Co 

Dd 

Ac 

Ao 

Wd 

Oi 

Rd 

Sf 

Sf 

Sf 

Jf 

W d 

Mi 

Rf 

Qi 

Vd 

Sd 

Pi 

li 

Me 

Re 

Ne 
Ud 
Ud 

Sg 
Te 
Jh 

Gg 
Ih 



Popula- 
tion. 



3,508 

29,334 

1,336 



11,784 



2,366 
2,029 
1,496 
7,202 



2,109 
1,941 



852 

8,490 

51 



5,566 



3,255 
1,511 

2,789 



7,905 
" 690 



942 
1^04 



477 
1,418 



875 

2,445 

11,254 

14,932 

834 

73 

983 

1,703 



452 

747 

1,257 

194 



D. ir. 
Wash 



553 
525 
214 



342 
257 
141 
47 
543 



286 
117 
140 
132 



500 
135 
325 
862 
491 
563 
343 



348 
446 
273 
714 
815 
378 



1,146 
997 



1,328 
41 
213 
339 
194 
191 
194 
501 
423 
338 
113 
107 
441 
354 



1,900 



313 
358 
196 
265 
382 
382 
124 
296 
490 
647 
594 



I), fr. 
Cap. 

~~58 
261 
186 



59 
183 
31 
84 
17 



155 
55 
65 
66 



102 
113 
211 
140 
165 
67 
307 



48 
30 
44 

45 
12 



112 



354 

16 

172 

143 

101 

98 

101 

103 

12 

276 

39 

28 

53 

106 



146 

59 

86 

232 

7 

r, 
I 

92 
100 
123 

75 
121 



100 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



G. 



New Albion, .... 
New Alexandria, 

Newark, 

Newark, 

Newark, 

Newark, 

Newark, 

Newark, 

Newark, 

Neivark, 

Newark Valley, . 
New Ashford, . . , 

New Athens, 

New Baltimore, .... 
New Baltimore, .... 
New Baltimore, . . .e 
New Barbadoes, . .A 

New Bargain, 

New Bedford, 

New Bedford, 

New Bedford, b 

New Berlin, 

New Berlin, 

Newbern, 

Newhern, 

Newberry, H 

Newberry, 

NEWBERRY,,... 

Newberry, 

Newberry, b 

Newbern, 

New Boston, H 

New Braintree,. . .D 

New Britain, 

New Brunswick, , . . 
New Brunswick, . . . 

Newburg, , 

Newburg, 

Newburg-, 

Newburg, 

Newburgh, 

New Burlington, . . . 
Newbury, 



tsh. and c. t. 
t 



Newbury, 

Newbury, 

Newbury, 

Newbury, 

Newburyport, 

Newburyport, 

New Canton, 

Newcastle, 

IS^ew Castle, 

New Castle, 

New Castle, 

New Castle, 

NEW CASTLE, . . , 

New Castle, 

New Castle, 

New Castle, , 

New Castle, 

Newcastle D 



Class. 



tsh. 



tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t. . . 



t. 



tsh. and t.. 

t 

t 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



t. .. 
c. t. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



District, 
c. t 



t. ., 
t. . 
t. .. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

t , 



t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t , 
t 



County, . 
c. t 



t. .. 
t. . 
c. t. 
tsh. 



County. 



Cattaraugus, . . 
Westmoreland, 
Caledonia, . . . . 

Tioga 

Wayne, 

Essex, 

New Castle, . . . 
Worcester, . . . . 

Louisa, 

Licking, 

Tioga, 

Berkshire, . . . . 

Harrison, 

Greene, 

Fauquier, 

Hamilton, 

Bergen, 

Monmouth, . . . 

Bristol, 

Mercer, 

Coshocton, . 

Chenango, . . . . 

Union, 

Montgomery,. . 

Craven, 

York, 

York, 



State. 



Newberry, . . . , 
Clermont, . . . . , 

Newton, , 

Hillsborough, . , 
Worcester, . . . , 

Bucks, , 

Middlesex, ... 

Clay, 

Penobscot, ... 

Orange, 

Cuyahoga, ... 
Warrick, .... 
Jefferson, .... 

Stark, 

Orange, 

Essex, 

Lycoming,. .. ■ 

Geauga, 

Miami, 

Essex, 

Berrien, 

Buckingham, . 

Lincoln, 

Rockingham,. 
West Chester, 

Mercer, 

Schuylkill, . . . 



New Castle, 
Bottetourt, . 
Hanover, . . 
Henry, .... 
Coshocton, . 



N. Y. 

Pa. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Del. 

Md. 

Va. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Mas. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

O. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

O. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N.C. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

S. C. 

s.c. 

O. 

Geo. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

In. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

O. 

In. 

O. 

O. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

O. 

O, 

Mas. 

M. T. 

Va. 

Me. 

N. H. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Del. 

Del. 

Va. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Od 

Of 

Wb 

Rd 

Qc 

Tf 

Sg 

Sh 

Ph 

Lf 

Rd 

Ud 

Mf 

Ud 

Qh 

Jg 

Tf 

Tf 
Xe 

Ne 
Mf 
Sd 

Qf 
N i 
Qk 
Rf 
Rf 
Ml 
Ml 

Jg 

Km 

We 

Vd 
Sf 
Tf 

Gg 

Zb 

Te 

Me 

Gh 

Nf 

Mf 

Vb 

Xd 

Qe 

Me 

Jf 

Xd 

Hd 

Pi 

Yb 

Xc 

Ue 

Ne 

Rf 

Sg 
Sg 

Ni 

Qi 
Ih 
Lf 



Popula- 
tion. 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



380 



257 
1,027 



10,953 



1,912 



285 

198 

2,370 



89 
1,693 



7,592 



51 

2,680 



3,776 
1,856 



17,441 



45 



1,684 

825 

1,201 

7,831 



626 

6,424 
869 



39 

9 

2,252 

3,603 



590 

988 

6,375 



1,544 

845 

1,336 



420 

29,710 

2,463 



538 
462 



341 
199 
559 
284 
344 
215 
103 
158 
113 
362 
284 
381 
284 
356 
45 
505 
330 
209 
429 
279 
334 
346 
168 
301 
337 
102 
102 



D. ft. 

Cap. 

304 

171 

60 

161 

190 

49 

52 

121 

60 

34 

161 

132 

130 

15 

122 

120 

64 

42 

57 

237 

99 

90 

60 

225 

120 

14 

14 



493 
483 
664 
456 
392 
164 
193 
642 
645 
282 
348 
722 
267 
308 
513 
442 
198 
332 
481 
466 
676 
138 
601 
491 
270 
264 
182 



103 
252 
104 
556 
352 



45 

98 

60 

23 

62 

104 

27 

70 

54 

96 

144 

181 

162 

127 

27 

33 

89 

147 

83 

37 

189 

63 

36 

64 

131 

232 

74 



42 
193 
19 
37 
64 



CONSULTIiNG INDEX. 



101 



Names of Places. 



New Castle, 

New Cliestcr, 

New City, 

New Columbia, 

Newcomb, 

Newcomb, 

New-comers' Town, a 
New Cumberland, . . . 

New Design, 

New Durliam, 

New Ecliota, 

New Egypt, 

New Fairfield, 

New Fane, 

New Fane, 

Newfield, 

Newfield, 

New Garden, 

New Garden, P. O. . 

New Garden, 

New Geneva, 

New Germantown, . 
New Gilcad, P. O. . . 

New Glasgow, 

New Gloucester, . . . 
New Grantliam,. . . . 
New Guilford, . . . . c 
New Hampton, .... 
NEW HANOVER, 

New Hanover, 

New Harmony, .... 

New Hartford, 

New Hartford, 

Newhaven, 

NEW HAVEN, ... 
NEVT HAMHN 

New Haven, 

New Haven, 

New Haven, 

New Haven, 

New Haven, 

New Haven, 

New Haven, 

New Haven, 

New Holland, 

New Hope, 

New Hope, P. O 

New Hope, P. O 

New Hope, 

New Hope, 

Newington, H . 

New Ipswich, 

New Jeifcrson,. . . .a. 

NEW KENT, 

New Kent, CM. .... 

New Lebanon, 

New Lebanon, 

New Lexington, 

New Lexington,. . .a. 

New Liberty, 

New Limerick, 



Class. 



c. t. 
t. .. 
c. t 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t .. 
t. .. 



t. 



tsh. 
t. . 
tsh. 
tsh. 



and t. . 



tsh. 
t. ., 
t. .. 



County, . . 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

t 

tsh. and t. 
t 



County, . . . 
Capital,. . . 

t 

tsh. and t. . 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



County, . 
t 



tsh. and t 
t 



Plantation, . 



County. 



Henry, 

Grafton, .... 
Rockland,. . . 
Luzerne,. . . . 

Essex, 

Preble, 

Tuscarawas, 
Tuscarawas, 

Trigg, 

Strafford, . . . 
Murray, . . . . 
Monmouth, . 
Fairfield, . . . 
Windham, . . 
Niagara, . . . 

York, 

Tompkins, . . 
Chester, .... 
Robeson, . . . 
Wayne, .... 
Fayette, .... 
Hunterdon, . 

Moore, 

Amherst, . . . 
Cumberland, 
Sullivan, . . . 
Coshocton, . . 
Strafford, . . . 



Montgomery,. 

Posey, 

Litchfield,. . . . 

Oneida, 

Addison, 



New Haven, . . 
New Haven, . , 

Oswego, 

Fayette, 

Rockingham,. . 

Hardin, 

Hamilton, . . . . 

Huron, 

Gallatin, 

Lancaster, . . . . 

Bucks, 

Iredell, 

Spartanburg, . . 

Lincoln, 

Brown, 

Rockingham,. . 
Hillsborough,. . 
Harrison, 



New Kent, . . 
Columbia, . . . 
Camden,. . . . 

Perr}', 

Preble, 

Owen, 

Washington, 



State. 



In. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

Ken. 

N. H. 

Geo. 

N.J. 

Ct. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

In. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

N. C. 

Va. 

Mc. 

N. H. 

O. 

N. H. 

N.C. 

Pa. 

In. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

Ct. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

II. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

S. C. 

Ten. 

O. 

N. H. 

N. H. 

O. 

Va. 

Va. 

N. Y, 

N.C. 

O. 

O. 

Ken. 

Me. 



Rcf. 
Letters 



Wc 
Te 
Re 
To 

Mf 
Mf 

Gj 

W c 

II 

Tf 

Ue 

Vd 

Pc 

Xc 

Rd 

S? 
1 

J& 

t>g 

Tf 

Ok 

Oi 

Xc 

V c 

Lf 

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Re 

Of 

Ph 

li 

J& 

Le 

Fi 

Rf 

Tf 

Mk 

Lk 

Hk 

Kg 

Xc 

Wd 

Mf 

Qi 

Ri 

Ud 

Rj 

Lg 

Jg 

Jh 
A Za 



I'ojiula 
tion. 



1,090 



62 
116 
100 

21 



1,162 



940 
1,441 
1,450 

1,286 
2,664 
1,309 



2,386 



1,682 

1,079 

71 

1,905 

10,959 

1,344 

514 

1,766 

3,599 

1,834 

43,847 

10,180 

10,678 

1,410 



D. (r. 
VVnsli. 



128 
615 



43 

547 
1,673 

120 
6,458 



2,695 



86 
78 



186 



536 
499 
251 



486 
496 
328 
304 
756 
510 
639 
176 
280 
428 
407 
528 
299 
99 
365 
521 
217 
211 
385 
175 
566 
496 
357 
503 



D. Ir. 
Cap. 



150 
732 
342 
378 

489 



301 
301 

388 



143 
645 

500 
401 
764 
121 
170 
388 
485 
715 
473 



49 

25 

122 



109 

100 
96 

117 

217 
36 

177 
16 
55 

110 

276 
99 

175 
73 
79 
84 

199 
45 
99 

132 
38 
41 
63 
28 



75 
171 

18 
100 

54 



34 

34 

157 



121 

94 

115 

95 

110 

47 

119 

161 

112 

56 

97 



491 


46 


432 


58 


280 


134 


133 


'su 


371 


24 


248 


20H 


362 


54 


481 


85 


544 


36 


776 


181 



12 



102 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



.Q. 



Newlin, 

New Lisbon, .... 

New Lisbon, 

New London, .... 
NEW LONDON, 
New London, .... 
New London, 
New London, 
New London, 
New London, 

New London, 

New Lyme, 

NEW MADRID,. 

New Madrid, 

Newman's Town, . 

New Market, 

New Market, 

New Market, 

New Market, 

New Market, 

New Market, 

New Market, 

New Market, 

New Market, 

New Market, 

New Market, 

New Market, 

New Market, 

New Market, 

New Market, 

New Market, 

New Marlboro', 

New Milford, 

New Milford, 

New Mills, orPemberton, 

Newman, 

NE^W ORLEANS,. . 

New Paltz, 

New Philadelphia,. . . 
New Philadelphia, . . . 

New Port, 

Newport, 

Newport, 

NEWPORT, 

NEWPORT, 

Newport, 



tsh. 
tsh. 



Class. 



County, . 
t 



and t. 



tsh. 

t 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 

County, . 

c. t 

t 



t. ., 
tsh. 
t. .. 



and t. 



tsh. 



t 

0. t 

Capital, . . 
tsh. and t. 

t 

c. t 

t 

c, 
t. 



Newport, 

Newport, 

Newport, 

Newport, 

Newport, 

Newport, 

Newport, 

Newport, 

Newport, 

Newport, 

New Portage, ... 
New Portland, . . 
New Providence, 
New Providence, 
New Reading, . . 



t. 



County, . . 
Capital, . . 
tsh. and t. 



.0 



tsh 

t 

t 

c. t 

c. t 

tsh. and t. 

c. t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 



Chester, . . . . 

Otsego, 

Columbiana, 
Merrimack, . 



County. 



New London,. 

Oneida, 

Chester, 

Campbell, .... 

Huron, 

Ralls, 

Ashtabula, . . . 



Stale. 



New Madrid, . . 

Lebanon, 

Rockingham, . . 

Greene, ' 

York, 

Dorchester, . . . 
Frederick, .... 

Kent, 

King & Queen, 

Nelson, 

Pr. William,... 
Pr. George, . . . 
Shenandoah, . . . 

Madison, 

Jefferson, 

Casey, 

Washington, . . 

Highland, 

Berkshire, ... . 

Litchfield, 

Susquehanna, . . 
Burlington,. . . . 

Coweta, 

Orleans, 

Ulster, 

Monroe, 

Tuscarawas, . . 
Penobscot, . . . . 

Sullivan, 

Orleans, 



Newport, .... 
Herkimer, . . . 

Greene, 

Indiana, 

Luzerne, 

Charles, 

Tyrrel, 

Cocke, 

Campbell, .... 
Washington, . 
Vermillion, . . . 
Franklin, .... 

Portage, 

Somerset, .... 

Essex, 

Centre, 

Perry, 



Pa. 
N. Y. 

O. 
N. H. 

Ct. 
Ct. 
N.Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

O. 

Mo. 

O. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Md. 

Md. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

O. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

Geo. 

La. 

N.Y, 

Ten. 

O. 

Me. 

N. H, 

Vt. 

R.I. 

R. L 

N.Y 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

N. C. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

Mo. 

O. 

Me. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

O. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Sf 

Sd 

Nf 

Wc 

Ve 

Ve 

Sc 

Sg 
Oi 

L e 

Cg 
Ne 

Ej 
Ej 
Rf 
Xc 

Ng 
Rf 
Sb 

Q.g 

sg 

Ri 
Pi 
Qh 

Qi 
Ph 
HI 

Kj 
Ji 
li 

Jg 
Ud 

Ue 

Se 

Tg 

J ra 

Dp 

Te 

Jk 

Mf 

Yb 

Vc 

Vb 

W 6 

We 

Sc 

Ng 
Of 
Re 
Rh 
Rk 
Kk 

Jg 
Mg 

Gg 
Ch 
Me 
Xb 
Tf 
Qe 
Lg 



Popula- 
tion. 



D. fr. ID. fr- 
Wash. Cap. 



794 
2,232 
1,129 

914 

42,201 

4,356 



1,591 



406 



1,632 
2,350 



2,008 



43 
1,259 
1,656 
3,979 
1,010 



46,082 
5,098 



410 

897 

1,913 

284 

16,535 

8,010 

1,863 



859 



717 
556 



1,214 
910 

121 



107 
348 

282 
488 



68 

82 

152 

32 



354 
400 
93 
209 
380 
961 
314 



892 

135 

478 

232 

107 

104 

51 

91 

125 

148 

45 

163 

120 

709 

499 

607 

600 

447 

359 

305 

290 

162 

722 

1,203 

296 

552 

314 

655 

467 

582 



403 
407 
211 
189 
212 
43 
331 
479 
498 
292 
658 
913 
348 
641 
218 
215 
358 



42 
118 

68 
131 
112 
167 
183 



278 
38 
34 

240 
3 
67 
68 
56 
32 

106 

107 
41 

150 

172 

243 
76 
65 
80 

115 
48 

183 
27 

129 

75 
173 
107 
56 
40 
59 



27 

88 

210 

161 

104 

73 

168 

247 

99 

122 

86 

91 

129 

4S 

52 

108 

42 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



103 



Names of Places. 



.D 



New Richmond, 

New Richmond, 

New Rochelle, . 

Newry, 

New Salem, 

New Salem, 

New Salem, 

New Scotland, 

New Sewickly, 

New Sharon, 

New Shoreham, 

New Somerset, 

New South Quay, . . . 

News Town, 

Newton 

Newton, B . 

Newton, 

Newton, 

Newton, 

NEWTON, 

Newton, 

Newton, 

Newton, 

Newton, 

Newton, G. 

Newtown, 

Newtown, A. 

Newtown, F. 

Newtown, 

New Town, 

New Town, 

New Town, 

New Town, 

New Town, 

Newtown, 

Newtown, 

New Trenton, . . . .b. 

New Trenton, 

New Tripoli, 

New Utrecht, F. 

New^'ille, 

Newville, 

New Vineyard, 

New Washington, . . 

New Windsor, 

New Woodstock, .... 

NEW YORK, 

New York, 

New York, 

New York, 

New York Missis- ) 
sippi Land Co.'s > 
Tract,* \ 

NIAGARA, 

Niagara, 

NICHOLAS, 

NICHOLAS, 

Nicholasville, 



Class. 



t .. 
t. .. 
tsb. 
t ., 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



t 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t. 
t 



tsh 

County,. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



t 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 
t. .. 



t. ., 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County, . 
City, . . . 
t 



County, . 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 
c. t 



County. 



Edgefield, 

Clermont, . . . . 
West Chester, . 

Oxford, 

Franklin, 

Westmoreland, 
Sangamon, . . . . 

Albany, 

Beaver, 

Kennebeck, . . . 

Newport, 

Jefferson, 

Nansemond, . . . 
Accomack, . . . . 
Middlesex, . . . . 
Gloucester,. . . . 

Sussex, 

Bucks, 

Delaware, . . . . 



Licking,. .. . 

Miami, 

Muskingum, 
Trumbull, . . 
Rockingham, 
Fairfield, . . . 
Queens, .... 

Bucks, 

Cumberland, 
Worcester, . . , 
Frederick, . . 
King &. Queen, 
Warren, .... 

Scott, 

Hamilton, . . 
Ottawa, .... 
Jefferson, . . . , 
Franklin, . . . 

Lehigh, 

Kings, 

Cumberland, . 
Richland, . . . , 
Somerset, . . . , 

Clark 

Orange, 

Madison, . . . , 



New York, . . . 
Albemarle, . . . . 
Montgomery,. . 



Crawford, . 



Niagara, . 



Jessamine,. 



Stale. 



S. C. 

O. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

II. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Me. 

R. I. 

O. 

Va. 

Va. 

Mas. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N. H. 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Va. 

Va. 

Mi. 

Ken. 

O. 

M. T. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

Me. 

In. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Ten. 

M.T. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Va. 

Ken. 

Ken. 



Letters 



L m 

Jg 
Uf 
Xb 
Vd 
Of 

Eg 
Ud 

Nf 
Xb 
We 

Nf 

Rj 

Si 
Wd 

Sg 
Te 
Tf 

Sg 
J m 
Lf 
Jf 

Lg 
Me 

Wd 

Ue 

Uf 

Tf 

Qf 

Sh 

Pg 

Qi 
Cn 
Jh 

Jg 
Hd 

Nf 

Jg 
Sf 

Tf 

Qf 

Lf 

Xb 

Ih 

Te 

Sd 

Uf 

Uf 

Ph 



Pc 

Oc 

Nh 

Jh 

Ji 



Popula- 
tion. 



600 
1,274 

345 
1,889 
2,294 



1,902 

1,599 

1,185 

71 



2,376 

3,298 

3,464 

1,344 

667 

11,155 

879 

715 

2,357 

675 

510 

3,100 

2,610 

1,344 

1,349 



161 



105 



1,217 
530 

77 
869 



2,310 



202,589 
202,589 



18,485 

1,401 

3,364 

8,834 

408 



TTTT 
Wash 



569 
499 
244 
602 
398 
200 
820 
374 
246 
621 
370 
274 
217 



424 
137 

228 
167 
131 



266 
480 
346 
305 
462 
297 
233 
167 
109 
159 
79 
99 

1,105 
529 
487 
723 
273 
514 
187 
226 

.115 
368 
635 
594 
279 
341 



225 
143 
761 



398 



546 



WW. 
Cap. 



69 
132 
165 

63 

77 
178 

98 

8 

224 

26 

55 
163 

95 



8 

31 

70 

129 

94 



34 

82 

54 

168 

37 

51 

259 

129 

30 

122 

158 

38 

70 

22 

120 

185 

136 

81 

79 

158 

30 

76 

40 

94 

98 

114 



151 

101 

61 



298 



37 



» This tract of cnunlrv baj been hi'hertn known as C»ryer'» Tract ; il i« situated between 44° 26' and 40" N. lal., and 13= •"'*,'?' 
Ion. W. from Washington. It is priucipally in Criwfoni co. in the territory annexed to Michigan, and is bounded partly on the »e»i oy 
Ijke Pepin. 



104 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Nichols, 

Nicholsburg, 

Nicholson, 

Nile, 

Nimishillin, 

Nineveh, 

Nineveh, , 

Nineveh, 

Nippinose, 

Nixonton, 

Noble, 

Noble, 

Noble 

Nobleboro', 

Noblesville, 

Noblesville, 

Nockamixon, 

Nolinsville, 

NORFOLK, 

Norfolk, 

Norfolk, 

NORFOLK, 

Norfolk, 

Norridg-ewock, 

Norristown, 

Norriton, M. 

North, 

Northampton, 

Northampton, . . . .E. 

Northampton, 

Northampton, 

NORTHAMPTON,. 

Northampton, 

Northampton, orAUenVn 
Northampton, . . . .C. 
NORTHAMPTON, . 
NORTHAMPTON,. 
Northampton, . . . . C . 
North Bainbridge, . . . 

Nortli Beaver, 

Nortliborough, . . . .C. 

Northbridge, 

North Bridg-ewater, . . 

North Brookfield, 

North Brunswick,. B. 

North Castle, E. 

North East, 

North East, 

North East, 

North East, 

North End, 

Nortliern Liberties, H 

Northfield, 

Northfield, 

Northfield, 

Northfield, B. 

North Haven, 

North Hempstead, . . , 

North Hero, 

North Huntingdon, . . 
North Kingston, .... 



Class. 



tsh. . . . 

t 

tsh. 

tsh 

tsh. 

t 

tsh. 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

County, . 

t 

tsh 

County, . 
City, . . . 

t 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

t. ...... 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 



t. . 

tsh, 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. . 
tsh. 
t. . 
tsh. 
t. . 
t. . 
t. . 
tsh. 
t. . 
tsh. 
t. . , 



and c. t. 



County. 



Tioga 

Indiana, 

Luzerne, 

Scioto, 

Stark, 

Frederick, . . . . 
Bartholomew^, . 

Johnson, 

Lycoming, . . . . 
Pasquotank, . . . 

Morgan, 

Rush, 

Shelby, 

Lincoln, 

Hamilton, 

Hamilton, . . . . 

Bucks, 

Williamson, . . 



State. 



Litchfield, . . . 
St. Lawrence, . 



Norfolk, 

Somerset, 

Montgomery,. . 
Montgomery,. . 

Harrison, 

Rockingham, . . 
Hampshire, . . . 
Montgomery, . 
Burlington, . . . 



Bucks, . 

Lehig-h, 

Lehigh, 



tsh. 



Portage, 

Chenango, . . . 

Beaver, 

Worcester, . . . 
Worcester, . . . 
Plymouth, . . . 
Worcester, . . . 
Middlesex, . . . 
West Chester, 
Dutchess, .... 

Erie, 

Cecil, 

Orange, 

Matthews, . . . 
Philadelphia. . 
Merrimack, . . 
Washington, . , 
Franklin, . . . . , 
Richmond, . . . . 
New Haven, . . . 

Queens, 

Grand Isle, . . . . 
Westmoreland, 
Washington, . . 



N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

Va. 

In. 

In. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

Me. 

In. 

In. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Va. 

Me. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N. C. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Md. 

In. 

Va. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

R. L 



Ref. 

Letters 



Rd 

Of 

Se 

Kh 

Mf 

Ph 

Hg 

Hg 

Qe 

Rj 

Mg 

Ig 

I? 
Yb 

If 

Hf 

Sf 

Hk 

Wd 

Ue 

Tb 

Rj 

Rj 

Yb 

Sf 

Sf 

Mf 

X d 

Vd 

Tc 

Tg 

Sf 

Sf 

Sf 

Sf 

Si 

Qj 

Me 

Sd 

Nf 

Wd 

Wd 

Wd 

Vd 

Tf 

Ue 

Ue 

Nd 

Sg 
Hh 
Ri 

Sg 
Wc 

Vb 

Vd 

Tf 

Ve 

Uf 

Ub 

Of 

We 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,284 



906 

726 

1,336 



875 
350 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



859 



541 

1,876 



2,049 



41,972 
1,485 
1,039 

24,814 
9,816 
1,710 
1,300 
1,139 
1,215 
766 
3,613 
1,392 
5,516 

39,482 
1,521 
1,544 
1,757 
8,644 

13,391 
269 



1,892 
992 
1,053 
1,953 
1,241 
5,274 
1,653 
1,689 
1,706 



31,325 
1,169 
1,411 
1,757 
2,U2 
1,282 
3,091 
638 
3,170 
3,037 



268 
219 
254 
429 
137 
81 
591 
593 
213 
265 
309 
548 
569 
603 
580 
580 
174 
720 



340 

492 



623 
143 
143 

289 
480 
376 
430 
156 

164 

178 
178 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

181 

162 

146 

99 

111 

145 

33 

25 

104 

176 

87 

45 

45 

38 

22 

22 

109 

18 



344 
322 
275 
404 
397 
427 
392 
190 
259 
.331 
348 
82 
640 
175 
136 
488 
515 
405 
221 
307 
248 
545 
201 
389 



35 

224 



28 
88 
88 
128 
47 
91 
53 
21 

125 

85 
85 



126 
111 

243 
32 
45 
20 
54 
24 

129 
85 

287 
74 
86 
91 
98 
14 
9 
81 

167 
28 

174 
68 

179 
31 



C0N8ULTIN(; INDEX. 



105 



Names of Places. 



t. 



Class. 






North Liberty, 

North Middlcton,...; 

North Middlcton, 

Northmoreland, 

North Norwich, .... 

North Port, 

North Providence,. C 

North Romulus, 

North Salem, 

North Salem, 

North Sewickley, . . . 
North Shenango,. .C 
North Stonington, . . 

Northtown, 

Northumberland, . . . 
Northumberland, .B. 
JV'Ofl THUMBERLMA'D 
Nortiiuniberland, .... 
J\f'OJi THUMB ERLAXD 

North West, 

North West, 

North West Fork, . . . 
North West Landing, 
North Whitehall,.... 

Northwood, 

North Yarmouth, . . . 

Norton, 

Norton, 

Norton, 

Norton, 

Norwalk, 

Norwalk, 

Norwalk, A. 

Norway, 

Norway, 

Norwegian, B . 

Norwich, 

Norwich, 

Norwich, 

Norwich, 

Norwich, 

Norwich, 

Norwich, 

Norwich, 

Notown, 

Nottawa, 

Nottingham, 

Nottingham, C. 

Nottingham, East,. . . 
Nottingham, West, F. 

Nottingham, 

Nottingham, 

Nottingham, 

Nottingham, W.or Hudson 
NOTTOWAY, . 
Nottoway, C. H. . 
Nova Iberia,. . . . 

Nunda, 

Nuttersburg,. . .. 

Nyack, 

Oak Grove, P. O. 



tsh. 



tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

County, . . 
borough, . 
County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

Hundred, 



tsh. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. ., 



tsh. 
t. .. 



County. 



Jessamine, . . . . 
Cumberland, . 

Bourbon, 

Luzerne, 

Chenango, . . . 

Waldo, 

Providence, . . 

Seneca, 

Somerset, . . . 
West Chester, 

Beaver, 

Crawford, . . . . 
New London,. 

Portage, 

Coos, 

Saratoga, . . . . 



Stale. 



tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

t 



tsh. and c. t, 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

County, . I . , 

c. t , 

t , 

tsh , 

L 

t , 



Northumberl'd. 



Warren, 

Orange, 

Sussex, 

Norfolk, 

Lehigh, 

Rockingham,. , 
Cumberland, . , 

Essex, 

Bristol, , 

Delaware, , . . . 

Medina, 

Fairfield, 

Huron, 

Huron, 

Oxford, 

Herkimer, ... 
Schuylkill, ... 

Windsor, 

Hampshire, . . , 
New London,. 
Chenango, ... 

McKean, 

Franklin, 

Huron, 

Muskingum, . 
Worcester,. . . 
St. Joseph, . . . 
Rockingham,. 
Burlington, . . 

Chester, , 

Chester, 

Washington, . 
Prince George, 

Harrison, 

Hillsborough,. 



Nottoway, . . 
St. Martins, . 
Allegany,. . . 
Harrison, . . . 
Rockland, . . 
Edgecombe,. 



Ken. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

R.I. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ct. 

O. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Pa. 

In. 

Del. 

Va. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Me. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

O. 

O. 

Ct. 

O. 

O. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Pa, 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

Mas. 

M. T. 

N. H. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

O. 

N. H. 

Va. 

Va. 

La. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

N. C. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Qf 

Jh 

Re 

Sd 

Zb 

We 

Rd 

Xb 

Ue 

Nf 

Ne 

We 

Me 

W b 

Uc 

Rf 

Rf 

Ri 

Oe 

Hh 

Sh 

Rj 

Sf 

W c 

Xc 

Wb 

We 

Kf 

Me 

Ue 

Le 

Le 

Xb 

Tc 

Rf 

Vc 

Vd 

V e 

Sd 

Pe 

Kf 

Le 

Mf 

VVd 

le 

Wc 

Tf 

Rg 

Rg 

Nf 

Rh 

Mf 

Wd 

Pi 

P 

B 

P 

N 

T 



Poiiula- 
tion. 



Q 



6:2 

1,936 

1!»5 

785 



D. fr. 
WaMi. 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



1,083 
3,503 



389 
1,276 
2,470 

662 
2,840 

327 

342 

1,606 

18,133 

1,090 

7,953 



3,528 

2,008 
1,342 
2,666 



1,479 



652 
3,792 

310 

903 
1,713 
1,152 
3,849 
2,316 

795 
5,161 
3,619 



530 

104 

206 

69 



1,157 
3,900 

1,788 

562 

2,118 



1,227 

1,263 

10,130 



1,291 



105 



242 
340 
644 
395 



644 
287 
263 
293 
368 
340 
564 
413 



164 



16 



134 

100 

46 

1 



63 
128 
238 
256 

52 
137 
123 

36 



54 



335 
645 
109 

'186 
492 
553 
591 
422 
429 
346 
271 
399 
399 
576 
408 
167 
488 
372 
362 
322 
281 
402 
405 
326 
411 
630 
480 
173 
92 
88 
215 
27 
296 
446 



262 
86 
55 

'93 

18 
42 

105 
32 
33 

127 
63 

113 

113 
47 
79 
51 
41 

101 
38 

110 

202 
6 

100 
71 
46 

136 
26 

'66 
64 

197 
32 

116 
30 



189 
1,370 
342 
237 
235 
274 



67 
168 
248 
253 
134 

72 



106 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Oak Grove, 

Oak Grove, 

Oakham, 

Oakhill, 

Oakland, 

OAKLAND, 

Oakland, 

Oak Orchard, 

Oakville, 

OBION, 

OCEANA, 

Occoquan, 

Ocquapogue, . . , . ■ 

Ogden, 

Ogden, 

Ogden, 

Ogdensburg, 

Og-ee's Ferry, P. O, 
OGLETHORPE, 

Ohio, 

Ohio 

OHIO, 

OHIO, 

Ohio, 

Ohio, 

Ohio, 

Ohio, 

Ohio, 

Ohio, 

Oil, 

Oil Creek, 

Oil Creek, 

Olamon, 

OLDHAM, 

Old Mines, P. O. . 
Old South Quay, . 

Oldtown, 

Old Town, 

Old Town, C. H. . 

OldtowTi, 

Oldtown, ....... 

Olean, 

Oley 

Olive, 

Olive, 

Olive, 

Olive, 

Olive Green, 

Olivesburg, 

Olmstead, , 

Otto, 

Olympian Springs, 

ONEIDA, 

Oneida, 

One Leg, 

Oneonto, 

ONONDAGA,... 

Onondaga, 

ONSLOW, 

Onslow, C.H. . . . . 
ONTARIO, 



County, . 

tsh 

t 

t 

County, . 
County, . 



Class. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 
tsh. ..'.. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

County, . 



H. 



tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



tsh. 
tsh. 



County, . . . 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 
tsh. and t. 
County, . . 

c. t 

County, . . 



County. 



Jasper, . . . . 
Christian, . 
Worcester, . 
Newton, . . , 
Christian, . 



Oakland, . 
Orleans, . . 
Lawrence, 



Prince William, 

Suffolk, 

Monroe, 

McKean, 

Scott, 

St. Lawrence,. 
Jo. Daviess, . . 



Allegany, . 
Beaver, . . 



Clermont, 
Gallia, . . . 
Monroe, . . 
Crawford, . , 
Spencer, . . 
Warrick, . 
Perry, .... 
Crawford, . 
Venango, . 
Penobscot, 



Washington, . 
Southampton, . 
Penobscot, . . 
Alleghany, . . . 
Washington, . 
Hancock, . . . . 

Ross, 

Cattaraugus, . 

Berks, 

Ulster, 

Meigs, 

Morgan, 

St. Joseph, . . . 

Morgan, 

Richland, . . . . 
Cuyahoga, . . . 
Cattaraugus, . 
Bath, 



Oneida, 

Tuscarawas, 
Otsego, 



Onondaga, 
Onslow, . . 



State. 



Geo. 

Ken. 

Mas. 

Geo. 

Ken. 

M. T. 

M.T. 

N. Y. 

Al. 

Ten. 

M. T. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Mo. 

N. Y. 

II. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Me. 

Ken. 

Mo. 

Va. 

Me. 

Md. 

La. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. C. 

N.C. 

N. Y. 



Ref. 
Letters 



K m 
Gj 
Vd 
J m 

Gj 
Kd 
Kd 
Pc 

Gl 

Fj 
Ic 
Qh 

Vf 

Qc 

Pe 

Ej 

Sb 
De 
K m 

Nf 
Nf 
Nf 
Hi 

Jg 

Lh 

Ng 

Hh 

Gh 

Gh 

Hh 

Oe 

Oe 

Za 

lb 

Dh 

Rj 
Zb 

Pg 

Dp 

Kf 

Kg 

Pd 

Sf 

Te 

Mg 

Mg 

He 

Mg 

Lf 

Le 

Pd 

Kh 

Sc 

Sc 

M f 

Sd 

Rd 

Rd 

Ql 

Ql 

Qd 



Popula 
tion. 



1,010 



4,911 



2,099 



2,401 
131 



D.fr. 

Wash. 



675 
759 
398 
672 
761 



566 
399 
762 



13,558 

1,079 

1,122 

15,590 

4,913 

2,689 

313 

468 



637 
352 
306 

484 



9,086 



218 
248 
561 
1,469 
1,636 
416 
967 



552 

58 

259 

1,224 



71,326 



1,645 
1,759 
58,974 
5,668 
7,814 



40,167 



23 
305 
385 
278 
903 
476 
940 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



239 
258 



338 



405 



42 

220 

57 

70 

222 



40 
259 
111 



99 
225 
230 
208 
256 
204 
276 



217 
236 



499 


132 


362 


119 


284 


152 


632 


112 


692 


157 


720 


195 


639 


122 


297 


230 


283 


216 


689 


94 


922 


120 


217 


95 


673 


78 


135 


172 


1,148 


79 


497 


109 


416 


57 


303 


288 


154 


60 


314 


66 


328 


100 


682 


153 


327 


85 


374 


84 


373 


139 


341 


286 


516 


75 


360 


118 


290 


127 


353 


80 



135 



188 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



107 



Names of Places. 



^ Ontario, 

j Ontwa, 

OPELOUSAS, 

Opelousas, 

! Oppenheim, 

Oquago, 

Orange, , 

ORANGE, 

, Orange, 

J Orange, • 

Orange, 

ORANGE, 

Orange, 

ORANGE, 

Orange, C. H. 

ORANGE, 

Orange, 

Orange, 

Orange, 

Orange, 

Orange, 

Orange, 

ORANGE, 

' Orange, 

ORANGEBURG, . . 

Orangeburg, 

Orange Springs, 

Orangetovvn, A . 

Orangeville, 

Orford, 

lOrington, A. 

' Orland, 

ORLEANS, 

Orleans, 

Orleans, 

Orleans, 

ORLEANS, 

ORLEANS, 

Orleans, 

Orono, 

[Orphan's Island, . .B. 

Orton, P. O 

Orrille, 



Class. 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

c. t. 

tsh 

t 

t 

County, . 



t. 



Orwell, 

Orwell, 

Orwell, 

Orwell 

, Orwigsburg, • 

Osage, 

, Osborne, 

, Osnaburgh, . . 
j Ossian, 

Ossipee, 

Oswegatchie, 
\OSWEGO,.. 

1 Osioego, 

I Otego, 

Otis, 

i Otis 

Otisco, 

Otisfield, .... 



County, . . 
tsh. and t. 
County, . . 

c. t 

County,. . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 

tsh 

District, . , 
t 



tsh , 

tsh. and t. . 

t , 

t 

t , 

County, . . . 

t 

tsh 



County, . 
Parish, . 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t 
t 



t. 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 



tsh 

County, .... 
tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

t 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County. 



Wayne, 
Cass, . . . 



St. Landry, . . 
Montgomery, . 

Broome, 

Grafton, 



Orange, , 

Franklin, 

New Haven,. . 



Essex, . . 



Orange,. 



Cuyahoga, 
Delaware, . 

Meigs, 

Richland, . 
Shelby, . . . 
Fayette, . . 



Rush, 



Orangeburg, 

Orange, 

Rockland, . . . 
Genesee, . . . . 
Grafton, . . . . 
Penobscot, . . 
Hancock, . . . 



Barnstable, . . 
Jefferson, . . . 
Ontario, .... 



Orange, 

Penobscot, • . , 
Hancock, • . . , 
Brunswick, . . . 
Onondaga, . . . 

Rutland, 

Oswego, 

Bradford, . . . . 
Ashtabula, . . . 
Schuylkill, . . . 

Cole, 

Chesterfield, . . 

Stark, 

Allegany, . . . . 
Strafford, . . . 
St. Lawrence,. 



Oswego, . . . . , 

Otsego, , 

Hancock, ... 
Berkshire, . . . 
Onondaga, . . . 
Cumberland, , 



State. 



N. Y. 

M. T. 

La. 

La. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Va. 

Va. 

N.C. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

S. C. 

S. C. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. H. 

Me. 

Me. 

Vt. 

Mas, 

N. Y. 

xN. Y. 

N. Y. 

La. 

In. 

Me. 

Me. 

N.C. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

Pa. 

Mo. 

Va. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Me. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Qc 

He 
Ap 
Bp 
To 

Sd 

We 

Vb 

Vb 

Vd 

Ue 

Te 

Tf 

Ph 

Ph 

Oj 

M c 

Kf 

xMg 

Lf 

Jf 

I? 
Hh 

Nm 

Nm 

Qh 

Te 

Pd 

Vc 

Zb 

Zb 

Vb 

Ye 

Sb 

Qd 

Pc 

Ep 

Hh 

Zb 

Zb 

PI 

Re 

Uc 

Re 

Re 

Nc 

Rf 

Bh 

Qi 

Mf 

Qd 

Wc 

Sb 

Re 

Re 

Sd 

Zb 

Ud 

Rd 

Xb 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,585 
12,591 



3,6G0 



410 

27,285 

1,016 

880 

1,341 

45,366 

3,887 

14,63 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



361 
G33 



D. fr. 

Cap. 

2U8 
159 



1,326 
426 



192 
63 



23,908 
334 
369 
554 
1,024 
502 



7,901 



18,453 



1,947 
1,525 
1,829 
1,234 

975 

13,!lbO 

1,789 

3,101 



18,773 
50,103 



1,472 
52 



1,598 
501 

1,190 
106 
600 



1,620 

812 

1,935 

3,993 

27,104 

2,703 

1,148 

350 

1,012 

1,938 

1,274 



510 



43 



520 
406 
296 



12 
66 
39 



219 53 



92 



344 
406 
343 
367 
482 
534 



565 



536 

94 

243 

371 

498 



668 



486 
431 
337 



80 



152 
14 

90 
98 
86 
64 



40 



43 
104 
230 
254 

62 



74 



640 

668 

657 

434 

34 

474 

437 

252 

317 

167 

971 

136 

333 

333 

526 

469 



379 
355 
669 
358 
331 
572 



88 
180 
195 



86 

73 

59 
167 
128 

78 
139 
141 
179 

59 
9 

14 
107 
233 

52 
197 



167 

71 
109 
134 

82 



108 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



OTSEGO, 

Otsego, 

Otselic, 

OTTAWA, 

Ottawa, 

Otter Creek, 

Otter Creek, A. 

Otter Creek, 

Ottsville, 

Ouisconsin, 

OVERTON, 

Ovid, 

Owasco, 

Owego, 

OWEN, 

Owen, 

OWEN, 

Owenborough, 

Owensville, 

Owenton, 

Owingsville, 

Oyster Bay, 

OXFORD, 

Oxford, 

Oxford, 

Oxford, 

Oxford, 

Oxford, 

Oxford, 

Oxford, 

Oxford, I. 

Oxford, 

Oxford, 

Oxford, 

Oxford, 

Oxford, 

Oxford, 

Oxford, 

Oxford, 

Oxford Plantation, . . . 

Oxford, Lower, 

Oxford, Upper, 

Pacolet Springs, 

Pactolus, P. O 

Paddy Town, 

Paducah, 

Pahaquarry, 

Painesville, 

Painesville, 

Paint, 



Paint, 

Paint, 

Paint, 

Paint, 

Paint Creek,. 
Painted Post, 
Paintville, . . . 
Palatine, .... 
Palermo, . . . 
Palestine, . . . 
Palestine, . . . 



Class. 



County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

County,. 

c t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



tsh 

County, .... 
tsh. eind c. t. 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t 
County, .... 

tsh 

County, .... 

c. t 

t 



c. t 

c. t 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh. and t, 
tsh 



t. ., 
tsh. 
t. .. 



c. t 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 



tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 



tsh. and t. 



c. t 



County. 



Otsego, . . 
Chenango, 



La Salle, . 
Carroll, . . 
Ripley, . . 
Vigo, ... 
Bucks, . . 
Iowa, . . . 



Seneca, . 
Cayuga, . 
Tioga,.. 



Jackson, . 



Daviess, . . 
Gibson, . . . 
Owen, . . . 

Bath, 

Queens, . . , 



Oxford, .... 
Worcester, . . 
New Haven, 
Chenango, . . 
Warren, . . . 

Adams, 

Chester, .... 
Philadelphia, 

Talbot, 

Granville, . . . 

Butler, 

Coshocton, . . 
Delaware, . . . 
Guernsey, . . 

Huron, 

Tuscarawas, 
Penobscot, . . 
Chester, .... 
Chester, .... 
Spartanburg, 
Sullivan, .... 
Hampshire, . 
McCracken, 
Warren, . . . . , 

Amelia, 

Geauga, . . . . , 
Fayette, . . . . , 
Highland,, . . , 

Holmes, 

Ross, 

Wayne, 

Venango, . . . . 

Steuben, 

Floyd 

Montgomery,. 

Waldo, 

Clermont, . . . . 
Crawford, . . . . 



State. 



N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

M.T. 

II. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Pa. 

M.T. 

Ten. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

In. 

In. 

Ken. 

In. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

Me. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

N. C. 

O. 

o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 

Me. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

S. C. 

Ten. 

Va. 

Ken. 

N.J. 

Va. 

O. 

O. 

o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

O. 

II. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Sd 

Td 
Sd 
Hd 
Fe 
Hf 
I? 

Sf 
Ec 

Ij 
Rd 

Rd 

Rd 

Jh 

Hh 

Hg 
Gi 

Gh 
Jh 
Kh 

Uf 

Xb 

Xb 

Wd 

Ue 

Sd 

Sf 

Qg 

Rg 

Sf 

R? 

Pj 

Jg 

Mf 

Kf 

Mf 

Le 

Mf 

Z a 

Rg 
Rg 

Ml 

Lg 

Pg 
Fi 

Se 

Pi 

Me 

Mf 

Kg 

Mf 

Oe 

Qd 

Li 

Td 

Yb 

Jg 
Gg 



Popula- 
tion. 



51,372 
4,363 
1,236 



8,242 
2,756 
1,350 
3,076 
5,643 



4,017 
229 



143 

241 
5,348 
35,211 
1,116 
2,034 
1,763 
2,943 
3,665 



3,159 



2,928 
741 
416 

1,778 
468 
218 



1,020 
900 



105 
258 



1,499 
963 

2,162 
667 

1,219 

1,248 
285 
974 



2,742 
1,257 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



372 
342 



878 
661 
557 
612 
174 
1,043 



317 
341 

274 



608 



688 
712 
536 
486 
264 



576 
387 
308 
324 
207 
87 
92 
141 
86 
259 
501 
327 
419 
294 
406 
328 
699 
93 
99 
472 
432 
135 
817 
259 
168 
341 
418 
481 
329 
422 
330 
254 
275 
457 
415 
615 
499 
718 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



66 
106 



224 

88 

73 

192 

119 



171 
164 
167 



104 



150 
151 

28 

73 

190 



78 

51 

48 

118 

51 

36 

66 

103 

49 

47 

110 

93 

30 

105 

115 

96 

104 

64 

58 

104 

297 

214 

279 

100 

46 

161 

40 

74 

92 

63 

93 

187 

210 

154 

57 

16 

133 

118 



CONSULTLNG INDEX. 



lOi) 



Names of Places. 



Palmer, 

Palmer, 

Palmer, 

Palmyra, 

Palmyra, 

Palmyra, 

Palmyra, 

Palmyra, 

Palmyra, 

Palmyra,?. 

Palmyra, 

Palmyra, 

Palmyra, 

Palmyra, g 

Palmyra, 

Palmyra, 

Palmyra, 

Panama, 

Panama, 

Panama, . 

Panton, 

Paoli, 

Paperville, 

Paraclifla, 

Paradise, . 

Paradise, 

Paradise, , 

Paramus, 

Parcipany, , 

Paris, 

Paris, , 

Paris, 

Paris, 

Paris, 

Paris, 

Paris, 

Paris, 

Paris, 

Paris, 

Paris, 

Paris, 

Parisburg, 

Parish 

Paris Hill, 

Parishville, 

PARKE, 

Parker, 

Parkersburg, 

Parker's T.or Mendon A 

Parkhead, 

Parkman, 

Parkman, 

Parkville, 

Parma, 

Parma, 

Parrsville, 

Parsonsfield, 

Pascag'oula, 

PASQUOTANK,... 
Passadumkeaar, . . .E. 



Class. 



t. . 
L . 
C. t. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t ., 
tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



and t. 



t .. 

t .. 
tsh. 



tsh. 



t. 



t. 
c 

t. 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh. and c. t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t. 

c. t 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

c. t 

c. t 

c. t 

tsh 

t 



tsh. and t. 
County,. . 

tsh 

c. t 

t 

L 

t 



tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 



County. 



Hampden, .... 

Oswego, 

St. Clair, 

Somerset, 

Wayne, 

Lebanon, 

Pike 

Wayne, 

Fluvanna, 

Halifax, 

Warren, 

Montgomery,. . 

Portage, 

Warren, 

Knox, 

Wabash, 

Marion, 

Chautauque, . . . 
Washtenaw, . . . 
Washtenaw,. . . 

Addison, 

Orange, 

Sullivan, 

Sevier, 

Lancaster, .... 

York, 

Coles, 

Bergen, 

Morris, 

Oxford, 

Oneida, 

Fauquier, 

Henry, 

Bourbon, 

Portage, 

Preble, 

Richland, ... 

Stark, 

Stark, 

Union, 

Edgar, , 

Monroe, 

Giles, 

Oswego, 

Oneida, 

St. Lawrence, 



County, . 
t 



Butler, 

Wood 

Rutland, .... 
Washington, 
Somerset, . . . 
Geauga, .... 
Pasquotank, . 
Monroe, .... 
Cuyahoga, . . 
Baltimore, . . 

York, 

Jackson, . .. . , 



State. 



Penobscot, 



Mas. 

isr. Y. 

M.T. 
Me. 
N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N. C. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

0. 

O. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

N. Y. 

M. T. 

M.T. 

Vt. 

In. 

Ten. 

A. 'I. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

II. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

II. 

Mo. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

In. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Vt. 

Md. 

Me. 

O. 

N. C. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Md. 

Me. 

Mi. 

N. C. 

Mc. 



Rtf 
Letters 

Vd 

Re 
Ld 
Yb 
Qc 
Rf 
Se 
So 
Pi 

Qj 
Cn 

Gj 
Me 

JfT 
Gh 
Gh 

Cg 
Od 
Kd 
Kd 
Ub 
Hh 

Lj 
Z Am 

Rg 
R& 

Fg 
Te 
Tf 
Xb 
Sd 
Qh 

Fj 
Jh 
Me 

Jg 
Lf 

Mf 

Lf 

Kf 

Gg 

Bg 

Ni 

Re 

Sd 

Tb 

Gg 
Qe 
Mg 
V c 

Pg 
Ya 
Me 

Rj 
Qc 
Me 

Rg 
Xc 
Fp 

Rj 
Za 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,237 



902 
3,427 



404 



839 
62 



605 



1,819 



2,306 
2,765 



D. ir. 
Wash 



374 
376 



1,219 
250 



57 

1,513 

117 

436 



968 



477 

7,535 

941 



432 



802 
732 



2,639 
135 



2,492 



8,641 
269 



650 
349 
124 
255 
258 
136 
246 

1,110 
758 
308 
479 
680 
720 
984 
348 
538 
533 
499 
632 
398 

1,236 
118 
87 
715 
238 
229 
581 
383 
58 
810 
516 
311 
495 
398 
307 
307 
433 
675 
998 
298 
371 
370 
494 



u. Ir. 
Cap. 

~60 
158 



241 

299 

468 

87 

665 

315 

266 

372 

361 

64 

527 

1,075 



693 



51 

196 

14 

147 

159 

59 

101 

75 

58 

139 

94 

114 

113 

190 

344 

30 

32 

64 

94 

338 

168 

44 

27 

70 

72 

63 

42 

108 

131 

108 

43 

136 

99 

92 

127 

127 

37 

106 

120 

240 

142 

101 

226 



201 
299 

65 
120 

64 
159 
179 
230 
131 

61 

93 
231 



98 



K 



no 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Class. 



Passyunk, J- 

Patchogue, 

Paterson, 

Paterson, A . 

Patesville, 

Patoka, 

Patoka, 

Patoka, 

PATRICK, 

Patricktovvn, C. 

Patriot, 

Patton, 

Pattonsburg, 

Pattonsville, 

Pattonsville, 

PAULDING, 

PAULDING, 

Pawlet, 

Pawling, 

Pawtucket, 

Paxton, E. 

Paxton, B . 

Paxton, Lower, . . .C. 
Paxton, Upper, . . . E . 

Paytonsburg, 

Peachbottom, I. 

Peacham, 

Pearlington, 

Pease, 

Pebble, '. 

Peekskill, 

Peeling, 

Peepee, 

Pekatonica 

Pekin, 

Pekin, 

Pekin, 

Pelham, 

Pelham, 

Pelham, 

Pelham, G. 

Pembroke, ... 

Pembroke, ... 

Pembroke, . . . 

Pencader, A. 

Pendleton, 

PENDLETON, .... 

Pendleton, 

PENDLETON, .... 

Pendleton, 

Penfield, 

Penn, 

Penn, 

Penn, 

Penn, 

Penn, 

Penn, 

Penn, 

Penn, 

Pennfield 

Pemisboro , E 



tsh. 



t. 



tsh. and t. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

t 

t 



tsh 

t 

t 

t 

County, , 
County, . 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



tsh. 



c.t 
tsh. 

tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



B 



tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t , 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh. and t. 

Hundred, 

tsh. and t. . 

County, . . 

t 

County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



County. 



Philadelphia, . . 

Suffolk, 

Essex, 

Putnam, 

Hancock, 

Crawford, 

Dubois, 

Gibson, 



Lincoln, 

Switzerland,. ■ 

Centre, 

Bottetourt. . . 

Centre, 

Granville, . . . 



State. 



Rutland, , 

Dutchess, 

Bristol, 

Worcester, . . . 

Ross, ■ 

Dauphin, .... 
Dauphin, .... 
Pittsylvania, 

York, 

Caledonia, . . . 
Hancock, .... 
Belmont, .... 

Pike, 

West Chester, 

Grafton, 

Pike, 

Iowa, 

Stark, 

Wayne, 

Tazewell, .... 
Hillsborough,. 
Hampshire, . . 

Ulster, 

West Chester, 
Merrimack, . . 
Plymouth, . . . 

Genesee, 

New Castle, . . 
Niagara, 



Anderson, 



Ref. 
Letters 



Madison, .... 

Lorain, 

Chester, 

Lycoming, . . . 
Northampton, 
Philadelphia, . 

Union, 

Morgan, 

Cass, 

St. Joseph, . . . 

Monroe, 

Cumberland, . 



Pa. 

N. Y, 

N.J. 

N. Y 

Ken. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Va. 

Me. 

In. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

O. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Pa. 

Vt. 

Mi. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. H. 

O. 

M.T. 

O. 

M.T. 

II. 

N.H. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.H. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Del. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

S. C. 

Ken. 

In. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

M.T. 

In. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 



Uf 
Tf 
Ue 

Hj 
Hh 
Gh 
Gh 

Nj 
Y b 

Nj 
Pf 
O 

Q 
p 

L 
J 
U 
U 



Popula- 
tion. 



1 

f 

J 
m 

e 

c 

e 

We 
Wd 
Kg 
Rf 
Rf 
Oj 

Rg 

Vb 
Ep 

Nf 

Kg 
Ue 
W b 

Kg 

Dd 

Mf 

Kd 

Ef 

Wd 

Vd 

Ue 

Uf 

W c 

Xd 

Pd 

s? 

Pc 

On 

LI 

Jh 

If 

Le 

Sg 

Re 

Sf 

Sf 

Rf 

Mg 

Te 

He 

Qc 

Rf 



1,442 



1,529 



361 
7,395 



577 



161 
1,965 
1,705 



D. fr. 

Wash 



135 

284 
227 
305 
676 
637 
660 
702 



609 
547 
215 
223 

180 
268 



D.fr. 
Cap. 



98 
210 

61 
102 
120 
104 
131 
141 



791 
1,371 
1,636 

"896 
1,351 



2,271 
217 



292 
1,029 



1,070 
904 



334 
1,312 
1,325 

3,828 

1,917 

572 

6,271 



3,863 



167 
605 



1,007 

2,507 

2,297 

567 

199 



4,474 
856 



437 
308 
398 
400 
422 
114 
137 
238 
80 
532 

1,135 
265 
416 
270 
532 
403 

1,0^8 
313 
519 
805 
445 
391 
305 
242 
481 
435 
379 
91 
399 



29 

121 

108 

181 

79 

38 



536 



569 
372 
96 
217 
192 
137 
159 
340 
642 
693 
364 
105 



92 
65 
38 
45 
63 
4 
23 

148 
60 
35 

200 

1.34 
60 

108 
57 
59 

134 

7 

164 
37 
76 
64 

167 

7 

26 

257 
40 

284 



143 



40 
116 

65 
107 

85 

99 

50 

70 

168 

162 

211 

11 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Ill 



Names of Places. 



Pennsboro', 

Pennsboro', 

Pennsbury, 

Pcnn's Neck, Lw'r. B 
Penn's Neck, Upp. D 

Pennsville, 

Pennsville, 

Pcnn Yan, 

Penny Hill, 

PENOBSCOT, 

Penobscot, 

Pensacola, 

PEORIA, 

Peoria, 

Pepperell, 

Pequannock, 

Percy, 

Perkins, 

PERQUIMANS,.. 

Perrinton, 

Perritsport, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

PERRY, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, C 

Perry, 

PERRY, 

PERRY, 

PERRY, 

PERRY, 

PERRY, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry,... 

Perry 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, A 

Perry, 

Perry, 

PERRY, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 



Class. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

c. t 

t 

County, . . , 

t 

c. t , 

County, . . . 

c. t 

t , 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

County, . . , 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh. and t. , 

t 

County, . . , 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

County, . . . 
County, . . . 
County, . . . 
County, . . . 
County, . . . 
tsh 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. . . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. .... 
tsh 



County. 



Lycoming, . 
Wood, .... 
Chester, . . . 
Salem, . . . . 
Salem, . . . , 
Bucks, . . . , 
Morgan, . . , 
Yates, .... 
Pitt, 



Hancock, . 
Escambia, 



Peoria, . . . 
Middlesex, 
Morris, . . . 

Coos, , 

Huron, . . . 



Monroe, 

Allegany, 

Washington, . . 

Genesee, 

Tompkins, . . . . 



Armstrong, 
Jefferson, . . 
Union, .... 
Houston,. .. 



Brown, 

Coshocton, . . . 
Fairfield, . . . . 
Franklin, . , . . 

Gallia, 

Geauga, 

Lawrence, . . . 

Licking, 

Logan, 

Monroe, 

Montgomery, . 
Muskingum, . 
Paulding, . . . . 

Perry, 

Pickaway, . . . 

Pike, 

Putnam, 

Richland, . . . . 

Shelby, 

Stark, 

Tuscarawas, . 
Wayne, 



Clay, 

Delaware,. 
Lawrence, 
Marion, . . 



State. 



Pa. 

Va. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. C. 

Me. 

Me. 

F. T. 

11. 

II. 

Mas. 

N.J. 

N. H. 

O. 

N. C. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

AI. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Re 
Mg 

s& 
s& 

Sf 

Mg 

Qd 

Qk 

Za 

Zb 

Gp 

Ef 

Ef 

Wd 

Tf 

Wb 

Le 

Rj 
Qc 

Of 

BZ i 

Pd 

Rd 

Qf 

Oe 

Of 

Rf 

Kn 

Gn 

Eo 

Fk 

Ki 

Lg 
Kg 
L f 

Lg 
Kf 

Lh 

Mc 

Lh 

Lf 

K f 

Mg 

Jg 
Mf 

Je 

Lg 

Kg 

Kg 

Jf 

Lf 

Jf 

Mf 

Mf 

Lf 

Hh 

Gg 
I f 
Hh 
H? 



Popula 
tion. 



85G 

994 

1,638 



29 



31,530 
1,271 



1,440 
4,451 
23G 
335 
7,419 
2,183 



735 

2,792 

14,26i 

846 



1,052 



11,490 

2,300 

7,094 

3,330 

13,970 

1,008 

1,055 

814 

634 

622 

1,148 

372 

514 

441 

659 

1,301 

1,192 

15 

33 

1,039 

409 

109 

1,082 

349 

1,512 

573 

1,242 

3,369 



830 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



192 
268 
109 
173 
178 
162 
332 
314 
264 



673 
1,050 



807 
434 
234 
564 
411 



351 
213 

786 
358 
294 



231 
214 
163 
702 



456 
352 
381 
407 
372 
345 
406 
354 
469 
351 
472 
329 
602 
358 
407 
426 
486 
396 
477 
327 



363 



645 
540 
640 
.'■.79 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

""83 

303 

74 

60 

54 

116 

76 

185 

84 



75 
242 



43 

35 

68 

123 

111 



209 
191 
184 
239 
173 



199 

156 

53 

60 



79 
68 
39 
5 
94 

165 

130 
42 
73 
59 
76 
66 

166 
42 
31 
68 

150 
55 
81 

108 



94 



74 

CI 

68 

3 



112 



CONSULTING INDEX. 




Names of Places. 



Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry, 

Perry 

PERRY, 

PERRY, 

Perryopolis, 

Perryville, 

Perry ville, 

Perryville, 

Perryville, 

Perrysburg, 

Perrysburg, 

Perrysville, 

Perrysville, 

PERSON, 

Perth Amboy, . . . .C. 

Peru, 

Peru, 

Peru, .... 

Peru, 

Peru, 

Peru, 

Peru, 

Peters, 

Peters D. 

Petersboro', 

Peterrburg, 

Petersburg, 

Petersburg, 

Petersburg, 

Petersburg, 

Petersburg, 

Petersburg, 

Petersburg, 

Petersburg, 

Petersburg, 

Petersburg, a. 

Petersburg, c. 

Petersburg, 

Petersham, 

Peterstown, 

Petersville, 

Petersville, 

Pharsalia, 

Phelps, 

Philadelphia, 

PHILADELPHIA,. 

Philadelphia, 

Philadelphia, 

Philadelphus, P. O. . . 

Phillips, 

PHILLIPS, 

Phillipsburg, 

Phillipsburg, a. 

Phillipsburg, 

Phillipsburg, 

Phillipstown, 

Phillipstown, 

Phipsburg, 

PICKAWAY, 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 



Class. 



c. t 

tsh. . . . 
tsh. and 

t 

t 

County, . . 
tsh. and t, 

t 

t 

t 

tsh. and t 

tsh , 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh. . . . , 

t 

tsh , 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 



t. 



County. 



Martin, 

Monroe, . . . . 
Tippecanoe, . 
Wayne, . . . . 



Fayette, .... 

Perry 

Mercer, 

Vermillion,. . 

Perry, 

Cattaraugus, 

Wood, 

Allegany, . . . 
Richland, . . . 



tsh. and t. . 
tsh. and t. . 
tsh. and t. . 
County, . . . 

City, 

t 



Middlesex, . . 

Oxford, 

Bennington, . 
Berkshire, . . 
Clinton, . . . . , 
Delaware, . . . 
Huron, . . . . 



Franklin, . . . . 
Washington, . 
Hillsborough, . 
Rensselaer, . . . 

Adams, 

Beaver, 

Huntingdon, . 

Perry, 

Somerset, . . . . 
Dinwiddle, . . . 

Elbert, 

Boone, 

Columbiana,. . 
Highland, . . . . 
Richland, . . . . 

Pike, 

Worcester, . . . 

Monroe, 

Frederick, . . . 

Henry, 

Chenango, . . . 

Ontario, 

Jefferson, . . . . 



County, . 



tsh. and t. . 

t 

County, . . . 



Philadelphia, 

Henry, 

Robeson, .... 
Somerset, . . . 



Orange, 

West Chester, 

Warren, 

Centre, 

Worcester, . , . 

Putnam, 

Lincoln, 



In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

In. 

Mo. 

N. Y, 

O. 

Pa. 

O. 

N.C. 

N.J. 

Me. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

0. 

O. 

Mo. T. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Geo. 

Ken. 

0. 

O. 

0. 

In. 

Mas. 

Va. 

Md. 

Ten. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

N.C. 

Me. 

A.T. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

O. 



e 
d 
Qg 
Nf 
Wd 
Ud 

Q? 
Of 

Pf 
Qf 
Og 
Qi 
L m 

Jg 

Nf 

Kg 
Lf 
Gh 
Vd 

Ni 
Qg 

Fj 

Sd 

Qd 

Sb 

Sf 

Sg 

Fj 

01 

Xb 

Dl 

Te 

Uf 

Sf 

Pf 

Vd 

Ue 

Yc 

Kg 



2,254 
1,196 
1,993 
2,011 



199 

144 

35 



1,696 



1,011 

4,876 

1,167 

188,961 

167,811 



954 
1,152 



932 

4,761 

1,311 

16,001 



81 
229 
442 
396 

77 
272 
155 
122 
169 
144 
556 
525 
273 
433 
374 
681 
400 
294 

56 
792 
336 
336 
429 

136 
816 
393 
634 

'270 
242 
191 
186 
412 
280 
583 



61 
212 

48 
26 
20 

250 
97 
15 

160 
22 
86 
73 

173 
74 
77 

119 
68 

249 
89 
90 

124 

185 

177 

""98 

114 

107 

53 

109 

135 

56 

114 

60 
96 

44 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



113 



Names of Places. 



Pickaway, A. 

PICKENS, 

Pickens, C. H. 

PICKENS, 

Pickensville, 

Pickensville, 

Pickerington, 

Piermont, 

Pierpont, 

Pierson, 

Pierrepont, 

Pigeon, 

Pike, 

PIKE, 

Pike, 

Pike, 

Pike, 

PIKE, 

PIKE, 

PIKE, 

PIKE, 

PIKE, 

Pike, 

Pike, 

Pike, 

Pike, 

Pike, 

Pike, 

Pike, 

PIKE, 

Pike, 

Pike, 

PIKE, 

PIKE, 

Pikeland, 

Piketon, 

Piketon, 

Pikesville, 

Pikesville, 

Pikeville, 

Pikeville, 

Pike Run, c. 

Piles' Grove, 

Pilot Town, 

Pinckney, 

Pinckney, 

Pinckney ville, 

Pinckneyville, 

Pinckneyville, 

Pinckneyville, 

Pinderton, 

Pine, 

Pine Bayou, P. O. ... 

Pine Creek, 

Pine Creek, 

Pinegrove, 

Pinegrove, 

Pinegrove, 

Pine Hill, 

Pine Plains, 

Pineville, 



Class. 



tsh 

District, . . . 

0. t 

County, . • . . 

t 

c. t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t . . 

tsh 

tsh. and t . . 
County, . . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . . 
County, . . . . 
County, . . . . 
County, . . . . 
County, . . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . . 
County, . . . . 
tsh 

t 

t 



County. 



Pickaway, 
Pickens, . . 



Pickens, 

Pickens, 

Fairfield, . . . . 

Grafton, 

Ashtabula, . . . 

Vigo, 

St. Lawrence, . 
Vanderburg,. . 
Alleghany, . . . 



Berks, . . . . 
Bradford, . 
Clearfield, . 



c. t 
c. t. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t. .. 
t .. 
t. .. 
c. t. 
t. .. 
tsh. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh , 

tsh. and t. 



tsh. and t. 
t 



Brown, 

Clark, 

Coshocton, . , 

Knox, , 

Madison, . . , 

Perry, 

Stark, 



Marion, 
Warren, 



Chester, 

Pike 

Pike, 

Baltimore, . . . 

Monroe, 

Marion, 

Bledsoe, 

Washington, . 

Salem, 

Sussex, 

Lewis, 

Montgomery,. 

Union, 

Gwinnett, . . . . 
Wilkinson, . . . 

Perry, 

Lee, 

Allegany, . . . . 

Izard, 

Jefierson, . . . . 
Lycoming, . . . 
Schuylkill, . . . 
Venango, . . . . 

Warren, 

Genesee, 

Dutchess, . . . . 
Charleston, . . . 



State. 



O. 

S.C. 

S.C. 

Al. 

S. C. 

Al. 

O. 

N. H. 

0. 

In. 

N. Y. 

In. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Mi. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

O. 

Md. 

Ken. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

Del. 

N. Y. 

Mo. 

S. C. 

Geo. 

Mi. 

II. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

A. T. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

S. C. 



Kef. 

Letters 



LI 
LI 
Fm 
LI 
F m 



g 
c 

e 

b 
h 



L 
V 

N 

G 

T 

G 

Pd 

Se 

Sf 

Re 

Pf 

J m 

Ho 

Do 

L i 

Kg 

Kg 

Kg 

L f 

Lf 

K f 

Lg 
Mf 

Gh 

Hg 
Gf 

Dg 

Cg 

Sf 

Li 

Kg 

Fl 
Ik 
Of 

Sg 

Sh 

So 

Ch 

Ml 

J m 

Co 

Eh 

Jo 

Nf 

Bj 

Oe 

Qe 

Rf 

Oe 

Oe 

Pc 

Ue 

Nm 



Popula- 
tion 



1,766 
14,473 



6,622 



92 

1,042 

277 



749 



2,016 
4,843 

752 
1,388 

819 
6,149 
7,108 
5,402 
2,677 
6,024 

528 
1,115 

764 

996 

339 
1,119 
1,273 
2,475 

476 



2,396 
6,129 

403 
49 

271 



2,081 
2,150 



763 



984 



1,601 
207 
651 



1,503 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



390 



550 



522 
906 
387 
503 
312 
656 
481 
728 
347 



157 

260 
102 



465 
462 
352 
375 
429 
357 
312 



583 
663 



127 
422 
409 
46 
680 
850 
608 
208 
161 
127 
409 
922 
452 
669 

1,196 
842 
772 
232 

1,104 
238 
218 
151 
263 
328 
376 
337 
541 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

~3T 



157 



130 

48 

15 

65 

199 

84 

213 

170 

255 



66 
149 
136 



98 
66 
68 
53 
32 
53 
120 



10 
90 



73 

165 

65 

38 

145 

118 

109 

209 

55 

45 

153 

82 

92 

106 

162 

129 

130 

210 

160 

165 

109 

41 

196 

254 

244 

79 

92 



K2 



114 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Pineville, 

Pinehook, 

Pipe Creek, 

Piqua, 

Piscataway, 

Piscataway, 

Pitcher, 

Pitch Landing, P. O. 

Pitt, c 

PITT, 

Pitt, 

Pittsboro\ 

Pittsburg,* 

Pittsburg, 



Class. 



t. .. 

t ,. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 



Pittsfield, 
Pittsfield, 

Pittsfield, 

Pittsfield, 

Pittsfield, 

Pittsford, 

Pittsford, 

Pittsgrove, 

Pittston, 

Pittston, 

Pittstown, 

Pittstown, 

Pittstown, 

PITTSYLVANIA, . 

Plain, 

Plain, 

Plain, 

Plain, 

Plainfield, 

Plainfield, A 

Plainfield, 

Plainfield, 

Plainfield, 

Plainfield, 

Plainfield, , 

Plainfield, A 

Plaistow,. 

Planter's Town,. ... 
PLAQUEMINES,. 

Plato, , 

Platte, 

Plattekill, 

Platteville, 

Piatt Springs, P. O. . 

Plattshurg, , 

Pleasant, A. 

Pleasant, 

Pleasant, 

Pleasant, 

Pleasant, 
Pleasant,. 
Pleasant,. 
Pleasant,. 
Pleasant, . 



tsh 

County,. . 

tsh 

c. t 

c. t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County, . 



t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



Parish, 
tsh. . . . 
tsh. . . . 
tsh. . . . 



.B. 



tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



County. 



Clarke, 

Wayne, .... 
Madison, . . . 

Miami, 

Middlesex, . . 
Prince Georges, 
Chenango, . . 
Hertford, . . . 
Allegany, . . . 



State. 



Crawford, . . 
Chatham, .' . 
Allegany, . . 
Baldwin, . . 
Somerset, . . 
Merrimack, 
Rutland, ... 
Berkshire, . 

Otsego, 

Rutland, . . . . 
Monroe, . . . , 
Salem, . . . . , 
Kennebeck, . 
Luzerne, . . . , 
Rensselaer, . 
Hunterdon, . 
Salem, . . . . 



West Chester, . 

Franklin, 

Stark, 

Wayne, 

Sullivan, 

Washington, . . 
Hampshire, . . . 
Windham, . . . . 

Otsego, 

Northampton, . 
Coshocton, . . . . 
Hendricks, . . . . 
Rockingham,. . 
Buckingham,. . 



Cayuga, 

Iowa, 

Ulster, 

Iowa, 

Lexington, . . . , 

Clinton, 

Brown, 

Clark, 

Fairfield, . . . . , 

Franklin, 

Knox, 

Madison, 

Marion, 

Grant, 

Johnson, 



Al. 

Ten. 

In. 

O. 

N.J. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

N. C. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

O. 

N.C. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Me. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

In. 

N. H. 

Va. 

La. 

N. Y. 

M. T. 

N. Y. 

M. T. 

S.C. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 

In. 
In. 



Kef. 
Letters 



Fc 

Fk 

If 

Jf 

Tf 

Rh 

Sd 

Rj 

Nf 

Qk 

Kf 

Ok 

Nf 

Km 

Yb 

Wo 

Vc 

Ud 

Sd 

Uc 

Qc 

Sg 

Yb 

Se 

Ud 

Tf 

Sg 

Oj 
Ue 

Lf 

Mf 

Lf 

Vc 

Vb 
Vd 
We 

Sd 
Sf 
Mf 

Hg 
Wd 
Pi 

Eq 

Rd 

Dd 

Te 

Dd 

M ra 

Ub 

Kh 

Kg 

Lg 

Kg 

Lf 

Kg 
Kf 
Lf 
Hg 



Popula 
tion. 



488 
2,664 



3,924 
12,093 

184 



12,568 



610 
1,276 

505 
3,559 
1,006 
2,005 
1,831 
2,216 
1,799 
1,01 
3,702 



D.fr. 
Wash. 



26,034 



842 

1,469 

1,263 

1,581 

874 

984 

2,290 

1,626 

1,285 

22 



591 



4,489 



2,044 



4,913 
1,917 
821 
1,763 
564 
917 
857 
426 



943 
803 
573 
476 
195 
16 
333 
250 
220 



423 
319 
223 
650 
637 
489 
477 
369 
352 
470 
354 
180 
590 
232 
395 
190 
147 

284 
384 
323 
349 
476 
532 
389 
371 
375 
198 
331 
583 
460 
156 



D.fr. 

Cap. 



107 

112 

40 

79 

29 

53 

127 

139 

198 



325 



322 

1,002 
291 

1,014 
511 
539 
480 
429 
369 
409 
370 
411 
411 
576 
563 



201 
33 

201 

8 

38 

15 

52 

130 
87 
75 

215 

74 

7 

124 
18 
31 
57 

m 

•15 

120 

79 

56 

8 

112 
41 
75 

105 
87 
10 
35 
61 



147 

"89 

ii 

162 

104 

33 
25 
13 
46 
15 
41 
62 
10 



* The population of Pitlsbnr?, as civen above, is that of the city only. The borouEh of Alle^henv Town, with a population of 
2, SOI, the borough of Bayardstown, 2,118, and Birmineham borough, 520, are usually considered' suburbs of that city. Total, 
I,',007. 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



ii; 



Names of Places. 



Pleasant Garden, . . . . 

Ple>^sant Hill, 

Pleasant Hill, 

Pleasant Mills, 

Pleasant Run, 

Pleasant Unit}', 

Pleasantvale, 

Pleasant Valley, 

Pleasantville, ....... 

Pleasantville, e . 

Pleasureville, 

Plesis, 

Pluckamin, 

Plumb, 

Plumb, 

Plumb Creek, 

Plummers, 

Plumstead, H. 

Plymouth, 

Plymouth, 

Plymouth, 

PLYMOUTH, 

Plymouth, 

Plymouth, 

Plymouth, 

Plymouth, B. 

Plymouth, 

Plymouth, O. 

Plymouth, 

Plymouth, 

Plymouth, 

Plympton, D. 

POCAHONTAS, . . . 

Pocahontas, 

Pocahontas, 

Pocotaliga, 

Point, 

Point, 

POINT COUPEE, . 

Point Coupee, 

Point LookofF, 

Point Pleasant, 

Point Pleasant, 

Point Pleasant, 

Point Remove, 

Pokagon, 

Pokagon, 

Pokono, 

Poland, 

Poland, 

Pomfret, 

Pomfret, 

Pomfret, 

Pompey, 

Pompey Hill, 

Pompton, 

Pompton, 

Pond Spring, 

Pontiac, 

Pontine, 

Pooleville, 



Class. 



tsh. 
c. t 
tsh. 
tsh. 



County, . 



t 

tsh. ... 

t 

t 

tsh 

t , 

t , 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

c. t 

t 

County, . 

c. t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



t. 



t. 



t 

tsh. ... 
tsh. . . . 
Parish, 
c. t 



t. 



tsh. 



tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t. ., 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t. .. 



t. 



tsh. 
t. 



County. 



Putnam, 

Charles, 

Crawford, 

Gloucester, . . . . 
Lawrence, . . . . 
Westmoreland, 

Pike, 

Dutchess, 

West Chester, . 

Fairfield, 

Henry, 

Jefferson, 

Somerset, 

Allegany, 

Venango, 

Armstrong, . . . 

Greene, 

Bucks, 

Penobscot, . . . . 

Grafton, 

Windsor, 



Plymouth, ... 
Litchfield, ... 
Chenango, ... 

Luzerne, 

Luzerne, 

Montgomery,. . 
Washington, . . 

Rutland, 

Wayne, , 

Plymouth, ... 



Chesterfield, . 
Hardiman, . . 
Beaufort, . . . 
Northumberl'nd 
Posey, 



State. 



Point Coupee,. . 

Franklin, 

Mason, 

Concordia, 

Clermont, 

Conway, 

Cass, 

Cass, 

Northampton,. . 
Cumberland, . . 

Trumbull, 

Windsor, 

Windham, . . . . 
Chautauque, . . . 
Onondaga, . . . . 
Onondaga, . . . . 

Bergen, 

Morris, 

Franklin, 

Oakland, 

Oakland, 

Montgomery,. . 



In. 

Md. 

A. T. 

N.J. 

In. 

Pa. 

II. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

In. 

Pa. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

O. 

.M. T. 

Mas 

Va. 

Va. 

Ten. 

S. C. 

Pa. 

In. 

La. 

La. 

Mo. 

Va. 

La. 

0. 

A. T. 

M. T. 

M.T. 

Pa. 

Me. 

O. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Ten. 

M.T. 

M.T. 

Md. 



Kef. 
Letters 



Gg 
R h 
Z A 

Tg 
Hh 
Of 

Cg 
Uc 
Ue 

Ih 

Sb 

Sf 

Of 

Oc 

Of 

Hh 

Sf 

Yb 

W c 

Vc 

Xe 

Xe 

Ue 

Sd 

Re 

Re 

Sf 

Rk 

Lf 

Kd 

Xe 

Nh 

Qi 

Fk 

Nh 

R f 

Fi 

Cp 

Cp 

Dh 

Lh 

Cn 

Jh 

Bk 

He 

He 

Se 

Xb 

Ne 

Vc 

We 

Od 

Rd 

Rd 

Tc 

Tf 

Hk 

Kd 

Kd 

Q g 



Popula 
tion. 



2,419 
'"'34 



1,720 

44.9 

1,468 



1,844 
504 
1,175 
1,240 
43,044 
4,758 
2,064 
1,609 
1,866 



1,090 
1,048 



920 
2,542 



5,936 



116 



231 



568 
1,916 

1,186 
1,866 



3,386 
4,812 



3,085 



a fr. 
Wash 



617 
26 
1,207 
173 
633 
189 
939 
308 
264 
371 
562 
436 
205 
214 
288 
204 
646 
165 
662 
515 
480 



439 
325 
340 
219 
219 
143 
290 
400 
539 
431 



144 
842 
607 
164 
753 



1,210 
889 
358 

1,139 



U fr. 
Cap. 

~47 

63 

139 

65 

68 

167 

158 

82 

125 

29 

34 

184 

39 

186 

220 

172 

78 

112 

44 

40 

83 



495 128 



654 
654 
210 
572 
283 
484 
371 
360 
337 
337 
238 
236 
666 
552 
552 
33 



38 

23 

118 

109 

109 

91 

128 

91 

27 

33 



22 
151 
141 

54 

189 



154 
91 

358 

298 



180 

180 

118 

82 

164 

40 

36 

315 

132 

132 

72 

70 

64 

26 

26 

70 



116 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Pooleville, P. O. . 

POPE, 

POPE, 

Poplar Spring', . . 
Poplar Spring, . . 
Poplar Grove, . . . 

Poplin, 

Portage, 

PORTAGE,... 

Portage, 

Portage, 

Portage, 

Port Allegany, . . 
Port Barnet, . . . , 

Port Bay, 

Port Clinton. . . . , 
Port Conway, . . , 
Port Damascus, , 
Port Deposit, . . , 
Port Douglass, . , 
Port Elizabeth, . . 
Porter, , 



.D. 



Porter, 

Porter, , 

Porter, 

Porter, , 

Portersville, . . . . 
Portersville, . . . . 
Port Gibson, ... 

Port Gibson, 

Port Glasgow, . 
Port Hickey, . . . 
Port Hudson, . . 
Port Jervis, .... 
Port Johnson,. . 
Port Kent, .... 

Portland, 

Portland, 

Portland, 

Portland, 

Portland, 

Portland, 

Portland, 

Port Lawrence, 
Port Lawrence, 
Port Lyon, .... 
Port Oliver, . . . 
Port Republic, . 
Port Royal, .... 
Port Royal, .... 
Portsmouth, . . . 
Portsmouth, . . . 
Portsinouth, . . . 
Portsmouth, . . . 
Port Tobacco, . . 
Port V/atson, . . 
Port William, . . 

POSEY, 

Posey, 

Posey, 

Posey, 



Class. 



County, . 
County, . 



tsh. and t. 
County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



t. 



tsh. 



tsh. 
tsh, 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



c.t. 



City, 



.B. 



tsh. 



tsh. 



c.t. 



t. .. 
c.t. 



c. t. 



c. t. 
t. .. 



c. t. 



County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



County. 



Spartanburg, 



Ann Arundel, . 
Orangeburg, . . 
Newberry, . . . . 
Rockingham, . . 
Allegany, 



State. 



Portage, .... . 
Sandusky, .... 
St. Joseph's, . . . 

McKean, 

Jefferson, 

Wayne, 

Sandusky, .... 
King George, . . 

Henry, 

Cecil, 

Essex, 

Cumberland, . . 

Oxford, 

Niagara, 

Huntingdon, . . 

Delaware, 

Scioto, 

Mobile, 

Dubois, 

Ontario, 

Claiborne, 

Wayne, 

E. Baton Rouge, 
E. Baton Rouge, 

Orange, 

Westmoreland, 

Essex, 

Cumberland, . . 
Chautauque, . . . 

Otsego, 

Dallas, 

Jefferson, 

Huron, 

Fountain, 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Dauphin, 

Allen, 

Rockingham, . . 

Caroline, 

Montgomery,?. 
Rockingham, . . 

Newport, 

Norfolk, 

Scioto, 

Charles, 

Cortland, 

Gallatin, 



Clay, ... 

Fayette, . 
Franklin, 



S. C. 

A. T. 

U. 

Md. 

S. C. 

S. C. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Va. 

O. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

Al. 

In. 

N. Y. 

Mi. 

N. Y. 

La. 

La. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Al. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

Va. 

Va. 

Ten. 

N. H. 

R.I. 

Va. 

0. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 



Ref. 
Letters 



LI 

Ak 

Fi 

Kg 

M m 

Ml 

Wd 

Pd 

Me 

Me 

Le 

He 

Pe 

Oe 

Re 

Le 

Qh 

Je 

Rg 

Ub 

X c 

Oe 

Pf 

Lf 

Lh 

Fp 

Gh 

Oc 

Co 

Re 

Cp 

C 

T 

O 

u 

X 

o 

Sd 

Gn 

Ih 

Le 

Gf 

Ke 

Ke 

Rf 

Ij 
Ph 

Qh 

Gj 
Xc 
We 

Rj 

Kh 

Rh 

Rd 

Ih 

Gh 

Gg 

Ig 

Ig 



P 
e 
f 
b 
c 
d 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,483 
3,316 



429 

1,839 

18,826 

475 

333 



1,082 
116 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



841 
1,490 



304 
917 



45 



12,592 
1,771 



398 
764 



8,026 
1,727 



1,063 



323 

6,549 



485 



61 

540 
519 
479 
347 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



112 



334 

442 
692 
295 
236 
382 
442 
79 
485 
75 
522 
182 
552 
406 
148 
389 
430 

1,055 
662 
348 

1,101 
380 

1,225 

1,221 
260 
199 
525 
542 
357 
363 
901 
592 
415 
661 
472 
472 
119 
675 
143 
78 
744 
491 
413 
219 
421 
32 
312 
565 



646 
537 
536 



58 
43 
45 
31 
247 



113 
117 
163 

186 

164 

193 

117 

60 

161 

67 

146 

85 

91 

298 

92 

26 

100 

248 

124 

193 

67 

193 

147 

143 

120 

171 

149 

53 

328 

81 

112 

54 

115 

88 

54 

55 

9 

140 

121 

59 

42 

45 

18 

116 

91 

69 

140 

57 



69 

58 
55 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



117 



Names of Places. 



Posey, 

Posey, 

Posey, 

Potiesville, 

Potosi, 

POTTER, 

Potter, 

Pottersville, 

Pottsdam, 

Pottsgrove, N. 

Pottsgrove, 

Pottstown, 

Pottsville, 

Pou/rhkeepsie, 

Pouitney, 

Poundridge, F. 

Poundridge, 

Powelton, 

POWHATAN, 

PownaJ, 

Pownal, 

Prairie, 

Prairie, 

Prairie, 

Prairie, 

Prairie du Ckien, . . . 

Prattsburg, 

Prattsburg, 

Prattsville, 

Preble, 

PREBLE, 

Prescot, 

Preston, 

Preston, 

Preston, 

PRESTON, 

Prestonburg, 

Prestonville, 

Price's, P. O 

Pricetown, 

PRINCE EDWARD 
Prince Edward, C. H. 
Prince Frederick T'n. 
PRINCE GEORGE, 
PRINCE GEORGE, 
Prince George, C. H.. 
PRINCESS ANNE, 
Princess Anne, C. H. 
Princess Anne, .... 

Princeton, 

Princeton, 

Princeton, 

Princeton, 

Princeton, 

Princeton, . 
Princeton, . 
Princeton, . 



PRINCEWILLIAM\County 

Prince William,. 

Prospect, 

Prospect, 



.B 



Class. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



c. t 

County, . 

tsh 

t 



tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

t 

t 



tsh. and c. t. 
t 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



County, , 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh. and t. 
t 



t. 



tsh. and t. 
County, . . 
t 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

c. t 

t 



t. 



County, . 

c. t 

c. t 

County, . 
County, . 

c. t 

County,. 

c. t 

c. t 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
c. t. 



t. .. 
c. t. 

t .. 

c. t. 



Parish, 

t 

L 



County. 



Harrison, . . . 

Rush, 

Washington, 
Louisa, . . . . 
Washington, 



Centre, 

Crawford, 

St. Lawrence, . 
Montgomery,. . 
Nortliumbcrrnd 
Montgomery,. . 
Schuylkill, .... 

Dutchess, 

Rutland, 

West Chester, . 
West Chester, . 
Hancock, 



Cumberland, . . 
Bennington,. . . 

Franklin, 

Holmes, 

Henry, 

Vigo, 

Crawford, . . . . 

Steuben, 

Warren, 

Oswego, 

Cortland, . . . . 



Hampshire, . . 
New London,. 
Chenango, . . . 
Wayne, 



Floyd, 

Rhea, 

Spartanburg, . 
Berks, 



Prince Edward, 
Calvert, .... 



Prince George, 



Pr. Anne, . . . 
Somerset,. . . , 
Worcester, . . 
Schenectady, 
Somerset, . . . . 
Washington, . 
Jackson,. . . . 
Caldwell, . . . 

Butler, 

Gibson, 



Beaufort, .... 

Waldo 

New Haven, . 



State. 



In. 
In. 
In. 

Va. 

Mo. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

Va. 

Me. 

Vt. 

O. 

O. 

In, 

In. 

M.T. 

N. Y. 

Mi. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Ken. 

Ten. 

S. C. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 

Md. 

Md. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

Md. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

Va. 

S. C. 

Me. 

Ct. 



Ref. 
Letters 



I? 
Hh 

Qi 

Di 

Pc 

Qf 

Ne 

Sb 

Sf 

Re 

Sf 

Rf 

Ue 

Uc 

Ue 

Ue 

Km 

Qi 

Xc 

Ud 

Kg 
Lf 

Ig 

Gg 

Cc 

Qd 

Cn 

R c 

Rd 

Jg 
Vd 
Ve 

Sd 
Se 

Og 

Li 

Jk 

LI 

Sf 

P i 

Pi 

Rh 

Rh 

Qi 

Qi 

Rj 

Rj 

Sh 

Wd 

Td 

Tf 

Cn 

Ij 
Gl 

J? 
Gh 

Qh 

Mn 

Zb 

Ve 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,199 



1,265 

1,872 



3,661 
1,302 



677 
2,464 
7 222 
L90y 
1,437 



8,517 

1,308 

1,834 

193 

887 



2,402 



1,435 

16,291 

758 

1,934 

1,213 

290 

5,144 

81 



14,107 



20,474 
28,367 



9,102 



1,346 
812 



366 
775 



9,330 

9,03<i 

2,383 

651 



D. fr. 
VVach. 



607 
560 
618 
89 
915 



». fr. 
Cap. 

"129 

33 

100 
47 

127 



180 
308 
484 
143 
175 
143 
175 
301 
449 
272 
272 
605 



564 
408 
401 
344 
541 
662 

1,060 
314 

1,101 
384 
320 



395 
368 
337 
277 



445 
575 
490 
152 



166 
56 



161 



240 
144 

408 
392 
177 
1,154 
648 
766 
483 
702 



596 
653 
316 



79 

247 

216 

68 

67 

68 

67 

75 

83 

139 

139 

37 



35 
126 
5 
83 
44 
90 

'262 

66 

149 

136 



72 

46 

115 

274 



142 

147 

91 

61 



75 
63 



39 



137 

107 

47 

16 

11 

119 

107 

229 

~98 

141 



96 
52 
23 



118 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Prospect Hill, 

Prospect Hill, P.O. . . 
PROVIDENCE,... 

Providence, 

Providence, 

Providence, 

Providence, 

Providence, Lower, I 
Providence, Upper, U 

Province town, 

Prunty town, 

Pughtown, 

Pughtown, 

Pulaski, 

PULASKI, 

PULASKI, 

Pulaski, 

PULASKI, 

Pultney, 

Pultney, 

Pumpkin Town, . . . . 

Pungoteague, 

Punyatawny, 

Purdy, 

Purysburg, 

PUTNAM, 

Putnam, 

PUTNAM, 

PUTNAM, 

Putnam, d . 

PUTNAM, 

PUTNAM, 

Putnamville, 

Putney, 

Pymatuning, 

Quakerhill, 

Quakertown, 

Quantico, 

QUEEN ANN, .... 

Queen Ann, 

QUEENS, 

Queensborough, . 

Queensbury, 

Queenstown, 

Quemahoning, 

Quincy, 

Quincy, 

Quincy, 

Quincy, 

Quincy, 

Rabersburg, 

RABUN, 

Raccoon, B 

Raccoon, 

Radnor, L . 

Radnor, 

Rahway, 

Raisinville, 

Ramapo, 

RALEXaK, 

Raleigh, 



Class. 



t. 



Coimty, . . 

City 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

County, . . 
County, . . 
c.t. .'.... 
County, . . 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

t 

t 

t 

c. t 

t 

County, . . 

tsh 

County, . . 
County, . . 



County, . 
County, . 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



County, . 

t 

County, . 



tsh. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
c. t. 



t 

t 

e. t 

t 

Coimty, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

Capital, 

c 



County. 



Fairfax, . , 
Caswell, . , 



Providence, . . 
Saratoga, .... 

Bedford, 

Luzerne, 

Montgomery, . 
Montgomery,. 
Barnstable, . . . 
Harrison, .... 

Chester, 

Frederick, . . . 
Oswego, 



Giles, 



Steuben, . . . . 
Belmont, . . . ■ 
Pickens, . . . 
Accomack,. . 
Jefferson, . . , 
McNairy, . . 
Beaufort, . . , 



Washington, 



Muskingum, 



Putnam, . . 
Windham, 
Mercer,. . . 
Dutchess, . 
Bucks, ... 
Somerset, . 



Prince Georges, 



Tuscarawas, . 
Warren, — . , 
Queen Ann, . , 
Somerset, . . . . 

Norfolk, 

Gadsden, . . . . 

Monroe, 

Gibson, 

Adams, 

Centre, , 



Gallia, . . . 
Parke,. . . . 
Delaware, . 
Delaware, . 
Essex, . . . . 
Monroe, . . 
Rockland,. 
Wake,. 



t Shelby,. 



State. 



Va. 

N. C. 

R. L 

R. I. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

Va. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N.Y. 

Geo. 

A. T. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

N.Y. 

O. 

S.C. 

Va. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

S. C. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Geo. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

U. 

In. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Md. 

Md. 

N.Y. 

O, 

N.Y. 

Md. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

F.T. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

II. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

O. 

N.J. 

M.T. 

N.Y. 

N. C. 

Ten. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Qh 

Oj 
We 
We 
Tc 

Se 
Sf 
Sf 
Xd 

Ng 
Sf 

Pg 

Re 

Kn 

Bl 

Gk 

Ji 

Qd 

Nf 

LI 

Si 

Of 

Fk 

Mn 

Ue 

Uc 

Km 

Jf 

Hg 

Ee 

Hg 

Vc 

Ne 
Ue 
Sf 
Sh 

Sg 

Rh 

Uf 

Mf 

Uc 

Rg 
Pf 

Wd 

Jp 

Fm 

Ek 

Cg 

Qf 

Ki 
Lh 

Gg 

Sf 

Kf 

Tf 

Ke 

te 

Pk 

Dk 



Popula 
tion. 



47,018 
16,833 
1,579 
2,214 
976 
1,193 
1,682 
1,710 



4,906 
2,395 



9,500 
1,724 
1,548 



12,628 
718 

13,261 
230 

758 
8,262 



1,510 



14,397 



22,460 



3,080 



1,102 
2,201 



2,176 
1,146 



1,101 

642 

1,983 



2,837 



D.fr. 
Wash. 



9 
281 



394 
415 
109 
238 
156 
149 
516 
209 
137 
80 
393 



739 



320 
263 
537 
218 
216 
819 
639 



467 



336 



613 

428 



319 
172 
133 



27 



297 
430 
62 
155 
441 
873 
934 
867 
974 
201 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

132 
59 



374 
642 
136 
426 
205 
501 
251 
286 
906 



43 

87 
130 

96 
•80 
118 
276 

70 
159 
154 



77 



208 
132 
145 
202 
160 
128 
173 



90 



59 



42 
105 



62 

86 
96 



14 



129 

53 

25 

133 

9 

23 

168 

153 

193 

93 



96 
70 
83 
30 
39 
56 
132 

217 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



119 



Names of Places. 



Raleigh, 

RALLS, 

Randallstown, 

Randallsville.P.O.. . 

Randolph, 

Randolph, 

Randolph, 

Randolph, 

Randolph, 

Randolph, , 

RANDOLPH, .... 
RANDOLPH, .... 
RANDOLPH, .... 
RANDOLPH, .... 

Randolph, 

Randolph, , 

Randolph, , 

RANDOLPH, .... 

Randolph, 

Randolph, 

RANDOLPH, 

RANDOLPH, 

Random, , 

Range, 

RANKIN, 

Rankin, 

Raphoe, 

RAPIDES, 

Ravenna, 

Ravenna, E . 

Ray 

Ray, 

Ray 

RAY, 

Raymond, 



.A. 



Raymond, 

Raymond, 

Raynham, 

Raysville, 

Readfield, 

Reading, M 

Reading, 

Reading, 

Reading, 

Reading, 

Reading, 

Reading, . . 
Reading, . . 

Readington, 

Readsboro', 

Readyville, 

Reamstown, 

Red Bank, 

Redding, 

Redfield, 

Red Hook, 

Redlion, B. 

Red Milk, 

Redstone, F . 

Red Sulphur Springs, 
Reed, 



Class. 



County, . 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County,. 
County, . 
County, . 
County, . 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 



tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh 

Parish, . 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



c. t. 



t. 



t. 



tsh. 
c. t. 



t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t 

tsh 

Hundred, 

t 

Uh , 



tsh. 



County. 



Union, 



Baltimore, . . 
Robeson, . . . 

Coos, 

Orange, . . . . 
Norfolk, . . . . 
Cattaraugus, 

Morris, 

Crawford,. . . 



Tipton, 

Montgomery,. 
Portage, 



Dearborn, . . . 
Tippecanoe, . 



Essex, . . . 
Madison, 



Yazoo, . . . 
Lancaster, 



Portage, . 
Portage, . 
Macomb, 
Franklin, 
Morgan, . 



Cumberland, . 
Rockingham,. 

Hinds, 

Bristol, 

Warren, 

Kennebeck, . . 
Middlesex, . . . 
Windsor, . . . , 
Fairfield, . . . . 

Steuben, 

Adams, 

Berks, 

Hamilton, . . . . 

Perry 

Hunterdon, . . . 
Bennington, . . 
Rutherford, . . 
Lancaster, . . . 
Armstrong, . . 

Jackson, 

Oswego, 

Dutchess, . . . . 
New Castle, . . 

Putnam, 

Fayette, 

Monroe, 

Seneca, 



State. 



Ken. 

Mo. 

Md. 

N. C. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N.C. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Ten. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

Vt. 

O. 

Mi. 

Mi. 

Pa. 

La. 

O. 

O. 

M.T. 

In. 

In. 

Mo. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Mi. 

Mas. 

O. 

Me. 

Mas. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

N.J. 

Vt. 

Ten. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

In. 

N. Y 

N. Y. 

Del. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Va- 

O. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Fi 

Rg 

01 

Wb 

Vc 

Wd 

Od 

Tf 

Ne 

Oh 

Ok 

Jo 

Im 

Dk 

Jg 

Me 

Jf 

Jh 

Hf 

Eh 

Cg 
Wb 

Kg 

Dn 

Dm 

Rf 

Bo 

Me 

Me 

Ld 

Tg 

Hg 

Z A 

Xc 

Wc 

Dn 

We 

Jg 

Yb 

Wd 

Vc 

Ue 

Rd 

Rg 

Sf 

Jg 
Lg 
Tf 

Vd 

Hk 

Rf 

Oe 

Ih 

So 

Ud 

Sg 
Ue 

Og 

Ni 
Le 



Popula- 
tion. 



4,375 



143 
2,743 
2,200 

776 
1,443 

561 

5,000 

12,906 

2,191 



1,468 

690 

3,912 



4,429 

2,942 

105 

611 

2,083 



3,432 
7,575 



806 
164 



2,657 

1,756 

999 



1,208 
64 
1,184 
1,806 
1,409 
4,246 
1,568 
1,001 



200 
2,313 
2,102 

662 



1,656 



341 
2,983 
1,473 



1,209 
"264 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



?53 



48 


40 


372 


86 


566 


99 


501 


23 


433 


13 


348 


312 


225 


59 


309 


248 



910 
470 
317 



537 
633 



575 
423 



1,050 
116 

320 
320 
584 
539 
613 



D.(t. 
Cap. 



564 
474 
1,053 
418 
465 
610 
444 
483 
283 
289 
90 
143 
486 
356 
202 
413 
673 
129 
235 
590 
429 
323 
109 
282 
200 
282 
413 



215 



218 

78 

132 



112 
60 



89 
27 



85 
36 

127 
127 

58 
55 
30 



10 

26 
19 
29 
69 
11 
12 
73 
65 

186 
24 
52 

101 
44 
36 

135 
45 
42 

188 
59 

131 
51 
31 

118 

193 

240 
95 



120 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Reeder's Corners, . . . . 

Reesville, 

Reeve, 

Rehoboth, 

Rehoboth, 

Rehoboth, 

Rehrersburg-, 

ReiJey, 

Reiley, 

Reisterstown, 

Remsen, 

RENSSELAER, . . . 
Rensselaer's Mills,. . . 

Rensselaerville, 

Renwick, 

Republican, 

Reserve, 

Reynoldshurgt 

RHEA, 

Rheatown, 

Riiinebeck, 

Riceborough, 

Rice Creek Springs, . 

Richards, 

Richardsonville, 

Richfield, 

Richfield, 

Richford, 

Richford, 

Rich Hill 

Rich Hill, 

Richland, 

Richland, J 

Richland, 

Richland, 

RICHLAND, 

RICHLAND 

Richland, 



Class. 



tsh. 



Hundred, 



tsli 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. 
County,. . 



tsh. and t. . 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

County, . . . 

t 

tsh. and t. . 
c. t 



Richland, 

Richland, 

Richland, 

Richland, 

Richland, 

Richland, 

Richland, ■ 

Richland, ■ 

Richland, 

Richland, 

Richland, 

Richland, 

Richmond, 

Richmond, 

Richmond, ........ 

Richmond, H 

Richmond, 

RICHMOND, 

Richmond, 

Richmond, 

Richmond, J 

Richmond, 

Richmond, 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

District, . 
County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t , 

t , 

County, . 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



County. 



Yates, 

Montgomery,. 

Daviess, 

Bristol, 

Sussex, 

Perry, 

Berks, 

Vigo, 

Butler, 

Baltimore, . . . 
Oneida, 



Rensselaer,. . . 

Albany, 

Tompkins, . . 
Jefferson, . . . 

Parke, 

Humphreys, . 



Greene, 

Dutchess, .... 

Liberty, 

Richland, .... 
Hancock, . . . 
Edgefield, .... 

Otsego, 

Medina, 

Franklin, .... 

Tioga, 

Greene, 

Muskingum, . 

Oswego 

Bucks, 

Lancaster, . . . 
Venango , . . . . 



Belmont, . . . 
Clinton, .... 

Dark, 

Fairfield, . . . 
Guernsey, . . . 

Henry, 

Holmes, .... 
Jackson, .... 

Marion, 

Fountain, . . . 
Greene,. . . . 
Monroe, .... 

Rush, 

Lincoln, . . . . 
Cheshire, . . . . 
Chittenden, . . 
Berkshire, . . . 
Washington, 



Ontario, . . . , 
Richmond, . 

Berks, 

Crawford, . . , 
Tioga, 



State. 



Kef. 
Letters 



N. Y. 

Pa. 

In. 

Mas. 

Del. 

O. 

Pa. 

In. 

O. 

Md. 

N.Y. 

N. Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

In. 

In. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

N.Y. 

Geo. 

S. C. 

Me. 

S. C. 

N.Y. 

O. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

S.C. 

o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Mc. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

R. L 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 



Popula 
tion. 



Qd 

Sf 

Gh 

We 

Sn 

Lg 
Rf 

Gg 
Jg 
Rg 
So 
Ud 
Ud 

Rd 

Ih 

Gg 

Fj 

Jk 

Lj 
Ue 

Mo 

Nl 

Zb 

Mm 

Sd 

Me 

Vb 

Rd 

Ng 

Mg 

Re 

Sf 

Rf 

Oe 

Nm 

Lf 

Mf 

Kg 
Jf 

Lg 
Mg 
Je 
Lf 

Lg 
Kf 

Jf 

Hg 

Hg 

Jg 
Yb 

Vd 

Vb 

Ud 

We 

Tf 

Qd 

Tf 

Sf 

Oe 

Qe 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



2,459 



80 



1,832 



1,400 
49,424 



3,685 



8,186 
2,938 



127 

1,752 
653 

704 



994 
1,263 
2,733 
1,719 



693 

11,462 

24,006 

3,747 

1,651 

357 

1,537 

1,824 

167 

180 

420 

444 



1,308 
1,302 
1,109 
844 
1,363 
7,082 
1,876 



1,379 
252 

581 



304 
139 
666 
408 
127 
350 
148 
645 
507 
54 
400 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

184 
84 

128 
39 
45 
50 
38 
78 

120 
46 
96 



393 

369 
292 
585 
645 
792 



444 
317 
692 
487 
679 
540 
377 
344 
563 
294 
240 
322 
379 
172 
107 
245 



36 

24 

163 

80 
73 

78 



283 
57 

202 
13 
85 
77 
69 

130 
66 

151 

233 
73 

153 
86 
21 

206 



275 
337 
489 
362 
320 
482 
355 
374 
409 
644 
645 
634 
545 
583 
423 
519 
361 
379 



124 
60 
92 
38 

124 

158 
69 
46 
40 
71 
72 
51 
48 
15 
75 
26 

136 
29 



353 
221 
155 
310 
240 



212 
167 
61 
243 
134 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



121 



Names of Places. 



RZCRIMEOND, 

RICHMOND 

Richmond, C.H. . . . , 

RICHMOND, 

RICHMOND 

Richmond Springs, . . 

Richmond, 

Richmond, 

Richmond, 

Richmond, 

Richmond, 

Richmond, 

Richmond, 

Ridgeburg, , 

Ridgefield, 

Ridgefield, C. 

Ridgeville, 

Ridgeville, 

Ridgcville, 

Ridgeville, 

Ridgeway, 

Ridgeway, 

Ridgeway's Settlem't. 

Ridley, 

Riga, 

Riley, 

Riley 

Rindge, 

Ringoes, 

Ringwood, 

Ripley, 



Ripley, 

Ripley, 

Ripley, 

Ripley, 

RIPLEY, 

Ripley, 

Ripley, 

RIPLEY, 

Ripton, 

Rising Sun, . . . . 
Ritchieville, . . . . 

Riverhead, 

ROANE, 

Robb 

Robbinston 

ROBERTSON,. 

Robertsville 

Robeson, 

ROBESON,.... 

Robinson, 

Robinson, 

Robinson, 

Rochester, 

Rochester, 

Rochester, 

Rochester, 

Rochester, 

Rochester, 

Rochester, 

Rock, 



.E. 



Class. 



Capital, . 
County, . . 

c. t 

County, . 
County,. 



c. t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

c. t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. 
tsh 



tsh 

tsh. and t. 
t 



tsh. 



tsh. and t. 
t 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh. and t. 
County, . . 

tsh 

t 



County, 



tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



c.t. 
tsh. 



County. 



Henrico, 

Richmond,. . . 



tsh. 



Richmond,. . 
Madison, . . . 
Ashtabula, . . 
Jefferson, . . . 

Ross, 

Wayne, . . . . 
Morgan, . . . . 

Ray 

Bradford, . . . 
Fairfield, . . . 

Huron, 

Madison, . . . 
Juniatta, . . . 

Lorain, 

Warren, . . . . 
Orleans, . . . . 
Jefferson, . . . 
Jefferson, . . . 
Delaware, . . 
]\Ionroe, . . . . 

Oxford, 

Sandusky, . . 
Cheshire, . . . 
Hunterdon, . 
Bergen, . . . . 
Somerset, . . 
Chautauque, 

Brown, 

Holmes, . . . . 
Huron, 



Montgomery,. 
Rush, 



Addison, 

Dearborn,. . . , 
Dinwiddle,. ., 
Suffolk, 



Posey, 

Washington, . . 



Beaufort, 
Berks, .. 



Allegany, 

Washington, . 

Posey, 

Strafford, .... 

Windsor, 

Plymouth, . . . , 

Monroe, 

Ulster, 

Warren, 

Oakland, 

Harrison, . . . . , 



State. 



Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

N.C. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

Pa. 

Ct. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

xNT. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

O. 

N. H. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

0. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Mo. 

Vt. 

In. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

In. 

Me. 

Ten. 

S. C. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

In. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

O. 

M.T. 

O. 



Kef. 
Letters 



Ql 

Ri 

Ri 

01 

L m 

L m 

J i 

Ne 

Nf 

Lg 

J& 
Df 

Ag 
Re 
Ue 
Lc 

Sc 

Qf 
Le 

3g 
Pc 

Pe 

Pe 

Sg 

Qc 
Xb 
Ke 

Vd 
Tf 
Te 
Ya 
Od 
K h 
Lf 
Le 

Ig 
Gg 

Jg 
Bi 

Vb 

Ih 

Qj 

Vf 

Jk 
Gh 
AZa 

Hj 

Mn 

Sf 



O 
N 
N 
G 
X 
V 
X 

Q 

T 

J? 
Kd 

Mf 



1 
f 
f 
h 
c 



e 
c 
e 



I'lipula 
lion. 



16,060 
6,055 



!),.3G9 
11,644 



181 
231 
221 



627 

2,323 

842 



522 

67 

1,972 



1,058 

1,907 

57 



1,269 



644 
1,647 
572 
620 
176 
3,989 



1). fr. 
Wasli. 



I), fr. 
("ap. 



122 
118 



596 
537 
315 
271 
402 
504 
833 
1,101 
261 
278 
404 
383 
146 
372 
474 
402 
236 
236 
124 
374 
606 
428 
435 
176 
246 
659 
357 
480 
346 
397 



278 



2,016 

11,341 

866 

116 

13,272 



1,966 
9,433 
1,371 

924 



2.155 
1,392 
3,556 
9,207 
1,376 
158 



708 



625 
542 



491 
537 
164 
305 



722 
794 



229 
241 
730 
500 
488 
436 
361 
299 
458 
569 
254 



56 



74 

50 

201 

143 

58 

69 

111 

149 

150 

72 

109 

128 

39 

134 

78 

262 

165 

165 

98 

230 

68 

107 

64 

17 

80 

60 

336 

113 

75 

96 



52 
31 



49 
112 

42 
231 



161 

192 



629 160 
136 58 



207 

218 

177 

32 

41 

49 

219 

72 

81 

43 

177 



122 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



County, . 
County, . 
t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



t. 



t. 



tsh. 



Class. 



ROCK BRIDGE, . . 
ROCK CASTLE, . . 

Rock City, 

Rock Creek, 

Rock Creek, 

Rockdale, 

Rockford, 

Rock Hall, 

Rock Haven, 

Rock Haven, 

Rockhill, I. 

Rockhill, 

ROCKINGHAM, . . . 

Rockingham, 

ROCKINGHAM, . . . 
ROCKINGHAM, . . . 

Rockingham, 

Rockingfham Springs, 

ROCKLAND, 

ROCKLAND, 

Rockland, 

Rockland, I. 

Rockland, 

Rocklanding, 

Rockport, 

Rockport, 

Rocksburg, 

Rock Spring, P.O.... 

Rockstream, 

Rocktown, 

Rockville, 

Rockville, 

Rockville, 

Rocky Mount, 

Rocky Mount, P. O. . 

Rocky Mount, 

Rocky Spring, P.O. . 

Rodman, 

Rodney, 

Rogerstown, 

Rogersville, , 

Rogersville, , 

Rogersville, 

Rogersville, 

Rome, 

Rome, 

Rome, 

ROME, 

Rome, 

Rome, 

Rome, 

Rome, 

Rome, 

Romeo, 

Romney, 

Romney, 

Romulus, 

Ronaldsburg, 

Root, 

Rootstown, 

Roscomb Manor, . . K . 



County, . 



t. 



County, . 
County, . 
c. t 



County, . 
County,. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

c. t 

t 



c. t. 

c.t. 



County. 



Saratoga, . . . . 
Bartholomew, 

Carroll, 

Crawford, . . . . 

Surry, 

Kent, 

Leon, 

Pope, 

Bucks, 

Baldwin, 



Windham, . . 



Richmond, . . 
Rockingham, 



tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

c. t 

c. t 

t , 

tsh. and c. 

tsh 

County, . . 



Sullivan, 

Berks, 

Venango, .... 

Halifax, 

Cuyahoga, . . . 

Spencer, 

Frankhn, 

Beaufort, 

Yates, 

Dauphin, 

Montgomery,. . 

Scioto, 

Parke, 

Franklin, 

Fairfield, 

Autauga, 

Claiborne, 

Jefferson, 

Jefferson, 

Franklin, . . . . . 

Person, 

Anderson, . . . . 
Lauderdale, . . . 

Hawkins, 

Kennebeck, . . . 

Oneida, 

Crawford, 



State. 



tsh , 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

t 

t 

c. t 

tsh. and t. . 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



Smith, 

Ashtabula, .... 

Athens, 

Lawrence, .... 

Perry, 

Macomb, . o . . . 

Graflon, 

Hampshire, . . . 

SenecBL, 

Trigg 

Montgomery, . . 

Portage, 

Berks, .... 



Va. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

In. 

In. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

Md. 

F.T. 

II. 

Pa. 

Al. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Va. 

N. C. 

N. C. 

N. C. 

II. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

S. C. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Md. 

O. 

In. 

Va. 

S. C. 

Al. 

Mi. 

N.Y. 

Mi. 

Mo. 

N.C. 

S. C. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

M. T. 

N.H. 

Va. 

N.Y. 

Ken. 

N.Y. 

O. 

Pa. 



Ref. 
Letters 






Oi 
Ji 
Uc 

I? 
Hf 

Ne 
Nj 

Jp 

Fi 

Sf 

Fp 

Wd 

Vc 

Ph 

Oj 
01 

Oj 
De 

Te 

Te 

Sf 
Oe 

Qj 
Me 

Gi 

Qf 
Mn 
Rd 
Rf 

Qg 
Kh 

Gg 

Oj 

Nl 

Hn 

Dn 

Sc 

Co 

Dh 

Pj 
LI 
Gl 

Kj 
Yb 

Sc 
Oe 
Jk 

Hj 

Ne 

Mg 

Lh 

Hi 

Ld 

Wc 

Pg 
Rd 

Fj 
Td 

Me 

Sf 



Popula- 
tion. 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



14,244 
2,865 



225 



2,102 



44,325 

2,278 

20,683 

12,935 



9,388 

547 

1,342 

778 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



412 

590 
661 
305 
379 
68 
911 
778 
171 
1,011 



444 



399 
307 



361 



16 



1,901 



883 

4,360 

365 



304 
157 
269 
203 
362 
692 
103 
605 
301 
103 
15 
432 
640 
263 
484 
862 

1,083 
403 

1,331 
893 
262 
566 
771 
451 
604 
401 
299 



35 
41 

88 
244 
151 

60 

15 
160 

92 
219 



351 
522 

568 



993 
'2,689 



2,750 

663 

1,256 



676 
321 
332 
393 
653 
566 
522 
116 
322 
784 
397 
321 
152 



88 



113 
93 



114 

66 
202 

99 
146 
167 

43 
139 
192 

11 

52 
102 

68 
185 

55 
129 

49 
154 

97 

87 

69 
147 
150 
264 

21 
107 
232 



46 
183 

85 
131 
143 

40 

55 
195 
176 
245 

48 
131 

71 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



123 



Names of Places. 



Rose, 

Rose, 

Roseburg, 

Roseliill, 

Roseneath, P. O. 

Roseville, 

Roseville, 

Ross, 



Ross, 

ROSS, 

Ross, 

Ross, 

Ross, 

Ross, ■ 

Rossie, 

Rosstown, 

Rostraver, 

Rossville, P.O 

Rossville, 

Rotterdam, 

Roulet, 

ROWAN, 

Rowe, 

Rowlandsville, 

Rowley, 

Roxborough, 

Roxborough, K 

Roxbury, D 

Roxbury, 

Roxbury, 

Roxbury, 

Roxbury, 

Roxbury, 

Roxbury, B 

Royalton, 

Royalton, 

Royalton, 

Royalton, 

Royalton, 

Ruckersville, 

Ruggles, 

Rumford, 

Rumley, 

Rupert, 

Rush, 



Class. 



Uh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 
t 



tsh. 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

t 

t 

t 

c. t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh. 

t 

t 

tsh 



Rush, 

Rush, 

Rush, 

Rush, 

Rush, 

Rush, 

Rush 

RUSH, 

Rush Creek, 
Rush Creek, 
Rushford, . . 
Rushville, . . 
RushviUe, . . 
Rushville, . . 
Rushville, . . 
Rushville, . . 



tsh. and t. 
t 



County. 



Wayne, 

Stark, 

Armstrong, . . . 
Rockingham,. . 

Halifax, 

Delaware, 

Muskingum, . . 

Allegany, 

Northampton, . 



Butler, 

Greene, 

Jefferson, 

Clinton, 

St. Lawrence, . . 

York, 

Westmoreland, 
Hamilton, . . . . 

Butler, 

Schenectady, . . 
Potter, 



tsh. ..... 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t 
c. t 



Franklin, . . . 

Cecil, 

Essex, 

Person, .... 
Philadelphia, 
Cheshire, . . . 
Washington, 

Norfolk 

Litchfield, . . 
Delaware, . . 

Morris, 

Washington, 
Windsor, . . . 
Worcester, . . 
Niagara, .... 
Cuyahoga, . . 
Fairfield, . . . 

Elbert, 

Huron, 

Oxford, .... 
Harrison, . . . 
Bennington, . 
Monroe, . — 

Centre, 

Dauphin, . . . 
Northumberl'nd 
Schuylkill, . . 
Susquehanna, 
Champaign, . 
Tuscarawas, 



Fairfield, . 
Logan, . . . 
Allegany, . 
Tioga, .. 
Yates, . . . 
Fairfield, 
Rush, . . . 
Schuyler, 



State. 

nTyT 

o. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

N. C. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

Mas. 

Md. 

INIas. 

N.C. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

O. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

Geo. 

O. 

Me. 

O. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

In, 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

O. 

In. 

II. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Re 

xMf 

Oc 

Oj 

Qj 
Td 

Lg 

Nf 

Sf 

Kg 

Jg 

Kg 

Nf 

Hf 

Sb 

Rf 

Qf 

Ik 

Jg 
Td 

Pe 

Nk 

Vd 

Rg 

Xd 

Ij 

Sf 

Vd 

Vb 

Wd 

Ue 

Td 

Tf 

Mg 

Vc 

Vd 

Pc 

Me 

Lg 

LI 

L e 

Xb 

Mf 

Uc 

Qd 

Pf 

Rf 

Rf 

Rf 

Re 

Kf 

Mf 

lg 

Lg 
K f 

Pd 

Rd 

Qd 

Lg 

Jg 
Df 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,641 

97» 



62 
2,126 
838 
24,068 
1,745 
1,256 
1,040 



641 



1,721 



629 
1,481 



20,786 
716 

' '2,644 



1,334 

322 

737 

5,247 

1,122 

3,234 

2,262 

117 

1,893 

1,493 

3,138 

529 

81 



271 

1,126 

1,022 

1,381 

2,098 

409 

58 

1,078 

359 

643 

775 

365 

9,707 

1,930 

302 

1,115 



234 



. fr. 

ash 

353 
309 
241 
285 
243 
352 
346 
224 
199 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

172 

122 

185 

115 

88 

66 

69 

202 

106 



502 
443 

278 
651 
453 
98 
212 
636 
488 
394 
292 

406 
80 
462 
271 
144 
436 
512 
430 
317 
354 
220 
326 
491 
415 
404 
342 
380 
586 
380 
602 
286 
430 
356 
186 
126 
168 
180 
261 
433 
320 

362 
459 
332 
274 
324 
362 
553 
894 



115 

47 
152 

78 
Hi 

14 
190 
148 
101 

18 
185 

117 
72 
30 
60 
97 
58 
16 
2 
45 
63 
54 
84 
33 
66 

269 

126 
36 

108 

100 
51 

134 
96 

229 

114 
16 
58 
72 

153 
37 

108 

38 

63 

270 

172 

195 

38 

40 

172 



124 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Russell, 

Russell, 

RUSSELL 

RUSSELL, 

RUSSELL, 

Russell, 

Russellinlle, 

Russellville, 

Russellville, 

Russellville, 

Russellville, 

Russia, 

Russia, 

RUTHERFORD, .. 

Rutliertbrd, • . . 

Rutherfordton, 

RUTHERFORD,. . . 

RUTLAND, 

Rutland, 

Rutland, 

Rutland, 

Rutland, 

Rutland, 

Rutledge, 

Rye, 

Rye, 

Rye, 

Ryegate, 

Sabillisville, 

Saekets, 

Sackett's Harbor, .... 

Saco, 

Sadaghgueda, 

Saddle River, 

Sadsbury, 

Sadsbury, 

Sadsbury, L. 

Sagg Harbor, 

SAGINAW, 

Saginaw, 

St. Albans, 

St. Albans, 

St. Albans, 

St. Andrews, 

St. Augustine, 

St. Bartholomews, . . . 
ST. BERNARDS, . . 
ST. CHARLES, .... 
ST. CHARLES,.. . 

St. Charles, 

St. Clair, 

St. Clair, 

ST. CLAIR 

St. Clair, D. 

St. Clair, 

ST. CLAIR, 

St. Clair 

ST. CLAIR, 

St. Clairsville, 

ST. FRANCIS, 

St. Francis, 



Class. 



tsh. and t. 
County,. . 
County, . . 
County,. . 

tsh 

c. t 

t 



c. 

t 

c. t 

t 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

County, . . 

t 

c. t 

County, . . 
County, . . 

c. t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 



tsh. and t.. 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t , 

tsh 

tsh , 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



County, . 
t 



c. t. . . . 
tsh. . . . 
Parish, 
t 



Parish, . 
Parish, . 
Parish, . 
County, 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

County, . 

c. t 

County, . 
c. t 



County. 



Hampden, . . . 
St. Lawrence, 



Geauga, . . . , 
Franklin, . . . 
Claiborne, . , 
Jefferson, . . . 
Logan, . . . . , 
Brown, . . . . . 
Herkimer, . . 
Lorain, 



Burke, . . . . 
Rutherford, 



Rutland, 

Worcester, . . . . 

Jefferson, 

Tioga, 

Meigs, 

Grainger, 

Rockingham,. . 
West Chester, . 

Perry,. 

Caledonia, . . . . 
Frederick, . . . . 

Albany, 

Jefferson, 

York, 

Oneida, 

Bergen, .... 
Chester, .... 
Crawford,. . . 
Lancaster, . . 
Suffolk, 



Saginaw, • . 
Somerset, . . 
Franklin, . . 
Licking,. . . 
Charleston, . 
St. Johns, . . . 
Colleton, . . . . 



State. 



St. Charles, 
Allegany,. . 
Bedford, . . . 



Butler, 

Columbiana, 



St. Clair,... 
Belmont, . . 
St. Francis, 



Mas. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Al. 

Ken. 

O. 

Al. 

La. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

N. Y. 

O. 

N.C. 

N. C. 

N.C. 

Ten. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

Ten. 

N. H. 
N. Y. 
Pa, 
Vt. 
Md. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Me. 
N. Y. 
N.J. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
N. Y. 
M. T. 
M. T. 
Me. 
Vt. 
O. 

S. C. 
F. T. 

s. c. 

La. 

La. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Al. 

O. 

O, 

M. T. 

M.T. 

II. 

O. 

A. T. 

A.T. 



Ref. 
[jetter.s 



Vd 

Sb 

Li 

In 

Ji 

Me 

GI 

An 

Ki 

Hj 
Kh 

So 

Le 

Mk 

Mk 

Mk 

Hk 

Uc 

Vc 

Wd 

Sc 

Qe 

Kj 
Xc 
Ue 

Qf 

V b 

Qg 

Td 
Re 
Xc 

Sd 
Tf 

S? 

Ne 

Rg 

Vf 
Kc 
Kc 
Yb 
Ub 
Lf 
Nn 
Mq 
Nn 
Eq 

q 

h 
h 

f 



Pf 
Hm 

Jg 

Nf 

Ld 

Ld 

Eh 

Mf 

Ck 

Dk 



Popula- 
tion. 



507 

541 

6,714 



3,879 
115 



171 

2,458 

216 

17,557 



26,134 

31,294 

2,753 

1,276 

2,339 

697 

971 



D. fr. 
Wash, 



358 
471 



338 
804 
1,274 
475 
711 
475 
401 
377 



467 

484 



1,172 

1,602 

843 

1,119 



3,219 



3,397 

1,875 

952 

1,230 



920 
2,395 

935 
3,727 



3,356 
5,147 
4,320 



4,603 
2,131 

5,975 
1,834 
1,913 
1,114 

272 
7,078 

784 
1,505 



462 
406 
418 
254 
366 
483 
486 
252 
120 
523 
59 
372 
407 
528 
375 
227 
131 
302- 
125 
332 



612 
645 
541 
373 
544 
841 
578 



876 
248 
127 



D. fr. 

Cap. 

"~99 
203 



141 
127 
441 
251 
171 
106 
94 
119 



213 
223 



67 
51 

154 

148 
95 

232 
46 

157 
10 
37 
88 
21 

161 
71 
96 
61 
57 

242 
51 

258 



86 
46 
64 
23 

98 

292 
78 



488 
283 



585 



275 



957 



123 
202 
123 



101 
170 



59 



124 



111 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



ST. FRANCIS, 

St. Francisville, .... 
ST. GENEVIEVE, 
St. Genevieve, 



St. George, 

St. George, D. 

St. George's, 

St. George's, 

St. George Dorchester 

St. Helena, 

ST. HELENA, 

St. Helena, 

St. James, 

ST. JAMES, 

St. James, Goose Creek 
St. James, Santee, . . . 
ST. JOHN BAPTIST 

ST. JOHN'S, 

St John's, Berkley, . . 
St. John's, Colleton,. . 

St. Johnsville, 

ST. JOSEPH, 

ST. JOSEPH, 

ST. LANDRY, 

ST. LAWRENCE,. . 

St. Leonard's, 

ST. LOUIS, 

St. Louis, 

St. Luke's, 

St. Mark's, 

St. Martin's, 

ST. MARTIN'S,.... 

St. Martinsville, 

ST. MARY'S, 

St. Mary's, 

ST. MARY'S, 

St. Mary's, 

St. Michael's, 

St. Michael's, 

St Paul's, 

St Peter's, 

St. Saville, 

St Stephen's, 

St. Stephen's, 

St Tammany, 

ST. TA^LMANY, . . . 

St Thomas, 

St Thomas, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

SALEM, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 



County, . 
t 



Class. 



County, . 
c. t 



County, . 
c. t 



Hundred, 
t 



Parish, 
Parish, 
Parish, 
c. t. . . . 



Parish, ... 
Parish, ... 
Parish, . . . , 
Parish, . . . . 
County, . . . , 
Parish, . . . , 
Parish, . . . , 
t 



County, . 
County, . 
Parish, . 
County, . 



Parish, 



Parish, 
t 



County,. 



Parish, . . . . 
tsh. and c. t. 



Parish, 
Parish, 



Parish, . . . . 



Parish, ... 
tsh. and t. . . 
Parish, . . . , 



City, 



t. 



t. 



County. 



W. Feliciana,. 



tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

County, . . . . 
tsh. and c.t 
t 






tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



St. Genevieve, 

Lincoln, 

Chittenden,. . . 
New Castle, . . 
New Castle, . . 

Colleton, 

Beaufort, 



Livingston, . 
Kent, 



Charleston, . 
Charleston, . 



Charleston, . . . 
Charleston, . . . 
Montgomery, . 



Calvert, . 



St. Louis, . , 
Beaufort, . 
Leon, . . . . , 
Worcester, . 



St Martin's,. 



Camden, . 



Mercer, 

Talbot, 

Madison, 

Colleton, 

Beaufort, 

Wayne, 

Charleston, 

Washington, . 
Mecklenburg, . 



Franklin, .... 
Charleston, . . . 
Rockingham, . 

Orleans, , 

Essex, 

New London, . 

Albany, 

Washington, . 
West Chester, 



Salem, 

Fayette, 

Luzerne, . . . , 
Mercer, . . . , 
Wayne, .... 



Stale. 

Mo. 

La. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

Me. 

Vt 

Del. 

Del. 

S. C. 

S.C. 

La. 

La. 

.^Id. 

La. 

S.C. 

S.C. 

La. 

F. T. 

S.C. 

S.C. 

N.Y. 

M.T. 

In. 

La. 

N.Y. 

Md. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

S. C. 

F. T. 

Md. 

La. 

La. 

Md. 

Geo. 

La. 

O. 

Md. 

Mo. 

S.C. 

S. C. 

Geo. 

S.C. 

Al. 

Va. 

La. 

Pa. 

S.C. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 



Ref. 

totters 



Di 

Cp 

Di 

Di 

Yc 

Ub 

Sg 

Sg 

Nm 

Nn 

Dp 

Dp 

Rg 
PP 
Nm 

O m 

Dp 

Mq 

Nni 

Nn 

Td 

le 

He 

?P 

Sb 

Rh 
Dh 
Dh 
Nn 
Jp 
Sh 
Bp 
Bp 
Rh 
Mp 

Cq 
Jf 

Rg 
Di 

Nn 

Mn 

M o 

Nm 

Go 

Pj 
Dp 

Qg 

On 

Wd 

Vb 

Xd 

Ve 

Ud 

Uc 

Ue 

Sg 
Sg 
Og 
Re 

N e 
Se 



Popula- 
tinii. 

2,366 



2,186 



1,643 
135 

2,468 



8,788 
4,028 



7,646 
8,632 
3,743 

.5,677 

2,538 

10,!t65 

10,045 



1,313 

287 

12,591 

36,354 



14,125 
' 9,422 



7,205 
13,459 



6,442 
648 



9,783 



2,416 



2,864 
1,771 



1,.302 

230 

13,895 

958 



2,972 

1,537 

14,155 

1,.570 



918 

1,117 

593 



125 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



1,205 



874 
630 
509 
110 
114 
563 
634 



1,212 
79 



527 
499 



527 
552 
410 











68 


75 


856 


134 


918 
144 


22 
107 


1,366 


176 


767 


235 



508 
72 
890 
567 
629 
703 
541 
985 
219 



U. fr. 
(.'ap. 



97 
524 
453 
578 
446 
354 
371 
423 
286 



171 

199 
199 
277 



149 



168 
57 

110 
27 
31 
68 

16« 



98 
44 



78 
112 



68 

110 

62 



111 

35 

173 

101 

145 

74 

92 

162 

97 



57 
101 
34 
59 
14 
30 
11 
46 
130 



65 

190 

8!) 
240 



252 150 



L2 



126 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem,* 

Salem,t 

Salem, A. 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, A. 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem, 

Salem Corners, 

Salford, Lower, . . .G. 

Salford, Upper, 

Salina, 

Saline, 

SALINE, 

Saline, 

Salisbury, 

Salisbury, C. 

Salisbury, 



Class. 



tsh. 
L .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
c. t. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



D, 



Salisbury, .... 
Salisbury, .... 
Salisbury, .... 
Salisbury, .... 
Salisbury, ... 
Salisbury, .... 

Salisbury, 

Salisbury, 

Salisbury, 

Salisbury, 

Salubrity, , 

Salt Creek, , 

Salt Creek, , 

Salt Creek, , 

Salt Creek, 

Salt Creek, , 

Salt Creek, 

Salt Creek, 

Salt Lick, , 

Salt Licks, 

Salt Lick, 

Salt Rock, 

Salt Sulphur Springs, 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 



andt. 



tsh, 
tsh, 
tsh. 
tsh. ... 
County, 
tsh. ... 

t 

t 



tsh. and t. 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 



c. t. 

tsh. 

t. .. 

tsh. 

tsh. 

tsh. 

tsh. 

tsh. 

tsh. 

tsh. 

tsh. 



County. 



Westmoreland, 
Bottetourt, . . . . 

Fauquier, 

Harrison, 

Stokes, . 

Baldwin, 

Clark, 

Franklin, 

Livingston, . . . 
Ashtabula, . . . . 
Champaign, . . . 
Columbiana,. . . 
Columbiana, . . . 
Columbiana,. . . 

Highland, 

Jefferson, 

Meigs, 

Monroe, 

Muskingum, . . 

Shelby, 

Tuscarawas, . . 

Warren, 

Washington, . . 
Washington, . . 

Marion, 

Wayne, 

Montgomery,. . 
Montgomery,. . 
Onondaga, . . . . 
Columbiana, . . . 



tsh. 
tsh. 



Washington, 
Merrimack, . 
Addison, .... 

Essex, 

Litchfield, . . 
Herkimer, . . 
Orange, .... 
Lancaster, . . 
Lehigh, .... 
Somerset, . . . 

Kent, 

Somerset, . . . 

Rowan, 

Meigs, 

Gadsden, . . . , 
Hocking, . . . . 
Holmes, .... 
Muskingum, , 
Pickaway, . . . 

Wayne, 

Jackson, 

Monroe, 

Fayette, 

Greenup, . . . . 

Perry, 

Marion, 

Monroe, 



tatate. 



Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

JI. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Mo. 

M.T. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Del. 

Md. 

N. C. 

O. 

F.T. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

Va. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Of 
Ni 
Qh 

Ni 

Nj 
Km 
Km 
Hk 

Fi 

N 



e 
f 
f 
f 
f 



K 

N 

N: 

N' 

Kg 

Nf 

Ng 
Mf 
Jf 
Mf 

Jg 
Mg 

Hh 

Eh 

Se 

Sf 

Sf 

Re 

Nf 

Ah 

Kd 

Wc 

Uc 

Xd 

Ue 

To 

Te 

Rf 

Sf 

Og 

'g 

Sh 
Nk 
Lg 
Jp 

Mf 
Mg 

Lg 
Mf 

Hg 
Hg 
Og 
Lh 

Rf 

Ni 



Popula- 
tion. 



2,294 



281 

1,660 

1,237 

1,723 

17 

56 

876 

1,960 

512 

512 

756 

294 

257 

2,242 

573 



830 
1,108 
6,929 

664 
2,873 



1,379 
907 
2,519 
2,580 
1,999 



3,205 
1,342 



603 



664 
1,137 
1,190 
1,656 

937 



1,492 



276 
530 



D.fr. 

Wash 

206 
256 
63 
242 
341 
640 
634 
694 
783 
341 
449 
285 
292 
294 
451 
274 
360 
284 
331 
482 
328 
455 
312 
613 
777 

158 
164 
314 
293 



526 

489 

486 

470 

342 

411 

278 

123 

176 

155 

102 

128 

379 

355 

881 

370 

341 

246 

385 

341 

611 

622 

189 

432 

362 

426 

270 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

178 

180 

117 

276 

113 

3 

58 

92 

245 

188 

52 

146 

157 

161 

84 

139 

92 

150 

67 

86 

101 

79 

97 

91 

26 

"86 

85 

135 

157 



52 
15 

66 
41 
46 
71 

118 
49 
83 

144 
13 
91 

118 

106 
14 
47 
87 
69 
35 
88 
59 
51 

166 

127 
55 
57 

211 



* Salera, in Green township, Columbiana county, 
t Salem, in Goshen township, Columbiana county. 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



1:^7 



Names of Places. 



SaJtville, 

Saltzburg, < 

Saluda, 

Salvisa, 

SAMPSON, 

Sandbornton, 

Sand Creek, 

Sand Creek, 

Sandersville, 

Sandisfield, 

Sandiston, 

Sandg-ate, 

Sand Lake, 

Sandown, K. 

Sand Town, 

SANDUSKY, 

Sandusky, 

Sandusky, 

Sandusky, 

Sandusky, 

Sandwich, 

Sandwich, 

Sandy, 

Sandy, 

Sandy Creek, 

Sandy Creek, 

Sai]dy Creek, 

Sandy Creek, 

Sandy Grove, P.O.... 

Sandy Hill, 

Sandy Hill, 

Sandy Lake, 

Sandyville, 

Sanford, 

Sanford, 

SANGAMON, 

Sangamon, 

Sangerfield, 

Sangerville, 

Santa Fe Tolosa, .... 

SANILAC, 

Saranac, 

Saranac, 

SARATOGA, 

Saratoga, 

Saratoga, 

Saratoga Springs, 

Sardinia, 

Sarecta, 

Sa.ssafras Town, .... 

Satartia, 

Satterthwaite's Mill.T 

Saugerties, 

Saugus, 

Sault de St. Mary, . . . 

Savannah, 

Savannah, 

Savannah 

Saverton, 

Saville, 

Savoy, 



Class. 



t. 

L 

tsh 

t 

County, . . 

t. 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

t. 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. 

t 

t 

County, . . 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh , 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh , 

tsh 

tsh 



c. t. 
t. 

tsh. 
t. .. 

t .. 



tsh , 

County, . . 

t 

tsh. and t 

t 

t, 

County, .. . 

tsh , 

t 

County, . . , 

tsh. 

tsh 

tsh. and L . 

tsh 

t. 



t. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
c.t 
tsh. 
c.t 
c. t. 
t .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County. 



Washington, 
Indiana, . . . . 
Jeflerson, . . . 
Mercer, .... 



Strafford, . . . . 
Bartholomew, 

Decatur, 

Washington, . 
Berkshire, . . . 

Sussex, 

Bennington,. . 
Rensselaer, . . 
Rockingham,. 
Gloucester, . . . 



Crawford, . . . 

Huron, 

Richland, . . . 
Sandusky, . . 
Strafford, . . . 
Barnstable,. . 

Stark, 

Tuscarawas, 
Orleans, .... 
Oswego, .... 
Mercer, .... 
Venango, . . . 
Chatham, . . . 
Washington, 
Worcester, . . 
Mercer, .... 
Tuscarawas, 

York 

Broome, . . . . , 



Sangamon, . 
Oneida, . . . 
Penobscot, . 
Columbia, . 

Clinton, . . . 
Berrien, . . . 



Saratoga, . 
Venango, . . 
Saratog-a, . . 

Erie, 

Duplin,. . . . 

Kent, 

Yazoo, .... 
Warren, . . , . 

Ulster, 

Essex, .... 
Chippeway, 
Wayne, . . . 
Chatham, . . 
Hardin, ... 

RaUs, 

Perry, 

Bcrksliire, . 



State. 



Va. 

Pa. 

In. 

Ken. 

N. C. 

N. H. 

In. 

In. 

Geo. 

Mas. 

N.J. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

N. H. 

N.J. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

0. 

O. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

N. Y. 

Md. 

Pa. 

O. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

II. 

II. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

F. T. 

M.T. 

N. Y. 

M. T. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

x\. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. C. 

Md. 

Mis. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Mas. 

M. T. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

Ten. 

Mo. 

Pa. 

Mas. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Mj 
O f 
Ih 
Ji 
Pk 
W c 

Ln 
Ud 
Te 
Uc 
Ud 
Wd 



S 



g 



Ke 

Lf 

Le 

Lf 

Ke 

W c 

Xe 

Mf 

Mf 

Pc 

Re 

Ne 

Ne 

Ok 

U c 

Sh 

N e 

Mf 

Xc 

Sd 

Eg 

Eg 

Sd 

Ya 

Lq 

Kc 

Ub 

Hd 

Uc 

Uc 

Oe 

Uc 

Pd 

Ql 

Sg 
Dn 

Jg 

Ud 

Xd 

Jd 

Re 

Mn 

Fk 

Cg 

Qf 

Vd 



Popula- 
tion. 



39 
11,G34 

2,866 



1,655 
1,097 

933 
3,650 

557 



2,851 
579 
593 
588 
597 
2,744 
3,361 
909 
765 



1,839 
1,048 



741 

91 

2,327 

931 

12,690 



D. fr. 

Wash 

369 
206 
583 
572 



2,272 

776 



316 



38,679 
2,461 



2,204 
1,453 



78 

3,747 

960 



886 



1,319 
927 



49o 

593 

55 

669 

353 

241 

433 

387 

457 

141 



419 
415 
391 
429 
515 
454 
307 
311 
381 
385 
271 
374 
345 
427 
174 
386 
313 
511 
312 



808 
364 
671 

875 



523 
676 



416 
413 
413 
339 
351 
99 
1,071 
463 
325 
439 
882 
346 
662 
803 
955 
126 
387 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

"293 

175 

85 

21 



20 
46 
57 
27 

109 
83 

113 
16i 
35 
431 



791 
1151 

66 
104 

41 

56 
125 
117 
246 
159 
234 
212 

64 

50 
137 
219 
119 

94 
121 



86 

89 

70 

155 



162 
186 



34 

36 

36 

273 

115 

62 

36 

67 

46 

7 

356 

165 

167 

112 

172 

39 

119 



128 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Saybrook, 

Saybrook, 

Scarborough, 

Scarsdale, H 

Scawas, 

Schatecoke, 

SCHENECTADY, 

Schenectady, 

SCHOHARIE, .... 

Schoharie, 

Schroon, 

Schuyler, 

SCHUYLER, 

SCHUYLKILL,.... 

Schuylkill, R. 

Schuylkill, 

Schuylkill Haven, . . . 

Schwarzburg, 

Scipio, 

Scipio, 

Scipio, 

Scio, 

SCIOTO, 

Scioto, 

Scioto, 

Scioto, 

Scioto, 

Scituate, 

Scituate, 

Scotchtown, 

Scotia, 

Scotia, 

Scott, 

Scott, 

SCOTT, 

SCOTT, 

Scott, 

Scott, B. 

Scott, 

SCOTT, 

Scott, 

Scott, 

SCOTT, 

Scottsborough, 

Scottsville, , 

Scottsville, , 

Scottsville, 

Scottsville, 

Scribe, 

SCRIVEN, 

Scrub Grass, 

Scuffletown, 

Scufflctown, 

Scuffletown, P. O. . . 

Scull Shoals, P. O. . . 

Sculltown, 

Seabrook, 

Seaford, 

Seal, 

Searsborough, ... .A 

Searsmont, 



Class. 



tsh. 



tsh. 



tsh. and t. . 
County, . . . 

City, 

County, . . . 
tsh. and c. 
tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

County, . . , 
County, . . , 

tsh , 

tsh , 

t 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 



t 

c. L . . . . 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

t 

t 



t 

c. t 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

t 

t 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



County. 



Middlesex, . . . 
Ashtabula, . . . 
Cumberland, . 
West Chester, 

Seneca, 

Rensselaer, . . . 



Schenectady, 



Schoharie, 
Essex, .... 
Herkimer, 



Chester, . . 
Schuylkill, 
Schuylkill, 
Wayne, 
Cayuga, . . 
Meigs, . . . 
Seneca, . . . 
Allegany, . 



Delaware, .... 

Jackson, 

Pickaway, ... 

Ross, 

Plymouth, . . . 
Providence, . . 

Orange, 

Pope, 

Schenectady, . 

Cortland, 

Wayne, 



Adams,. 
Brown, . 
Marion, 



Montgomery, . 
Vanderburg,. . 



Baldwin, . . . , 
Monroe, . . . . 
Albemarle, . , 
Powhatan, . , 

Allen, , 

Oswego, ... 



Venango, — . 
Gloucester, . . . 
Abbeville, . . . . 

Laurens, 

Greene, 

Salem, 

Rockingham,. 

Sussex, 

Pike 

Bennington, . . 
Waldo, 



State. 



Ct. 
0. 
Me. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
II. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
Pa. 
M.T. 
N. Y. 
O. 
O. 

N. Y. 
O. 
O. 

o. 
o. 
o. 

Mas. 

R.L 

N. Y. 

A. T. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Mo. 

Geo. 

N.Y. 

Va. 

Va. 

Ken. 

N.Y. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

Va. 

S. C. 

s. c. 

Geo. 

N.J. 

N. H. 

Del. 

O. 

Vt. 

Me. 



Ref. 
Letters 



d 
d 
d 
d 
d 



V e 

Ne 

Xc 

U e 

Rd 

U 

T 

U 

T 

T 

Uc 

Sc 

Df 

Rf 

Sf 

Rf 

Rf 

Kf 

Rd 

Lg 
Ke 
Pd 
Lh 
Kf 

Lg 

Kg 

Kg 

Xd 

We 

Te 

Ak 

Ud 

R d 

Se 

Lj 
Jh 

Kg 
Kg 
Kf 
Ih 

Hg 
Ih 

Ej 

Km 

Qc 

PI 

Qi 

Hj 

Re 

Mn 

Oe 

Ri 

LI 

MI 

Km 

Sg 
Xd 

Sh 

Lg 
Vd 
Yb 



Popula- 
tion. 



5,018 
627 

2,106 
317 



3,002 
12,347 
4,268 
27,902 
5,157 
1,614 
2,074 



20,744 
1,434 
1,200 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



334 
350 
533 
249 
335 
392 



391 



381 
472 
397 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



2,691 

377 

618 

602 

8,740 

465 

339 

462 

4,123 

3,468 

3,994 



1,452 
216 

5,724 
14,677 

1,452 
820 
337 

3,092 



2,136 



180 
2,073 
4,776 

791 



1,093 



1,173 

40 

1,151 



134 
173 
171 
545 
331 
353 
426 
312 



431 

392 
404 
404 
445 
384 
272 
1,149 
391 
321 
293 



646 
363 
150 
138 
686 
383 



250 
173 
548 
490 
639 
166 
472 
107 
409 
421 
631 



41 
183 

65 
134 
173 

15 



15 



32 

95 

85 



80 
65 
55 
11 

166 

84 

88 

261 



35 

75 

16 

45 

22 

9 

105 

81 

16 

146 

184 







461 


94 


480 


97 


416 


54 


612 


39 


728 


63 



4 

234 

83 

32 

151 

162 



210 
82 

100 
87 
58 
52 
55 
55 
65 

127 
30 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



129 



Names of Places. 



Searsville, 

■ Sebago, 

; Sebec, 

Second College Grant, 

Sedgwick, 

Seekonk, 

Seelysburg, 

Segersville, 

Selano, 

Selbysport, 

Selma, 

Selin's Grove, 

Sellersvillc, 

Selzcrtown, 

Seminole Agency, P.O. 

Sempronius, 

SENECA 

Seneca, 

SENECA, 

Seneca, 

Seneca, 

Seneca Falls, 

Seneca Reser^-e, 

Senecaville, 

Sennet, 

Sergeant, 

SEVIER, 

SEVIER, 

Sevierville, 

Shade, 

Shady Dale, 

Shaftsbury, 

Shakers, 

Shaker Town, 

Shaker Town, 

Shalersville, 

'Shamokin, 

Shandaken, 

Shanesville, 

Shanesville, 

Shannonsville, 

Shantee Town, 

Shapleigh, 



tsh 

County, . 
tsh 



County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 



Sharon, 

Sharon, 

Sharon, 

Sharon, 

Sharon, 

Sharon, 

I Sharon, 

; Sharon, 

Sharon, 

Sharon, 

Shark Town, 

Sharpsburg, 

Sharpsburg, 

Shawangunk, . . . . 

Shawnee Agency, 

Shawnee Town,. . 

Shawnee Town, . . 

Shawney Town, . . 



Class. 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 
c. t 



tsh. 
t. .. 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 



tsh. and t . 

t 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 
tsh. 



t... 
t. .. 
tsh. 



Chautauque,. 
Cumberland, 
Penobscot, . . 

Coos, 

Hancock, . . . 

Bristol, 

Cattaraugus, 

Lehigh, 

Duval, 

Alleghany, . . 

Dallas, 

Union 

Bucks, 

Adams, 

Alachua, . . . . 
Cayuga, 



B. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. ., 



County. 



Ontario, 



Monroe, . . 
Seneca, . . . 
Seneca, . . . 
Seneca, . . . 
Guernsey, . 
Cayuga, . . 
McKean, . 



Sevier, 

Somerset, 

Jasper, 

Bennington, . . . 

Columbia, 

Mercer, 

Knox, 

Portage, 

Northumberl'nd 

Ulster, 

Mercer, 

Tuscarawas,. . . 
Jo. Daviess, . . . 

Brown, 

York 

Hillsborough,. . 

Windsor, 

Norfolk 

Litchfield, 

Schoharie, . . . . 

Mercer, 

Franklin, 

Hamilton,. . . . . 
Medina, ...... 

Richland, 

Queen Ann, . . . 
Washington, . . 

Bath, 

Ulster, 



State. 



Fountain, 
Gallatin, . 
Luzerne, . 



1 Hof. 
Lrlters 



x\. Y. 

Mc. 
Me. 
N. H. 

Me. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

F.T. 

Md. 

Al. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Mis.T 

F.T. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N.Y. 

O. 

O. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

A. T. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

Ken. 

In. 

O. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

O. 

O. 

II. 

M. T. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

Md. 

Md. 

Ken. 

N.Y. 

Mis.T 

In. 

II. 

Pa. 



Od 

Xc 

Ya 

Wb 

Zb 

We 

Od 

Sf 

Lp 

Og 
Gn 
Rf 
Sf 
Co 
Lq 
Rd 
Rd 
Qd 
Ke 

Mg 

Ke 

Rd 

Ke 

Mg 

Rd 

Pe 

ZAm 

Kk 

Kk 

Pf 

Km 

Ud 

Ud 

Ji 

Gh 

Me 

Rf 

Td 

Jf 

Mf 

Dd 

Gh 

Xc 

W d 

Vc 

Wd 

Ue 

Td 

Ne 

Kf 

Jg 
Me 

Lf 

R h 

Qg 

Kh 

Te 

Z Ak 

Gf 

Fi 

Re 



Popula- 
tion. 



566 

906 

5 

1,604 

2,133 



5,705 
21,041 

6,207 
379 
609 
378 

2,603 

15 

120 

2,297 
230 
634 

5,717 



1,334 
2,142 



757 

1,908 

966 

46 

160 



1,479 
371 
1,459 
1,023 
2,615 
4,247 



913 

95 



704 



158 
3,681 



h. fr. 
\Vasli. 

329 
555 
686 



D. Jr. 
Cap. 



685 
400 
344 
185 
826 
172 
876 
159 
166 
1,133 
902 
318 



33: 



304 
424 
342 
431 
314 
344 
281 



515 
148 
665 
421 
370 
558 
704 
325 
174 
338 
526 
325 
985 
1,036 
518 
438 
495 
418 
333 
397 
281 
406 
483 
351 
388 
51 
66 
497 
284 



661 

758 
118 



330 

87 
87 



8"; 

46 

308 

85 

270 

205 

86 

50 

91 

99 

238 

156 



186 



130 
78 

167 
90 
99 

153 

202 



225 

126 

43 

113 

24 

23 

131 

132 

64 

83 

129 

96 

sii 

103 
52 
40 
18 
47 
40 

249 
10 
98 

114 
75 
14 
9!1 
62 
87 



88 
127 
110 



130 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Shawswick, 

Sheffield, 

Sheffield, 

Sheffield, 

Sheffield, 

Sheffield, 

Shefferstown, .... 

Shieldsboro', 

Shelburn, 

Shelburne, 

Shelburne, 

Shelby, 

SHELBY, 

SHELBY, 

SHELBY, 

SHELBY, 

Shelby, 

SHELBY, 

Shelby, 

Shelby, 

Shelby, 

SHELBY, 

Shelbyville, 

Shelbyville, 

Shelbyville, 

Shelbyville, 

Shelbyville, 

Sheldon, 

Sheldon, 

Shellsburg, 

Shelter Island, . . , 

Shenandoah, 

Shenang^o, 

Shenango, 

SHENANDOAH, 
Shepherd's Town, 
Shepherdsville, . . . 

Sherburn, 

Sherburne, 

Sherburne, 

Sheridan, 

Sherman, .... 

Sherman, 

Sherman, 

Sheshequin, A. 

SHIAWASSEE,.... 

Shinersville, 

Shinn's Town, 

Sliippen, 

Shippen, 

Shippensburg, 

Shippinsport, 

Shippingsport 

Shirley, 

Shirley, 

Shirleysburg, 

Shocco Springs, 

Shodac, 

Shoreham, 

Short Creek, 

Shown'sxRoads.P.O 



Class. 



.B. 



tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t. . . , 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

County, . . . 
County, . . . 
County, . . . 
County, . . . 

tsh 

County, • . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 
c. t 

t 

t 

0. t 

c. t 

t 

tsh. and t.. 
t , 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 

t 

0. t 

tsh. and t. 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . , 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 



tsh and t. . 

t 

tsh 



County. 



Lawrence, 
Caledonia, 
Berkshire, 
Ashtabula, ... 



State. 



In. 
Vt. 
Mas, 
O. 



Lorain, ; O. 



Tippecanoe,. 
Lebanon, . . 
Hancock, . . 
Chittenden, 

Coos, 

Franklin, . . 
Orleans, . . . 



Macomb, 



Jefferson, 

Tippecanoe, . . . 
Ripley, 



Shelby, 

Bedford, .... 

Shelby, 

Shelby, 

Shelby, 

Franklin, ... 
Genesee,. . . . . 

Bedford, 

Suffolk, 

Oneida, , 

Beaver, , 

Mercer, 



Jefferson, . . . 

Bullitt, 

Chenango, . . 
Rutland,. . . . , 
Middlesex, . . , 
Chautauque,. 
Fairfield, . . . , 

Huron, 

St. Joseph, . . , 
Bradford, . . . . 



Lycoming,. . . . 

Harrison, 

McKean, 

Tioga 

Cumberland, . . 

La Salle, 

Jefferson, 

Middlesex, .... 
Huntingdon, 
Huntingdon, 
Warren, .... 
Rensselaer, . 
Addison,. ... 
Harrison, .... 
Carter, 



In. 

Pa. 

Mi. 

Vt. 

N. H 

Mas. 

N. Y, 

Al. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

M. T 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

In. 

II. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y, 

Ct. 

O. 

M. T. 

Pa. 

M. T. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

II. 

Ken. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

O. 

Ten. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Hh 

Vb 

Ud 

Ne 

Le 

Hf 

Rf 

Ep 

Ub 

Wb 

Vd 

Pc 

Hra 

Ek 

Ih 

Jf 

Ld 

U 
Ih 

Gf 
Ig 

Hh 
Hk 
Ih 

I? 
Fg 
Vb 
Pd 
Pf 
Ve 
Sd 
Nf 
Ne 
Ph 

Qg 

li 

Sd 

Vc 

Wd 

Od 

Ue 

Le 

le 

Re 

Kd 

R e 



g 
e 
e 
f 
Ee 
Ih 
Wd 
Qf 
Qf 

Pj 
Ud 

Uc 

Mf 

Mj 



Popula 
tion. 



720 

2,382 

450 

215 



1,122 
312 
995 

1,879 
5,704 
5,648 
19,030 
3,671 
441 
6,295 



2,972 
1,201 



D.fr. 

Wash 



1,427 
1,731 



330 



1,455 
19,750 



278 
2,601 
432 
899 
1,666 
947 
153 
205 
723 



552 
341 

328 
379 
635 
129 
1,133 
509 
578 
400 
398 



563 



584 
651 
557 



803 
692 
572 
575 
741 
550 
357 
135 
321 
361 
255 
279 



D.fr. 
Cap. 



43 
143 
191 
144 

62 

32 
222 

44 
111 

99 
263 



37 



83 
78 
79 



110 

249 

1,621 



606 
991 



62 
612 
344 
473 
413 
360 
311 
417 
594 
247 



73 

52 

21 

30 

40 

65 

262 

113 

247 

118 

223 

237 



3,794 
2,137 
2,185 



225 

236 

293 

25 

100 

905 

590 

426 

128 

128 

235 

380 

481 

380 

416 



184 
74 
92 
60 
19 I 

311 
54 
96 

145 

136 



114 

270 

186 

150 

38 

154 

54 

36 

78 

78 

51 

7 

69 

131 

351 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



131 



Names of Places. 



Shrewsbury, . . . . t . . . 

Shrewsbury, 

Shrewsbury, 

Shrewsbury, 

Shrewsbury, 

Shull 

ShuUburg, 

Shutesburg, C. 

Siasconset, 

Sidney, 

Sidney, 

Sidney, 

Sile.x, 

Silvan, 

Silver Creek, C. 

Silver Creek, A. 

Silver Creek, 

Silver Lake, 

SDIPSON, 

SIMPSON, 

Simpsonville, 

Simpsonville, 

Simsbury, 

Sing-Sing, 

Sinking Spring, 

Sinking Spring, 

Sistersville, 

Skaneateles, 

Skeleton, 

Skippack&Perkiomen,Ci 

felateHill 

Slatersville, 

Sligo 

Slippery Rock, 

Slippery Rock, 

Sloansville, 

Slote 

Smallsburg, 

Smethport, 

Smith, 

SMITH, 

Smith, 

Smith, 

Smith, 

Smith, B. 

Smithfield, 

Smithfield, 

Smithfield, 

Smithfield, 

Smithfield, J. 

Smithfield, 

Smithfield, 

Smithfield 

Smithfield, 

Smithfield, 

Smithfield, 

Smithland, 

Smith town, 

Smith ville, 

Smithville, 

Smitkville, 



Class. 



tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 
c. t. 
t .. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 

t 

t 

t. 

t 



tsh. and t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 
t. .. 



t 

c. t 

tsh 

County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

c. t 



c. t. 



tsh. and t. 

t 

tsh. and t 

tsh 

t 

c. t 



County. 



Rutland, . . . . 
Worcester, . . . 
Monmoutli, . . 
Lycoming, . . . 

York, 

Martin, 

Iowa, 

Franklin, .... 
Nantucket, . . . 
Kennebeck, . . 
Delaware, . . . 

Shelby, 

Iowa, 

Madison, .... 
Cumberland, . 

Greene, 

Clark 

Susquehanna,. 



Montgomery,. 

Shelby, 

Hartford, .... 
West Chester, 

Berks, 

Highland,. ... 

Tyler, 

Onondaga, . . . 
Warrick, .... 
Montgomery,. 
Lancaster, ... 
Providence, . . 
Wilkinson, . . . ■ 

Butler, 

Mercer, 

Schoharie, . . . , 
Rockland, . . . . , 
Lawrence, . . . , 

McKean, . 

Washington, . . 



Belmont, 

Columbiana,. . . 

Greene, 

Posey, 

Providence, . . 
Madison, .... 

Bedford, 

Fayette, . . . . 
Northampton, . 
Somerset, .... 
Isle of Wight, 
Jefferson, .... 
Monongalia, . . , 

Johnson, , 

Jefferson, .... 
Livingston, . . 

Suffolk, 

Chenango, . . . . 
Gloucester, ... 
Brunswick, . . 



State. 



Vt. 

Mas. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

In. 

M.T. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

O. 

M. T. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

Mis.T 

Ken. 

Md. 

Ken. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

0. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

In. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

R. L 

Mi. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

II. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

0. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

R. L 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

N.C. 

O. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.C. 



Ref. 


Popula- 


Letters 


tion. 


Vc 


1,289 


Wd 


1,386 


Tf 


4,700 


Re 




Rff 


2,571 


Hh 




Ed 




Vd 


986 


Xe 




Yb 


2,191 


Sd 


1,410 


Jf 


240 


Oc 




Sd 




Qf 


1,793 


Kg 


1,719 


Ih 




Re 


516 


Do 


2,680 


Hi 


5,815 


Qff 




Ih 


77 


Ve 


2,221 


Ue 




Rf 




Kg 


109 


Mg 




Rd 


3,812 


Gh 


559 


Sf 


1,275 


Rff 




We 




Co 




Ne 




Ne 


1,523 


Td 




Te 




Gh 




Pe 




Nf 


2,089 


li 


19,906 


Mf 


1,877 


M f 


829 


Gff 




Gh 




We 


6,857 


Sd 


2,636 


Re 


1,131 


Off 




Se 


1,080 


Off 




iM 




Qff 




Off 




Pk 




Nf 


2,214 


Fi 


388 


Uf 


1,686 


Sd 


1,839 


Tff 




Pin 





D. fr. 

Wash. 



472 
400 
215 
72 
72 
659 
982 
392 
507 
611 
335 
482 
1,058 
362 
109 
443 
590 
280 



7 
580 
338 
257 
145 
437 
274 
336 
714 
160 
81 
399 
1,189 
254 
260 
388 
244 
698 
273 
246 



288 
297 
658 
718 
401 
358 
246 
171 
215 
173 
904 
65 
198 
313 
266 
798 
271 
319 
190 
445 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

77 
36 
50 
38 
38 
121 

"78 
109 

12 
100 

86 

117 

10 

47 

105 

172 



44 

29 
12 

120 

47 

7J 

320 

149 

173 

99 

60 

18 

155 

214 

288 

30 

125 

88 

200 

233 



131 
158 

76 
174 

16 
106 
135 
170 
128 
164 

80 
180 
976 

27 
136 
960 
197 
123 

82 
178 



132 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Smith's Corner, 

Smith's Grove, P. O. . 

Smith's, P. O 

Smoketown, 

Smyrna, 

Smyrna, 

SMYTH, 

Sneedsboro', 

SnickersviUe, 

Snowhill, 

Snotchill, 

SnufFtown, 

Snydertown, 

Snyderstown, 

Society Hill, 

Society Land, J. 

Sodus, 

Solesbury, 

Solon, 

Solon, 

Solon, 

Somerhill, 

Somerhill, 

Somers, 

Somers, 

Somers, 

SOMERSET, 

Somerset, 

Somerset, C. 

Somerset, 

SOMERSET, 

SOMERSET, 

Somerset, 

Somerset, 

Somerset, F. 

SOMERSET, 

Somerset, 

Somerset, 

Somerset, 

Somerset, 

Somerton, 

Somerville, 

Somerville, 

Somersworth, . . . .D. 

Sommerton, 

Sommersville, 

South Amboy, 

Southampton, 

Soutliam pton, 

SOUTHAMPTON, . 
, South Bainbridge, . . . 

South Beaver, C . 

Southhend, 

South Berwick, . . .B. 

South Boston, 

Southborough, . . . .F. 

Southbridge, 

South Brunswick, . . . 

Southbury, 

South Dover, 

South-East, B. 



County, . 



Class. 



t. 



tsh. and t. 



t. 



c. t. 



c. t, 

t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh. and t. 
County, . . 
County,. . 

tsh 

t 



tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh. 
c. t. 



c. t. 



c. t. 

t. .. 

t. .. 



c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh. 
c. t. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County. 



Cayuga, 

Warren, 

Spartanburg, . . 
Cumberland, . . 
Chenango, . • . . 
Kent, 



State. 



Anson, 

Loudon, 

Worcester, .... 

Greene, 

Sussex, . , 

Northumberl'nd 
Northumberl'nd 
Darlington, .... 
Hillsborough,. . 
Wayne,..:,.... 
Bucks, ..;.... 

Somerset, 

Cortland, 

Cuyahoga, .... 

Crawford, 

Cambria, 

Tolland, 

West Chester, . 
Preble, 



Windham, 
Bristol, . . . 
Niagara, . . , 



Somerset, . . . 
Somerset, . . . 
Washington, 



Pulaski, . . . . 
Belmont,. . . . 

Perry, 

Franklin, . . . 
Belmont, . . . 
Somerset, . . . 
Morgan, . . . . 
Stratford, . . . 
Nansemond, , 
Fayette, . . . , 
Middlesex, . , 
Franklin, . . 
Somerset, . . , 



tsh. 



Chenango, . . 

Beaver, 

St. Joseph, . . 

York, 

Halifax, . . . . 
Worcester, . . 
Worcester, . . 
Middlesex, . . 
New Haven,. 
Dutchess, . . . 
Putnam, . . . . 



N. Y. 

Ken. 

S. C. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Del. 

Va. 

N.C. 

Va. 

Md. 

N.C. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

S. C. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Me. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

O. 

N.J. 

Al. 

N. H. 

Va. 

Ten. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

In. 

Me. 

Va. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

N.J. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

N.Y. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Rd 
Hi 
Mi 
Qf 

Sd 

Sg 
Mj 

Ni 

Qg 

Sh 

Qk 

Te 

Re 

Rf 

01 

Wc 

Qc 

Sf 

Yb 

Rd 

Me 

Ne 

Pf 

Ve 

Ue 

Jg 
Ya 

Vd 

W e 

Pc 

Tf 

Of 
Of 

Of 

Nf 

Sh 

Jl 

Mg 

Lg 

Ig 
Mg 

Tf 

Gi 

Xc 

Rj 
Ek 
Tf 
Qf 

Qj 

Sd 
Nf 
He 
Xc 

Pj 

Wd 

Vd 

Tf 

Ue 

Ue 

Ue 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,859 



164 

3,528 

2,659 

768 

2,033 

85 

644 

852 

1,429 

1,997 

1,692 

35,787 

245 

1,023 

871 

17,689 

17,762 

2,515 

649 

1,573 

20,166 

230 

1,786 

576 



59 



3,090 



3,782 

1,655 

712 

16,074 



828 



1,577 



1,080 
2,173 
2,557 
1,557 



2,036 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



305 
673 
485 
105 
348 
102 



424 
49 
164 
298 
243 
183 
166 
420 



358 
170 
647 
320 
647 
310 
177 
357 
284 
496 



601 
309 
354 

536 
305 
199 
751 
490 
242 
873 
211 
98 
146 



318 
263 
631 
494 
224 
409 
380 
185 
307 
317 
299 



D. fr- 
Cap. 



169 
133 
95 
24 
96 
12 



148 

165 

127 

84 

85 

73 

56 

101 



202 
119 

44 
140 

44 
249 
130 

23 
120 
100 



428 


117 


415 


42 


415 


280 






165 


143 


165 


143 


222 


202 



85 
135 

46 

55 
139 

33 
135 

32 
120 
184 

45 

40 
135 



115 

241 

173 

91 

1.34 

26 

61 

20 

41 

101 

113 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



133 



Names of Places. 



.K. 



South-East, 

Southfield, C. 

Southfield, 

South Florence, 

South Frankfort, . . . . 

South Hadley, 

South Hampton, . .J. 
South Hampton, . . . . 

South Hampton, 

South Hampton, 
Soutli Hampton, 
Soutli Hampton, 

South Hero, 

Southold, 

South Huntingdon, . . 

Southington, 

Southing-ton, 

South Kingston, 

South Middleton,..D. 

South port, 

South Reading, . . .0. 
South Shenango, . . . . 

South Union, 

Soutliville, 

South Washington, . . 

South West, 

Southwick, 

Sowego, 

Spalford, 

Sparta, 

Sparta, 

Sparta, 

Sparta, 

Sparta, 

Sparta, P. O 

Sparta, 

Sparta, 

Sparta, 

Sparta, 

Sparta, 

Sparta, 

SPARTANBURG, . 

Spartanburjor, 

Speedwell Fur'ce. P.O. 

Spencer, 

Spencer, 

Spencer, 

SPENCER, 

Spencer, 

SPENCER, 

Spencer, 

Spencer, 

Spice Valley, 

SPOTSYLVANIA,. 

Spotsylvania, 

Spottedville, 

Spottswood, 

Sprigg, 

Spring, 

Spring, 

Springborough, . . .h. 



Class. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



c. t . . . i 

c. t 

t 

c. t 

t 

tsh 

District, 
c. t 



tsh. and t. 
County, . . 

tsh 

County, . . 

c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 

c. t 

t , 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t .. 



County. 



Orange, 

Richmond, . . . . 

Oakland, 

Franklin, 

Franklin, 

Hampshire, . . . 
Rockingham,. . 
Hampshire, . . . 

Suffolk, 

Bedford, 

Bucks, 

Cumberland, . . 
Grand Isle,. . . . 

Suffolk 

Westmoreland, 

Hartford, 

Trumbull, 

Washington, . . 
Cumberland, . . 

Tioga 

Middlesex, . . . . 
Crawford,- . . . . 

Logan, 

St. Lawrence,. . 
New Hanover, . 

Orange, 

Hampden, . . . . 

York, 

Onondaga, . . . . 
Livingston, . . . 
West Chester, . 

Sussex, 

Crawford, 

Washington, . 
Edgecomb, . . . 

Hancock, 

Conecuh, 

Concordia, .... 

White, 

Stark, 

Dccirborn, . . . 



Spartanburg, 
Claiborne, . . . 
Worcester, . . 
Columbia, . . . 
Tioga, 



Guernsey, . 



Owen,. . . . 

Jennings, . 
Lawrence, 



Spotsylvania, . 
Stafford, . . . . . 
Middlesex, . . , 

Adams, 

Centre, 

Crawford, . . . . 
Warren, 



State. 



In. 
N. Y. 

M. T. 

Al. 

Ken. 

Mas. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Ct. 

O. 

R. L 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

N.C. 

In. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

Geo. 

Al. 

La. 

Ten. 

O. 

In. 

S. C. 

s. c. 

Ten. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

N.J. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Hh 

Tf 

Kd 

Gl 

Jh 

V d 

Xd 

Vd 

U f 

Sf 

Qf 

Ub 
Ve 

Of 
Ve 
Me 
\V c 

Qf 
R d 
Wd 

N e 

Hj 
Td 
Ql 
Hh 

Vd 

Kg 

Rd 

Qd 

Ue 

Te 

O e 

Nf 

Qk 

K m 

Go 

Cn 

Ik 

Mf 

Ig 
M 1 
MI 

Kj 

Vd 

Ud 

Rd 

li 

Mg 

Hh 

Hg 

Ih 

Hh 

Qh 

Qh 

Qh 

Tf 

Kh 

Qf 

Ne 

Jg 



Popula 
tioii. 



971 



307 
1,185 

487 
1,244 
4,850 
1,323 
1,227 
1,486 

717 
2,900 
2,2!)4 
1,844 

219 
3,663 
2,073 
1,454 
1,311 

686 



1,353 



2,647 
3,777 



304 



D. fr. 
Wash 



28 
21,150 



1,618 



1,278 

6,812 

864 

3,196 



15,134 

70 

69 

202 

1,739 

1,293 

690 

370 



632 
221 
538 
79M 
551 
377 
469 
366 
321 
113 
159 
100 
532 
317 
204 
322 
306 
389 
155 
273 
447 
288 
697 
453 
378 
637 
353 
80 
327 
331 
254 
236 
310 
239 
261 
618 
971 
1,136 
623 
310 
513 



D. fr. 
("a p. 



477 
525 
398 
361 
272 



318 



624 

582 
641 



99 

167 

12 

145 

1 

90 

43 

99 

247 

90 

121 

38 

55 

242 

180 

17 

166 

31 

118 

203 

15 

251 

157 

172 

142 

94 

88 

60 

152 

231 

123 

li 

343 

222 

81 

24 

205 

312 

92 

122 

108 



104 

233 

50 

26 

181 



77 



52 
61 

81 



52 


. . . . 


79 


. . . . 


36 





192 


85 


313 


252 


477 


88 



M 



134 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



.A. 



Spring Creek, 
Spring Creek, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, M 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, P 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, C. 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, F. 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Springfield, 

Spring Garden, . . .J. 

Spring Grove, P. O.. . 

Spring Hill, 

I Spring Hill, P. O. . . . 

I Spring Hill, 

I Spring Hill, 

Spring Mount, 

Spring Place, 

Springport, D. 

Springtown, 

Springtown, 

Springville, 

Springville, 

Springville, 

Springwater, 

Springwells, 

Staatsburg, 

Stafl:brd, 

Stafford 

STAFFORD, 

! Stafford, C.H. 

I Stafford Springs, . . . . 
I Stafford 



tsh. 
tsh. 



Class. 



c. t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

0. t 

t 



County. 



c. t 

c. t 

tsh. and c t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. . . 
tsh 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
c. t. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 



tsh. 



t. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



tsh. 



tsh 

tsL . . . . 

t 

tsh 

tsh. . . . . 
County, . 
c.t. .... 



Warren, 

Miami, 

Sullivan, 

Windsor, 

Hampden, . . . . 

Otsego, 

Burlington, . . . 

Essex, 

Bradford, .... 

Bucks, 

Cumberland, . 
Delaware, . . . 

Erie, 

Huntingdon, . 

Mercer, 

Montgomery,. 
Cumberland, . 
Hampshire, . . 
Effingham,. . . 

Greene, 

Livingston, . . 
Robertson, . . . 
Washington, . 

Clark, 

Columbiana,. . 

Gallia, 

Hamilton, . . . . 
Jefferson, . . . . 
Jefferson, . . . . 
Muskingum, . 

Portage, 

Richland, . . . . 

Ross, 

Franklin, . . . . 

Posey, 

Sangamon, . . . 

St. Clair, 

Washington, . 

York, 

Alachua, . . . . 

Fayette, 

Lenoir, 

Mobile, 

Maury, 

Dyer, 

Murray, 

Cayuga, 

Ulster, 

Bucks, 

Erie, 

Susquehanna,. 

Marion, 

Livingston, . , 

Wayne, 

Dutchess, ... 

Genesee, 

Monmouth, . 



tsh. 



State. 



Stafford, 
Stafford, , 
Greene,. 



Pa. 
0. 
N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N". Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 

Geo. 

Al. 

La. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

U. 

Mo. 

Pa. 

F. T. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

S. C. 

N. Y, 

M. T, 

N. Y, 

N. Y, 

N.J. 

Va. 

Va. 

Va. 

In. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Oe 

Jf 

Vc 

V c 

Vd 

Td 

Tf 

Tf 

Re 

Sf 

Qf 

sg 

Ne 

Qf 

Ne 
Sf 
PI 

Pg 
Mn 
En 
Dp 

Hj 
li 

Kg 

Nf 
Lh 

Jg 

Nf 

Nf 

Lg 
M e 
Lf 
Lg 

Jg 
Gh 

Eg 
Eh 
Pi 

Rg 

Lq 

Og 
Qk 
Fp 
Gh 

Ej 
I i 

Rd 

Te 

Sf 

Pd 

Ro 

01 

Qd 

Kd 

Ue 

Pd 

Tg 
Qh 
Qh 
Qh 
Gh 



Popula- 
tion. 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



212 
1,061 
1,192 
2,749 
6,784 
4,363 
1,534 
1,658 

764 
2,078 



701 
1,521 
1,221 
1,068 

663 



618 
2,602 
2,063 

747 
3,025 
1,041 

177 
1,813 
1,206 
1,036 

930 



1,603 
1,934 



1,528 



1,514 
2,253 



2,368 
2,059 
9,362 



D. fr. 

Cap. 



335 

471 

469 

453 

363 

386 

169 

216 

255 

170 

112 

124 

330 

121 

263 

149 

139 

118 

671 

910 

1,712 

727 

601 

439 

290 

365 

491 

279 

266 

339 

329 

385 

401 

531 

742 

801 

230 

918 

87 

890 

221 

329 

1,039 

744 

874 

626 

333 

298 

179 

346 

261 

451 

323 

526 

312 

365 

192 



271 

74 

35 

71 

76 

59 

23 

50 

143 

86 

30 

98 

269 

82 

231 

109 

54 

197 

181 

61 

88 

25 

50 

43 

167 

101 

106 

134 

136 

56 

114 

70 

45 

77 

182 

79 

58 

130 

21 

193 

203 

67 

231 

30 

160 

158 

166 

73 

93 

282 

153 

128 

223 

"6.3 

238 
68 



46 

88 
658 



76 
104 

86 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



135 



Names of Places. 



Stag Hill, 

Stamford, 

Stamford, 

Stamford, 

Standish, 

Stanford, 

Stanford, 

Stannardsville, 

Stantonsburg, 

Star, 

STARK, 

Stark, or Piercy, . . . 

Starks, 

Starks, 

Star key, B . 

Starksboro', 

Stateshoro', 

Statesburg, 

Statesville, 

Statesville, 

Statesville, 

Statlcr's Town, 

Staunton, 

Staunton, 

Staunton, 

Staunton, 

Stephentown, 

Stcplicnsport, 

Sterling, 



Class. 



Sterling, 

Sterling, 

Sterling, 

Sterling, 

Sterling, 

Stetson's Plantation, 

Steuben, 

STEUBEN, 

Steuben, 

Steuhenville, 

Stcvensburg, 

Stevensburg, 

STEWART, 

STEWART, 

Stewart's Corner, . . . 

Stcwartstown, 

Stewartsville, 

Stewartsville, P. O. . 

Stibensville, 

Stillwater, 

Stillwater, 

Stirling, 

Stirling, 

Stock, 

Stockbridge, 

Stockbridge, 

Stockholm, 

Stockport, 

Stockland, 

Stockton, 

Stockton, 

Stoddard, 



tsh. 



tsh. 
c. t. 



tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh. 
tsh. 



c. t. 



c. t. 

t. .. 



c. t. 



tsh. and t. 
t 



tsh. 



t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



t. 



County, . . . , 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t. 
t 



County, . 
County, . 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County. 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 



tsh. and t 



New Hanover, 
Bennington, . . 
Fairfield, .... 
Delaware, .... 
Cumberland, . 
Dutchess, .... 

Lincoln, 

Orange, 

Edgecombe, . . 
Hocking, .... 



Coos, 

Somerset, . . . . 
Herldmer, . . . 

Yates, 

Addison, 

Bullock, 

Sumpter, 

Iredell, 

Autauga, . . . . 

Wilson, 

Harrison, . . . . 

McKean, 

Augusta, 

Miami, 

Henry, 

Rensselaer,. . . 
Breckenridge, 
Worcester, . . . 
Windham, . . . 

Wayne, 

Brown, 

Crawford, . . . . 

Clark, 

Penobscot, . . . 
Washington, . 



Oneida, . . 
Jefferson, 
Culpeper, 
Plardin,. . 



Cayuga, 

Coos, 

Westmoreland, 
Richmond, . . . . 

Randolph, 

Saratoga, 

Sussex, 

Franklin, 

Cayuga, 

Harrison, 

Windsor, 

Berksiiire, 

St. Lawrence, . 

Wayne, 

St. Charles,.... 
Chautauque,. . . 

Greene, 

Cheshire, 



State. 



N.C. 

Vt 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

Va. 

N.C. 

O. 

O. 

N. H. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

Geo. 

S. C. 

N.C. 

Al. 

Ten. 

Va. 

Pa. 

Va. 

O. 

In. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

Pa. 

O. 

In. 

II. 

Me. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Va. 

Ken. 

Geo. 

Ten. 

N. Y. 

N. H. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

Va. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

O. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Mo. 

N.Y. 

In. 

N. H. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Pi 

Ud 

Ue 

Td 

Xc 

Ue 

Jl 

Ph 

Qk 

Mf 

Wb 

Yb 

Td 

Qd 

Ub 

Mn 

Nm 

Nk 

Flh 

Hj 

Ng 
Pe 
Oh 
J f 

U 

Ud 

Hi 

Wd 

We 

Sc 

Kg 
Hh 

Gg 

Yb 

AZl 

Qd 

Sc 

Nf 

Qh 

I i 

Jn 

Gj 

Rd 

Wb 

Of 

01 

Nh 

Ud 

Te 

Vb 

Re 

Mf 

Ve 

Ud 

Tb 

Pf 

Ph 

Od 

Gg 
Vc 



Popula- 
tion. 



.563 
3,712 
1,597 
2,023 
2,521 

363 



295 

26,588 

236 

471 

1,781 

2,285 

1,342 



1,081 



2,716 

64 

1,794 

1,240 

495 

556 



114 

695 

33,851 

2,094 

3,696 



6,968 
529 



2,601 
1,381 
183 
1,436 
1,066 
1,333 
1,580 
1,914 



U. Ir. 

Wa.^^h. 



1,605 
l,i59 



419 
411 
262 
367 
539 
322 
567 
114 
280 
363 



U. fr. 

Cap. 

155 
137 

70 
58 
6K 
92 
51 
92 
66 
57 



629 
401 
300 
503 
671 
488 
396 
894 
666 
230 
289 
163 
470 
532 
377 
554 
407 
375 
237 
454 
632 
688 
673 
707 



405 

260 

83 

641 



328 
605 

204 

398 

239 

397 

236 

530 

374 

289 

481 

357 

495 

291 

886 

354 

655 

458 



37 

69 

190 

41 

117 

32 

146 

126 

48 

308 

210 

121 

74 

41 

21 

116 

40 

45 

146 

87 

111 

149 

63 I 

107 



103 

149 

96 

90 



164 
164 
181 
112 

228 

20 

78 

41 

172 

134 

48 

127 

227 

iss 

113 

323 

83 

40 



136 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



STODDARD, 

Stoddardsville, 

Stokely, 

STOKES, 

Stokes, 

Stoneham, N. 

Stone Lick, 

Stonerstown, 

Stoney Creek, 

Stoney Creek, 

Stoney Ridge 

Stonington, 

Stony Creek, 

Stouchestown, 

Stoug-hton, E . 

Stoughstown, 

Stow, 

Stow, 

Stow, 

Stow Creek, A. 

Stoystown, 

Strabane, 

Strabane, 

STRAFFORD, .... 

Strafford, 

Strafford, 

Strafford, 

Strasburg, 

Strasburg, K . 

Strasburg, 



.G, 



Strasburg, 
Strasburg, 
Strasburg, 

Stratford, 

Stratford, 

Stratford, 

Stratham, 

Stratton, 

Strawhntown, . . 
Streetsborough, 

Strikersville, 

Strong, 

Strongsville, D . 

Stroud, F. 

Stroudsburg, 

Stumptown, 

Sturbridge, 

Sturges' Prairie, 

Stuyvesant, 

Success, 

Sudbury, 

Sudbury, 

Suffield, 

Suffield 

SUFFOLK, 

SUFFOLK, 

Suffolk 

Sugar Creek, 

Sugar Creek, 

Sugar Creek, 

Sugar Creek, 



Class. 



County, . 

t 

t 



County,. 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
t 



tsh. 
t. .. 



t. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t. 

t 

t 



t 

t 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 
c. t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



County. 



Luzerne, . . . 
Rutherford, 



Madison, . . . . 

Middlesex, . . . 
Clermont, . . . . 

Bedford, 

Henry, 

Randolph, . . . . 

Ulster, 

New London,. 
Somerset, . . . . 

Berks, 

Norfolk, 

Cumberland, . 
Washington, . 
Middlesex, . . . 

Portage, 

Cumberland, . 
Somerset, . . . . 
Washington, . 
Adams, 



Strafford, .... 

Orange, 

Tolland, 

Franklin, .... 
Lancaster, . . . 
Lancaster, . . . 

York, 

Shenandoah,. . 
Tuscarawas, . 

Coos, 

Fairfield, .... 
Montgomery,. 
Rockingham,. 
Windham, . . . 

Bucks, 

Portage, 

Schoharie, . . . 
Somerset, .... 
Cuyahoga, . . . 
Northampton, 
Northampton, 
Lebanon, . . . . 
Worcester, . . . 
St. Joseph, • . . 
Columbia, .... 

Coos, 

Rutland, 

Middlesex, . . . 
Hartford, .... 
Portage, 



Nansemond,. 
Armstrong, . 
Venango, ... 

Greene, 

Stark 



State. 



Mo. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

N.C. 

O. 

Mas. 

O. 

Pa. 

In. 

In. 

N.Y. 

Ct. 

Paf 

Pa. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

O. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Ct 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

O. 

N. H. 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

O. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

M.T. 

N.Y. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

O. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

Va. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Rf 
Hk 

Nj 

Kg 

Wd 

Jg 
Pf 

If 

If 

Te 

We 

Pf 

Rf 

Wd 

Qf 

Vb 

Wd 

Me 

Sg 
Pf 

Nf 

Qg 

W c 

Wc 

Vc 

Ve 

Qf 

Rg 

Kg 

Rg 

Ph 

Mf 

Wb 

U 

T 

X 

V 

s 

Me 

Td 

Xb 

Me 

Se 

Sf 

Rf 

Vd 

le 

Ud 

Wb 

Ue 

Wd 

Ve 

Me 

W d 

Vf 

Rj 

Of 
Ne 
Kg 
Mf 



Popula- 
tion. 



16,196 

560 

732 

1,344 



3,397 
1,025 



1,591 



1,570 

1,220 

790 

791 



2,599 
1,308 
58,910 
2,201 
1,935 
2,515 



4,036 



19 
443 
1,814 
551 
939 
312 



415 



985 

634 

1,631 



1,688 



2,331 

14 

812 

1,423 

2,690 

397 

62,163 

26,780 



1,840 
1,351 
2,339 
1,263 



D. fr. D. fr. 

Wash. Cap. 



239 
697 

426 
440 
476 
124 
546 
530 
303 
368 
148 
148 
431 
107 
539 
417 
332 
177 
155 
224 
76 

'562 
499 
362 
99 
114 
116 
74 
89 
107 
574 
287 
433 
478 
434 
175 
327 
372 
631 
361 
219 
219 
139 
376 
613 
360 
586 
466 
418 
352 
325 



224 
220 
285 
459 
327 



131 

45 

30 

8 

104 

102 

49 

90 

68 

55 

125 

35 

16 

31 

22 

24 

120 

71 

133 

207 

28 

"28 

33 

27 

47 

48 

48 

37 

153 

323 

133 

48 

63 

43 

108 

100 

134 

48 

47 

123 

118 

118 

29 

57 

137 

12 

119 

72 

20 

17 

117 



102 

288 

218 

63 

104 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



137! 



Names of Places. 



Sugar Creek, 

Sugar Creek, 

Sugar Creek, 

Sugar Creek, 

Sugar Creek, 

Sugar Creek, 

Sugar Creek, 

Sugar Creek, 

Sugar Grove, 

Sugarloaf, 

Sugarloaf, 

Sugarloaf, 

Suggsville, 

Sullivan, 

SULLIVAN, 

Sullivan, 

SULLIVAN, 

Sullivan, 

Sullivan, 

SULLIVAN, 

Sullivan, 

SULLIVAN, 

Sulphur Springs, . . . . 
Sulphur Springs, .... 

Sum many town, 

Summerficld, 

Summerfield, 

Suminer\'ille, 

Summersville, 

Summersville, 

Summersville, 

Summit, 

Summit 4 corners,. . . 

Sumner, 

SUMNER, 

Sumnersville, 

SUMTER, 

SUMTER, 

SUMTER, 

Sumtercille, 

Sunhury, 

Sunbury, 

Sunbury, 

Sunbury, 

Sunbury, 

Sunderland, 

Sunderland, B . 

Sunfish, 

Sunkliaze, 

Surgoinsville, 

Surry, 

Surry, E. 

SURRY, 

Surry, C.H, 

suRry, 

SUSQUEHANNA,. . 

Susquehanna, 

Susquehanna, . . . . D . 

SUSSEX, 

SUSSEX, 

SUSSEX, 



Class. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t . 
t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t .. 
t. .. 



County, . . 

t 

County, . . 
tsh. and t 

tsh 

County, . . . 

tsh , 

County, . . . 



t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t .. 
c. t 
t. .. 



t .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County, . 



District, 
County, . 
County, . 
t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. ., 



tsh. 
t .. 
t. .. 



County, 



c. t. 



County, . 
County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
County,. 
County, . 



Countv. 



Tuscarawas, . , 

Wayne, 

Boone, 

Hancock, ... 
Montgomery,. 

Parke, 

Shelby, , 

Vigo, 

Warren, 

Orange, 

Columbia, .... 

Luzerne, 

Clark, 

Hancock, .... 



Cheshire, 



Madison, 
Tioga,. .. 



Lorain, . 



Hot Springs, . 
Independence, 
Montgomery,. 

Monroe, 

Monroe, 

Cayuga, 

Nicholas, .... 
Charleston, . . . 

Greene, 

Schoharie, ... 
Schoharie, . . . . 
Oxford 



Gates, 



Sumter, . — 
Northumberl'nd 

Gates, 

Liberty, 

Delaware, . . . • 
Monroe, ...... 

Bennington,. . . 

Franklin, 

Pike, 

Penobscot, .... 

Hawkins, 

Hancock, 

Cheshire, 



Surry, . 



Cambria, 
Dauphin, 



state. 



o. 
o. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Al. 

Me. 

N. H. 

N. H. 

N.Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

O. 

In. 

A. T. 

A.T. 

Pa. 

O. 

M. T. 

N.Y. 

Va. 

S. C. 

Ken. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

Ten. 

N.C. 

S. C. 

Geo. 

Al. 

S. C. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

Geo. 

O. 

O. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

O. 

Me. 

Ten. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Va. 

Va. 

N.C. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

Del. 

Va. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Mf 
Mf 
Hf 

I? 
Hf 

Gg 

Gg 

Oe 

Te 

Re 

Rf 

Go 

Zb 

Vc 

Vc 

Te 

Sc 

Qe 

Lj 
Le 

Gg 

Al 

Ck 

Sf 

Mg 

Ke 

Rd 

Nh 

Nm 

li 

Td 

rd 

Xb 

Hj 

Rj 
Nm 

Jn 

Fn 

Nm 

Rf 

Rj 

Mo 

Lf 

Mg 

Uc 

Vd 

Kg 
Zb 

Lj 
Zb 
V d 
Ri 
Ri 

Nj 
Se 
Pf 
Rf 
Te 
Sh 
Qj 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,697 



289 



748 
741 



678 
1,486 



538 

19,669 

555 

12,364 

4,077 

804 

10,073 

206 

4,630 



52 



1,733 



1,098 
20,569 



28,277 



1,056 



518 
908 
463 
666 
568 
250 



561 

539 

7,109 



14,504 
16,787 
722 
1,427 
20,346 
27,115 
12,720 



D. Ir. 
Wash. 



324 
336 
620 
577 
625 
637 
580 
657 
327 
271 
201 
206 
962 
691 



43- 



349 
248 



371 



1,145 
1,037 
166 
309 
490 
322 
310 
563 
630 
371 
371 
593 



249 



481 
162 
257 
702 
389 
143 
430 
389 
414 
677 
441 
685 
437 



183 



194 
110 



107. 
Cap. 

~97 

99 

62 

15 

67 

65 

25 

85 

254 

112 

91 

96 

159 

93 



58 



129 
142 



101 



79 

95 

83 

112 

42 

147 

268 

85 

95 

52 

52 

44 



152 



44 

52 
160 
212 

22 

291 
102 

88 

65 

82 

274 

87 
58 



60 



147 



M2 



138 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Sussex, C. H, 

Sutton, 

I Sutton, 

I Sutton, 

Sutton, 

Swan, 

' Swainshoro' 

Swansboro', 

, Swansey, 

j Swantop, 

! Swantown, 

I Swanville, 

j Swanzy, 

i Swatara, 

Swatara, F. 

Swataraville, 

Sweden, 

Sweden, 

Swedesboro', 

Sweet Springs, 

\ SWITZERLAND,. . 
i Switzerland, 

Swope Town, 

Sycamore, 

' Sycamore, 

Symmes, D. 

' Symmes, 

1 Syracuse, 

Taberg, 

Tabernacle, 

Taghkanic, 

j Taitsville, 

TALBOT, 

TALBOT, 

; Talbot, P. O 

Talhotton, 

TALIAFERRO, . . . 

TAIiLiAHASSZE, . . 

TALLAPOOSA, . . . 

TALLADEGA, .... 

Talmadge, 

j Tamworth, 

I Tamarind, 

j Tammanytown, 

Taneytown, 

I Tappan, 

j Tappahannock, 

1 Tarboro\ 

Tarrytown, 

Tarleton, 

Tate, 

TATNALL 

Tatnall, a H. 

Taunton, 

Taylorsville, 

Taylorsville, 

TAZEWELL, 

Tazewell, 

Tazewell, 

TAZEWELL 

; Tecumseh, 



Class. 



0. t. 

t. .. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County, . 
tsh 



t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
e. t. 



tsh. and t. 
t 

County, . . 
County, . . 



c. t 

County, . 
Capital, . 
County, . 
County, . 

tsh 

t 



t. .. 
c. t. 
c. t 
t. .. 



t 

tsh 

County, . 



t. .. 
t .. 
c. t. 



County, . 



c. t 

County, . 
tsh 



County, 



Sussex, 

iMerrimack, . 
Caledonia, . , 
Worcester, . , 
Meigs, . . . . , 
Hocking, . . , 
Emanuel, . . , 
Onslow,. . . . , 
Bristol, . . . . . 
Franklin, . . , 

Kent, , 

Waldo 

Cheshire, . . 
Dauphin, . . - 
Lebanon, . . , 
Schuylkill, . 
Oxford, . . . . , 
Monroe, . . . , 
Gloucester, . , 
Monroe, . . . . 



Monroe, ... 
Lancaster, . . 
Crawford, . . , 
Hamilton, . . 
Hamilton, . . , 
Lawrence, . , 
Onondaga, . 

Oneida, 

BurUngton,. . 
Columbia, . . , 
Baldwin,. . . . 



Izard, . 
Talbot, 



Leon, 



Portage, 

Strafford, .... 
SchuylkiU, . . . 

Juniatta, 

Frederick, . . . 
Rockland, . . . . 

Essex, 

Edgecomb, . . . 
West Chester, 
Pickaway, . . . 
Clermont, .... 



Tatnall,. 
Bristol, . 
Patrick, 
Spencer, 



Mecklenburg, 
Claiborne, .... 



State. 



Lenawee, 



Va. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

O. 

O. 

Geo. 

N. C. 

Mas. 

Vt. 

Md. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Va. 

In. 

O. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

Al. 

Md. 

Geo. 

A. T. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

F. T. 

Al. 

Al. 

O. 

N.H. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

N. C. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Mas. 

Va. 

Ken. 

Va. 

Va. 

Ten. 

II. 

M.T. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Qj 

Wc 

Vb 

Wd 

Mg 

Lg 
Ln 

Ql 

We 

Ub 

Sg 
Zb 
Vd 
Rf 
Rf 
Rf 
Xb 
Pc 
Sg 
Nj 
Ih 
Ng 
Rf 
Kf 

Jg 
Jg 
Lh 
Re 
So 

Tg 
Ud 
Go 

Rg 
Jn 

Bj 

Jn 

Km 

Jp 

Hn 

Hn 

Me 

We 

Rf 

Qf 
Qd 
Te 
Ri 
Qk 
Ue 

Lg 
Jh 
Ln 
Ln 
We 

Nj 
Ih 
Mi 

Pj 
Kj 

Ef 
Jd 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,424 

1,005 

2,186 

411 

290 



1,678 
2,158 



633 

1,816 
2,771 
1,510 



487 
2,146 



7,028 
445 



354 

2,779 

1,158 

246 



1,654 



12,947 
5,940 



4,934 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



172 

480 
553 
393 
348 
362 
633 
377 
408 
549 
99 
647 
427 
102 
136 
150 
553 
376 
155 
263 



284 
128 
432 
484 
479 
380 
342 
412 
161 
357 
986 



1,124 
754 



1,218 
1,554 
4,934 



2,323 
2,040 



6,042 



5,749 
4,716 



896 



332 
525 
182 
148 
68 
241 
109 
252 
252 
397 
477 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

~50 

24 

50 

45 

99 

55 

79 

160 

48 

72 

64 

46 

68 

"26 
40 
68 

241 
49 

204 



757 
415 
333 
586 



221 
491 



512 



150 

44 

74 

99 

94 

116 

133 

112 

39 

43 

194 



182 
112 



155 

48 
74 
41 

101 

128 
50 
72 

125 
36 

110 



115 

132 

241 

35 



99 
243 



58 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



139 



Names of Places. 



Tecumseh, 

Tekatoka, 

TELFAIR, 

Tell 

Tellico Plains, P.O. . 

Temple, 

Temple, 

Teinpleton, 

Teonista, 

Teonista, 

TERRE BONNE,. . 

Terrehaute, 

Tewksbury, 

Tewksbury, c. 

Theaville, 

Theresa, 

The Ridge, 

Thetford, 

Thibadeauxville, . . . . 

THOMAS, 

Thomaston, 

Thomaston, 

Thomasmlle, 

Thompson, 

Thompson, 

Thompson, 

Thompson, 

Thompson, 

Thompsonston, 

Thorn, 

Thornbury, S . 

Thornbury, N. 

Thorndike, 

Thornton, 

Thorntow-n, 

Thornville, 

Three Forks, P. O. . . 

Throopsville, 

Thunderbolt, 

Ticonderoga, 

Tiffin, B. 

Tiffin, 

Tiltonsville, c . 

Timoka, 

Tinicum, 

Tinicum, O. 

Tinmouth, 

Tinton Falls, 

TIOGA, 

Tiosra 

TIOGA, 

Tioga 

TIPPECANOE, . . . 

Tippecanoe, 

Tippecanoe, 

TIPTON, 

Tiptonsport, 

Tisbury, 

Tiverton, 

Tiverton, 

Tobin, 



Class. 



c. t. 

t 

County, . 
tsh 



tsh. . . . 
tsh. . . . 
Parish, 
c. t. . . . 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



c. t 

County, . 
t 



c. t. 
c. t. 

t. .. 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



t. .. 
c. t. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



County, . 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 



t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 

Ish. 



County. 



Lenawee, 
Pope, 



Huntingdon, . 

Monroe, 

Kcnnebeck, . . 
Hillsborough,. 
Worcester, . . . 
Venango, . . . . 
Warren, 



Vigo, 

Middlesex, .-. . . 
Hunterdon, . . . . 
Georgetown, . . . 

JefTerson, 

St. Mary's, 

Orange, 

LaFourche,Int. 



Lincoln, . . . 
Upson, . . . . 
Thomas,. . . 
Windham, . 
Sullivan, . . . 
Delaware, . 
Geauga, . . . 
Seneca,. . . . 
Juniatta,. . . 
Perry,.. .. 
Chester, . . . 
Delaware,. . 
Waldo, . . . . 
Grafton, . . . 
Boone, . . . . 

Perry, 

Barren, .... 
Cayuga, . . . 
Chatham, . . 

Essex, 

Adams,. . . . 
Seneca, .... 
Jefferson, . . 
Musquito, . . 
Bucks, . . . . 
Delaware, . . 
Rutland, . . . 
Monmouth, 



Tioga,. 
Tioga,. 



Carroll, .... 
Tippecanoe, , 



Carroll, 

Dukes, 

Newport, . . . 
Coshocton, . . 
Perry, 



State. 



M. T. 

A. T. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

La. 

In. 

Mas. 

N.J. 

S. C. 

N. Y. 

Md. 

Vt. 

La. 

Geo. 

Me. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

Pa. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Me. 

N. H. 

In. 

O. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

F.T. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Vt. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Ten. 

In. 

Mas. 

R. L 

O. 

In. 



Ref. 

Letter; 



Kd 

Ak 

Kg 

Qf 

Jk 

Xd 

Wd 

Vd 

Oe 

Oe 

Cq 

Gg 
W d 

Tf 

Om 

Sb 

Rh 

Vc 

Dq 

Jp 

Yb 

Jn 

Jp 

W e 

Te 

K f 

Me 

Le 

Qf 

Lg 

Sg 

Sg 

Yb 

Wc 

Hf 

Lg 

Ih 

Rd 

Mn 

Uc 

Kh 

Ke 

Nf 

Jp 

Sf 

Sg 
U c 



T 

R 

R 

Q 

Q 

H 

H 

H 

E 

H 

Xe 

W e 

Lf 

Hi 



f 
d 
d 
e 
e 
f 
f 
f 
k 
f 



Popula- 
tion 



2,136 

824 



975 

648 

1,552 

480 



2,121 



1,527 
1,659 



2,113 



3,299 
4,214 



3,383 

2,457 

234 

737 

362 



1,735 
183 
610 
652 

1,049 



168 



1,996 
1,570 

"' 60 



2,087 

182 

1,049 



27,690 

1,411 

9,062 

408 

7,187 



5,317 



1,317 

2,905 

237 

1,223 



I), fr. 
\Vr«Ii 



512 
1,153 



122 
756 
619 
452 
412 
257 
301 



655 
439 
211 
465 
430 
95 
493 
1,371 



622 
729 
877 
378 
278 
427 
344 
417 
141 
363 
119 
119 
635 
527 
620 
363 
662 
342 
666 
474 
460 
431 
278 
881 
176 
125 
452 
213 



268 



254 



666 
648 



657 
491 
410 
410 
653 



D. fr. 

rap. 

~63 

85 



56 

183 

40 

41 

56 

190 

228 



83 

23 

45 

135 

178 

114 

36 

108 



49 

87 

235 

43 

113 

31 

184 

92 

34 

37 

79 

87 

40 

51 

62 

37 

122 

159 

171 

97 

101 

85 

130 

332 

111 

99 

81 

48 



173 



148 



93 
75 



94 
93 
16 
16 
143 



140 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



.0. 



R. 



Toboyne, .... 

Toby 

Tobyhanna, . . 
Toby's Creek,. 

TODD, 

Tolland, 

TOLLAND, . 

Tolland, 

Tom's River, . 
Tomlinson's, P 
TOMPKINS, 
Tompkins, — 
Tompkinsville, 
Tonnewanta, . 
Topsfield, . . . 
Topsham, .... 
Topsham, .... 
Torrington, . . 
Towanda, .... 
Towamensing, 
Towamensing, 

Towsentown, 

Townsend, 

Townsend, 

Townsend, 

Townsend, 

Trap, 

Trap, 

Trap, 

Trap, 

Traptown, 

Transylvania, 

Treaty Ground, P. O. 

Tredyftin, 

Trenton, 

Trenton, 

TRENTON, 

Trenton, 

Trenton, 

Trenton, 

Trenton, 

Trenton, 

Trenton Bridge, P. O, 

Trescott, 

Triana, 

Triangle, 

TRIGG, 

Trimble 

Trinity 

Tripes HiU 

TROUP, 

Troupsburg, 

Troupsville, 

Troy 

Troy 

Troy, 

Troy, 

Troy 

Troy, 

Troy, 

Troy, 



Class. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 



County, . 

t 

t 



County, . 

tsh 

c. t 



tsh. and c. 

tsh 

tsh 



t. .. 
t. .. 

tsh. 
tsh. 



tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. 
Capital, . . 

tsh 

c. t 



t 

t 

tsh 

County, , 

tsh 

t 



t. 



County, . 

tsh 

t 



t. 



tsh. and c. 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



County. 



Perry, 

Armstrong, . . 
Northampton, 
Venango, .... 



Hampden, ... 



ToUand, . . . 
Monmouth, 
Alleghany, . 



Delaware, . . . 

Monroe, 

Niagara, . ... 

Essex, 

Lincoln, 

Orange, 

Litchfield, . . . 
Bradford, .... 
Montgomery,. 
Northampton, 
Baltimore, . . . 
Windham, . . . 
Middlesex, . . . 

Huron, 

Sandusky, . . . 
Montgomery, . 
Somerset, .... 

Talbot, 

Worcester, . . . 
Frederick, . . . 

Oldham, 

Wabash, 

Chester, 

Hancock, .... 

Oneida, 

tlunterdon, . . 
Hunterdon, . . 

Jones, 

Gibson, 

Todd 

Butler, 

Jones, 

Washington, . 
Madison, .... 
Broome, 



Athens, 

Alexander, . . . 
Montgomery,. 



Steuben, . . . 
Wayne, . . . 
Waldo, . . . . 
Cheshire, . . 
Orleans, . . . 
Bristol, . . . . 
Rensselaer, 
Bradford, . . 
Crawford, . . 
Luzerne, . . . 



State. 



Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

Ct. 

N.J. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

Mas. 

Me. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

0. 

O. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Md. 

Md. 

Md. 

Ken. 

In. 

Pa. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

N. C. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

N. C. 

Me. 

Al. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

O. 

II. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 



Ref. 


Popula- 


Letters 


tion. 


Qf 


2,310 


Oe 


1,362 


Se 


279 


Oe 




Gj 


8,680 


Ud 


723 


Ve 


18,702 


Ve 


1,698 


Tff 




Off 




Rd 


36,545 


Sd 


1,774 


Ij 


218 


Oc 




Xd 


1,010 


Yc 


1,567 


Vb 


1,384 


Ue 


1,654 


Re 


978 


Sf 


669 


Sf 


1,171 


Rff 




Ve 


1,386 


Wd 


1,506 


Le 


202 


Le 


196 


Sf 




Sh 




Rff 




liff 




Ug 




ih 




If 




Sf 


1,582 


Zb 


794 


Sc 


3,221 


Tf 




Tf 


3,925 


Qk 




Ek 




G] 


178 


Jff 




Qk 




BZb 


480 


HI 




Sd 




Gj 


5,916 


l^ff 


190 


Ei 




Td 




Im 


5,799 


Qd 


666 


Qc 




Yb 


803 


Vd 


676 


Vb 


608 


We 


4,158 


Ud 


11,556 


Re 


874 


Ne 


146 


Re 


250 



D.fr. 
Wash 



117 
236 

209 
250 



358 

352 
221 
152 



305 
653 
394 
455 
569 
512 
334 
139 
149 
194 

45 
432 
432 
39 
426 
152 
142 

93 
146 

48 
584 
609 
134 
685 
396 
166 
166 
357 
853 
741 
490 
350 
774 
741 
313 



354 

855 
406 



279 
359 
634 
433 
582 
425 
383 
259 
287 
227 



D.fr. 
Cap. 

■"36 
190 
102 
185 



102 

17 

69 

185 



109 

144 

291 
23 
31 
17 
28 

128 
96 
87 
37 

105 
40 

117 

119 
80 

105 
56 

109 
81 
47 

146 
81 
87 
92 



140 
139 
200 
93 
133 
172 
145 
132 



60 

189 

36 



547 

202 

39 

60 

59 

46 

6 

148 

226 

119 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



141 



Namea of Places. 



Troy, 

Troy 

Troy, 

Troy 

Troy, 

Troy 

Troy, 

Troy, 

Troy, 

Trumansburg, 

Trumbull, 

TRUMBULL, 

Trumbull, 

Truro, 

Truro, 

Truxton, 

Tuckahoe, 

Tuckerton, 

Tuckersville, 

Tuftonboro', 

Tully 

Tully, 

Tullytown, P. O 

Tulpehocken, L . 

Tunbridge, 

Tunkharnnock, 

Turbet, 

Turbut, 

Turin, 

Turkeyfoot, 

Turleytown, 

Turman, 

Turner,. 

Turnersville, 

Turtle Creek, 

Turtle Creek, 

TX7SCiVI.OOSA, 

TUSCALOOSA 

TUSCARAWAS,. . . 

Tuscarawas, E . 

Tuscarawas, 

Tuscarawas, 

Tuscarora, 

Tuscarora, 

Tuscumbia, 

TWIGGS, 

Twin, 

Twin, 

Twin, 

Twinbury, 

Tyler, 

TYLER 

Tylersville, 

Tymochte, 

Tyngsborough, . . .Q. 

Tyre, 

Tyree Springs, P. O. . 

Tyringham, 

Tyrone, 
Tyrone, 



Class. 



c. t . . . 
tsh. ... 
tsh. . . . 
c. t . . . . 
tsh. . . . , 

tsh 

tsh. ... 
tsh. and 
c. t . . . , 

t 

t 



t. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



tsh. 

tsh. 

Tyrone, tsh. 



County, . . 

tsh 

L 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

t , 

t 

t 

t 

tsh. and t. . 
tsh 



t. 



tsh 

tsh 

Capital, . . , 
County, . . , 
County, . . . 

tsh 

tsh , 



t. 



tsh. 
t. ., 
t. .. 



County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



County, . 



t. 



tsh. and t.. 

t 

tsh 



t. 



County. 



Obion,. . . . 
Athens,. . . 
Delaware,. 
Miami, . . . 
Richland, . 
Oakland,. . 
Fountain, . 
Perry,. . . . 
Lincoln, . . 
Tompkins, 
Fairfield,. . 



Ashtabula, . . . . 
Barnstable,. . . . 

Franklin, 

Cortland, 

Cape May, . . . . 
Burlington, . . . . 

Wayne, 

Strafibrd, 

Onondaga, . . . . 

Marion, 

Greenville, . . . . 

Berks, 

Orange, 

Luzerne, 

Juniatta, 

Northumberl'nd 

Lewis, 

Somerset, 

Rockingham, . . 

Sullivan, 

Oxford, 

Robertson, . . 

Shelby, 

Warren, .... 
Tuscaloosa, . 



Slate. 



Coshocton, . . 

Stark 

Tuscarawas, 
Juniatta,. . . . 
Schuylkill, . . 
Franklin, . . . 



Dark, 

Preble, 

Ross, 

Portage, . . . . 
Cattaraugus,. 



Jefferson, . 
Crawford, . 
Middlesex, 
Seneca, . . . 
Sumner, . . 
Berkshire, 
Steuben, . . 
Adams, . . . 
Fayette, . . 



Ten. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

M.T. 

In. 

In. 

Mo. 

N. Y. 

Ct. 

o. 
o. 

Mas. 

O. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Geo. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

O. 

S. C. 

Pa. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

In. 

Me. 

Ten. 

O. 

O. 

Al. 

Al. 

O. 

O. 

o. 
o. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Al. 

Geo. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 



Kef. 
Letters 



Ej 

Mg 

Kf 

Jf 

Lf 

Kd 

Gf 

Hh 

Ch 

Rd 

Ue 

Ne 

M e 

Xd 

Lgr 

Rd 

Tg 

Tg 

Mo 

W c 

Rd 

Lf 

LI 

Rf 

Vc 

Re 

Qf 

Re 

Sc/ 

Qg 

Ph 

^? 
Xb 

Gj 
Jf 

Jg 
G m 

G m 

Mf 

Mf 

Mf 

Mf 

Qf 

Rf 

Gl 

Kn 

Jff 

Jg 

Kg 

Me 

Pd 

Ng 

Sc 

Kf 

Wd 

Rd 

Hj 

Ud 
Qd 

Qg 
Of 



Popula- 
tion. 



650 
3G8 
504 
987 



505 



1,242 

26,153 

112 

1,547 

688 
3,885 



1,375 

1,640 

281 

2,256 
1,920 
1,039 
1,134 
3,388 
1,561 
1,281 



2,220 



296 
4,943 



13,646 

14,298 

679 

1,524 

61 

827 



8,031 

590 

1,228 

1,893 

396 



4,104 

4,732 

725 

822 

1,482 



1,350 

1,880 

817 

1,139 



D. fr. 
Wash 

863 
327 
419 
474 
380 
562 
654 
673 
913 
301 
290 



341 

507 
388 
324 
192 
189 
711 
520 
325 
409 
532 
145 
498 
250 
146 
176 
425 
185 
130 
679 
586 
737 
488 
468 
858 



U. fr. 

Cap. 



336 
329 
321 
123 
183 
794 



491 
483 
413 
335 
340 



408 
439 
446 
346 
725 
368 
297 
81 
200 



161 

100 
26 
78 
63 
36 
81 

148 
97 

174 
50 



182 

109 

6 

131 

85 

65 

180 

39 

128 

54 

113 

35 

31 

142 

39 

66 

128 

163 

129 

106 

28 

35 

92 

83 



84 

106 

112 

70 

78 

141 



93 

87 

47 

142 

295 



153 
73 
34 
34 
19 

119 

194 
24 

173 



142 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Tyrone, 

Tyrone, 

TYRREL, 

ULSTER, 

Ulster, C. 

Ulysses, A. 

Unadilla, 

Underbill, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

UNION, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, D. 

Union, 

Union, 

UNION, 

UNION, 

UNION, 

UNION, 

UNION, 

Union, 

Union, d. 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, C. 

UNION, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 



Class. 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 
County, . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 



tsh. and t. 
Village,. . 



tsh 

County, . . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t, 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



County. 



Huntingdon, 
Perry, 



Bradford, . . . 
Tompkins, . . 

Otsego, 

Chittenden, . 
Lincoln, .... 
Tolland, .... 
Broome, .... 
Rensselaer, . . 
Washington, 
Essex, 



c. t. 



District, 
County,. 
County, . 
County, . 
County, . 

tsh 

t 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



Berks, 

Erie, 

Fayette, . . . . 
Huntingdon, 
Luzerne, .... 

Mifflin, 

Schuylkill, . . 

Union, 

Loudon, . . . 
Monroe, .... 



Belmont,. . . . 
Belmont, .... 

Brown, 

Butler, 

Champaign, . 
Clermont, . . . 
Clinton, .... 
Fayette, .... 
Harrison, . . . 
Highland, . . . 

Knox, 

Lawrence, . . 
Licking, . . . . 

Logan, 

Madison, . . . 
Mercer, .... 

Miami, 

Monroe, . . . . 
Morgan, . . . . 
Muskingum, 
Muskingum, 

Ross, 

Scioto, .... 

Stark, 

Union, 

Warren, .... 
Washington, 



State. 



Boone, . . . 
Crawford, . 
Dearborn, . 



Pa. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Vt. 

Me. 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 

S. C. 

Geo. 

A. T. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

o. 
o. 
o. 
o. 

In. 
In. 
In. 
In. 



Ref. 
Letters 



f 
e 
f 
f 
f 



Pf 

Qf 
Rk 
Te 
Re 
Rd 
Sd 
Vb 
Yb 
Ve 
Rd 
Ud 
Uc 
Tf 

Qf 

Sf 

e 

Off 

P 

R 

Q 
R 
R 

Qg 

Ni 

Ml 

Jl 

B m 

Gi 

Kf 

Mf 

Mf 

Kh 

Jg 
Kf 

Jg 
Kg 
Kg 
Mf 

Kg 
Lf 
Lh 
Lf 
Kf 

Kg 
Jf 

Jg 
Mg 

Mf 

Lg 
Kg 
Kh 
Mf 
Kf 

Jg 
Mg 

Jg 
Hf 

Hg 
Jh 



Popula- 
tion. 

2,758 

4,732 

36,550 

405 
3,130 
2,313 
1,051 
1,612 

711 
2,121 



1,405 

20,656 

1,046 

238 
2,475 
1,370 
1,075 
1,757 

477 
2,085 



17,906 



640 

4,764 

3,192 

2,151 

139 

2,516 

1,171 

957 

1,382 

2,763 

1,662 

938 

836 

851 

668 

1,439 

982 

1,469 

174 

1,578 

590 

562 

1,337 

73 

2,654 

674 

132 

700 

1,606 

532 

7,944 



D.fr. 
Wash. 



163 
117 



246 
298 
333 
527 
621 
366 
291 
363 
415 
213 



140 
319 
193 
160 

208 
169 
198 
168 
52 
267 



284 
288 
478 
482 
441 
480 
444 
418 
296 
446 
362 
398 
361 
462 
422 
515 
480 
312 
347 
326 
348 
408 
425 
332 
428 
470 
311 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

105 
30 



598 
638 
536 



135 
171 

100 
40 
40 
31 

150 
12 
38 
47 



65 
252 
184 
102 

88 
77 
88 
60 
160 
108 



115 

12C 

111 
91 
44 

113 
67 
41 

125 
74 
59 

135 
26 
65 
26 

118 
84 

122 
65 
71 
52 
35 
86 

129 
32 
85 
99 



25 
113 

104 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



143 



Names of Places. 



Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

Union, 

UNION, 

Union, 

Unioti, 

Union, East, 

Union, West, 

Union Miss. Station, 

Union Springs, 

Union Square, 

Union Town, 

Uniontown, 

Unionville, 

Unionville, 

Unionville, 

Unionville, 

Unionville, 

Unitia, 



Unity, 

Unity, 

Unity, 

Unity, 

Unity, 

Unity Town, 

Upper, 

Upper, 

Upper AUoway's Creek 

Upper Alton, 

Upper Bern, 

Upper Chichester, .P. 
Upper Darby, . . . .R. 
Upper Dublin, . .. .S. 

Upper Elkton, 

Upper Freehold, 

Upper Hanover, 

Upper Maliantango,C . 
Upper Mahanoy, .... 
Upper Makefield,. .L. 
Upper Marlboro', .... 

Upper Mcrion, T. 

Upper Milford, 

Upper Mount Bethel, I 
Upper Nazareth,. .H. 

Upper Oxford, 

Upper Paxton,. . . .E. 
UpperPeachTree,P.O. 
Upper Penn's Neck, D 
Upper Providence, .J. 
Upper Providence, . U . 

Upper Salford, 

Upper Sandusky, .... 

Upper Saucon, 

Upper Smithlield, ... 



Class. 



tsh 

tsh. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

t 

c. t . . . . 

tsh 

t 



tsh. 



t .. 
t .. 
c. t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 



t .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



County. 



Grant, 

Jolinson, 

Madison, . . . . 
Montgomery,. 

Parke, 

Perry, 

Rush, 

Siielby, 

Union, 

Vanderburg, . 



Vermillion, . 
Franklin, . . . 
Wayne, . . . . 
Columbiana,. 



Cayuga, 

Oswego, 

Frederick, . . . . 

Jefferson, 

Dutchess, 

Orange, 

Chester, 

Frederick, . . . . 

Union, 

Blount, 

Waldo 

Sullivan, 

Westmoreland, 
Columbiana,. . . 
Columbiana,. . . 
Montgomery,. . 
Cape May, . . . . 
Lawrence, . . . . 

Salem, 

Madison, 

Berks, 

Delaware, .... 
Delaware, .... 
Montgomery,. . 

Giles, 

Monmouth, . . . 
Montgomery, . . 

Schuylkill, 

Northumberl'nd 

Bucks, 

Prince Georges, 
Montgomery,. . 

Lehigh, 

Northampton, . 
Northampton, . 

Chester, 

Dauphin, 

Wilcox, 

Sdem, 

Delaware, 

Montgomery,. . 
Montgomery,. . 
Crawford,. .... 

Lehigh, 

Pike, 



state. 



In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

II. 

Mo. 

O. 

O. 

Mo. T 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 

Md. 

Mi. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Md. 

S. C. 

Ten. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

Md. 

N.J. 

O. 

N.J. 

II. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Al. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 



Ref. 
Letters 



If 

Hg 

If 

Hf 

Gg 
Hh 

Ig 

Jg 
Gi 

Ei 

Ff 

Ch 

Mg 

Nf 

ZBj 

Rd*^ 

Re 

Qg 
Co 

Ue 

Te 

Sg 

Qg 

Ml 
Jk 

Yb 
Vc 
Of 

Nf 
Nf 

Qg 
Tg 
Lh 

Sg 

Dh 

Rf 

Sg 

Sg 

Sf 

Gk 

Tf 

S f 

Rf 

Rf 

Tf 

Rh 

Sf 

Sf 

Sf 

Sf 

Rg 

Rf 
Gn 

Sg 

Sg; 

Sf 

Sf 

Kf 

Sf 

Te 



I'opula- 
lion. 



517 

399 



3,239 



1,366 
90 



D. tv. 
Wash. 



56!i 
598 
561 
617 
630 
642 
553 
575 
511 
734 



1,833 



1,199 
1,258 
2,990 
1,757 
165 



1,0G7 

589 

2,136 



2,117 

431 

1,325 

1,292 



4,826 
1,300 
1,150 
1,742 
1,517 



1,618 
2,829 
2,241 
942 
900 
1,636 



1,6.38 

748 

1,682 

1,108 



1,905 
1,300 



333 
371 

73 

1,127 

327 

281 

107 

58 
467 
568 
628 
462 
182 
272 
270 

27 
199 
415 
177 
847 
149 
116 
127 
1.53 
749 
17 
173 
157 
147 
171 

18 
139 
180 
208 
194 

99 
137 
943 
178 
122 
149 
163 
430 
187 
249 



D. Ir. 

Cap. 

61 
22 
45 
44 
58 

132 
40 
30 
82 

176 



703 
901 
340 
386 



170 
79 
92 

170 



166 

149 

65 

93 

87 

121 

70 

80 

77 

194 

33 

48 

160 

162 

165 

64 

92 

124 

71 

66 

49 

95 

101 

167 

87 

^M 
84' 

44 
133 
133 

23 

87 

90 
121 
101 

58 

23 
129 

54 

96 

80 

83 

64 

94 
141 



144 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Upper Tulpehocken,M 

Upperville, 

UPSON, 

Upton, 

Urbanna, 

Urbanna, 

Urbanna, 

Urbanna, 

Utica, 

Utica, 

Utica, 

Uwchland, 

Uxbridge, 

Valitje, 

Vallee's Mines, P.O.. 

Valonia, 

Van Buren, 

Van Buren, 

VAN BUREN, 

Van Buren, 

Vanceborough, . . . A . 

Vanceburg, 

Vance's Ferry, P. O. . 
VANDAI.ZA, 
VANDERBURG, .. 

Vannsville, 

VAN WERT, 

Varennes, 

Varick, 

Vassalborough, 

Vaughan, 

Veale, 

Veilleboro', 

Venango, 

Venango, 

Venango, 

VENANGO 

Venice, 

Venice, d 

Venice, 

Venus, 

Verbank, 

Vergennes, 

Vermillion, 

Vermillion, 

Vermillion, 

VERMILLION, . . . 

Vermillion, 

VERMILLION, . . . 

Vermillionville, 

Vernon, 

Vernon, C 

Vernon, 

Vernon, 

Vernon, 

Vernon, 

Vernon, 

Vernon, 

Vernon, 

Vernon, 

Vernon, 



Class. 



tsh. 



County, . 



t. 



tsh. and t. . 

c. t 

tsh 

c. t 

t 

tsh 

tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

t 

t 



t. 



tsh. 



County, . 



Capital, . 
County, . 



County,. 



tsh. 



tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

County,. 

tsh 

County, . 
c. t. . . . . 



tsh. 
tsh. 



County. 



Berks, • . . , 
Fauquier, , 



Worcester, . . . . 

Steuben, 

Middlesex, 

Champaign, . . 
Champaign, . . 

Oneida, 

Licking, 

Clarke, 

Chester, 

Worcester, . . . 
Columbia, .... 
Jefferson, .... 

Jackson, 

Onondaga, . . . 
Crawford, . . . 



State. 



Vermillion,. . 
Washington, 

Lewis, 

Orangeburg, 
Fayette, .... 



Prince George's, 



Anderson, . 
Seneca, .... 
Kennebeck, 
Somerset, . . 
Daviess, . . . 
Caroline,. . . 
Butler, . . . . 
Crawford, . . 
Erie, 



Cayuga, . . 
Butler, . . . 
Seneca, . . . 
Hancock, . 
Dutchess, 
Addison,. 
Huron, . . 
Richland, 
Richland, 



t 

tsh. and t. . 
tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

t 

t 



Vermillion, . 



La Fayette, 
Windham, . 
Tolland, . . . 
Oneida,. . . . 
Sussex, .... 
Crawford, . . 
Troup, . . . . 
Autauga, . . 
Madison, . . 
Hickman, . . 
Clinton,. .. . 
Richland, . . 



Pa. 

Va. 

Geo. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

O. 

O. 

N.Y. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

Mo. 

In. 

N.Y. 

A. T. 

M.T. 

II. 

Me. 

Ken. 

S. C. 

II. 

In. 

Md. 

O. 

S. C. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

Me. 

In. 

Va. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

O. 

O. 

II. 

N.Y. 

Vt. 

O. 

o. 
o. 

In. 
In. 
U. 

La. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

N.Y, 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

O. 

O. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Rf 

Qh 

Jn 

Wd 

Qd 

Ri 

Kf 

Kf 

So 

Lf 

Ih 

Sf 

Wd 

Ud 

Dh 

Hh 

Re 

Z Ak 

Hd 

Ff 

A Za 

Kh 

Nm 

Eh 

Gh 

Rg 

Jf 

LI 

Rd 

Yb 

Ya 

Gh 

Qh 

Oe 

Ne 

Nd 

Oe 

Rd 

Jg 
Le 

Cf 



Gg 

Gg 

Ff 

Bq 

Vd 

Ve 

So 

To 

Ne 

Im 

Hn 

Dn 

Gk 

Kg 
Lf 



Popula- 
tion. 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



1,456 



7,013 
1,167 

1,288 



2,354 

1,102 

8,323 

194 



1,423 

2,086 



2,890 



17 

93 



2,611 
"49 



1,890 

2,761 

30 



494 

886 

684 

9,470 

2,445 



121 



999 
505 

1,451 
94 

5,692 



5,836 



681 
1,164 
3,045 
2,377 

902 



1,043 
234 



153 
54 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



404 
307 
142 
447- 
447 
383 
375 
591 
128 
392 
358 
889 
607 
354 
1,297 



43 
135 



718 
804 
443 
517 

781 



14 



556 
324 
607 
695 
673 
70 
245 
309 
321 



40 

207 

83 

50 

50 

96 

47 

113 

70 

40 

17 

145 

73 

145 

229 



316 
496 
416 
914 
327 
494 
399 
36!) 
385 



658 



1,351 

418 
352 
365 
246 
304 
750 
879 
1,073 
776 
453 
398 



185 

202 

99 

68 



39 



123 

176 

12 

94 

111 

52 

205 

248 

260 



162 

109 

84 

133 

87 

59 

130 

82 
87 



86 



192 

128 

11 

113 

88 

243 

138 

124 

38 

66 

76 

79 



-*• 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



145 



Names of Places. 



Vernon, 

Vernon, 

Vernon, 

Vernon, 

Vernon, 

Vernonburg,. . . 

Verona, 

Verona Centre,. 

Versailles, 

Versailles, 

Versailles, • .. , 
Versailles, . . . . 

Vershire, 

Vestal, 

Veteran, 

Vevaij, 

Vicksburg, . . . . 

Victor, 

Victory, 

V^ictory, 

Vienna, 

Vienna, 

Vienna, 

Vienna, 

Vienna, 



Class. 



Vienna, 

Vienna, 

Vienna, 

Vienna, 

Vienna, 

Vienna, 

VIGO, 

Village Springs,. • . . 

Villanovia, 

Villemont, 

Vinalhaven, 

Vincennes, 

Vincent, 

Vinegar Hill, 

Vineyard, B 

Vineyard, 

Vinton, , 

Violet, , 

Virgil, 

Virginia, 

Visalia, 

Volney, 

Voluntown, 

Voorhesville, 

WABASH, 

Wabash, 

Wabash, 

Wabash, 

WABASH, 

Waddington, 

WadeshoTongh, 

Wadesborough, 

Wading River, 

Wadsworth, 

Waertown, 

Waitsfield, 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. . . 

t 

tsh 

t 

c. t 

tsh. and c. t, 

t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t. 

c. t 

tsh. and t. . . 

t 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. . . 

t 

t 



Cuiaity. 



tsh 

tsh. and t. 
t 

County, . . 



Scioto, 

Trumbull, ... 

Jackson, 

Jennings, .... 
Washington, . 
Chatham, .... 

Oneida, 

Oneida, 

Allegany, .... 
Williamson, . . 
Woodford, . . . 

Ripley, 

Orange, 

Broome, 

Tioga 

Switzerland, . . 

Warren, 

Ontario, 

Essex, 

Cayuga, 

Kennebeck, . . 

Oneida, 

Ontario, 

Dorchester, . . 

Stokes, 

Abbeville, . . . . , 

Pickens, 

Daviess, 

Trumbull, .... 

Scott, , 

Johnson, , 



tsh. 



tsh. and c. t. 

tsh 

t 

t 



t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

t 

tsh. and t. 
t 



County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

t 

c. t 

c. t 



tsh. 



Blount, 

Chautauque,. . . 

Chicot, 

Hancock, 

Knox, 

Chester, 

Jo. Daviess, . . . 
Grand Isle,. . . . 
Washington, . . 

Athens, 

Fairfield, 

Cortland, 

Coshocton, .... 

Campbell 

Oswego, 

Windham, .... 
Montgomery,. . 



Fountain, . . , 

Parke, , 

Tippecanoe, , 



St. Lawience,. . 

Anson, 

Callaway, 

Suffolk, 

Medina, 

Monmouth, . . . 
Washington, . . 

N 



State. 



O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

In. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

In. 

Mi. 

N.Y. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

Me. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Md. 

N. C. 

S. C. 

Al. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

II. 

In. 

Al. 

N.Y. 

A. T. 

Me. 

In. 

Pa. 

II. 

Vt. 

A.T. 

O. 

O. 

N.Y. 

O. 

Ken. 

N.Y. 

Ct 

N.Y. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

N.Y. 

N.C. 

Ken. 

N.Y. 

O. 

N.J. 

Vt. 



Ref. 
LeIterB 



Lh 

Nc 

Ih 

Ih 

Hh 

Mo 

Sc 

Sc 

Of 

Hk 

Jh 

Ih 

Vc 

Rd 

Rd 

Ih 

Cn 

Qd 

W b 

Re 

Xe 

Sc 

Qd 

Sh 

Nj 

L m 

Fm 

Gi 

N e 

Ih 

Fi 

Hm 

Od 

Cm 

Zb 

Gh 

Sf 

Dd 

Ub 

ZAl 

Lg 
Lg 
Rd 

Mf 

Jh 

Re 

We 

Td 

If 

Gf 

Gg 
Hf 

Gh 

Sb 

Nf 

Fj 
Vf 

Me 

Tg 
V b 



I'opula- 
tinii. 



542 
G40 



3,739 

"ni 



901 



1,260 

946 

1,616 



2,270 

53 

1,819 

722 

1,766 



910 



5,766 
1,126 



1,794 



2,147 
459 



108 
1,812 
3,912 

416 



3,618 
1,304 



2,710 



163 

965 

'957 



U. fr. 
VViiMi. 

406 
289 
593 
575 
618 
669 
397 
368 
210 
733 
546 
551 
505 
290 
284 
556 
1,089 
344 
559 
365 
624 
393 
339 
118 
567 
537 
924 
716 
289 
599 
817 



774 
358 

1,134 
646 
693 
142 
995 
561 

1,255 
372 
384 
306 
343 
502 
371 
377 
404 



649 
644 
644 



U. fr. 
Cap. 

"Tio 

180 

74 

64, 

93 

184 

113 

116 

187 

31 

13 

79 

30 

154 

190 

105 

54 

203 

73 

167 

25 

125 

188 

81 

123 

101 

66 

180 

165 

86 

167 



494 
410 
801 
294 
346 
20i 
511 



10 
72 
71 



222 
134 
262 
220 
108 
82 
18 



81 
318 
184 

73 
126 

75 

85 

187 

72 

10 

148 

77 

97 

159 

54 

41 



146 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



..B. 



WAKE, 

Wakefield, 

Wakefield, 

Wake Forest, P. O. . . 

Wakeman, 

Walden, 

Walden, 

WALDO, 

Waldo, 

Waldoboro', 

Wales, E. 

Wales, 

Wales, 

Walker, 

Walker, 

Walker, 

WALKER 

Walker, C. H. 

Walker, 

Walkerton, 

Walkerville, 

Wallace, 

Wallingford, 

Wallingford, 

Wallkill 

Walnut, 

Walnut, 

Walnut, 

Walnut, 

Walnut Creek, 

Walnut Hill, 

Walnut-town, 

Walpack, 

Walpole, 

Walpole, 

Waltham, A. 

Waltham, T. 

Walthourville, 

Walton, 

WALTON, 

WALTON, 

Waltonham, 

Walworth, ......... 

Wanboro', 

Wantage, 

Wanton's, P.O. 

Ward I 

Ward, 

Wardsboro', 

Ware, 

WARE, 

Wareham, 

Wareshorai', 

Warminster, N 

Warminster, 

Warm Springs, .... 

Warner, 

Warnersville, 

Warren, 

Warren, 

Warren, 



Class. 



County, 



tsh. 
t. .. 



County, . 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh , 

County, . . , 

c. t 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh. and t. 
County,. . 
County, . . 
t 



tsh. 



tsh. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



County, . 

t 

c. t 

tsh 

t 

"c. t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

L 



Strafford, . 
Shelby,... 
Wake, . . . 
Huron, . . 
Caledonia, 
Orange, . . 



Waldo, . . . 
Lincoln, . . 
Lincoln, . . 
Hampden, 

Erie, 

Centre, . . . 
Juniatta, . . 
McKean, . 



County. 



Walker, . . . 

Rush, 

King & Queen,' 

Centre, 

Daviess, .... 
New Haven, 
Rutland, . . . . , 
Orange, .... 
Fairfield, . . . 
Gallia, .... 
Pickaway, . . 
Montgomery, 
Holmes, .... 
Marion, .... 

Berks, 

Sussex, 

Cheshire, . . . 
Norfolk, .... 
Addison,. . . . 
Middlesex, . . 
Liberty, .... 
Delaware, . . 



St. Louis, . . . , 

Wayne, 

Edwards, . . . . 

Sussex, 

Alachua,. ... 
Worcester, . . . 
Randolph, . . . 
Windham, . . . 
Hampshire, . . 



State. 



Plymouth, . . , 

Ware, 

Bucks, , 

Nelson, , 

Bath, 

Merrimack, . 
Hardiman, . . , 
Lincoln, . . . . , 
Grafton, .... 
Washington, 



N. C. 
N. H. 
II. 

N. C. 

O. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

Me. 

Me. 

Me. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Al. 

Al. 

In. 

Va. 

Pa. 

In. 

Ct. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 

O. 

O. 

o. 

In. 

O. 

II. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Geo. 

N.Y. 

Geo. 

F.T. 

Mo. 

N.Y. 

II. 

N.J. 

F.T. 

Mas. 

In. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Geo. 

Mas. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 

N.H. 

Ten. 

Me. 

N.H. 

Vt. 



Ref. 

Letters 



Popula- 
tion. 



Pk 
Wc 

Fg 
Pk 
Le 
Vb 
Te 
Yb 
Yb 
Vb 
Xb 
Vd 
Pd 
Qf 
Qf 
Pe 
Fo 
G m 

Ig 

Qi 

Pf 

Gh 

Ve 

Vc 

Te 

Lg 
Lh 

Lg 

Hg 

Mf 

Gh 

Sf 

Te 

Vc 

Wd 

Ub 

Wd 

Mo 

Sd 

K m 

Hp 

Dh 

Qc 

Fh 

Te 

Lp 

Wd 

Jf 

Vc 

Vd 

Lo 

Xe 

Lo 

Sf 

Pi 

Oh 

Wc 

Ek 

Yb 

Wc 

Vb 



20,398 
1,470 



242 

827 



29,788 

534 

3,113 

612 

665 

1,470 

1,076 

1,387 



2,202 



2,418 
1,741 
4,056 
2,200 
427 
1,,592 



601 



660 
1,979 
1,442 

330 
1,857 



1,663 
10,929 



1,753 



4,034 



690 
378 
1,148 
2,045 
1,205 
1,885 



709 



2,222 



2,030 
702 
765 



D. fr. 
Wash, 



521 

749 
292 
404 
548 
281 



645 
610 
574 
369 
377 
200 
142 
273 



834 
561 
123 
172 
663 
313 
456 
272 
372 
373 
386 
609 
331 
811 
154 
240 
435 
418 
490 
431 
698 
329 



865 
361 
735 
241 

876 
394 
528 
441 

382 



441 

776 

156 

160 

212 

473 

837 

61 

515 

504 



D.fr. 
Cap. 



51 
32 
14 
125 
35 
90 



44 
37 
35 

68 

268 

93 

35 

196 



47 
32 
30 

100 
90 
22 
76 

105 
38 
98 
20 
36 
90 
55 
63 
82 
54 
16 
59 
12 

196 
94 



140 
208 

94 

83 
212 

44 
102 
103 

66 



49 

161 

113 

100 

170 

17 

146 

44 

55 

25 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



147 



Names of Places. 



E. 



Warren, . . . 
Warren, . . . 
WARREN, 
Warren, . . . 
Warren, . . . 
Warren, . . . 
WARREN, 
WARREN, 
Warren, . . . 
Warren, . . . 
Warren, . . . 
Warren, . . . 
WARREN, 
WARREN, 
WARREN, 
WARREN, 
WARREN, 
WARREN, 
Warren . . . 
Warren, . . . 
Warren,. . . , 

Warren, 

Warren, 

Warreh, 

WARREN, 

Warren, 

Warren, 

Warren, 

WARREN, 

Wa«renburg, 

Warrensburg, 

Warrenton, 

Warrenton, 

Warrenton, 

Warrenton, 

Warrentown, 

Warrington, O . 

Warrington, M . 

Warrensville, E. 

WARRICK, 

Warrior's Mark, . .A. 

Warsaw, 

Wawarsing, i 

Warwick, 






Warwick, , 

Warwick, 

Warwick, 

Warwick, 

Warwick, 

WARWICK, 

Warwick, C.H. .... 

Warwick, 

WASHINGTON,.. 

Washington, D 

Washington, 

WASHINGTON, . . 

Washington, 

Washington, 

WASHINGTON,.. 
WASHINGTON,.. 
Washington, 



Class. 



County, . 
tsh 



t. 



tsh 

County, . 
County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 



County, . . , 
County, . . . 
County, . . , 
County, . . , 
County,. . , 
County,. . , 

tsh 

tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

t , 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

t 



c. t. 



t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, .. . 

tsh 

tsh. and t 
tsh 



t 

t 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



County, . 

c. t 

tsh. 

County, . 

t 

t 



County, . 

t 

t 



County, . 
County, . 
tsh 



County. 



Bristol, . . . 
Litchfield, 



Herkimer, . . 
Rockland,. . 
Somerset, . . 



Bradford, . 
Franklin, . 
Warren, . . , 
Albemarle, . 



Belmont, . . . 
Jefferson, . . . 
Trumbull, . . 
Trumbull, . . 
Tuscarawas, 
Washington, 



Marion, . 
Putnam, 
Warren, . 



Warren, . . . 
Greene, .... 
Warren, . . . 
Fauquier, . . 
Warren, . . . 
Warren, . . . 
Armstrong, . 
Bucks, . . . . 

York, 

Cuyahoga, . 



Huntingdon, 
Genesee, . . . . 
Ulster, . . . . 
Franklin, . . . 

Kent, 

Orange, . . . . 

Bucks, 

Lancaster, . . 
Cecil, 



Lincoln, . . 
SuUivan, . 



Orange, . . 
Berkshire, 



Dutchess, . 



Statu. 



Warrick, , 

Tuscarawas, . . 



R.L 

Ct. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

N. C. 

Va. 

Geo. 

Mi. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Mas. 

R.I. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Va. 

Va. 

O. 

Me. 



Me. 
N. H. 
Vt. 
Vt. 
Mas. 
R. L 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 



Kef. 
Letters 



Pcpula' 
tion. 



W e 

Ue 

Uc 

Td 

Te 

Tf 

Sf 

Oe 

Re 

Qg 
Oe 
Pi 

Pj 
L m 
Cn 
Hk 
Hi 

Jg 
M f 

Nf 

Ne 

Ne 

Mf 

M? 
Gf 

Ig 

Hg 

Gf 

Of 

Uc 

Kj 

Qh 
L m 

Cn 

Of 

Sf 

Rf 

Me 

Gh 

P f 

Pd 

Te 

Vd 

We 

Te 

Sf 

Rf 

Sg 

Ri 

Ri 

Mf 

AZ A 

Yb 

Vc 

Vb 

Vb 

Ub 

We 

Uc 

Ue 



1,800 

986 

11,796 

2,084 




1,561 
18,627 

4,706 
756 
572 



11,877 

10,946 

7,861 

15,210 

10,949 

21,468 

2,295 

1,516 

1,158 

501 

1,685 

649 

2,861 

617 



384 


62 


257 


IIG 


201 


41 







308 
1,191 



512 
1,230 

449 

2,877 



2,474 

2,738 
1,150 
5,529 
5,009 
1,132 
3,848 



1,570 



21,294 
1,135 
1,135 

21,378 

1,374 

701 

15,411 

42,635 
3,036 



270 

85 

313 

148 



297 
274 
297 
297 
301 
309 



567 
614 
669 



471 
472 
229 
51 
617 
1,098 
215 
157 
100 
348 



168 
365 
295 
411 
406 
265 
158 
120 
102 



184 
323 



615 
457 



515 
384 



159 
75 

240 
89 



128 
142 
157 
157 
120 
101 



4 
42 
96 



94 

256 

57 

107 
49 
63 

187 

118 
17 

147 



110 

248 

81 

74 

12 

116 

115 

37 

65 



81 
106 



35 
32 



14 
119 



317 91 



148 



CONSULTING INDEX 



Names of Places. 



Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

WASHINGTON,... 

Washington, 

Washington, G. 

Wasliington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, E. 

Was/iington, 

Washington, 

Washington, K 

WASHINGTON,.. 

"WTASHINGTON, . 

WASHINGTON, . . 

WASHINGTON, . . 

Washington, 

WASHINGTON,.. 

Washington, 

WASHINGTON,.. 

Washington, , 

WASHINGTON, .. . 

WASHINGTON, .. . 

Washington, 

Washington, C.H. ... 

WASHINGTON,... 
Washington, 

WASHINGTON,... 

WASHINGTON,... 

Washington, 

WASHINGTON,... 

Washington, 

WASHINGTON,... 
Washington, 

WASHINGTON,... 

Wasliington, C. 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, B . 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, or Cen- 

treville, a. 

Washington, B. 

Washington, .... 
Washington, .... 
Washington, .... 
Washington, .... 



Class. 



t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

tsli 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh 

ts]i 

County, . 
City, . . . 
County, . 
County, . 

t 

County, . 

c. t 

County, . 

c. t 

County,. , 
County, . 

c. t 

t 

Count}', . , 
t 



Parish, . 
County,. 

c. t 

County, . 

e. t 

County, . 
c. t. ... . 
County, . 

tsh 

tsli 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

tsh. . . . 

tsh 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 



County. 



Orange, 
Burlington, 
Morris,. . . . 



Columbia, 
Fayette, 
Franklin, 
Indiana, 
Lancaster, . . . 
Lycoming, . . . 

Union, , 

Washington, . 
Westmoreland, 
York, 



Culpeper, 
Beaufort, 



Wilkes, 



Autauga, 
Washington, 



Adams, 



Hempstead, 
Rhea, 

Mason, 



Brown, 
Clermont, 
Columbiana, 
Coshocton, . 

Dark, 

Fayette, 

Franklin, 

Guernsey, 

Guernsey, 

Harrison, 

Hocking, 

Holmes, 

Jackson, 

Licking, 

Marion, 

Miami, 

Montgomery,. . 

Montgomery,. . 
Pickaway, . . . . 

Preble, 

Richland, 

Scioto, 

Stark, 




CONSULTING INDEX. 



149 



Names of Places. 



Class. 



Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

WASHINGTON,.. 

Wasliington, 

Washington, ■ 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, A. 

Washington, 

Washington, A. 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, . . . ^ • . . 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, 

Washington, B. 

Washington, 

Washington, A. 

Washington, 

WASHINGTON,... 
Washington, 

WASHINGTON,... 
Washingtonville, . . • . 

WASHITA 

WASHTENAW, . . . 

Waterboro', 

Waterboro', 

Waterboro\ 

Waterbury, 

Waterbury, 

Waterford, 

Waterford, 

Waterford, 

Waterford, C. 

Waterford, 

Waterford, 

Waterford, 

Waterford, 

Waterford, 

Waterloo, 

Waterloo, 

Waterloo, 

Waterloo, 

Waterloo, 

Waterloo, A 

Waterloo, 

Water Town, 

Water Town, 

Wilder Town, 

Water Town, 

Waterville, 

Waterville, A 

Waterville, 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . 

t 

County, . . 

t 

Parish, . . 
Coimty, . . 

t 

t 

c. t 

t 



County. 



Tuscarawas, 
Warren, . . . . 
Macomb, . . . 



Boone, 

Clark, 

Clinton, .... 

Daviess, 

Decatur, 

Delaware, 

Greene, 

Hendricks, . . . . 

Knox, 

Marion, 

Monroe, 

Morgan, 

Owen, 

Parke, 

Pike, 

Putnam, 

Randolph, . . . . 

Ripley, 

Rush, 

Tippecanoe, . . . 

Warren, 

Washington, . . 
Wayne, 



State. 



Clinton, 



Oswego, 



tsh. and t . . 

tsh 

tsh. and t. ■ . 

t 

t 

tsh. and t. . . 
tsh. and c. t. 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 

L 

t 

tsh. and c. t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 



York 

Chautauque, . . . 

Colleton, 

Washington, . . 
New Haven, . . 

O-xford 

Caledonia, . . . . 
New London, . . 

Saratoga, 

Gloucester, . . . . 

Erie, 

Juniatta, 

Loudon, 

Washington, . . 

Seneca, 

Juniatta, 

Laurens, 

Laudervale, . . . 

Athens, 

Fayette, 

Monroe, 

Middlesex, 

Litchfield, . . . . 

Jefferson, 

Washington, . . 
Kennebeck, . . . 

Franklin, 

Oneida, 



Ref. 
Letters 



O. 

o. 

M. T. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

II. 

Mo. 

N. Y. 

La. 

M. T. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

S.C. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

Me. 

Vt. 

Ct 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

0. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

S. C. 

Al. 

O. 

In. 

II. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

O. 

Me. 

Vt. 

N.Y. 



Mf 

Jg 
Ld 

Hk 

Hf 

Ih 

Hf 

Gh 

Ig 

I f 

Gk 

Hg 

Gh 

Hg 

Hg 

Hg 

Hg 

Gg 
Gh 

Gg 
Jf 

Ig 

Ig 
Hf 

Gf 

Hh 

Ig 
Eh 

Eh 

Oi 

Re 

Bn 

L'd 

X 

o 

N 
V 

u 

X 



Popula- 
tion. 



c 

d 
n 
b 
e 
b 

Wb 

Ve 

Ud 

Tg 

Ne 

Qf 

Qg 
Mg 

Rd 

Qf 
LI 
Fl 
Lg 

Ig 
Dh 
Wd 

Ue 

So 

Mg 

Y b 

Vb 

Sd 



433 

1,190 

899 

13,064 



. fr. I D. fr. 
ash Cap. 

3l!) "105 



984 



2,404 
1,675 



6,784 



5,140 
4,042 
1,814 



1,650 
3,071 
1,123 
1,358 
2,463 
1,473 
3,088 
1,006 



906 
1,847 



216 



1,641 
1,500 
4,768 

878 
2,216 

488 



458 
562 

615 
594 
628 
673 
559 
556 
653 
583 
683 
578 
627 
603 
622 
640 
681 
619 
515 
545 
525 
643 
673 
613 
523 

"sis 

383 



518 
330 
588 
529 
323 
56' 
536 
351 
387 
145 
319 
123 
37 
324 
336 
123 
509 
826 
352 
527 
880 
429 
318 
412 
341 
617 
555 
364 



73 
36 

57 
94 
70 

106 
55 
69 
81 
10 
16 
5 
41 
30 
50 
68 

119 
47 

105 
85 
40 
70 

100 
91 
75 

"46 

161 



81 

301 
93 
12 
29 
57 
50 
44 
10 
35 

252 
70 

159 
88 

173 
70 
75 

176 
65 
73 
99 
7 
30 

160 
59 
18 
44 

113 



N2 



150 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Watervliet, 

WATKINVILLE,. 

Watlsville, 

Watson, 

Watsonburg, 

Watson Town, 

Wattsville, 

WaukeenaJi, 

Wavcrly, 

I Wayne, 

WAYNE, 

Wayne, 

WAYNE, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

WAYNE. 

WA YNE, 

WAYNE, 

WAYNE, 

WAYNE, 

WAYNE, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 



Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

WAYNE, ... 
WAYNE, ... 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

Wayne, 

WAYNE, ... 
WAYNE,.... 
Waynesboro', . 
Waynesboro, . . 
Waynesboro, . 
Waynesboro, . 
Waynesburg, . 
Waynesburg, 



County, . 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
County, . 
tsh 



Class. 



tsh. . . 
c. t. • , 



tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. . . .'. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsli 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 
tsh 



tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 
t 



c.t. 



c.t. 
c.t. 



County. 



Albany, 

Clark, 

Erie, 

Lewis, 

Northumberl'nd 
Hampshire, • . 

Erie, 

Jefferson, 

Pike, 

Kennebeck, . . . 



Steuben, 



Armstronw, 
Crawford, . . 

Erie, 

Greene,. . . . 
Mifflin, . . . . 



Adams, 

Ashtabula, . . . 

Belmont, 

Butler, 

Champaign, . . 
Clermont, . . . . 
Columbiana,. . 

Dark, 

Fayette, 

Jefferson, . . . . 

Knox, 

Monroe, 

Montgomery, . 
Muskingum, . 
Pickaway, . . . 

Scioto, 

Tuscarawas, . 

Warren, 

Wayne, 

Pickaway, . . . 



Bartholomew,. 

Henry, 

Montgomery, . 

Marion, 

Owen, 

Tippecanoe, . . 
Wayne, 



Augusta, 
Wayne,. . 
Burke, . . . 
Wayne, . . 
Chester, . 
Franklin, 



State. 



N. Y. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Pa. 

F. T. 

O. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

0. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

M.T. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

II. 

Mo. 

Va. 

N.C. 

Geo. 

Ten. 

Pa. 

Pa. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Ud 
Km 

Nd 
So 
Re 

Nd 
Jp 

Kg 
Xb 

Qc 

Qd 

Se 
Of 
Ne 
Oe 

Ng 

Qf 

Pk 

Mo 

Fo 

Gk 

Jj 
Lf 

Kh 

Ne 
Mf 

Jg 
Kf 

Kg 
Nf 
Jf 

Kg 

Nf 
Lf 
Mg 

Jg 
Lf 

Rg 
Lh 
Mf 

Jg 
Lf 

Kg 
Kd 

Ig 
Hg 

^l 
Gf 

Hg 
Hg 
Gf 

Jg 
Fh 

Dj 

Ph 

Pk 

L m 

Gk 

Sf 

Qg 



Popula- 
tion. 



4,962 



909 



66 

1,153 

3.3,643 

1,172 

7,663 

878 

250 

197 

1,130 

3,691 

10,331 

963 

2,781 

6,013 

8,685 

23,333 

1,063 

661 

1,337 

1,514 

910 

757 

1,061 

408 

1,203 

1,773 

1,047 

273 

911 

1,284 

959 

1,151 

1,072 

2,873 

1,343 

959 

6,781 

18,571 



986 



4,395 
2,553 
3,264 



200 
850 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



383 
623 
329 
353 

180 
94 
329 
918 
413 
600 



301 



205 
291 
316 
241 
159 



462 

327 

295 

495 

447 

463 

27 

508 

412 

270 

384 

300 

458 

334 

396 

421 

319 

465 

352 

396 



598 
528 
622 
576 
618 
643 
504 



150 
337 

609 

783 

131 

79 



D. fr. 

Cap. 

6 

29 

268 

242 

71 

162 

268 

22 

61 

16 



198 



173 

230 

240 

239 

67 



95 

187 

124 

98 

50 

86 

147 

111 

45 

139 

54 

134 

62 

62 

31 

91 

106 

69 

91 

31 



46 
54 
49 
3 
45 
70 
69 



109 
51 
87 
92 
56 
56 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



151 



Names of Places. 



Waynesburg, 

Waynesburg, 

Waynesburg, 

Waynesburg, c 

Waynesfield, 

Waynesville, 

Waynesville, 

Waynesville, i. 

WEAKLEY, 

Weare, 

Weathersfield, 

Weathersficid, 

Weathersfield, 

Weathersfield, . . . . D . 

Wheatland, 

Weaverstown, 

Webbville, 

Weckapic, 

Weeds Port, d. 

Weigelstown, 

WeissenTjurg, . . . , E . 

Weisesburg, 

Weld, 

Weldon, 

Welfleet, 

Wells, 

Wells, 

Wells, 

Wells, 

Wells, 

Wellington, 

Wellington, 

Wellington, 

WeUshorough, 

Wellsburg, 

Wellsville, 

Welshfield, 

Wendell, 

Wendell, 

Wenham, 

Wenlock, 

Wentworth, 

Wentworth, 

Wentworth's Lo'n. . A 

Werefordsburg, 

Wesley, 

West, 

West, 

West Alexandria, . . . 
West Alexandria, . . . 
W. BATON ROUGE 
West Bedford, . . . .e. 
West Bethlehem, .G. 
West Bloomfield, .... 
Westborough, . . . . G . 
West Boylston, ...H. 
West Bradford, ...V. 
WestBridgewater, E. 

West Brook, 

West Brunswick,. . . . 
West Cain, 



Class. 



t. 



c. 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

c. t 

c. t 

t 

County, . 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

c. t 

c. t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

c. t 

t 

t 

tsh. . . . . 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 

Parish, . 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 



County. 



Greene,. . . 
Mifflin,... 
Lincoln, . . 
Stark, . . . . 
Wood,.... 
Wayne, . . 
Haywood, . 
Warren, . . 



Hillsborough,. . 

Windsor, 

Hartford, 

Genesee, 

Trumbull, .... 

Monroe, 

Berks, 

Jackson, 

Dutchess, 

Cayuga, 

York, 

iLehigh, 

Baltimore, . . . . 

Oxford, 

Halifax, 

Barnstable,. . . . 

York, 

Rutland, 

Hamilton, 

Bradford, 

Jefferson, 

Somerset, 

Onondaga, . . . . 

Lorain, 

Tioga, 

Brooke, 

Columbiana,. . . 

Geauga, 

Sullivan, 

Franklin, 

Essex, 

Essex, 

Grafton, 

Rockingham, . . 

Coos, 

Bedford, 

VVashington, . 
Huntingdon, . . 
Columbiana,. . . 
Washington, . . 
Preble, 



tsh. 
tsh. 



Coshocton, . . . . 
Washington, . 

Ontario, 

Worcester, ... 
Worcester, ... 

Chester, 

Plymouth, . . . , 
Cumberland, . . 
Herkimer, . . . ■ 
Chester, 



btato. 



Pa. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

Geo. 

N.C. 

O. 

Ten. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

N. Y. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

F. T. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Me. 

N.C. 

Mas. 

Me. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Pa. 

Va. 

O. 

o. 

N. H. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

Vt. 

N. H. 

N.C. 

N. H. 

Pa. 

O. 

Pa. 

O. 

Pa. 

O. 

La. 

O. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 



Rtf. 
liftters 



Ng 

Qf 

Ji 

Mf 

K e 

Mo 

Kk 

Wc 
Vc 

Ve 
Pd 

Ne 
Qd 
Sf 

IP 

Ue 

Re 

Sf 

R? 

Xb 

Qj 

Ye 

Xc 

Uc 

To 

Re 

Nf 

Yd 

Re 

Le 

Qe 

Nf 

Nf 

Me 

Vc 

Vd 

Xd 

Wh 

Wc 

Oj 
Wb 

Mg 

Qf 
Mf 

Nf 

Jg 
Bn 
Lf 

Nf 
Qd 
Wd 
Wd 

Sg 
W d 

Xc 

Tc 

Sf 



Popula- 
tion. 



98 
572 



43!) 
4,797 
2,432 
2,213 
3,853 
1,179 
1,064 
2,239 



1,285 



2,046 
2,978 
880 
340 
752 
1,303 
639 



282 



D fr. 

Wash 



169 
262 
637 
874 
611 
24 
924 



36 



495 
1,650 
1,491 



52 
3,084 

70 
2,048 



1,438 
1,055 
1,550 
1,042 
3,238 
713 
1,490 



22y 
160 
583 
307 
461 
721 
549 
467 



476 
463 
335 
352 
289 
363 
146 
936 
291 
351 

91 
180 

62 
626 
199 
498 
514 
444 
451 
259 
261 
654 
345 
377 
253 
280 
284 
3 

48: 
403 
452 
583 
511 
292 
600 
1.39 
320 
152 
294 
245 
483 



188 



D. fr. 

Cap. 

"222 

68 

67 

125 

136 

190 

295 

71 



349 
217 
344 
403 
401 
117 
429 
540 
417 
134 



17 

63 

5 

259 

157 

234 

62 

86 

91 

153 

20 

72 

54 

53 

65 

100 

85 

88 

72 

148 

142 

55 

144 

111 

147 

373 

166 

154 

37 

82 

20 

97 

55 

108 

133 

88 

90 

88 

140 

228 

87 



71 
210 
208 
30 
39 
74 
24 
53 
8S 
57 



152 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



West Cambridge, .S. 
West Carlisle, . . . .d. 
WESTCHESTER,. 

West Chester, 

West Chester, 

West Chester, 

West Chester, b. 

West Constable, 

Western, 

Western, 

Westerloo, 

Westerly, 

Westerville, 

Western Port, 

West Fairlee, 

West Fallowfield, .X. 
WEST FELICIANA, . 

Westfield, 

Westfield, 

Westfield, D. 

Westfield, 



County, .... 
tsh. and c. t. 
t 



tsh. 
tsh. 



tsh. . . , 
Parish, 
t 



Westfield, 

Westfield, 

Westfield, 

Westfield, 

Westfield, 

Westford, 

Westford, 

Westford, 

Westfindley, ■ 

West Goshen, . . . .U 
West Greenwich, ... 
West Hampton, . .D 
West Hampton, .... 

West Hanover, 

West Hartwick, 

West ^aven, 

West Hempfield, .M 

Westland, 

West Liberty, 

West Liberty, 

West Liberty, e 

West Liberty, 

West Liberty, 

West Liberty, 

West Machias, 

West Man Chester,. L 

West Marlborough, W 

Westmiddleton, 

Westminster, . . 

Westminster, 

Westminster, 

Westmore, 

Westmoreland, 

Westmoreland, . . . B . 

WESTMORELAND 

WESTMORELAND 

Westmoreland, C. H. 

West Nantmeal,. . . . 

West Newbury,. . . .G 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



Class. 



Middlesex, . . 
Coshocton, . , 



and t. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
c. t. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



t 

t 

t 

tsh 

County, . 
County, . 

c. t 

tsh 

t 



West Chester, 
Chester, . . . , . 

Butler, 

Tuscarawas, . 
Franklin, .... 
Worcester, . . . 

Oneida, 

Albany, 

Washington, . 

Nash, 

Alleghany, . . . 

Orange, 

Chester, . . . . 



County. 



Orleans, 

Hampden, . . . 
Chautauque,. . 
Richmond, . . . 

Essex, 

Tioga, 

Lewis, 

Delaware,. . . . 

Medina, 

Chittenden, . . 
Middlesex, . . . 

Otsego, 

Washington, . 

Chester, 

Kent, 

Hampshire, . , 

Suffolk, , 

Dauphin, . . . , 

Otsego, 

Rutland, 

Lancaster, . . . 
Guernsey, . . . , 

Ohio, 

Morgan, 

Butler, 

Highland, 

Logan, 

Henry, 

Washington, . 

York, 

Chester, 

Washington, . 
Windham, . . , 
Worcester, . . , 
Frederick, . . . , 

Orleans, 

Cheshire, . . . , 
Oneida, 



West Nottingham, .Y tsh. 



Westmoreland, 

Chester, 

Essex, 

Chester, , 



Statp. 



Mas. 
O. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Pa. 
n, 

o. 

N.Y. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

R. L 

N.C. 

Md. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

La. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Va. 

O. 

O. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

R. I. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

N.Y. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

O. 

Va. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

Me. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Md. 

Vt. 

N. H. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

Pa. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Wd 
Lf 
Ue 
Uf 

Sg 

Jff 

Mf 

Tb 

Vd 

Sc 

Td 

We 

Qk 

Og 
Uc 

?.^ 
Do 

Vb 

Vd 

Od 

Sd 

Tf 

Qe 

Ng 

Kf 

Le 

Ub 

Wd 

Td 

Nf 

Sg 
We 

Vd 

Vf 

Rf 

Sd 
Uc 
Rf 

Mf 
Nf 
Kh 

Jg 
Kg 
Kf 

Ig 
AZI: 

Kg 

Sg 

Nf 

Vc 

Wd 

Rg 

Vb 
Vd 
Sc 
Of 
Rh 
Rh 
Sf 
Xd 

Rg 



Popula- 
tion. 



1,230 

107 

36,456 

2,362 

1,500 

133 

52 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



1,189 
2,419 
3,321 
1,904 



841 
1,621 
8,629 

353 



2,477 

1,733 

2,492 

494 



471 

577 
1,291 
1,329 
1,645 
1,218 

799 
1,818 

918 



2,543 



722 

3,898 
802 



50 

59 

32 

190 



1,269 
1,101 



1,737 
1,696 



32 

1,647 

3,303 

38,500 

8,396 



1,498 

1,586 

562 



434 
352 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

6 
68 



239 
115 
493 
312 
551 
381 
410 
361 
376 
273 
141 
500 
102 



580 
358 
355 
218 
218 
286 
257 
411 
354 
531 
429 
382 
249 
115 
377 
384 
304 
126 
366 
461 

99 
322 
275 
484 
483 
434 
451 
539 
743 

87 
104 
243 
434 
416 

66 
561 
427 
369 



116 
132 
471 

88 



165 
75 

87 

112 

218 

53 

109 

20 

58 

51 

178 

35 

59 



57 
93 

330 

170 
52 

189 

257 
32 

102 
54 
27 
68 

242 
75 
17 
99 

236 
16 
72 
86 
28 
76 

368 

107 
86 
81 
55 
34 

141 
24 
66 

225 
97 
49 
58 
52 
73 

105 



70 
66 
42 
64 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



153 



Names of Places. 



Weston, 

Weston, 

Weston, , 

Weston, 

AVest Penn, .... 
West Pennsborough,F 
West Point Academy, 

West Point, 

West Point, 

West Port, F. 

West Port, 

West Port, 

Westport, 

West River, 

West River, 

West Rushville, 

West Salem, 

West Springfield, .... 
West Stockbridge, . . . 
West Stockholm, .... 

West Town, 

West Turin, 

West Union, 

West Union, 

West Union, 

Wcstville, 

Westville, 

AVest Whiteland, 

West Windsor, . . . D . 
West Zanesville, . . .f. 

Wetumpkee, 

Wey bridge, B. 

Weymouth, 

Weymouth, 

Weymouth, 

Wharton, 

Whately, 

Wheatfield, 

Wheatfield, 

Wheeler, 

Wheelersburg, ... .a. 

Wheeling, 

Wheeling, 

Wheeling, 

Whcelock, 

Whetstone, 

Whitbv, 

WHITE, 

WHITE, 

White Clay Creek,. C. 

White Creek, 

White Deer, 

White Eyes E. 

Whitcfield, 

Whitefields, 

White Hall, 

White Hall, 

White Hall, 

White Hall 

White Hall, 

White Hall, 



Class. 



t .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
C. t 
tsh. 
tsh. 



tsh. and t . 

c. t 

t 



tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
c. t. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
c. t. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
t .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



c. t. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



County, . . 
County, . . 
Hundred, 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

t 



tsh. and t. 

t 

tsh 



County. 



Windsor, 

Middlesex, . . . . 

Fairfield, 

Lewis, 

SehuylkiU, . . . . 
Cumberland, . . 

Orange, 

Troup, 

Hardin, 

Lincoln, 

Bristol, 

Essex 

Oldham, 

Ann Arundel, . 
Randolph, . . . . 

Fairfield, 

Mercer, 

Hampden, . . . . 

Berkshire 

St. Lawrence, . 

Chester, 

Lewis, 

Ohio, 

Adams, 

Columbiana,. . . 

Franklin, 

Simpson, 

Chester, 

Middlesex, 

Muskingum, . . 

Coosa, 

Addison, 

Norfolk, 

Gloucester, . . . . 
Gloucester,. . . 
Fayette, .... 
Franklin, .... 

Indiana, 

Perry 

Steuben, 

Scioto, 

Ohio, 

Belmont, 

Guernsey, . . . . 

Caledonia, 

Crawford, 

Mecklenburg, . 



New Castle,. . 
Washington, . 

Union, 

Coshocton, . . . , 

Lincoln, 

Coos, 

Washington, . 
Columbia,. . . . , 

Lehigh, 

Bladen, 

Marengo, 

Greene, 



Statu. 



Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

Va. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

Ken. 

Me. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

Md. 

In. 

O. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

O. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Mi. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

O. 

Al. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

O. 

Va. 

O. 

O. 

Vt. 

o. 

Va. 

Ten. 

II. 

Del. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

IWe. 

N. H. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

Al. 

II. 



Kef. 
Lptturs 



V c 
Wd 
U e 
Nh 
Sf 
Qf 
Te 
In 
Ih 
Yc 
We 
Ub 
Ih 
Rh 
If 

N e 
Vd 
Ud 
Tb 

Sg 

Sc 

Nf 

Kh 

Nf 

Td 

Oo 

S f 

Tf 

Lf 

Hn 

Ub 

Xd 

Tg 

Tg 

Og 
Vd 

Of 

Qf 
Qd 
Lh 
Nf 
Mf 
Mf 

V b 
Lf 

Pj 

'k 

Fh 

Sg 

Ud 

Re 

Mf 

Yb 

Wb 

Uc 

Re 

Sf 

PI 

Gh 



Fopula 
tion. 



i>T2 
1,091 
2,997 



1,379 
1,733 



554 
2,779 
1,513 

314 



1,077 
134 

1,850 



1,209 



741 
1,534 



429 

90 

619 



850 
2,129 

284 



850 
2,837 



3,333 
809 
1,111 
2,9G1 
1,485 
1,389 



D. fr. 
Wash. 



1,669 
277 
834 
750 



9,967 
6,091 
1,851 
2,446 
1,295 

445 
2,020 

684 
2,889 



452 
425 
290 
249 
179 
105 
280 
762 
610 
594 
421 
500 
577 
49 
530 
363 
281 
361 
357 
490 
116 
422 
25 
460 
283 
551 
1,090 
127 
179 
336 
859 
484 
441 
180 
186 
182 
386 
175 
117 
307 
412 
264 
279 
223 
548 
407 
219 



98 
419 
177 
336 
599 
551 
449 
201 
176 
394 
927 
877 



U. fr. 
Cap. 

90 

13 

61 

249 

76 

24 

104 

143 

72 

29 

59 

123 

44 

12 

87 

37 

244 

78 

132 

222 

78 

118 

350 

101 

170 

218 

56 

73 

12 

59 

119 

59 

12 

67 

78 

181 

93 

141 

64 

210 

92 

357 

120 

89 

39 

67 

97 



47 
42 
68 
91 
16 

109 
72 
91 
83 

108 
91 

116 



154 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



White Haven, 

Whiteland, East, 

Whiteland, West, . . . 

WHITELY, 

White Marsh, V. 

White Oak, 

White Oak Point, . . . 

White Pigeon, 

White Plain, 

White Plains, I. 

White Plains, 

White R. Crossings, . 

White River, 

White River, 

White River, 

White River, 

Whitesboro\ 

White Sulphur Springs 

White's Town, 

Whitesvillc, 

Whitesville, 

Whitesviile, 

Whitesville, 

Whitewater, ....E. 

White Water, 

Whiting 

Whiting, 

Whitingham, 

Whitley, 

Whitleysburg, 

Whitpaine, W. 

Whiskey Run, 

Wholebert's, 

Widner, 

Wilbraham, B. 

WILCOX, 

WILKES, 

WILKES, 

Wilkesbarre, 

WUkesboro\ 

Wilkesville, 

Wilkins, D. 

WILKINSON, 

WILKINSON, 

Wilmington, 

Wilmington,. ....... 

Wilmington, 

Wilmington, 

Wilmington, 

Wilmington, 

Wilmington, 

Wilmot, A. 

Willance, 

Williams, 

WILLIAMS, 

Williamsburg, 

Williamsburg, 

Williamsburg, 

Williamsburg, 

Williamsburg, 

Williamsburg, 



t. 



tsh 

tsh 

County, . 

tsh 

tsh 



tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. and t 
t 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



Class. 



tsh. 
t. ., 



c. t. 

t. .. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



t. .. 
tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh. 
tsh. 



tsh 

t 

County, . . . . 

County, 

County, . . . , 
tsh. and c.t. 
c. t , 



tsh. and t. 

tsh 

County, . . 
County,. . 
t 



County. 



Somerset, 
Chester, . 
Chester, . 



Montgomery, . 
Highland,. ... 
Jo. Daviess, . . 
St. Joseph, . . . 
Fauquier, .... 
West Chester, 

Greene, 

Monroe, 

Gibson, 

Hamilton, .... 

Johnson, 

Randolph, .... 

Oneida, 

Greenbrier, . . . 

Oneida, 

Jefferson, .... 
Columbus, . . . 

Duval, 

Wilkinson, . . . 
Hamilton, .... 
Franklin, .... 
Washington, . 

Addison, 

Windham, . . . 

Greene, 

Kent, 

Montgomery, . 
Crawford, .... 

Berks, 

Knox, 

Hampden, .... 



State. 



Luzerne, . , 
Wilkes,.., 
Gallia,..., 
Allegany, , 



t. .. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



tsh. 
t. .. 



tsh 

County,. 



Windham, . . . 
Middlesex, . . . 

Essex, 

New Castle, . . 
New Hanover, 
McCracken, . . 

Clinton, 

Merrimack, . . 
Jefferson, . . . . 
Northampton, . 



Penobscot, . . . 
Hampshire, . . 
Huntingdon, . 
Northampton, 
Washington, . 
Talbot 



Ref. 
Letters 



Md. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ken. 

Pa. 

O. 

II. 

M. T. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

A. T. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

In. 

N.Y. 

Va. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

N. C. 

F. T. 

Mi. 

O. 

In. 

Me. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

Del. 

Pa. 

In. 

Pa. 

In. 

Mas. 

Al. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

O. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

Mis.T. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N.Y. 

Del. 

N.C. 

Ken. 

O. 

N. H. 

F. T. 

Pa. 

O. 

Me. 

Mas. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 



Sh 
Sf 
Sf 

Jj 

Sf 

Kg 

Dd 
le 

Qh 

Ue 

Kn 

CI 

Gh 

Hf 

Hg 

Jf 

Sc 

Qh 

Sc 

Sc 

Pi 

Lp 

Co 

Jg 

AZl 

Uc 
Vd 

Ng 

Sg 

Sf 

Hh 

Rf 

Gh 

Vd 

Go 

Mj 

L in 

Se 

Mj 

Lg 

Of 

Kn 

Co 

Vd 

Wd 

Ub 

Sg 
PI 
Fi 

Kg 
W c 

Kp 

Sf 

Je 

Ya 

Vd 

Pf 

Sf 

Nf 



Popula- 
tion. 



994 

850 

3,806 

1,924 

1,054 



607 
'759 



684 
1,176 



D. fr. |D. fr. 
Wash. Cap. 



4,410 



1,734 



309 

653 

1,477 

1,875 



1,137 



2,034 

9,548 

11,968 

14,237 

2,233 



476 

1,917 

6,513 

11,686 

1,367 

731 

695 



12 

616 
835 



2,707 
387 
227 

1,236 



80 



143 
131 
127 



148 
454 
990 
625 
59 
252 
616 

1,009 
697 
585 
583 
523 
387 
254 
387 
408 
462 
826 

1,174 
515 
514 
764 
472 
425 
225 
94 
142 
62!) 
143 
673 
367 



222 
403 
374 
217 



419 
446 
525 
108 
416 
827 
444 
503 
918 
184 



693 
384 
155 

207 
214 

88 



106 
77 
73 



110 

87 

326 

151 

117 

131 

48 

57 

136 

27 

10 

97 

100 

212 

100 

152 

138 

262 

140 

130 

81 

162 

67 

144 

207 

28 

93 

111 

33 

106 

67 



114 
175 

87 
94 



138 
14 

148 
47 
149 
289 
67 
28 
30 
95 



94 

99 

102 

120 

192 

47 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



155 



Names of Places. 



Williamsburg, 

WILLIAMSBURG, 

Williamsburg, 

Williamsburg, 

Williamsport, 

Williamsburg, 

Williamsburg, 

Williamsburg, 

Williamsburg, 

Williamsburg, 

Williamsboro', 

Williamsfield, 

Williamsport, 

Williamsport, 

Williamsport, 

W'illiamsport, 

Williamsport, 

Williamsport, 

Williamson, 

WILLIAMSON,.... 

Williamston, 

Williamstown, 

Williamstown, 

Williamstown, 

Williamstown, 

Williamstown, 

Williamsville, 

Williamsville, 

Willingboro', D. 

Willington, 

Willington, 

WiUisboro', 

Williston, C. 

Willistown, 

Willet, 

Willow Grove, 

Willow Grove, 

Willow Grove, P.O... 
Willow Springs, .... 

Willow Street, 

Wills 

Willshire, 

Willtown, 

Wilna, 

Wilson, 

WILSON, 

Wilsonville, 

Wilton, 

Wilton, 

Wilton, 

Wilton, 

Winchendon, 

Winchester, 

Winchester, 

Winchester, 

Winchester, 

Winchester, 

Winchester, 

Winchester, 

Winchester, 

Winchester, c. 



Class. 



c. t 

District, . 

t. 

c. t 

t 

t. 

t 

c. t 

tsh. and t. 
t 



tsh. 
c. t. 

t ., 
t. ., 
t .. 



County. 



James City, 



L 

c. t 

tsh. and t. . . 
County, . . . . 

c. t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

c. t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh. and t . 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

t 

t 



Baldwin, . . . . 
Covington, . . . 

Maury, 

Jackson, 

Mason, 

Whitely, 

Clermont, . . . , 

Clay 

Granville,. . . , 
Ashtabula, . . . 
Lycoming, . . . 
Washington, 
Washington, 
Pickaway, . . 

Stark, 

Warren, .... 
Wayne, . . . . , 



t 

t 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t, 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . , 

t 

t 

t 

L 

tsh 

t 

L , 

c. t 

c. t 

t 

t 

t 



Martin, 

Orange, 

Berkshire, . . . 

Oswego, 

Barbour, 

Grant, 

Erie, 

Person, 

Burlington, . . 

Tolland, 

Abbeville, . . . . 

Essex, 

Chittenden, . . 

Chester, 

Cortland, . . . . 
Montgomery,. 

Kent, 

Sumter, 

Iowa, 

Lancaster, . . . 
Guernsey, . . . 
Van Wert, . . . 

Colleton, 

Jefferson, . . . . 
Niagara, 



Pike, 

Kennebeck, . . 
Hillsborough,. 
Fairfield, . . . . 
Saratoga, . . . 
Worcester, . . . 
Cheshire, . . . . 
Litchfield, . . . 
Frederick, . . . 

Wayne, 

Franklin, . . . , 

Clark, 

Adams, 

Greene, 

Guernsey, . . , 



State. 



I Kef. 
Letters 



Va. 

S. C. 

AI. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

O. 

In. 

N. C. 

O. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Md. 

O. 

O. 

In. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

N. C. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Al. 

Ken. 

N. Y. 

N. C. 

N.J. 

O 

s. c. 

N. Y. 

Vt. 

Pa. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Del. 

S. C. 

M.T. 

Pa. 

O. 

O. 

S.C. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Ten. 

Pa. 

Me. 

N. H. 

CL 

N.Y. 

Mas. 

N.H. 

Ct. 

Va. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

O. 



Rf 
O m 
Fp 
Eo 
Gh 

Ij 
Kh 

Jj 
Jg 
Gg 

Pj 
Ne 
Qe 
Of 

Qg 

Kg 

Mf 

Gf 

Qc 

Hk 

Ok 

Vb 

Ud 

Sc 

Lo 

Jh 

Pd 

Oj 

Tf 

Ve 

L m 

Ub 

Ub 

Sf 

Sd 

Sf 

Sg 
Nl 
Ed 

Rg 

Mf 

J f 

Nn 

Sb 

Oc 

Hj 

Sf 

Xb 

Wd 

Ve 

Uc 

Vd 

Vd 

Ue 

l^ 
Fo 

Hk 

Jh 

Kg 

Kg 

Mf 



Populu- 
tion. 



9,01« 



50 

l,6oy 



528 
624 



71 
4 



1,801 
26,638 



1,487 

2,134 

606 



19' 



782 
1,305 



1,316 
1,606 
1,411 

840 



1,596 
49 



1,602 

913 

25,472 



1,640 
1,039 
2,095 
1,373 
1,463 
2,052 
1,766 



620 



8 
96 



U. fr. 

Wash 



163 



1,038 
1,087 
745 
656 
470 
557 
469 
644 
247 
297 
196 
214 
74 
404 
304 
668 
385 



268 
513 
395 
395 
850 
520 
386 
263 
154 
358 
553 
534 
515 
131 
320 
150 
107 
458 
1,019 
104 
306 
533 
581 
442 
424 



230 
611 
453 
277 
419 
419 
417 
340 
71 
1,008 
684 
516 
464 
463 
308 



D. fr. 

Cap. 



60 



246 
83 
54 
75 
75 

130 

102 
72 
59 

189 
87 

192 

107 
36 

131 
95 

206 



106 

11 

135 

137 

221 

44 

283 

68 

14 

23 

97 

157 

30 

77 

137 

112 

7 

64 

"46 
91 
146 
115 
151 
294 



138 
38 
37 
58 
42 
61 
78 
29 
150 
165 
82 
45 
93 
80 
95 



156 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



Winchester, 

Winchester, 

Windham, 

Windham, 

WINDHAM, 

Windham, 

WINDHAM, 

Windham, 

Windham, 

Windham, 

Windham, 

Windham, 

Windrock, 

Windsor, 

WINDSOR, 

Windsor, 

Windsor, 

Windsor, 

Windsor, 

Windsor, 

Windsor, 

Windsor, 

Windsor, 

Windsor, 

Windsor, ■ ■ . . . 

Windsor, East, . . .A. 

Windsor, West, 

Winfield, 

Winhall 

Winnsboro'', 

Winslow, 

Winthrop, 

Winton, 

Wiscasset, 

Woburn, R. 

Wolcot, ^ 

Wolcot, 

Wolcot, 

Wolf Creek, 

Wolfsboro', 

Wolftown, 

WOOD, 

WOOD, 

Wood, 

Woodberry, 

Woodberry, 

Woodbridg-e, 

Woodbridge, 

Woodbridge, 

Woodbury, 

Woodbury, 

Woodbury, 

Woodcock, 

Woodford, 

WOODFORD 

WoodhuU 

Woodsboro', 

Woodsjield, 

Woodstock, 

Woodstock, 

Woodstock, 



Class. 



t. .. 
c.t 



t 

County, . 



County, . 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh. . . . . 

tsh 

t 



County, , 
t 



tsh. and t. . 

tsh 

tsh 

c. t 



tsh. and t 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 

tsh 



c.t. 



t. 



tsh. and t 

tsh 

t 



County, . . 
County, . . 

tsh 

tsh. and t. 
tsh 



t. 



tsh. and t. 
t 



t. .. 
c. t. 
tsh. 



County, . 
tsh. . . . 

t 

c. t 

t 

t. 

t 



County. 



Preble, 

Randolph, . . . . 
Cumberland, . 
Rockingham, . 



Windham, 



Windham, . 

Greene, . 

Bradford, . . 
Luzerne, . . . 
Portage, . . . 
Venango, . . 
Kennebeck, 



Windsor, . . 
Berkshire, . . 
Hartford, . . . 
Broome, . . . . 

Berks, 

York, 

Bertie, 

Ashtabula, . . 
Morgan, . . . . 
Lawrence, , . 
Middlesex, . . 
Middlesex, . . 
Herkimer, . . 
Bennington, . 
Fairfield, . . . 
Kennebeck, . 
Kennebeck, . 
Hertford, . . . 
Lincoln, . . . . 
Middlesex, . . 
Orleans, . . . . 
New Haven, 
Wayne, . . . . 

Mercer, 

Strafford, . . . 
3Iadison, . . . 



Clark, 

Bedford, 

Huntingdon, . . 
New Haven,. . 

Fa3'ette, 

Middlesex, . . . 
Caledonia, .... 
Litchfield, . . . 
Gloucester, . . . 
Crawford, .... 
Bennington, . . 



Steuben, . . 
Pendleton, 
Monroe, . . 
Oxford, . . . 
Windsor, . 
Windham, 



State. 



O. 

In. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Vt. 

Vt 

Ct. 

Ct 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

O. 

Pa. 

Me. 

Vt. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

N.J. 

N.J. 

N.Y. 

Vt. 

s. c. 

Me. 

Me. 

N. C. 

Me. 

Mas. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

N.Y. 

Pa. 

N. H. 

Va. 

Va. 

O. 

In. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Ct. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

Vt. 

Ct. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

Vt. 

Ken. 

N.Y. 

Va. 

O. 

Me. 

Vt. 

Ct. 



Ref. 
Letters 



If 

Xc 

Wd 

Vc 

Vc 

Ve 

Ve 

Td 

Re 

Re 

Me 

Oe 

Yb 

Vc 

Vc 

Ud 

Ve 

Sd 

Sf 

S^ 
Qk 

N e 

Mg 

Lh 

Tf 

Tf 

Sd 

Vc 

Ml 

Y b 

Xb 

Rj 
Yd 

Wd 

Vb 

Ve 

Re 

Ne 

W c 

Ph 

Mg 

Ke 

Ih 

Pf 

Pf 

Ue 

Og 
Tf 
Vb 
Ue 

Sg 

Ne 

Ud 

Jh 

Qd 

Oh 

Mg 

Xb 

Vc 

Ve 



Popula- 
tion. 



186 



2,182 

998 
28,748 

847 

27,082 

2,812 

3,471 

655 
1,094 

669 



1,485 
40,625 
3,134 
1,042 
3,220 
2,180 
2,298 
2,760 

'666 

583 

526 

1,903 

2,129 

1,778 

571 



1,263 

1,888 



2,255 

1,977 
492 
844 
1,085 
1,244 
1,928 



6,429 
1,102 



3,375 

1,765 

2,049 



3,969 

824 
2,044 

735 
1,130 

395 
12,273 

501 



157 

573 

3,044 

2,915 



D. fr. 
Wash. 

4«0 
523 
556 
450 



U. fr 
Cap. 

84 
97 
67 
32 



449 



358 
364 

264 
243 

309 
277 
609 



469 
381 
344 
298 
156 
98 
275 
333 
332 
399 
183 
179 
371 
440 
476 
613 
594 
240 
589 
422 
557 
329 
361 
257 
511 
110 



598 
136 
155 
307 
170 
203 
540 
311 
145 
305 
414 



293 
204 

294 
587 
476 
373 



88 



28 

44 

153 

135 

150 

210 

26 



59 

119 

9 

128 

56 

36 

130 

174 

78 

135 

18 

12 

74 

102 

29 

18 

10 

129 

24 

10 

37 

23 

184 

225 

37 

92 



100 

114 

102 

43 

169 

37 

16 

37 

39 

244 

120 



236 

156 

140 

42 

48 
38 



COxNSULTIXG INDEX. 



157 



Names of Places. 






WoodstcMjk, 

Woodstock, 

Woodstock, 

Woodstown, 

Woodville, 

Woodville, 

Woodville, 

Woodville, 

Woodville, 

Woodville, 

Woodville, 

Woodville, c. 

Woodville, 

WoodsonviUe, 

Woolwich, 

Woolwich, 

Wooster, 

Worcester, 

WORCESTER, .... 

Worcester, 

Worcester, 

Worcester, X. 

WORCESTER, .... 

Wormleysburg, 

Worthington, 

Worthington, 

Worthington, 

Worthington, 

Wentham, 

Wrightsboro', 

Wrights Town, . .M. 

Wrights Town, 

Wrightsville, 

Wrightsville, 

Wrightsville, 

Wurtsboro', 

Wyalusing, 

Wyandot Reserve,. . . 

Wye,.. 

Wyoming, 

Wysox, 

WYTHE, 

Wytopidlock, 

Xenia, 

Xenia, 

Yancey, 

Fanceyville, 

Yankee Town, . . . .f. 

Yarmouth, 

YATES, 

Yates, 

Yatesville, 

YAZOO, 

Yellow Creek, 

Yonkers, 

YORK, 

York, 

York 

YORK, 

York, 

York, 



('lass. 



tsh. and t. . 

c. t 

t 

t 

L 

t 

t. 

t 

c. t 

c. t 

t 

t, 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

tsh. and c. t. 

t , 

County, . . . , 

t 

tsh 

tsh 

County, . . . . 

L 

t 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

tsh 

t 

t 

t 

t 

t 

tsh. ... 



t 

t 

tsh 

County, . . 

t 

tsh. ..... 

c. t 

c. t. 

t 

t 

t 

County, . . 

tsh 

t 

County, . . . 

tsh 

tsh , 

County, . . , 

c. t 

tsh. and t . 
County, . . , 

tsh 

t 



Comity. 



Ulster, 

Shenandoah, . 
Beaufort, .... 

Salem, 

Jetfcrson, .... 

Butler, 

Culpepcr, .... 

Henry, 

Jackson, 

Wilkinson, . . 
Plaquemines, . 
Clermont, . . . . . 
Hamilton, . . . . 

Hart, 

Lincoln, 

Gloucester, ... 

Wayne, 

Washington, . 



Worcester, . . . . 

Otsego, 

Montgomery,. 



Cumberland, 
Hampshire, . . 
Muhlenburg, . 
Franklin, .... 
Richland, .... 

Norfolk, 

Columbia, .... 

Bucks, 

Burlington, . . 

York, 

Duplin, 

New Hanover, 

Sullivan, , 

Bradford, 

Crawford, 

Queen Ann, . . 

Luzerne, , 

Bradford, 



btate. 



Penobscot, . . . 

Greene, 

Greene, 

Caswell, 

Louisa, 

Butler, 

Barnstable, . . . 



Orleans, 
Yates, . 



Columbiana,. . 
West Chester, 



York 

Livingston, 



York, . 
York, , 



N. Y. 

Va. 

N. C. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Al. 

Al. 

Mi. 

La. 

O. 

In. 

Ken. 

Me. 

N.J. 

O. 

Vt. 

Mas. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Md. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

Ken. 

O. 

O. 

Mas. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

N.J. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

N. C. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

Md. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Me. 

O. 

O. 

N. C. 

Va. 

O. 

Mas. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Mi. 

O. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

Pa. 



IU(. 



Td 
Ph 
R k 



S 



g 



R c 

Of 

Ph 

lo 

HI 

Co 

Dp 

J? 
Hf 
I i 
Ye 

L f 

V b 

Wd 

W d 

Td 

Sf 

Sh 

Rf 

Vd 



I 
f 
f 
d 
m 



G 
K 

L 
X 
L 

Sf 
Tf 

P k 

Ql 

Te 

Re 

Kf 

Rh 

Se 

Re 

Nj 

Z d 

Kg 

Oj 

Ql 

J& 

Xe 
Qd 
Pc 
Qd 
Dn 
Nf 
Uf 
Xc 
Xc 
Pd 

R? 
R& 
Rg 



I'upuU 
tioii. 



1,376 



17 



48 

1,495 

3,033 

1,953 

432 

84,355 
4,173 
2,093 
1,185 

18,273 

1,179 



314 
934 

2,698 



659 



753 
56 



1,351 

12,163 

11 

4,021 

917 



100 

2,251 

19,009 

1,375 



6,550 
1,149 
1,761 

51,722 
3,485 
2,636 

42,859 
5,397 
4,216 



U. Ir. 
Wash. 



323 

100 
322 
161 
395 
240 
97 
888 
708 
1,182 
1,233 
468 
586 
656 
581 
155 
347 
533 



394 
373 
157 



109 
380 
715 
406 
384 
411 
592 
162 
167 

99 
370 
416 
277 
254 
430 

6,7 
224 
241 



751 
449 
453 
264 
106 
496 
469 



343 

407 



242 



500 
358 



81 

87 



D. fr. 
Cap. 

~57 

156 

148 

55 

169 

212 

115 

276 

185 

148 

30 

93 

28 

105 

32 

49 

86 

9 



39 

59 

102 



1 

111 

177 

10 

64 

25 

78 

119 

18 

29 

113 

157 

99 

243 

64 

30 

116 

130 



156 
53 
57 
93 
60 

105 
71 



262 
267 



135 



99 
237 



30 
24 



O 



158 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Names of Places. 



YORK, 

YORK, 

York, 

York, 

York, 

York, 

York, 

York, 

York, 

York, 

Yorkshire, 

Yorktown, 

Yorktown, 

Yorkville, 

Yough Glades, 

Young, 

Young's, P. O 

Young's Town, 

Youngstown, 

Youngstown, F. 

Youngsville, 

Ypsilanti, 

Ypsilanti, 

Zane, 

: Zanesfield, 

' Zanesville, 

Zebulon, 

Zelienople, 

Zoar, I 

Zoar, 

Zoar, 



County, . 
District, 

tsh 

tsh 



Class. 



tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
tsh. 
t. . . 



tsh. 
tsh. 
c. t. 



c. t. 
t. .. 
tsh. 



t. .. 
t. . . 
tsli. 



tsh. 
t, .. 
tsh. 



c. t. 
c. t. 



County. 



Athens, 

Belmont, 

Montgomery, . . 

Morgan, 

Sandusky, . . . . 
Tuscarawas, . . 
Switzerland, . . . 

Crawford, 

Cattaraugus,. . . 
West Chester, . 

York, 

York, 

Alleghany, . . . . 

Jefferson, 

Laurens, 

Niagara, 

Westmoreland, 

Trumbull, 

Warren, 

Washtenaw,. . 
Washtenaw,. . 

Logan, 

Logan, 

Muskingum, . 

Pike, 

Butler, 

Berkshire, . . . 
Delaware, .... 
Tuscarawas, . 



Stale. 



Va. 

s. c. 

o. 

o. 

o. 

o. 

o. 

o. 

In. 

II. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

S. C. 

Md. 

Pa. 

S. C. 

N. Y. 

Pa. 

O. 

Pa. 

M.T. 

M.T. 

O. 

O. 

O. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

Mas. 

O. 

O. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Rl 
Ml 

Lg 
Mg 

Jg 

Lg 
Le 

Mf 

Jh 

Gg 
Pd 
Ue 
Ri 
Ml 

Og 
Pf 

L m 

O 

O 

N 

O 

K 

K 

K 

K 

Lg 
J ra 

Nf 

Vd 

Lf 

Mf 



c 
f 
e 
e 
d 
d 
f 
f 



Popula- 
tion. 



D. fr. 

Wash. 



5,354 
17,790 

871 
1,429 



751 

442 
369 



823 
2,141 



1,384 



608 

34 

3,216 



129 



D. fr. 
Cap. 



358 

281 

470 

348 

449 

113 

551 

710 

336 

277 

175 

432 

165 

209 

504 

412 

182 

279 

330 

534 

534 

447 

453 

336 

725 

250 

390 

391 

317 



59 

134 

74 

62 

114 

100 

105 

133 

274 

113 

72 

78 

202 

153 

88 

304 

160 

168 

257 

32 

32 

51 

57 

59 

86 

219 

119 

19 

114 



CONSULTING INDEX TO THE RIVERS. 



To ascertain the location on the Map of any river mentioned in the Index, observe 
the letters opposite to it in the column of reference letters, then find the corresponding 
letters on the top and sides of the Map ; from these pass the eye along the columns 
due north or south, or east or west, until they intersect : in the square of their intersec- 
tion, the river sought for will be found. 

The first column contains the names of tJie rivers, the second the ocean, gulf, bay, 
(or, if a tributary) the river into which they respectively empty. The third column 
contains the state in which they are situated ; in tlie fourth will be found the reference 
letters ; and the fifth shows the respective lengths, in miles, measured from tlieir moutlis, 
to their remotest sources. 

The articles which have the letter M attached to them, will be found on the Supple- 
mentary Map of Maine; and tliose to which the letter F is attached, are on the Supple- 
mentary Map of Florida. 



Rivers. 



Abagusquash, M . 

Acadiens, 

Aestham, 

Alabama, 

A la Loutre, 

Alapahaw, 

Alaqua, 

Alatamaha, 

Allegheny, 

Alligator, 

Amaxura, or Withlocoochy, . .F. 

Amite, 

Amoee, 

Anclote, F. 

Anderson, 

Androscoggin, 

Apalachie, 

Appalaehicola, 

Appomattox, 

Aquokee, 

Ararat, 

Arkansas, 

Ashberrish, M . 

Ashepoo, 

Ashley, 

Ashtabula, 

Asternal, F. 

Atchafalaya, 

Au BoEuff, 

Au Buger, 

Au Canoe, 

Au Carf>e, 

Au Sable, 

Au Sable, 

Au Sable, 

Au Vases, 

Aux Betsies, 

Aux Canards, 



Recipient. 



Toladi River, 

Lake Maurepas, 

Rappahannock, 

Mobile River, 

Missouri River, 

Suwanee River, 

Choctawhatchie Bay, . 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Ohio River, 

Albemarle Sound, . . . . 

Gulf of Mexico, 

Lake Maurepas, 

Hiwassee River, 

Gulf of Mexico, 

Ohio, 

Kennebeck, 

Oconee, 

Appalachicola Bay, . . . 

James River, 

Amoee River, 

Yadkin River, 

Mississippi River, . . . . 
Temiscouata Lake, . . . 
St. Helena Sound, . . . . 
Charleston Harbor, . . . 

Lake Erie, 

Roman's Creek, 

Atchafulaya Bay, 

Missouri River, 

Missouri River, 

Mississippi River, . . . . 

Lake Huron, 

Lake Champlain, 

Saginaw Bay, 

Illinois River, 

Missouri River, 

Lake Michigan, 

Ouisconsin River, .... 



State. 



Me. 

La. 

Va. 

Al. 

Mo. 

F. T. 

F. T. 

Geo. 

Pa. 

N.C. 

F. T. 

La. 

Ten. 

F. T. 

In. 

Me. 

Geo. 

F. T. 

Va. 

Ten. 

N.C. 

A. T. 

.Me. 

S.C. 

S. C. 

O. 

F. T. 

La. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

Mo. T. 

M.T. 

N. Y. 

M.T. 

II. 

Mo. 

M. T. 

M. T. 



Ref. 
Letters, 



Dp 
Qh 
Fp 
Ch 
Kp 
Hp 
Mo 
Nf 
Rk 



Dp 
Jk 



Hh 

Ye 
K m 

iq 
Qi 

Jk 

Nj 
C m 



Length. 



Xn 
Nn 
Ne 



Cq 

Ch 

Ch 

Bb 

J a 

Ub 

Kb 

Fe 

Ch 

lb 

Fc 



16 

14 

28 

500 

41 

150 

20 

300 

300 

45 

130 

118 

54 

22 

31 

215 

56 

425 

132 

34 

18 

2,500 

13 

40 

43 

31 

35 

140 

25 

15 

100 

70 

55 

37 

26 

40 

57 

20 



160 



CONSULTING INDEX 



Rivers. 



Aux Hebert, 

Aux Miners, 

Aux Trains, 

Awhyataak, 

Bachelor's, 

Back, 

Bad, 

Badaxe, 

Bad Fish, 

Banister, 

Barrets, 

Baskahegan, 

Batsto, 

Batten, 

Bay, 

Bayou Bartholomew,. 
Bayou D'Arbane, . . . . 

Bayou Dupont, 

Bayou La Fourche, . , 
Bayou Rocheblave, . . 

Bayou Saline, 

Bayou Saluter, 

Bayou Teche, 

Beach, 

Bean Creek, , 

Bear, 

Beaver, 

Beaver, 

Bell, 

Belle, 

Bennerts, 

Beouf, 

Big, 

Big Barren, 

Big Black, 

Big Black, 

Big Blue, 

Big Cossitot, 

Big Doe, 

Big Laurel, 

Big Muddy, 

Big Piasau, 

Big Pigeon, 

Big Platte 

Big Sack, 

Big Sandy, 

Big Sandy, 

Big Sycamore, 

Big Femme, 

Big Vermillion, . . . . 

Birch, 

Black, 

Black, 

Black, 

Black, 

Black, 

Black, 

Black, 

Black, 

Black, 

Black, 



Recipient. 



State. 



.M. 



Missouri River, 

Lake Superior, 

Lake Superior, 

Fox River, 

Illinois River, . 

Cooper River, 

Hare River, 

Mississippi River, .... 
River of Four Lakes, . 

Dan River, 

Tellico River, 

Mattawamkeag River, 
Little Egg Harbor, . . . 

Hudson River, 

Pamlico Sound, 

Washita River, 

Washita River, 

Barataria Bay, 

Gulf of Mexico, 

Perdido Bay, 

Red River, 

Washita River, 

Atchafalaya Bay, .... 
Tennessee River, .... 

Maumee River, 

Androscoggin River, . 

Black River, 

James River, 

Cumberland Sound,. . . 

St. Clair River, 

White River, 

Washita River, 

Maramec River, .... 

Green River, 

Mississippi River, . . . 

White River, 

Ohio River, 

North Little River, . . 

Wataga River, 

French Broad River,. 
Mississippi River, . . . 
Mississippi River, . . . 
French Broad River,. 
Mississippi River, . . . 
Mississippi River, . . . 

Ohio River, 

Tennessee River, .... 

Clinch River, 

Missouri River, 

Wabash River, 

Elk River, 

Walloostook River, . . 
Connecticut River, . . 

Lake Ontario, 

South, 

Great Pedee, 

Lake Erie, 

Lake Huron, 

Lake Michigan, 

Mississippi River, . . . 
Missouri River, 



Mo. 
M. T. 
M. T. 
M. T. 
II. 

S.C. 
M. T. 
M. T. 
M. T. 
Va. 
N. C. 
Me. 
N.J. 
N. Y. 
N.C. 

La. 

La. 

La. 

La. 

Al. 

La. 

La. 

La. 

Ten. 

O. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

F. T. 

M. T. 

A.T. 

La. 

Mo. 

Ken. 

Mi. 

A.T. 

In. 

A.T. 

Ten. 

N.C. 

II. 

II. 

Ten. 

M. T. 

Mo.T. 

Va. 

Ten. 

Ten. 

Mo. 

In. 

Va. 

Me. 

Vt. 

N. Y. 

N.C. 

S. C. 

O. 

M.T. 

M. T. 

M.T. 

Mo. 



Ref. 

Letters. 



ZAg 

Ha 

Ha 

Fc 

Ef 

Nn 

Jc 

Cc 

Fd 

Pj 
Jk 
AZa 

Tg 

Uc 

Rk 

Bn 

Bn 

Dq 

Dq 

Gp 

Bo 

Bn 

Cq 

Fk 

Je 

Xb 

Sc 

Oi 

Mp 

Ld 

Bj 

Co 

Dh 

Hi 

Cn 

Ck 

Hh 

Z A 

Lj 

Lk 

Ei 

Dh 

Kk 

Dd 

Z A 

Lh 

Fj 
Kj 
Bh 
Gg 

Nh 



m 



Vc 

Re 

Pk 

Om 

Le 

Lc 

Hd 

Cb 

Bh 



Length. 

26~ 

49 

28 

40 

14 

11 

11 

54 

46 

56 

14 

28 

14 

48 

21 

190 

87 

36 

90 

44 

130 

82 

206 

28 

83 

18 

66 

11 

10 

59 

21 

200 

100 

70 

185 

229 

50 

56 

22 

23 

96 

18 

68 

32 

75 

160 

63 

24 

32 

90 

24 

12 

32 

116 

22 

115 

44 

33 

26 

83 

95 



TO THE RIVERS. 



161 



Rivers. 



Black Bass, 

Black Creek, 

Black Fish, 

Black Mingo, 

Black Warrior, .... 

Blackwater, 

Blackwater, 

Black Water, 

Blood, 

Blue, 

Blue Water, 

Bluff Island, 

Bodeau, 

Bogue Chito, 

Bon Homme, 

Bon Pas, 

Bonsecours, 

Boquet, 

Boreas, 

Boughomo, 

Brandy wine Creek, . . 

Briar Creek, 

Briery, 

Broad, 

Broad, 

Broad, 

Broad Creek, 

Broad River, First, . . 
Broad River, Second,. 

Brochias, 

Brush, 

Buchanan, 

Buffalo, 



Buffalo, 

Buffalo, 

Buffalo 

Buffalo 

Buffalo, 

Bull, 

Bush, 

Buttahatchee, 
Cacapon, . . . . . 

Cache, , 

Cahaba, 

Calcasiu, 

Calf Pasture, , 
Canadian, . . . 

Cane, 

Caney Fork, . . 

Canisteo, 

Cannouchee, . . 
Cape Fear, ■ . . 
Capsucktuk, . , 

Carp, 

Carp, 

Carpe, 

Carter, 

Carver's, . . . , 

Cash, 

Cashic, 

Cass, 



Recipient. 



Green Bay, 

Pascagoula River, ... 

St. Francis' River, . . . 

Black River, 

Tombeckbee River,. . 

Staunton River, 

Nottoway River, . . . 

Yellow Water Bay, . 

Tennessee River, .... 

Ouisconsin River, . . . 

Missouri River, 

Black River, 

Bodeau Lai^e, 

Pearl River, 

Maramec River, .... 

Wabash River, 

Bonsecour's Bay, .... 

Lake Champlain, .... 

Hudson River, 

Leat^ River, 

Delaware River, .... 

Savannah River, 

Dry River, 

Potomac River, , 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Congaree River, 

Savannah River, 

Broad River, 

Broad River, 

Lake Michigan, 

Appomattox River, . . . 
E.Fork MonongahelaR 

Lake Erie, 

James River, 

Duck River, 

Crow River, 

Mississippi River, 

Little Wabash River, . 

Occoquan River, 

Saluda River, 

Tombeckbee River,. . . 
Potomac River, . . 

White River 

Alabama River, 

Gulf of Mexico, 

James River, 

Arkansas River, 

Red River, 

Cumberland River, . . . 

Tioga River, 

Great Ogeechee River, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Oquossak Lake, 

Lake Superior, , 

St. Mary's River, 

Lake Michigan, 

Hedgeman River, .... 

St. Peter's River, 

Ohio River, 

Roanoke River, 

Saginaw River, ..... 



Stiiie. 



M. T. 

Mi. 

A.T. 

S. C. 

Al. 

Va. 

N.C. 

F. T. 

Ken. 

M. T. 

Mo. 

M. T. 

La. 

La. 

Mo. 

II. 

Al. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Mi. 

Del. 

Geo. 

Va. 

Va. 

S.C. 

s.c. 

Geo. 

N.C. 

N.C. 

II. 

Va. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Ten. 

M.T. 

M. T. 

II. 

Va. 

S.C. 

Mi. 

Va. 

A.T. 

Al. 

La. 

Va. 

Mo. T. 

La. 

Ten. 

N. Y. 

Geo. 

N.C. 

Me. 

M.T. 

M. T. 

M.T. 

Va. 

Mo. T. 

II. 

N.C. 

M. T. 



Kef. 
Letters 



Ha 

Fp 

Dl 

Om 

Fn 

Oi 

Rj 

Gp 

Fj 

Do 

ZAg 

Cb 

An 

Ep 

Ch 

Fh 

Gp 

Ub 

Tc 

Eo 

M n 
Ph 

Qg 

Nn 

Ml 

L m 

M k 

Mk 

Gd 

Pi 

Ng 

Od 

Pi 

Gk 

Ab 

Cb 

Fh 

Qh 

Ml 

F m 

CI 

Gn 

Ap 

Oi 

Z Ak 

Ao 

Ij 

Qd 

Mo 

PI 

Xb 

la 

Ka 

la 

Qh 

Ab 

El 

Rk 

Kc 



Length. 

76 
85 
44 
22 

237 
36 
78 
60 
20 
23 
33 
53 
80 

120 
70 
37 
13 
37 
19 
92 
50 

100 
15 
17 
72 

155 
86 
40 
37 
24 
20 
30 
36 
35 
80 
31 
75 
25 
19 

28 

73 

73 

132 

130 

212 

68 
825 

19 
100 

60 

94 
288 

18 
4 

23 

28 
9 



40 
45 



03 



162 



CONSULTING INDEX 



Rivers. 



Castlemans, 

Catawba, 

Cattaraugus Creek, 

Caximbas, F . 

Cedar, or Dog, 

Chagrine, 

Chandlers, 

Chariton, 

Charles, 

Charlotte, 

Charlotte F. 

Chattahatchee, 

Chattahoochee, 

Chattooga, 

Chatuga, 

Chaudron, 

Chazy, 

Cheat, 

Cheboiegon, 

Cheboiegon, 

Chechessee, . 

Chehaw, 

Chenango, 

Cherrytree, 

Chesnut, M. 

Chestatee 

Chester, 

Chicago, 

Chickahoming, 

Chickasaw, 

Chickasawhay, 

Chifuncte, 

Chipola, 

Chippewa, 

Chippicotton, 

Chocolate, 

Choctawhatchie, 

Choptank, 

Chowan, 

Christianna, 

Clam, 

Clarks, 

Clarion, 

Clear, 

Clear, 

Clear- Water, 

Clinch, 

Clinton, 

Clover, 

Coal, 

Coal, 

Collins, 

Cold Water, 

Cold Water, 

Combahee, 

Comite, 

Conecuh, 

Conestoga, 

Congaree, 

Conhocton, 

Connecticut, 



Recipient. 



Youghiogeny River, 
Wateree River, .... 

Lake Erie, 

Caximbas Bay, 

Pascagoula River, . . 

Lake Erie, 

Atlantic Ocean, .... 
Missouri River, .... 
Atlantic Ocean, .... 
Susquehanna, N. B.. 
Charlotte Harbor, . . 
Appalachie Bay, . . . 
Appalachicola River, 

Coosa River, 

Tugaloo River, 

Bayou D'Arbane, . . 
Lake Champlain,. . . 
Monongahela River, 

Lake Huron, 

Lake Michigan,. . . . 

Broad River, 

St. Helena Sound, . . 
Susquehanna, N. B. . 

Gauley River, 

St. John's River, . . . 
Chattahoochee, .... 
Chesapeake Bay, . . . 
Lake Michigan, .... 

James River, 

Mobile Bay, 

Pascagoula River, . . 
Lake Pontchartrain, 

Appalachicola, 

Mississippi Ris'er, . . 
Lake Michigan,. . . . 

Lake Superior, 

Choctawhatchie Bay. 
Chesapeake Bay, . . . 
Albemarle Sound, . . 
St. Joseph's River, . . 
St. Croix River, .... 
Tennessee River, . . . 
Allegheny River, . . 
Mississippi River, . . 
St. Croix River, .... 
Sweet Water River, 
Tennessee River, . . . 

Lake St. Clair, 

Cheat River, 

Great Kenawha River 

Flint River, 

Caney Fork, 

Mississippi River, . . 
Black Water River,. 
St. Helena Sound, . . 

Amite River, 

Escambia River, . . . 
Susquehanna River, 

Santee River, 

Tioga River, 

Long Island Sound, 



State. 



Pa. 
S. C. 
N. Y. 
f. T. 
Mi. 
O. 
Me. 
Mo. 
R. L 
N. Y. 
F. T. 
F.T. 
Al. 
Al. 
S.C. 
La. 
N. Y. 
Pa. 
M. T. 
M. T. 
S.C. 

s.c. 

N. Y. 

Va. 

Me. 

Geo. 

Md. 

II. 

Va. 

Al. 

Mi. 

La. 

F.T. 

M. T. 

M. T, 

M. T. 

F.T. 

Md. 

N.C. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

Ken. 

Pa. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

F.T. 

Ten. 

M. T. 

Va. 

Va. 

M. T. 

Ten. 

Mi. 

F.T. 

S. C. 

La. 

F.T. 

Pa. 

S.C. 

N. Y 

Ct. 



Ref. 
Letters. 



Nl 
Od 



Fp 
Me 
AZb 

We 

Sd 



Kp 

IP 
II 
Kl 
Bn 

Ub 
Of 
J a 
He 

Nn 
Nn 
Sd 
Nh 



J m 

Ge 
Ri 
Fp 
Fp 
Dp 

Ip 

Cb 

Gd 

G a 

Hp 

Rh 

Rj 
He 

Ba 

Fi 

Oe 

Z A: 

B a 

Gp 

Jk 

Ld 

O? 
M li 

Kc 

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CI 

Gp 

Nh 

Cp 

Gp 

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Qd 

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Length. 

50" 

187 
62 
67 
89 
37 
16 

143 
38 
62 

105 
40 

350 
46 
39 
15 
47 

110 

105 
37 
14 
20 
81 
23 
8 
43 
30 
10 
62 
25 

120 
56 

100 

200 
37 
77 

145 
60 

180 
27 
70 
60 
88 
16 
33 
22 

230 
41 
18 
85 
7 
40 
40 
30 
87 
56 

140 
41 
40 
57 

450 



TO THE RIVERS. 



163 



Rivers. 



Conneaut, 

Connesauga, 

Coolasawhatchie, F . 

Cooper, 

Coosa, 

Coosa w, 

Coosawhatchie, 

Cow Pasture, 

Cow Skin, 

Crane, 

Crooked, 

Crooked, 

Crooked Creek, 

Crow, 

Crow Wing, 

Cumberland, 

Cumberland S. Fork, 

Current, 

Cuyahoga, 

Damariscotta, 

Dan, 

Darby's, 

Dardenne, 

Dead, 

Dead, 

Deep, 

Deer, 

Delaware, 

Delaware, or Gallivan's, F . 

Delude, or Black, 

Derden, 

Des Moines, 

Des Plaines, 

De Tour, 

Devil, 

Dicks, 

Dog, 

Dowagiake, 

Dry 

Du Bois Franc, 

Du Chemin, 

Duck, 

Du Page, 

Du Plain, or Maple, 

East, 

East, 

East Chariton, 

East Fork, 

East Fork, 

Ebeeme, 

Econfina, 

Edisto, 

Edwards, 

Edwards, 

Eel, 

Eel 

Eleven Point, 

Elk, 

Elk 

Elk, 

Elkhart, 



Recipient. 



State 



Lake Erie, 

Coosa River, 

Gulf of Me.\ico, .... 
Charleston Harbor, . . 

Alabama River, 

St. Helena Sound, . . . 

Broad River, 

James River, 

Neosho River, 

White River, 

Cumberland Sound,. . 
St. George's Sound, . . 

Illinois River 

Mississippi River, . . . 
Mississippi River, . . . 

Ohio River, 

Cumberland River, . . 
Big Black River, .... 

Lake Erie, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Staunton River, 

Sabine River, 

Mississippi River, . . . 
Kenncbeck River, . . . 

Lake Superior, 

Cape Fear River, .... 

St. Regis River, 

Delaware Bay, 

Gallivan's Bay, 

St. Clair River, 

Arkansas River, .... 

Mississippi River, . . . 
Illinois River, ...... 

Ouisconsin River, .... 

EC'S River, 

Kentucky River, 

Mobile Bay, 

St. Joseph's River, .... 
Shenandoah S. Fork,. . 
Little Calumet River, . 

Lake Michigan, 

Tennessee River, 

Illinois River, 

Grand River, 

Machias Bay, 

Pcnsacola Bay, 

Missouri River, 

White River, 

Grand River, 

Pleasant River, 

St. Andrew's Bay, .... 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Sturgeon Bay, 

Mississippi River, .... 

W^abash River, 

West Fork of White R. 

Big Black River, 

Cliesapcake Bay, 

Great Kanawha River, 

Tennessee River, 

St. Joseph's River, . . . . 




O. 

Geo. 

F.T. 

S.C. 

Al. 

S.C. 

S.C. 

Va. 

Mo. T. 

A. T. 

Geo. 

F.T. 

II. 

Mo. T. 

M. T. 

Ken. 

Ken. 

A.T. 

O. 

Me. 

Va. 

La. 

Mo. 

Me. 

M. T. 

N. C. 

N. Y. 

Del. 

F.T. 

M. T. 

Mo. T. 

Mo. T, 

II. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

Ken. 

Al. 

M. T. 

Va. 

In. 

In. 

Ten. 

II. 

M. T. 

Me. 

F.T. 

Mo. 

In. 

Mo. 

Mc. 

F.T. 

S.C. 

M. T. 

II. 

In. 

In. 

A.T. 

Md. 

Va. 

Al. 

In. 



Nn 


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Nn 


Nn 


Oi 


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Me 


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P.) 


Ao 


Dh 


Ya 


Ga 


Ok 


Tb 


Sg 


Ld 


ZBk 


Cf 


Fe 


Ec 


Gb 


Ji 


Fp 


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Ph 


Ge 


He 


Fk 


Fe 


Jd 


AZb 


Gp 


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Ya 


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Lengtii. 

W 
95 
100 
44 
357 
16 
48 
68 
89 
63 
30 
15 
95 
75 
115 
450 
105 
165 
100 
31 
158 
31 
37 
66 
31 
112 
50 
310 
40 
75 
45 
400 
100 
14 
24 
64 
23 
35 
11 
14 
46 
185 
18 
53 
46 
15 
57 
228 
145 
27 
23 
161 
22 
70 
88 
88 
105 
35 
119 
125 
62 



164 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Rivers. 



EUises, 

Embarras, . . . . , 
Embarras,. ... 

Emery's, 

Ennoree, 

Eno, 

Escambia, 

Escatappa, . . . . 

Etowah, 

Fair, 

Falling, 

False, 

Femme Osage,. 
Fenaholloway, . 

Fevre, 

Fish, 

Fish, 

Fisher's, 

Fishing, 

Flat, 

Flat, 

Flat Rock, . . . . 

Flint, 

Flint, 

Flint, 

Flint, 

Forked Deer, . . 

Fort, 

Fourche, 

Fox, 

Fox, 

French Broad, . 
French Creek, . 

Galena, 

Galien, 

Garlic, 

Garlic, 

Gary's, 

Gasconade, 

Gaspard, 

Gaspers, 

Gauley, 

Genesee, 

Grand, 



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Grand, 

Grand, 

Grand, 

Grand, 

Grand, 

Grand Fork, 

Grand Nemawhaw, . . 

Grant, 

Grass, 

Grasshopper, 

Great Egg Harbor, . . , 

Great Kanawha, 

Great Manitou, 

Great Maquanquetois, , 

Great Miami, 

Great Ogeechee, 

Great Ohoopee, 



Recipient. 



Androscoggin River, 
Pauwaygan River,. . 

Wabash River, 

Clinch River, 

Broad River, 

Neuse River, ..... 
Escambia Bay, .... 

Cedar River, 

Coosa River, 

Pearl River, 

Staunton River, .... 

Yazoo River, 

Missouri River, .... 
Appalachie River, . . 
Mississippi River, . . 
St. John's River, . . . 

Mobile Bay, 

Yadkin River, 

Missouri River, .... 

Neuse River, 

Grand River, 

E. Fork of White River, 
Appalachicola River, . . 

Tennessee River, 

Tennessee River, 

Saginaw River, 

Mississippi River, .... 
Kaskaskia River,. . . . 

Arkansas River, 

Green Bay, 

Illinois River, 

Holston River, 

Allegheny River, 

Mississippi River, .... 

Lake Michigan, 

Lake Superior, 

Mississippi River, .... 

Lake Michigan, 

Missouri River, 

Green Bay, 

Big Barren River, .... 
Great Kanawha River, 

Lake Ontario, 

St. John's River, .... 

Red River, 

Lake Erie, 

Lake Michigan, 

Missouri River, 

Osage River, 

Osage River, 

Missouri River, 

Mississippi River, .... 
St. Lawrence River, . . 

Konzas River, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Ohio River, 

Missouri River, 

Mississippi River, .... 

Ohio River, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Alatahama River, .... 



State. 



Me. 

M. T. 

II. 

Ten. 

S.C. 

N. C. 

F. T. 

Mi. 

Geo. 

Mi. 

Va. 

Mi. 

Mo. 

F. T. 

II. 

Me. 

Al. 

N.C. 

Mo. 

N.C. 

M.T. 

In. 

Geo. 

Al. 

Al. 

M. T. 

Ten. 

II. 

A. T. 

M.T. 

II. 

Ten. 

Pa. 

Mo. T. 

M.T. 

M. T. 

Mo. T. 

II. 

Mo. 

M.T. 

Ken. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

La. 

O. 

M.T. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

M. T. 

N. Y. 

Mo. T. 

N. J. 

Va. 

Mo. 

Mo. T. 

O. 

Geo. 

Geo. 



Kef. 
Letters. 



Xb 
Fb 
Gh 
Jk 
Ml 

Pj 
Gp 

Fo 

II 

Do 

Pi 

Dn 

Dh 

Kp 

Dd 



Fp 

Nj 
ZAg 

Pj 
Id 

Ig 
Ip 
Gl 
HI 
J c 
Ek 

Fg 
Bl 

Gb 

Fe 

Kk 

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D 
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G 

D 

Ge 

Ch 

Gb 

Hi 

Mh 

Qc 



Bo 
Me 
Hd 

Ag 
Ah 
A h 
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Dd 



M o 

Lo 



Length. 

23" 

44 

135 

4S 

88 
39 

160 
24 

110 
14 
25 
90 
20 
30 
46 
50 
16 
22 
40 
25 
85 
84 

299 
32 
58 

121 

114 
19 
23 

228 

104 

176 
92 
56 
28 
13 
50 
17 

204 
54 
25 
35 

145 
38 
10 
73 

198 

272 

134 
98 

220 
30 
96 
30 
44 

327 
17 

120 

174 

244 

108 



TO THE RIVERS. 



IGo 



Rivers. 



Great Pedee, 

Green, 

Green, , 

Green, 

Green, 

Greenbrier, 

Gun, 

Guyandotte, , 

Halifax, F, 

Hardware, 

Hare, 

Harpeth, 

Hashuphatcher, 

Hatchy, 

Haw, 

Hazel, 

Heart, 

Hedgeman, 

Henderson's, 

Henry's, 

High Rock, 

Hillabee, 

Hillsboro', 

Hittenhatchie, 

Hiwassee, 

Hocking, 

Hog, 

Holly, 

Holston, 

Homochitto 

Housatonick, 

Hudson, 

Hughes, 

Huron, 

Huron, 

Hurricane, 

Hycoote, 

Iberville, 

Ichavsraynoochee, 

Illinois, 

Illinois, 

Independence, 

Independence, 

Indian, 

Indian, 

Indian, 

Indian, F. 

Irwin's, 

Ivy, 

Jackson's, 

Jackson's, 

Jacob's, 

James, 

Joliet, 

Jordan, 

Juniatta, 

Jupiter, F. 

Kahkoguamook, M. 

Kankakee, 

Kantappaha, 

Kaskaskia, 



Recipient. 



Atlantic Ocean, 

Broad River, 

Buffalo River, 

Ohio River 

Rock River, 

Great Kanawha River, 
Kekalamazoo River, . . 

Ohio River, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

James River, 

Shiawassee River, . . . . 
Cumberland River, . . . 
Tallee Hooma River, . 
Mississippi River, . . . . 

Cape Fear River, 

Aestham River, 

Konzas River, 

Rappaliannock River, 
Mississippi River, . . . . 
South Catawba River, . 
Mississippi River, . . . . 
Tallapoosa River, . . . . 

Hillsboro' Bay, 

Hittenhatchie Bay, . . . 

Tennessee River, 

Ohio River, 

St. Joseph's River, .... 

Elk River, 

Tennessee River, 

Mississippi River, . . . . 
Long Island Sound, . . 

New York Bay, 

Little Kanawha River, 

Lake Erie, 

Lake Erie, 

Lake Superior, 

Dan River, 

Mississippi River, .... 

Flint River, 

Mississippi River, .... 

Arkansas River, 

Black River, 

Missouri River, 

Black Lake, 

Hudson River, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Alapaliaw River, 

French Broad River,. . 

James River, 

Mississippi River, .... 
South Catawba River, . 

Chesapeake Bay, 

Des Plains River, .... 

Louis Bay, 

Susquehanna River, . . 

St. Lucie Sound, 

Lake Chesuncook,. . . . 

Illinois River, 

Cedar River, 

Mississippi River, .... 



State. 



S. C. 

N.C. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

II. 

Va. 

M. T. 

Va. 

F.T. 

Va. 

M. T. 

Ten. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

N.C. 

Va. 

Mo. T. 

Va. 

II. 

N.C. 

II. 

Al. 

F.T. 

F.T. 

Ten. 

O. 

M. T. 

Va. 

Ten. 

Mi. 

Ct 

N. Y. 

Va. 

M. T. 

O. 

M. T. 

Va. 

La. 

Geo. 

II. 

3Io. T. 

N. Y. 

Mo. T. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Del. 

F.T. 

F.T. 

N.C. 

Va. 

II. 

N.C. 

Va. 

II. 

Mi. 

Pa. 

F.T. 

Me. 

II. 

Mi. 

II. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Om 
M k 
G fc 
Gi 
De 
Ni 
I d 
Lh 



Pi 

Jc 

^j 
Eo 

Dk 

Ok 

Ph 

ZBg 

Qh 

Cf 

Mk 

Bb 

Hn 

Kq" 

Ik 

Mg 

Id 

Nh 

Kk 

C o 

Ue 

Tf 

Mg 

Kd 

Le 

Ha 

Pj 
Cp 

Jo 

Dh 

Z Ak 

Sc 

ZBg 

Sb 

Tc 

Sh 



Kp 

Lk 

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Cf 

Mk 

Rj 
Fe 

Ep 
Qf 



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Fp 
Ei 



Length. 

415 
56 
16 

308 
50 

120 
18 

134 
40 
31 
29 
77 
34 

131 
93 
21 
48 
34 
53 
28 
14 
29 
30 
24 
98 

100 
27 
26 

2.38 

105 

134 

320 
62 

106 
71 
29 
53 
18 
75 

400 
94 
31 
55 
90 
38 
18 
88 
84 
17 
82 
37 
21 

400 
18 
35 

141 
32 
26 

143 
37 

253 



166 



CONSULTING INDEX 



Rivers. 



Kekalamazoo, 

Kennebeck, 

Kentucky, 

Keowee, 

Kickapoo, 

Kiskiminitas, 

Kite, 

Kohkoguamook, 

Konzas, 

Lake, 

L'Anguillo, 

Laughing Fish, 

Laurel, 

Leaf, 

Leaf, 

Leaf, or St. Francis, 

Leaf Ridge, 

Le Fevre, 

Lehigh, 

Lemon, F. 

Licking, 

Linville, 

Little, M. 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little, 

Little Androscoggin, 

Little Birch, 

Little Black, 

Little Blue Water, 

Little Cacapon, 

Little Caillou, 

Little Calumet, 

Little Cannouchee, 

Little Chazy, 

Little Che Tac, 

Little Choctawhatchie, 

Little Coal, 

Little Courteoreille, 

Little Dan, . 

Little Doe, 

Little Egg Harbour, 

Little Elkhart, 



Recipient. 



State. 



Lake Michigan, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Ohio River, 

Savannah River, .... 
Ouisconsin Ri^'^r, . . . 
Alleghany River, .... 

Rock River, 

Lake Chesuncook, . . . 

Missouri River, 

Mississippi River, . . . 
St. Francis' River,. . . 

Lake Superior, 

Cumberland River, . . 
Pascagoula River, . . . 

Rock River, 

Mississippi River, . . . 
Tallee Hooma River, . 

Arkansas River, 

Delaware River, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Ohio River, 

Catawba River, 

St. John's River, 

Great Kanawha River, 
North Anna River, . . . 
Albemarle Sound, .... 

Eno River, 

Neuse River, 

Yadkin River, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Broad River, 

Saluda River, 

Savannah River, 

Chattahoochee River, . 

Etowah River, 

Oconee River, 

Savannah River, 

Ocklockony River, .... 

Alabama River, 

Coosa River, 

Lake Catahoola, 

Red River, 

Tennessee River, 

Wabash River, 

Androscoggin River,. . 

Birch River, 

Big Black River, 

Missouri River, 

Cacapon River, 

Gulf of Mexico, 

Lake Michigan, 

Cannouchee River, . . . 

Lake Champlain, 

Chippewa River, 

Choctawhatchie River, 

Coal River, 

Chippewa River, 

Dan River, 

Big Doe River, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

St. Joseph's River, . . . . 



M. T. 

Me. 

Ken. 

S.C. 

M. T. 

Pa. 

II. 

Me. 

Mo. T. 

M. T. 

A.T. 

M. T. 

Ken. 

Mi. 

II. 

M. T. 

Mi. 

A. T. 

Pa. 

F. T. 

Ken. 

N. C. 

Me. 

Va. 

Va. 

N. C. 

N. C. 

N. C. 

N. C. 

S.C. 

s. c. 

S.C. 

s. c. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Geo 

F. T. 

Al. 

Al. 

La. 

La. 

Ten. 

In. 

Me. 

Va. 

A. T. 

Mo. 

Va. 

La. 

II. 

Geo. 

N. Y. 

M. T. 

Al. 

Va. 

M. T. 

N. C. 

Ten. 

N.J. 

In. 



Ref. 
Letters. 



Hd 
Yc 
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LI 
Do 
Of 
Ee 
Ya 
Z A 
Z A 
Dl 
G a 
Ji 
Fp 
Ed 
A a 
E o 
Bl 
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Mk 



Ni 
Qi 
Rj 

Pj 

P k 

Nk 

Pra 

Ml 

Ml 

L m 

Kl 

Jl 

Km 

L m 

Jp 

G o 

II 

Bo 

Ao 

Kk 

If 

Xb 

Nh 

Dj 
Z A( 

Pg 
Dq 

Ge 

Mn 

Ub 

Cb 

lo 

Mh 

Ca 

Nj 

Lj 

Tg 

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Length. 

142~ 

230 

312 

50 

70 

103 

19 

26 

1,200 

13 

68 

24 

28 

169 

20 

94 

52 

79 

96 

11 

204 

28 

10 

35 

26 

36 

20 

63 

46 

5 

32 

30 

52 

13 

21 

44 

72 

53 

24 

35 

14 

15 

35 

20 

36 

13 

57 

33 

32 

50 

50 

37 

51 

40 

50 

60 

79 

11 

14 

40 

39 



TO THE RIVERS. 



167 



Rivers. 



Little Emery, 

Little Escambia, . . 
Little Falling, .... 
Little Flambeau, . . 
Little Hatcliy, .... 
Little Kanawha, . . . 
Little Kentucky, . . 
Little Machias,. . . . 
Little Madawaska,. 
Little Missouri, . . . 

Little Muddy, 

Little Nottoway, . . 

Little Obion, 

Little Ocklockony,. 
Little Ocmulgee, . . 
Little Ogeechee, . . . 
Little Ogeechee,* . . 
Little Ogeechee,+ . . 
Little Ohoopee, .... 

Little Otter 

Little Pcdee, 

Little Pigeon, , 

Little Platte, 

Little Platte, 

Little Red, 

Little Roanoke, . . . 

Little Sack, 

Little St Mary's, . . 
Little Salkehatchie, 

Little Saluda, 

Little Satilla, 

Little Sandy, 

Little Sequatchy, . . 

Little Shoal, 

Little Suwanee, . . . . 
Little Tallapoosa, . . 
Little Vermillion,. . 
Little Vermillion,. . . 

Little Wabash, 

Little Yadkin, .... 

Long Branch, 

Looking Glass, , . . . ■ 

Loosahatchy, 

Lost, 

Lost, 

Lower Iowa, 

Lower Little, 

Loyalsock Creek, . . . 

Lumber, 

Lycoming Creek, . . . 
Lynches Creek, . . . • 
Macaupin Creek, . . . 

Machias, 

Machias, 

Mackinaw, 

Macon, 

Mad, 

Madamiscontis, . . . . 



.M, 
.M, 



.M, 



Recipient. 



Emery River, 

Escambia River, 

Falling River, 

Rufus River, 

Hatchy River, 

Ohio River, 

Ohio River, 

Aroostook River, 

Aroostook River, 

Washita River, 

Big Muddy River,. . . . 

Nottoway River, 

Mississippi River, . . . . 
Ocklockony River, . . . 

Ocmulgee River, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Great Ogeechee River, 
Great Ogeechee River, 
Great Ohoopee River,. 

Otter River, 

Great Pedee River, . . . 
French Broad River,. . 

Big Platte River, 

Missouri River, 

White River 

Staunton River, 

Mississippi River, . . . . 

St Mary's River 

Salkehatchie River,. . . 

Saluda River, 

Satilla River, 

Ohio River, 

Sequatchy River, 

Pamplico Sound, 

Suwanee River, 

Tallapoosa River, . . 
Wabash River, .... 

Illinois River, 

Wabash River, .... 

Yadkin River, 

Grand River, 

Grand River, 

Mississippi River, . . 
Cacapon River, .... 
Kaskaskia River,. . . 
Mississippi River, . . 
Cape Fear River, . . . 
Susquehanna, W. B. 
Little Pcdee River, . 
Susquehanna, W. B. 
Great Pcdee River, . 

Illinois River, 

Machias Bay, , 

Aroostook River, ... 

Illinois River, 

Raisin River, 

Merrimack River, . . . 
Penobscot River, .... 



Stale. 



Ten. 

F. T. 

Va. 

M.T. 

Ten. 

Va. 

Ken. 

Me. 

Me. 

A. T. 

II. 

Va. 

Ken. 

Geo 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

Va. 

S. C. 

Ten. 

M. T. 

Mo. T. 

A. T. 

Va. 

Mo. T. 

F. T. 

S. C. 

S. C. 

Geo. 

Ken. 

Ten. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Al. 

In. 

II. 

IL 

N. C. 

Mo. 

M.T. 

Ten. 

VVL. 

II. 

M.T. 

N. C. 

Pa. 

xN. C. 

Pa. 

S.C. 

II. 

Me. 

Me. 

II. 

M.T. 

N. H. 

Me. 



Ref. 
Letters. 



J k 
Gp 
Pi 
Ca 

Ek 
Mg 
Ih 



A m 

Ei 

Pi 

Ej 

Jo 

Lo 

M o 

Mn 

L m 

Ln 

Oi 

O m 

Kk 

Dd 

Z A 

Ck 

Pj 

Z A 

Mp 

Nn 

Mm 

Lo 

Lh 

Ik 

Sk 

Lp 

Im 

Gg 

Ec 

Fi 

Nj 

Ag 

Jd 

Dk 

Eh 

De 

Pk 

Qe 

01 

Qe 

O m 

Dg 
AZb 



a 



Length. 



Df 
Ke 
Wc 

IZa 



12 
25 
13 
85 
12 
127 
28 
34 
32 

125 
44 
18 
46 
30 
74 
35 
31 
16 
35 
10 

110 
24 
22 
63 

169 
25 
22 
14 
47 
24 
70 
68 
17 
14 
57 
56 
42 
36 

200 
15 

1.30 
63 
66 
12 
34 

237 
50 
48 

110 
33 

145 
88 
64 
38 

113 
22 
20 
16 



* In Scriven county, Geo. 

* In Washington county. Geo. 



168 



CONSULTING INDEX 



Rivers. 



Madankeeunk, 

Madawaska, M . 

Magalloway, 

Mamayicum, 

Mamelle, 

Manasquan, 

Manitou, 

Manokin, 

Maquagan, 

Maramec, 

Maria, 

Maskegon, 

Mason's, 

Mat, 

Matanzas, 

Mattapony, 

Mattawamkeag, 

Maumee, 

May 

Maynawalky, 

Mayo, 

Meahkaninon, 

Medway, 

Meherrin, 

Mennomonie, ■ 

Mennomonie, ' 

Mennomonie, 

Meriumpticook, or Turtle, . . M 

Mermentau, 

Merrimack, 

Metamonong, 

Miami, 

Michesebee, 

Middle, 

Middle, F 

Middle Meherrin, 

Middle Tyger, 

Mills, 

Milwalky, 

Milwalky, 

Mino Cockien, 

Mishtegayock, 

Missisque, 

Mississinevvay, 

Mississippi,* 

Missouri, 

Mitchell's, 

Mobile 

Mockason, 

Mohawk, 

Mohawk Branch, 

Molumkus, 

Mongaup, 

Monistic, 

Monistique, 

Monongahela, 

Monongahcla, E. Fork, 

Monongahela, W. Fork, 



Recipient. 



Penobscot River, .... 
St. John's River, ... 
Androscoggin River,. 

Fox River, 

Arkansas Rive , . . . 
Atlantic Ocean, .... 
Mississippi River, . . 
Chesapeake Bay, . . . 
St. Croix River, .... 
Mississippi River, . . 

Osage River, 

Lake Michigan,. . . . 

IlHnois River, 

Mattapony River, . . . . 

Atlantic Ocean, 

York River, 

Penobscot, East Br. . . 

Lake Erie, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Milwalky Bay, 

Dan River, 

Kaskaskia River, 

St. Catherine's Sound, . 

Chowan River, 

Chippewa River, 

Green Bay, 

Pauwaygan River, . . . 

St. John's River, 

Gulf of Mexico, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Tippecanoe River, . . . . 

Ohio River, 

Shiawassee River, . . . . 
Shenandoah, S. F 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Meherrin River, 

Tyger River, 

French Broad River,. . 

Lake Michigan, 

Milwalky Bay, 

Lake Michigan, 

Flint River, 

Lake Champlain, 

Wabash River, , 

Gulf of Mexico, . . . . , 

Mississippi River, . . . , 

Yadkin River, 

Mobile Bay, 

Neuse River, 

Hudson River, 

Delaware River, . . . . , 

Mattawamkeag River, 

Delaware River, .... 

Lake Michigan, 

Lake Michigan, 

Ohio River, 

Monongahela River, . 

Monongahela River, . 



State. 



Me. 

Me. 

N. H. 

M. T. 

A. T. 

N.J. 

Mo. T. 

Md. 

M. T. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

M. T. 

U. 

Va. 

F. T. 

Va. 

Me 

M. T. 

S. C. 

M. T. 

N.C. 

11. 

Geo. 

N.C. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

Me. 

La. 

]\Ias. 

In. 

O. 

M. T. 

Va. 

F. T. 

Va. 

S. C. 

N.C. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

Vt. 

In. 

La. 

Mo. 

N.C. 

Al. 

N.C. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

M.T. 

M.T. 

Pa. 

Va. 

Va. 



Ref. 
Letters. 



Za 



Wb 

Fc 

Bl 

Tf 

Cf 

Sh 

Ca 

Dh 

Bh 

He 

Fe 

Qh 

Mq 

Rl 

Za 

Ke 

Nn 

Gd 

Oj 

Fg 
Mo 

Rj 
Cb 

Ha 

Fb 



Aq 
Xd 
Hf 

Jg 
Jo 

Ph 



Length. 



Pi 


MI 


Lk 


Hb 


Gd 


Ja 


Kc 


Ub 


If 


Eq 


Dh 


Nj 


Fp 


Qk 


Ud 


Sd 


Za 


Te 


I b 


la 


Nf 


Ng 


Ng 



13 

80 
48 
61 
27 
20 
44 
18 
26 
184 
52 
90 
36 
15 
15 
90 
94 
220 
10 
61 
24 
25 
20 
120 
60 
143 
32 
40 
141 
200 
24 
90 
14 
50 
10 
15 
27 
12 
62 
81 
50 
39 
81 
100 
3,000 
3,217 
15 
500 
88 
150 
92 
48 
31 
87 
72 
216 
90 
70 



* The length here statc^d refers to tlie Mi.'^sissippi Proper. 
J Missouri, is 4,490 miles. 



Its length, in connexion witii the 



TO THE RIVERS. 



Rivers. 



Moose, . . 

Moose, 

Mountain, 

Mud, 

Mud 

Muddy, 

Muskingum, 

Nantagulee, 

Nanticoke, 

Narraguagas, 

Nassau, 

Nehhah, 

Neosho, or Grand, . . . . 

Neuse, 

Neversink, 

New, 

New, 

New, 

New, 

New, , 

New, 

New, 

Newfound, 

New Hope, 

Newport, 

Niagara, 

Niantick, 

Nidwany, 

Nislinebottona, 

Nodaway, 

Nolichucky, 

Nonconna, 

Noquet, 

Nortli, 

North, 

North, 

North, 

North, , 

North, 

North Anna, 

North-East Saluda, . . . 

North Edisto, 

North Fabius, 

North Fork, 

North Hillsboro', 

North Little, 

North Newport, 

North Two Rivers, . . . 

North Tyger, 

Notalbany, 

Notley, 

Nottawa Sepee, 

Nottoway, 

Ny 

North-East Cape Fear, 

North Meherrin, 

North-West, 

Oak Noxabee, 

Oaktibbeehah, 

Obeds, 

Obeys, 



.F. 



.F. 



Recipient. 



Mooschead Lake, . . 

Black River, 

Rapidan River, .... 
Guyandotte River,. . 
Kaskaskia River,. . . 
St. Francis River, . . 

Ohio River, 

Tennessee River, . . . 
Chesapeake Bay, . . . 
Pleasant River Bay, 
Atlantic Ocean, .... 
Pomme de Terre River, 

Arkansas River, 

Pamplico Sound, 

Delaware River, 

Great Kanawha River, 

Onslow Bay, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Chattahoochee River, . 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Crooked River, 

S. Fork Cumberland R, 
South Anna River, . . . 

Cape Fear River, 

Raleigh Bay, 

Lake Erie, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Nidwany Bay, 

Missouri River, 

Missouri River, 

French Broad River,. . 
Mississippi River, .... 

Green Bay, 

Dry River, 

Albemarle Sound, .... 

Currituck Sound, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Chatham Bay, 

Black Warrior River, . 

Pamunky River, 

Saluda River, 

Edisto River, 

Mississippi River, .... 

Osage River, 

Hillsboro' Bay, 

Red River, 

South Newport River,. 
Mississippi River, .... 

Tyger River, 

Tickfah River, 

Hiwassee River, 

St. Joseph's River, .... 

Chowan River, 

Mattapony River, .... 

Cape Fear River, 

Meherrin River, 

North River, 

Tombeckbee River,. . . 
Chickasawhay River, . 

Emery's River, 

Cumberland River, . . . 



Malt'. 



Me. 
N. Y. 
Va. 
Va. 
II. 

M. T. 
O. 

N. C. 
Md. 
Me. 
F. T. 
Mo. T. 
I\Io. T. 
N. C. 
N. Y. 
Va. 
N. C. 
S.C. 
Geo. 
F. T. 
F. T. 
Ten. 
Va. 
N. C. 
N. C. 
N. Y. 
Ct. 

M. T. 
Mo. T. 
Mo. T. 
Ten. 
Ten. 
M. T. 
Va. 
N. C. 
N. C. 
F. T. 
F. T. 
Al. 
Va. 
S.C. 

s.c. 

Mo. 

Mo. 

F. T. 

A.T. 

Geo. 

Mo. 

S.C. 

La. 

N. C. 

M. T. 

N. C. 

Va. 

N. C. 

Va. 

N. C. 

Al. 

Mi. 

Ten. 

Ten. 



Kef. 
LettLTS. 



Ya 

Sc 

Qh 

Lh 

Eh 

Aa 

Mg 

Kk 

Sh 

AZb 

M q 

Z Aj 

ZB b 

Rk 

Te 

Ni 

Ql 

No 

I m 



Jq 

Qi 

Ok 

RI 

Od 

Ve 

Ja 

ZBf 

ZBf 

Kj 
Dk 
Ha 
Ph 

Sj 

Rj 

Mq 



G m 

Qi 
LI 

Nm 

Cg 

Z Ah 



A m 

Mo 

Ml 
Dp 
Jk 
Id 

^j 
Qh 

PI 
Pj 

Rj 

Fn 
Fo 
Jj 

Ij 



169 
Length. 

3r~ 

55 

12 

38 

22 

35 

203 

30 

62 

50 

31 

60 

182 

271 

57 

115 

42 

60 

27 

40 

24 

46 

20 

37 

15 

37 

8 

22 

16 

115 

125 

27 

43 

16 

23 

28 

24 

25 

55 

56 

20 

68 

57 

130 

66 

115 

32 

45 

17 

32 

40 

38 

145 

15 

100 

20 

25 

94 

80 

32 

53 



1' 



170 



CONSULTING INDEX. 



Rivers. 



F. 



Obion, 

Occoquan, 

Ocklawaha, 

Ocklockony, 

Ocmulgee, 

Oconee, 

Oconee Loftee, 

Ohio, 

Okapilca, 

Onion, 

Opossum, 

Osage, 

Oscilla, 

Oswegatchie, 

Oswego, 

Ottawa, 

Ottawa, 

Ottawa, 

Otter, 

Otter Creek, 

Ouisconsin, 

Pacolet, 

Paint Creek, 

Paim, 

Pamplico, 

Pamunky, 

Papacton Branch, 

Pascagoula, 

Pasquotank, 

Passadunikeag, 

Pataactuquac, 

Patapsco, 

Patoka, 

Patuxent, 

Pauwaygan, or Wolf, 

Pawtueket, 

Pea, 

Pearl, 

Pease Creek, F 

Pectanon, or Muddy, 

Peeminushkwa 

Pekatonika, 

Peninsula, 

Penobscot, 

Penobscot, East Branch 

Pent Water, 

Perdido, 

Pere Marquette, 

Perquimans, 

Peruque, 

Petite Jean, 

Piankatank, 

Pickamink, 

Pi?, 

Pigeon, 

Pine, 

Pine, 

Pine, 

Pine Creek, 

Piney, 

Pinnette, 



Recipient. 



Mississippi River, . . . . 

Potomac River, 

St. John's River, 

Ocklockony Bay, 

Alatamaha Rivrr, . . . . 
Alatamaha River, . . . . 
Tuckaseegee River, . . . 
Mississippi River, . . . . 
Witlilacoochie River,. . 

Lake Champlain, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Missouri River, 

Appalachie River, . . . . 
St. Lawrence River, . . 

Lake Ontario, 

Great Traverse Bay, . . 

Lake Erie, 

St. Croix River, 

Staunton River, 

Lake Champlain, 

Mississippi River, . . . . 

Broad River, 

Scioto River, 

Gulf of Mexico, 

Pamlico Sound, 

York River, 

Delaware River, 

Pascagoula Bay, 

Albemarle Sound, . . . 

Penobscot River, 

Penobscot River, . . . . 

Chesapeake Bay, 

Wabash River, 

Chesapeake Bay, 

Fox River, 

Narragansett Bay, . . . . 
Choctawhatchie River, 

Lake Borgne, 

Charlotte Harbor, . . . . 
Pekatonika River, . . . . 

Wolf River, 

Rock River, 

Mississippi River, . . . . 

Penobscot Bay, 

Penobscot River, 

Lake Michigan, 

Perdido Bay, 

Lake Michigan, 

Albemarle Sound, . . . . 
Mississippi River, . . . . 

Arkansas River, 

Chesapeake Bay, 

Kankakee River, 

Staunton River, 

Lake Michigan, 

Arkansas River, 

Ouisconsin River, . . . . 
Mississippi River, . . . . 
Susquehanna, W. B. . . 

Tye River, 

St. Croix River, 



State. 



Ten. 

Va. 

F. T. 

F. T. 

Geo. 

Geo. 

N. C. 

Ken. 

Geo. 

Vt. 

F. T. 

Mo. 

F. T. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

Va. 

Vt. 

M.T. 

S. C. 

O. 

F. T. 

N. C. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Mi. 

N. C. 

Me. 

Me. 

Md. 

In. 

Md. 

M.T. 

R. L 

Al. 

Mi. 

F. T. 

II. 

M.T. 

II. 

Mo. 

Me. 

Me. 

M. T. 

F. T. 

M.T. 

N. C. 

Mo. 

A. T. 

Va. 

II. 

Va. 

M. T. 

A. T. 

M. T, 

Mo. T. 

Pa. 

Va. 

M.T. 



Ref. 
Letters 



Ek 

Qh 

Mq 

Jp 

Lo 

Lo 

Kk 

Ej 

Kp 

Ub 



Bh 

Jp 

Sb 

Re 

Ja 

Ke 

Ba 

Oi 

Ub 

Cc 

Ml 

Lg 



Rk 
Ri 

Se 
Fp 

Rj 
Za 
Ya 

Gh 

Rh 

Gb 

We 

lo 

Ep 

Ed" 
Eb 
Fd 

Dg 
Zb 

Za 

I c 

Gp 

c 

Rj 

Dh 
Ak 
Ri 
Fe 

o.i 

Hb 

Ak 

Ec 

Z Aa 

Qe 

Pi 

Ba 



Length. 

IU6~ 
40 
98 

170 

224 

225 
13 

945 
74 
74 
18 

393 
85 

135 

143 
20 
50 
41 
34 
98 

380 
60 
76 
28 

200 

110 
63 

270 
50 
35 
23 
99 
90 
90 

145 
57 

100 

297 
90 
46 
30 
10 
45 

300 
64 
65 
48 
54 
50 
27 
85 
50 

100 
45 
25 
47 

125 
80 
75 
16 
60 



TO THE RIVERS. 



171 



Rivers. 



.M 



Piscataquis, 

Pistaka, 

Platte, 

Pleasant, 

Pleasant, 

Po 

Pocomoke, 

Pole, 

Pomme de Terrc, 

Pomme de Terre, 

Pond, 

Pope's, 

Porcupine Quill, . . 

Portage, 

Portage, 

Portage, 

Poteau, 

Potomac, 

Potomac, F. 

Potomac, North Branch, 

Potomac, South Branch, 

Powell's, 

Prairie, 

Prairie, 

Prairie de la Crosse, 

Presqu' Isle, 

Quisibis, M . 

Quodotchquoik, or Green, . . . M . 

Racket, 

Rain, 

Rainy, 

Raisin, 

Rapid, 

Rapid, 

Rapidan, 

Rappahannock, 

Raritan, 

Rat, 

Ratones, F. 

Raystown Branch, 

Red, 

Red, 

Red 

Red, 

Red Carp, 

Red Cedar, 

Reddis, 

Reedy, 

Rcelfoot, 

Rcnnan's, 

Rice, 

Richland, 

Rivanna, 

River of the Four Lakes, 

River of the Mountain, 

Roanoke, 

Roanoke, 

Roaring, 

Robertson, 

Robertson's, 

Roche, 



Recipient. 



Penobscot River, 

Fo.v River, 

Lake Michigan, 

Piscataquis River, .... 
Pleasant River Bay, . . 
Mattapony River, .... 

Pocomoke Bay, 

Madawaska River, . . . 

Osage River, 

Neosho, or Grand River, 

Green River, 

Mississippi River, . . . 

Lake Pepin, 

Portage Bay, 

Huron River, 

St. Joseph's River, .... 

Arkansas River, 

Chesapeake Bay, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Potomac River, 

Potomac River, 

Clinch River, 

Arkansas River, 

St. Joseph's River, 

Mississippi River, .... 

Lake Superior, 

St. John's River, 

St. John's River, 

SL Lawrence River, . . 

Osage River, 

IlUnois River, . •. 

Lake Erie, 

Lake Huron, 

Mississippi River, .... 
Rappahannock River, . 

Chesapeake Bay, 

Raritan Bay, 

Wolf River, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Juniatta River, 

Mississippi River, .... 
Cumberland River, . . . 

Kentucky River, 

Green Bay, 

Lake Superior, 

Grand River, 

Yadkin River, 

Saluda River, 

Obion River, 

Little Wabash River, . . 
Lake Winnebago, .... 

Kaskaskia River, 

James River, 

Bad Fish River, 

Mississippi River, .... 

Staunton River, 

Albemarle Sound, .... 

Yadkin River, 

Rapidan River, 

Illinois River, 

Missouri River, 



State. 



Me. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

Me. 

Me. 

Va. 

Md. 

Me. 

Mo. 

Mo. T. 

Ken. 

II. 

M. T. 

O. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

Mo. T. 

Va. 

F. T. 

Md. 

Va. 

Ten. 

A.T. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

Me. 

Me. 

N. Y. 

Mo. 

II. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

Mo. T. 

Va. 

Va. 

N.J. 

M. T. 

F. T. 

Pa. 

La. 

Ten. 

Ken. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

N. C. 

S.C. 

Ten. 

II. 

M.T. 

II. 

Va. 

M.T. 

Mo. T. 

Va. 

N.C. 

N. C. 

Va. 

II. 

Mo. 




Ah 

ZBj 

Gi 

De 

B b 

Le 

Kd 

le 

Z Ak 

Rh 



Pg 

Pg 

Kj 

A k 

le 

Cc 

Ga 



Tb 

Ah 

Ef 

Ke 

Ja 

Bb 

Qh 

Ri 

Tf 

Gb 



Qf 
Co 

J 1 

Hb 

Ja 

Jd 

Mj 

LI 

u 

G 

E 

P 

F 

C 

Oi 

Rk 

Mj 

Ph 

Ee 

lib 



Length. 



7a 

67 
25 
48 
.38 
22 
43 
15 
95 

105 
46 
43 
15 
70 
20 
32 
96 

335 
37 

160 

112 

105 
28 
46 
80 
14 
20 
57 

140 
20 
25 
90 
16 
64 
67 

176 
71 
22 
19 
85 
1,500 
70 
48 
23 
18 
45 
13 
47 
57 
38 
24 
29 

155 
80 
50 
40 

370 
17 
28 

55 

50 



172 



CONSULTING INDEX 



Rivers. 



Rock, 

Rock, 

Rockcastle, .... 

Rockfish, 

Rocky, 

Rocky, 

Rocky, 

Rocky, 

Rocky, 

Roman's Creek, . 
Root, or Hoka, . 

Rouge, 

Rufus, 

Rum, 

Sabine, 

Sac, 

Saco, 

Sacondaga, .... 

Saginaw, 

St. Clair, 

St. Croix, 

St. Croix, 

St. Francis, .... 
St. Frangois, . . . 

St. John's, 

St. John's, 

St. John's, 

St. Joseph's, . . . 
St. Joseph's, . . . 

St. Lucie, 

St. Mark's, 

St. Mary's 

St. Mary's, 

St. Peter's, 

St. Regis, 

St. Sebastian, . . 
Salamanie, .... 

Saline, 

Saline, 

Saline, 

Saline, 

Salkehatchie, . . 

Salmon, 

Salmon, 

Salmon Falls, . . 

Salt, 

Salt 

Salt Creek, .... 

Saluda, 

Sandy, 

Sandy, 

Sandy, 

Sandy, 

Sangamon, .... 

Santa Fe, 

Santee, 

Sapelo, 

Saranac, 

Satilla, 

Savannah, 

Sawyer's, 



.F. 



.M, 

.f! 



Recipient. 



Tennessee River, .... 
Mississippi River, . . . 
Cumberland River, . . 

James River, 

Yadkin River, 

Savannah River, .... 
Gulf of Mexico, .... 

Caney Fork, 

Lake Erie, 

Charlotte Harbor, . . . 
Mississippi River, . . . 

Grand River, 

Chippewa River, .... 
Mississippi River, . . . 

Gulf of Mexico, 

Lake Michigan, 

Saco Bay, 

Hudson River, 

Saginaw Bay, 

Lake Huron, 

Passamaquoddy Bay, 

Lake St. Croix, < 

Mississippi River, . . . 
St. John's River, .... 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Lake St. George, .... 
Mississippi River, . . . 

Lake Michigan, 

Maumee River, 

St. Lucie Sound, .... 
Appalachie Bay, .... 
Cumberland Sound,. . 

Maumee River, 

Mississippi River, . . . 
St. Lawrence River, . 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Wabash River, 

Washita River, 

Raisin River, 

Little Calumet River, 

Ohio River, 

Combaliee River, .... 
E. B. Penobscot, .... 

Lake Ontario, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Ohio River, 

Mississippi River, . . . 
Sangamon River, .... 

Congaree River, 

Kennebcck River, . . . 

Broad Baj', 

Lake Micliigan, 

Sandy Bay, 

Illinois River, 

Suwanee River, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Sapelo Sound, 

Lake Champlain, .... 
St. Andrew's Sound, . 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Saco River, 



Slate. 



Al. 
II. 

Ken. 
Va. 
N. C. 
S. C. 
F. T. 
Ten. 
O. 

F. T. 
Mo. T. 
M. T. 
M. T. 
M. T. 
La. 
M. T. 
Me. 
N. Y. 
M. T. 
M. T. 
Me. 
M. T. 
A.T. 
Me. 
F. T. 
F. T. 
Mo. 
M. T. 
In. 
F.T. 
F. T. 
F.T. 
In. 

Mo. T. 
N. Y. 
F.T. 
In. 
A. T. 
M. T. 
In. 
II. 

S. C. 
Me. 
N. Y. 
Me. 
Ken. 
Mo. 
II. 

S. C. 
Me. 
S. C. 
M. T. 
M. T. 
II. 

F.T. 
S. C. 
Geo. 
N. Y. 
Geo. 
S.C. 
N. H. 



Ref. 
Letters. 



HI 
De 
Ji 
Pi 

Nk 
LI 



I k 
Me 



Cc 

Ic 

Ca 

Aa 

Z A 

G c 

Xc 

Uc 

Kc 

Ld 

BZ 

Ba 

Dl 



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Ej 

Hd 

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Jp 

Mp 

le 

Ab 

Ta 

Mq 

If 

B m 

Ke 

G e 

Fi 

Nn 

Za ■ 

Re 

Xc 

Ih 

Cg 

Ef 

Ml 

Yb 

Md 

la 

Kb 

Df 

Kq 

Om 

Mo 

Ub 

Mo 

Nn 

Wc 



Length. 

55~ 

285 

67 

22 

65 

38 

25 

2.3 

40 

70 

78 

44 

100 

127 

375 

36 

95 

66 

100 

37 

60 

140 

290 

65 

260 

75 

47 

170 

80 

55 

25 

93 

82 

400 

75 

16 

75 

160 

28 

20 

60 

55 

90 

54 

50 

110 

200 

96 

155 

GO 

17 

36 

26 

175 

57 

370 

12 

76 

180 

340 

27 



TO THE RIVEUS. 



173! 



Rivers. 



Schoharie Creek, 

Schuylkill 

Scilla 

Scioto, 

Scoupernong, 

Sequatxihy, 

Severn, 

Shallot, 

Shark, 

Sharks, 

Shelldrake, 

Shenandoah, 

Shenandoah, 

Sheepscut, 

Shiawassee, 

Siagus, , 

Sibley's, 

Sineniahoning- Creek, 

Sipsey, 

Sipsey, 

Skillicook, 

Slate, 

Small Fort, 

Smith's, 

Snake, 

Sockchoppee, 

Socktafatoota, 

South, 

South, 

South Anna, 

South Catawba, 

South Fabius, 

South Little, 

South Mayo, 

South Meherrin, 

South Newport, 

South Two Rivers, 

South Tyger, 

South Yadkin, 

Spring, 

Spring Creek, 

Spoon, 

Staunton, 

Stick, 

Stinhatchee, 

Stones, • 

Stono, 

Strong, 

Styx, 

Sucker, 

Sugar Creek, 

Susquehanna, 

Susquehanna, North Branch, 
Susquehanna, West Branch, 

Suwanee, 

Swan, 

Sweet Water, 

Swift, 

Swift, 

Ta, 

Tallapoosa, 



M 



Recipient. 



Mohawk River, 

Delaware River, 

Jykill Sound, 

Ohio River, 

Albemarle Sound, . . . , 

Tennessee River, 

Chesapeake Bay, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Chatham Bay, , 

Lake Superior, 

Potomac River, 

S. Fork Shenandoah,. . 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Saginaw River, - 

St. John's River, . . . . . 

Red River, , 

Susquehanna, W. B. . 
Black Warrior River, 
Tombeckbee River,. . , 
Mattawamkeag River, 

James River, , 

Lake Michigan, , 

Dan River, , 

St. Croix River, 

Ocklockony Bay, .... 
Tallashatchec River,. , 
S. Fork Shenandoah,. , 
Cape Fear River, . . . . , 
Pamunky River, . . . . , 

Catawba River, 

Mississippi River, . . . , 

Red River, 

Mayo River, 

Meherrin River, 

Sapelo Sound, 

Mississippi River, . . . . 

Tyger River, 

Yadkin River, 

Big Black River, 

Flint River, 

Illinois River, 

Roanoke River, 

Green Bay, 

Gulf of Mexico, 

Cumberland River, . . . 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Pearl River, 

Bayou Rocheblave, . . . 

Lake Superior, 

Wabash River, 

Chesapeake Bay, 

Susquehanna River, . . 

Susquehanna River, . . 

Gulf of Mexico, 

Lake St. Clair, 

Black Water River,. . . 

Androscoggin River,. . 

Saco River, 

Mattapony River, .... 

Alabama River,. 



Stale. 



N. Y. 

Pa. 

Geo. 

O. 

N. C. 

Ten. 

.Md. 

N. C. 

N.J. 

F. T. 

M. T. 

Va. 

Va. 

Me. 

M. T. 

Mc. 

La. 

Pa. 

Al. 

Al. 

Mc. 

Va. 

II. 

N. C. 

M. T. 

F. T. 

Mi. 

Va. 

N.C. 

Va. 

N.C. 

Mo. 

La. 

N.C. 

Va. 

Geo. 

Mo. 

S. C. 

N.C. 

A. T. 

Geo. 

II. 

Va. 

M. T. 

F. T. 

Ten. 

S.C. 

Mi. 

Al. 

M. T. 

In. 

Md. 

Pa. 

Pa. 

F. T. 

M. T. 

F. T. 

Me. 

N. H. 

Va. 

Al. 



Rtf. 
Lptiers. 



Td 

S? 
Mo 
Lh 
R k 
I k 
Rh 
Pm 
Tf 



Ja 


Qs 


Ph 


Yc 


Kc 


Ao'" 


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Gm 


Fm 


Za 


Pi 


Gd 


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Ba 


Jp 


D m 


Ph 


PI 


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Mk 


Cff 


Z An 


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Ml 


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Df 


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Nn 


Do 


Gp 


la 


Gff 


Kg 


Rf 


Rf 


Kq 


Lb 


Gp 


Xb 


Wc 


Qh 


Hn 



Length. 
73" 

i3t; 

32 

200 
18 
72 
17 
Ij 
14 
76 
18 

15G 

100 
62 
80 
18 
33 
52 
50 

100 
30 
15 
28 
54 
45 
42 
33 
3G 
97 
60 
64 
48 

100 
38 
18 
29 
17 
38 
50 
90 
78 

125 

184 
50 
20 
63 
25 
53 
20 
25 
90 

460 

322 

190 

230 

12 

30 

23 

24 

20 
200 



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174 



CONSULTING INDEX 



Rivers. 



Tallashatchee, . 
TalleeHallee,.. 
Tallee Hooma, . 

Tangipao, 

Tar 

Tarhio, 

Tellico, 

Telogee, 

Ten Mile, 

Tennessee, . . . . 

Tensas, 

Tensaw, 

Thames, 

Thornapple, . . . 
Thunderbay, . . . 

Tickfah, 

Tiger 

Timoka, 

Tioga, 

Tippecanoe, . . . 
Titibawassee, . . 
Toby's Creek, . . 

Toe, 

Toladi, 

Tombeckbee, . . 

Tom's 

Tonnewanta, . . 
Tonguamenon, . 

Toxaway, 

Trent, 

Tuckahoe, 

Tuckaseegee, . . 

Tugaloo, 

Tug Fork, 

Turkey, 

Turtle, 



Turtle, 

Twin, 

Twin, 

Tye 

Tyger, 

Uharie, 

Union, 

Upper Iowa, 

Upper Little, 

Valley 

Vance, 

Verdigris, 

Vermillion, 

Vermillion, 

Vermillion, 

Vermillion, 

Wabash, ... 

Waccamaw, 

Wahlahgas, or Allagash,. . 

Waite's, 

Wakulla, 

Wallkill 

Walloostook, 

Wando, 

Ware, 



Recipient. 



.M. 



.M. 



False River, 

Leaf River, 

Leaf River, , 

Lake Pontchartrain, . 

Pamlico River, 

Missouri River, . . . . , 
Tennessee River, ... 
Ochlockony River, . . 
Delaware River, ... 

Ohio River, 

Washita River, 

Mobile Bay, 

Atlantic Ocean, .... 

Grand River, 

Thunder Bay, 

Lake Maurepas, .... 

Broad River, 

Halifax River, 

Susquehanna, N. B.. 

Wabash River, 

Saginaw River, . . . 
Allegheny River, . . . 
Nolichucky River,. . 
Temiscouata Lake, . 

Mobile River, 

Barnegat Inlet, .... 

Niagara River, 

Lake Superior, 

Keowee, 

Neuse, 

Atlantic Ocean, .... 
Tennessee River, . . . 
Savannah River, . . . 
Big Sandy River, . . 
Mississippi River, . . 
St. Simon's Sound, . . 

Rock River, 

Lake Michigan,. . . . 

Lake Superior, 

James River, 

Missouri River, .... 

Yadkin River, 

Atlantic Ocean, .... 
Mississippi River, . . 
Cape Fear River, . . . 
Hiwassec River, . . . 

Lake Erie, 

Arkansas River, .... 
Vermillion Bay,. . . . 

Lake Erie, 

Illinois River, 

Osage River, 

Ohio River, 

Atlantic Ocean, .... 
Walloostook River, . 
Connecticut River, . 
Ocklockony Bay, . . . 

Hudson River, 

St. John's, 

Charleston Harbor, . 
Connecticut River,. . 



State. 



Mi. 

Mi. 

Mi. 

La. 

N. C. 

Mo. T. 

Ten. 

F. T. 

N. Y. 

Ken. 

La. 

Al. 

Ct 

M. T. 

M. T. 

La. 

S. C. 

F. T. 

Pa. 

In. 

M. T. 

Pa. 

N. C. 

Me. 

Al. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

M. T. 

S.C. 

N. C. 

N.J. 

N. C. 

Geo. 

Va. 

Mo. T. 

Geo. 

II. 

M. T. 

M. T. 

Va. 

Mo. 

N. C. 

Me. 

Mo. T. 

N. C. 

N. C. 

M. T. 

Mo. T. 

La. 

O. 

II. 

Mo. 

In. 

S.C. 

Me. 

Vt. 

F. T. 

N. Y. 

Me. 

S.C. 

Mas. 



Ref. 
Letters. 



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Eo 

Eo 

Dp 

Qk 

ZBf 

Jk 

Jp 

Se 

Fi 

Bo 

Fp 

Ve 

Id 

Kb 

Dp 

Ml 

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Ja 

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Kk 

LI 

Lh 

Dd 

Mo 

Fd 

Hb 

la 

Pi 

Ag 

Nk 

Zb 

Cc 

Pk 

Jk 

Ke 

ZBk 

Bq 

Le 

Ee 

Ah 

Fi 

Om 

Vh" 
Jp 

Ue 

Nn' 

Vd 



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64~ 
67 
84 
75 

157 
60 
50 
34 
12 

850 

128 
20 
95 
75 
80 
68 
46 
11 

100 
67 

100 
88 
17 
25 

350 
26 
84 
20 
24 
55 
18 
45 
80 

125 

135 
37 
40 
26 
19 
32 
50 
41 
52 

180 
43 
26 
11 

180 
75 
40 
78 
32 

477 

135 
65 
23 
16 
85 

142 
17 
55 



TO THE RIVERS. 



175 



Rivers. 

Warren, 

Washita, 

Wassataquiok, 

Wataga, 

Watcree, 

Waubesepimcon, 

Waupankay, 

West Fork, 

West Fork, 

West Fork, 

West Sandy, 

Whetstone, 

White, 

White, 

White, 

White,.... 

White Oak, 

White Oak, 

White Water Creek, 

White Wolf, 

Wicomico, 

Wild Cat Creek, 

Williams, 

Willis, 

Wills' Creek, 

Wimico, 

Witlilacoochee, 

Wolf, 

Wolf, 

Wolf, 

Wolkey, 

Wools, 

Wyaconda, 

Wytopidlock, 

Yadkin, 

Yalo Busha, 

Yazoo, 

Yazoo Mongon, 

Yellow, 

Yellow 

Yellow, 

Yellow Water, 

Yeopim, 

York, 

Youghiogeny, . 

Young's, F 

Yungar, or Niarjrua. 



Recipient. 

Roanoke River, . . . 

Red River, 

E. B. Penobscot River, 

Holston River, 

Santee River, 

Mississippi River, .... 

Wolf River 

Big Sandy River, .... 

White River, 

Grand River, 

Big Sandy River, .... 

Scioto River, 

Connecticut River, . . . 
Mississippi River, .... 

Lake Michigan, 

Wabash River, 

Atlantic Ocean, 

Tennessee River, 

St. Francis River, .... 
Mississippi River, .... 

Chesapeake Bay, 

Wabash River, 

Gauley River, 

James River, 

Muskingum River, . . . 
Appalachicola River,. . 

Suwanee River, 

St. Louis Bay, 

Mississippi River, .... 

Missouri River, 

Tombeckbee River,. . . 

Lake Michigan, 

Mississippi River, . . . . 
Mattawamkeag River, 
Great Pedee River, . . . 

Yazoo River, 

Mississippi River, .... 

Pearl River, 

Ocmulgee River, 

St. Croix River, 

Kankakee River, 

Yellow Water Bay, . . 
Albemarle Sound, .... 

Chesapeake Bay, 

Monongahela River, . . 

Chatham Bay, 

Osage River, 



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GENERAL VIEW 



OF 



THE UNITED STATES. 



The United States of America are situated between 24° 20' and 54^" 
40' N. Latitude, and Longitude 10° E. and 55° 40' W. from Washington 
City. This vast region is bounded on the north by the British and Rus- 
sian Possessions, east by New Brunswick and the Atlantic Ocean, south 
by the Gulf of Mexico and the Mexican Territories, and west by the Pa- 
cific Ocean. It has an outline of about 10,000 miles, and contains with- 
in its immense perimeter near 2,300,000 square miles. No government 
in the world, excepting that of Russia, exercises territorial jurisdiction 
over so large an extent of connected country. 

Its extreme length, from the Pacific Ocean to Passamaquoddy Bay, is 
about 3,000 miles ; and its greatest breadth, from the Lake of the Woods 
to the southern point of Florida, is estimated to be 1,700 miles. The 
boundary line, between the United States and Great Britain, commences 
at Passamaquoddy Bay, and extends along the St. Croix river to the Monu- 
ment at its source ; thence to the Highlands, which separate the waters that 
fall into the Atlantic from those which descend to the St. Lawrence river ; 
thence along those Highlands, m a south-western direction, to the parallel 
of 45° N. Latitude ; thence along that parallel to the river St. Lawrence ; 
thence up that river, and through the middle of the great lakes, Ontario, 
Erie, Huron, and Superior — proceeding from the last by the Grand Portage 
and Rainy Lake river to the Lake of "the Woods ; thence it proceeds, on 
the parallel of 49° N. Latitude, to the Rocky Mountains : the boundary 
from thence to the Pacific is as yet undecided as regards Great Britain ; 
but by a convention between the United States and Russia, of April 5th, 
1824, the title of the former power to the country west of the mountains 
is conceded, and the boundary line between the territories of the two 
nations placed at 54° 40' N. Latitude. The boundary on the side of Mex- 
ico, as ratified by a treaty with Spain in 1819, begins on the Gulf of Mex- 
ico, at the mouth of Sabine river, and proceeds along the west bank of 
that river to Lat. 32° N. ; thence by a line due north to Red river ; thence 
up that river to the meridian of 100° west of Greenwich, or 23° west of 
Washington City ; then along that meridian to the Arkansas ri\-cr; thence 
up the south bank of that river to its source ; thence due north, or south, 
as the case may be, to the parallel of Lat. 42° N. ; and thence on that 
parallel to the Pacific Ocean. 

More than half of the territory included within these limits contains few 
or no settlements, and is not formed into States. This immense country 
has every variety of surface, embracing vast ranges of mountains, and 
extensive plains and valleys. 



178 GENERAL VIEW OF 



The United States are intersected by two principal and two subordinate 
ranges of Mountains — the Rocky and Alleghany, the Ozark and Green 
mountains. The Rocky Mountain range, taken in connexion with the 
Cordillera of Mexico, of which they form a part, extend from the Isthmus 
of Darien to the Arctic Ocean, a distance c^ upwards of 5,000 miles. It 
forms the great dividing ridge of North America, separating the waters 
which flow, in opposite directions, towards the great oceans which bound 
the opposite sides of the continent. They are situated at a medium dis- 
tance of about 600 miles from the Pacific. The highest of these moun- 
tains rise above the line of perpetual congelation, being estimated at about 
12,000 feet in height. 

The Alleghany range runs in a north-easterly direction from the north- 
ern part of Alabama to New York, stretching along, in uniform ridges, aX 
the distance of from 250 to 80 miles from the sea-coast, and following its 
general direction. The several ridges are known by different names, as 
the Blue Ridge, Cumberland Mountain, Jackson's Mountain, North Moun- 
tain, Laurel Mountain, &c. The average altitude is about 2,500 feet : the 
Peaks of Otter in Virginia, the most elevated of the Blue Ridge, attain, 
however, a height of 3,955 feet above the Ocean. This range occupies 
in breadth a space of from 60 to 120 miles, and separates the waters 
which run into the Atlantic Ocean, from those which flow into the Missis- 
sippi and its tiibutaries. 

The Green Mountains extend from Connecticut, through Massachusetts 
and Vermont, to Canada, dividing the Atlantic rivers from those of Lake 
Champlain and the St. Lawrence. Some of the peaks of this range attain 
considerable elevation: Killington and Shrewsbury peaks, the Camel's 
Rump, and Mansfield Mountain, are the most prominent, and are, respec- 
tively, 3,924, 4,034, 4,188, and 4,279 feet in altitude. 

In New Hampshire and Maine, are found many considerable elevations, 
which are not connected with any systematic range, but are scattered in 
detached groups. The White Mountains in New Hampshire, are the most 
considerable ; their principal peaks being the highest in the Union east of 
the Rocky Mountains. They are distinguished by the names of Washing, 
ton, Franklin, Adams, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, and Pleasant. Mount 
Washington is 6,428 feet in height. They are covered with snow ten 
months in the year, and are often seen from a great distance at sea, and fre- 
quently before any intermediate land, although they are at least 65 miles in 
the nearest direction from the coast. The wild and sublime character of their 
scenery, causes them to be annually visited by numerous travellers. The 
ascent to their summits is attended with considerable fatigue, and has been 
surmounted in a few instances by ladies. The view is rendered uncom- 
monly grand and picturesque, by the magnitude of the elevation, the extent 
and variety of the surrounding sceriery, and above all, by the huge and 
desolate piles of rocks extending to a great distance in every direction. In 
the western pass of these mountains, there is a remarkable gap called the 
Notch, which is esteemed one of the grandest natural curiosities in the 
United States. To an admirer of the wonders of nature, the passage 
through the Notch, and the views from the summit, afford a rich repast. 
Though inferior to the Andes or the Alps in elevation, yet they display the 
grandest mountain scenery, surpassing everything of the kind to be seen 
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the State of Maine, has been found by late observation to be 5,335 feet in 
height : the view from its summit is fine and varied, and extends over 80 
or 100 miles. From it may be seen 63 lakes, which are tributary to the 
Penobscot, St. John's, Kennebeck, and other rivers. The other principal 
heights in Maine are Wassataquoik Mountain, 5,245 feet, Mt. Abraham, 
Mt. Bigelow, Speckled Mountain, and others. They arc all about 4,000 
feet in elevation. 

The Ozark Mountains extend from Texas, through the western part of 
the Territory of Arkansas, into the lead-mine region of Missouri. Their 
general direction is nearly similar to that of the Alleghany range. They 
give rise to the White, St. Francis, Gasconade, Osage, and other rivers. 
Their general altitude is supposed to be about 3,000 feet above the sea. 
No scientific examination of them has as yet been made. Tliey are like- 
wise denominated the Masserne Mountains by some writers, from Mount 
Cerne, one of their peaks. 

The territory of the United States is washed by three seas, the Atlantic 
Ocean on the east, the Gulf of Mexico on the south, and the Pacific 
Ocean on the west. 

The principal Bays and Sounds on the Atlantic border are, Passama- 
quoddy Bay, which lies between the State of Maine and the British prov- 
ince of New Brunswick ; Massachusetts Bay, between Cape Ann and Cape 
Cod, on the coast of Massachusetts ; Long Island Sound, between Long 
Island and the coast of Connecticut ; Delaware Bay, between Cape May 
and Cape Henlopen, which separates New Jersey from Delaware ; Chesa- 
peake Bay, which communicates with the Ocean between Cape Charles 
and Cape Henry, and extends in a northern direction for 200 miles through 
the States of Virginia and Maryland ; and Albemarle and Pamlico sounds, 
on the coast of North Carolina. 

In the Gulf of Mexico, the principal bays are Chatham Bay, near the 
southern extremity of the Peninsula of Florida ; Appalachie Bay, into which 
the Ocklockny and St. Mark's rivers discharge their waters ; and Mobile 
Bay, in Alabama. 

in the Pacific — the Gulf of Georgia is the most important inlet on the 
western coast of the United States : it separates Quadra and Vancouver's 
Island from the main land, and is about 120 miles in length from north to 
south, and from 5 to 20 miles in width. 

The Great Lakes form an important feature in the Geography of the 
Western Continent. These mighty inland seas have no parallel in any 
other part of the world. The vast assemblage of waters, the immeni^e 
basin in which they are embodied, the great arteries which supply them, 
and the rapid increase of population on their shores, together with their 
relative position between two powerful nations, render them objects of 
peculiar interest. They present a continuous water-course of upwards of 
2,000 miles, and find their way to the Ocean by the river and bay of St. 
Lawrence. The rapid advance of population on both the American and 
British sides, has caused the bosoms of these remote waters to be whitened 
by the sails of commerce. The smoke of numerous steam-vessels is seen 
ascending amid their green islands ; and the day is not far distant when 
the shores of most of them will count hundreds of populous towns, the 
abode of an intelligent and busy population. 

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with Huron and Michigan, remarkable for its great depth, and the peculiar 
transparency of its waters— a circumstance noticed from the earliest period 
since they have been known to civilized man. They are as much affected 
by storms as the Ocean, the waves run as high, and are equally dangerous 
to navigators. They all abound in many kinds of fine fish, of which the 
white fish is the most valuable, having latterly become an article of com- 
merce to a considerable amount. Lake Superior is estimated at 480 miles 
in length, 190 in the widest part, and about 1,700 in circumference. It is 
900 feet deep, and the surface of its waters is elevated 641 feet above the 
level of the Ocean. It embosoms a considerable number of islands, of 
which Isle Royale, Phillippeau, and Michippicotten, are the principal. It 
receives many rivers, none of which, however, are of much magnitude. 
The shores, particularly on the northern side, are walled with frowning 
and lofty precipices of granite rock. The Pictured Rocks, on the south 
side, so called from their picturesque appearance, are a remarkable natural 
curiosity. They form a perpendicular wall extending near 12 miles, and 
are 300 feet high, presenting a great variety of romantic projections and 
indentations. The waters of Lake Superior unite with those of Huron by 
the river or strait of St. Mary, about 30 miles in length, with a fall of 23 
feet between the two lakes, which prevents communication, except in small 
boats and canoes. Lakes Huron and Michigan have a common level of 
618 feet above the Atlantic, and, with Lake Superior, exhibit the unique 
spectacle of vast masses of water elevated more than 600 feet above the 
Ocean, while the bottom of their beds are 300 below it. 

Lake Huron is divided into two portions by the Manitouline chain of 
islands, in connexion with the peninsula of Cabot's Head. The eastern 
part is Lake Manitouline, containing a surface of about 7,500 square miles. 
Huron proper is 265 miles in length, and from 60 to 70 in width, having 
a superficies of about 20,000 square miles. 

Lake Michigan is wholly within the territory of the United States, and 
is connected with Huron by the Strait of Michillimackinac. Mackinaw, 
an island in this strait, is a place of considerable trade, has a custom- 
house, and is a port of entry. This lake is about 320 miles in length, and 
from 55 to 60 miles wide, with an area of 16,200. Many rivers flow into 
it, of which but few are navigable to any extent. The country around the 
head of this lake is settling rapidly : many new counties have been organ- 
ized on its eastern shores, and the mildness of the climate, the excellence 
of the soil, and the probable speedy junction of its waters with those of the 
Mississippi, will shortly fill this portion of the West with population and 
wealth. By the St. Clair river, of 35 miles course, the waters of Huron 
rapidly descend to the St. Clair, a shallow lake of about 90 miles in cir- 
cuit. Detroit river connects lakes St. Clair and Erie. This lake is 270 
miles in length, and from 30 to 60 %vide ; its depth of water varying from 
1 to 200 feet, and its elevation above the Ocean 565 feet, with an area of 
9,500 sq. miles. The commerce of this lake is already estimated at about 
40,000 tons annually, and is rapidly increasing. Its position is highly 
favorable to its becoming the centre of a vast inland navigation. To the 
already completed channels of commercial connexion, others will be added 
that will eventually swell its trade to an immense amount. 

By the Niagara river the whole surplus waters of the upper lakes are 
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and one of the most sublime and magnificent of Nature's works. By Goat 
Island, the water is divided into two portions : the greatest mass descends 
on the Canadian side, and is 154 feet in perpendicular depth; on the Amer- 
ican side of the river, the amount of water is much less, but the depth is 
greater, being 160 feet. The noise of these falls is frequently heard 50 
miles distant, and the cloud of vapor thrown up is often seen 70 miles. 
The descent from Lake Erie to Ontario is 329 feet. The river is in length 
about 37 miles, and enters Lake Ontario on its southern shore, near its 
western extremity. This lake is about 190 miles in length, by an average 
width of 40 : it is in circuit 600 miles, 500 feet in depth, and is elevated 
above tide- water at Albany 231. Its navigation is extensive, and rapidly 
increasing. The shores are generally rather low, and in some places 
marshy. It dlecnarges its surplus waters into the St. Lawrence river, 
which is broad, and rendered unnavigable in its upper course by islands 
and rapids. In consequence of this, most of the commerce of the lake 
finds its way to New York. 

The remaining lakes of any magnitude in the United States are Cham- 
plain in New York, Winnipiseogee in New Hampshire, and Moose Head 
in Maine. 

Lake Champlain separates the States of New York and Vermont, and 
is in extent 140 miles nearly north and south. It is generally narrow and 
deep, and from half a mile to 12 miles wide. It is connected with the 
Hudson river by the Champlain canal, and with the St. Lawrence river by 
the Sorelle, or Richelieu. Large and elegant steam-boats ply daily between 
Whitehall and St. John's, Lower Canada, which touch at the principal 
places, and numerous travellers are constantly passing and repassing this 
route. During the season of navigation, the lake freezes deep for several 
months, and is usually travelled with land vehicles from December to March. 

Lake Winnipiseogee is one of the most picturesque sheets of water in 
New England. It is very irregular in form, and contains a number of 
islands, some of which are cultivated. A steam-boat plies between the 
northern and southern extremities, in connexion with a line of stages that 
run from Boston to Lancaster. The lake is about 22 miles long, and from 
1 to 8 miles wide. 

3Ioose Head Lake is situated in the central parts of Maine. It is of an 
irregular form, about 38 miles in length, and from 2 to 12 wide. The 
country in its vicinity is but thinly inhabited. The main branch of Ken- 
nebeck river flows from it. Around it, at various distances, are situated 
some of the highest mountains in Maine. 

The Rivers which water the territory of the United States are numer- 
ous, and some of them among the most important in the world. No por- 
tion of the globe possesses greater facilities for inland navigation and trade, 
or is more generally intersected with large and navigable streams. They 
may be divided into four great classes : 1st. The streams which rise on 
the east side of the Alleghany mountains, and jlow into the Atlantic 
Ocean ; 2d. Those south of the Alleghany range, xchich discharge them- 
selves into the Gulf of Mexico ; 3d. The Mississippi and its wide tribu- 
taries, which drain the waters of the vast valley included between the 
Rocky and Alleghany ranges ; and 4th. The rivers which, rising on the 
western declivity of the Rocky Mountains, direct their course to the Pa- 
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The Penobscot is the largest river that has its course wholly in the State 
of Maine. Its western, or principal branch, rises in the western part of 
the State, in the table-land which forms part of the boundary between the 
United States and Canada. It flows through Chesuncook and Bamedump- 
kok lakes, and unites with the east branch bout 50 miles from Bangor. 
It joins the Penobscot Bay between the towns of Penobscot and Prospect. 
It is navigable for vessels of considerable burden to Bangor, where naviga- 
tion and the tide terminate. Large quantities of timber are exported from 
the sea-ports on the river and bay. The course of this river is near 300 
miles. 

Kennebeck River is, next to the Penobscot, the largest in Maine. It is 
the outlet of Moose Head lake, the most considerable in the State. The 
soil on its banks is fertile, and well adapted to agriculture and pasturage. 
It is navigable for vessels of 150 tons to Hallowell, 40 miles from the sea. 
Its whole course is about 230 miles. 

Connecticut River, the most important stream in New England, rises in 
the highlands separating the United States from Canada. In its course 
south it forms the boundary between the States of New Hampshire and 
Vermont, and passing through Massachusetts and Connecticut, flows into 
Long Island Sound, after a course of upwards of 400 miles. It is navi- 
gable to Hartford for large steam-boats, and vessels of 8 feet draught ; also 
for small steam-boats to Wells river, in Vermont, more than 200 miles 
above Hartford. The head waters of this river are elevated 1,600 feet 
above Long Island Sound. Its banks present to the eye every variety of 
scenery ; — magnificent mountains and hills, delightful valleys and meadows, 
unsurpassed in beauty and fertility, and many of the most beautiful towns 
and villages in New England. 

The Hudson River rises west of Lake Champlain in numerous branches, 
and pursuing nearly a straight southerly course of about 320 miles, unites 
with the Atlantic below the city of New York. This is one of the most 
important rivers in the United States. The navigation and commerce on 
its waters are very great, and annually increasing. By means of the Erie 
and Champlain canals, it is connected with Lake Erie and the St. Lawrence 
river. It is navigable for ships of large burden to Hudson city, and for 
the largest steam-boats to Albany and Troy. 

Delaware River rises in New York, and flowing south, separates Penn- 
sylvania from New York and New Jersey, and falls into Delaware bay, 
after a course of about 310 miles, below New Castle. It is navigable for 
vessels of the greatest burden to Philadelphia, and for small craft to the 
head of the tide at Trenton, above which city it is navigable 100 miles for 
boats of 8 or 9 tons. 

Susquehannah River, one of the largest in Pennsylvania, is formed by 
its north and west branches, which unite at Northumberland. It thence 
flows S. and SE. into the head of Chesapeake Bay, in Maryland. It is li 
miles wide at its mouth, but is navigable only aljout 5 miles for sloops. 
Canals are in progress for the improvement of its navigation. Its north, 
or longest branch, rises in Otsego lake, New York, from whence to its 
mouth is about 460 miles. 

The Potomac River rises in two branches in the Alleghany Mountains, 
and forms, during its course to Chesapeake Bay, the boundary between 
Virginia and Maryland. It is 7^ miles wide at its mouth, and is naviga- 



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ble for vessels of large burthen to Washington city. Its junction at Har-; 
per's Ferry with the Shenandoah, is regarded as a great curiosity. Its 
length is about 335 miles. i 

James River is formed by the union of Jackson and Cowpasture rivers, i 
below the junction of which it is first known as James river. It pursues 
a course of upwards of 400 miles, and unites with the south part of Ches- 
apeake Bay at Hampton Roads. It is navigable for sloops to Richmond, 
where the Great Falls formerly presented an obstruction, but a canal has 
been made around them, and the river is now navigable for batteaux 230 
miles above the city. 

Savannah River is formed by the union of the Tugcloo and Kcowce 
rivers. It separates South Carolina from Georgia, and enters the Atlantic 
17 miles below Savannah, to which city it is navigable for vessels of large 
burden. Steam-boats ascend the river to Augusta, above which place are 
falls. Beyond these, navigation for boats extends to the junction of Tage- 
loo and Keowee. 

Appalachicola, which discharges itself into the bay of the same name, 
is formed by the union of the Chattahoochee and Flint rivers, the former 
of which rises in the north part of Georgia, and, flowing south, receives 
Flint river at the south-west extremity of Georgia. This river is naviga- 
ted to Columbus by steam-boats. From Miller's bend, it forms the bounda- 
ry between Georgia and Alabama. In its lower course, it is for a few 
miles the boundary between the former State and Florida. On its head- 
waters are numerous gold-mines. The Appalachicola and Chattahoochee 
united, are about 425 miles in length. 

The Mobile River is formed by the junction of the Alabama and Tom- 
beckbee rivers, 40 miles above Mobile. After a course of a few miles, it 
separates into two branches, the western of which retains the name of the 
Mobile, and the eastern, which is the largest and deepest, is called the 
Tensaw. Both flow into Mobile bay, between Mobile and Blakely. The 
head-waters of the Alabama rise in the gold-region of Georgia, not far 
from the sources of the Chattahoochee, and after a south-west course of 
near 500 miles, form a junction with the Tombeckbee. Steam-boats ascend 
to Montgomery, a distance, by the meanders of the rivers, of near 300 
miles. 

The Mississippi is the largest river of North America, and ought to be 
considered the noblest in the world — watering a more fertile region, and 
having a larger course of uninterrupted navigation, than any other known 
stream. Its course — taken in connexion with its mighty auxiliary, the 
Missouri — is estimated at 4,490 miles in length. The space drained by 
its waters is supposed to exceed 1,300,000 square miles, being upwards of 
two-thirds of the whole territory of the United States, or about one twenty- 
eighth part of the terraqueous surface of the globe. In no portion of the 
world has the triumph of art over the obstacles of nature been so complete. 
The introduction of steam-navigation has been productive of immense ad- 
vantages, and has been carried to a greater extent than on any other river. 
From its commencement in iSll to the present time, about 600 steam- 
vessels have been built and navigated on these waters. The present num- 
ber is about 300, with an aggregate of 50,000 tons. The boats vary in 
tonnage from 75 or 80 to 540 tons. Voyages that formerly occupied three 
months in ascending the stream, are now performed in ten days. The 



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Mississippi proper rises west of Lake Superior, in a dreary and desolate 
region, amidst lakes and swamps, and, after pursuing a south-east course 
of about 600 miles, reaches the falls of St. Anthony, where it descends 
perpendicularly 16 feet, and where are 58 feet of rapids. Thence it flows 
a south-easterly, and then southerly directior ; and after forming the bound- 
ary between Missouri, Arkansas Territory, and Louisiana, on the west, 
and Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Mississippi, on the east, discharges 
its waters, through many mouths, into the Gulf of Mexico. It is nearly 
3,000 miles long, and is navigable for steam-boats to the falls of St. An- 
thony. The following are the principal tributaries of the Mississippi from 
the west : 

The St. Peter'' s, which joins it at Fort Snelling, about 10 miles below 
the falls of St. Anthony, is a stream of about 400 miles, flowing a south- 
east course. 

The Des Moines, a river of about 400 miles in length, enters the Mis- 
sissippi about 130 miles above the Missouri. 

The Missouri enters the Mississippi river about 18 miles above St. Louis, 
after a course of 3,217 miles. Although it loses its name at its confluence 
with the latter, it is much the longer stream of the two ; but the Mississip- 
pi, having been first discovered and explored, has retained its name to the 
Gulf of Mexico. This error being now past remedy, the Missouri must 
be considered as a tributary of the Mississippi. It is formed of numerous 
branches, which rise among the Rocky Mountains, between the parallels 
of 42° and 48° N. Latitude. The most remote are the Jefferson, Madison, 
and Gallatin rivers. The only obstruction that occurs to its navigation is 
at the Great Falls, a distance of 2,575 miles from the Mississippi. Here 
the river descends 362 feet in 18 miles : the descent is by four great pitches 
or cataracts, of 98, 19, 49, and 26 feet, respectively. The width of the 
river is about 350 yards, and the cataracts are considered to be, next to 
those of Niagara, the grandest in the world. About 100 miles above, is 
the place called the Gates of the Rocky Mountains. This river was lately 
ascended by a steam-vessel 300 miles above the Yellow Stone, a distance 
from the mouth of the Mississippi of 3,460 miles. 

The largest tributaries of the Missouri are, the Yellow Stone, of 1,100 
miles in length, the Platte or Shallow river, of 1,600 miles course, and the 
Kanzas, of 1,200 miles in length. They all rise in the Rocky Mountains, 
and flow through a flat prairie country, inhabited by a widely scattered 
Indian population. 

The Arkansas is, after the Missouri, the most considerable tributary of 
the Mississippi from the west. It rises in the Rocky Mountains, in the 
vicinity of the sources of the Rio del Norte, Rio Colorado of California, 
and Lewis' river. Its length of course is variously estimated at from 2,000 
t6 2,500 miles. It flows in a SE. direction, and forms, for a considerable 
distance, the boundary between the United States and Mexico. After run- 
ning through Arkansas Territory from west to east, it enters the Mississip- 
pi river about 540 miles below the Missouri. Steam-boats can generally 
ascend this river to the mouth of the Canadian, its largest tributary, and 
occasionally to Cantonment Gibson, situated on Grand River, two miles 
from its junction with the Arkansas, and 640 from the Mississippi river. 

The Red River is the first tributary stream of any note which enters 
the Mississippi, in ascending from its mouth. It has a course of about 



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1,500 miles, and flows through immense prairies of a red soil. On its 
banks is the favorite range of the buffalo, and other game peculiar to the 
vast western ocean of prairies. About 30 leagues above Natchitoches 
commences the Raft, an immense accumulation of fallen trees and drift- 
wood, which blocks up the river for a distance of 60 or 70 miles. Exer- 
tions are making, by the General Government, for the removal of this 
obstruction, which is considered to be practicable ; and, when completed, 
will open a navigation of 1,000 miles into the interior. The country above 
the Raft is considered to be uncommonly favorable for settlement : "the soil 
is of the first quality, with a beautiful intermixture of prairie and timber- 
land. 

The principal tributaries of the Mississippi which flow into it from the 
eastward are — 

Chippeway River, which, after a course of more than 200 miles, enters 
the Mississippi at the lower end of Lake Pepin. It is navigable for canoes 
150 miles. On the Menomonie branch of this river, about 45 miles from 
the Mississippi, settlements are forming on a tract of 8 or 9 million acres 
of land belonging to the New York Mississippi Land Company. A town- 
ship of 6 miles square has been laid out, and the towns of Fairport and 
Bloomingport founded. Much of the land in the vicinity is of a good quali- 
ty, and the climate salubrious. 

The Ouisconsin River joins the Mississippi about 4 or 5 miles below 
the town of Prairie du Chien. In part of its course it approaches so near 
the Fox River of Green Bay, as to leave a portage of only 1^ miles. It 
is one of the great natural channels of communication between the lakes 
and the Mississippi. Though rapid in its current, it is unimpeded by dan- 
gerous cataracts or shoals. 

The Elinois River enters the Mississippi 1 8 miles above the Missouri, 
after a course of more than 400 miles. It is near a quarter of a rnile wide 
at its mouth, and has a remarkably smooth, gentle current. It is ascended 
by steam-boats 200 miles, and small boats have frequently passed, especial- 
ly in wet seasons, from the Des Plaines, one of its branches, to the Chica- 
go river, and thence into Lake Michigan ! A canal is about to be com- 
menced for the purpose of connecting this river with the waters of Lake 
Michigan. 

The Ohio River is the largest eastern tributary of the Mississippi. At 
its junction, and for 100 miles above, it is as large as the parent stream. 
This river, from its commencement, affords the most delightful prospects. 
Tributaries of romantic and beautiful character come in almost at equal 
distances, as lateral canals. Its bottoms are of extraordinary depth and 
fertility. It is diversified with 100 considerable islands, many of them of 
exquisite beauty, and affording the most lovely situations for retired farms. 
The Ohio is formed by the union of the Alleghany and Monongahela rivers 
at Pittsburg. It flows in a south-westeriy direction for 945 miles, separa- 
ting the States of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois, from Virginia and Kentucky, 
and falls into the Mississippi 193 miles below the Missouri. Its current is 
gentle, and is nowhere broken by any considerable falls, except at Louis- 
ville, in Kentucky, where the water descends 22^ feet in 2 miles. This 
obstruction is now obviated by the Louisville and Portland canal, which 
affords a passage to steam-boats of small draft, at all seasons, to the upper 
parts of the river at Pittsburg. The Ohio is 600 yards wide at Cincinnati, 

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and below the Cumberland it averages 1,000 yards. It is subject to 
extreme depressions and elevations : the average range betvi^een high and 
low water is about 50 feet — its lowest stage is in September, and its highest 
in March. 

The chief tributaries of the Ohio are the Wabash, a fine navigable 
river, which rises in the north-east part of Indiana, a short distance from 
the Maumee, with which it will shortly be united by a canal. During the 
last half of its course, this river forms the boundary between the States of 
Indiana and Illinois, and joins the Ohio about 80 miles above the Cumber- 
land. It is in length about 450 miles. 

The Cumberland River rises in the mountains, on the eastern boundary 
of Kentucky, and flowing into Tennessee, makes a large circular bend, 
passes again into Kentucky, and joins the Ohio, after a course of 440 miles. 
At high water, it is navigable for boats almost to its source, and for steam- 
boats to Nashville at all seasons. 

Tennessee River is formed by the union of several large branches, 
which rising in the mountainous country in western Virginia and North 
Carolina, unite in one in the vicinity of Knoxville. Thence it takes a 
south-west direction into Alabama ; then pursues a westerly direction for 
140 miles ; then, turning to the north, crosses again the State of Tennessee, 
and part of Kentucky, and enters the Ohio 46 miles above the Mississippi, 
and 12 below the Cumberland. Its entire course from the source of its 
longest branch, is 850 miles distant from the Ohio. It is navigable for 
steam-boats, in most stages of the water, to Florence, at the foot of the 
Muscle Shoals. This is the most important of all the tributaries of the 
Ohio. 

The Yazoo is the most southern of the principal eastern tributaries of 
the Mississippi. It rises in the north part of the State of Mississippi, a 
short distance south of the northern boundary, and flowing a south-west 
course of 240 miles, discharges its waters into the Mississippi about 20 
miles above the Walnut Hills. Several towns have been lately settled on 
this river, of which Manchester is one of the most flourishing. Steam- 
boats navigate the river to this place. 

The most considerable river on the Pacific side of the Rocky Mountains 
is the Columbia, or Oregon. The extremities of the head-waters of this 
great stream extend from 40° to 53° N. Latitude. Its largest branch is 
Lewis' river. Its head-waters interlock with the Arkansas, Rio del Norte, 
and others. It is about 1,000 miles in length, and joins the main river 413 
miles from the sea, making the whole course of the Columbia upwards of 
1,400 miles. The other branches are Clark's or Flat Head river, 700 miles 
in length, McGillivray's, Okinagan, and the Wallamat or Multnomah. 
Fort George or Astoria, Fort Vancouver, and others, on these waters, are 
trading establishments belonging to the British Hudson's Bay Company. 
Vessels of 300 tons may ascend the Columbia to the mouth of the Walla- 
mat, 125 miles; and large sloops may go up to the head of tide, 183 miles 
from the Ocean. 

The Caledonia River flows from a considerable lake of the same name, 

which is situated some distance west of the Rocky Mountains, and after a 

southern course of 380 miles, discharges its waters into the Gulf of Georgia. 

Frazer^s River, or the Tacoutche Tesse, is composed of two branches, 

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Mountain range, and after a southern course of 540 miles, flow into Howe's 
Sound, a tributary of the Gulf of Georgia. On its head-waters are Fort 
Alexjuider, and several other trading ports of the Hudson's Bay Company. 

SOIL AND PRODUCTIONa 

The Atlantic region of the United States contains every variety of soil, 
from the best to the poorest. In the eastern States, much of the soil is 
fertile, but a great proportion of it is rocky and of difficult cultivation, and 
is generally better adapted to grazing than tillage. West of the Allegheny 
Mountains, in the valleys of the Mississippi, Missouri, and Ohio, there are 
vast tracts of land uncommonly rich and fertile, producing, with a small 
amount of exertion, after the first labors of clearing the soil, every produc- 
tion that can add to the comfort and enjoyment of man. In the southern 
parts of the country, are found many tracts of sandy and sterile soil, which 
are, however, interspersed with a great deal of rich alluvial land, on which 
are raised some of the most valuable commodities of the Union. 

The productions of the United States consist of almost every variety in 
the world. Grain of all kinds, with all the fruits of the temperate, and many 
of those of the torrid zone, and most of the staple commodities of trade 
and commerce, are produced in great abundance. 

In a region so widely extended, almost every variation of temperature 
experienced by man is felt. In the northern and middle States, the extremes 
of heat and cold are great, but the climate is healthy. In the south-eastern 
and southern parts, along the Atlantic sea-board and the Gulf of Mexico, 
the climate, during some of the summer months, is occasionally unhealthy ; 
the residue of the year is, however, mild, pleasant, and salubrious. In the 
States situated west of the Alleghany Mountains, the climate is consiplered 
generally more temperate than on the same parallels of latitude eastward 
of them. 

MINERALS. 

Minerals abound in the United States in great variety and profusion. 
Iron is very generally diffused, and is very abundant. Lead, limestone, 
and coal both of the anthracite and bituminous kind, abound in quantities 
supposed to be inexhaustible, especially of the former description. Gold 
has recently been found to a considerable amount in Virginia, North and 
South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee. The most valuable 
mines are in North Carolina and Georgia. The lead-mines of Missouri 
and the northern parts of Illinois, are said to be the richest in quality in 
the world ; and the quantity of that metal extracted from the ore, within 
the last few years, has been so great as to exclude almost entirely the 
foreign article from our markets. Salt springs abound in many parts of 
the Union, and large quantities are manufactured in New York, Western 
Pennsylvania, Western Virginia, Ohio, and Illinois. 

INDIANS. 
The whole number of Aborigines existing at present within the territo- 
rial jurisdiction of the United States, is estimated at about 313,000, of 
whom about 100,000 reside west of the Rocky Mountains, and the residue 
east of that region. The most humane exertions have constantly been in 
operation, on the part of the General Government, to preserve the race 
from extinction, by severe provisions to prevent their obtaining ardent 
spirits, and by unwearied efforts to train them to the arts and agriculture, 



188 GENERAL VIEW OF 



and to impart to them the blessings of education and Christianity. Under 
the system adopted by the Government, 140 agents and sub-agents, inter- 
preters and mechanics, are employed, among the difTerent Indian tribes, to 
carry these purposes into effect ; and the President is authorized to cause 
the stores of the licensed traders to be searched, and if ardent spirits are 
found among the articles for sale, the whole goods are forfeited to the 
Government. 

The whole number of India7i schools established among them, partly by 
charitable associations of the different religious denominations, and partly 
by pecuniary aid from the Government, is 53.. The sum of $10,000 is 
annually bestowed by the Government for the maintenance of these schools. 
The whole number of Indian children receiving instruction in 1833 was 
1,835, exclusive of 113 scholars at the Choctaw academy in Kentucky, 
the expense of whose education is derived from funds set apart by the 
Indians themselves, under treaty stipulations for this specific object. 

AGRICULTURE. 

Nearly one-fifth of all the inhabitants of the United States are engaged 
in agricultural pursuits. The annual cotton crop is estimated at from 300 
to 350 millions of pounds. The flour and meal actually inspected at eleven 
different places in 1830, amounted to 3,117,125 barrels of wheat flour, 
37,399 of rye flour, 17,337 hogsheads and 56,496 barrels of corn meal. 
The eastern States are mostly devoted to grazing and the dairy, the middle 
and western to the production of various kinds of grain, the southern to 
raising rice, sugar, tobacco, cotton, &c. 

MANUFACTURES. 
The manufactures of the United States are considerable, and gradually 
increasing. The eastern and middle States, which are most abundantly 
supplied with water-power, are most extensively engaged in manufactures, 
especially of cotton, woollen, iron, glass, paper, wood, &c. In 1810, the 
value of manufactures in the United States was estimated at $172,762,676. 
The present annual value is computed at $500,000,000 ; and the capital 
invested in all the manufactories of the Union is estimated at more than 
$1000 millions. Most of the American manufactures are designed for 
home consumption; yet, in 1831 domestic manufactures were exported to 
the amount of $7,147,364. 

COMMERCE. 
The commerce of the United States is, next to that of Great Britain, the 
largest in the world. It consists principally in the exchange of agricultural 
produce, for the manufactures of other countries, and the productions of 
tropical climates. On the 31st of December, 1832, the tonnage employed 
in the foreign trade of the United States amounted to 1,384,386 tons, of 
which 972,282 tons were American, being an increase over that of the 
preceding year of 179,486 tons. The value of the exports of the year 
1833, ending on the 30th of September, is estimated at $90,663,403, of 
which $70,642,030 were of domestic, and $20,021,373 of foreign articles ; 
showing an increase in the exports of domestic produce of $7,504,560 over 
the exports of the same character for the year ending 30th September, 
1832, and a diminution in foreign articles of $4,018,100. The value of 
the imports for the year 1833^ is estimated at $109,000,000, being an 
increase over the imports of the previous year of $8,000,000, of which 



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$34,000,000 were in articles free from duty. The most important article 
of export is cotton, of which there were sent to Europe in 1830, 838,716 
bales, valued at $25,289,492. Of flour, there were exported, in 1831, 
1,805,205 barrels; of rye flour, 19,049 barrels; of corn meal in barrels, 
204,206 ; of wheat, 405,384 bushels ; and of com, 566,761 bushels. The 
other principal staples of commerce are rice, tobacco, lumber, pot and pearl 
ashes, &c. The whole amount of the registered, enrolled, and licensed 
tonnage, including fishing vessels, in the United States, in 1830, was 
1,191,776 tons, of which 38,911 were engaged in the whale-fishery; and 
the amount of tonnage built was upwards of 58,000 tons. The number 
of seamen in the United States is supposed to be about 50,000, exclusive 
of the Navy, and those engaged in internal navigation. The greatest 
export trade is from New Orleans, and the greatest import into New York. 
A great proportion of the shipping of the United States is owned in New 
England and New York. 

FISHERIES. 

Most of the fisheries are carried on from the New England States, and 
in New England ships. The cod-fishery is the most important, that of the 
whale next. The annual value of fish exported is $1,889,472. The whole 
amount of tonnage engaged in the fisheries, in 1831, was 98,322 tons. 

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE. 

As there is at present no direct taxation by the General Government, the 
revenue is chiefly derived from duties on imports, the sales of public lands, 
bank-stock, post-oflSces, lead-mines, &c. The revenue on imports is by 
far the largest. 

The receipts into the national treasury for the first three quarters of the 
year 1833, are estimated at $24,355,317 95 cts., derived from the following 
sources, viz: customs, $21,256,089 77 cts. ; public lands, $2,219,957 35 
cts. ; dividends on bank-stock, $474,985 00 ; sales of United States' bank- 
stock, $91,000 00 ; third instalment under the convention with Denmark, 
$221,315 17 cts. ; incidental receipts, $91,970 66 cts. The receipts of 
the fourth quarter are estimated at $7,675,000, making the total estimated 
receipts $32,030,317 95 cts. The expenditures for the first three quarters 
of the same year are estimated at $18,248,388 15 cts., viz: civil list, 
foreign intercourse, &c., $4,951,462 84 cts. ; military service, including 
fortifications, ordnance, Indian affairs, pensions, arming the militia, and 
internal improvements, $9,950,349 29 cts. ; naval service, including the 
gradual improvement of the navy, $3,076,051 39 cts. ; and public debt, 
$270,524 63 cts. The expenditures for the fourth quarter, including 
$2,301,716 36 cts. on account of the public debt, are estimated, on data 
furnished by the respective departments, at $6,409,916 45 cts., making 
the total estimated expenditures for the year 1833, $24,383,790 90 cts. 
The public debt, on the 1st January, 1834, amounted to $4,722,260 29 cts., 
and will be finally liquidated during the present year. The receipts for the 
present year, (1834,) from all sources, are estimated by the Secretary of 
the Treasury at I85 millions of dollars, viz : customs, 15 millions; public 
lands, 3 millions ; bank dividends and miscellaneous receipts, i million ; 
balance in the treasury January 1st, 1834, $7,983,790 90 cts. — making 
all together an estimated revenue for the year, of $26,483,790 90 cts. The 
expenditures for the same year are estimated at $23,501,994 85 cts., includ- 



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GENERAL VIEW OF 



ing the sum of $4,722,260 29cts., to be applied to the final payment of 

the national debt. 

PUBLIC DEBT. 

The debt of the United States consists of sums borrowed during the 
revolutionary war, and at various subseque^.t periods. The debt due by 
the Government at the close of the war in 1783, was $42,000,375— but 
no proper provision being made for the payment of the interest, and the 
public revenue often falling short of the expenditure, the debt continued to 
increase, and in 1790 it amounted to $79,124,464. Various measures 
were taken for its liquidation, but with little effect, till 1805. From that 
period, a gradual reduction took place, till it was stopped by the war with 
Great Britain in 1812. In 1812, the amount of the public debt was 
$45,035,123 ; but, in consequence of the loans made during the war, it 
amounted in 1816 to $123,016,375. Since that period, such progress has 
been made in its redemption, that on the 1st of January, 1834, it was 
reduced to $4,722,260 29cts., and will be finally paid off during the 
present year. 

Amount of the public debt of the United States at different periods. 



Years. 


Dolls. Cts. 


Years. 


Dolls. Cts. 


1783 


42,000,375 00 


1830 


48,565,406 50 


1790 


79,124,464 46 


1831 


39,082,690 62 


1800 


81,633,324 74 


1832 


24,322,235 18 


1810 


53,156,532 64 


1833 


7,001,698 83 


1820 


91,015,556 15 


1834 


4,722,260 29 



ARMY. 

A standing army is necessarily an object of jealousy in a republican 
State ; and as the United States has no formidable enemy in its vicinity, 
and the people, at the same time, being extremely studious of economy in 
all branches of the Government, their military force has always been kept 
on a low scale. By an act of Congress of 1815, the strength of the regular 
army was fixed at 9,980 men. In 1821, it was reduced to 6,442, and on 
the 23d November, 1833, it amounted (all grades included) to 6,412 men. 
The army of the United States, in its equipment and discipline, is consider- 
ed to be very effective. Its organization is as follows : General Staff, Medi- 
cal Staff, Pay Department, Purchasing Department, Corps of Engineers, 
Topographical Engineers, and Ordnance Department, 303 ; 1 regiment of 
dragoons, 393; 4 regiments of artillery, 1,788 ; 7 regiments of infantry, 
3,255 ; recruits and unattached soldiers, 673 : total, 6,412. Of the above, 
2,685 are distributed in 29 forts and garrisons, in the eastern military 
district, under the command of Brevet Major General Scott ; and 2,776 
distributed in 17 forts and garrisons, in the western military district, under 
the command of Brevet Major General Gaines. The eastern military 
district comprises all east of a line drawn from the north-western extremity 
of Lake Superior to the southernmost point of Florida, including Fort 
Winnebago, and the western district all west of such line, including the 
whole of Kentucky and Tennessee. The militia, which constitutes the 
principal military force of the United States, consists of all the males 
between the ages of 18 and 45, and, according to returns made since 1832, 
amounts to 1,316,615 men. When the militia are called into the field, 
they have the same pay and allowances as the regular army, but are bound 



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only to serve 6 months. The expenditures for the military service for the 
year 1833, including fortifications, ordnance, Indian affairs, pensions, arm- 
ing militia, and internal improvements, was §9,950,349 29cts., and the 
estimate of the same for the year 1834, is $8,654,942 25 cts. The 
military affairs of the United States are under the superintendence of the 
Secretary of War. The War Department was created by act of Congress 
of August 7th, 1789, and for several years the control of both the land 
and sea service was vested in its presiding officer. On the 30th of April, 
1798, however, a separation took place, and a Navy Department was 
established. The War Department has the superintendence of the erection 
of fortifications, of making topographical surveys, of surveying and leasing 
the national lead-mines, and of the intercourse with Indian tribes ; also, 
everything connected with the organization, equipment, subsistence, and 
pay of the army, pensions, bounty lands, arming the militia, &;c. &c. The 
Secretary of War is by usage a member of the cabinet, and holds his office 
at the will of the President. 

NAVY. 

The navy of the United States, though small in point of numbers, is 
perhaps the best organized, and the most effective in the world. The 
unexpected and astonishing success of their frigates, in combats with British 
vessels of the same class, during the late war, established at once the repu- 
tation of the American navy for skill and prowess in the eyes of Europe ; 
and the United States, with a very few ships, already rank high as a naval 
power. From 1816 to 1821, one million of dollars was expended annually 
in building vessels of war — since 1821, the sum appropriated has been 
reduced one half. On the 30th November, 1833, th*^ amount of the Amer- 
ican navy was as follows: 39 vessels afloat, and 12 on the stocks. Of 
the vessels afloat, 21 were in commission, and 18 in ordinary; of those 
afloat, 7 are of the line, 9 frigates, 15 sloops of war, 7 schooners, and 1 
galliot. Those on the stocks consist of 5 ships of the line and 7 frigates. 
The expenditure for the naval service in 1833, including the gradual 
increase of the navy, amounted to $3,076,051 39 cts., and the estimated 
expense of the same for 1834, is $4,051,073 19 cts. The number of 
persons of all grades required for the naval service of the United States 
for 1834, is estimated at 5,993. For the construction and repair of vessels 
belonging to the navy, there are navy-yards established at the following 
places, viz : Portsmouth, N. H., Charlestown, Mass., New York, Philadel- 
phia, Washington City, Gosport, near Norfolk, Va., and at Pensacola, F. T. 
At all these yards, with the exception of that at Pensacola, there are ves- 
sels on the stocks, most of which are in a state of great forwardness, and 
could be launched at a short notice. Two dry docks, of sufficient capacity 
for the largest vessels, have lately been completed, one at Gosport, Va., 
and the other at Charlestown, Mass. They are constructed of hewn granite, 
of unrivalled masonry. The latter is 341 feet in length, 80 in width, and 
30 in depth, and cost $652,482. The Constitution was floated into that at 
Charlestown on the 24th June, 1833, and the North Carolina 74 into that 
at Gosport on the 27th August following. The dock at Gosport cost 
$872,220. There are, also, at the different navy-yards, materials collect- 
ed for the construction of 4 ships of the line, 7 frigates, and 4 sloops 
of war. 

The general superintendence of the naval affairs of the United Srates is 



192 GENERAL VIEW OF 



confided to the Secretary of the Navy. This branch of the public business 
was, previous to the 30th April, 1798, under the direction of the Secretary 
of War. By an act of Congress of that date, the office of Secretary of 
the Navy was created. A Board of Navy Commissioners was instituted 
by act of February 7th, 1815, to aid him in the discharge of his duties. 
It consists of three officers of the navy, in rank not below that of a Post 
Captain. They discharge all the duties relative to the procurement of 
naval stores and materials, and the construction, armament, equipment, 
and employment of vessels of war, as well as other matters connected 
with the naval establishment of the United States. They appoint their own 
Secretary, and their records are, at all times, subject to the inspection of 
the President of the United States, and the Secretary of the Navy. 

The Secretary of the Navy is, by usage, a member of the cabinet, and 
holds his office at the will of the President. 

GOVERNMENT. 

The United States form Ql federal republic. Each of the States is inde- 
pendent, and has the exclusive control of all concerns merely local ; but 
the defence of the country, the regulation of commerce, and all the general 
concerns of the confederacy, are committed, by the Constitution, to a Gene- 
ral Government. 

The legislative power is vested in a Congress, consisting of a Senate 
and House of Representatives. The Senate is composed of 2 members 
from each State, chosen every two years, for a period of six years, so that 
one-third of the Senate is renewed biennially. The number of Senators 
is at present 48. The members of the House of Representatives are chosen 
every two years, each State being entitled to a number proportionate to its 
population, in a ratio, in the States which do not admit of slavery, of one 
to every 47,700 inhabitants ; and in the States where there are slaves, of 
one for every 47,700 of the free white population, and one for every 79,500 
of the slaves. The number of Representatives are now 240. 

The judiciary is composed of a Supreme Court, of one chief and six 
associate judges; of 31 District Courts, of one judge each, except that six 
of the States are divided into two districts each ; and of 7 Circuit Courts, 
composed of the judge of the district, and one of the judges of the Supreme 
Court. 

The executive power is vested in a President, who, together with the 
Vice-President, is chosen for four years, by electors from all the States. 
The principal subordinate officers of the executive department are the 
Secretaries of State, of the Treasury, of War, and of the Navy, the Post- 
master General, and the Attorney General. The President must be a 
native-born citizen, or have been a citizen at the adoption of the Constitu- 
tion, of 35 years of age, and have resided in the United States 14 years. 
The present Constitution of the United States was adopted in 1789, and 
has since been amended. It secures to the people the grand principles of 
freedom, liberty of conscience in matters of religion, liberty of the press, 
trial by jury, and the right of choosing and being chosen to office. 

STATE GOVERNMENTS. 
To the State Governments is committed that branch of legislation which 
relates to the regulation of local concerns. These bodies make and alter 
the laws which regard property and private rights, appoint judges and civil 



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officers, impose taxes for State purposes, and exercise all other rights and 
powers not vested in the Federal Government by positive enactment. They 
are, in their composition, very similar to the Federal Government. The 
legislature consists always of two branches, both of which are returned by 
the same electors ; and these electors may be said to comprise the whole 
adult white population, the usual qualifications being citizenship, with one 
or two years' residence, and payment of taxes. The only exceptions are 
the following : in Vermont, the legislature consists of a House of Repre- 
sentatives only ; in North Carolina, representatives are chosen by the whole 
resident free citizens who pay taxes, but senators only by freeholders ; in 
New Jersey and Virginia, the right of suffrage for both houses is limited to 
persons holding a small amount of landed property ; in Maryland, the 
senators are chosen by delegates named ibr the purpose by the people. 

In all the States, the period for wliich the representatives serve is either 
one or two years. The elections are biennial in Delaware, South Carolina, 
Tennessee, Louisiana, Illinois, and Missouri, and annual in the other 18 
States. 

The shortest period for which the senators serve, in any State, is one 
year, and the longest five. In Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, 
Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, North Carolina, and Georgia, the 
senators hold their office for one year only ; in Ohio and Tennessee, for 
two years ; in Mississippi, Alabama, and Indiana, for three years ; in New 
York, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, South Carolina, Kentucky, Louis- 
iana, Illinois, and Missouri, for four years ; and in Maryland, for five years. 
Except in Maryland, when the Senate of any State serves for more than 
one year, it is renewed by parts or divisions, one-third of the members 
going out annually when they serve for three years, and one-fourth when 
they serve for four. In some cases, however, when the senators serve for 
four years, the renewal is by halves every two years. 

EDUCATION. 

The United States are more distinguished for the general diffusion of 
knoivledge, than for eminence in literature or science. The means of com- 
mon education are widely extended, and there are numerous seminaries of 
learning throughout the country, though there are no literary establishments 
on so large a scale as many in Europe. As a General Government, the 
United States have done but little for the interests of public instruction, 
except that they reserve for this purpose one section in every township of 
their new lands, besides other reservations for colleges. This highly 
important subject has, perhaps, been better attended to, by being left to the 
individual States and to private citizens. The first settlers of New England 
paid a very laudable attention to tliis important subject. As early as 1628, 
a law was passed for the instruction of every child in the colonies ; and in 
1647, a school was established by law in every town or neighborhood of 
50 families, and a school for the higher branches, for every 100 families. 

There are in the United States 66 colleges, the number of v.'hose alumni, 
previous to 1831, was 22,653, of which about one-fourth were graduates 
of Harvard university, and nearly the same number of Yale college. The 
whole number of instrvctors, at the same time, was about 450 : volumes 
in college libraries, 190,056, and in the students' library societies, 87,190. 

Thirty-nine of the colleges have risen during the present century, though 

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194 GENERAL VIEW OF 



many of the foundations now entitled colleges were respectable academies 
before the change of their names, with which change, in some cases, there 
has been no corresponding change of studies. From the latest informa- 
tion, it appears there were, exclusive of the West Point military academy, 
about 6,000 young men in the Union receiving a classical education. 
Besides the colleges, there are 27 theological seminaries, the number of 
whose graduates amount to nearly 1,900. There are, also, 5 Roman 
Catholic seminaries, besides 18 medical, and 9 law schools. 

Most of the States of the Union have made some legislative provision 
for common school instruction, and in some States, (especially in Massa- 
chusetts, Connecticut, New York, and Virginia,) large funds are set apart 
for this purpose. Private schools and academies of the higher order are 
quite numerous, especially in New England ; so that few grow up without 
enjoying the means of elementary instruction, or, if they desire it, of a 
more extended liberal education. In the Sabbath-schools of the United 
States, which are doing much for the intellectual as well as moral improve- 
ment of the young, about 600,000 children are weekly instructed by more 

than 80,000 teachers. 

RELIGION. 

There is no established church in the United States, religion being left 
to the voluntary choice of the people. No sect is favored by the laws 
beyond another ; it being an essential principle in the national and State 
Governments, that legislation may of right interfere in the concerns of 
public worship only so far as to protect every individual in the unmolested 
exercise of that of his choice. Nor is any legislative provision made for 
the support of religion, except that, in Massachusetts, the legislature is 
enjoined to require, and in New Hampshire is empowered to authorize, the 
several towns and parishes to make adequate provision, at their own 
expense, for the support of Protestant ministers. The same was the case 
in Connecticut, until 1818, when it was abolished by the new constitution. 
But in all the other twenty-two States, the support of religion is left entirely 
to the voluntary zeal of its professors. The result has shown that Chris- 
tianity has a firm hold in the nature of man, and is rather injured than 
served by those costly establishments, which so often abridge free inquiry 
and liberty of conscience, engender fierce animosities among rival sects, 
perpetuate the errors and dogmas of unenlightened timesj and degrade 
religion into an engine of civil tyranny, or the ally of ignorance and 
imposture. In the targe towns and populous places of New England and 
the middle States, religious instruction is more faithfully and abundantly 
dispensed, and religious ordinances are more strictly and universally ob- 
served, than in any other country in the worid; and over the Union, 
generally, religion is respectably and honorably supported. In newly 
settled districts, where a small population is spread over a wide surface, 
the means of religious instruction are often deficient. 

The numbers of established churches, or congregations, are estimated at 
over 12,000, and the ministers at about 10,500. The Presbyterians and 
Congregationalists are the most numerous denominations. The Baptists 
are estimated as second in numerical amount, and the Methodists, Roman 
Catholics, Episcopalians, Universalists, Lutherans, Christians, German 
Reformed, and Friends, or Quakers, probably rank in point of numbers 
in the order in which they are mentioned. Other sects, respectable in 



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1!)5 



amount of numbers, are Unitarians, Associate and other Methodists, Free- 
will Baptists, Dutch Refonned Menonites, Associate and Cumberland 
Presbyterians, Tunkers, and many others. In fact, almost all the sects of 
Christianity are represented in our country. 

In some of the States, certain modes o( belief are required as qualijira- 
t'lons for office. In Massachusetts, Maryland, and North Carolina, the 
declaration of a belief in the Christian religion is required as a qualifica- 
tion. In New Jersey, no Protestant can be denied any civil right on account 
of his religious principles ; and in Pennsylvania, Mississippi, and Tennes- 
see, the belief in a God and a future state of rewards and punishments, 
must be avowed by those who are candidates for office. In the other 
States, no religious test is required. 

Persons conscientiously scrupulous of takmg an oath, are everywhere 
permitted to substitute a solemn affirmation, and this is recognized by all 
the constitutions, except those of Virginia and North Carolina, and the 
charter of Rhode Island, a hiatus which is supplied in those States by law. 
Those who are conscientiously scrupulous of bearing arms, are everywhere 
allowed to pay an equivalent for personal service. In Tennessee, the legis- 
lature is enjoined to pass laws exempting citizens belonging to any sect 
or denomination of religion, the tenets of which are known to be opposed 
to the bearing of arms, from attending private and general musters. Minis- 
ters of the Gospel are not eligible, either as governors or legislators, in 
Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Mississippi, Tennes- 
see, and Kentucky. In Missouri, the only civil office they can hold is that 
of justice of the peace ; while in New York, Delaware, and Louisiana, they 
are not eligible to any office whatever. 

POST-OFFICE. 
The first ^os^ in America was estabUshed in New York, in 1710, under 
the old colonial government. In 1789, the exclusive direction of posts was 
conferred by the constitution on Congress. At that period, there were but 
75 post-offices in the United States, and on the 1st July, 1833, the number 
was 10,127. There is, perhaps, no instance in which the rapid growth of 
our country is so apparent, as in the increase of the post-office establish- 
ment. The following statement will exhibit the condition of the depart- 
ment at the periods respectively mentioned : — 



Years. 



1790 
1795 
1800 
1805 
1810 
1815 
1820 
1825 
1830 
1833 



Number of 
Offices. 



75 

453 

903 

1,558 

2,300 

3,000 

4,500 

5,677 

8,450 

10,127 



Total amount 
of postage. 



S 37,935 

160,620 

280,804 

421,373 

551,684 

1,043,065 

1,111,927 

1,306,525 

1,919,300 

2,616,538 



Total Expen- 
ditures. 



S 32,140 

117,893 

213,994 

377,367 

495,969 

748,121 

1,160,926 

1,229,043 

1,959,109 

2,808,673 



Balance in 
favor (lep. 



$ 5,795 
42,727 
66,810 
44,006 
55,715 

294,944 



77,482 



lialance I 
aL'aiiist dep. 



Miles. 



48,999 



39,809 
192,135 



1,875 
13,207 
20,817 
31,076 
36,406 
43,748 
72,492 
94,052 
115,176 
119,916 



The annual transportation of the mail was, on the 1st July, 1833, 
26,854,485 miles ; on the 1st July, 1829, it was 13,700,000 miles. The 
increase in 4 years being 13,154,485 miles, shows that the annual trans- 
portation of the mail had nearly been doubled in the short period of four 
years. The increase of the annual amount of postages, within the same 



196 GENERAL VIEW OF 



period, is $909,119, and the whole amount is double of what it was in 
1825. The average expense of transporting the maU, in 1829, was eight 
cents and four-tenths of a cent per mile, and in 1833, 7 cents and fifty- 
seven hundredths of a cent per mile ; making a difference in the rate per 
mile, equal, for the whole service, to $222,892 22 cts. per year less, in 
proportion to the service performed, than the transportation in 1829, besides 
a considerable increase in expedition between the principal commercial 
cities, and a much greater proportion of the whole performed in stages. 

The Post-office Department is under the superintendence of the Post- 
master General, He has the sole appointment of all Postmasters through- 
out the United States, the making of all contracts for carrying the mail, 
and the direction of everything relating to the department. The revenue 
arising from the General Post-office has been generally expended upon the 
extension and improvement of the establishment, by which means the 
regular conveyance by mail of letters, pamphlets, newspapers, &c., has 
been extended to the inhabitants of every part of the Union, even to the 
remotest territorial settlements. 

RATES OF POSTAGE, 

Established by act of Congress of 3d March, 1825, and the amendatory act of 2d 

March, 1827. 

ON A S5NGLE LETTEPv COMPOSED OF ONE PIECE OF PAPER. 

Miles. Cents. 

For any distance not exceeding 30 6 

Over 30 miles, and not exceeding 80 10 

Over 80 do. and not exceeding 150 12i^ 

Over 150 do. and not exceeding 400 18| 

Over 400 do 25 

A letter composed of two pieces of paper, is charged with double those rates ; of 
three pieces, with triple ; and of four pieces, with quadruple. One or more pieces of 
paper, mailed as a letter, and weighing one ounce, shall be charged with quadruple 
postage ; and at the same rate, should the weight be greater. 

NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. 

Cents. 

For each newspaper carried not over 100 miles 1 

Over 100 miles U 

But if carried to any office in the State in which it is printed, whatever 
the distance may be, the rate is 1 

PAMPHLET POSTAGE. 

Magazines, or Pamphlets, published periodically, not exceed- 
ing 100 miles li cents per sheet. 

Over 100 miles 2^ do. do. 

Pamphlets not published periodically, not exceeding 100 miles 4 do. do. 

Over 100 miles 6 do. do. 

Every printed pamphlet or magazine which contains more than twenty-four pages, 
oh a royal sheet, or any sheet of less dimensions, shall be charged by the sheet ; and 
small pamphlets, printed on a half or quarter sheet, of royal or less size, shall be 
charged with half the amount of postage charged on a full sheet. 

On every pamphlet or magazine to be sent by mail, the number of sheets which it 
contains must be printed or written on one of tlie outer pages ; and where the number 
is not truly stated, double postage is charged. Everything not coming under the 
denomination of newspapers or pamphlets, is charged with letter postage. Any per- 
son, other than the Postmaster General, or his authorized agents, who shall set up a 
foot or horse post, for the conveyance of letters and packets, upon any post-road, which 
is, or may be established as such by law, shall incur a penalty of not exceeding fifty 
dollars, for every letter or packet so carried. 



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Tlie postage on Ship Letters, if delivered at the office wlierc the vessel arrives, is six 
cents ; if conveyed by post, two cents in addition to the ordinary postage. 

PRIVILEGE OP FRA>fKING. 

Letters and packets to and from the following officers of the government, are by law 
received and conveyed by post free of postage : 

The President and Vice-President of tlie United States ; Secretaries of State, Trea- 
sury, War, and Navy ; Attorney General ; Postmaster General and Assistant Post- 
master General ; Comptrollers, Auditors, Register, and Solicitor of the Treasury ; 
Treasurer; Commissioner of the General Land Office; Conimibsioners of the Navy 
Board ; Commissary General ; Inspectors General ; Quartermaster General ; Paymaster 
General ; Superintendent of Patent Office ; Speaker and Clerk of the House of Rcpre- 
sentatives; President and Secretary of the Senate; and any individual who shall have 
been, or may hereafter be. President of the United States ; and each may receive news- 
papers by post, free of postage. 

Each member of the Senate, and each member and delegate of the House of Repre- 
sentatives, may send and receive, free of postage, newspapers, letters, and packets, 
weighing not more than two ounces, (in case of excess of weight, excess alone to be 
paid for,) and all documents printed by order of either House, during, and sixty days 
before and after, each session of Congress. 

Postmasters may send and receive, free of postage, letters and packets not exceed- 
ing half an ounce in weight ; and they may receive one daily newspaper, each, or 
what is equivalent thereto. 

Printers of newspapers may send one paper to each and every other printer of news- 
papers within the United States, free of postage, imder such regulations as the Post- 
master General may provide. 

VIOLATION OF FRANKING PRIVILEGE. 

Any person who shall frank any letter or letters, other than those written by himself 
or by his order, in the business of his office, shall, on conviction thereof, pay a fine of 
ten dollars — and it is made the especial duty of postmasters to prosecute for such 
offence. The law provides, however, that the Secretaries of State, Treasury, War, 
and Navy, and Postmaster General, may frank letters or packets on official business, 
prepared in any otlier public office in the absence of the principal thereof. 

If any person, having the right to receive letters free of postage, shall receive, 
inclosed to him, any letter or packet addressed to a jjerson not having that right, it is 
his duty to return tlie same to the Post-office, marking thereon the place from whence 
it came, that it may be charged with postage. 

Any person who shall counterfeit the hand-writing or frank of any person, or cause 
the same to be done, in order to avoid the payment of postage, shall, for each offence, 
pay five hundred dollars. 

No Postmaster or assistant Postmaster can act as agent for lottery-offices, or under 
any color of purchase or otherwise vend lottery tickets ; nor can any Postmaster receive 
free of postage, or frank any lottery schemes, circulars, or tickets. For a violation of 
this provision of the law, the persons offending shall suffer a penalty of fifty dollars. 

No Postmaster, or assistant Postmaster, or clerk employed in any Post-office, can 
be a contractor, or concerned in any contract for carrying tlie mail. 

PUBLIC LANDS. 
The unoccupied lands within the limits of the United States, and not 
owned by the individual States, by private persons, or by Indian tribes, 
vest in the General Government, and form the national domain, or public 
lands of the United States. The property in these lands was acquired by 
various treaties of purchase and of cession. The title to the vast regions 
west and north-west of the river Ohio, and to the west of North Carolina, 
South Carolina, and Georgia, was the subject of the first great political 
controversy, that divided the opinions of the people of the United States, 
after the declaration of Independence. The ancient charters of several of 
the States extended from ocean to ocean, or indefinitely to the west. They 
consequently crossed each other, and threw the same territory into the 

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198 GENERAL VIEW OF 



limits of several States. The controversies on this subject were, however, 
put at rest by several acts of cession, made by the States interested to the 
United States. New York set the example in 1781, Virginia followed in 
1784, Massachusetts in 1785, and Connecticut ceded her claim in 1786, 
retaining, however, a considerable district i^. Ohio, known by the name of 
the Western or Connecticut Reserve, which was finally ceded to the United 
States in 1800, and by the United States to Ohio. The foundation of the 
ample school fund of Connecticut was laid in the proceeds of this reserved 
tract. Out of this territory have been formed the States of Ohio, Indiana, 
Illinois, Michigan, and the extensive territory now annexed to it. In 1787, 
South Carolina ceded her claims to the western lands, and was followed, 
in 1789, by North Carolina, who relinquished her claim to the territory 
now forming the State of Tennessee. The cession of Georgia alone was 
wanting for the amicable adjustment of this great controversy. This took 
place after a series of highly embarrassing transactions in 1802, when that 
State ceded to the General Government the region now occupied by Ala- 
bama and Mississippi. By the Louisiana treaty of 1803, the United States 
acquired, for fifteen millions of dollars, the tract of country known by that 
name, and to the same extent, as possessed by France and Spain. This 
carried the territory of the United States to the Pacific Ocean ; and the 
public lands in Florida were acquired by virtue of the treaty of February 
22d, 1819, between the United States and Spain. 

Bounty lands having been promised by the continental Congress to the 
officers and soldiers of the continental army, it became necessary to redeem 
that pledge as early as possible. The controversies between the several 
States, and between them and the United States, retarded for some time 
the fulfilment of this pledge. On the 20th of May, 1785, an ordinance 
was passed by the Congress of the confederation for ascertaining the mode 
of disposing of lands in the western territory, and this was the first act of 
general legislation on the subject. Under it, however, very limited sales 
were made, not amounting, in the whole, to more than 121,540 acres. On 
the 10th of May, 1800, an act of Congress was passed, providing for the 
surveying and sale of the national lands. By this act, the foundation of 
the present land system was laid : it has, from time to time, received such 
modifications as were found expedient. The survey and sales of the public 
lands are under the control and direction of the Commissioner of the Gene- 
ral Land Office at Washington. Prior to the 25th of April, 1812, grants 
of land were issued by letters-patent from the Department of State. By 
an act of that date, a General Land Office was established, in which all 
patents for land are now made out and recorded. It is a subordinate 
branch of the Treasury Department, with which it is closely connected by 
the accountability of the receivers of public moneys arising from the sale 
of the national lands. Whenever the public interest is supposed to require 
that a certain portion of territory should be brought into market, for the 
accommodation of settlers, or others who may wish to become purchasers, 
the President issues instructions to the Surveyor General, through the 
Commissioner of the General Land Office at Washington, to have such 
portion of territory surveyed. The Surveyor General makes this requisi- 
tion publicly known to those individuals who are in the habit of contracting 
for public surveys, and a contract for the execution of the surveys required 
is entered into between the Surveyor General and deputy surveyors. The 



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contract is given to the lowest bidder, provided the Surveyor General is 
fully satisfied of his capacity to fulfil the contract. The maximum price 
established by law for executing the public surveys is tliree dollars a mile, 
in the upland and prairie countries : in the southern parts of the United 
States, where the surveys are rendered difficult by the occurrence of 
bayous, lakes, swamps, and cane-brakes, the maximum price established 
by law is four dollars a mile. The deputy surveyors are bound by their 
contract to report to the surveyors general the field-notes of the survey of 
each township, together with the plot of the township. From these field- 
notes, the Surveyor General is enabled to try the accuracy of the plot 
returned by the deputy surveyor, and of the calculations of the quantity 
in the legal subdivisions of the tract surveyed. From these documents, 
three plots are caused to be prepared by the Surveyor General — ^one for 
his own office, one for the Register of the proper land officfc, to guide him 
in the sale of the land, and the third for the Commissioner of the General 
Land Office at Washington. The Government has generally found it 
expedient to authorize the surveying of forty townships of land annually, 
in each land district, so as to admit of two sales by public auction annually 
of twenty townships each. 

The public lands are laid off into districts, in each of which there is a 
land office, under the superintendence of two officers appointed by the 
President and Senate, called the Register of the Land Office and the Re- 
ceiver of Public Moneys. There are at present fifty -two land offices. All 
the lands, before they are offered for sale, are surveyed at the expense of 
Government. The surveys are founded upon a series of true meridians. 
The first principal meridian is in Ohio, the second in Indiana, the third 
in Illinois, &:c., each forming the base of a series of surveys, of which the 
line§ are made to correspond, so that the whole country is at last divided 
into squares of one mile each, and townships of six miles each ; and these 
subdivisions are distributed with mathematical accuracy into parallel ranges. 
The greatest division of land marked out by the survey is called a town- 
ship, and contains 23,040 acres, being six miles square. The township is 
subdivided into 36 equal portions, or square miles, by Imes crossing each 
other at right angles : these portions are called sections. The section con- 
tains 640 acres, and is subdivided into 4 parts, called quarter-sections, each 
of which contains 160 acres. The quarter-sections are finally divided into 
2 parts, called half quarter-sections, of 80 acres each, and this is the 
smallest regular subdivision known to the system. 

One thirty-sixth part of all the lands surveyed, being section No. 16 
of each township, is reserved from sale for the support of schools in the 
township, and other reservations have been made for colleges and univer- 
sities. Salt-springs and lead-mines are also reserved, and arc subject to 
be leased, under the direction of the President of the United States : he is 
also empowered by law to remove, by force, unauthorized settlers on the 
public lands. 

Previous to the year 1820, sales of public lands were made upon credit. 
In consequence of this system, large quantities of land had been purchased 
on speculation, and a vast amount of debt to the Government contracted. 
To relieve the embarrassed condition of these debtors, an act wa^ passed, 
authorizing the Relinquishment of lands purchased, and substituting cash 
payments for the credit system. At the same time, the minimum price of 



200 GENERAL VIEW OF 



land was reduced from two dollars to one dollar and twenty-five cents per 
acre. The lands are first exposed for sale by proclamation of the Presi- 
dent : the highest bidder at this sale failing to pay, the tract is offered 
again, and the failing bidder is declared incapable of purchasing. At the 
sales, choice tracts and favorite positions corr/nand good prices, but a large 
proportion of the lands remain unsold, and are entered for private sale. 
A great amount of public land is in the occupancy of persons who have 
settled upon it without legal title. This is not done from any intention, on 
the part of the settler, to defer payment, but takes place principally in 
consequence of unavoidable delays in the bringing the land to market. 
Laws have been passed, granting to persons of this description a pre-emp- 
tion right in the acquisition of a title, that is, the preference over all other 
persons in entering the land at private sale. 

Five per cent, on all sales of public lands within the States severally is 
reserved — three-fifths of which is to be expended by Congress in making 
roads leading to the States, and two-fifths to be expended by the States in 
the encouragement of learning. The first part of this reservation has 
been expended on the Cumberland road ; and the treasury of the United 
States is greatly in advance to that fund, on account of this public work. 

The quantity of unceded lands, belonging to the Indians, and lying north 
and west of the States and territories of the United States, but within the 
limits of the Union, has been estimated at near 800,000,000 of acres. In 
a report of the Land Commissioner, dated April 2d, 1832, it is stated that 
the quantity of land belonging to the United States, December 31, 1831, to 
which the Indian and other titles had been extinguished, was 227,293,884 
acres; that 10,713,317 acres had been appropriated within the States and 
territories where the lands lie, for internal improvements, colleges, acade- 
mies, common schools, &c. ; 298,288 acres had been reserved as saline 
lands ; and that 46,080 acres had been granted to the deaf and dumb insti- 
tutions in Connecticut and Kentucky. For the title to these lands, the 
United States have paid, on the Louisiana purchase, $23,514,225, includ- 
ing principal and interest; on the Florida purchase, $6,251,016 ; on the 
Georgia, Yazoo, and other contracts, $18,312,219: total, $48,077,551. 
The amount of sales, up to September, 1831, has been $37,272,713: 
balance, $10,804,838. The amount of sales is gradually on the increase : 
in 1832, the amount was $3,115,376. To the present time, it appears 
that upwards of 150 millions of acres have been surveyed, about 20 mil- 
lions sold, about 110 millions of acres surveyed and unsold, of which 80 
millions are in market, ready for entry at the minimum price, and about 30 
millions subject to be proclaimed, whenever there is a demand. A claim 
has been set up in some of the new States to the entire property of the 
public lands within their limits. No attempt has, however, been made to 
enforce this claim. 

The following are the places at which offices are established for the sale 
of public lands : — 



Marietta, Ohio. 

Zanesville, do. . 

Steuben ville, do. . 

Chillicothe, do. . 

Cincinnati, do. . 

Wooster, do. . 

Piqua, do. . 



Bucyrus, Ohio. 

Jeffcrsonville, . . .Indiana. 

Vincennes, do. . . 

Indianapolis, do . . . 

Crawfordsville, . . . .do. . . 

Fort Wayne, do. . . 

La Porte, do . . . 



Shawneetown, . . .Illinois. 

Kaskaskia, do. . . 

Edwardsville, do. . . 

Vandalia, do. . . 

Palestinp, do . . . 

Spring'field, do. . . 

Danville, do. . . 



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Quincy, Illinois. 

St. Louis, Missouri . 

Fayette, do. . . 

Palmyra, do. . . 

Jackson, do... 

Lexington, do. . . 

St. Stephen's, ..Alabama. 

Cahawba, do. . . 

Huiitsvillc, do. . . 

Tuscaloosa, do. . . 

Sparta, do. . . 



Demopolis, . . 


. .Alabama. 


Mardisville, . 


do... 


Washington,. 


Mississippi . 


Augusta, . . . 


...do 


Mount Salus, 


...do 


Columbus, . . 


...do 


Chocehuma,. 


....do 


New Orleans, 


.Louisiana. 


Opclousas, . . 


do... 


Washita, or IM 


onroe,do. . . 


St. Helena,. . 


do... 



Detroit, . . . Michigan Ter . 
White Pigeon > , 

Prairie,..^ •••'^°--- 

Monroe, do. . . 

Batesville,. Arkansas Ter. 

Little Rock, do. . . 

Washington, do. . . 

Fayetteville, do. . . 

Tallahassee, . Florida Ter . 
St. Augustine, do. . . 



POPULATION. 

That which most concerns every State is the population of its territory, 
including, together with the number of inhabitants, a view of their condi- 
tion, and their means of subsistence and improvement. Civilized nations 
are solicitous, especially, to ascertain the number of persons who compose 
their respective communities. Different methods have been practised for 
accomplisiiing this purpose: one has been by estimates founded on the 
number of houses, and arbitrarily allowing a given number of persons for 
each dwelling ; and others by estimates founded on the number of births, 
and on the number of deaths. But it is evident that no reliance can be 
placed on the accuracy of estimates founded on such data ; and the only 
satisfactory method is an actual enumeration of the inhabitants. Exact 
enumerations of the population of the most civilized countries of Europe 
are of but recent date. The population of France was not accurately deter- 
mined till after the French revolution of 1789, nor that of England till 
1801. The Government of the United States is entitled to the honor, we 
believe, of having, at its first institution, set the example of establishing a 
system of an official Census of the inhabitants at regular periods. The 
primary object of this Census is the apportionment of the representatives 
in Congress ; but, independently of this object, it is justly regarded as a 
very important and interesting document, inasmuch as it furnishes the most 
satisfactory index of the growth, prosperity, and strength of the country. 

By the Constitution of the United States, it was provided that the frst 
Ce?isiis should be made within three years after the first meeting of Con- 
gress, and within every subsequent term of ten years, in such manner as 
they shall by law direct. The first Census was, accordingly, taken in 
1790, in which the population of the United States is divided into 5 classes, 
exhibiting the total amount of the several classes as follows : 

1. Free white males under 16 years of age, 813,298 

2. Free white males of 16 years and upwards, 802,327 

3. Free white females, 1,556,839 

4. All other persons, except Indians, not taxed, 59,466 

5. Slaves, 697,897 



Total population of the United States in 1790, 3,929,827 
In the second Census, taken in 1800, the population was divided into 
12 classes: the free white males and the free white females, being each 
distributed into 5 classes, according to age, and all other free persons, 
except Indians, not taxed, forming the 11th class, and the slaves the 12th. 
The following statement exhibits the total amount of each of the several 
classes : — 



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GENERAL VIEW OF 



Class. 



Under 10 years of age,. . 
Of 10, and under 16,. 
Of 16, " " 26,. 
Of 26, " " 45,. 
Of 45, and upwards, . 



White Males. 



White Females. 



764,118 
353,071 
393,156 
431 589 
26ii:,48T 



715,197 
323,648 
401,499 
411,694 
248,030 



2,204,421 2,100,068— 

All other persons, except Indians, not taxed, 

Slaves, 



1,304,489 
108,395 
893,041 



Total population of the United States, in 1800, 5,305,925 



The third Census was taken in 1810 : the same divisions were adopted 
as in the second, and the numbers of the several classes were as follows : 



Class. 



Under 10 years of age, . 
Of 10, and under 16,. 
Of 16, " " 26,. 
Of 26, " " 45,. 
Of 45, and upwards, . 



White Males. 



White Females. 



1,035,058 
468,083 
547,597 
572,997 
364,836 



981,427 
448,322 
561,956 
544,256 
338,478 



2,987,571 2,874,433 5,862,004 

All other persons, except Indians, not taxed, 186,446 

Slaves, 1,191,364 



Total population of the United States, in 1810, 7,239,814 



The fourth Census was taken in 1820, in which each sex of the free 
white inhabitants was divided, according to age, into 5 classes, as in the 
second and third censuses; and, m addition, the number of free white 
males, between 16 and 18 years of age, was exhibited in a distinct column. 
Persons eno-ao-ed in agriculture, commerce, and, manufactures, were also 
divided into°3°several classes; and foreigners, not naturalized, formed an 
additional class. In the three first enumerations, all other free persons, 
except Indians, not taxed, were thrown into one mass, without distinction 
of age or sex, and the same course was adopted respecting the slaves ; but 
in the fourth Census, each sex of both these descriptions of persons was 
distinguished according to age, into four classes. The results of this Cen- 
sus were as follows : 



Class. 



Under 10 years of age, . . 
Of 10, and under 16,. 
Of 16, " " 26,. 
Of 26, " " 45,. 
Of 45, and upwards, . 



Males. 



1,345,220 
612,535 
776,030 
766,283 
495,065 



Females. 



1,280,570 
605,375 
781,371 
736,600 

462,888 



3,095,133 

All other free persons, except Indians, not taxed. 

Free Colored Persons 



3,866,804 



4,632 



Class. 



Under 14 years of age, 

From 14 to 26, 

From 26 to 45, 

Of 45, and upwards, . . 



Males. 



47,659 
24,012 
23,450 
17,613 

112,734 



Females. 



45,898 
28,850 
27,181 
18,861 

120,790 



Slaves. 



Males. 



343,852 

203,088 

163,723 

77,365 

788,028 



Females. 



324,344 

203,336 

152,693 

70,637 

750,010 



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203 



7,«61,937 
Free persons, not taxed, . . . . , 



Whites. 



RECAPITULATION. 

Free 
Colored. 



233,524 



Slaves. 



1,538,038 



— 9,633,49f) 
4,632 



Total population of the United States, in 1820, 9,638,131 

In the foregoing are included — 

Free white Males, between the ages of 16 and 18, 182,205 

Foreigners not naturalized, 53,687 

Persons engaged in Agriculture, 2,070,666 

" " in Commerce, 72,493 

" " in Manufactures, 349,506 



The Jifth Census was taken in 1830, in which a new division of the free 
white inhabitants was adopted, each sex being distributed into quinquennial 
divisions, under 20 years of age, and into decennial classes, from 20 to 
100 years; but a different method was followed with respect to the free 
colored persons and slaves, each sex of these two classes being formed into 
six divisions. The number of white and colored persons who were deaf 
and dumb was also stated, and each divided into three classes, according to 
age : the number of persons blind is likewise exhibited. The numbers of 
the several classes are as follows : — 



Class. 



Under 5 years of age. 

From 5 to 10, 

From 10 to 15, 

From 15 to 20 

From 20 to 30, 

From 30 to 40, 

From 40 to 50, 

From 50 to 60, 

From 60 to 70, , 

From 70 to 80, , 

From 80 to 90, 

From 90 to 100, 

Of 100 and upwards,. 



White Population. 



Males. 


Females. 


972,980 


921,934 


782,075 


750,741 


669,734 


638,856 


573,196 


596,254 


956,487 


918,411 


592,535 


555,531 


367,840 


356,046 


229,284 


223,504 


135,082 


131,307 


57,772 


58,336 


15,806 


17,434 


2,041 


2,523 


301 


238 



5,355,133 



5,171,115 



Of the foregoing, were deaf and dumb, under 14 years of age, 1,652 ; 
of 14 and under 25, 1,905; of 25 and upwards, 1,806. Blind, 3,974^ 
Aliens or foreigners not naturalized, 107,832. 



Class 



Under 10 years of age. 

From 10 to 24, 

From 24 to 36, 

From 36 to 55, 

From 55 to 100, 

Of 100, and upwards, . 



Free Colored Persons. 



Males. 



48,675 
43,079 
27,650 
22,271 
11,509 
269 



153,443 



Females. 



47,329 
48,138 
32,541 
24,327 
13,425 
386 



166,133 



Slaves. 



Malfs. 



353,498 
312,567 
185,585 
118,880 
41,545 
748 



Females. 



347,665 

308,770 

185,786 

111,887 

41,436 

676 



1,012,822 I 996,228 



Of the colored persons, included in the foregoing, who are deaf and 
dumb, under 14 years of age, 273 ; of 14 and under 25, 246 ; of 25 and 
upwards, 224. Blind, 1,470. 



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GENERAL VIEW OF 



Whites. 



RECAPITULATION. 

Free 

Colored. 



319,599 



Slaves. 



2,009,043 



U0,526,248 
Aliens omitted in the classification according to age, in the return 

made from the Ninth Ward of New York city, 

Omitted in the classification fi"om Ulster county, New York, .... 

" " fi-om the E. district of Louisiana,. . . 

Persons in the Naval service of the United States, June 1st, 1830, 

not included in the general Census, 



-12,854,890 

5,477 
125 
210 

5,318 



Grand total aggregate of the United States, in 1830, 12,866,020 

TABLE showing the aggregate number of persons in each State and Territory, with 
the rate of increase per cent, for the last ten years, from 1820 to 1830. 



States and Territories. 



Maine, 

New Hampshire, . . . . 

Vermont, 

Massachusetts, 

Rhode Island, 

Connecticut, 

New York, 

New Jersey, 

Pennsylvania, 

Delaware, 

Maryland, 

Virginia, 

North Carolina, 

South Carolina, 

Georgia, 

Alabama, 

Mississippi, 

Louisiana, 

Tennessee, 

Kentucky, 

Ohio, 

Indiana, 

Illinois, 

Missouri, 

Michigan, 

Arkansas, 

Florida, 

District of Columbia,. 

Total, 



Free 
Whites. 



398,263 

268,721 

279,771 

603,359 

93,621 

289,603 

1,868,061 

300,266 

1,309,900 

57,601 

291,108 

694,300 

472,843 

257,863 

296,806 

190,406 

70,443 

89,231 

535,746 

517,787 

928,329 

339,399 

155,061 

114,795 

31,.346 

25,671 

18,385 

27,563 



Free; 
Colored. 



1,190 

604 

681 

7,048 

3,561 

8,047 

44,870 

18,303 

37,930 

15,855 

52,938 

47,348 

19,543 

7,921 

2,486 

1,572 

519 

16,700 

4,555 

4,917 

9,568 

3,629 

1,637 

569 

261 

141 

844 

6,152 



Slaves. 



1 

17 

25 

75 

2,254 

403 

3,292 

102,994 

469,757 

245,601 

315,401 

217,531 

117,549 

65,659 

109,588 

141,603 

165,213 

6 

3 

747 

25,091 

32 

4,576 

15,501 

6,119 



* Including 5,602 not regularly returned. 
X Adding 5,318 for naval service. 



Total. 



399,955 

269,328 

280,652 

610,408 

97,199 

297,675 

*1,918,608 

320,823 

1,348,233 

76,748 

447,040 

1,211,405 

737,987 

581,185 

516,823 

309,527 

136,621 

t215,739 

681,904 

687,917 

937,903 

343,031 

157,445 

140,455 

31,639 

30,388 

34,730 

39,834 



Rate of 
Increase 



33.88 

10..30 

19.04 

16.64 

17.01 

8.14 

39.36 

15.58 

28.48 

5.49 

9.74 

13.70 

15.52 

15.60 

51.56 

142.00 

81.07 

40.63 

62.04 

21.90 

60.06 

1.33.07 

185.16 

110.93 

250.10 

113.30 



20.10 



10,526,248 319,599 2,009,043 U2,866,020 

t Including 210 do. 



Aliens. 



3,526 
410 

3,384 

8,767 

1,100 

1,481 
52,488 

3,365 

15,376 

313 

4,786 
789 
202 
486 
101 
65 
72 

1,713 
119 
173 

5,778 
279 
451 
155 

1,497 

11 

221 

724 



107,832 



APPORTIONMENT OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

By the law passed in 1832, for the apportionment of Representatives 
among the several States, it is enacted, that from and after the third day 
of March, 1833, the House of Representatives shall be composed of mem- 
bers elected agreeably to a ratio of one Representative for every 47,700 
persons in each State, computed according to the rule prescribed by the 
Constitution of the United States, which is as follows : 

Representatives and direct taxes shall be apportioned among the several 
States which may be included within this Union, according to their respec- 
tive numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the whole number of 



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205 



free persons, including those bound to service for a term of years, and 
including Indians not taxed, three-fifths of all other persons. 

The following table exhibits the Representative Population of each State, 
the number of Representatives to which each is entitled, and the fractions 
which remain after dividing the Representative Population of each State by 
47,700. 



States. 



Maine, 

New Hampshire, 

Vermont, 

Massachusetts, . , 
Rhode Island, . . 
Connecticut, .... 
New York, .... 
New Jersey, .... 
Pennsylvania, . . 

Delaware, 

Maryland, 

Virginia, 



Rep. Pop. 


No. 
Rep. 


Frac- 
tions. 


399,454 


8 


17,854 


269,327 


5 


30,827 


280,652 


5 


42,152 


610,408 


12 


38,008 


97,192 


2 


1,792 


297.665 


6 


11,465 


1,918,578 


40 


10,578 


319,921 


6 


33,721 


1,348,072 


28 


12,472 


75,431 


1127,731 


405,842 


8124,242 


11,023,502 


21 


31,802 II 



States. 



North Carolina, . 
South Carolina, . 

Georgia, 

Alabama, 

Mississippi, .... 

I.iOuisiana, 

Tennessee, 

Kentucky, 

Ohio, 

Indiana, 

IlUnois, 

Missouri, 



Rep. Pop. 



639,747 
455,025 
429,811 
262,507 
110,357 
171,902 
625,263 
621,832 
937,901 
343,030 
157,146 
130,419 



No. 
Rep. 



13 

9 

9 

5 

2 

3 

13 

13 

19 

7 

3 

2 



Frac- 
tions. 



19,647 

25,725 

511 

24,007 

14,957 

28,804 

5,163 

1,732 

31,601 

9,130 

14,046 

35,019 



It will be seen, by the above table, that the number of representatives 
is 240. 



INDIVIDUAL STATES. 



MAINE. 



Maine is the most northern and eastern of the United States. Previous 
to the year 1820, it was connected with Massachusetts, in all its political 
and social relations. The first permanent settlement was made from the 
Plymouth colony at York, in 1630. Emigration has been more slow to 
this State, than to those of a milder climate ; yet, perhaps, there is no State 
in the Union which promises more independence, from its own natural 
strength and resources. 

Maine is bounded on the north and north-west by Lower Canada ; south-east 
by the Atlantic Ocean ; east by New Brunswick ; and west by New Hamp- 
shire. Its extent from north to south, is about 216 miles ; and from east to 
west, 162. The area is about 31,750 square miles, or 19,720,000 acres. 
On the sea-coast, the country is generally level ; at some distance in the 
interior, hilly ; and in the central parts of the state, are many mountains of 
considerable elevation. 

The principal Rivers are the St. John's, Penobscot, Kennebeck, Andros- 
coggin, Saco, Pleasant, Damariscotta, and Union. The principal Bays are 
Casco, Penobscot, Frenchman's, Englishman's, Machias, and Passama- 
quoddy. The most noted Lakes are Moosehead, Umbagog, Sebago, the 
Schoodic Lakes, and Lake Chesuncook. Small lakes and ponds are 
numerous, in all parts of the State. 

The soil on the coast is various, and of but moderate fertility ; in the 



206 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



interior, most of the land is more productive ; and some of it, especially on 
the Kennebeck and Penobscot rivers, is fertile, and well adapted to agricul- 
ture and grazing. The produce is principally grain, of all the kinds raised 
in New England ; flax, grass, &c. 

The climate of this State is subject to gvjat extremes of heat and cold ; 
yet the air, in all parts of the country, is pure and salubrious. The sum- 
mers are short, but agreeable. The cold of winter is severe; yet the 
serenity of the sky, and the invigorating influence of the atmosphere, make 
amends for the severity of the weather. The coast is indented with bays 
abounding in excellent harbors, affording great facilities for commerce. Vast 
quantities of lumber, in all its varieties, are exported ; as also, fish, beef, 
pork, pot and pearl ashes, grain, &c. In 1831, the imports were to the 
value of $941,407, and the exports $805,573; of which, $799,748 was 
in domestic produce. The tonnage entered, 101,444 tons. The banking 
capital of the State is $2,170,000. The State expenses, in 1830, were 
about $297,000 ; of which, $50,000 was raised by direct taxation. In 
1826, there were 138,000 children in Maine, between 4 and 21 years of 
age ; of which, about 102,000 attended school. The annual expenditure is 
about $138,000. Every town within the State is obliged, by law, to raise 
annually a sum equivalent at least to 40 cents, from each person within the 
town, for the support of common schools. $5,000 is annually appropriated 
for the education of indigent deaf and dumb persons, at the American 
Asylum in Hartford, Connecticut. 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties. 



Cumberland, . 
Hancock, . . . . 
Kennebeck, . , 



Lincoln, . 
Oxford, . 



Popula- 
tion. 



60,102 
24,336 
52,484 

57,183 

35,211 



County Towns. 



Portland. 

Castine. 

AUGUSTA. 

SWiscasset. 
Topsham. 
Warren. 
Paris. 



Counties. 



Penobscot, . . ■ 
Somerset, . . . . 

Waldo, 

Washington, 

York, 



Total, 



Popula- 
tion. 



31,530 

35,787 
29,788 
21,294 

51,722 



399,455 



County Towns. 



Bangor, 
Norridgewock. 
Belfast. 
Machias. 

5 York. 

) Alfred. 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 



In 



1765 20,788 

1790, 96,540 

1800, 151,719 

1810, 228,705 

1820, 298,335 

1830, 399,455 



INCREASE. 

From 1765 to 1790, 75,752 

1790 to 1800, 55,179 

1800 to 1810 76,986 

1810 to 1820, 69,630 

1820 to 1830, 101,120 



Of the above population of 1830, were, white Males, 200,687; white 
Females, 197,591. Of which, 153 are deaf and dumb; 154 are blind; 
and foreigners, not naturalized, 3,526. 

Of free colored persons, there are. Males, 600 ; Females, 571 ; Slaves, 
Males, none; Females, 6. Colored deaf and dumb, 16; blind, 1. 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT. 

The Cumberland and Oxford Canal extends from Portland to Sebago 
Pond : it has 26 locks, and is, in length, 20^ miles. By means of a lock, 
constructed in Songo River, Brandy and Long Ponds are united with it. 
The whole extent of water communication, natural and artificial, is about 
50 miles. It was completed in 1829, and cost 211,000 dollars. 



MAINE. 



^ii"; 



PRINCIPAL STAGE ROUTES. 



1. From Ports- I 
mouth, N. H., to 
Eastport. 

To Kittery, 

York 

Wells, 

Kcnnebunk, 

Kenncbunk Port, . 

Sa6o, 

Scarsborough, . . . 

Portland, 

Cumberland, .... 
North Yarmoutli, 

Freeport, 

Brunswick, 

Bath 

Woolwich, 

Wiscasset, 

Newcastle, ■ 

Waldoborough, . 

Warren, 

Thomaston, .... 

Camden, 

Lincolnville, . . . 

Northport, 

Belfast, 

Prospect, 

Bucksport, 

Orland, 

Elsworth, 

Hancock, 

Sullivan, 

Gouldsborough, . 

Steuben, 

Harrington, .... 

Columbia, 

Jonesborough, . . 

Machias, 

East Machias, . . 

Whiting, 

i Lubec, ' 

Eastport, 

2. Frotn Augusta 
to Brunsuiick. 

To Hallowell, . 

Gardiner, 

Richmond, .... 
Bowdoinham, . 

Topsham, 

Bru nswick, . ■ . 

3. From Augusta 
to Anson. 

To Sidney,... 
Waterville, . . . 

Fairfield, 

Bloomfield, . . . 

Milburn, 

Norridgewock, 
Madison, .... 



Miles 

3 

5 

12 

4 

3 

11 

7 
9 

10 
3 
6 
9 
8 
5 
8 

12 
9 
5 



Miles. 



11 

7 

5 

5 

6 
12 

3 
17 

4 
& 
6 
8 

11 
8 
8 
9 
4 

10 

11 
5 



20 

24 

27 

38 

45 

54 

64 

67 

73 

82 

90 

95 

103 

115 

124 

12: 

13 

148 

155 

160 

165 

171 

183 

186 

203 

207 

215 

221 

229 

240 

248 

256 

265 

269 

279 

290 

295 



Anso n, • 

4. From Augusta 
to Phillips. 

ToReadfield, 

Mount Vernon, . . 

Vienna, 

Farmington, . . . • 

Avon, 

Phillip s, . . ■ ■ . . . . 

5, 



From Augusta 
to Bethel. 
To Winthrop, . . . 

Wayne, 

Livermore, 

Canton, 

Dixfield, 

Mexico, 

Rumford, 

Beth el, • • • 

6. From Augusta 

to Portland. 
To AVinthrop, . . . 

Monmouth, 

Greene, 

Lewistown, 

Danville) 

New Gloucester, . 

Gray, 

Cumberland, . . . • 
Portland, 



8 
4 
7 

12 

12 

b 



10 
6 
9 
7 
6 
5 
8 

15 



10 
5 
7 
4 
5 
6 
6 
8 
11 



50 



12 
19 
31 
43 
51 



7. 



12 

6 



From Augusta 
to Portland. 

To Hallowell, . • . 

Litchfield, 

Bowdoin, 

Durham, 

Freeport, 

North Yarmouth, 

Cumberland, ... 

Portland, 



7 

15 
21 
27 
31 



From Augusta 
to Belfast. 

ToVassaiboro', . . 

Palermo, 

Montville, 

Belmont, 

Bel fast 

9. From Bangor to 
Augusta. 

To Hampden, . . . 

Newburg, 

Dixmont, 

18 Troy 

26 Unity, 

33 Albion, 

34 China, 

38 Vassalboro', 

U\ AUGUSTA 



10 
8 

11 
5 
6 
3 

10 



12 



6 
7 

10 
5 
6 
9 
4 
8 

12 



10. From Bangor 
to Milburn. 

To Carmel, 

Etna, 

Newport, 

Palmyra, 

St. Albans, 

Hartland, 

Pittsfield, 

Canaan, 

Milburn, 



16 
25 
32 
38 
41 
49 
63 



15 

22 
27 
32 
38 
44 
52 
63 



12 
20 
31 
36 
42 
45 
55 



18 
26 
35 
41 



11. From Portland 

to Waterford. 
To Windham, . 
Raymond, . . . 

Otisfield, 

Bridgeton, .... 
Waterford, .... 



12. From Portland 
to Littleton, N.H. 
To Gorham, . . . 

Standish, 

Baldwin, 

Hiram, 

Brownficld, .... 

Fryburg, 

Conway, N. H. . 

Bartlctt, 

Bethlehem, 

Littleton, 



13 
6 
7 
8 
4 
4 
4 
3 
5 



15 

10 

5 

6 

10 



10 
8 
8 
& 
7 
5 
6 
9 

38 
10 



13. From Portland 

to Portsmouth. 
To Gorham,. . . . 

Bu.vton, 

Hollis, 

Watcrborough, . 

Alfred, 

Berwick, 

Dover, N. H. . . 
Newington, . . . 
Portsmouth, . . . 



14. From Standish 

to Tamworth. 
To Limington,. . 

Limerick, 

Parsonfield, .... 
Effingham, N. H. 
Tamworth, .... 



13 
23 
28 
34 
43 
47 
55 
67 



15. From Bangor 

to Castine. 
To Brewer, . . . 
Orrington, .... 
Bucksport, .... 

Orland, 

Penobscot, | 6 

Castine, 



10 
8 
4 
7 
6 

16 
5 
G 
6 



8 

5 

8 

10 

16 



19 
26 
34 
38 
42 
46 
49 
54 



25 
30 
36 
46 



18 
26 
34 
41 
46 
52 
61 
99 
109 



18 
22 
29 
35 
51 
56 
62 
68 



13 
21 
31 

47 



8 
17 
20 
26 
34 



208 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

The earliest settlements in this State were made in 1622, by virtue of a 
grant from the Plymouth Company to John Mason and Ferdinand Gorges. 
Their first locations were at Little Harbor, on the west side of the Pis- 
cataqua river, and at Cocheco, now Dover. Portsmouth was first settled 
in 1631, and Exeter in 1638. In 1641, the first settlers formed a coalition 
with Massachusetts, and remained connected with that Colony until 1679. 
In 1776, New Hampshire led the van in forming a constitution of her own, 
founded on the free suffrages of the people. In 1784, a new constitution 
was adopted, which, with the amendments of 1792, forms the present con- 
stitution of the State. 

This State is bounded on the north by Lower Canada ; on the east by 
Maine, and the Atlantic Ocean ; south by Massachusetts ; and west by 
Vermont. It is in length, from north to south, about 160 miles ; and from 
east to west, 70 is about the average breadth. It is, in area, 8,500 square 
miles, or 5,440,000 acres. The sea-coast of this State, from Piscataqua 
Harbor to the south boundary, is but 18 miles in extent. 

The country on the coast is level : in the interior, the surface is greatly 
diversified by hills and valleys, and contains several mountains of consid- 
erable height ; among which are the White Mountains, the most elevated 
of any in the Atlantic States. The other considerable elevations are, 
Moosehillock, Monadnock, Kearsarge, Sunapee, Ossipee, &c. 

The soil is various, a considerable portion being fertile ; but it is gener- 
ally better adapted to grazing, than to tillage. 

The principal Rivers of New England have their origin, either wholly 
or in part, in this State. These are, the Connecticut, Merrimack, Andros- 
coggin, Saco, and Piscataqua. The other most considerable streams are, 
the Upper and Lower Amonoosuck, Sugar River, Ashuelot, Contoocook, 
Magallaway, and Nashua. The principal Lakes are the Winnipiseogee, 
Umbagog, Ossipee, Sunapee, Squam, and Newfound Lake. 

The Manufactures of New Hampshire have increased rapidly, within a 
few years. There are now more than 40 cotton and woollen manufacto- 
ries ; many of them on an extensive scale. The imports into New Hamp- 
shire amounted, in 1831, to $146,205, and the exports to $111,222; of 
which, the domestic produce was, in value, $109,456 : and the tonnage of 
the State, at the same period, amounted to 18,243 tons. 

New Hampshire has been called the granite State, from the large quan- 
tities of that rock quarried within it ; of which, a considerable amount is 
annually exported to the neighboring States, for building stones. It has 
been, also, called the Switzerland of America, on account of its wild and 
picturesque scenery, its lakes, cascades, &c. 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties. 



Cheshire, . 
Coos, . . . . 

Grafton, . . 



Hillsborough, 
Merrimack, . . 



Pop. 
1830. 



27,016 
8,390 

38,691 

37,762 
34,619 



County Towns. 



Keene. 

Lancaster. 
\ Haverhill, 
) Plymouth. 

Amherst. 

CONCORD. 



Counties. 



Rockingham, 

Strafford, . . . . 
Sullivan, . . . . 



Pop. 
1830. 



44,452 

58,916 
19,687 



County Towns. 



Portsmouth, 
E.xeter. 
' Dover, 
Gilmanton, 
Gilford, 
Rochester. 
Nevi^port. 



Total population, in 1830 269,328 



NEW.HAxMPSHIRE. 



209 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 



INCREASE. 



In 1701,., 
1730,.. 
1749,.. 
1767,., 
1775,., 



10,000 
12,000 
30,000 
52,700 
80,038 



In 1790,. 
1800,. 
1810,. 
1820,. 
1830,. 



141,885. 

183,858 

214,460 

244,161 

269,328 



From 1790 to 1800,. . 41,973 
1800 to 1810,.. 30,602 
1810 to 1820,.. 39,701 
1820 to 1830,. . 25,167 



SLAVES. 
158 

8 






Of the above population of 1830, there were, white Males, 131,184; 
white Females, 137,537; deaf and dumb, 135; blind, 105; aliens, 410. 
Total, whites, 268,721.— Free colored, 602; deaf and dumb, 9; Female 
slaves, 5. Total, 607. 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 

The internal improvements in this State, are a series of short canals, 
constructed on the Merrimack River, for the improvement of its navigation ; 
by means of which, and the Middlesex Canal, Boston is connected with the 
interior of New Hampshire. 

Bow Canal, three-quarters of a mile in length, affords a boat navigation 
round the falls at Bow ; the fall is 25 feet, with 4 locks : it was completed 
in 1812, and cost $25,000. Hooksett Canal passes Hooksett Falls, by 3 
locks, with a fall of 16 feet: its length is about 50 rods, and cost §17,000. 
Amoskeag Canal is a mile in length : the fall is 45 feet, with 9 locks, and 
cost $50,000. The Union Canal passes 7 falls in the river, and has 7 
locks in 9 miles: it cost $50,000. In the year 1811, a company was 
incorporated, (the charter of which has since been renewed,) for the pur- 
pose of forming a Canal from Lake Winnipiseogee to Cocheco River. Near 
Dover, the waters of the lake being elevated above the river 452 feet, it 
is estimated to require 53 locks to overcome the fall : the length to be about 
27 miles, and the work to cost $300,000. 



FRIZTCIFAIi STA-CfE ROUTES. 



1. From Concord 

to Portsmouth, via 

Exeter. 

To Pembroke, . . . 

Allentown, 

Raymond, 

Epping, 

Exeter, 

Stratham, 

Greenland, 

Portsmouth, 






2. From Concord 

to Portsmouth, via 

Dover. 

To Chichester, 

Epsom, 

Northwood, . . 
Nottingham, . 
Durham, .... 

Dover, 

Newington, . . 
Portsmouth, . . 



Miles 


Miles. 


i 




7 


14 


13 


27 


5 


32 


10 


42 


4 


46 


3 


49 


5 


54 

1 
1 


8 


1 

i 


4 


12 


6 


18 


6 


26 


9 


35 


5 


40 


6 


46 


4 


50, 



3. From Concord 

to Charleston. 
To Hopkinson, . . 

Henniker, 

Hillsboro', 

Washington, .... 

Lempster, 

Ackworth, 

Charleston, 



4. From Concord 

to Middlehury, Vt. 

To Boscawen, . . . 

Salisbury, 

Andover, 

Wilmot, 

Springfield, 

Enfield, 

Lebanon, 

Hanover, 

Hartford, Vt 

Sharon, 

46|RoyaIton, 

50|Middlebury, 



/ 
6 
7 
7 
8 
6 
6 

10 
7 

46 



15 
24 
32 
38 
44 
51 



15 
22 
28 
35 
42 
50 
56 
62 
72 
79 
125 



5. From Concord 
to Burlington, Vt. 
To Canterbury, . . 

Northficld, 

Sanbornton, 

New Hampton, . . 

Holderness, 

Plymouth, 

Romney, 

Haverhill, 

Bradford, Vt 

Orange, 

Barre, 

MONTPELIER, 
Burlington, 



6. From Concord 
to Newburyport, 
Mass. 

To Pembroke, . . . 

Suncook, 

Chester, 

Hampstead, 

Atkinson, 



10 
2 
8 

25 
6 

19 
7 
7 

38 



7 
1 
15 
7 
3 



16 

22 

30 

40 

42 

50 

75 

18 

100 

107 

114 

152 



23 
30 
33 



S2 



210 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



Haverhill, Mass 
West Bradford, 

Bradford, 

^Vest Newbury, 
Newburyport, . . 



7. From Concord 
to Boston, Mass. 
To Hooksett, . . . 

Chester, 

Derry, 

Salem, 

Methuen, Mass. . 

Andover, 

Reading, 

Stonehain, 

Medford, 

Charleston, .... 
BOSTON, 



8. From Concord 

to Conway. 
To Canterbury, . 

Northfield, 

Sanbornton, .... 

Gilford, 

Meredith, 

Centre Harbour, 
Moultonboro', . . 

Sandwich, 

Tamworth, .... 

Ossippee, 

Eaton, 

Conway, 



5 


38 


1 


39 


4 


43 


5 


48 


6 


54 


9 




14 


23 


5 


28 


6 


34 


5 


39 


6 


45 


7 


52 


4 


56 


4 


60 


3 


63 


1 


64 


8 




8 


16 


6 


22 


8 


30 


5 


35 


7 


42 


5 


47 


2 


49 


7 


56 


4 


60 


5 


65 


6 


71 



9. From Exeter to 
Brattlehorougk. 

To Kingston, . . . 

Hawke, 

Sandown, 

Chester, 

Derry, 

Londonderry, . . . 
Dunstable, ... . 

Milford 

Wilton, 

Temple, 

Petersboro', ... 

Dublin, 

Marlboro' 

Keene, 

Chesterfield, . . . 
Brattleborough, . 

10. From Dover to 
Meredith. 

To Madbury, . . 
Barrington, . . . 

Strafford, 

Barnstead, .... 
Crilmanton, .... 

Gilford, 

Meredith, 

11. From Dover to 
Newburyport. 

To Newington, . . 

Greenland, 

Hampton, 

Hampton Falls,. . 

Seabrook, 

E. Salisbury, Mas, 



6 




4 


10 


■y 


14 


4 


18 


5 


23 


5 


28 


8 


36 


12 


48 


7 


55 


4 


59 


6 


65 


7 


72 


8 


80 


5 


85 


12 


97 


5 


102 


4 




5 


9 


5 


14 


7 


21 


10 


31 


8 


39 


5 


44 


6 




6 


12 


7 


19 


2 


21 


2 


23 


2 


25 



Newburyport,. . 

12. From Dover to 
Haverhill. 

To Rochester, . . . 
Farmington, .... 

Middleton, 

Wolf boro', 

Tuftonboro', .... 
Moultonboro', . . . 

Sandwich, 

Centre Harbour, . 

Holderness, 

Plymouth, 

Wentworth, .... 

Piermont, 

Haverhill, 

13. From Haverhill 
to Steioartstown. 

To Bath, 

Lisbon, 

Dalton, 

Lancaster, 

Northumberland, 

Stratford, 

Columbia, 

Colebrook, 

Stewartstown, . . 

14. From Dover to 

Conway. 
To Rochester, . . . 

Milton, 

Wakefield, 

Ossippee, 

Eaton, 

Conway, 



10 



8 

7 

12 

4 

8 

5 

4 

18 

11 



11 
5 

20 
8 
5 

10 

12 
5 
8 



10 

8 

13 

18 

5 

10 



29 



18 
26 
34 
41 
53 
57 
65 
70 
74 
92 
103 
110 



16 
36 
44 
49 
59 
71 
76 
84 



18 
31 
49 
54 

64 



VERMONT. 



The tract of country which is now known by the name of Vermont, 
was settled at a much later period than any of the other eastern States. 
Its distance from the Atlantic coast, and from the River St. Lawrence, 
prevented any settlement being made in it, either by the French oi- English, 
until the colonies of the latter extended themselves into its vicinity. Tlie 
conquest of Canada in 1760, and its ultimate cession to Great Britain in 
1763, opened Vermont to emigration. Vermont was originally claimed by 
Massachusetts ; and afterwards, both by New Hampshire and New York. 
In 1777, the people declared themselves independent, and formed a govern- 
ment of their own. Although Vermont was not admitted into the Union 
until after the revolutionary contest was over, yet she vigorously resisted 
British oppression, and, throughout the war of the Revolution, acted a most 
conspicuous part in the struggle for independence. Her soldiers acquired 
great distinction for bravery, and the title of " Green mountain boys," 
which they bore, has ever been regarded as a title of renown. In 1790, 



VERMONT. 



211 



the controversy with New York was terminated; and, in 1791, Vermont 
became a member of the Union. The constitution now in operation was 
adopted July 4th, 1793. 

This state is bounded N. by Lower Canada ; E. by N. Hampshire ; S. by 
Massachusetts ; W. by New York ; from which it is separated, in part, by 
Lake Champlain. It is 157 miles in length, from north to south ; 90 miles 
in breadth, on the northern, and 40 on the southern, boundary ; and con- 
tains an area of 10,212 square miles, or 6,535,680 acres. 

The Green Mountains, from which the state derives its name, on account 
of the evergreens with which they are covered, occupy a large part of the 
State ; and most of its surface is uneven. The range passes through its whole 
length, about half way between Lake Champlain and the Connecticut river. 

From these mountains, many streams take their rise : the most important 
are, Otter creek. Onion river, La Moile, and Missinqua, which empty into 
Lake Champlain, on the west ; the White, Pasumpsic, and West rivers, 
which flow into the Connecticut, on the east. 

The scenery of this State is romantic, and beautiful ; the air pure, and 
healthful ; and the natives industrious, intelligent, and hospitable. 

The soil is fertile ; and all sorts of grain, suited to the climate, are pro- 
duced in great abundance. Dark, rich, and loamy, it is admirably calcu- 
lated to sustain drought ; and affords the finest pasturage of any State in 
the Union. Wool is becoming an important product here. Cattle of various 
kinds are raised, with great facility ; and nowhere is finer beef to be 
seen, than is fed on the rich white clover pastures of Vermont. The butter 
and cheese are universally known for their excellence. 

Vermont is entirely in the interior ; yet, by the system oHnternal improve- 
ment, the Champlain Canal, and the Lake,vessels and steam-boats have brought 
her territory in contiguity with the sea. Part of the trade goes by canal to 
Albany, and part down the lake to Montreal : much of that which formerly 
went to Boston and Hartford, is now drawn by the Champlain Canal to 
New York. This canal has been of incalculable advantage to the State. 

Vermont has 13 banks, whose aggregate capital is about a million of 
dollars. About $100,000 is annually raised for the support of common 
schools. There is also in this State, a literary fund of $25,000. 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties. 



Addison, . . . 

Bennington, 

Caledonia, . . 
Chittenden, . 

Essex, 

Franklin,. . . 
Grand Isle, . 



Popula- 
tion. 



24,'J40 

17,468 

20,967 
21,765 
3,981 
24,525 
21,765 



CouDty Towns. 



Middlebury. 
5 Bennington, 
) JManchester. 
Danville. 
Burlington. 
Guildhall. 
St. Alban's. 
North Hero. 



Counties. 



Orange, 

Orleans, 

Rutland, . . . , 
Washington, . 
Windham, . . . 

Windsor, . . . , 
Total,.. 



Popula- 
tion. 



27,285 
13,985 
31,294 
21,378 

28,748 

40,625 

280;657 



County Towns. 



Chelsea. 

Irasburgh. 

Rutland. 

MONTPELIER. 

Newfanc. 
Windsor, 
Woodstock. 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 



INCREASE. 



In 1790 85,539, 

1800, 154,465 

1810, 217,895 

1820, 235,764 

1830, 280,657 



From 1790 to 1800, 68,826 

1800 to 1810 63,430 

1810 to 1820, 17,869 

1820 to 1830, 55,107 



SLAVES. 
16 








Of the above population of 1830, there were, white Males, 139.986; white Females, 139,790 ; deaf 
and dumb, 153 ; blind, 51 ; aliens. 3.364. Total, 279,770.— Colored Males, 4iC ; Females, 455. Total, 881. 



212 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 

There have been several short canals constructed in this State, on the 
western bank of the Connecticut river ; intended, principally, for improving 
the navigation of that river. The White river Canal is a small work 
around a fall in the Connecticut, affording a passage for flat-bottomed 
boats, and rafts. The Waterqueechy Canal, in Hartland, is another work 
of a similar nature. The Bellows Falls Canal, in Rockingham, is the 
most important, being about half a mile in length, with nine locks, over- 
coming a fall of about 50 feet. It is cut through a bed of hard granite ; 
and affords a safe passage for small steam -boats, rafts, and flat-bottomed 
boats. 



FRIITCIFAIi STAGE HOXTTHS. 



1. From Montpelier 
to Albany. 

To Berlin, 

Williams Town, 

Brookfield, 

Randolph, 

Royalton, 

Stockbridge, . . . 

Sherburn, 

Rutland, 

Castleton, 

Fairhaven, 

Whitehall, 

Albany, 



Miles 

4 
6 
6 
7 
8 

12 

12 
9 

11 
5 
8 

72 



2. From Montpelier 
to Boston. 

To Berlin, 

Williamstown,. . 

Brookfield, 

Randolph, 

Royalton, 

Barnard, 

Woodstock, 

Windsor, 

Claremont, N. H, 

Unity, 

Washington, . . . 

Hillsboro', 

Deering, 

Franceston, .... 
Mount Vernon, . 

Amherst, 

Ty ngsboro', Mass. 
Chelmsford, . . . 

Lowell, 

Billerica, 

BOSTON, .... 



Miles. 

10 
16 
23 
31 
43 
55 
64 
75 
80 
88 
160 



3. Fro)n Montpelier 

to Burlington. 
To Middlesex, . 
Waterbury, . . . 

Bolton, 

Richland, 

Williston, 



4 
6 
6 

7 



12 

10 
4 

14 
8 
6 
6 
8 
4 

17 
4 
4 
6 

18 



Burlington, 



4. From Montpelier 
to Haverhill, N.H. 

ToBarre, 

Orange, 

West Topsham, . . 
Bradford, ....... 

Haverhill, N.H.. . 



10 

16 

23 

31 

39 

47 

59 

69 

73 

87 

95 

101 

107 

115 

119 

136 

140 

144 

150 

168 



12 
19 
26 
30 



5. From Montpelier 
to Derby Line. 

To Calais, 

Woodbury, 

Hardwick, 

Greensboro', .... 

Glover, 

Barton, 

Derby Line, 



6. From Montpelier 

to Keene. 
To Northfield, . . . 

Roxbury, 

Randolph, 

Bethel, 

Barnard, 

Woodstock, 

Weathersfield, . . . 

Springfield, 

Charlestown, N.H 

Surry, 

Keene, 



From Burling- 
ton to Bennington 

To Williston, 

Hinesburg, 

Monkton, 

New Haven, •. . . . 

Middlebury, 

Salisbury, 

Leicester, 

Brandon, 

Pittsford, 

Rutland, 



8 


38 


7 




7 


14 


7 


21 


12 


33 


6 


39 


12 




6 


18 


7 


25 


6 


31 


7 


38 


7 


45 


17 


62 


11 




6 


17 


10 


27 


9 


36 


9 


45 


9 


54 


24 


78 


7 


85 


6 


91 


17 


108 


6 


114 


8 




8 


16 


8 


24 


10 


34 


6 


40 


6 


46 


4 


50 


8 


58 


6 


64 


7 


71 



Clarendon, . . 
Wallingford, 

Danby, 

Dorset, 

Manchester, . 
Sunderland, . 
Arlington, . . 
Shaftsbury, . 
Bennington, . 



From Rutland 
to Walpole. 

To Clarendon, . . . 

Mount Holly, 

Ludlow, 

Chester, 

Rockingham, .... 

Bellows Falls, . . . 

Walpole, N. H. . . 



9. From Haverhill, 
N. H, to Derby 
Line. 

To Newbury, .... 

Wells' River, .... 

Mclndoes' Falls, . 

Barnet, 

St. Johnsbury, . . . 

Lynden, 

Sutton, 

Barton, 

Brownington, . . . 

Derby, 

Derby Line, 



10. From Littleton, 
N.H., to Burling, 
ton, Vt. 

ToWaterford,Vt. 

St. Johnsbury, . . . 

Danville, 

Walden, 

Hardwick, 

Greensboro', .... 

Craftsbury, 

Burlington, 



6 
9 
7 

12 
9 
4 
6 



4 
5 
8 
3 
13 
7 
8 
7 
6 



6 
8 
6 
4 
6 
64 



77 

84 

90 

97 

104 

109 

113 

119 

126 



15 

22 
34 
43 
47 
53 



9 
17 
20 
33 
40 
48 
55 
61 
69 
70 



16 
22 
30 
36 

40 

46 

110 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



213 



11. From Burling- 
ton to Derby Line. 

To Essex, 

Jericho, 

Underbill, 

Cambridge, 

Johnston, 

Hvde Park, 

Wolcot, 

Craftsbury, 

Albany, 

Irasburg, 

Coventry, 

Derby, 

Derby Line, 

12. From Brattle, 
horo' to Albany, 
N.Y. 

To Marlboro', . 
VVilming-ton, . . 



8 
8 
8 
9 
8 
7 
8 
8 
6 
4 
6 
8 



16 

24 
33 

41 
48 
56 
64 
70 
74 
80 
88 
91 



Readsboro', . . 
Bennington, . . 
Hoosick, N.Y. 
Pittstown, . . . 
Brunswick, . . 
Lansingburg, . 

Troy 

ALBANY, . . 



11 
7 



18 



13. From White 
hall, N. v., to Ver- 
gennes. 

To Fairhaven, . 
West Haven, . . 

Benson, 

Orwell 

Shoreham, .... 

Bridport, 

Addison, 

Vergennes, . . . 



6 

14 
7 

14 
7 
2 
3 



241 
38 
4.5 
59 
66 
68 
71 
77 



14. From Middle- 
bury to Royalton. 

To Ripton, 

Hancock, 

Rochester, 

Stockbridge, . . . . 

Bethel, 

Royalton, 



13 
21 
30 
36 
43 
51 
58 



15. From Charles- 
ton, N. H., to Ben- 
nington. 

Springfield, 

Chester, 

Londonderry,. . . . 

Peru, 

VVinhaU 

Manchester, 

Sunderland, 

Arlington, 

Shaftsbury, . . . . , 
iBennington, .... 



8 
12 

4 

7 
10 

5 



20 
24 
31 
41 
46 



6 


13 


17 


30 


3 


33 


6 


39 


5 


44 


5 


49 


4 


53 


6 


59 


7 


66 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

This State, the oldest and most important in New England, was first 
permanently settled by a party of emigrants from England, who left their 
native country on account of religious persecution, to seek an asylum in 
which they might enjoy freedom of conscience, unr'^strained by arbitrary 
power. They landed at Plymouth, in Cape Cod Bay, December 22d, 1620 ; 
and there was first tried the experiment of founding a colony on the 
principles of general virtue and intelligence. In founding this political 
community, the doctrine of equal rights and powers of individuals was 
distinctly recognized. Legislative acts were early passed, for the instruc- 
tion of every child in the community. Religion was the first care of the 
colonists, and, in imitation of the primitive Christians, they threw all their 
property into a common stock ; but the experience of the mischiefs arising 
from this political partnership, soon induced them to relinquish it. Another 
settlement, under the title of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, was planted 
at Salem, in 1628. These colonies were formed by the oppressions, and, 
for the first seventy years of their existence, struggled against the arbitrary 
measures of the Stuart dynasty, until the Revolution of 1688 drove the 
tyrants from the seat of their abused power. They remained separate 
until 1692, when they were united under a new charter, granted by Wil- 
liam and Mary, including Maine. During the Indian and French wars, 
Massachusetts expended much blood and treasure. On her soil, the first 
spark of American independence was lighted : the contest against the 
tyranny of the mother country commenced, at Lexington, 11 miles north- 
west of Boston. On a plain stone column, near the church on the public 
square, is the simple and affecting inscription of the names of the first 
victims of the struggle. No State in the Union has left a more indelible 
impress of her enterprise, education, institutions, and character, on the 
whole country, and on all countries where the American flag is unfurled, 
than Massachusetts. 



214 GENERAL VIEW OF 



This State is bounded north by Vermont and New Hampshire ; east by 
the Atlantic Ocean ; south by Rhode Island and Connecticut ; and west by 
New York. The average extent, from north to south, is 70 miles ; and 
from east to west, 140; area, 8,500 square miles, or 5,440,000 acres. 

The Green Mountains range through the central parts of the State, from 
north to south. These mountains, in their whole extent, abound in noble 
elevations, dark-green forests, pleasant and sheltered valleys, and an 
infinite variety of impressive scenery. The highest peaks are, Saddle 
Mt., Taghkonic, Mt. Tom, Mt. Holyoke, &c. 

Massachusetts has no large rivers wholly within her bounds. The Mer- 
rimack passes out of New Hampshire into the northern division of the 
State, emptying into the sea at Newburyport. The Connecticut, in 
traversing it from north to south, nearly bisects the State. The Housatonic, 
Charles, and Ipswich, Neponset, and Taunton, though they have sliort 
courses, are pleasant streams. The deep bay between Cape Ann and 
Cape Cod, which has given name to the State, has caused it to be known 
in the other States by the name of the Bay State. Cape Ann bounds it on 
the north, and Cape Cod on the south. 

Agriculture receives here great attention, and is conducted with a superior 
degree of skill and intelligence. Commerce and manufactures are, how- 
ever, the great objects of pursuit. In this State, there are near 40 millions 
of dollars invested in manufacturing stock; of which, 6^ millions are 
employed in Lowell alone. This place, which is second only to Pittsburg, 
as a manufacturing town, and may be considered the Manchester of 
America, has been unexampled in its rapid growth. It was commenced in 
1813 ; but its principal increase dates from 1822 : it now contains from 12 
to 13,000 inhabitants. Its various cotton and woollen factories give 
employment to about 6,000 operatives ; the greater part of whom are 
females. About 10^ million pounds of cotton, and near seven hundred 
thousand pounds of wool, are expended annually, in the production of about 
27 million yards of cotton and woollen goods, and carpeting. The supply 
of water-power from the Merrimack is convenient and unfailing. Waltham 
is likewise noted for its manufactures : and in the town of Lynn, from 1^ 
to 2 million pairs of shoes are made annually ; the principal pai't of which 
are exported to the West Indies, and the southern States. 

The commerce of Massachusetts extends to all parts of the globe. In 
the amount of its shipping, it is among the first in the Union ; and, in its 
import trade, second only to New York. In 1831, the imports amounted 
to $14,269,056 ; and the exports, to $7,733,763 ; of which, $4,027,201 
was domestic produce and manufactures, and $3,706,682 foreign produce. 

Twenty millions of dollars are employed in banking capital ; and about 
eight millions in insurance offices. 

This State shares the greater portion of the whale and bank fisheries in 
the United States. This pursuit employs many thousand hands, furnishes 
one of the most important branches of trade in these parts of the United 
States, and trains vast numbers of the most intrepid and experienced mari- 
ners in the world. 

Her literary, religious, and charitable institutions, are the pride of Massa- 
chusetts. Within a few years, Boston alone has expended nearly two 
millions of dollars for objects of that character, exclusive of an annual 
expenditure of about $200,000, for the support of public and private schools. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



215 



POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties. 

Barnstable, . 
Berkshire, . . 

Bristol, .... 

Duke's, .... 

Esse.^, . . . . 

Franklin,. . . 
Hampden, . . 



i'opula- 
tion. 



28,514 
37,835 

49,592 

3,517 

82,859 

29,501 
31,63y 



County Towna. 



Barnstable. 
Lenox. 
^ N. Bedford, 
> Taunton. 
Ldgartown. 
C Salem. 
^ Newburyport 
( Ipswich. 
Greenfield. 
Spring-field. 



Counties. 


Popula- 
tion. 


Hampshire, 

Middlesex, 

Nantucket, 

Norfolk, 

Plymouth, 

SutTolk, 

Worcester, .... 

Total, 


30,254 

77,961 

7,203 
41,972 
43,044 
62,163 
84,835 


610,408 



County Towns. 



Northampton. 
K Cambridge, 
) Concord. 

Nantucket. 

Dcdham. 

Plymouth. 

B'OSWN. 

Worcester. 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 
In 1701, 70,000; in 1742, 164,000; in 1763, 241,024; in 1765, 227,926; in 1776, 
348,094; in 1784, 357,510. 

INCREASE. 

From 1790 to 1800, 44,058 

1800 to 1810, 49,195 

1810 to 1820 51,247 

1820 to 1830 87,121 



In 1790 348,787 

1800, 422,845 

1810, 472,040 

1820 523,287 

1830, 610,408 



Of the above population of 1830, there were, white Males, 294,665; white Females, 308,674; 
deaf and dumb, 256 ; blind, 218 ; aliens, 8,787. Total Whites, 603,359.— Free colored Males, 3,360; 
Females, 3,685. Total, 7,045.— Slaves, 4. 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 
CANALS. 

The Middlesex Canal connects the Merrimack river with Boston harbor. 
It extends from Charlestown, opposite Boston, to Chelmsford, — 27 miles. 
The company was incorporated in 1789, and the canal was completed in 
1808. Breadth at the surface, 30 feet ; at bottom, 20 ; depth of water, 3 
feet; lockage, 136 feet; with 20 locks, and 5 aqueducts. Summit-level, 
104 feet above tide-water; and 32 above the Merrimack. This work, in 
connexion with those in New Hampshire, opens a water communication 
between Boston and the interior parts of that State. Cost §528,000. 

PatctucTcet Canal, in the town of Lowell, is I5 miles in length, 90 feet 
wide, and 4 feet deep ; overcoming a fall of 32 feet. It was originally 
constructed in 1797, but has been since widened and deepened ; and is now 
a very important work, affording an extensive water-power to numerous 
manufactories. 

Blackstone Canal. — This work commences at Worcester, Massachusetts, 
and extends to Providence, R. I. It has 48 locks, each 80 feet long by 10 
wide: breadth at the surface, 34 feet; at the bottom, 18 feet; depth of 
water, 4 feet. The cost of this canal was about $600,000. It was com- 
pleted in 1828. The summit-level at Worcester is 451.61 feet above tide- 
water at Providence. 

The Hampshire and Hampden Canal is intended to connect with the 
Farmington Canal at Southwick, and to extend thence to Northampton — 
20 miles : rise and fall, 298 feet. This work, when completed, will, with 
the Farmington Canal, connect the Connecticut river with New Haven 
harbor. Entire distance, 78 miles. 

South Hadley Canal was constructed for passing a fall of 50 feet, in 
Connecticut river. It is 2 miles in length, with 5 locks. About one-third 
of the length of the canal is cut through a solid rock, 10 feet deep ; and 



216 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



near the locks, more than 40 feet deep, for 300 feet in length. It was 
the earliest work of the kind in the United States, being commenced in 
1792. 

Montague Canal, on the east bank of the Connecticut river, was con- 
structed for passing a fall of 60 feet in the river. It is 3 miles long, 25 
feet wide, and 3 feet deep , with 8 locks. 

BAIL ROADS. 

Quincy Rail-Road. — This work was constructed for transporting granite 
from the quarry at Quincy, to the tide-waters of Neponset river. Includ- 
ing branches, it is 4 miles in length, single track, of stone and iron : an 
inclined plane of 375 feet in length, serves to convey the stone down an 
elevation of 85 feet to the road, at the foot of the quarry. It is the first 
work of the kind finished in the United States, being completed in 1827. 

Boston and Worcester Rail-Road. — This road is to extend to Worcester, 
43 miles : estimated to cost about $900,000, and to be completed in 1834. 
It is proposed to continue the road to the Connecticut river ; thence, through 
Berkshire county into the state of New York, to connect with the New 
York and Albany Rail-Road at Greenbush, opposite to Albany : the whole 
distance about 200 miles. 

Boston and Providence Rail-Road. — This work is to extend, in nearly a 
straight line, from Boston to Providence, R. I., 42 miles. The company 
was incorporated in 1831, with a capital of $1,000,000. Probably, the 
road will be finished in 1834. The immense amount of passengers and 
merchandise constantly passing and repassing between Boston and the 
south, will render this work one of the most important of the kind in the 
Union. It is proposed, at a future period, to continue the road to either 
Stonington or New London, as shall be found most expedient. 

Boston and Taunton Rail-Road, to extend from Boston to Taunton ; dis- 
tance 32 miles. The Company was incorporated in 1831, with a capital 
of $1,000,000. It is proposed to unite this work with the Boston and Provi- 
dence Rail-Road, at Sharon, 18 miles from Boston. 

Boston and Lowell Rail-Road — From Boston to Lowell, 25 miles. The 
company was incorporated in 1830 : to be completed in 1834. This work 
is to be carried across Charles river, by a wooden viaduct, and to terminate 
at the canal basin in Lowell ; from which, there are to be branches along 
the several canals, to the factories. Near its northern termination, it passes 
through a ledge of rock about 900 feet long, and 40 feet high. The cut is 
60 feet wide at the top, and 30 feet at the bottom. This is considered as 
the commencement of a series of rail-roads, to be carried through the 
States of New Hampshire and Vermont, to a point on Lake Champlain, 
opposite to, or near, Plattsburg ; thence, across the State of New York 
to Ogdensburgh, on the St. Lawrence river : the entire distance, about 
335 miles. 

The accomplishment of this line of rail-roads will afford to the city of 
Boston, and the country through which the road passes, as great and 
important advantages as any other enterprise of the kind in the United 
States. 

A Rail-Road is likewise contemplated from Boston to Salem : to be 
continued to the northern line of the State. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



21: 



PRIXTCIFAZ. STAGE ROTTTES. 



1. From Boston to 

Portsmouth. 
To Charlestown, . 

Lynn, 

Sale?n, 

Beverly, 

Wenham, 

Hamilton, 

Ipswich, 

Rowley, 

Newburyport,. . . . 

Salisbury, 

Seabrook, N. H.. . 
Hampton Falls, . . 

Hampton, 

Northampton, . . . 
Portsmouth, 



2. From Boston to 
Albany, via Wor- 
cester and North- 
ampton. 
To Cambridge, . . 

Watertown, 

Waltham, 

Weston, 

East Sudbury, . . . 

Sudbury, 

Marlborough, . . . 
Northborough, . . . 
Shrewsbury, .... 

Worcester, 

Leicester, 

Spencer, 

Brookfield, 

Ware, 

Belchertown, 

Hadley, 

Northampton, .... 
Westhampton, . . . 

Chesterfield, 

Worthington, .... 

Peru, 

Hinsdale, 

Dalton, 

Pittsfield, 

New Lebanon, N.Y. 

Nassau, 

Schodack, 

Greenbush, 

ALBANY, 



3. From Boston to 
Albany, via Lan- 
caster and Green- 
field. 

To Cambridge, . . 

Watertown, 

Waltham, 

Lincoln, 



Miles 
1 

8 

5 



4 
2 
5 
4 

7 
4 
2 
2 
2 
3 
9 



3 

4 
3 
3 
3 
4 
6 
6 
6 
3 
6 
5 
7 
9 

10 
12 
3 
8 
6 
6 
6 
3 
3 
7 
9 
8 
12 
4 
1 



Mile*. 

9 
14 
16 
20 
22 
27 
31 
38 
42 
44 
46 
48 
51 
60 



7 

10 

13 

16 

20 

26 

32 

36 

39 

45 

50 

57 

66 

76 

88 

91 

99 

105 

111 

117 

120 

123 

130 

139 

147 

159 

163 

164 



7 

10 
14 



Stow, 

Bolton, 

Lancaster, 

Sterling, , 

Princeton, 

Hubbardstown, . 

Barre, 

Petersham, 

Leverett, 

Montague, 

Greenfield, 

Decrfield, 

Conway, 

Ashfield, 

Plainfield, 

Savoy, 

Cheshire, 

Lanesboro', .... 

Hancock, 

Stephentown, . . . 

Troy, 

Watervleit, .... 
ALBANY, 



4. From Boston to 
Albany, via Green- 
field Sf Williams- 
town. 
To Lancaster, . . . 

Leominster, 

Fitchburg, 

Westminster, .... 

Gardner, 

Templeton, 

Phillipston, 

Athol, 

Orange, 

Montague, 

Greenfield, 

Shelburne, 

Charlemont, 

Florida, 

Adams, 

Williamstown, . . . 

Hancock, 

Stephen town,N.Y. 

Troy, 

Watervleit, 

ALBANY, 



5. From Boston to 
Neto Haven, via 
Hartford. 

To Brighton, .... 

Newton, 

Natick, 

Framingham, . . . 

Southboro', 

Westboro', 

Worcester, 



8 
6 
4 
6 
7 
7 
5 
5 

15 
5 

10 
7 
4 
6 
7 
7 
8 
5 
8 
4 

18 
6 
6 



/ 

5 

3 

4 

3 

4 

4 

2 

18 

11 

4 

12 

12 

3 

9 

11 

4 

16 
6 
6 



22 

28 

32 

38 

45 

52 

57 

62 

77 

82 

92 

99 

103 

109 

116 

123 

131 

136 

144 

148 

166 

172 

178 



32 

39 

44 

47 

51 

54 

58 

62 

64 

82 

93 

97 

109 

121 

124 

133 

144 

148 

164 

170 

176 



16 
20 
26 
30 
39 



Charlton, 

Sturbridge,. . . . 

Holland, 

StaffordSpriDgs,Ct 

Tolland, 

V'ernon, 

HARTFORD, . . 
Weathersfield, . . . 

Middletown^ 

Durham, 

Northford, 

NEW HAVEN,. 



6. From Boston to 
Saratoga Springs. 
To Cambridge, . . 

Lexington, 

Concord, 

Acton, 

Littleton, 

Groton, 

Pepperel, 

Townsend, 

New Ipswich, . . . 

Jaffrey, 

Marlboro', 

Keene, 

Walpole, 

Bellows Falls, . . . 

Chester, 

Landgrove, 

Manchester, 

Arlington, 

Cambridge, 

Union Village,. . . 
Schuylerville, . . . 
Saratoga Springs, 

7. From Boston to 
Hartford. 

To Dedham, .... 

Medfield, 

Medway, 

Bellingham, 

Milford 

Mendon, 

Uxbridgc, 

Douglass, 

Thompson, 

Pomfret, 

Ashford, 

Mansfield, 

Coventry, 

Manchester, 

East Hartford, . . . 
HARTFORD, . . 

8. From Boston to 
Newport, R. L 

To Roxbury, .... 



11 
7 
6 
9 
8 
6 

11 
5 

10 
6 
9 
9 



3 

7 

7 

7 

3 

8 

3 

6 

12 

10 

5 

5 

14 

8 

14 
15 
15 
12 
12 
8 
5 
12 



10 
8 
5 
4 
4 
3 
4 
6 

10 
7 

11 
6 
6 
8 
C 




50 

57 

63 

72 

80 

86 

97 

102 

111 

117 

126 

135 



10 

17 

24 

27 

35 

38 

44 

56 

66 

71 

76 

90 

98 

112 

127 

142 

154 

166 

174 

179 

191 



18 
23 
27 
31 
34 
38 
44 
54 
61 
72 
78 
84 
92 
98 
100 



218 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



Dorchester, . . . . 

Milton, 

Stoughton, 

N. Bridgewater, 

Easton, 

Taunton, 

Berkley, 

Freetown, 

Troy 

Tiverton, R.I. .. 
NEWPORT, .. 



, From Boston to 
Providence. 
To Roxbury, .... 

Dedham, 

Walpole, 

Foxborough, .... 

Wrentham, 

Pawtucket, 

PROVIDENCE, 



10. 



From Boston 
to Salem. 
To Charlestown, 

Lynn, 

Salem, 



11. From Boston 

to Falmouth. 
To Quincy, . . . 
Hinghani, .... 

Scituate, 

Hanover, 

Pembroke, .... 
Plymouth, .... 
Sandwich, .... 



2 


4 


3 


7 


10 


17 


4 


21 


5 


26 


7 


33 


5 


38 


4 


42 


4 


46 


8 


54 


16 


70 



7 
6 
4 
12 
3 



9 
6 

8 
4 
4 

7 
18 



10 
17 
23 

27 
39 
42 



9 
14 



15 
23 
27 
31 
38 
56 



Falmouth, 



12. From Boston 
to New Bedford. 

To Quincy, 

Weymouth, 

Abington, 

East Bridgewater, 
Bridgewater, .... 
Middleborough,. . 
N. BEDFORD, . 

13. From Boston 
to Dover, N.H. 

To Charlestown, 

Maiden, 

Reading, 

Andover, 

Plaistow,N.H. . 

Kingston, 

Exeter, 

New Market, . . . 

Durham, 

Dover, 



14. From Newbu- 
ryport to Lowell. 

To Rowley, 

Boxford, 

Andover, 

Tewkesbury, . . . . 
Lowell, 



15 



From Salem to 
Lowell. 
To North Reading 
Andover, 



22 



9 

8 
4 
3 
9 
21 



1 
4 

7 

7 

14 



11 

8 



78 Lowell,. 



12 
20 
24 
27 
36 
57 



5 
12 
19 
33 
41 
49 
53 
60 
65 



12 
20 
26 
31 



19 



16. From Worces- 
ter to Keene,N.H 
To Holden, . . . 

Rutlcind, 

Hubbardstown, . . 

Templeton, 

Winchendon, .... 
■Fitzwilham, N. H. 

[Troy 

Keene, 



17. From Worces 

ter to Lowell. 
To Boylestown,. • 

Sterling, 

Lancaster, 

Shirley, 

Groton, 

Westford, 

Chelmsford, 

Lowell, 



18. From Spring. 

field to Albany. 

West Springfield, 

Westfield, 

Becket, 

Lee, 

Stockbridge, .... 

Canaan, 

Chatham, ....... 

Nassau, 

Schodac, 

Greenbush, 

ALBANY, 



11 



7 
6 
6 
6 
6 

12 
4 

10 



9 
3 
6 

13 
3 
3 
5 



2 

11 

20 

10 

4 

10 

5 

6 

5 

6 

1 



30 



13 

19 
25 
31 
43 
47 
57 



12 
18 
31 
34 
37 
42 
47 



13 
33 
43 

47 
57 
62 
68 
73 
79 
80 



RHODE ISLAND 

Is THE smallest State in the Union, but is pleasantly situated, and pos- 
sesses numerous facilities for commerce and manufactures, which the enter- 
prise of its citizens has improved to great advantage. The founder of 
this State was Roger Williams, a man remarkable for his benevolence, 
justice, and pacific policy. He was banished from the Plymouth colony for 
avowing the doctrine of the equal toleration of all religious sects in the 
same political community. In 1636, he purchased lands of the Indians, 
and, in conjunction with his followers, founded the present flourishing city 
of Providence, which place he thus named in grateful acknowledgment of 
the protection of Heaven. In lo38, Williams was followed by Codrington 
and others, who settled the island of Rhode Island. By the wise policy of 
Williams towards the Indians, and his respect to all sects of religion, this 
colony was rendered exceedingly prosperous. The settlement of Rhode 
Island was, for a long time, regarded with a jealous eye by its powerful 
neighbor, Massachusetts ; and the colony, deprived of any assistance, was 
forced to depend upon its own growing resources. When the confederacy 
of the United Colonies of New England was formed, in 1643, Rhode Island, 
at the instance of Massachusetts, was excluded from it, and her commis- 



RHODE-ISLAND. 219 



sioners were not admitted in the congress of deputies which formed it. On 
her petitioning, five years afterwards, to be received as a member, her 
request was refused, unless she would consent to be incorporated with 
Plymouth, and thereby surrender her separate existence. The condition 
was rejected without hesitation, and she was never admitted into the con- 
federacy. For a long period previous to the American revolution, the 
affairs of Rhode Island are barren of incidents. Fortunate in living under 
a well-regulated democracy, enjoying a salubrious climate, and possessing 
great advantages for commerce, the inhabitants of this province, if they 
played no distinguished part in the drama of life, werc prosperous and 
happy. This tranquil period was terminated, in 1765, by the stamp act, 
against which, and every other violence of the British Government, Rhode 
Island opposed a steady and effectual resistance. As early as 1774, the 
royal stores and artillery were seized ; and when the day of open w ar 
dawned, she acted a conspicuous part in the revolutionary contest. In the 
convention which met in 1787, for the purpose of revising the Federal 
Constitution, Rhode Island was not represented, and for some time evinced 
considerable hostility to the new frame of government. She was the last 
of the original thirteen States to accede to the present constitution, her 
consent being retarded until May, 1790. 

Rhode Island has no written constitution, and diflers in this respect from 
the other States. She is governed by the charter of Charles II., granted 
in 1663, the provisions of which are so liberal, that little inconvenience has 
been hitherto experienced from the want of a constitution. 

This State is bounded north and east by Massachusetts, south by the 
Atlantic Ocean, and west by Connecticut. Its exten., from north to south, 
is about 48 miles, and from east to west, 42 ; area 1 ,500 square miles, or 
960,000 acres. The face of the country is mostly level, except in the north- 
west, part of which is hilly and rocky. The soil is generally better adapted 
to grazing than tillage. A large proportion of the north-western and west- 
ern part of the State has a thin and lean soil, but the islands and country 
bordering on Narragansett Bay are of great fertility, and are celebrated for 
their fine cattle, and the abundance and excellence of their butter and 
cheese. The products are corn, rye, barley, oats, and some wheat. 

The island of Rhode Island is celebrated for its beautiful, cultivated 
appearance, abounding in smooth swells, and being divided with great 
uniformity into well-tilled fields. The climate much resembles that of 
Massachusetts and Connecticut in its salubrity: the parts of the State 
adjacent to the sea are favored with refreshing breezes in summer, and its 
winter is the most mild of any of the New England States. 

This is the most manufacturing section of the Union, in proportion to its 
population. In 1831, there were 116 cotton manufactories, 5 bleacheries, 
and 2 calico-printing establishments, with an aggregate capital of .$6,794,715 
employed alone in the manufacture of cotton. The commercial prosperity 
of the State has kept pace with its manufactures : the amount of shipping 
is between 40 and 50,000 tons. The amount of imports was, in 1831, 
$562,161 : exports, domestic, $348,250 ; foreign, $19,215 : total $367,465. 
In no part of the United States has banking been carried on to such an 
extent as in Rhode Island. There are in this small State 51 banks, with 
an aggregate capital of $6,723,296. There are at present 323 public 
schools, towards the support of which the State pays annually $10,000. 



220 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties 

Bristol, . . . . 

Kent, 

Newport, . . . 



Popula- 
tion. 



5,466 
12,789 
16,535 



County Towns. 



Bristol. 

E. Greenwich. 

Newport. 



Counties. 


Popula- 
tion. 


Provi ence, 

Washington, 


47,018 
15,411 


Total, 


97,199 



County Towns. 



Providence. 
S. Kingston. 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 

In 1701, 10,000; in 1730, 17,935; in 1748, 34,128; in 1755, 46,636; in 1774, 
59,678 ; in 1783, 51,809. 



INCREASE. 



In 1790, 68,825. 

1800, 69,122 

1810 76,931 

1820, 83,059 

1830, 97,199 



From 1790 to 1800, 297 

1800 to 1810, 7,809 

1810 to 1820 6,128 

1820 to 1830, 14,140 



SLAVES. 

948 
380 
108 

48 

14 



Of tlie above population of 1830, there were, white Males, 45,333; white Females, 48,288; deaf 
and dumb, 43; b!ind,57; aliens, 1,103. Total whites, 93,621.— Free colored Males, 1,544; Females, 
2,020. Total, 3,564.— Slaves, Males, 3 ; Females, 11. Total, 14. 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 

Canals. — See Blackstone Canal, in Massachusetts. 

Rail-Roads. — A company was incorporated in 1832, to construct a 
rail-road from Providence to Norwich, in Connecticut ; and another, to 
construct a rail -road from Providence to Stonington, in Connecticut. 



FRIirCIFiilj STAGZ: HOTTTSS. 



1. From Provi- 






dencc to Spring- 


dence to Newport. 


^^les 


Miles. 


field, Mas. 


To Barrington, • . 


8 




To Greenville,. . . 


Warren, 


3 


11 


Chepacket, 


Bristol, 


4 


15 


Thompson, 


Portsmouth, 


3 


18 


Southbridge, 


Newport, 


9 


27 


Sturbridge, 








Brinifield, 


2. From Provi- 






Monson, 


dence to New 






Wilbraham, 


London, Ct. 






Springfield, 


To Coventry, .... 


14 






West Greenwich, 


4 


18 


5. Frotn Provi- 


Hopkinton, 


IG 


34 


dence to NeiD 


North Stonington, 


6 


40 


Bedford, Mas. 




13 
1 


53 
54 


To Seekonk, . . . . 
Swansey, 


New London, . . . 








Fall River, 


3. From Provi- 






West Port, 


dence to Taun- 






New Bedford, . . . 


ton, Mas, 








To Pawtucket, . . 


3 




6. From Bristol to 


Seekonk, 


2 


5 


Sandwich, Mas. 


Rehoboth, 


8 


13 


To Tiverton, 


Taunton, 


8 


21 


Little Compton, . . 
Westport, 


4. Frotn Provi- 






New Bedford, . . . 



9 




7 


16 


12 


28 


11 


39 


6 


45 


6 


51 


7 


58 


7 


65 


8 


73 


4 




9 


13 


4 


17 


7 


24 


10 


34 


6 




10 


16 


9 


25 


9 


34 



Fair Haven, 
Rochester, . 
Wareham, . 
Sandwich, . 



7. From Newport 
to Neiv Bedford. 

To Portsmouth, . 

Westport, 

Dartmouth, 

New Bedford, . . . 

8. From Provi- 
dence to Worces- 
ter, Mas. 

To Slatersville, . . 

Uxbridge, 

Northbridgc, .... 

Milbury, 

Worcester, 

9. From Bristol to 

Taunton. 

To Warren, 

Somerset, 

Dighton, 

Taunton, 



2 
11 

7 
14 



10 

12 

3 

5 



18 
8 
6 
8 



4 
11 

4 

7 



36 
47 
54 
68 



22 
25 
30 



26 
32 

40 
46 



15 

19 
26 



CONNECTICUT. ooi 



CONNECTICUT. 

Connecticut was first settled by emigrants from Massachusetts, who 
located themselves in Windsor, Hartford, and Weathersficld. A charter 
was granted to them by Charles II., in 1662. New Haven, which was 
settled by emigrants from England in 1638, formed, for some time, a 
separate colony ; but was united with Connecticut, under this charter, in 
1665. The people were greatly harassed by the arbitrary and oppressive 
conduct of James II. In 1687, Sir Edmond Andros, having been appointed 
governor of New England, came to Hartford, and, by royal authority, 
demanded a surrender of the charter. The assembly, being then in session, 
were reluctant to comply ; and, while the subject was under consideration, 
the charter was secretly conveyed away, and concealed in the cavity of an 
old oak tree, on the estate of Mr. Wyllys, one of the magistrates of the 
colony. This charter formed the basis of the government, until 1818, 
when the present constitution was adopted. — Blessed with a salubrious 
climate, and a fertile country of hill and dale, the people of this state enjoy 
as much happiness as is allotted to any part of the human family. Its 
population is always full, although its domain is not extensive. No Atlantic 
State has sent so many of its childrep, or so large a share of intellectual 
wealth, to the western country. In no part of the world, have more ample 
means been provided for education, than in this State. Her institutions 
of learning, and provision for the general instruction of the people, 
have placed Connecticut on a proud eminence among her sister States. 
Her school fund is nearly two millions of dollars ; the interest of which, 
amounting in 1832 to upwards of $84,000, affords instruction to about 
90,000 children, annually- 
Perfect religious toleration is enjoyed in Connecticut: no person is 
compelled to support, or be connected with, any religious association or 
church. 

This State is bounded on the north by Massachusetts ; south by Long 
Island Sound ; east by Rhode Island ; and west by New York. It is 90 
miles in length, 70 miles in breadth, and contains 4,764 square miles, or 
3,048,960 acres. 

The principal Rivers are, the Connecticut, Housatonic, Thames, Farm- 
ington, and Naugatuck. The face of the country is, generally, hilly ; and, 
in the north-western parts, mountainous. 

The soil is good ; and the industrious inhabitants have not neglected its 
cultivation. The valley of Connecticut river, from Middletown to the 
northern boundary of the State, is a luxuriant meadow, chequered by 
patches of wheat, corn, and other grain. Some other parts of the State 
are well cultivated, and fruitful ; and some portions are beautiful, as well 
from the gifts of nature, as the improvements of art. 

The chief productions are, Indian corn, rye, wheat; in many parts, 
oats, barley, buckwheat, flax in large quantities, &c. Orchards are 
numerous, and cider is made for exportation. The State is, however, 
generally better adapted to grazing than tillage, and its fine meadows and 
pastures enable the farmer to feed great numbers of neat cattle, horses, and 
sheep. The quantity of butter and cheese, annually made, is great, and 
of well-known excellence. 

T 2 



222 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



The manufactures of Connecticut are considerable ; and the ingenuity 
and industry of the people, in this line, have a reputation coextensive with 
the Union. The principal articles are cotton and woollen goods, clocks, 
glass, hats, buttons, fire-arms, a large amount of tin-ware, and many other 

products. 

The foreign trade is chiefly with the West Indies ; but it is less extensive 
than the coasting trade. The exports were, in 1831, $448,883. New 
London, Stonington, and some other towns, have lately engaged, with 
much success, in the whaling business. 

There are twenty banks, with a capital of upwards of five millions of 
dollars; besides which, there are 11 insurance companies, and five banks 
for savings. 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties 

Fairfield, . . . 

Hartford, . . . 
Litchfield, . . 

Middlesex, . . 



Popula- 1 County Towns. 



/ICQ en 5 Fairfield, 
46'9^0 ) Danbury. 
Hartford. 
Litchfield. 
Middletown, 
Haddam. 



51,141 

42,855 

24,845 



Counties. 

New Haven, . 

New London, 

Tolland, 

Windham, . . . 
Total,.. 



Popula- 
tion. 



43,848 

42,295 

18,700 
27,077 



297,675 



County Towns. 



New Haven. 
London, 
Norwich. 
ToUand. 
Brooklyn. 



p.' 
)Noi 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 



In 1701,.. 
1749,.. 
1756,., 

1774,. 

1782,. 



30,000 
100,000 
130,611 
197,856 
209,150 



In 1790,.. 237,946 11 increase. 

1800,. . 251,002 From 1790 to 1800,. . 
1810,. . 261,942 1800 to 1810,. . 

1820,.. 275,248 1810 to 1820,. , 

1830,.. 297,675 l| 1820 to 1830,. 



13,056 
10,940 
13,306 

22,427 



SLAVES. 

2,764 

954 

310 

97 



Of the above population of 1830, there were, white Males, 143,047; white Females, 146,556; 
of which are, deaf and dumb, 294 ; blind, 188 ; aliens, 1,481. Total Whites, 289,603.— Free colored, 
8,047; Slaves, 25; deaf and dumb, 6; blind, 7. Total, 8,075. 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 

CANALS. 

Farmington Canal. — This work commences at New Haven, and passes 
through the State of Connecticut, 58 miles, to the northern boundary of 
the sfate, where it connects with the Hampshire and Hampden Canal, 20 
miles in length, terminating at Northampton, on the Connecticut river : 
whole distance, 78 miles. Fifty-six miles of this canal are completed. It 
is 36 feet wide, at the surface of the water ; 20 feet at the bottom ; and 4 
feet in depth : lockage, 218 feet. The locks are 80 feet in the clear, and 
12 feet wide. At its commencement, at New Haven, is a basin of 20 
acres. Commenced in 1825, and finished in 1831, at a cost of $600,000. 

Enfield Canal. — This Canal is constructed around Enfield Falls, on 
Connecticut river. It commences about 11 miles above Hartford, and is 5^ 
miles in length, with 3 locks, each 90 by 20 feet, overcoming a fall of 30 
feet. Besides the advantages derived from this work, in the improvement 
of the navigation of the river, it furnishes a large amount of water-power, 
which is yet but partially improved. 

Rail Road. — A rail-road has been projected from New Haven to Hart- 
ford, and a company formed for the purpose of carrying it on. 



COiNNECTKUT. 



223 



FRIITCIFAZi STAaz: ROUTES. 



1. From New Ha- 
ven to New York. 

To Milford, 

Stratford, 

Bridgeport, 

Fairjield, 

Saugatuck, 

Norwalk, 

Darien, 

Stamford, 

Greenwich, 

Sawpits,N. Y.... 

Rye, 

Mamaroneck, . . . 
New Rochelle, . . . 

East Chester, 

West Farms, . . . . 

Hterlem 

New York, 



2. From Provi- 
dence, R. /^ to 
New Haven. 

To Scituate, R. I. 

Sterlingf, 

Plain field, 

Jewett's City, . . . 

Norwich, 

New London, .... 

Waterford, 

Lyme, 

Say Brook, 

Killingworth, .... 

Madison, 

Guilford, 

Branford, 

East Haven, .... 

NEW HAVEN,. 



3. From New Ha. 
ven to Poughkeep. 
sie, N. Y. 
To Derby, .... 
Huntington, . . . 

Monroe, 

Newton, 

Danbury, 

Milltown, N. Y. 
Patterson, .... 

Fishkill, 

Poughkeepsie, . 



4. From Hartford 

to New Haven. 
To Farniington, . 
Southington, .... 

Cheshire, 

NEW HAVEN,. 



5. From Hartford 



Milo 

9 
5 
4 
3 
6 
3 
6 
3 
5 
3 
2 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
8 



11 
15 

4 

6 

g 

13 

3 

13 

4 
9 
4 
5 
9 
3 
4 



8 
4 
4 
7 

10 

8 

8 

14 

13 



9 

8 

6 

14 



14 

18 
21 
27 
30 
36 
39 
44 
47 
49 
53 
57 
60 
64 
68 
76 



to Norwalk. 
To Farmington, 
Burlington, .... 
Harwinton, .... 

Litchfield, 

New Milford, . . . 

Brookfield', 

Danbury, 

Reading, 

Wilton, 

Norwalk, 



26 

30 

36 

44 

5 

60 

73 

77 

86 

90 

95 

104 

107 

111 



12 
16 
23 
33 
41 
49 
63 
76 



17 
23 
37 



6. From Hartford, 

Ct., to Haverhill 
To East Windsor, 

Enfield, 

Long Meadow, Mas. 

Springfield, 

South Hadley, . . . 

Amherst, 

Sunderland, 

Montague, 

Northfield, 

Hinsdale, N.H... 
Brattleboro', Vt. . 
Chesterfield, N.H. 
Westmoreland, . . 

Walpole, 

Bellows-Falls, Vt. 
Charlestown, N.H. 

Claremont, 

Cornish, 

Windsor, Vt 

Plainfield, N. H. . 

Lebanon, 

Hanover, 

Lyme, 

Orford, 

Picrmont, 

Haverhill, 



From Hartford 
to Litchfield. 

To Farmington, 

Bristol, 

Plymouth, .... 

Litchfield, : . . . 



8. From Hartford 
to Albany, N. Y. 

To Canton, 

New Hartford,. .. 

Winchester, 

Norfolk 

Canaan, 

Sheffield, Mas.... 

Egremont, 

Austerlitz, N. Y.. 
jSpencertown, .... 
Chatham, 



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ALBANY, 



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to Neio London 
To East Hartford, 
Manchester, .... 

Bolton, 

Andover, 

Columbia, 

Lebanon, 

Franklin, 

Norwich, 

New London, . . . 



10. From Hart- 
ford to Ware, 
Mas. 

To East Hartford, 

East Windsor,. . . 

Ellington, 

Somers, 

Wilbraham, Mas. 

Palmer, 

Ware, 



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dence, R. /., to 
Hartford. 

To Scituate, 

Foster, R.I 

Killingly, 

Pomfret, 

Ashford, 

Mansfield, 

Coventry, 

Manchester, 

East Hartford,... 

HARTFORD, . . 



12. From Provi- 
dence, R. I., to 
Middletown. 

To Foster, R. L . 

Killingly, 

Brooklyn, 

Windham, 

Columbia, 

Hebron, 

Chatham, 

Middletown, .... 



13. From Litch- 
field to Pough 
keepsie, N. Y. 

To Sharon , 

Amenia, N. Y. . . 

Washington, .... 

Pleasant Valley, . 

Poushktepsie, . . . 



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14. From Hartford 
to Newbury, Vt. 

To Windsor, 

Suffield, 

Springfield, Mas, 
West Springfield, 
East Hampton, . 
Northampton, . . . 

Hatfield, 

Whately, 

Deerfield, 

Greenfield, 

Bernardston, . . . 
Guilford, Vt. . . . 
Brattleboro', . . 
Dummerstown, 



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Westminster, . . . . 
Walpole, N. H. . . 
Bellows Falls, Vt. 

Springfield, 

Windsor, 

Hartland, 

Hartford, 

Hanover, N. H. . . 

Norwich, Vt 

Thetford, 

Fairlee, 

Bradford, 

Newbury, 

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Woodbridge, .... 

Waterbury, 

Watertown, 

\ Litchfield, 

East Goshen, .... 

Canaan, 

Sheffield, 

Great Barrington, 
West Stockbridge, 

Chatham, 

Nassau, 

Schodack, 

Greenbush, . . . 
ALBANY, . . . 



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NEW YORK. 

The territory now forming the State of New York was originally 
included in the grant of Virginia, made by Queen Elizabeth, and in the 
grant of North and South Virginia, made in 1606 by James I. This part 
of the continent was, however, unknown to Europeans, until 1609, when 
it was first discovered by Henry Hudson, an enterprising English naviga- 
tor, then in the employ of the Dutch East India Company. The first 
settlements were made by the Dutch, in 1614, at New Amsterdam and 
Fort Orange, now the cities of New York and Albany. In 1621, the 
States General of the United Provinces granted the colony to the Dutch 
West India Company, by the name of the New Netherlands. From the 
Dutch it was conquered by the English, in 1664, and granted by Charles 
II., together with some adjacent parts, to his brother James, Duke of York, 
when it first received the name it now bears. 

New York soon became an important colony, and continued gradually 
to grow in resources and population. The people of this province opposed 
as strenuous a resistance to the arbitrary measures of the mother country, 
as any of her sister colonies ; and, during the continuance of the revolu- 
tionary contest, was the theatre of hostilities for most part of that gloomy 
period. Some of the most memorable events of the war occurred in this 
State, particula]*y the capture of General Burgoyne and his army, in 1777, 
a year also rendered memorable in her annals by the adoption of a repub- 
lican constitution. 

From the peace of 1783, she made wonderful advances in wealth and 
population. This State takes rank in the confederacy of the Union, not 
only in population, but in extent and wealth, great public works, and 
geographical position. Her central situation, excellent climate, fertile and 
extensive territory; her navigable rivers, magnificent internal improve- 
ments, and vast inland seas, together with the proximity of her chief city 
to the Ocean, all afford her the greatest advantages in agriculture, com- 
merce, and manufactures. What the hand of nature has withheld from 
New York, the genius of her Clintons and her Fultons has supplied : she 
is, in fact, an epitome of all configurations of surface, all varieties of land 
and river scenery, and all conditions of man, from the sumptuous patrician 
of Broadway, to the backwoodsman rearing his humble cabin amid the 
primeval forests of the west. ^ 



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225 



This State produces in great abundance all the staple commodities and 
luxuries common to the climate, the surplus of which, and large quantities 
from other States, find an easy access to the great mart of New York. 
The salt-springs of Onondaga Lake, at the villages of Salina, Syracuse, 
«Sic., produce a large revenue to the State ; and the mineral waters of 
Ballston and Saratoga give health to many and pleasure to all who visit them. 

This State carries on an extensive foreign commerce with all quarters 
of the world, for the most part through the city and port of New York. 
The number of vessels that arrived there in 1832, from foreign countries, 
was 1,810, of which 1,290 were American. The amount of imports, in 
the same year, amounted to $52,855,929, and the exports to $16,941,488, 
on which the duties that accrued to the General Government were 
$17,123,174 70 cts. : at the same time the number of passengers that 
arrived was 48,589. 

New York is the most northern of the middle States, and is bounded 
north by Lake Ontario, the St. Lawrence river, and Lower Canada ; east 
by Vermont, Massachusetts, and Connecticut ; south by the Atlantic Ocean, 
New Jersey, and Pennsylvania ; and west by Lake Erie, Pennsylvania, 
and the Niagara river. Length, 316 miles ; breadth, 304 : containing 
about 47,000 square miles, or 31,080,000 acres. 

The principal rivers are the Hudson, St. Lawrence, Delaware, Susque- 
hanna, Alleghany, Genesee, Niagara, Oswego, and the Mohawk. A part 
of the lakes Erie, Ontario, and Champlain, are in this State. The other 
principal lakes are Lake George, Cayuga, Seneca, Oneida, Oswegatchie, 
Canandaigua, &c. 

The soil in the maritime part of the State is sandy, in the middle beauti- 
fully undulating, and in the western and southern division remarkably level, 
rich, and inclining to alluvial formation. 

In this State, there are 200 woollen manufactories; 112 cotton-mills, 
with a capital of $4,485,500, manufacturing 21,010,920 yards, valued at 
$3,530,250, and using 7,961,670 pounds of cotton annually, and employ, 
ing 15,970 persons; above 200 iron-works, making $4,000,000 worth ; 
50 paper-mills, making $700,000 worth ; leather made to about the value 
of $3,458,000 ; and hats to the value of $3,500,000 ; &c. &c. ; per annum. 

The annual expenditure for common schools exceeds one million dollars. 
Nearly one-tenth of this sum is paid from a school fund, one-tenth by a 
tax on the towns, two-tenths by a tax on the property of the several school 
districts, and six-tenths are paid voluntarily by the parents and guardians 
of the scholars. The number of scholars in these schools, in 1833, between 
the ages of 5 and 15 years, was 508,878 ; and the proportion of the children 
that are known to be taught, to the whole population of the State, is more 
than one to four. In nine counties, more than one-third of the population 
are children at school during some part of the year. 

By an act of the State of New York, passed in 1829, every bank there- 
after to be chartered or renewed, was obliged to contribute one half per 
cent, per annum of its capital, in order to establish a safety fund, which 
should be placed in the hands of commissioners, to provide for the payment 
of the debts of any banks which should become insolvent. In 1833, theje 
were 61 banks subject to this act, with a capital of $20,581,460. The 
capital of banks not subject to the safety fund, was $8,100,000, including 
three branches of the United States' Bank. 



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GENERAL VIEW OF 



The steam-boats in this State, in 1833, were estimated at 82 in number, 
the principal part of which ran from the city of New York. One of them 
measured 518 tons burden. The most rapid boats have run between the 
two cities of New York and Albany in less than 10 hours. The mail is 
carried from New York to Quebec, (almost the whole distance, in steam- 
boats,) in 96 hours. 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties. 


Population 


Albany, 


53,560 


Alleghany, .... 


26,218 


Broome, 


17,582 


Cattaraugus, . . 


16,726 


Cayuga, 


47,947 


Chatauque,. . . . 


36,657 


Chenango, .... 


37,404 


Clinton, 


19,344 


Columbia, 


39,959 


Cortland, 


23,693 


Delaware, 


32,933 


Dutchess, 


50,929 


Erin, 


35,710 
19,387 


Essex, 


Franklin, 


11,312 


Genesee, 


51,992 


Greene, 


29,525 


Hamilton, 


1,325 


Herkimer, .... 


35,869 


Jefferson, 


48,515 


Kings, 


20,537 


Lewis, 


14,958 


Livingston, . . . 


27,719 


Madison, 


39,037 


Monroe, 


49,862 


Montgomery,. . 


43,593 


New York, 


203,007 


Niagara, 


18,485 


Oneida, 


71,326 


Onondaga, . . . . 


58,974 


Ontario, 


40,167 



County Towns. 



Albany. 

Angelica. 

Binghampton. 

Ellicottsville. 

Auburn. 

Mayville. 

Norwich. 

Plattsburg. 

Hudson. 

Cortlandville. 

Delhi. 

Poughkeepsie. 

Buffalo. 

Elizabeth Town 

Malone. 

Batavia. 

Catskill. 

Wells. 

Herkimer. 

Watertown. 

Flatbush. 

Martinsburg. 

Geneseo. 
^ Cazenovia, 
) Morrisville. 

Rochester. 

Johnstown. 

New York. 

Lockport. 

SUtica, 
Rome, 
Whitesboro', 
Syracuse. 
Canandaigua. 



Counties. Population 



Orange, 

Orleans, 

Oswego, 

Otsego, 

Putnam, 

Queens, 

Rensselaer, . . 
Richmond, . . . 
Rockland, .... 
Saratoga, .... 
St. Lawrence,. 
Schenectady, . 
Schoharie, . . . 

Seneca, 

Steuben, 

Suffolk 

Sullivan, 

Tioga, 

Tompkins, . . . 

Ulster, 

Warren, 



County Towns. 



Washington, 



Wayne, 

West Chester, 
Yates, 



Total . 



45,372 
18,873 
27,104 

51,372 

12,701 
22,278 
49,472 
7,084 
9,388 
38,616 
36,351 
12,334 
27,910 

21,031 

33,975 
26,780 
12,372 

27,704 

36,545 
36,559 
11,795 

42,615 

33,515 

36,459 
19,019 



3 Goshen, 
( Newburgh. 
Albion. 
^ Oswego, 
( Richland. 
Cooperstown. 
Carmel. 

NewHempstead 
Troy. 
Richmond. 
Clarkstown. 
Ballston. 
Potsdam. 
Schenectady. 
Schoharie. 
S Ovid, 
) Waterloo. 
Bath. 

Riverhead. 
Monticello. 
^ Elmira, 
) Owego. 
Ithaca. 
Kingston. 
Caldwell. 

Salem, 

Sandy Hill. 

Lyons, 

Palmyra. 
Bedford. 
Penn Yan. 



1,918,608 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 



In 1701,. . 30,000 
1731,. . 50,395 
1749,. . 100,000 
1771,.. 163,338 
1825,.. 1,616,458 



In 1790,. . 
1800,. . 
1810,. . 
1820,. 



340,120 
586,050 
959,049 
1,372,812 



INCREASE. 



1830,. . 1,918,608 



From 1790 to 1800, . .245,930 
1800 to 1810,.. 372,999 
1810 to 1820,.. 413,763 
1820 to 1830,.. 545,896 



SLAVES. 

21,324 
20,613 
15,017 
10,088 
46 



Of the above population of 1830, there were, white Males, 951,516; v^hite Females, 916,670; 
deaf and dumb, 842; blind, 642; aliens, 52,488: total, 1,868,166. Free colored Males, 21,465; Fe- 
males, 23,404: total, 44,869. Slaves— Males, 12; Females, 34: total, 46. 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 
^ CANALS COMPLETED. 

Erie Canal. — This canal extends from Albany, on Hudson river, to 
Buffalo, on Lake Erie. Commenced July 4th, 1817 ; first navigated, from 
Utica to Rome, 15 miles, October 3d, 1819; tolls first received July 1st, 



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1820. Canal completed in 1825. Length, from Hudson river to Lake 
Erie, 363 miles ; width, at the surface of the water, 40 feet ; width, at the 
bottom, 28 feet ; depth of water, 4 feet. Number of locks, 84 ; rise and 
fall, 698 feet. Cost, $9,027,456 05cts. Tolls in 1831, $1,091,714 26cts. ; 
in 1832, $1,085,612 28cts. 

Champlain Canal extends from Whitehall, on Lake Champlain, to 
Albany. Commenced, October, 1817 ; opened for navigation, November, 
1819. Length, 72 miles ; width and depth the same as Erie canal. Num- 
ber of locks, 21 ; rise and foil, 188 feet. Cost, $1,179,871 95 cts. Tolls 
received in 1831, $102,896 23 cts.; in 1832, $110,191 95 cts. 

Oswego Canal is a branch of the Erie, extending from Salina to Oswego, 
connecting Lake Ontario with the Erie canal. Length, 38 miles. One half 
of the distance is canal, the remainder slack-water navigation : 14 locks. 
Descent from Salina to Lake Ontario, 123 feet. Cost, $525,115 57 cts. 
Tolls in 1831, $16,271 10 cts. 

Cayuga and Seneca Canal, extending from Geneva, on Seneca lake, to 
Montezuma, on Erie canal, is one half canal and one half slack- water navi- 
gation. Length, 20 miles and 44 chains: 11 locks of wood. Descent from 
Seneca lake to Montezuma, 732 feet. Canal constructed in 1828. Cost, 
$214,000 31 cts. Tolls in 1830, $11,987 81 cts. ; in 1831, $12,920 39 cts. 

The four canals described above were constructed at the expense of the 
State, and still remain under the administration of the State government as 
public property. 

Aggregate length, including 8 miles of navigable feeders, 492 miles. 

Do. Cost $10,946,443 68 

Do. Tolls in 1830, 1,0.56,799 67 

Do. Tolls in 1831 1,222,801 90 

Chemung Canal, another work of the State, extends from the head 
waters of Seneca lake to the Chemung (or Tioga) river. Length, 18 miles, 
with a navigable feeder of 13 miles from Painted Post, on the Chemung 
river, to the summit-level, making in the whole 31 miles of canal naviga- 
tion. Amount appropriated by the Legislature, April, 1829, for the con- 
struction of this canal, $300,000. On the canal are 53 locks of wood, 
6 culverts, 3 aqueducts, 70 bridges, 1 dam, and 1 guard-lock of stone. 
Completed in 1832. 

Crooked Lake Canal is to extend from Crooked Lake, near Pen Yan, 
to the outlet of Seneca Lake, about 7 miles. Lockage, 270 feet. Appro- 
priated by the Legislature for this canal, $120,000. 

Canal Debt. 

Erie and Champlain Canals, $7,001,035 86 

Oswego Canal, 427,347 00 

Cayuga and Seneca Canal, 237,000 00 

Chemung Canal, 290,263 00 

Crooked Lake Canal, 100,000 00 

Total Canal Debt, $8,055,645 86 

Canal Fund. 

Bonds for sales of Land, $21,538 46 

Five per cent. State Stocks 310,000 00 

Loan to the city of Albany 75,000 00 

Deposits in banks for Canal Tolls collected, 1,833,229 41 

Total Canal Fund, $2,240,050 87 



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GENERAL VIEW OF 



Canals designed to be constructed by the State. 

Chenango Canal, to extend from the Erie canal, in Oneida county, to 
Binghampton, in Broome county, on Susquehanna river. Length, 92^ 
miles. 

Elevation from the Erie canal to the summit-level, 706 feet. 

Descent from thence to the Susquehanna river, 303 do. 

Total Lockage, 1,009 do. 

Estimated Cost, $944,775 36 

Black River Canal, to extend from Rome to the High Falls on the 
Black river, 36 miles, with a navigable feeder of 9 miles at Boonville, and 
the improvement of 40 miles' river navigation from the High Falls to 
Carthage. 

Length of canal and river navigation, 76 miles. 

Rise and fall from Rome to the Black river, 1,078 feet. 

Estimated cost, $602,544 

Canals constructed by private Companies. 

Delaware and Hudson Canal. — Company, incorporated April, 1823, for 
the purpose of constructing a canal and rail-road from the Hudson river to 
the Coal Mines in Luzerne county, Penn., with a capital of $1,500,000. 
The canal was commenced in July, 1825; completed in October, 1828. 
Length of the canal, from tide-water of the Hudson to Honesdale, Wayne 
county, Pennsylvania, 108 miles. Length of the rail-road, from Honesdale 
to the Coal Mines in Carbondale, Luzerne county, Pennsylvania, 24 miles. 
The canal is from 32 to 36 feet wide, and 4 feet deep. Coal is the most 
important article transported upon this canal, of which 43,200 tons were 
brought down in 1830. Amount of tolls, in 1831, (exclusive of coal- 
boats,) $19,500. 

Haerlem Canal. — Company incorporated April, 1826. Capital, 550,000 
dollars. It is to extend from Hudson to East river, through Manhattan 
Island. Length, 3 miles, 60 feet wide, and from 6 to 7 deep. It is to be 
walled with stone on both sides, and to have a street on each side, 50 feet 
wide, its whole length, with a lock at each end to command the tide-water. 
The work is now in progress. 

Chittenango Canal. — Company incorporated in 1818. Length, Ij miles. 
Extends from Chittenango Mill to the Erie Canal, with 4 locks. 

Sodus Canal. — Company incorporated in 1829. Capital, $200,000. 
Canal to extend from Seneca river to Great Sodus Bay, on Lake Ontario. 

The following Canal Companies have been incorporated, which have not 
yet commenced operations. Harlaem River, Owasco and Erie, Auburn 
and Owasco, New York and Sharon, Niagara, Jefferson County, Oswego, 
Greenville, Black River, and Long Island. 

KAIL-EOADS. 

Mohawh and Hudson Rail-Road. — Company incorporated in April, 
1826. Capital, $300,000, with permission to increase it to $500,000. It 
extends from Albany to Schenectady, and affords communication between 
the tide- water of Hudson river and the Erie Canal. Length, about 16 
miles. Double-track — one now completed, the other in progress — was 
commenced in August, 1830. Cost, from $600,000 to $700,000. 

Saratoga and Schenectady Rail-Road. — Company incorporated April, 
1831. Capital, $150,000. This rail-road forms a continuation of the 



NEW YORK. 229 



Mohawk and Hudson Rail-Road, from the city of Schonectady to the 
villages of Ballston Spa and Saratoga, and unites these places with the line 
of steam-navigation upon the Hudson. Length, 20 miles. Commenced 
in 1831 ; completed in 1832. Cost, from $230,000 to $250,000. 

Catskill and Canajdharie Rail-Road. — Company incorporated in 1830. 
Capital, 8600,000. To extend from Catskill to Canajoharie : distance, 70 
miles. The capital stock has been subscribed, and a part of the rail-road 
put under contract. 

Ithaca and Owego Rail-Road. — Company incorporated in 1828. Capi- 
tal, $150,000. To extend from the village of Ithaca, at the head of Cayuga 
lake, to the village of Owego, on the Susquehanna river : distance, 29 miles. 
Capital stock subscribed, route surveyed and determined, and work now in 
progress. 

Haerlcm Rail-Road. — Company incorporated in April, 1831. Capital, 
$350,000. To extend from Twenty-third street, New York city, to Haer- 
lem. The work is now under contract. It is proposed to unite the con- 
templated rail-road from New York to Albany with a rail-road at the 
termination of the Fourth Avenue. 

Rochester Rail-Road. — Company incorporated in April, 1831, for the 
purpose of constructing a rail-road from Rochester to the head of navigation 
on Genesee river, below the falls, and opening a communication between 
the Erie canal at Rochester and Lake Ontario. Completed in 1832. 

Rail-Roads projected. 

New York and Erie Rail-Road — Company incorporated April 14th, 
1832. Capital, $10,000,000. To extend from the city of New York, or 
from some point in its vicinity, and to continue through the southern tier 
of counties, through Owego in the county of Tioga, to the shore of Lake 
Erie, at some point between Cattaraugus creek and the Pennsylvania line. 
To be commenced within four years from the date of the act of incorpora- 
tion, one-fourth to be completed within 10 years, one-half within 15 years, 
and the whole to be completed within 20 years, under penalty of forfeiture 
of the charter. 

New York and Albany Rail-Road. — Company incorporated April 17th, 
1832. Capital, $3,000,000. This rail-road is to commence at New York 
city, opposite where the Fourth Avenue terminates, and running through 
the counties of Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess, Columbia, and Rensselaer, 
to end on the Hudson, opposite Albany. Power is also granted to the 
company to extend the rail-road to Troy, and to construct lateral rail-roads 
to the eastern limits of the counties above mentioned, to connect with any 
that may be made hereafter frpm Massachusetts or Connecticut. It is to 
be completed within ten years, under penalty of forfeiture of the charter. 

Troy Turnpike and Rail-Road. — Company incorporated in 1831, to 
construct a turnpike or rail-road from Troy to Bennington, Vermont. The 
necessary surveys have been made, and the stock subscribed. 

In addition to the above, the following Rail-Road Companies were incor- 
porated at the session of the Legislature in 1832 : 

Names. Capital, 

Lake Champlain and Ogdensburgh, $3,000,000 

Watertown and Rome 1,000,000 

Utica and Susquehanna, (from Utica to the New York and Erie Rail-Road, 1,000,000 

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GENERAL VIEW OF 



Name. Capital. 
Black River, (from the Erie Canal at Rome or Herkimer, to the St. Law- 
rence,) $900,000 

Ithaca and Geneva, 800,000 

Buffalo and Erie 650,000 

Dutchess, (from Poughkeepsie to Connecticut line ) 600,000 

Tonawanda, (from Rochester to Utica,) 500,000 

Hudson and Berkshire, (from Hudson to Massachusetts line,) 350,000 

Schoharie and Otsego, (from the Catskill and Canajoharie Rail-Road to the 

Susquehanna river,) 300,000 

Danville and Rochester, 300,000 

Aurora and Buffalo, 300,000 

Rensselaer and Saratoga, 300,000 

Brooklyn and Jamaica, 300,000 

Fish-house and Amsterdam, 250,000 

Warren county, (from Glen's Falls to Caldwell,) 250,000 

Saratoga and Fort Edward, 200,000 

Otsego, (from Cooperstown to Collierville,) 200,000 

Albion and Tonawanda, 200,000 

Auburn and Erie Canal, 150,000 

Mayville and Portland, 150,000 

Great au Sable, (to Port Kent and Peru,) 150,000 

Saratoga and Schuylervillc, 100,000 

Elvira and Wiliiamsport, 75,000 



PRZITCZPikli STAGS HOUTSS. 



1. From Nevj York 
to Philadelphia, 
via Trenton. 

To Jersey City, N.J. 

Newark, 

Elizabethtown, . . 

Rahway, 

New Brunswick, . 

Kingston, 

Princeton, 

TRENTON,.... 

Morrisville, Pa. . . 

Tullytown, 

Bristol, 

Andalusia, 

Holmesburg, .... 

Frankfort, 

Philadelphia, .... 



2. From Neio York 
to Philadelphia, 
via Neio Hope. 

Elizabethtown, N.J. 

Westfield, 

Scotch Plains, . . . 

Plainfield, 

Bound Brook, . . . 

Somerville, 

Centreville, 

Flemington, 

Ringoes, 

Lambertsville, . . . 

New Hope, Pa. . . 

Hartsville, 

Hatboro', 

Willow Grove,. . . 



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3. Fro7n New York 
to Albany : east 
side of Hudson 
river. 

To Yonkers, .... 

Dobbs' Ferry, . . . 

Sing-sing, 

Peekskill, 

Fishkill, 

Poughkeepsie, . . . 

Hyde Park, 

Staatsburg, 

Rhinebeck, 

Red Hook, 

Clermont, 

Livingston, 

Hudson, 

Columbiaville, . . . 

Kinderhook, . . . 

Schodack Centre, 

Greenbush, 

ALBANY, 



4. Frorn New York 
to Albany : west 
side of the Hud- 
son river. 

To Hoboken, N. J. 

Hackensack, 

New Prospect, . . . 

Ramapo, N. Y. . . 

Monroe Works,. . 

Monroe, 



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Goshen, 

Montgomery,. . . 
Shawangunk, . . . 

Newpaltz, 

Kingston, 

Saugerties, 

Maiden, 

Catskill, 

Athens, 

Coxsackie, 

Nevi' Baltimore,. 

Coeymans, 

ALBANY, .... 



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j to Easthampton, 

L.L 
jTo Brooklyn,. . . . 

Jamaica, 

1 Hempstead, 

j Babylon, 

ilslip 

j Patchoque, 

I Fireplace, 

: Southampton, . . . 

,Sag Harbor, 

Easthampton, . . . 



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to Oyster Ponds, 
L.L 

To Brooklyn 

Jamaica, 

North Hempstead, 

Jericho, 



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Dk Hills, 

Smithtown, 

Coram, ....*.... 

Riverhead, 

Auqueboguc, .... 

Mattituck, 

Southold, 

Oyster Ponds, . . . 

7. From New York 

to Geneva. 
To Jersey City, N.J. 

Newark, 

Orange, 

Livingston, 

Hanover Neck, . . 

Hanover, 

Morristown, 

Suckasunny, .... 

Stanhope, 

Andover, 

Newton, 

Augusta, 

Branchville, 

Sandiston, 

Montague, 

mford,ra 

Tafton, 

Clarkstown, 

Dundaff, 

Lenox, 

Hartford, 

IVIontrosc, 

Friendsville, 

Warrenham, .... 

Owego, N. Y. 

Candor, 

Danby, 

Ithaca, 

Trumansburg, • . . 

Covert, 

Lodi, 

Odd, 

Romidus, 

Fayette, 

Geneva, 



8. From New York 

to Flushincr. 
To Williamsburg, 
Newton,. ... 
Flushing, . . . 



9. From New York 

to Litchfield, Ct 
To Haerlem, . 
West Farms, . 
East Chester, . 
White Plains, 
North Castle, . 

Bedford, 

South Salem, . 
Ridgefield, . . . 



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Litclificid, . . 



10. From New 
York to Easton, 
Fa. 

To Jersey City, N.J. 

Newark, 

CamptowTi, 

.Springfield, 

Cliatliam 

Morristown, 

Mendham, 

Chester, 

Washington, .... 

Schooley's .Mount'n, 

Andersontown, . . 

Mansfield, 

New Village, . . . . 

Easton, 



11. From Albany 
to Buffalo, via 
Utica. 

To Schenectady,. . 

Amsterdam, 

Caughnasvaga,. . . 

Palatine Bridge, . 

Little Falls, 

Herkimer, 

Utica, 

Vernon, 

Oneida, 

Lenox, 

Sullivan, 

Manlius, 

Jamesville, 

Onondaga, 

^larcellus, 

Skaneateles, 

Auburn, 

Cayuga, 

Seneca Falls, . . . . 

Waterloo, 

Geneva, 

Canandaigua, . . . 

East Bloomficld, . 

West Bloomfield, . 

Lima, 

East Avon, 

Avon, 

Caledonia, 

Le Roy, 

Batavia, 

Pembroke, 

Clarence, 

Williamsville, . . . 

Buffalo, 



12. From Albany 
to Buffalo, via 
Cherry Valley. 

To Guilderland, . . 



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Duancsburg, . . . 
Espcrance, ..... 

Carlisle, 

Sharon, 

Cherry Valley,. 
Springfield, . . . 

Warren, 

Ritchficld, 

Winficld, 

Bridgcwater, . . 
Sangerfield, . . . 

.Madison, 

Morrisville, . . . 

Nelson, 

Cazenovia, .... 

Maidius, 

Fayettcville, . . . 

Orvillc 

Syracuse, 

Geddes, 

Camillas, 

Wellington, . . . 

Elbridgc, 

Brutus, 

Auburn, 

Buffalo,as in No.l 1 



13. From Albany 
to Lewision, via 
Rochester. 

To Elbridgc, as in 
No. 12, 

Weed's Port, .... 

Port Byron, 

Montezuma, 

Lyons, 

Newark, 

Palmyra, 

^Macedonia, 

Pittsford, 

Brighton, 

Rochester, 

Greece, 

Parma, 

Clarkson, 

[Murray, 

Gaines, 

Oak Orchard, . . . 

Ridgeway, 

Hartland, 

New Fane, 

Lock port, 

Cambria, 

Lewiston, 



14. From Albany 
to White Hall, 
via Sandy Hill. 

To Troy 

Lansingburg, .... 

Watcrfbrd, 

Mechanicsville, . . 

Stillwater, 



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Schnylersville,. . . 
Northumberland, . 

Fort Miller, 

Fort Edward, . . . 

Sandy Hill, 

Kingsbury, . . . 

Fort Ann, 

White Hall, . . . 

15. From Albany 
to White Hall, 
via Argyle. 

To Troy, 

Lansingburg-, .... 

Schatecoke, 

Easton, 

Greenwich, 

Argyle, 

Hartford, 

Granville, 

White Hall, 

. 16. Fro?n Albany 
in Burlington, Vt. 

To Troy, 

Lansingburg, .... 

Cambridge, 

Salem, 

Hebron, 

Granville, 

Poulteney,Vt. . . 

Castleton, 

Hubbardstown, . 

Sudbury, 

Whiting, 

Cornwall, 

Middlebury, .... 

Vergennes, 

Charlotte, 

Shelburn, 

Burlington, .... 

17. Fro7n Albany 
to CoUiersville. 

ToGuilderland,.. 

Knox, 

Gallupvillc, 

Cobleskill 

Richmondville, . . 

Worcester, 

Maryland, 

CoUiersville, 

18. From Albany to 
Saratoga Springs. 

To Troy, 

Lansingburg, .... 

Waterford, 

Half Moon 

Ballston, 

Saratoga Springs, 

19. FromNewhurg 



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to Owego. 
To Montgomery,. 

Bullville, 

Bloomingsburg, . . 

Wurtsboro', 

Monticello, 

Bethel, 

Damascus, Pa. . . . 
Pleasant Mount, . 

Great Bend, 

Binghampton,N.Y. 
Owego, 



20. 



From Owego 

to Olean. 
To Athens, Pa. . . 

Chemung, 

Elmira, 

Painted Post, . . 
Campbelltovvn,. 

Bath, 

Kennedayvillc, 
Hornellsville, . . 

Almond, 

Angelica, 

Friendship, . . . 

Cuba, 

Hinsdale, 

Olean, 



21. From Elmira 

to Canandaigua. 

To Horse Head,. . 

Havanna, ....... 

Rock Stream, . . . 

Starkey, 

Milo, 

Penn Yan, 

Gorham, 

Canandaigua, . . . 



22. From Canan- 
daigua to Roches- 
ter. 

To Victor, 

Mendon, 

Pittsford, 

Brighton, 

Rochester, 



23. From Utica to 
SacketCs Harbor. 
To Trenton, . . . 

Remsen, 

Booneville, 

Leyden, 

Turin, 

Martinsburgh, . . 

Lowville, 

Denmark, 

Champion, , 

Rutland, 

Watertown, 



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Sackett's Harbor, 



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24. From Utica to 

Ogdensburg. 
To Denmark, as in 
No. 23, . . . 

Carthage, 

Wilna, 

Antwerp, 

Rossie, 

Hammond,. ... 
Morristown, ... 
Osdensburs, • • ■ 



25. From Roches- 
ter to Portland 
Harbor. 

To Scottsvillc, . . . 

Caledonia, 

Fowlersville, .... 

York, 

Moscow, 

Perry, 

Castle, 

Pike, 

Centreville, 

FarmersviUe, .... 

Franklin, 

Ellicottsville, .... 

Little Valley, 

Napoli, 

Randolph, 

Waterboro', 

Jamestown, 

Ellery, 

Mayville, 

Westfield, 

Portland Harbor,. 



26. From Bath to 

Rochester. 
To Conhocton,. . 

Dansville, 

Sparta, 

Groveland, . .... 

Gcncseo, 

Avon, 

Rush, 

Henrietta, 

Rochester, 



27. From CatskiU 
to Canajoharie. 

To Cairo, 

Freehold, 

Oak Hill, 

f/ivingstonville,. . 

Middleburg, 

Schoharie, 

SJoansville, 

Charleston, 

Canajoharie, .... 



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28. From Utica to 
Pleasant Mount, 
Pa. 

To New Hartford, 

Paris, 

Sanirerfield, 

-Madison, 

Hamilton, 

Sherburne, 

North Norwicli, . 

Noricich, 

Oxford, 

Green, 

Chenango Forks, . 

Binghampton, . . . 

Great Bend, Pa.. . 

Pleasant Mount, . 



29. From Johns- 
town to Bain- 
bridge. 

To Fort Plain,... 

Springfield, 

Cooperstown, .... 

Milford, 

Portlandville, 

Colliersville, 

MilfordviUe, 

Huntsville, 

Unadilla 

Bainbridge, 



30. From Saratoga 
Springs to Caiigh- 
nawaga. 
To Ballston,... 

Milton, 

Gahvay, 

Broad Albin, . . 
Johnstown, .... 
Caughnawaga,. 

31. Frotn Auburn 
to Oswego. 

To Weedsport, 

Cato, 

Ira, 

Hannibal, 

Oswego, 

30. From Little 
Falls to Trenton 
To Eatonville, . . 

Fairfield, 

MiddleviUe, .... 

Newport, 

Poland, 

Russia, 

Trenton, 



33. From Coopers- 
town to Oxford. 
To Burlington, . 



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New Lisbon, . 
Butternuts,. . . 
Gilbertsville, . 
Mount Upton, 
Guilford, .... 
O-xlbrd, 



34. From Rome to 

Oswego. 
To Taberg, . . . 

Camden, 

Williamstown,. 
Union Square, . 

Mexico, 

New Haven, . . 

Scriba, 

Oswego, 



35. From Fulton 

to Rochester. 
To Hannibal, .... 

Sterling, 

Wolcot', 

Port Bay, 

Williamson, 

Ontario, 

Penfield, 

Rochester, 



36. From Kinrrston 

toMUford,Pa. 
To Marbletown, 
Wawarsing, . . . 
Wurtsboro', .... 
Port Jervis, .... 
Milford, Pa 



37. From Auburn 

to Ithaca. 
To Flcmming,. . . 
Sherwood's Corn'r 
Ludlow\'ille, . . . 
Ithaca, 



38. From Ansrelica 
to Clarkson. 

To Belfast, 

Caneadea, 

Hume, 

Pike, 

Gainesville, 

Warsaw, 

Le Roy, 

Bergen, 

Brockport, 

Clarkson, 



39. From Catskill 
to Ithaca. 

To Cairo, 

Durham, 

Stamford, 



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Kortright, 

Delhi, ... 

Meredith, 

Franklin, 

Sidney, . . , 

Unadilla, 

Guilford, 

Oxford, . 

Greene, . 

Triangle, 

Lisle, . . . 

Richford, 

Caroline, 

Ithaca, . . 



40. From Sandy 
Hill to Rouse's 
Point. 

To Glenn's Falls, 

Caldicell, 

Cliestertown, . . 

Schroon, 

Elizabethtown,. 

Lewis, 

Keescville, .... 

Peru, 

Plattsburgh, . . 

Beckmantown, 

Chazy, 

Ch'implain, . . 

Rouse's Point, . 



41. From Saratoga 
Springs to Ben- 
nington. 
To Schuylersville, 

Greenwich, 

Cambridge, 

White Creek, 

Bennington, Vt.. . 



42. From Platts- 
burgh to Ogdens- 
burg. 

To Chateaugay, . . 

Malone, 

Bangor, 

Dickenson, 

Hopkinton, 

Parish ville, 

Pottsdam, 

Canton 

Ogdensburg, .... 



43. From Sacl-ett's 
Harbor to Og- 
drnsburgh. 

To Watertown, 

Lc Raysville, . . 

Pliiladelpiiia, . . 

Antwerp, 

Gouvcrneur, . . . 



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De Kalb, . . . 
Heuvel, .... 
Ogdensburg, 



44. Fro7n Hudson, 
N. Y. toBennington 
To Claverack, 
G. Barrington,Mas 
Stockbridg-e, . . 

Lenox, 

Pittsfield, 

Lanesburg, . . . 

Cheshire, 

Adams, 

Williamstown, . 

Pownal, 

Bennington, . . . 



45. From Buffalo 

to Youngstown. 
To Black Rock,. 
Tonnewanta, . . . 
Niagara Falls, . . 

Lewiston, 

Youngstown,. . . 



46. 



Fro7n Utica to 
Ithaca. 
To New Hartford, 

Clinton, 

Marshal], 

Waterville, 

Madison, 

Eaton, 

New Woodstock, 



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De Ruytcr,. 
Truxton, . . 
Homer, . . . . 
Cortland, . . 
Dryden, . . . 
Ithaca, . . . . 



47. Fro7n Peeks- 
kill to Ridgejield, 
Ct. 
To Yorktown, . . , 

Somers, , 

Salem Centre, . . , 

North Salem, 

Ridgefield, Ct. . . , 

48. From Canan 
daigua to Buffalo. 
Bristol, 
Aliens' Hill,. 
Livonia, .... 
Geneseo, . . 
Moscow, .... 

Perry, , 

Warsaw, .... 
Orangevillc, . 

Sheldon, 

Wales, 

Willink, 

Hamburgh, . , 
Buffalo, 

49. From Olean to 
Buffalo. 

To Chappelsburg, 



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Ellicoitsville, . . 

Ashford, 

Springville, . . . 

Boston, 

Hamburg, .... 
Buffalo, 

50. From Buffalo 
to Erie, Pa. 

To Hamburg, . . . 

Evans, 

Kensington, 

Fredonia, 

Westfield, 

Portland, 

Ripley, 

Burgettstown, Pa, 
Erie, 

51. Fro?n Ogdens- 
burg to Montreal 

To Canton, 

Madrid, 

Norfolk, 

Massena, 

Hogansburg, . . . 
Fort Covington,- 
Montreal, 

52. From Albany 
to Niagara Falls. 
To Batavia, as in 

No. 11, 

Lockport, 

Niagara Falls, . . . 



15 

8 
10 
10 

8 
12 



12 

14 
8 

14 
1 
9 
8 

16 



18 

15 
9 
6 

12 
8 

60 



258 
30 
21 



28 
36 
46 
56 
64 
76 



20 
34 
42 
56 
57 
66 
74 
90 



33 

42 
48 
60 
68 
128 



288 
309 



NEW JERSEY. 

The early settlements and history of this State, present a scene of more 
variety and vicissitude than that of any of her sister colonies. The first 
settlement was nearly cotemporary with that of New York, and was made 
by the same people, the Dutch, who, in conjunction with some Danes, in 
1624, established themselves at Bergen, which they so named after a town 
in Norway. Shortly afterward, colonies were established on the river Dela- 
ware by the Swedes and Fins, and after the lapse of a few years in the 
same neighborhood by the English. After various changes of govern- 
ment, it was, in 1676, divided into tlie provinces of East and West Jersey ; 
one was placed under the royal authority, and the other attached to the 
government of New York. In 1682, East Jersey was transferred to Wm. 
Penn and his associates. 

In 1702, both provinces were united under the government of New York : 
this continued until 1738, when, greatly to the advantage of the people, 
and the establishment of peace and good order, the colony was taken un- 
der the immediate control of the crown, and so continued until the abolition 
of the royal authority by the revolution. Wm. Temple Franklin, a son 
of the celebrated Benjamin Franklin, was the last of the royal governors. 
In the revolutionary struggle, and in the incipient resistance to the oppres- 
sive measures of the mother country, New .Tersey bore her full sharf, and 



NEW JERSEY. 



235 



in the hardships of an eight years' war, no member of the confederacy, it 
is probable, suilcrcd so much. Iler devotion to the cause of freedom is 
fully recorded in the date of her constitution, July 2d, 1776, two days be-i 
fore the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress. 

This State is bounded N. by New York, E. by the Atlantic Ocean and 
New York, S. by Delaware Bay, and W. by Pennsylvania. It is 1 38 miles 
in length, and 50 miles in breadtJi ; the area is about 660 square miles, or 
4,224,000 acres. 

The soil of this State is not naturally well adapted to agricultural pursuits, 
much of the land being either sandy or marshy ; yet its proximity to two 
of the largest markets in the United States, and the industry of the inhabit- 
ants, have rendered it exceedingly productive of all sorts of fruits and vegeta- 
bles common to the climate, together with grain and meats of various kinds. 

New Jersey is intersected by many navigable rivers, and has numerous 
streams for mills, iron works, and every species of manufactures requiring 
water-power. The principal of these streams are the Raritan, Hackensack, 
Passaic, Salem, Tom, Cohanzey, and Maurice rivers. 

The internal communications are generally good. The great thorough- 
fare between the northern and southern states passes through New Jersey, 
and the advantages which the State enjoys, as it regards distance and facili- 
ties in transporting goods to market, are not exceeded by those of any 
equally extended district of the country. In addition to the natural advan- 
tages of water communication, the State enjoys the benefit of many inter- 
nal improvements. The manufactures are extensive and flourishing. They j 
are chiefly of iron, cotton, woollen, paper, leather, carriages, shoes, &c. 
One of the most flourishing manufacturing towns in the United States is 
Paterson, in this State ; it is situated just below the romantic falls of the 
Passaic, which supplies w-ater-power to any extent. The numerous estab- 
lishments have created a very considerable town, containing about 800 
houses, including 76 stores, nine churches, a bank, &c. The articles manu- 
factured here, annually amount in value to about 82,600,000 ; the raw 
materials of cotton, flax, and wool employed, amounted in 1832 to about 
four million pound weight, four-fifths of which was cotton. There is like- 
wise machinery of various kinds ; paper, buttons, 6cc. are produced to a 
considerable extent. The system of common school instruction has hith- 
erto been defective, but in consequence of the recent efforts of the friends 
of education, measures have been commenced which promise cheering re- 
sults. The State possesses a school fund, which commenced in 1816. 
The income from it, which is about $22,000, is annually distributed in' 
small sums to such towns as raise an equal amount for the support of 
schools. Academies and private schools are numerous and excellent. Tliere 

Nassau Hal! is at Princeton. 

POPULATrON OF COUNTIES. 



are in the State two Colleges , 



Counties. 



Berg^en, 

Burlingrton, . . 
Cape May, . , 
Cumberland, . 

Essex, 

Gloucester, . . 

Hunterdon, . , 



I'Dpula- 
tion. 



22,41:? 
31,107 
4,936 
14,093 
41,911 
28,431 

31,060 



County Towns. 



Hackensack. 

Mount Holly. 

Middletown. 

Bridgetown. 

Newark. 

Woodbury. 
S TRENTON, 
I Fleminjrton. 



Counties. 



Middlese.x, . , 
Monmouth, . 
Morris, . . . . , 

Salem, , 

Somerset, . . , 

Sussex, 

Warren, . . . , 
Totnl, . , 



I'tipula- 
tion. 



23,157 
294233 
23,666 
14,1.55 
17,689 
20,346 
18^27 
■}2(l,823 



County 'J'owns. 



N. Brunswick- 
Freehold. 
Morristown. 
Salem. 
Somerville. 
\ewton. 
Belvidere. 



236 GENERAL VIEW OF 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 
East and West Jersey, in 1701, 15,000 ; in 1749, 60,000. 

INCREASE. SLAVES. 

11,423 

From 1790 to 1800, 27,010 

1800 to 1810, 34,413 

1810 to 1820, 32,013 

1820 to 1830 43,248 



In 1790 184,139 

1800, 211,149 

1810, 245,562 

1820, 277,575 

1830, 320,823 



12,422 

10,851 

7,557 

2,254 



Of the fore-'oine population of 1830, there were, white Males, 152,529; white Females, 147.737; 
deaf ami dumb, 207 ; blind, 205 ; aliens, 3,365. Total whites, 300,266.— Free colored, 18,303; Slaves, 
225. Total coloured, 20,557. 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 

Morris Canal. — This canal was commenced in 1825, and extends from 
Jersey City, on Hudson river, across the State of New Jersey to Delaware 
river, opposite Easton, Pennsylvania, where it connects with the Lehigh 
canal. It is 101 miles in length, from thirty to thirty-two feet wide at the 
surface of the water, from sixteen to eighteen at the bottom, and four deep. 
Rise and fall 1,657, of which 223 feet are overcome by twenty-four locks, 
and the remaining 1,334 feet by twenty-three inclined planes. There are, 
also, connected with this canal, four guard-locks, five dams, thirty culverts, 
twelve aqueducts, and more than 200 bridges. The water for this canal is 
supplied from Hopatcong Lake, situated 900 feet above tide-water. Cost, 
as estimated, somewhat more than $1,100,000. 

Delaware and Raritan Canal, extending from Bordentown on Delaware 
river to New Brunswick on the Raritan, is 42 miles in length, with 116 feet 
lockage, overcome by 14 locks. The locks are 110 feet in length by 24 in 
^vidth — vessels of large burthen may consequently pass through this canal, 
and its advantages to the coasting trade of the country will be great, as, in 
connexion with the Chesapeake and Delaware, and Dismal Swamp canals, it 
furnishes a continuous internal water communication between New York city 
and Albemarle Sound. The water to supply this work is conducted by a 
navigable feeder 50 feet wide and 5 feet deep, extending from Bull's Island 
in the Delaware, to its junction with the main canal at Trenton, 23 miles. 
Whole cost of the canal, feeder, &c. is estimated at about ^2,000,000. 

Manasqiian River and Barnegat Bay Canal Company, was authorized 
under the act of 21st February, 1833, with a capital of 85000, to make a 
canal 40 feet wide, and 5 deep, from the mouth of the Manasquan river 
to the head waters at Layton's pond or ditch, in jMonmouth county. 

A short canal of about 4 miles in length, in Upper and Lower Penn's 
Neck township, Salem county, connects the Salem creek with the Delaware 
river, and saves to sloops that ply in the creek, from 15 to 20 miles of the 
distance to Philadelphia. 



RAIL-ROADS. 



Camden and Aviboy Rail-road. — Company incorporated in 1829. It 
commences at Camden, opposite to Philadelphia, and terminates at Aniboy. 
The distance from Camden to Amboy, in a direct line, is 60 miles ; by the 
rail-road, 61 miles. This rail-road, being designed for steam locomotive 
engines, is to be eventually constructed in the most substantial manner ; 
but, at present, wooden rails are used for most of the line, in order that 



NEW JERSEY. 237 



the embankment may be consolidated, before laying the permanent track. 
It is intended for a double track. Estimated cost of a single track, $8,000 
a mile. This enterprise has been undertaken by the Camden and Amboy 
Rail-road Company, united in pursuance of an act of the Legislature with 
the Delaware and Raritan Canal Company. To be completed during the 
present year. Upon this road, so far as finished, passengers and merchan- 
dise have been carried since February, 1833. 

Paterson and Hudson Rail-road Company, incorporated in January, 
1831. Capital, $250,000, with liberty to increase it to $500,000. It ex- 
tends from Paterson to Jersey City, on the Hudson river^ opposite to 
New York. Length, 14 miles, 5 of which were in August, 1832, com- 
pleted and in use. Total estimated cost, including the machinery for in- 
clined planes, $294,285. 

Elizabcthtoicn and Somermlle Rail-road is to extend from Elizabeth- 
town to Somcrville. Company incorporated at the session of the Legisla- 
ture, 1830. Capital 200,000 dollars, with liberty to increase it to 400,000 
dollars. 

West Jersey Rail-road. Company incorporated at the same session 
with the above. Capital $500,000, with liberty to increase it to $2,000,000. 
To extend from the Delaware river in the county of Gloucester, or from 
some point on the Camden and Amboy Rail-road, to the township of Penn's 
Neck, on the same river, in the county of Salem. 

New Jersey Rail-road was incorporated in 1832. Capital, 750,000 
dollars. This rail-road is to extend from New-Brunswick through Rahway, 
Woodbridge, Elizabethtown, and Newark, to Hudson river. Stock sub- 
scribed. 

A Company has also been incorporated for constructing a Rail-road con- 
necting the Morris Canal with Paterson and Hudson river Rail-road. 

Paterson and Fort Lee Rail-road Company, incorporated by act of 8th 
March, 1832, has authority to employ a capital of $200,000, in making a 
road from the town of Paterson to Fort Lee, on the Fludson river, not fur- 
ther than 50 feet from high-water mark ; to be commenced within one vear 
from the 4th July, 1832, and completed within six years from that time, 
under penalty of forfeiture of the charter. 

NexD Jersey, Hudson, and Delaware Rail-road Company, was incor- 
porated by an act of 8th March, 1832, with a capital stock of $1,000,000, 
and authority to increase it to $2,000,000, to be employed m making a 
rail-road and public highway, commencing at any point on the Delaware 
river, between the New York state line and the mouth of Paulin's Kill, and 
thence to the Hudson river, opposite the city of New York ; or to join any 
rail-road chartered or to be chartered, leading to or terminating at the Hud- 
son river, opposite the city of New York. 

Delaware and Jobstown Rail or Macadamized, Road Company, was 
incorporated under the act of 1 1th February, 1 833, with a capital of $60,000, 
and liberty to increase it to $200,000, for the purpose of making a public 
road from the mouth of Craft's Creek, upon the Delaware river, by the 
villages of Columbus, Jobstown, and Juliustown to New Lisbon, a dis- 
tance of 13 miles; the road to be commenced within ten years from the 
passage of the act, on penalty of forfeiture of the charter. 



233 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



PRINCIPAL STAGE ROUTES. 



1. From Philadel. 
phia to Cape May. 
To Camden, N. J. 

Woodbury, 

Carpenter's land'g 

Glassboro', 

Malaga, 

Millville, 

Port Elizabeth, . . 
Dennis' Creek,. . . 

Goshen, 

Cold Spring, 

Cape Island, .... 

2. From Philadel 
phia to L. Branch, 
N.J. 

To Camden, N.I 
]\Ioorestown, . . . 
Mount Holly, . ■ . 

Jobstown, 

Prospertown, . . . 
Freehold, or Mon- 
mouth, 

Colts Neck, 

Tinton Falls, 

Eatonton, 

Long Branch, . . . 
L. Branch Beach, 



Miles 
1 

8 
3 
7 
9 

12 
6 

13 
4 

12 
3 



3. Fr07n Philadel- 
phia to Greenwich, 
N.J. 
To Camden, N.J, 

Woodbury, 

Clarksboro', .... 
Swedesboro', . . . 
Siiarptown, .... 

Salein, 

Hancock, 

Greenwich, .... 



Miles. 

9 
12 
19 

28 
40 
46 
59 
63 
75 
78 



10 

10 

7 

13 

16 
6 
5 
2 
4 
2 



4 
11 



4. From Philadel- 
phia to Bridgetown 
N.J. 
To Camden, N.J. 

Woodbury, 

Carpenter's land'g 
Mullica Hill, . . 

Dccrfield, 

Bridgetown, . . . 



5. From Philadel- 
phia to Absecum, 
N.J 

To Camden, N. J. 

Iladdonfield, .... 

Longacoming, . . . 

May's Landing,. . 

Somers Point, . . . 



3 

5 

15 

6 



1 
6 

9 

2G 
12 



Bargaintown, . . . . 
Smith's Landing, 
Absecum, 



6. From Philadel 

phia to Tuckerton, 

N.J. 

To Camden, N. J. 

Haddonfield, . . . 

Longacoming, . . 

Atsion, 

Tuckerton, 



20 
27 
40 

56 
62 
67 
69 
73 
75 



9 

13 
19 
26 
34 
38 
49 



7. From Easton, 
Pa., to Newburg, 
N. Y. 
To Harmony, N.J. 

Belvidere, 

Hope, 

Johnsonburg,. . . . 

Newton, 

Fayette, 

Monroe, 

Hamburg, 

Vernon, 

NewMilford,N.Y. 

Warwick, 

Florida, 

Goshen, 

Hamptonburg, . . 
Blooming Grove, 
New Windsor, . . 
Newburg, 



9 

12 
17 
32 

38 



, From Neioark 
to Deckertown. 

To Bellville, 

Acquackanonck, 

Paterson, 

Pompton, 

Newfoundland, . 

Stockholm, 

Hamburg, 

Deckertown, . . . 



7 

16 
42 
54 



9. From New York 
to Newton, N.J. 

To Newark, 

Morristown, .... 

Denville, 

Rockaway, 

Dover, 

Sparta, 

Newton, 



10. From New 
Brunswick to Eas- 
ton, Pa. 

To Bound Brook, 
Somerville, , 



1 

6 

9 

12 

23 



6 
6 
8 
6 
10 
5 
4 
4 
6 
4 
4 
5 
6 
8 
3 
2 



4 
5 
5 
10 
12 
2 
8 
4 



10 

18 

7 

2 

4 

11 



58 
64 
70 



7 

16 
28 
51 



White House, 
Lebanon, .... 

Clinton, 

Perryville, . . . 
Bloomsburg, . 
Stillwater, . . . 
Easton, 



11 



12 

20 
26 
36 
41 
45 
49 
55 
59 
63 
68 
74 
82 
85 
87 
95 



9 

14 
24 
36 

38 
46 
50 



28 
35 
37 
41 
52 



From Trenton 
to Newton. 

To Pennington,. . 

Woodville, 

Ringoes, 

Flemington, 

Clinton, 

New Hampton, . . 

Mansfield, 

Belvidere, 

Newton, as in No. 7 

12. From Trenton 

in Camden. 
To Bordentown, . 

Columbus, 

Jacksonville, .... 
Mount Holly, .... 
jMoorestown, .... 
Camden, 



13. FromNew York 

to Dover, N.J. 
To Newark, N.J. 
Bloomfield, .... 

Caldwell, 

Parcipany, 

Denville, 

Rockaway, 

Dover, 



14. Froin Mullica 
Hill to Greenwich. 
To Woodstown, . . 
AUowaytown, . . . 

Roadstown, 

Greenwich, 



15. From Salem to 
Dividing Creek. 
Quintin's Bridge, 
AUowaytown, . . . 
Roadstown, .... 
Bridgetown, .... 

Fairtown, 

Cedarville, 

Newport, 

Dividing Creek,. 



9 
6 
3 
3 
6 
3 
4 



7 
5 
4 
6 
9 

10 
3 
8 

24 



7 
6 
4 
4 
10 
10 



10 
4 
6 
9 
3 
2 
4 



3 
2 
9 
4 
3 
3 
4 
5 



11 



16. From Eliza- 

bethtown to Easton 

Pa. 

To Springfield, . . 



20 
26 
29 
32 
38 
41 
45 



12 
16 
22 
31 
41 
44 
52 
76 



13 
17 
21 
31 
41 



14 
20 
29 
32 
34 
38 



15 

24 
27 



5 

14 

18 
21 
24 
28 
33 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



239 



Morristown, . . 

Chester, 

Schooley's Mt, 
Mansfield, . . . 
New Village, . 
Easton, 



17. From Ncirark 

to Lamheiisi-ille. 

To Elizabethtovvn 

Rahvvay, 

iVratoueliin, 

Brunswick, 

Lambcrtsville, as 
in No. 20, . . . 



10 
11 

7 

11 

6 

7 



5 
5 

7 
5 

30 



171 
28' 
35i 
46, 
52, 
59 



10 
22 
52 



18. From Camden 

to Pemherton. 
To Evesham, .... 

Medford, 

Vincent Town, . . 
Pembcrton, 



19. From Hohoken 
to Monroe Works. 
To Hackensack, . . 
New Prospect, . . . 
Ramapo, N. Y. . . 
Monroe Works,. . 



20. From New 
Brunswick to 



13 

6 
5 
5 



11 

10 

10 

9 



19 
24 

29 



21 
31 

40 



Lambertsville. 

To Rocky HiU, . 

Hopewell, 

Woodville, 

Lambertsville, . . . 

For tlie distances 
from Trenton to 
Newark, see No. 
10, N.Y. 

From Newark to 
Easton, Pa., see 
No. 1, N.Y. 

From Elizabeth T. 
to Flemington, 
sec No. 2, N.Y 



20 
23 
30 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

No one of the colonies settled by Europeans, made such rapid advances 
in population and prosperity as Pennsylvania. The philanthropy and wis- 
dom of its founder, the fertility of its soil, the healthfulness of its climate, 
the pacific disposition of the natives, and the lessons of experience derived 
from the settlement of other colonies in earlier days, and under more rigor- 
ous skies, all conspired to render this colony the most prosperous of any 
of which history gives an account. The founder of this great State was 
William Penn, the immortal asserter of toleration — a doctrine in his time 
unknown. He was the son of Sir WiUiam Penn, an admiral in the British 
navy. He united himself with the society of Friends, then a persecuted 
sect in England. For services rendered by his father, Charles II. in 1681 
tendered him a tract of land in the western world, and called it Pennsyl- 
vania. Penn, with about 2,000 followers, left England, and arrived at 
New Castle, on the Delaware, in 1682 ; and proceeding up the river, laid 
out Philadelphia according to a plan which had been prepared by him in 
England. He returned shortly afterwards to his native country, where he 
died in 1718, aged 74 years. From the beginning of the 18th century, 
till the commencement of the revolution, the government was generally 
administered by deputies adopted by the proprietors who mostly resided in 
England. 

This State acted a conspicuous part in the war of the revolution. It was 
in her capital that declaration was made which, in a measure, changed the 
history of the world, and provided a vantage-ground on which the claims 
of human rights could be sustained. In 1776, a Constitution was formed, 
which was superseded by a second, adopted in 1790. Since the latter 
period, the course of Pennsylvania has been generally clear, serene, and 
brilliant. 

Pennsylvania is the greatest manvfacturing State in the Union ; and 
Philadelphia takes the hke rank among our manufacturing cities. Among 
the various branches for which this place is celebrated, paper, printing, and 
publishing arc important items. A great number of gazettes, and many 
critical, scientific, and other periodical publications, are issued. 

In 1832, there were 67 cotton manufactories in the State, with an ag- 
gregate capital of $3,758,500, and making annually 21,332,467 yards of 



240 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



cloth. In iron manufactures, Pennsylvania excels any other State in the 
Union. Iron ore is very widely disseminated, and as greatly diversified in 
quality and richness. The iron mines in th eastern part of the State were 
explored and worked at an early period of colonial settlement, and had 
become an interest of great value before the revolution. Since the peace 
of 1783, with much fluctuation, iron has at all times employed a vast 
amount of capital and labor. 

The total value of manufactures, including about 250 different articles, 
is estimated at $70,000,000. 

The foundation of the wealth and improvement of this prosperous State, 
is deeply laid in her fertility of soil, her iron mines, her vast coal stratas, 
and the industry of her population. Belonging to the state is the magnifi- 
cent system of internal improvements, entitled the Pennsylvania State Ca- 
nals and Rail-roads ; besides many works of the same kind, the property 
of joint stock companies. 

This State is hounded on the north by New York and Lake Erie ; east 
by New Jersey ; south-east by Delaware ; south by Maryland and Vir- 
ginia, and west by part of Virginia and Ohio. Its greatest length, from 
east to west, is 307 miles, and its breadth 157 ; area 46,000 square miles, 
or 29,440,000 acres. 

The principal rivers are the Delaware, Schuylkill, Lehigh, Susquehanna, 
Juniatta, Alleghany, Monongahela, and Ohio. The various ridges of the 
Alleghany range intersect the central parts of this State, whose general 
direction is from south-west to north-east. The valleys between many of 
these ridges are often of a rich black soil, suited well to the various kinds 
of grass and grain. Some of the mountains admit of cultivation almost 
to their summits. 

No State in the Union shows to the passing traveller a richer agricul- 
ture than this. It is emphatically a grain country, raising the greatest 
abundance of fine Avheat. It produces all the fruits and productions of the 
northern and middle states, and is particularly famous for the great size, 
strength, and excellence of its breed of draught horses. 

This State spreads a wide surface in the Ohio valley, and is rapidly ad- 
vancing in wealth and population. New towns and villages are springing 
up in every direction. It abounds in all the elements of wealth and power. 
Public opinion has given it a strong impulse towards manufactures, and a 
gigantic system of internal improvements. Its inhabitants, though com- 
posed of all nations, are distinguished for their habits of order, industry, 
and frugality. The passing stranger, as he traverses the State, is struck 
with the noble roads and public works, with the well cultivated farms, and 
their commodious and imperishable stone houses, and often still larger stone 
barns. An agricultural country alike charming and rich spreads under 
his eye. 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties. 



Adams,. . . . 
Allcfjliany,. 
Armstrong', . 

Beaver 

Bedford, . . . 
Berks 



Population 



21,379 
50,552 
17,701 
24,183 
24,502 



Coutity Towns. 



Gettysburg. 

Pittsburg. 

Ivittaning. 

Beaver. 

Bedford. 



5.3,152 Reading. 



Counties. 


Population 


Bradford, 

Bucks, 

Butler, 

Cambria, 

Centre, 


19,746 

45,745 

14,581 
7,076 

18,879 



County Towns. 

Towanda. 

\ Doylestown, 

} Bristol. 
Butler. 
Ebensburg. 
Bellefonte. 



PENNSYLVAiSIA. 



■2il 



Chester, .... 
Clearfield, . . . 
Columbia,. . . 
Crawford,. . . 
Cumberland, 
Dauphin, . . . 
Delaware, . . 

Erie, 

Fayette, .... 
Franklin, . . . 

Greene, 

Huntingdon, 
Indiana, .... 
Jefferson, . . • 
Lancaster, . . 
Lebanon, . . . 
Lehigh, .... 
Luzerne,. . . . 
Lycoming,. . . 
McKean, . . . 
Mercer, .... 



50,910 
4,803 
20,059 
16,030 
29,226 
25,243 
17,323 
17,041 
29,172 
35,037 
18,028 
27,145 
14,2.52 
2,025 
76,631 
20,557 
22,256 
27,379 
17,636 
1,436 
19,729 



West Chester. 

Clearfield. 

Danville. 

Meadville. 

Carlisle. 

n^RRISBURO. 

Chester. 

Erie. 

Uniontown. 

Chambersburg. 

Wayncsburg. 

Huntingdon. 

Indiana. 

Brookville. 

Lancaster. 

Lebanon. 

Allentown. 

Wilkesbarre. 

Williamsport. 

Snicthport. 

Mercer. 



Mifilin 

Montgomery, . . 
Northampton, . 
Nortliuuiberl'nd 

Perry, 

Philadelphia, . • 

Pike, 

Potter, 

Scliuylkill, .... 

Somerset, 

Susquehanna,. . 

Tioga, 

Union, 

jVenango, 

I Warren, 

: Washington, . 

'Wayne, 

iWestmorcIand, 
York, 

Total .... 



21,690 

39,406 

39,4b2 

18,133 

14,261 

188,797 

4,843 

1,265 

20,744 

17,762 

16,787 

8,978 

20,795 

9,470 

4,697 

42,784 

7,663 

38,400 

42,859 



1,348,233 



Lewistown. 

Norristown. 

Easton. 

Sunbury. 

New Bloom field 

Philadelphia. 

Milford. 

Coudersport, 

Orwigsburg. 

Somerset. 

Montrose. 

Wellsborough. 

New Berlin. 

Franklin. 

Warren. 

Washington. 

Bethany. 

Greensburg. 

York. 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 



In 1701 20,000 

1763, 280,000 

1790, 434,373 

1800, 602,545 

1810, 810,091 

1820 1,049,313 

1830, 1,348,233 



SLAVES. 



3,737 

1,706 

795 

211 

386 



INCRE.\SE. 

From 1701 to 1763, 260,000 

1763 to 1790, 154,373 

1790 to 1600, 168,172 

1800 to 1810 207,546 

1810 to 1820, 239,222 

1820 to 1830, 298,920 

Of the above jiopulntion of 1830, there were, white Males, 565,812 ; white Females, 044,088 ; 
deaf and dumb, 75e; blind, 475; aliens, 15,365: total, 1.3U9.P00. Free colored Males, 18,377; Fe- 
males, 19.5.53: total, 37,930. Slaves— Males, 17-2; Females, 231 : total, 40,3. 
JVe(f Counties. — The counties of J uniatta and Carroll have been organized since the census of 183 0, 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 
Pennsyhania State Canals and Rail-roads. — These canals and rail- 
roads were undertaken at the expense of the State, and continue under the 
control of the Legislature as public property. The construction and man- 
agement of them are intrusted to three commissioners, appointed annually 
by the Governor. 

Length, 
Delaware division, 59 J 



Harrisburg line, 
Susquehanna division. 
North Branch do. 
West Branch do. 



Length. 

• I 63 

!..55i 
. . .24i 



Columbia East division, 10 

Juniatta Branch do 89 

Western Branch do 105 

French Creek Feeder, 19^ 

Total, 4261 

The main trunk of this system of canals commences at Columbia, at 
the termination of the Philadelphia and Columbia Rail-road, and extends 
thence westward 172^ miles till it meets the Alleghany Portage Rail-road 
at Holidaysburg. It recommences at the western extremity of the Rail- 
road, and continues westward 105 miles to the Monongahela river at 
Pittsburg. 

The following Canals, undertaken by the State, are now in active 
progress : 

FranJcstotcn line of the Juniatta division, extending from Huntingdon to 
Holidaysburg, is 30^ miles in length, including about 15| miles of slack- 
water navigation. 

Beaver division commences upon the Ohio river at the mouth of Big 



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242 GENERAL VIEW OF 



Beaver, and extends to Newcastle. Length 24£ miles, of which about 
two-thirds are slack-water and towing-path. 

Franklin line commences on Allegheny river, at the mouth of French 
creek, and extends up the latter stream till it meets the French creek feeder. 
Length 22 i miles, seventeen of which are slack- water and towing-path. 

Lycoming line commences at Muncy dam, and extends up the West 
branch of the Susquehanna, and terminates at the Big island, opposite to 
the mouth of the Bald Eagle. Length 41 5 miles, of which about ten 
miles are slack-water. 

Wyoming line of the North Branch division commences at the Nanti- 
coke dam, and extends up the North Branch, and terminates near the 
mouth of Lackawannock creek. Length 16 miles. 

Columbia and Philadelphia Rail-road commences in the city of Phila- 
delphia, at the intersection of Vine and Broad streets, and terminates at 
Columbia. Length Sly", miles. It is designed for a double track 
throughout. Estimated cost of the whole work, $2,297,120 21 cts. Aver- 
age cost per mile, estimated, $28,173 63 cts. 

Allegheny Portage Rail-road. This rail-road commences at Holidays- 
burg, at the termination of the Frankstown line of the Juniatta division of 
the main trunk of the canal, and extends to Johnstown, where it meets 
the western division of the canal. Lensith about 37 miles. The summit 
of the mountain, where the Rail-road crosses it, is 1,398.71 feet above 
the basin of the canal on the eastern, and 1,171.58 feet above that on the 
western side. The rail-road is graded 25 feet wide for two sets of tracks. 
On each side of the mountain there are to be five inclined planes, intend- 
ed for stationary engines. The greatest inclination of these planes makes 
an angle of about six degrees with the horizon. Estimated cost of a double 
set of tracks and the necessary machinery, $1,271,718. 

Canals constructed by Private Companies. 

Schuylkill Canal and Navigation Company, incorporated in 1815. 
The work was commenced in 1816, and the canal has now been in opera- 
tion several years. Length 110 miles ; breadth at the surface, 36 feet, at 
the bottom, 24 ; depth, 4 feet. Lockage, 620 feet. It extends from Phila- 
delphia to Reading, and thence to Mount Carbon. It comprises thirty-one 
dams, commencing at Fair-Mount water-works, near Philadelphia, by 
which is produced a slack- water navigation of forty-live miles ; 125 locks, 
eighty feet long by seventeen wide, of which twenty-eight are guard-locks ; 
seventeen arched aqueducts, a tunnel of 450 feet in "length, "cut through 
and under solid rock, and sixty-five toll and gate-houses. The dams are 
from three to twenty-seven feet in height. "Cost, to January 1st, 1830, 
$2,336,380. ^ 

Union Canal. — This canal was constructed in 1827. It extends from 
Middlctown, on Susquehanna river, to the head of the Girard Canal, two 
miles below Reading, connecting the waters of the Susquehanna with those 
of the Schuylkill. Length, eighty miles, exclusive of Swatara feeder, 
which extends twenty-four miles. Its works comprehend a tunnel, 243 
yards in length, eighteen feet wide, and fourteen high ; two summit reser- 
voirs, containing 12,000,000 cubic feet of water, the one covering twenty- 
seven, the other eight acres ; two steam-engines, each of 100 horse power, 
and three water-wheels for feeding the canal by pumping; two dams, 



PENNSYLV.\NIA. 243 



forty-three waste wiers, forty-nine culverts, 135 bridges, twelve small and 
two large aqueducts, two guard-locks of wood, ninety-two cut-stone locks, 
and fourteen miles of protection-wall of stone. Width at the surface of 
the water, thirty-six feet, at bottom, twenty-four ; depth, four feet. Dimen- 
sions of locks, 75 by 8^ feet. There is also connected with this canal a 
rail-road of about four miles in length, extending from the capacious basin 
at Pine Grove, to the coal mines. Cost of the canal and rail-road, exclu- 
sive of interest on loans, about $2,000,000. 

Lackatoaxen Canal. — This canal commences at the termination of the 
Delaware and Hudson Canal, near Carpenter's Point, and unites with a 
rail-road at Honesdale. Length, thirty-six miles ; width at the surface, 
thirty-two feet, at bottom, twenty feet; depth, four feet. In 1825, the 
Lackawaxen Company was authorized to act with the Delaware and Hud- 
son Canal Company. Including seventeen miles of Lackawaxen river, 
these two canals, united, form a navigation of 117 miles. Cost, 816,000 
per mile. 

Lehigh Canal. — Company incorporated in 1818. This canal extends 
from Easton, on Delaware river, to Stoddartsville, connecting Morris Canal 
with the Mauch Chunk Rail-road. Length, including 9f miles of slack- 
water pools, 46f miles. Breadth, at the surface of the water, from sixty 
to sixty-five feet, at bottom, forty-five feet ; depth, five feet. It has forty- 
three locks, of which two are guard-locks, beside five guard-locks at the 
several pools. Locks, 100 feet by 22. Lockage, 360 feet. There are, 
also, eight dams, varying in height from six feet to sixteen ; four aqueducts, 
and twenty-two culverts. Cost, $1,558,000. 

Conestoga Navigatiori. Company incorporated in 1825. It extends 
from Safe Harbour, on Susquehanna river, at the mouth of Conestoga creek, 
to Lancaster. Length, eighteen miles. The navigation is effected by a 
series of locks and dams. Locks, 100 feet by 22. Cost, 84,000 per mile. 

Conewago Canal, passing a fall of the same name on the Susquehanna 
river, is 2^ miles in length. Lockage, twenty-one feet. 

RAIL-ROADS. 

The Mauch Chunk Rail-road was commenced in January, 1827, and 
completed in May following. It extends from the coal mines, near Mauch 
Chunk, down an inclined plane to Lehigh river. The elevation of the 
mines above the river, at the point where the coal is received in boats, is 
936 feet. The rail-road has a continued descent t'rom the summit, so that 
the cars descend by their own gravity, and are drawn back by mules. Its 
length from the mines to the river is nine miles, and that of its branches 
at the ends and sides 4^. The coal is transported in cars, fourteen of 
which are connected together, containing a ton and a half each. A single 
conductor rides on one of the cars and regulates their movement. From 
300 to 340 tons of coal are discharged daily at the river. Single track. 
Cost, 83,050 per mile. 

Mount Carbon Rail-road. — Company incorporated in the spring of 1829, 
and the road commenced in October following. It commences at Mount 
Carbon, and extends to Morrisville, and thence through Pottsville to the 
Forks. Two and three tracks. Cost, 8100,000. 

Schuylkill Valley Rail-road commences at Port Carbon, and terminates 
at Tuscarora. Length, ten miles. It has fifteen lateral rail-roads inter- 



244 GENERAL VIEW OF 



sectino' it, the united lengths of which amount to about thirteen miles. The 
main road has two tracks ; the lateral roads but one. Cost of the main 
stem, 85,500 per mile ; that of the lateral ;oads, $2,600 per mile. 

The SchnylJcill Rail-road, thirteen miles in length, consists of a double 
track ; cost |7,000 per mile. 

Mill Creek Rail-road commences at Port Carbon, and extends up Mill 
Creek four miles. Single track. Cost, 814,000. About three miles of 
lateral rail-road intersect the main stem, which cost about $2,000 per 
mile. 

The West Branch Rail-road commences at Schuylkill haven, at the 

foot of Broad mountain. Length, including the west branch, fifteen miles. 

I Double track on the main stem. Cost, 8150,000. There are, in addition, 

lateral branches of a single track, five miles long, intersecting it, which 

cost per mile 82,000. 

Pine Grove Rail-road extends from the mines to Swatara feeder, five 
miles. Cost, 830,000. (See Union Canal.) 

The Little Schuylldll Rail-road commences at Port Clinton, and extends 
up the stream to the mines at Tamaqua, about twenty-three miles. Com- 
pleted in 1831. 

The Lackawaxen Rail-road commences at the termination of the Lack- 
awaxen and Delaware and Hudson Canal, connecting that canal with the 
coal-bed at Carbondale. Length, 16 miles, an elevation of 800 feet being 
overcome by five inclined planes, each from 2,000 to 3,000 feet in length. 
Single track. Cost, $6,500 per mile. 

The Central Rail-road extends from Pottsville to Sunbury, near the 
junction of the Susquehanna, with its western branch. A branch rail-road 
is to be constructed to Danville. 

The West Chester Rail-road leads from the borough of West Chester 
to Paoli, where it joins the Philadelphia and Columbia Rail-road. Com- 
pleted 1832. Estimated cost, including cars and all other charges, 90,000 
i dollars. 

Philadelphia and Trenton Rail-road, constructed in 1833, 26f miles. 
This rail-road extends from Philadelphia to Trenton, N. J. on the Dela- 
ware, via Bristol, and Morrisville opposite to Trenton. This will prove a 
great accommodation, particularly in seasons when the waters of the Dela- 
ware are low. 

Harrisburg and Chambershiirg Rail-road. From Harrisburg, via 
Carlisle, to Chambersburg, 143 miles west by south from Philadelphia, 48 
miles. 

The Philadelphia, Germantoum, and Norristotcn Rail-road is about 
19 miles in length, extending from Philadelphia to Norristown on the 
Schuylkill. Completed in 1832, as far as Germantown. A rail-road is 
also projected from Norristown to the Lehigh river, at Allentown. 

Philadelphia and Dela^vare County Rail-road is to extend from Phila- 
delphia, south-westerly, along the western margin of Delaware river. 
Leave has been obtained from the legislature of Delaware, to continue it 
through that State to the Maryland line, towards Baltimore. 

Sixty-seven other rail-roads have been projected in this State, and com- 
panies for constructing several of them have been incorporated. 



PEXXSYLVAXIA. 



21.: 



PRINCIPAL STAGE IIOUTES. 



1. From Philadel. 
phia to Pittsburg. 
To Buck tavern, . 

Paoli, 

West Whiteland,. 
Downingtown, . . . 

Coatsville, 

Sadsbury, 

Paradise, 

Lancaster, 

Mount Joy, 

Elizabethtown, . . 
Middletown, . . . . 

High Spire, 

HARRISBURG, 

Hogestown, 

Carlisle, 

Stoughstown, .... 
Shippensburg, . . . 
Green Village, . . . 
Chamhershurg, . . 

St. Thomas, 

Loudon T 

McConnellsburg, . 
Juniatta Crossings 

Bedford, 

Schellsburg, . . . 
Stoystown, . . , 
Laughlin T. . . 

Ligonier, 

Youngstovvn, . , 
Greensburg, . . . 
Adamsburg,. . . 
Stewartsville, . , 
Pittsburg, .... 



2. From Philadel- 
phia to Pitts 
burg, via Colum 
bin and York. 

To Lancaster, as 
in No. 1, 

Columbia, 

York, 

Abbott's Town,.. 

Oxford, 

Gettysburg, 

Chambersburg, ■ . 

Pittsburg, as in 
No.l,... 



3. From Philadel. 
phia to Haiti 
more, via Wil 
mington, Del. 

To Darby, . . . 

Chester, 

Marcus Hook, 

Wilmington, . 

Newport, .... 



Miles 


Miles. 


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Maunton, 

Christiana, 

New Ark, 

Elkton, 

North- East, 

Charleston, 

Havre de Grace, . 
Hall's X! Roads, . 

Harford, 

Little Gun Powder 
Baltimore, 



4. 'From Philadel. 

phia to Balti. 

more, via Port 

Deposit. 

To Darby, 

Nether Providence 

Concord, 

Kennel's Square, 
V. Lonrinn y, Roads, 
Port Dci)osit, .... 
Herbert's X Roads 

Bell Air, 

Kingsville, 

Baltimore, 



5. From Philadel- 
phia to Lancas. 
ter, via West 
Chester. 

To Huverford, . . . 

Newton, 

West Chester, . . . 

Marahalton, 

G-ip, 

Strasburg, 

Lancaster, 

6. From Philadel. 
phia to Maucli 
Chunk, via Potts- 
ville. 

To Morristoicn, . . 

Trap, 

Pottsdam, 

Reading, 

Hamburg, 

Orv.-igsburg, .... 

Pott?vil!c,.'. 

Middlcport, 

Tuscarora, 

Tamanua, 

Mauch Chunk, . . 



7. From Philadel- 
phia to Lancas- 
ter, via Yellow 
Sprinsrs. 

To Gulf Mills, . . 



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Valley Forge, . . . 
Kimberton, .... 
Yellow Springs, 

Marsh, 

Churchtown, . . . 

Earl, 

New Holland, . . 

Leacock, 

Lancaster, 



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94 
98 
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8. From Philadel- 
phia to Montrose. 
To Rising Sun, . . 
Germantovvn, . . . 
Chesnut Hill,. . . . 
Spring House,. . . 
Montgomery Square, 

Lexington, 

Sellersville, 

Quakertown, . . . . 

Fryburg, 

Bethlehem, 

Hecktown, 

Nazareth, 

Jacobsburg, 

VVindgap, 

Mount Pocono, . . 
Wilkesbarre, . . . . 

Kingston, 

New Troy, 

Exeter, 

Eaton, 

Tunkhannock,. . . 

Springville, 

Montrose, 



9. From Philadel- 
phia to Norris- 
toion. 

To Penn Towns'p, 

Manayunk, 

Roxboro', 

Norristou-n, 



10. From Phila- 
delphia to Easton. 
To Rising Sun, . . 

Jenkintown, 

Willow Grove, . . . 

Horseham, 

Doylestoicn, 

Danboro', 

Ottsville 

Durham, 

Easton, 



11. Fro7n Phila da. 

to Winchester. 
To Lancaster, as 
in No. ] 



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6 
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Columbia, 

York, 

Pig^eon Hill, .... 

Hanover, 

Petersburg, ... 
Taneytown.Md. . 
Bruceville, . . . . , 
Middleburg', ... 
Woodsboro', .... 
Walkersville, .... 

Frederick, 

Trap, 

Petersville, 

Knoxville, 

Harper's Ferry ,Va 
Charleston, .... 
Winchester, .... 



12. From Harris- 
burg to Dundaff. 

To Dauphin, .... 

Peter's Mountain, 

New Buffalo, . . , 

Montgomery's Ferry 

Liverpool, ..... 

M'Kee's Half Falls 

Selinsgrove, . . . 

Sunhury, 

Northumberland,. 

DanviUe, 

Bloomsburg, .... 

Berwick, 

Nanticoke, 

Wilkesharre, .... 

Pittstown, 

Greenville, 

Dundaff, 

1.3. From Harris- 
burgto Pittsburg, 
via Huntingdon. 

To Juniatta Falls, 

Millerstown, . . 

Tliompsontovvn, . 

Mexico, 

Mffliii, 

Lewistown, 

Wayncsburg-, . . . 

Huntiiitrdon, .... 

Alexandria, 

Yellow Springs, . 

Frankstown, .... 

Holidaysburg, . . . 

Blair's Gap, 

Munster, 

Ehcnsburg, 

Armagh, 

Blairsville, 

New Alexandria,. 

Salem X Roads, . . 

Murrysville, 

Pittsburg, 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



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188 

208 



14. From Harris- 
burg to Balti- 
more. 

To Highspire, . . . 

Middleton, 

Falmouth, 

York Haven, . . . 

York, 

Logansville, .... 

Strasburg, 

VVeisesburg,Pa.. . 

Hereford, . . . , 

Baltimore, . . , 



15. From Pitts- 
burg to Steuben- 
ville. 

To Raccoon Cr. . . 

Briceland's >< Roads, 

Steubenville, 



16. From Pitts- 
burg to Erie. 
To Bakerstovvn, 
Woodville, .... 

Butler, 

Centreville, . . . 

Mercer, 

Meadville, .... 
Waterford, .... 
Erie, 



17. From Pitts- 
burg to Wheeling. 
To Harriotsville, . 
Canonsburg, . . . . 
Washington, . . . . 
Wheeling, 



18. From Pitts- 
burg to Beaver. 

ToSewicklyUottoin 

Economy, 

Beaver, 

19. From Easton 
toElmira,N. Y. 

To Bath, 

Kernsville, 

Cherryvillc, 

Lehi:rh Gap, . . . . 

Lehighton, 

Mauch Chunk, . . 

Lausanne, 

Conyngham, . . . . 

Nescopeck, 

Berwick, 

New Columbia, . . 

Shincrsville, 

Towanda, 

Burlington, 

Ridgebury, 

Elmira, 



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12 


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20. From Easton 
to Pleasant Mount. 
To Windgap, .... 

Stanhope, 

Sterling, 

Clarkstown, 

Pleasant Mount, . 



21. From Easton 

to Harrisburg. 
To Butztown, . . . 

Bethlehem, 

Allentown, 

Trexlertown, .... 

Kutztown, 

Reading, 

Womelsdorf, .... 

Myerstown, 

Lebanon, 

Palmyra, 

Hummelstown, . . 
HARRISBURG, 



22. Fro)}i Easton 
to Milford. 

To Richmond,. 
Mount Bethel, . 
Dutottsburg, . . 
Stroudsburg, . . 
Coolbaugh's, . . 

Bush kill, 

Dingman's Ferry, 
Milford, 

23. From Lewis 
town to Erie. 

To Bellefonte, , . . 
Millersburg,. .... 
Phillipsburg, .... 
Kylersville, ..... 

Clearfield, , 

Curwinsville, .... 

Brookville, 

Clarion, 

Strattcrsville, .... 
Shippensvillc,. . . , 

Franklin, 

Meadville, 

Erie, 



24. From Ebens 
burg to Butler. 

To Indiana, 

Kittaning, 

Butler, 



25. From Harris- 
burg to Winches- 
ter, Va. 

To Hogcstown, . . 

Carlisle, 

Stoiighstov,-n,. . . . 

Shippensburg, . . . 



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Green Villajjc, . . . 
Chambershurg, . . 

Greencastlc, 

Hasrcr's Town,Md. 

Fuiikstown, 

Boonsboro', 

Sharpsburg, 

Shepherdstown.Va 
]\Iartinsburg, .... 

Darkesville, 

Winchester, 



26. From Reading 

to Lancaster. 
To Adamstown, 
Reamstown,. . . . 

Epliratah, 

Litiz, 

Neffsville, 

Lancaster, 



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27. From Potts- 
ville to Belle- 
fonte, via Wil- 
liamsport. 

To Danville, . . . . 

Washingtonville,. 

Dcrry, 

Pennsborough, . . 

Williamsporl, . . . 

Jersey Shore, . . . . 

Dunn's Town,. . . 

Bellefonte, 



28. FromNorthum- 
berland to Lewis- 
town. 

To New Berlin,. . 

Middleburg, 

Beavcrtown, 



32 


1 


8 


40 


5 


45 


14 


59 


14 


73 


11 


84 


10 


94 


24 


118 


11 




5 


16 


6 


22 



Lewistown, 28 



29. Frorn Bedford 
to Washinirton. 

To Somerset, .... 
Mount Pleasant, . 

Robstown, 

Williamsport, . . . 
Washington, 

30. From Harris- 
hurg to Hagers- 
town, Md. 

To Carlisle, 

Menallen, 

Gettysburg, 

Fairfield, 

Waynesboro', • . . 
Leitersburg, Md.. 
Hagerstown, . . . . 



37 
25 
14 
10 
20 



18 

18 

9 

8 

13 
6 
6 



50 



62 

76 

86 

106 



36 
45 
53 

66 

72 
78 



DELAWARE. 

The first European settlers in the territory, now constituting the State 
of Delaware, were Swedes and Fins, a colony of whom was formed un- 
der the auspices of the celebrated Gustavus Adolphus, king of Sweden. In 
1627, the first emigrants landed at Cape Henlopen, which they named 
Point Paradise, and to the country on both sides of the Delaware river, they 
applied the title of New Sweden. Hoarkill, now Lewistown, was founded 
in 1630, and other settlements were shortly afterwards established near 
Wilmington, at Upland, now Chester, and at Tinicum, in Pennsylvania. 
In 1655, the Swedish settlements fell under the authority of the Dutch, 
who united them to their colony of New Amsterdam, under the title of the 
New Netherlands. Nine years afterwards, the whole was conquered by 
the English, and granted by Charles II. to his brother James, Duke of York, 
who, in 1682, conveyed the Delaware settlements to Wm. Penn. At that 
period, Delaware was as at present divided into three counties, and from 
that time to the American revolution was known as the three lower coun- 
ties upon the Delaware. In 1775, Richard Penn, then proprietor of Penn- 
sylvania, resigned his jurisdiction over the lower counties, and in the fol- 
lowing year, 1776, the dominion of Great Britain having been abolished, 
a convention of representatives, chosen for the purpose, formed a constitu- 
tion, and the territory takin<>; the name of Delawai-e, became a free and 
independent State. In the revolutionary war, she labored and suffered 
greatly ; no part of the continent contributed better troops, or was more 
steadfast in the common cause than this little State. The Delaware regi- 
ment was distinguished for its bravery and efficiency among the regular 
forces. This State was the first to ratify and adopt the Federal Constitution. 
Subsequent to that period, the noiseless tenor of its history is sufficient 
proof of the advantages it has derived from the Union, and its own political 
administration. The only event of importance in its recent annals, is the 
forming of a new Constitution, which took place in 1792. The name of 
this State, the bay, and river, was derived from Lord De la War, one of the 
early settlers of Virginia. 



i^ 



•2-iS 



GENERAL YIEV/ OF 



The general aspect of Delaware is that of an extended plain, mostly , 
favorable for cultivation. ! 

On the table-land forming the dividing ridge between the Delaware and ' 
Chesapeake Bays, is a chain of swamps, irom which the waters descend 
in one direction to Chesapeake, and on the other to Delaware Bay. The 
upper part of the State is generally a fine tract of country, and well adapted 
to the growing of wheat, and other grains. The staple commodity, how- 
ever, is' wheat, which is produced of a superior quality. The flour is highly 
esteemed for its softness, and is preferred in foreign markets. Brandywine 
creek, in the upper part of the State, furnishes water-power for great and 
growing manufacturing establishments. The chief articles are flour, cot- 
tons, woollens, paper, and gunpowder. Delaware contains but few mine- 
rals ; in the county of Sussex, and among the branches of the Nanticoke, 
are large quantities of bog iron ore, well adapted for casting ; but it is not 
wrought to any extent. This State has a school fund of $170,000. There 
are academies at Wilmington, New Castle, Newark, Smyrna, Dover, Mil- 
ford, Lewistown, and Georgetown. Schools are established in every dis- 
trict of 4 miles square. No district is entitled to any share of the fund 
that will not raise by taxation a sum equal to its share of the income of the 
fund. The boundaries on the north are Pennsylvania, on the south Mary- 
land, on the east Delaware Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, and on the west ; 
Pennsylvania and Maryland. i 

The extent from north to south is 90 miles ; from east to west 25 miles ; 
area in square miles, 2,120, or 1,356,800 acres. The principal streams, 
besides the Delaware, which forms a part of its boundary, are Brandywine 
creek, Christiana creek. Duck creek, Mispillion creek, and Indian, Chop- 
tank, and Nanticoke rivers. j 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. I 



Counties. 



Kent, , 

New Castle, . 



Population 



19,911 
29,710 



County Towns. 



Counties. 



DOVER. I 

^Newcastle, ! 
( Wilmington. '! 



Sussex, . . 
Total, , 



Population 



27,118 



County Towns. 



(6,739 



Georgetown. 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 

INCREASE. 



In 1790, 59,094 

1800, 64,273 

1810, 72,674 

1820, 72,749 

1830, 76,7.39 



From 1790 to 1800, 5,179 

1800 to 1810, 8,401 

1810 to 1820, 75 

1820 to 1830, 3,990 



SLAVES. 

8,887 
6,153 
4,177 
4,509 
3,292 



Of the above population of 1830, there werp, white Males, 28,845; white Females. 28,756; 
deaf and dumb, 35; blind, 13; aliens, 313: total whites, 57,601. Free colored Males, 7,882; Females, 
7,973: total, 15,855. Slaves— Males, 1,806; Females, 1,466: total, 3,292. 



INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 
CANALS, 

Chesapeake and Delaware Canal is partly in the state of Delaware 
and partly in Maryland, connecting Delaware river with Chesapeake bay. 
Length, 13f miles; breadth at the surface, 66 feet; depth, 10 feet, being 
designed for sloop navigation. It leaves Delaware river 45 miles below 
Philadelphia, passes across the peninsula, and communicates with Chesa- 
peake Bay at Back creek. It has two tide and two lift locks, 100 feet bv 



DELAWARE. 



249 



22 feet in the chamber. The summit-level is 12 feet above tide- water. At 
the eastern termination of the canal, at Delaware City, a harbor extends 
500 feet along the shore, from which two piers, that distance apart, project 
250 feet into the river, nearly opposite Fort Delaware. Commenced in 
1824 ; opened for navigation in 1829. Cost, $2,200,000. 

eail-roads. 

Newcastle and Frenchtown Rail-road is nearly parallel to the Chesa- 
peake and DelaAvare Canal, and is in direct competition with it. It extends 
from Newcastle on Delaware river to Frenchtown, in the state of Mary- 
land, affording communication between Delaware river and Chesapeake 
Bay. It consists of a single track with the requisite number of turn-outs, 
and is about 16^ miles in length — only 853 yards longer than a perfectly 
straight line drawn between its two extremities. It consists of 6 curve and 
6 straight lines. The curve lines vary in length from 1,939 to 8,296 feet. 
The radii of the three smaller curves are of 10,560 feet each ; the radius 
of the largest, 20,000 feet. The agsresrate length of the curves is 5.16 
miles; that of the straight lines, 11.3 miles. The graduation of the road 
departs from a perfect level by ascents and descents varying from 10 feet 
6 inches to 16 feet 4 inches a mile; at one place, for about 4,000 feet, the 
slope is at the rate of 29 feet to the mile. The whole amount of excava- 
tion is about 500,000 cubic yards of earth, exclusive of the side drains. 
The amount of embankment 420,000 cubic yards. The road crosses 4 
viaducts and 29 culverts, all constructed of substantial stone masonry. 
Width, 26 feet, exclusive of the side drains. Completed in 1832. Cost, 
including land, wharf, depots, and locomotive engines, 8400,000. 

Wilmi?igto?i and Doicningtown Rail-road. — Company incorporated in 
1831. Capital, 8100,000, with liberty to increase it to 8150,000. Rail- 
road to extend from Wilmington to the boundary line of the State, in the 
direction of Downingtown, Penn. 



FRIITCIFAI< STAGZ; ROUTES. 



1. From Wilming- 
ton to Easton, Md. 
To New Castle, . . 

St. George's, 

Aliddletown, . . . . 

Warwick, 

Head of Sassafras, 
Georgetown X R. 
Chestertown, .... 
Church Hill, .... 

Centreville, 

Wye MiUs, 

Easton, 



2. From Wilming- 



Miles 

5 

10 
9 
6 
3 
4 

15 
6 

11 
6 

12 



Miles. 

15 
24 
30 
33 
37 
52 
58 
69 
75 
87 



ton to Georgetown. 
To St, George's, . . 
Cantwell's Bridge, 

Smyrna, 

DOVER, 

Camden, 

Canterbury, 

Frederica, 

Milford, 

Milton, 

Georgetotcn, 



3. Frotn George- 
town to Eastville, 
Va. 



15 

7 

12 
12 
3 
5 
5 
7 

12 
8 



To IMillsborough, 
Dagsborough, . . . 

22 St. Martin's, 

34 Berlin, 

46; '.Newark, 

4d\\Snow Hill 

54jjSandy Hill, 

59 j Horntown, 

66 

78, 

86 



Modest-town, . . 
Drummondton, 
Onancock, . . . . 
Pungoteague, . . 
|Belle Haven, . . 
[Eastville, 



9 

5 

13 

9 
8 
8 

10 
6 

13 

14 
4 

10 
8 

14 



14 

27 

36 

44 

52 

62 

68 

81 

95 

99 

109 

117 

131 



MARYLAND. 

The territory now forming the State of Maryland was granted by 
Charles I. to George Calvert, Lord Baltimore, an eminent statesman who 
had been Secretary to James I. The first settlement was formed by his son, 
Leonard Calvert, together with about 200 Catholic emigrants, most of 
whom were persons of property. They locnted themselves on the north side 



250 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



of the Potomac river, at an Indian town called Piscataway. The country 
granted to Lord Baltimore was called Maryland, in honor of Henrietta 
Maria, the Queen of England. The principles upon which the settlement 
of this colony was established were alike honorable to the humanity and 
wisdom of the founder. They were similar to those adopted by Roger 
Williams, in the planting of Rhode Island, and subsequently by Wm. Penn 
on a laro-er scale in the settlement of Pennsylvania. They advanced the 
prosperity and population of Maryland at a rapid pace, and have left imper- 
ishable brilliancy on the character of Lord Baltimore. The colony was 
an asylum for the persecuted of religious sects, from all parts of the world, 
which circumstance, with the hospitality of the natives, the fruitfulness of 
the soil, and mildness of the climate, tended greatly to its early growth and 
prosperity. 

In 1699 the seat of government was fixed at Annapolis, where it has 
ever since remained. From the restoration of Charles II. until the revolu- 
tion of 1668 the government continued in the proprietor, but upon that 
event taking place it was wrested from him by the Protestant Association 
in arms, and tendered to William and Mary, by whom it was accepted, and 
it continued a royal province until 1716. The descendant of the proprie- 
tor renouncing the Catholic faith, the government was restored to him, 
and continued in the proprietary family until the revolution which estab- 
lished the independence of the United States. 

The people of Maryland were not backward in supporting the cause of 
treedom. The spirit which was first roused in 1765, and which blazed 
forth in 1776, displayed itself on both occasions in that province, during 
the revolutionary war ; and especially in the southern campaigns under 
Gen. Green, the bravery and good conduct of the Maryland line were con- 
spicuous. In 1788 the convention of this State adopted the federal con- 
stitution, by a largo majority. Two years after, the State ceded^ to the 
general government that part of the District of Columbia which lies east 
of the Potomac river, for the seat of the national legislature. In the last 
war with Great Britain, the maritime parts of this State were subjected to 
a marauding warfare, as harassing and vexatious to the people, as it was 
dishonorable to the enemy ; in his last attempt on Baltimore, made with a 
considerable force, towards the close of the contest, he was forced to retreat 
to his ships with considerable loss, and entirely disappointed in his views. 

Maryland is bounded north by Pennsylvania and Delaware; east by 
Delaware and the Atlantic; south-west and west by Virginia. Length 
196 miles, and 120 miles in breadth ; area in square miles 10,950, in acres 
7,008,000. The principal rivers are the Potomac, which divides it from 
Virginia, the Susquehanna, Patapsco, Pawtuxent, Elk, Sassafras, Chester, 
Choptank, Nanticoke, and Pocomoke. The maritime part of this State is 
penetrated far into the interior by Chesapeake Bay, as a vast river dividing 
it into two distinct portions, called the eastern and western shores. These 
shores include a level, low, and alluvial country, intersected by tide-water 
rivers and creeks, and like the same tracts of country farther south are 
subject to intcrmittcnts. The genuine white wheat, which is supposed to 
be peculiar to this State, is raised on these shores. Above the tide-waters, 
the land becomes agreeably undulating. Beyond this commences the 
Allegheny mountain, with its numerous ridges : the valleys between them 
are of a loamy and rich soil, yielding fine wheat and all the productions of 



MARYLAND. 



251 



the middle, together with some of those of the southern States. The 
national road passes through the wide and fertile valleys in which Frederick 
and Hagerstown are situated, being broad belts of the same admirable soil 
which is seen in Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. Among these moun- 
tains and hills the air is elastic, the climate salubrious, and the waters clear 
and transparent. 

In manufactures and commerce, Maryland sustains a very respectable 
rank ; numerous woollen and cotton mills, copper and iron rolling mills are 
established in and near Baltimore, and are also scattered over other parts 
of the State. Flour and tobacco are the staple productions : the exports 
of the former are very great, and of the latter the product is considerable 
and of excellent quality. The imports into Maryland in 1831 were 
$4,826,577, and the exports of domestic articles for the same period 
83,7-20,.506, of foreign produce 8578,141 ; total, 84,308,647. 

The great Baltimore and Ohio Rail-road now in progress in this State 
is by far the most stupendous national work of the kind ever undertaken 
in this or any other country. The entire distance Avill exceed 300 miles ; 
on this road every mode of passage, by horse car power and locomotive 
steam car power, and wind power by sails, has been adopted. The route 
of this great undertaking is through a country abounding in every variety 
of splendid scenery that mountains, valleys, cascades, rivers, forests, and 
the wildness of nature in her mountainous retreats, can furnish. Various 
other works of the same kind are in contemplation. When these shall be 
completed, Maryland will probably come in for her full share of the trade 
of the Avest. 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties. 


Population 


County Towns. 


1 Counties. 


Population 


County Towns. 


Allegflieny, .... 


10,60:2 


Cumberland. 


Montg;omery, . . 


19,816 


Rockville. 


Ann Arundel,. . 


28,295 


ANNAPOLIS. 


Prince George, 


20,473 


Up. Marlboro'. 


Baltimore, .... 


120,876 


Baltimore. 


Queen Anne, . . 


14,390 


Centreville. 


Calvert, 


8,899 


Pr. Frederick T. 


St. Mary's, 


13,455 


Leonardtown. 


Caroline, 


9,070 


Denton. 


Somerset, 


20,155 


Princess Anne. 


Cecil 


15,4.32 


Elkton. 


jTalbot, 


] 2,947 


Easton. 


Charles, 


17,666 


Port Tobacco. 


Washington, . . 


25,263 


Hagerstown. 


Dorchester, . . . 


18,685 


Cambridgfe. 


Worcester, .... 


18,271 


Snotvhill. 


Frederick, .... 
Harford, 


45,793 
16,315 


Frederick. 
Bell Air. 








Total 


446,913 




Kent, 


10,.502 


Chcstcrtown. 







POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 

In 1660, 12,000; in 1676, 16,000; in 1701, 25,000; in 1733, 36,000; in 1749, 
85,000 ; in 1755, 108,000 ; in 1763, 70,000, whites. 

INCREASE. 



In 1790 317,728 

1800, 34.5,824 

1810, .380,546 

1820 407,350 

1830, 446,913 

Of the above population of 1830, 
deaf and dumb. 131 
2?,0->2: total. .''.2.942. 



From 1790 to 1800 26,096 

1800 to 1810, 34,722 

1810 to 1820 16,804 

1820 to 1830, 39,563 

there were, white Males, 147,31.5; white Females 
blind, 15r>: total whites, 291,093. Free colored Males, 34,920; 
Slaves— Males, .'53,429; Females. 49.449: total, 102,878. 



SLAVES. 

103,036 

108,554 

111,502 

107,398 

102,878 

143,778; 
Females, 



INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 

CABALS. 

CJiesapcnl-e and Ohio Cnjml. -^Charter granted by Virginia, 1824; 
confirmed bv Maryland and Congi-esp, 1^25. Commencpd in 1828. Pro- 



252 GENERAL VIEW OF 

posed length 341 i miles ; to extend from tide-water of the Potomac river 
above Georgetown, in the District of Columbia, and terminate near Pitts- 
burg, Pennsylvania. Breadth at the surfa e of the water, from 60 to 80 
feet ; at the bottom, 50 feet ; depth from 6 to 7 feet. The first 2 miles 
of this canal above Georgetown are 70 feet wide on the surface, and 7 feet 
deep ; the next 2 miles are 80 feet wide, and 6 feet deep. The remaining 
distance to the Point of Rocks. (44 miles) 60 feet wide and 6 deep. Five 
miles from Georgetown the canal is planned for constructing branches 
severally to Alexandria, Baltimore, and to the navy-yard at Washington. 
The locks are to be of stone, 100 feet by 15. Amount of lockage required 
on the whole canal, 3,215 feet. At the summit-level, upon the Allegheny 
Mountain, a tunnel is required 4 miles and 80 yards long, with a deep cut 
1,060 yards long at the western end, and another 14 yards long at the 
eastern end, each of which opens into a basin of 880 yards in length and 
64 in width. The original estimate of the cost was 822,375,000 ; but it 
is supposed that it will fall much short of that sum. $1,000,000 of the 
stock have been subscribed by the United States. 

Port Deposit Canal is a public work of the State of Maryland. Its 
length is 10 miles, extending from Port Deposit on the east bank of the 
Susquehanna, along a line of rapids, northward, to the boundary of Ma- 
ryland. 

Potomac river Canals. — At Little or LoAver Falls, three miles above 
Washington, is a canal 2^ iTiiles long. Difference of level 37 feet and 1 
inch, overcome by 4 locks of solid masonry. 

At Great Falls, 9 miles above, is a canal 1,200 yards long, lined with 
walls of stone. Difference of level, 76| feet surmounted by five locks, 
100 feet long, and from 10 to 14 wide. 

RAIL-ROADS. 

Baltimore and Ohio Rail-road. — Company incorporated in 1827, by 
the legislatures of Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania. The ceremony 
of laying the first stone was performed July 4, 1828; but active opera- 
tions were not commenced till the* autumn of the same year. Capital, 
$5,000,000. This rail-road, when completed, is to extend from Baltimore 
to Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, or to some other point on the Ohio river, thus 
affording communication between the waters of Chesapeake Bay and those 
of the Ohio. Seventy-three miles of this rail -road are to be completed in 
the course of the autumn of 1832, from Baltimore to the Point of Rocks 
on Potomac river, including a branch rail-road to Frederick. 

Lengfth of the main stem from the Depot of the Company in Pratt-street, 

Baltimore, to the Point of Rocks, double track, 67f m. 

From the Depot to the City Block, 2 m. 

Branch from the main stem to Frederick, single track, 3^ m. 

Total, 13i 

Average cost of a single track, $15,500 a mile. 

Total cost of a single track, $1,101,615 

Average cost of a double track, $27,128 a mile. 

Total cost of a double track, $1,906,853 

The breadth of the tracks is 4 feet 9i inches between the rails. 
From January 1, to September 30, 1831, the number of passengers on 
the portion of the rail-road from Baltimore to Ellicott's Mills (13 miles) 



MARYLAND. 



253 



was 81,905 ; and within the same period- 5,931 tons were transported upon 
it, yielding an income of $31,405, and involving an expense of $10,994. 
Transportation is effected by horses and steam locomotive engines. 

The progress of the rail-road beyond the Point of Rocks has been inter- 
rupted by a law-suit between the Baltimore and Ohio Rail-road Company 
and the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, which has been decided in 
favor of the latter. IMcasures are now in progress for the extension of 
the rail-road to the mouth of the Shenandoah. A further extension of 30 
miles will carry it to Williamsport, and another of 75 miles, to Cumber- 
land, and a country abounding in rich bituminous coal. From this point 
to Pittsburg the distance is 140 miles, making the whole length 325 miles. 

Upon the route selected for this rail-road there are only two summits for 
the distance of 180 miles. The approach to the first of these summits, at 
Parr Spring Ridge, is by an acclivity so gradual as not to exceed 18 feet to 
the mile. From the western side of this ridge, to the coal mines near 
Cumberland, the route for the whole distance, is adapted to steam locomo- 
tive engines. From the eastern base of the Alleghany mountain, a series 
of inclined planes will be required to overcome a summit of 1200 feet; 
from thence the road may be constructed upon a line so nearly level to the 
Ohio river, as to be traversed by steam locomotive engines without diffi- 
culty. 

Baltimore and Susquehanna Rail-road. — Commenced in 1830. To 
extend from Baltimore to York, Pennsylvania. Length, 76 miles. The 
portion of the railroad lying in Maryland, is in active progress. Seven 
miles, commencing at Baltimore, have already been completed at the expense 
of $13,350 a mile. The next division of 8 miles, is now under contract. 
When completed, it is supposed the cost of the rail-road will be reduced to 
811,000 a mile. As the Act of the legislature of IMaryland incorporating 
the Baltimore and Susquehanna Rail-road Company has not been concun-ed 
in by the legislature of Penns)"lvania, the rail-road, at present, will termi- 
nate at the boundary line of the State of JNIaryland. The company is 
authorized to construct a lateral rail-road, commencing at the main stem, 
within ten miles of Baltimore, through Westminster to the head waters of 
Monocacy river. 

Baltimore and Washingto?i Rail-road is a branch of the Baltimore and 
Ohio Rail-road, and has been undertaken by the same company. The 
route has been surveyed. Length from the point of intersection at Elk- 
ridge landing to Washington, about 33 miles. 

A rail-road has been projected from Baltimore to Annapolis. 



PRIITCIFil.Zi STAGS ROUTZIS. 



1. From Baltimore' 
toWashinjrtonCity M\h 

Elkrid2:e Landing / 

Waterloo, 6 

Vansville, 11 

Bladensbur?, .... 8 

WASHINGTON, 6 



2. From Baltimore 

to WheelinS; Va. 

To Catonsville, . . 

EUicott's Mills, . . 



Miles. 

13 

24 
32 
38 



10 



West Friendship, 

Cooksville, 

Lisbon, 

Poplar Springs, . . 

Parrsville, 

New Market,. . . . 
Frederick-town, . . 
Middletown, . . . . 
Boonesborough,. . 

Hairerstonm, 

Park Head, 

Hancock, 

W 



8 


18 


6 


24 


2 


26 


3 


291 


3 


32 


7 


39 


9 


48 


8 


56 


8 


64 


9 


73. 


19 


92 


5 


97 



IBevansville, 

Flint Stone, 

Cumberland, . . . . 

Frosfburg, 

Tomlinsorjs, 

Somerfield, Pa. . . 

Uniontowv, 

Brownsville, . . . . 

Beallsville, 

Hillsborough,. . . . 
Washino^on, . . . . 
Claysville, 



1 

10 
13 
10 
10 
19 
21 
12 
8 
3 
11 
11 



114 
124 
137 
147 
1.57 
176 
197 
209 
217 
220 
231 
242 



254 

West Alexandria, 
Triadelphia,Va. . . 
Wheeling, Va. . . . 

3. From Baltimore 
to Lancaster, Pa. 

To Hereford, .... 
Weisesburgf, .... 

Strasburg', 

Logansville, 

York, 

Wrig^htsville, .... 

Columbia, 

Mountvillc, 

Lancaster, 

4. Fr07n Baltimore 
to Annapolis 

Sweetzer's Bridge, 
Brotherton, . . . 
ANNAPOLIS, 

5. From Baltimore 
to Chamhersburg, 
Pa., via Gettys- 
burg. 

To Pikesville, . . . 
Reisterstown, .... 
Westminster, .... 

Petersburg, 

Gettysburg, 

Chambershurg, . . 

6. From Baltimore 
to Chambershurg, 
via Emmitsburg. 

To Reisterstown, . 
Westminster,. . . . 
Uniontown, 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



6 


248 


10 


258 


9 


267 


21 




3 


24 


10 


34 


o 
/ 


41 


7 


48 


11 


59 


1 


60 


4 


64 


6 


70 


4 




16 


20 


10 


30 


8 




8 


16 


12 


28 


15 


43 


10 


53 


24 


77 


16 




11 


27 


7 


34 



Taneytown, . . . 
Emmitsburg,. . 
Waynesburg,. . 
Chambershurg,. 



7. Froin Washing- 
ton City to Freder- 
ick. 
To Georgetown, . 

Rockville, 

Middlebrook, 

Clarksburg, 

Hyatstown, 

Frederick, 



From Reisters 
town to Carlisle, 
Pa. 

To Hampstead, . . 

Manchester, 

Hanover, 

Abbottstown, . . . . 

East Berlin, 

York Sulphur Sp's 

Carlisle, 



9. From Frederick 

to York, Pa. 
To Walkersville,. 

Woodsboro', 

Middleburg, 

Bruceville, 

Taneytown, 

Petersburg, 

Hanover, 

Pigeon Hill, 

York 



6 
10 
16 
15 



2 

13 

10 

3 

4 

11 



14 
4 

10 
6 
3 
7 

14 



6 

5 
9 

2 
5 

9 

7 

10 
8 



40 
50 
66 

81 



15 
25 

28 
32 
43 



18 
28 
34 
37 

44 

58 



11 

20 
22 
27 
36 
43 
53 
61 



10. Frotn Freder- 
ick to Winchester. 

To Trap, 

Petersville, 

Knoxville, 

Harper's Ferry, . . 

Charleston, 

Winchester, 



11. From Wash- 
ington to Annapo- 
lis. 

To Upper Marlboro 
Queen Anne, .... 
Davidsonville, . . . 
ANNAPOLIS,. . 



12. From Annapo- 
lis to Cambridge. 
To Broad Creek, . 
Queenstown, . . . . 

Wye Mills, 

Easton, 

Trap, 

Cambridge, 



13. From George- 
town, D. C, to The 
Ridge. 
WASHINGTON, 
Piscatawav, . . . 
Pleasant Hill,. . 
Port Tobacco, . 

Newport, 

Chajjtico, 

Lconardfown, . . 
Great Mills,. .. 
St. Inigoes, .... 
The Ridge, . . . 



7 
4 
4 
6 

7 
22 



18 
9 
3 



12 

12 

5 

11 

9 

5 



16 

10 

6 

11 

8 
12 
12 
15 

5 



11 
15 
21 

28 
50 



27 
30 

38 



24 

29 
40 
49 
54 



18 
28 
34 
45 
53 
65 
77 
92 
97 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

The Di,strict of Columbia i,s a tract of country ten miles square, situated 
on both sides of the Potomac river, 120 miles from its mouth, and 290 miles 
from the Atlantic Ocean. It contains Washington countv, Ivino- on the 
north-east or Maryland side of the river, in which are Washington City and 
Georgetown. Alexandria county is on the Virginia or south-east bank of the 
Potomac, and in it is located the city of Alexandria. The District was ceded 
to the United States in 1790, by the States of Maryland and Virginia, and 
in 1800 it became the seat of the general government of the United States. 
It is subject to the immediate and exclusive legislation of Congress, yet 
the laws of the two states from which it was taken remain in force in the 
respective parts taken from each. The City of Washington is the capital 
of the United States ; it is the residence of the President, and the other 
chief executive officers of the national government. 

The buildings belonging to the United States are : 1st. The Capitol, a 
large and massy building of the Corinthian order, situated near the west- 
ern extremity of the Capitol square, 73 feet above tide ; it is of freestone, com- 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 



2.55 



posed of a central edifice and two wings, and is of the folloi#tng dimen- 
sions, viz : 



Leng^th of front, feet. . .350.5 

Depth of wings, 121.6 

East projection, 65 

West do 83 

Height of wings to top of balustrade, 70 
" " centre dome, 120 



Length of Representatives' Hall, 95 

Height do 60 

Lcngtii of Senate Chamber, 74 

Height do A-i 

Hciglit of Rotunda, DO 

Diameter do 90 



The wings were nearly completed, when the British army, under Gene- 
ral Ross, (who was afterwards slain in battle near Baltimore,) in August, 
1814, made a sudden incursion, after defeating the American troops at 
Bladensburg, gained possession of the city, setting fire to the Capitol, Presi- 
dent's House, Public Office, &lc., unconnected with the operations of war, 
reducing the whole to ashes, together with the valuable library of Congress. 
The foundation of the north wing was laid in the presence of General 
Washington, on the 16th Sept. 1798, and that of the centre on the 24th 
of May, 1818, being the anniversary of its destruction by the British. The 
building covers one and a half acres, and 1820 square feet, exclusive of its 
circular inclosure for fuel, and elegant area and glacier on the west front. 
The squai'e contains 22^ acres, embracing a circumference of 5 of a m\\e 
and 185 feet, inclosed by a substantial iron railing, with very neat gate- 
ways, gravel-walks, and a beautiful bordering of shrubbery and flowers, 
forming a delightful promenade for the use of the citizens. Opposite to the 
west front is the botanic garden ground, well adapted for the purpose in- 
tended ; it is under the care of the Columbian Institute. At the west front 
of the Capitol is placed the beautiful marble monument (which lately stood 
in the Navy-Yard) erected by the American officers to the memory of their 
brethren who fell before Tripoli in the year 1804. 

2d. The President's House is two stories high, with a loft}^ basement, 
and is 180 feet long by 85 wide; from each end there is attached the ne- 
cessary offices, stables, coal and ice houses, &c., with a colonnade ft-ont, and 
rising to a level with the main floor of the house ; the roofs being flat, 
afford a promenade ; it is built of freestone, is crowned with a balustrade, 
the roof covered with copper, the entrance from the north is through a 
loffy portico, which is projected from the front so as to leave room for car- 
riages to pass under between the platform and outer columns ; the house 
stands on an elevation in the centre of a laree reservation of ground ; the 
view to the south is extremely beautiful and picturesque. 

3d. Four buildings, erected 300 feet east and west of the President's 
House, for the accommodation of the principal departments and subordinate 
offices of the government. They are each two stories high, with freestone 
ba.sements, and covered with slate ; the two new ones, facing north, are 
each 130 feet long by 60 wide, with handsome porticoes of the Ionic order ; 
the two south ones are 150 feet long by 57 wide. 

4th. The General Post Office, on E street north, occupies the whole of 
•the south front of square 430, being 200 feet long; it is 3 stories high, and 
in it are the General Post Office, City Post Office, and Patent Oflice ; it is 
a very neat and commodious edifice, well adapted to the purposes for which 
it is used, on high ground, about equidistant from the Capitol and the 
President's House. 

5th. A very extensive Navy-Yard, inclosed on the north and east by a 



256 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



lofty wall, with a handsome gateway and guard-rooms, a large and com- 
modious dwelling for the commandant, and. others for different officers at- 
tached to the yard ; extensive timber-shec' ., warehouses, shops for black- 
smiths, coopers, turners, plumbers, joinei-s, sail-makers, boat-builders, &c., 
a steam-engine, which works two sets of saws, drives a tilt hammer, turners' 
lathes, &c. ; there are also 2 very large ship-houses. The Columbus 74, 
Potomac and Brandy wine frigates, of 44 guns each, and several other ves- 
sels of war, have been built at this yard ; there is also a neat and tastefully 
arranged armory; and there is a vast quantity of naval stores, and cannon 
of every size, deposited in the yard. 

6th. Marine Barracks, situated north of the Navy-Yard, occupies the 
whole of square 927 ; the building is upwards of 700 feet in length, with 
a colonnade facing into the square ; in the centre of the square are the offi- 
cers' quarters ; at the north of the square is the commandant's house, which 
is very large and commodious ; and at the south is an armory and work- 
shops. The yard is neat, and kept in excellent order. 

7th. A substantial Navy Magazine, with a house for the keeper, and 
wharf for convenience of receiving and sending off powder, &c. ; it is situ- 
ated at the east end of the city, on the Anacostia branch of the Potomac. 

8th. At the southern extremity of the city stands the extensive Army 
Arsenal and Laboratories for arras and the manufactory of military stores, 
with large sheds and houses for the storage of caissons, cannon, carriages, 
&c., and a magazine, occupying a large space of ground in a beautiful and 
commandinsr situation. 

9th. The Penitentiary is situated on the public ground north of the Ar- 
senal ; it is a lofty building, of brick, inclosing within it the cells for the 
convicts, four tiers high ; built of freestone, and properly secured by strong 
iron doors ; attached to it are spacious buildings for the warden and keep- 
ers ; the warden's house faces the Potomac, and in front of it is a substan- 
tial wharf for the convenience of the establishment ; the ground is inclosed 
by a lofty brick wall extending from near the Potomac to James's Creek. 





POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 




Counties. 


Population 


County Towns. 


Counties. 


Population 


County Towns. 


Alexandria, . . . 


9,608 


Alexandria. 


Wasliiiigton, . . 
Total, .... 


30,262 


Wasliington, 
Georgetown. 




39,868 



In 1800, 14,093 

1810, 24,023 

1820, 33,0.39 

1830, 39,868 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 



INCREASE. 



From 1800 to 1810, 9,930 

1810 to 1820, 9,016 

1820 to 1830 6,829 



SL.WES. 

5,395 
6,376 
6,058 



Of the above population of ]3;'0, there were, white Males, 13,701 ; white Females 13 876- total 
whites, 27.(347. Free colored Males, 2,C4G ; Females, 3.517: total, 0,163. Slaves— Males, 2 778- 
IVnialos, S.adO: total, 0,058. 



I 



VIRGINIA. 

The name of Virginia, though now properly Monging to only one of 
the States of the American Union, was originally given to the whole extent 
of country, afterwards divided into thirteen colonies. It was bestowed (in 
honor of Queen Elizabeth) by Sir Walter Raleigh, upon that part of North 
America which he attempted to colonize. 



VIRGINIA. 251 



Virginia was the Jirst anglo-American colony, and tlic first germ of a 
mighty nation. 

James I. in 1606, granted to two Companies, the London and Plymouth, 
all that part of the American coast from N. latitude 34° to 45°, under the 
names of North and South Virginia. The latter effected an actual settle- 
ment on the Powhatan, now James river, and there commenced the United 
States. The early advance was very slow, the colony being regarded with 
indiflt^rence in England. In 1619, the first Lcjiislature was convened — 
an advantage more than counterbalanced the ensuing year, by the introduc- 
tion of the first African slaves. 

As an English Colony, Virginia was royal in its political features and 
feelings. In the long revolutionary struggle, from 1642 to 1660, the peo- 
ple sided with the royal party. The revolution of 1668 extended its effects 
into every section of British domination, in which Virginia shared its bene- 
fits. For a considerable period she enjoyed great internal tranquillity, and 
experienced nothing to interrupt her growth. 

In the year 1782, she gave birth to the most illustrious of her sons ; the 
great statesman and patriot who was destined afterwards to achieve the 
independence of all the colonies. In the colonial war of 1755, Virginia 
was truly distinguished. In that of the American revolution, she was, in 
many respects, the leading State ; and the illustrious Washingto7i was only 
one of many of her sons who shone in that day of events. Since the 
peace of 1783, she has retained an elevated rank in the family of States. 
Fruitful of illustrious men, she has given four Presidents to the Union. 
During the late war with Great Britain, her citizens displayed great patriot- 
ism in opposing the common enemy ; and her maritime frontier suffered 
severely from his predatory incursions. 

The distinguishing national traits of the Virginians are frankness, gene- 
rosity, decision, and unshrinking perseverance. Nature has bestowed on 
Virginia advantage of position, soil, climate, and navigable rivers. She is 
often distinguishad by the title of the Ancient Dominion, probably from the 
circumstance of her having been the first settled of the colonies. 

This State is bounded on the north by Maryland, Pennsylvania, and 
Ohio; south by North Carolina and Tennessee; east by Maryland and the 
Atlantic Ocean, and on the west by Kentucky and Ohio. Extent from north 
to south, 220 miles; from east to west, oTO miles. Area, about 64,000 
square miles, or 40,960,000 acres. 

The principal rivers are the Potomac, Sb.cnandoah, James, Rappahan- 
nock, Mattapony, Pamun!<y, York, Rivannah, Appomattox, Elizabeth, Not- 
toway, Meherrin, Staunton, Ohio, Sandy, Great Kanawha, Little Kanawha, 
and the Monongahela, and its principal branches. The Alleghany range 
of mountains, with its numerous ridges, covers the whole middle section of 
this State, and gives it a rugged surface. The country east of the moun- 
tains descends gradually to the flat and sandy alluvion of the coast. The 
district west of the mountains is hilly. The soil varies greatly, being sandy 
and sterile on the coast, very fertile on the banks of rivers, and productive 
in the valleys of the Alleghanies. The climate is equally varied, being hot, 
moist, and unhealthy in the lower alluvial country, and cool and salubrious 
among the mountains. To the productions common to the northern and 
middle sections of the Union, this State adds the sweet potato, the finest 
I tobacco, and in the southern parts cotton as a crop. The productions of 

W2 



258 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



the north and the south, apples and wheat, cotton and tobacco, meet here 
as in Tennessee in the western country. The temperature, soil, and cir- 
cumstances are supposed to be favorable in the highest degree to the culti- 
vation of the grape and the silk mulberry. The principal minerals found 
are iron, coal, limestone, and also some copper and black lead. Gold has 
been lately found in considerable quantities. The belt of country in which 
this metal exists, extends through Spottsylvania, and some neighboring 
counties, in a south-west direction, into North and South Carolina, Georgia, 
and Alabama. In this State the gold is diffused over large surfaces, and 
has not been found sufficiently in mass, except in a few places, to make 
mining profitable. The United States' Mining Company in Spottsylvania 
county, about 10 miles above Fredericksburg, are at present working mines 
which promise to yield a handsome remuneration. The gold is here found 
embedded in quartz, containing from ten to forty per cent, in weight of 
native metal, and so pure as to rise as high as twenty -three to twenty-three 
and a half carats. 

The number of cotton manufactories in 1832 was seven, with an aggre- 
gate capital of $290,000, making annually 675,000 yards of cloth. 

This State has a Bank Capital of $5,607,000, and a Literary Fund of 
81,233,523; $45,000 of which is annually appropriated to the education 
of the poor. There is also a fund devoted to internal improvements, of 
82,100,591 ; the whole capital employed in which is about 3^ millions. 
The amount of imports in 1831 was $488,522 ; exports, $4,150,475; of 
which $4,149,986 was domestic, and $489 foreign produce. 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties. 



i\ccoinack, . . . . 
Albemarle,. . . . 
Allcg-Jiany, . . . . 

Amelia, 

Amherst, 

Auj^usta, 

Bath, 

Bedford, 

Berkeley, 

Bottetourt, . . . . 

Brooke, 

Brunswick, . . . 
Buckingham,. . 

Cabell, 

Cam))bell, 

Caroline, 

Charles City, . . 

Ciiarlotte, 

Chesterfield,... 

Ciil[)ef)cr, 

Cumberland, . . 
ninwiddic, . . . . 
Elizabeth City, 

Essex, 

Fairfax, 

Fauquier, 

Fluvanna, 

Franklin, 

Frederick, . . . . 



16,656 
22,618 

2,816 
11,036 
12,071 
19,926 

4,002 
20,246 
10,518 
16,354 

7,041 
15,767 
18.351 

5,884 
20,350 
17,760 

5,500 
1.5,2.52 
18,637 
24,027 
11,6!)0 
21,901 

5,053 
10,521 

9,20.J 
26,086 

8,221 
14,911 
25,046 



Count)' Towns. 


Counties. 


Drummond T. 


Giles, 


Charlottesville. 


Gloucester, .... 


Covington. 


Goochland, .... 


Amelia, C. H. 


Grayson, 


Amherst, C. H. 


Greenbrier, . . . 


Staunton. 


Greensville, . . . 


Warm Springs. 


Halifax, 


Liberty. 


Hampshire, . . . 


Martinsburg. 


Hanover, 


Fincastle. 


Hardy, 


Wellsburg. 


Harrison, 


Lavvrenceville. 


Henrico, 


Mavsville. 


Henry, 


Barboursvillc. 


Isle of Wight, . 


Campbell, C. II. 


James City, . . . 


Bowling Green. 


Jeflerson, 


Charles City ,c.n. 


Kanawha, .... 


Marysville. 


King and Queen 


Chesterfield,c.n. 


King (Jenrge,. . 


Fairfax. 


King William, . 


Cumberl'd, C.H. 


Lancaster, .... 


Dinwiddie,C.H. 
Hampton. 


Lee, 


Lewis, 


Tappahannock. 


Loff'in, 


Fairfax, C. H. 


Loudon, 


\Varrcnton. 


Louisa, 


Palmyra. 


r-tnienburg, . . . 


Rocky Mount. 


Madison, 


Winchester. 


Mason, 



Population 



5,274 

10,608 

10,369 

7,675 

9,006 

7,117 

28,034 

11,279 

16,253 

6,798 

14,722 

28,797 

7,100 

10,517 

3,838 

12,927 

9,326 

11,644 

6,397 

9,812 

4,801 

6,461 

6,241 

3,680 

21,939 

16,151 

11,957 

9,236 

6,53-1 



County Towns. 



Parisburg. 

Gloucester, C.H. 

Goochland, C.H. 

Greensville. 

Lewisburg. 

Hicksford. 

Halifax, C.H. 

Romney. 

Hanover, C.H. 

Moorfields. 

Clarksburg. 

RICHMOND C. 

Martinsville. 

I.ofWight,C.H. 

Williamsburg. 

Charleston. 

Charleston. 

King&aueen.CH 

King George, CH 

KinaWilliniii.CH 

Lancaster, C.H. 

Jonesville. 

Weston. 

Logan, C. H. 

Leesburg. 

Louisa, C. H. 

Lcwistown. 

Madison. 

Point Pleasant. 



VIRGINIA. 



2.59 



Matthews, . . . . 
Mecklenburg, . 
Middlesex, . . . . 
Monongalia,. . . 

Monroe, 

Montgomery, . . 

Morgan, 

Nansemond,. . . 
New Kent, .... 

Nicholas, 

Norfolk, 

Northampton, . 
Northumberl'nd 
Nottoway, .... 

Nelson, 

Ohio, 

Orange, 

Patrick, 

Pendleton, . . . . 
Pittsylvania, . . 
Pocahontas, . . . 
Powhatan, . . . . 

Preston, 

Prince Edward, 
Prince George, 



T,664 

20,477 

4,122 

14,056 

7,798 

12,306 

2,694 

11,784 

6,458 

3,346 

24,806 

8,641 

7,953 

10,130 

11,254 

15,584 

14,637 

7,395 

6,271 

26,034 

2,542 

8,517 

5,144 

14,107 

8,367 



Mattliews, C. H. 

Boydton. 

Urbanna. 

Morgan town. 

Union. 

Christiansburg. 

Bath. 

Suffolk. 

New Kent, C.H. 

.Sunimersville. 

Portsmouth. 

Eastville. 

Hcathsville. 

Nottoway, C.H. 

Lovington. 

Wheeling. 

Orange, C. H. 

Taylorsville. 

Franklin. 

Competition. 

Huntersville. 

Scottsville. 

Kingwood. 

Pr.Edward,C.H 

Pr. Georgc,C.H. 



Princess Anne, 
Prince William, 

Randolph, 

Richmond, .... 
Rockbridge, . . . 
Rockingham, . . 

Russell, 

Scott, 

Shenandoah, . . 
Southampton, . 
Spottsylvania, . 

Stafford, 

Surry, 

Sussex, 

Tazewell, 

Tyler, 

Warwick, 

Washington, . . 
Westmoreland, 

Wood, 

Wythe, 

York, 



Total in 1830, 



9,102 

9,330 

5,000 

6,055 

14,244 

20,683 

6,714 

5,724 

11,423 

16,074 

15,134 

9,362 

7,109 

12,720 

5,749 

4,104 

1,570 

15,614 

8,396 

6,429 

12,163 

5,354 



1,211,375 



Princess Anne, CH 

Brentsville. 

Beverly. 

Richmond, C.H. 

Lexington. 

Harrisonburg. 

Lebanon. 

Estillvillc. 

Woodstock. 

Jerusalem. 

Fredericksburg. 

Stafford, C. H. 

Surry, C.H. 

Sussex, C. H. 

Jeffersonville. 

Middlebourne. 

Warwick, C. H. 

Abington. 

Westinorcl'd,c.ii 

Parkersburg. 

Evansham. 

Yorktown. 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 
In 1642, 20,000; in 1660, 30,000; in 1703, 60,606; in 1749, 85,000; in 1763, 
170,000; viz: about 70,000 whites, and 100,000 negroes. 

INCREASE. 



In 1790 747,610, 

1800, 880,200 

1810 974,622 

1820, 1,065,366 

1830, 1,211,375 



From 1790 to 1800, 132,590 

1800 to 1810, 94,422 

1810 to 1820, 90,744 

1820 to 1830, 146,009 



SLAVES. 

292,627 
346,968 
392,518 
425,153 
469,724 



INCREASE. 

54,341 
45,550 
32,635 
44,571 



Of Ihe above population, tliero were, white Males, 347,887; wliite Female?. 340 3?3; deaf and 
dumb, 4-S; blind, 230; aliens, 513: total whites. 094,270. Free colored, 47,348; Slaves, 409,757; 
colored deaf and dumb, 1^2; blind, 445: total colored, 517.105. 

Counties organized since the census of 1830: Fayette, Floyd, Jackson, Smyth, Page, and Rappa- 
h3.niioclc 

INTERNAL DIPROVEMENTS. 

CANALS. 

Dismal Swojnp Canal connects the Chesapeake Bay with Albemarle 
Sound. It passes over the Dismal Swamp from Elizabeth to Pasquotank 
river; length, 2.3 miles ; rises only 16? feet above the level of the Atlantic; 
it is 40 feet wide at the surface, and has a depth of 6^ feet. It receives 
the waters of a feeder frotn Lake Drummond of 4| feet depth and .5 miles 
in length. This work has co.st directly or indirectly about 8800,000. 

James and Jackson River Canal and Navigation. — James river admits 
vessels of 12.5 tons to Rockett's, the port of Richmond. At that city com- 
mence the falls or rapids, to pass which a series of short canals have been 
constructed. The Richmond canal enters a basin in the western side of 
the city ; it is 2.5 feet wide, and 3 deep, extends 2^ miles to where it enters 
the river; there are 12 locks, and the fall is 80 feet. Three miles above 
the first is a second short canal, with three locks overcoming 34 feet fall. 
These canals and locks, with other slight improvements, opened a naviga- 
tion at all seasons of 12 inches water to Lynchburg. The James River 
Company in 182.5, Dec. lOlh, declared a canal navigation complete to the 
head of the falls, called Maiden's Adventure Goochland County, 30i 



260 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



miles above Richmond. Width of canal, 40 feet; depth of water, 3i feet; 
fall overcome, I4O2 feet, and cost ^6-23,295. There is also a canal on 
James river, around Irish falls, 7 miles in length, and 96 feet lockage. Cost, 
.$340,000. The above works may be considered as the commencement of 
a series of improvements for the purpose of connecting the waters of James 
river with those of the Great Kanawha, and when completed will afford the 
shortest and most direct line of communication from the Ohio river to the At- 
lantic Ocean. To improve the channels of the Roanoke and its confluents, 
companies have been formed in both North Carolina and Virginia. Sloops 
ascend the Roanoke to Weldon, above Halifax, and the Chowan to Winton. 
By a report of the Virginia Roanoke Company, Dec. 1828, it appeared that 
the improvements had been such as to admit steamboat navigation to Salem, 
in Bottetourt county, west of the Blue Ridge, overcoming upwards of 900 
feet fall in 244 miles, following the river channel. Danville navigation was 
also (1828) so greatly improved, as to admit, by a mixed series of locks, 
sluices, and side-cuts, a regular navigation into Rockingham county, N. C. 
at the village of Leaksville, 152 miles, following the bends of the river. 

RAIL-ROADS. 

The Petersburg and Roanoke Rail-road commences at Petersburg, and 
extends 60 miles a little west of south to Weldon, in North Carolina, and 
to the foot of the falls in Roanoke river. The line is very direct, gradua- 
tion in no place exceeding 30 feet per mile. This road being in the direct 
line of the principal southern travelling, will no doubt become a most im- 
portant link of communication, and derive great emolument from the trans- 
portation of travellers and merchandise. 

The Manchester Rail-road extends from Manchester (opposite to Rich- 
mond) nearly a due west course to the coal mines. Single track, length 13 
miles. 

The Portsmouth and Roanoke Rail-road is to extend from Portsmouth 
(opposite to Norfolk) to Weldon, N. C. ; length, about 80 miles. The fol- 
lowing Rail-roads are projected, and some of them will probably be com- 
menced shortly : From Richmond to the Potomac river, at or near the mouth 
of Potomac creek, a distance of about 65 miles. From Harper's Ferry to 
Winchester, 27 miles ; from Richmond to Lynchburg ; from Lynchburg to 
Knoxville ; and from Lynchburg to New River. 

PIlI2^CIPi»LL STJLGE ROUTES. 



1. From Washing- 
ton City to Viar- 
1 renton, N. C. 
To Alexandria, . . 

Occoquan, 

DuiTiirics, 

Acqiiia, 

Staffonl, C.H.... 

Falmouth, 

Fredericksburg,. . 

Vielleboro', 

Bowling Green,. . 
Hanover, C.H.. . . 
RICHMOND,.. 
Petcrsburjf, .... 
Ritchiesville, ... 



Miles 

7 

16 
9 

10 

4 

9 

1 

14 

9 

23 

20 

22 

20 



Miles. 

23 

32 

42 

46 

5.5 

56 

70 

79 

102 

122 

144 

164 



Harrisvillc, . . 
Lawrenceville, 
filiolsonvillc, . 
White Plains,. 
Monroe, N. C. 
IWarrenton, . . 



2. From Washing- 
ton City to Mil- 

\ ton,N.C. 

To Frcdcricks- 
biirjr, asin No. 1 

Potticsvillc, .... 

Gardner's ■^. Roads 

Tliniiip^on's y, Rnails 

iCartcrsvillo, . . 



4 


168: 


23 


19ll 


6 


197} 


8 


205 


9 


214] 


15 


229 


56 




32 


88 


9 


97I 


21 


118 


7 


125 



Cumberland, C.H. 

Ca Ira, 

Farmville, 

Pr. Edward, C.H. 

Marysville, 

Halifax, C.H.... 
Milton, N.C 



3. From Washing- 
ton City to Lynch- 
burg, Vd. 
To Alexandria, . . 
Fairfax, C. H.. . . 

Ccntreville, 

New Baltimore,. . 
Warrenton, 



20 
5 

15 
5 

18 
30 
24 



7 
14 

7 
17 

6 



145 

150 
165 
170 

188 
218 
242 



21 

28 
45 
51 



VIRGINIA. 



261 



Jefferson, 10 

Fairfax, 15 

Orange, C. H. . . . 17 

Barboursville, ... 13 

Charlottesville,... 18 

Coveville, 18 

Lomngston, 15 

New Glasgow,. . . • 20 

Amherst, C.H. .. 3 

Lynchburg, 18 



4. From Washing- 
ton City to Win- 
chester, Va. 

To Georgetown, . 

Prospect Hill, . . . 

Leesburg, 

Snickersville,. . . . 

Battletown, 

Winchester, 



b. From Washing- 
ton to Harper^s 
Ferry, Va. 

To Leesburg 31 

Waterford, 7 

Hillsboro' 5 

Harper's Ferry, . 9 

6. From Richmond 
to Blountsville, 
Ten. 
To Flukes, as in 

No. 10, 163 

Big Lick, 10 

Salem, 7 

Blountsville, as in 
No. 16, 152 

( . From Richmond 

to Norfolk. 

To Cross Roads, . 20 

New Kent, C.H. . 10 

Williamsburg,. . . 28 

Yorktown, 12 

Hampton, 22 

Norfolk, 22 

8. From Richmond 
to Tappahannock. 
To Hanover T. . . 18 
Brandywine, .... 5 

Dunkirk, 5 

Clarksvillc, 3 

Tappahannock, . . 19 

9. From Richmond 
to Harrisonburg. 

To :\IontpeIicr, . . 23 

Cuckooville, 23 

Louisa, C.H.. ... 8 

Newark, 6 

Gordons^•ille, .... 10 



1 




10 


11 


25 


36 


17 


53 


8 


61 


10 


71 



61 
76 
93 
106 
124 
142 
157 
177 
180 
198 



38 
43 
52 



173 

180 

332 



30 
58 
70 
92 
114 



23 

28 
31 
50 



46 
54 
60 
70 



Barboursville, . . . 
Stannardsville,. . . 
Magaughcy's T.,. 
Harrisonburg, . . . 



10. From Rich- 
mond to Catlets- 
burg. Ken., via 
Lynchburg, 

To Hallsboro',... 

Scottsville, 

Cumberland, C. H. 

Concord, 

Lynchburg, 

New London, . . . 

Liberty, 

Fluke's, 

Fincastle, 

Sweet Springs, . . 

White Sulphur Sp. 

Lewisburg, 

Clintonvjllc, 

Scwell's JMountain 

Gauley's Bridge, . 

Charleston, 

Coalsmouth, 

Barboursville, . . . 

Guyandotte, 

Catlettsburg, .... 



ll.FromRichmond 
to Catlettsburg, 
via Lovingston, 
Covington, Sfc. 

ToGoochland,C.H. 

Columbia, 

ScottsviUe, 

Warren, 

Warminster, .... 

Lovingston, 

Lexington, 

Collier T 

Covington, 

Callaghan's, 

White Sulphur Sp. 

Lewisburs, 

Catlettsburg, as in 
No. 10, 



12. From Rich- 
mond to Staunton. 
ToGoochland,C.H. 

Columbia, 

Wilmington, .... 
Charlottesville,. . . 

New York 

Waynesburg, . . . . 
Staunton, 



13. From Norfolk, 
Va., to Fayette- 
ville, N. C. 

To Portsmouth,. . 



6 
15 
22 
12 



17 
15 
25 
49 
14 
11 
15 
17 
13 
35 
11 
10 
10 
22 
28 
33 
15 
26 
8 
10 



28 

19 

20 

6 

9 

8 

40 

10 

33 

5 

16 
10 

152 



28 
19 
10 
24 
20 
8 
13 



76 

91 

113 

125 



32 
57 
106 
120 
1.31 
146 
163 
176 
211 
222 
232 
242 
264 
292 
325 
340 
366 
374 
384 



47 

67 

73 

82 

90 

130 

140 

173 

178 

194 

204 

356 



47 

57 

81 

101 

109 

122 



Sujolk 


''n 


26 


Somcrton, 


15 


41 


Winton, N.C. ... 


22 


63 


Ahosky Bridge, . . 


12 


75 


Rosemeath, 


32 


107 


Tarbord' 


20 


127 


Oak Grove, 


22 


14;) 


Stantonsburg, . . . 


6 


155 


Fayetteville, 


80 


235 


14. From Norfolk 






to Wilmington, N. 






C.,vvi Washington 






and Newhern. 






To Elizabeth City, 






as in No. 15, . . 


43 




By tlie Steam-boat 






down the Pas- 






quotank river to 






Wade's Point, . 


20 


63 


To the mouth of 






the Roanoke R. 


45 


108 


By land to Ply- 






mouth, 


8 


116 


Washington, 


35 


151 


Newbern, 


35 


186 


Trenton, 


20 


206 


South Washington 


56 


262 


Wilminglun, .... 


38 


300 


15. From Norfolk 






to Edenton, N. C. 






To Deep Creek,.. 


9 




New Lebanon,. . . 


22 


31 


Elizabeth City, . . 


12 


43 


Woodville, 


10 


53 


Hertford, 


10 


63 


Edenton, N.C... 


15 


78 


16. From Win- 






chester to Blounts- 






ville, Ten. 






To Stephensburg, 


9 




Strasburg, 


11 


20 


Woodstock, 


11 


31 


New Market, .... 


20 


51 


Harrisonburg, . . . 


18 


69 


Mount Crawford, 


8 


77 


Mount Sidney, . . . 


8 


85 


Staunton, 


10 


95 


Greenville, 


12 


107 


Fairfield, 


12 


119 


Lexington, 


11 


130 


Natural Bridge, . . 


15 


145 


Pattonsburg, .... 


10 


155 


Fincastle, 


12 


167 


Amsterdam, 


4 


171 


Salem, 


18 
27 


189 
216 


Christiansburg, . . 


Newbern, 


17 


233 


Evansham, 


28 


261 


Pleasant Hill, . . . 


15 


276 


Seven Mile Ford,. 


18 


294 



262 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



Abingdon, . . 
Blountsville, . 



23 
24 



17. From Win- 
Chester to Cum- 
berland, Md. 

To Pughtown,. . ■ 

Cacapon River, . . 

Springfield, 

Frankfort, 

Cumberland, Md. . 



18. From Nor- 
folk to Raleigh, 
N.C. 

To Portsmouth,. . 

Suffolk, 

Somerton, 

Winton, N.C 

Murfreesboro',. . . 

Jackson, 

Halifax, 

Enfield, 

Nashville, 

RALEIGH, .... 



19. From Staunton 
to Catlettsburg, 
Ken. 

Augusta Springs, 

Warm Springs,. . 

Hot Springs, .... 

While Sulphur Sp. 

Lewisburg, 



9 

16 
15 

6 
12 



1 

25 
15 
22 
12 
^21 
12 
12 
30 
44 



317 
341 



25 

40 
46 

58 



Catlettsburg, as in 
No. 10 



13 

40 

5 

32 

10 



26 

41 

63 

75 

96 

108 

120 

150 

194 



20. From Frede- 
ricksburg to Win- 
chester. 

To Falmouth, . . . 

Spottedville, 

Elk Ru.i Church, 

Warrenton, .... 

Salem, 

Paris, 

Millwood, 

Winchester, .... 



21. From Fairfax 
C. H. to Win- 
chester. 

To Aldie, 

Middleburg, 

Uppervillc, 

Paris, 

Millwood, 

Winchester, 



53 

58 

90 

100 



152 



1 

10 
8 
14 
18 
14 
7 
11 



20 
6 
8 
4 
7 

11 



252, 



Marietta, 37 



22. Fro7n Frede- 
ricksburg to Char- 
lottesville. 
To Orange, C.H.. 
Gordonsville, . . . . 
Charlottesville, . . , 



23. From Clarks- 
burg to Marietta 
To Lewisport, . . 
Pennsboro', | 12 



11 

19 
33 
51 
65 

72 
83 



24. From Lynch- 
burg to Dan- 
ville. 

To Campbell, C.H. 

Marysville, 

Competition, 

Danville, 



37 

8 
22 

29 



26 
34 
38 
45 
56 



25. From Lewis- 
burg to Neivbern, 
via Salt Sulphur 
Springs. 

To Union, 

Salt Sulphur Sp. 

Red Sulphur Sp. 

Peterstown, .... 

Parisburg, .... 

Newbern, 



12 
14 
26 
24 



45 

67 



41 



26. From Peters- 
burg to Norfolk. 
To Pr. George, C. H. 

Cabin Point, 

Surry, C.H. 

Smithfield, 

Norfolk, 



27. From Law- 
renceville to Hali- 
fax C. H. 

To Lombardy Grove, 

Boydton, 

Clarksville, 

Halifax, C.H. . . . 



19 
3 

13 
9 
6 

30 



7 
19 
13 
18 
35 



27 
23 
12 
33 



78 



26 
52 
76 



22 
35 

44 
50 
80 



26 
39 
57 

92 



50 
62 
95 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

In North Carolina, the first attempt by the English at colonization in 
America, was made. This country originally formed part of that exten- 
sive region which by the French was named Florida, and by the English 
Virginia, and included in the patent granted in 1584 to Sir Walter Raleigh, 
by Queen Elizabeth. Under the auspices of that nobleman, a small num- 
ber of adventurers were landed in 1586, who were probably cut off by 
the natives, as no trace of their existence could afterwards be obtained. 
Two or three other attempts were at different times made to establish colo- 
nies, which, however, proved abortive. About the year 1650, some emi- 
grants from Virginia made the first actual settlement of whites, and in 
1661, a second English colony from Massachusetts reached and settled, 
themselves on Cape Fear river. Afi;er many vexatious struggles, the 
infant colony obtained, in 1667, a representative government. But two 
years afterwards, it was thrown into confusion by an attempt to introduce 
the fanciful constitution, so famous under the name of Locke's scheme of; 
government. This wild project was soon abandoned, and like most of thC: 
other English colonies, the advance of Carolina was slow, and its history 
rendered horribly memorable, by a most destructive savage war in 1712. 
Previous to 1717, Carolina had been a proprietary government, but afterj 



NORTH CAROLINA. 263 I 



that period it was brought under the control of the crown, and so continued 
to the revolution, which separated the Carolinas, with the other American 
colonies, from Great Britain. In 1720 the colony of Carolina was found 
too unwieldy for convenient government, and was separated into two dis- 
tinct governments, under the relative names of North Carolina and South 
Carolina. In 1775, an insurrection took place of the inhabitants of the 
western counties, who styled themselves " Regulators," and com. plaining 
of oppressions practised in the administration of justice, professed a desire 
to regulate these matters by destroying the lawyers. With this charitable 
view, they organized themselves into a body of 1500 men, but Governor 
Tryon marched against them with a force of about 1000 militia, and totally 
defeated them ; three hundred were killed, and the rest sued for mercy. 
Soon after this period the contest with the mother country commenced, and 
although this colony had suffered perhaps less than any other from British 
misgovernment, the majority of the inhabitants joined heartily with their 
brethren of the other colonies, in opposition to the schemes of the ministry, 
and afterwards in the declaration of independence. During the war of the 
revolution. North Carolina was for a considerable time the theatre of hos- 
tilities, in which much blood was spilt, and where some of the most bril- 
liant achievements of the contest were performed. The battle of Moor's 
Creek bridge. King's Mountain, and Guilford Court-House, will remain in 
history imperishable memorials of the bravery and patriotism of its inhab- 
itants. Since the peace of 1783, her progress has been so tranquil as to 
afford but few materials for remark. North Carolina is bounded on the 
north by Virginia, east by the Atlantic Ocean, south by South Carolina, 
and west by Tennessee. Length 362 miles, and breadth 121 miles ; area, 
43,800 square miles, or 28,032,000 acres. The country, for more than 
60 miles from the coast, is a low plain, with many swamps and inlets from 
the sea. The greater portion of this district, except along the water- 
courses, is a vast forest of evergreens. The rich lands near the swamps 
and rivers are insalubrious. Having passed this monotonous region, we 
emerge to the pleasant and midland parts of the State, at the base of the 
AUeghanies, from whose summits the eye traverses an immense extent of 
beautiful country to the west, and vision is lost in the agreeable succession 
of hill, dale, forest, and valley, with an elastic and salubrious atmosphere. 
The soil of North Carolina resembles that of Virginia : in the level parts it 
is generally poor, in the hilly country more fertile, and the productions are 
much the same as in the more northern States. Wheat, rye, barley, oats, 
and flax, are cultivated ; Indian corn is abundant throughout the whole 
State, and cotton is raised in considerable quantities ; tobacco, rice, and 
sweet potatoes, abound, and the soil and climate are favorable to the growth 
of the grape and mulberry. From their pines, the people extract tar, 
pitch, and turpentine. 

The exports consist of cotton, tobacco, lumber in vast quantities, tar, 
pitch, turpentine, &c. &c. They amounted in 1831, to $341,140. This 
does not, however, present a fair estimate of exports, compared with that 
of the other States, as a large portion is shipped from Charleston. The 
gold mines of North Carolina have lately excited much interest, and with 
those of the other southern States, are becoming an object of national 
importance. The number of persons engaged in mining operations in the 
whole of the gold district, is estimated at upwards of 26,000 ; the weekly 



264 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



product of all the mines is supposed to be $100,000, or about 5 millions 
of dollars annually ; but a small proportion of this, however, is sent to the 
United States' mint, or remains in the country : the greater part is exported 
to Europe, particularly to Paris. In this State, the gold mines are princi- 
pally in the counties of Burke, Rutherford, Mecklenburg, Rowan, David- 
son, and Cabarras ; in almost any part of this district, gold may be found 
in greater or less abundance mixed with the soil. It exists .in grains or 
masses from almost imperceptible particles, to pieces of one or two pounds 
weight ; one of the largest lumps ever found, was dug up in Cabarras 

county it was worth between 7 and 8000 dollars. Lumps from the value 

of 1 or 200 to 1000 dollars, are not uncommon. There are innumerable 
dio-o-ings over the whole country, and a host of adventurers, relinquishhig 
alfother employments, are digging the hill-sides for gold. The opening 
of the mines indubitably proves that they were known in past ages ; cru- 
cibles and other mining instruments have been repeatedly discovered under 
circumstances to preclude the possibility of their having been left there by 
descendants of the European races. This region is believed to be more 
abundant in gold than any other on the globe. The inhabitants of this 
State, in general, have a marked character for sobriety and morahty, and 
a sturdiness of independence ; they are endeavoring to remedy past neglect 
of common schools, by fostering private seminaries and Sunday-schools. 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties. 



Anson, 

Ashe, 

Beaufort, . - . . 

Bertie, 

Bladen, 

Brunswick, . 
Buncombe, . . 

Burke, 

Cabarras, . . . 
Camden, .... 
Carteret,. . . . 
Caswell, .... 
Chatham, . . . 
Chowan, .... 
Columbus, . . 

Craven, 

Cumberland, 

Currituck, . . 

Davidson,. . . 

Duplin, 

EdfTccombc, 

Franklin, . . . 

Gates, 

Granville,. . . 

Greene, 

Guilford,. . . . 

Huiifa.v, . . . . 

Haywood,. . . 

Hertford, . . . 

Hyde, 

Iredell, 

Johnston, . . , 
I Jones, 



Population 



County Towns. 



14,09.5 
6,ri87 
10,969 
12,262 
7,811 
6,516 
16,281 
17,888 
8,810 
6,73.3 
6,.597 
1.5,185 
15,405 
6,697 
4,141 
13,7.34 
14,834 
7,655 
13,389 
11,291 
14,9.35 
10,665 
7,866 
19,355 
6,413 
18,7.37 
17,739 
4,578 
8,537 
6,184 
14,918 
10,938 
5,608 



Wadesborough 

Jefferson. 

Washington. 

Windsor. 

Elizabethtown. 

Smithville. 

Asheville. 

Morganton. 

Concord. 

Jonesborough. 

Beaufort. 

Yancy. 

Pittsborough. 

Edenton. 

Whitesville. 

Ncwbern. 

Fayetteville. 
Currituck, C-H. 

Lexington. 

Kenansville. 

Tarborough. 

Louisburg. 

Gates, C. H. 

O.xford. 

Snow Hill. 

Greensborough 

Halifax. 

Waynesville. 

Winton. 

Hyde, C. H. 

Statesville. 

Smithfield. 

Trenton. 



Counties. 



Lenoir, 

Lincoln, 

Macon, 

Martin, 

Mecklenburg, . 
Montgomery,. . 

Moore, 

Nash, 

New Hanover, . 
Northampton, , 

Onslow, 

Orange, , 

Pasquotank, • . 

Perquimans, . , 

Person, 

Pitt, 

Randolph, .... 

Richmond, ... 

Robeson, 

Rockingham,. . 

Rowan, 

Rutherford, . . 

Sampson, .... 

Stokes, 

Surry, 

Tyrrel, 

Wake, 

Warren, 

Washington, . 

Wayne, 

Wilkes, 



Population 



7,723 

22,455 

5,333 

8,539 

20,073 

10,919 

7,745 

8,490 

10,959 

13,391 

7,814 

23,908 

8,641 

7,419 

10,027 

12,093 

12,406 

9,396 

9,433 

12,935 

20,786 

17,.557 

11,634 

16,196 

14,504 

4,732 

20,398 

11,877 

4,552 

10,331 

11,968 



County Towns. 



Kingston. 

Lincolnton. 

Franklin. 

Willianlston. 

Charlotte. 

Lawrenceville. 

Carthage. 

Nashville. 

Wilmington. 

Jackson. 

Onslow, C. H. 

Hillsborough. 

Elizabeth City. 

Hertford. 

Roxborough. 

Greenville. 

Ashborough. 

Rockingham. 

Lumberton. 

Wentworth. 

Salisbury. 

Rutherfordton. 

Clinton. 

Salem. 

Rockford. 

Columbia. 

RALEIGH. 

Warrenton. 

Plymouth. 

Waynesboro'. 

Wilkesboro'. 



Total, ....I 738,470 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



2G5 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 
In 1701, 5,000; in 1749, 45,000 ; in 1763, 95,000. 



In 1790, 393,951 

1800, 478,103 

1810, 555,500 

1820, 638,829 

1830, 738,470 



INCREASE. 



From 1790 to 1800, 84,152 

1800 to 1810, 77,397 

1810 to 1820 83,329 

1820 to 1830 99,641 



SLAVES. INCREASE. 
100,571 



133,296 

168,824 
205,017 
245,601 



33,275 
35,528 
36,193 
40,584 



Of the above population of 18:!0, there were, white Males. 235,054 ; white Females, 23(),f-8il ; 
deaf and dumb, 'ZiO: blind, 2i3; aliens, 206: total whites, -172,^43. Free colored Males, 9,501; 
Females, 9,982: total, 19,543. Slaves— Males, 124,313; Females, 121,2^8: total, 245,601. 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 
CANALS. 

Dismal Sioamp Canal. (See Virginia.) 

The North-icest Canal connects North-west river (which empties into 
Currituck sound) with tlie Dismal Swamp Canal. Length, 6 miles ; width, 
24 feet ; depth of water, 4 feet. 

Weldon Canal, constructed by the Roanoke Navigation Company, 
extends around the falls of the Roanoke, near Weldon, in Halifax county. 
By this canal a communication is established with the valleys of the rivers 
Dan and Staunton. Length, 12 miles, in which distance the river falls 
100 feet. 

Chubfoot and Harlow Canal opens a communication for small craft, 
between Newborn and Beaufort. The average depth of water is four 
feet. 

Other canal companies, viz. the Cape Fear, the Yadkin, the Tar River, 
the New River, and the Catawba, have done much to improve the inland 
navigation of the State. 

RAIL-ROADS. 

Fayetteville Rail-road. — A company was incorporated in 1831, for the 
purpose of constructing a rail-road from Fayetteville to Cape Fear river. 
Capital, 820,000. 

Cape Fear and Yadkin Rail-road. — Company incorporated in 1832. 
Capital, 82,000,000, to be divided into shares of 8100 each. This rail- 
road is to commence at Wilmington, and extend to the Yadkin river, by the 
way of Fayetteville ; thence by the way of Salisbury to Bcatty's Ford, or 
to such other point of junction on the Catawba river, as may be found 
practicable. Distance from 230 to 250 miles. The work must be com- 
menced within three years, and completed within thirteen, under penalty 
of forfeiture of the charter. The State has reserved to itself the right of 
connecting with this, other rail-roads, leading to any other part or parts of 
the State. 

Central Rail-road. — Company incorporated in 1832. Capital, two mil- 
lions of dollars. This rail-road, like that above described, is intended to 
connect the western part of the State with the sea-board. 

The Petersburg Rail-road is to extend into this State to Weldon. The 
Portsmouth and Roanoke Rail-road is to connect Norfolk, Virginia, and 
Weldon. (See Virginia.) 



266 


GENERAL VIEW OF 






FRIITCIFillj STil.Gi; ROUTES. 




1. From Warren- 






Hiintsville, 


'^0 


135 


11. From Raleigh 








ton to Cheraw, 






iHamptonville, . . . 


i8 


153 


to Newbern. 








S. C. 


Miles 


Miles. 


Wilkeshoro\ 


24 


177 


To Smithfield, . . . 


27 






To Lottishurg,. . . 


27 




Jefferson, 


2> 


205 


Waynesboro'', .... 


24 


51 




RALEIGH, .... 


30 


57 


Shown's X Roads, 


27 


232 


Springhill, 


18 


69 




Averasboro', .... 


36 


93 








Kingston, 


11 


80 




Fayetteville, 


25 


118 








Cox's bridge, .... 


12 


92 




Randallsville,. . . . 


25 


143 


6. From Saleyn to 






Newbern, 


28 


, 120 




Laurel Hill, 


14 


157 


Greenville, S.C. 














BriffJitsville, 


13 


170 


Huntsville, 


20 












Cheraw, 


14 


184 


Statesville, 

Hokesville, 


33 
14 


53 

67 


12. From Tarboro' 
to Newbern. 














Moriranton, 


39 


106 


To Sparta, 


9 






2. From Warren- 






iBrindletown, . . . . 


13 


119 


Greenville, 


17 


26 




ton to Marion, 






Rutherfordton, . . . 


18 


137 


Washington, .... 


24 


50 




C.H. 






Gowansville, S. C. 


37 


174 


Newbern, 


35 


85 




To Loiiishur^,. . . 


27 




Greenville, S. C. . 


22 


196 










RALEIGH, .... 


30 


57 
















Averasboro', .... 


36 


93 








13. From Mur- 








Fayetteville, 


25 


118 


7. Froin Cheraw to 






freesboro' to Dan- 








Lumberton, 


33 


151 


Shown's i>< Roads, 






ville, Va. 








Leesville, 


10 


161 


S. C. 






To Jackson, 


21 






Marion, C.H. . . 


33 


194 


Sneedsboro', N. C. 


10 




Halifax, 


12 


33 










Morven, 


5 


15 


Littleton, 


23 


56 










Wadeshoro', 


8 


23 


Warrenton, 


14 


70 




3. From Milton to 






Salisbury, 


59 


82 


Williamsboro', . . 


18 


88 




Yorl<ville,S.C. 
To Yancy, 


13 




Statesville, 

Wilkcshoro\ 


28 
30 


110 
140 


Oxford, 


10 
25 


98 
123 




Roxlioro', 




Lenox Castle, . . . 


16 


29 


Jefferson, 


28 


16^ 


Williamsville, . . . 


11 


134 




Greensboro', 


25 


54 


Shown's ^ Roads, 


27 


195 


i Leesburg, 


8 


142 




Salem, 


28 
21 


82 
103 


8. From Fayette- 






\IJlton 


10 
10 


152 
162 




Lexingrton, 


Danville, 




Salisbury, 


ly 


121 


ville to Lincoln- 














China Grove, 


10 


131 


ton. 






14. From Char- 








Concord, 


13 


144 


Graliam's Bridge, 


43 




lotte to Camden. 








Charlotte 


18 


162 


Rockingham, .... 


19 


62 


Belle Air, S. C. . . 


22 






Yorkville,S.C.... 


35 


197 


Wadeshora', 


21 


83 


Lancaster, C.H. . 


18 


40 










Lanesboro', 


12 


95 


Flat Rock 


16 


56 




4. From Raleigh 






Charlotte, 


38 


133 


Ca?nden, 


24 


80 




to Asheville. 






Huntersville, .... 


12 


145 










To Pittsboro\ . . . 


33 




Lincolnton, 


20 


165 


15. From Fayeffe- 








Ashhoro\ 


39 


72 








ville to Wilmin>r- 








Salisbury, 


46 


118 


9. Fro7n Salisbury 






ton. 








Miranda, 


10 


128 


to Asheville. 






To Elizabethtoirn. 








Blount Mourne, . . 


17 


145 


To Statesville, . . . 


28 




Wilmington, .... 


42 


80 




Beattic's Ford,... 


8 


153 


Hokesville, 


24 


52 










Lincolnton, 


16 


169 


Morganton, 


39 


91 


16. From Char- 








' Wilsonville 


13 


182 


Pleasant Garden, . 


24 


115 


lotte to Wilkesboro\ 








Riithfrfordton,. . . 


41 


223 


Asheville, 


36 


151 


To Alexandriana, 


13 






^lurraysville, 


41 


264 








Mount IMourne, . . 


13 


26 




-Isheville, ..,#... 


15 


279 


10. From Neic- 






Statesville, 


20 


46 










bern to Smith- 






Wilkesboro', 


33 


79 




5. From Raleigh 






ville, via Wil- 














to Shown''s Cross 




1 


min<rton. 






17. From Raleigh 








Roads. 






To Trcntbridge, . 


13 




to Oxford. 








To Chapel Hill, .. 


2b 


1 


Swansboro', 


25 


38 


To Wake Forest, 


14 






Hilhboro\ 


13 


41' 


Onslow, C.H. ... 


25 


63 


Lemay's ^ Roads 
Wilton 


13 


27 




Mason Hall, 


!» 


.W- 


Wilminsrton, .... 


55 


118 


6 


33 




Greensboro', 


35 


85 Ortcii 


21 


139 


Pattonsville, 


5 


38 




Salrm, 


3(1 


] 15 S'mi/hville, 


8 


147l 


Oxford, 


9 


47 





SOUTH CAROLINA. ^61 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Nearly two centuries elapsed from the discovery of the coast of Caro- 
lina, before any permanent settlement was effected. The germ of the 
population of South Carolina, was first planted at or near Port Royal, in 
1670, by a few emigrants from England, under the direction of Wm. 
Sayle, the first governor of the province. Dissatisfied with the situation, 
they removed in 1671 to the western bank of the Ashley river, and there 
laid the foundation of Charleston. The site was injudiciously chosen, for 
it could not be approached by large vessels, and it was in consequence 
abandoned. A second removal took place to Oyster Point, a spot at the 
confluence of the Ashley and Cooper rivers, where the foundation of 
Charleston was laid. 

In 1662, Charles II. granted the whole of what is now both Carolinas 
to Lord Clarendon and others, which, with Locke's imperfect plan of govern- 
ment, retarded the settlement of the country until 1720, when the two 
Carolinas wei-e definitely separated. Amid political contests, a most salu- 
tary addition to the products of the soil was made by the introduction of 
rice, in 1695. Indigo and cotton were subsequently introduced, and laid 
the foundation of the wealth and independence of South Carolina. Though 
her frontier felt the frequent and severe wounds inflicted by savage warfare, 
her advancement in population and prosperity was steady until the war 
of the revolution. In that contest South Carolina was an illustrious actor 
and sufferer: on her soil, several general actions of great importance to the 
public cause were fought, and much individual bravery and patriotism was 
exhibited. The battle of the Cowpens, and Eutaw Springs, may vie with 
any in the revolutionary contest, for the skill and courage of the troops, 
while the names of Marion, Sumter, and Lee, will occupy a prominent 
place in the history of their country. The distinguishing virtues of the 
Carolinians are hospitality to strangers, and charity to the indigent and 
distressed. The planters, who in general have large incomes, live in a 
luxurious and splendid style, devoting much of their time to the pursuit of 
pleasure, and possessing much of that pride and dignity of spirit, which 
characterize an independent country gentleman. This State is bounded on 
the north and north-east by North Carolina, south-cast by the Atlantic 
Ocean, and south-west by Georgia, from which it is separated by the Sa- 
vannah river; it is in length 188 miles, by 160 in breadth, the area being 
about 30,000 square miles, or 19,251,200 acres. The principal rivers are 
the Waccamaw, Pedee, Black river, Santee, Cooper, Ashley, Stono, Edisto, 
Ashapoo, Combahee, Coosaw, Broad, and Savannah. 

The sea-coast is bordered with a fine chain of islands, between which 
and the shore, there is a very convenient navigation. The main land is 
by nature divided into the lower and upper country. The low country 
extends 80 or 100 miles from the coast, and is covered with extensive 
forests of pitch-pine, called pine barrens, interspersed with swamps and 
marshes of a rich soil : beyond this is the sand-hill region, 60 miles in 
width, the sterile hills of which have been compared to the arrested waves 
of the sea in a storm. To this distance the broad extent of country is 
denominated the lower country ; beyond it we approach the ridge or upper 
country, the Atlantic ascent of which is precipitous. From the summit 
sti-etches a fine belt of table-land, fertile and. well cultivated, water-ed by 



268 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



rivers, and irrigated by smaller streams, extending from the Savannah to 
Broad river. The country beyond the ridge, resembles in its scenery the 
most interesting of the northern States. The traveller is gratified by the 
pleasant alternation of hill and dale, the lively verdure of the hills is con- 
trasted with the deeper tints of the extensive forests which decorate their 
sides, and in the valleys broad rivers roll their streams through the varied 
beauties of luxuriant and cultivated fields. The ascent hence to the moun- 
tains is gradual and imperceptible. A number of mountains of striking 
forms, here swell with their peaks to a very considerable elevation. Table 
Mountain is the most conspicuous ; its summit is supposed to be 4000 feet 
above the level of the sea. 

The planters divide their soil into several classes, ■with distinctive names ; 
as the tide swamp, which yields a sea-island cotton, of nearly double the 
value of the upland kinds ; inland swamp, river swamp, oak and hickory 
land, and pine barren. The oak and hickory land is favorable to indigo 
and cotton. The pine barren, though the least fertile of all, is overhung 
by an atmosphere so much more salubrious, that much of it is cultivated ; 
and a sufficient portion for the planter to erect his habitation upon, is 
deemed an important appendage to every swamp plantation. So various 
is the climate, that the plants of Canada may be found on its mountains, 
and on its southern declivities the harder tropical fruits. 

The staple commodities of this State are cotton and rice, of which great 
quantities are annually exported. These articles have so engrossed the 
attention of the planters, thzct the culture of wheat, barley, oats, and other 
crops equally useful, but less profitable, have been almost wholly neglected. 
So little wheat is raised throughout the State, that considerable quantities 
are annually imported. Cotton was not raised to any considerable amount 
till as late as 1795. Before that period, indigo was, next to rice, the most 
important article of produce ; but it is now neglected. Tobacco thrives 
well. The exports in 1831 amounted to $6,575,201, and the imports to 
$1,238,163. The fruits which flourish best are pears, pomegranates, and 
water-melons ; the latter, in particular, grow to an enormous size, and are 
superior perhaps to any in the world. The other fruits are figs, apricots, 
nectarines, apples, peaches, olives, almonds, and oranges. 

The low country is infested with many of the diseases which spring 
from a warm, moist, and unelastic atmosphere. Of these, the most fre- 
quent are fevers, from which the inhabitants suffer more than from any, or 
perhaps from all other diseases together. The districts of the upper coun- 
try enjoy as salubrious a climate as any part of the United States. Dur- 
ing the most unhcalthful period of the year, it is customary for the wealthy 
South Carolinians to seek relaxation in a tour through the northern States, 
or m a sojourn at some of the watering places in the upland country. 

The region in which gold is found extends through this State. Although 
the mines are abundant, the diggings have been less numerous than in North 
Carolina. Various ochres, used in painting, are found near Yorkville. 
Marble, limestone, iron and lead ore, potters' clay, fullers' earth, nitrous 
earth, talc, and most of the useful fbssils, are common. The principal 
literary institutions of this State are the College of South Carolina, at 
Columbia, and Charleston College, in Charleston. The legislature makes 
an annual appropriation of about $40,000 for the support of free schools, 
of which there were in 1828, 840, with 9,036 scholars. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



2G9 



POPULATION OF DISTRICTS. 



Districts. 



Abbeville,. . . 
Anderson, . . 
Barnwell, . . . 
Beaufort, . . . 
Charleston,. . 
Chester, . . . . 
Chesterfield, 
Colleton, . . . . 
Darlinf^ton, . 
Edgefield, . . . 
Fairfield, . . . 
Georgetown, 
Greenville, . . 

Horry, 

Kershaw, . . . 
Lancaster, . . 



Population Seats of Justice. 



28,149 
17,169 
19,236 
37,032 
86,338 
17,182 

8,472 
27,256 
13,728 
30,.509 
21,546 
19,943 
16,476 

5,245 
13,.545 
10,361 



Abbeville. 
Anderson, C. H. 
Barnwell, C. H. 
Coosawhatchie. 
Charleston. 
Chesterville. 
Chesterfield, CH 
Walterboro'. 
Darlington,C.H. 
Edgefield, C. H. 
Winnsborough. 
; Georgetown. 
. Greenville, C.H. 
' Conway boro'. 
Camden. 
iLancastcr, C. H. 



Districts. 



Laurens, 

Lexington,. .. . 

j Marion, 

[Marlborough,. . 
'Newberry, . . . . 
Orangeburg, . . 

jPickens, 

Richland, 

>partanburg, . . 

'Sumter, 

i Union, 

[Williamsburg, . 
lYork, 



Total in 1830, 



Population 



20,263 

9,065 

11,008 

8,582 

17,441 

18,453 

14,473 

14,772 

21,150 

28,277 

17,906 

9,018 

17,790 



581,458 



Seats of Justice. 



LaurcnsvUle. 
Lexington, C.H. 
Marion, C. H. 
Marlboro', C. H. 
Newberry, C. H. 
Orangeburg,CH 
Pickens, C.H. 
COLUMBIA. 
Spartanburg. 
Sumtervillc. 
Unionville. 
Kingstree. 
YorkviUe. 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 

In 1701, 7,000; in 1749, 30,000; in 1750, 64,000; in 1765, 40,000 whites, and 
90,000 colored. 

INCREASE. 



In 1790, 249,073 

1800, 345,.591 

1810, 41.5,115 

1820 502,741 

18.30, 581,458 



From 1790 to 1800, 96,518 

1800 to 1810, 69,524 

1810 to 1820, 86,626 

1820 to 1830 78,717 



SL.WES. 

107,094 
146,151 
196,365 
258,475 
315,365 



I.\CRE.\SE. 

39,057 
50,214 
62,110 
56,890 



Of the above population of 1830, there were, white M.iles. 130,.590; white Females, 127,273; 
deaf ami dumb, 174; blind, 10-2; aliens, 48!) : total whites, 257.t'7r*. Free colored Males. .3.1)72; Fe- 
males, 4,249: total, 7,921. Slaves— Males, 165,025; Females, 160,040: total slaves, 315,305. 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 

CANALS. 

Santee Canal. — This canal was completed in 1802. Length 22 miles, 
extending from the Santee to Cooper's river. Width at the surface of the 
water, 32 feet, at bottom, 20 ; depth 4 feet. From the Santee, the ground 
rises 35 feet to the summit-level, which is overcome by 4 locks. Towards 
Cooper's river the descent is 68 feet, overcome by nine locks. The locks 
are 60 feet long by 10 wide. Cost 8650,667. This enterprise is said to 
have proved disastrous to tho.se engaged in it. By means of Dreln and 
LoricTc's Canals, Saluda and Broad rivers, and Saluda and Columbia 
Canals, navigation is continued from the Santee river to Columbia. 

Winyaxc Canal unites the Santee river with Winyaw bay. Length 10 
miles. 

kail-roads. 

The Charleston and Hamburg Rail-road, extending from the city of 
Charleston to Hamburg, on Savannah river, opposite to Augusta, is now- 
far advanced in its construction. The whole length of the rail-road, when 
completed, will be about 135 miles. It is expected that it will be entirely 
finished early in 1833 ; and there are now several locomotive cars employed 
upon it for the conveyance of passengers, and produce of various kinds. 
The mail, for Columbia, is conveyed on the rail-road, over the first 15 
miles from Charleston. The entire cost of its construction is estimated at 
$700,000. It is constructed of wood, with tracks of iron, and is intended 
for .steam locomotive engines. This rail-road was undertaken by the Sovth 



X2 



270 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



Carolina Canal and Rail-road Company, aided by the State. A second 
rail-road of about the same length, extendi^ig from Charleston to Columbia, 
is embraced among the objects of the company. 

FRINCIFiil. STAGE ROUTSS. 



1. From Marion, 
C. H., to Savan. 
nah, Geo. 

Godfrey's Ferry, . 

China Grove, .... 

Georgetown, 

Charleston, 

Jacksonborough, . 

Pocotaligo, 

Coosawhatchie, . . 

Savannah, 



2. From Cheraic 

to Augusta. 
To Camden, . . . 
COLUMBIA,.. 
Lexington, C. H. 

Leesville, 

Edgefield, C. H. 

Hamburg-, 

Augusta, Geo. 



3. From Yorkville 
to Petershurg,Gco 
To Blairsville, . . . 
Pinckneyville, . . . 

Vnionville, 

Cross Keys, 

Cross Anchor, . . . 
Laurensville,. . . . 

Waterloo, 

Abbeville, 

Petersburg, Geo. 



Miles 

20 
21 
23 
60 
34 
30 
6 
48 



56 
33 

12 

18 

28 

22 

1 



9 
11 
15 
13 

5 
15 
14 
24 
21 



Miles. 

41 

64 
124 
158 

188 
194 
242 



89 
101 
119 
147 
169 
170 



4. From Cheraw 

to Georgetown. 
To Society Hill,.. 
Burlington, C. H. 

Mars BlufF, 

Marion, C. H. 
Godfrey's Ferry, . 
China Grove, . . . . 
Georgetown, 



5. Froin Camden 

to Charleston. 
To Bradford Spr's 

Sumterville, 

Vance's Ferry, . . 
Charleston, 



6. From Colmnbia 

to Charleston. 
To Vance's Ferry, 
Charleston, .... 



7. From Jackson- 

' horo' to Augusta. 

jTo Walt£rhoro\. . 

Buford's Bridge, . 
20\,Barnwell,C.H.,.. 
35| Augusta, Geo.,. . . 
481 1 
53'! 



68 

82 



From Columbia 
to Asheville. 



106 To CountsviUe, . . 
127 Newberry, C.H., . 



13 
15 
21 
10 

20 
21 
23 



13 

17 
32 

58 



52 

58 



19 
36 

18 
40 



28 
17 



28 
49 
59 
79 
100 
123 



30 

62 

120 



110 



55 

73 

113 



Lau rensville, . . . 

Greenville, 

Merrittsville, . . . 
Flat Rock, N. C. 
Murraysville, . . . 
Asheville, 



9. From Columbia 
to Lincolnton,N.C 
To Winnsboro' . . . 
Chester, C.H. ... 
Brattonsville, .... 

Yorkville, 

Lincolnton, 



1 0. From Augusta, 
Geo., to Greemnlle. 
Calhoun's Mills, 

Abbeville, 

Varennes, 

Anderson, C.H. 

Pendleton, 

Pickensville, . . . 
Greenville, 



11. FromYorkville 
to Augusta, Geo. 
To Lau rensville, 
as in No. 3, . . . 
Chappell's Ferry, 
RichardsonviUe, . 
Edge field, C.H... 
Augusta, 



34 

38 
22 
13 
10 
15 



29 
28 
10 
11 
42 



54 

19 

22 

9 

13 
14 
15 



68 
26 
13 
17 
23 



79 
117 
1.39 
1.52 
162 
177 



57 
67 

78 
120 



73 

95' 
104 
117 
131 
146 i 



94 
107 
124 
147 



GEORGIA. 

Of the thirteen provinces which declared themselves independent in 1776, 
Georgia was the last settled. The country lying within its present bounda- 
ries, was, previous to the year 17.33, a wilderness, and though compre- 
hended within the charter of Carolina, had been claimed by Spliin as well 
as England. The sufferings of the English poor, from the existing state 
of trade and industry, led to the first attempt at settlement in Georgia. A 
company was formed for the purpose of assisting such as might be disposed 
to emigrate in search of means of subsistence. To this company George 
11. by patent, dated in 1732, granted the territory which in compliment to 
him was called Georgia. In November of that year, 160 persons em- 
harked under the direction of General James Oglethorpe, and arrived at 
Charleston in January 1733. In the following spring, the foundation of 
Savannah was laid. Here the settlement commenced, but from the injudi-| 
cious system of the trustees, and perhaps the character of the settlers them- 1 
selves, the advance of this colony was exceedingly slow. In 1752, the' 



GEORGIA. 271 



charter was surrendered by the trustees to the crown, and the same privi- 
leges and regulations with regard to trade and commerce, that prevailed in 
the other colonies, was extended to Georgia. A general Representative 
Assembly was established in 1755, and was, in 1763, followed by a cession 
of all the country, between the Alatahama and St. Mary's rivers. The 
latter grant was one of the meliorating consequences to Georgia, of the 
cession of Florida by Spain to Great Britain. From this epoch Georgia 
prospered, though vexed and retarded by Indian warfare. At the com- 
mencement of the American revolution, she was only in the infancy of her 
strength, and had just begun to enjoy some of the blessings of peace, and 
the advantages of a better sytem of government. Her inhabitants had never 
experienced the evils which the tyrannical administration of the Stuarts had 
inflicted on the elder provinces, and knew the operation of the royal gov- 
ernment only by its favorable contrast with that of the trustees. Notwith- 
standing these motives for continuing in connexion with Great Britain, the 
people of this province did not hesitate to take part with their northern 
brethren. In March, 1775, they appointed a delegate to Congress, and in 
July of the same year a convention of delegates assembled, by whom the 
sanction of the province was given to the measures of Congress. During 
the war which ensued, Georgia was overrun by the British troops, and the 
principal inhabitants were compelled to abandon their possessions, and fly 
into the neighboring States. In proportion to their numbers, the exertions 
and- losses of her citizens were as great as in any of the other States. 
Georgia, in the early period of her existence, was slow in her progress. 
She has latterly had, in many respects, an advance similar to those States 
and territories which have been formed since the revolutionary war ; and 
such is her progress at present, that in population and wealth she is rapidly 
gaining upon the more ancient of the Atlantic States. No one of the original 
colonies, Virginia alone excepted, ceded to the United States so much char- 
tered territory. By different conventions, the whole of the States of Ala- 
bama and Mississippi north of lat. 31°, or about 100,000 square miles, have 
been yielded to the general government. 

This State is bounded north by Tennessee and North Carolina, north- 
east by South Carolina, and south-east by the Atlantic Ocean, south by 
Florida, and west by Alabama. Length, 300 miles ; breadth, 200 ; area, 
5S,000 square miles, or 39,120,000 acres. The principal rivers of Georgia 
are the Savannah, (which forms the boundary between it and South Caro- 
lina,) Alatamaha, Ogeechee, Satilla, Ockmulgee, Oconee, St. Mary's, Flint, 
Chattahoochee, Tallapoosa, and Coosa. The coast of Georgia, for four or 
five miles inland, is a salt marsh, mostly uninhabited. In front of this, to- 
wards the sea, there is a chain of islands of a gray, rich soil, covered in 
their natural state with pine, hickory, and live-oak, and yielding on cultiva- 
tion the finest quality of sea-island cotton. The principal are Wassaw, 
Ossabaw, St. Catherine, Sapelo, St. Simon's, Jekyl, and Cumberland. Be- 
yond tlje swamps which line the coast, commences that extensive range of 
pine-barrens closely resembling those of South Carolina ; above this range 
the country begins to be pleasantly diversified by gentle undulations. This 
region is bounded on the west by the Blue-ridge, which here swell into ele- 
vations 1500 feet in height, which thence subside, and are lost in the sea. 
Beyond the mountains is an extensive and rich table-country, with a black 
soil of frreat fortiiitv. 



272 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



The great staple of this State is cotton, of both the black seed and sea- 
island kinds. Rice is the next principal p' oduct. Great extents of rice- 
swamps are sowed with this grain. Sugar-cane is cultivated on experiment, 
and indi<To is beginning to constitute a considerable item in the products. 
Silk and wine are also made on experiment. The fruits are melons, in the 
greatest perfection, figs, in abundance, oranges, pomegranates, olives, lem- 
ons, citrons, pears, peaches, and grapes. The exports, consisting chiefly 
of cotton, rice, deer-skins, and lumber, amounted, in 1831, to 83,959,813, 
and the imports to 8399,940. The minerals are iron ore, in great abun- 
dance, and also copper. The gold region extends in a broad belt through 
this State. The discoveries of this metal have been numerous and produc- 
tive in the late Cherokee country, on the head waters of the Chattahoochee, 
Coosa, and Tallapoosa rivers. 

The climate of Georgia differs but little from that of South Carolina. 
The low-country planters have their sickly season and summer retreats in 
the high pine woods. The districts central to the rice-swamps, in the Caro- 
linas and Georgia, are universally insalubrious. There are districts in this 
State that approach nearer to tropical temperature than any part of South 
Carolina, and better adapted to the sugar-cane, olive, and sweet orange. 
The hilly and western parts are as healthy as any in America. As an 
average of the tempei-ature, winter may be said to a^mmence in the middle 
of December, and terminate in the middle of February. The climate of 
the low country compares very nearly with that of Louisiana. 

This State has a Bank Capital of $6,882,349, and considerable funds for 
the support of academies and common schools. 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties. 



Appling-,... 
Baker, .... 
Baldwin,. . . 

Bibb, 

Bryan, .... 
Bullock, . . . 
Burke, .... 

Butts, 

Camden, . . . 
Campbell, . . 
Carroll,. . . . 
Chalham, . . 

Clarke 

Columbia,. . 
Coweta, . . . 
Crawford, . . 
Decatur,. . . 
DcKalb,... 

Dooly, 

Early 

Effingham,. 
Elbert, . . . 
Emmanuel, 
Fayette, . . . 
Franklin, . . 

Glynn, 

Greene,. . . . 
Gwinnett,. . 



Population 



1,468 

1,2.53 

7,295 

7,154 

3,L39 

2,587 

11,833 

4,944 

4,578 

3,323 

3,419 

14,127 

10,176 

12,606 

5,003 

5,313 

3,854 

10,042 

2,1.35 

2,051 

2,924 

12,354 

2,673 

5,504 

10,107 

4,567 

12,549 

1.3,289 



County Towns. 



Holmesville. 
Byron. 

mLLEDGEVILLE. 

;\Iacon. 

Bryan, C. H. 

Statesboro'. 

Waynesboro'. 

Jackson. 

.Tclfersonton. 

Campbell ton. 

Carrollton. 

Savannah. 

Watkinsvilje. 

Appling;villc. 

Newnan. 

Knoxvillc. 

Bainbridge. 

Decatur. 

Berrien. 

Blakcly. 

Spring-field. 

Elberton. 

Swainsboro'. 

Faj'ctteville. 

Carncsville. 

Brunswick. 

Greensboro'. 

Lawrenccville. 



Counties. 



Habersham, . . 

Hull, 

Hancock, . . . . . 

Harris, , 

Henry, 

]i Houston, .... 

Irwin, 

j Jackson, 

i.Tasper, 

Jefferson, .... 
I Jones, , 

Laurens, 

I^ee, 

Liberty, 

Lincoln, 

^i0^vndes, .... 
t.Madison, .... 
I Mcintosh, . . . 
|M;irion, 

Mcrriwcther, . 

Monroe, 

Montsromcry, . 

Morgan, 

Muscog-ec, . . . , 

Newton, 

Ogletliorpe, . . , 

Pike 

Pulaski 



Population 



County Towns. 



10,671 Clarksville. 
11,748 Gainesville. 
11,820 Sparta. 

5,005 Hamilton. 
10,566 McDonough. 

7,369 Perry. 

1,180 Irwinviile. 

9,004 Jefferson, 
13,131 !\lonticello. 

7,309 Louisville. 
13,345 Clinton. 

5,589 Dublin. 

l,6S0iPinderton. 

7,203| Riceborough. 

6,145 Lincolnton. 

2,453 Frankliiiville. 



4,646 
4,998 
1,436 
4 422 

16^202 
1,269 

12,046 
3,508 

11,155 

13,618 
6,149 
4,906 



Danielsvillc. 

Darien, 

Marionville. 

Greenville. 

Forsytli. 

Mount Vernon. 

Madison. 

Columbus. 

Covington. 

Lexington. 

Zebu Ion. 

Pulaski. 



GEORGIA. 



273 



Putnam, . . . 
Rabun, . . . , 
Randolph,. , 
Richmond, . 
Scrivcn. . . , 
Talbot,..., 
Taliaferro, , 
Tatnall, . . . 
Telfair, . . . . 
Thomas, . . . 
Troup, . . . . 



13,261 
2,176 
2,191 

11,644 
4,776 
5,940 
4,934 
2,040 
2,136 
3,299 
5,799 



Eatonton. 

Clayton. 

Culhbert. 

Augusta. 

Jacksonboro'. 

Talbotton. 

Crawfordsville. 

Tatnall, C. H. 

Jacksonville. 

Thomasville. 

La Grange. 



[Twiggs, 

Upson, 

Walton, 

Ware, 

Warren, 

Washington, . . 

Wayne, 

Wilkes, 

Wilkinson,. . . . 

Total in 1830, 



8,031 

7,013 
10,92:i 

1,205 
10,946 

9,820 

963 

14,237 

6,513 



516,567 



Marion. 

Thomaston. 

Monroe. 

Waresboro'. 

Warrcnton. 

Sandersville. 

Waynesville. 

Washington. 

Irwin ton. 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 



In 1749, 6,00.0 

1790, 82,548 

1800, 162,686 

1810, 252,433 

1820, 348,989 

1830, 516,567 



I.NCREASE. 



From 1790 to 1800, 80,138 

1800 to 1810, 89,747 

1810 to 1820, 88,456 

1820 to 1830, 165,578 



SLAVES. 

29,264 

59,699 

105,218 

149,656 

217,470 



INCREASE. 

30,435 
45,519 
44,438 
67,814 



Of the above population of 1830, there were, white Males, 153,i,'36; white Females, 143,378; 
deaf and dumb, 147; blind, 143; aliens, 86: total whites, 206.til4. Free colored iMales, 1,250; 
Females, l,iJ7 : total, 2,483. Slaves— Males, 108,940 ; Females, 108,524 : total, 217,470. 

The following Counties ha%'e been organized in this State since 1830: Cass, Cherokee, Cobb, 
Floyd, Forsyth, Gilmer, Heard, Lumpkin, Murray, Paulding, Stewart, Sumter, Union, and VValker. 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 
CANALS. 

Savannah and Ogeechee Canal. — This canal was constructed by the 
Savannah, Ogeechee, and Alatamaha Company. The work was com- 
menced in 1825, and completed in 1829. It extends from the city of Sa- 
vannah to Ogeechee river, 16 miles, uniting the waters of the Ogeechee 
with those of the Savannah. Width at the bottom, 33 feet ; depth of water, 
5 feet ; lockage, 29 feet. The locks are 90 feet long by 18 Avide. Cost, as 
estimated, $162,276; of the stock, 840,000 were subscribed by the State 
of Georgia. It is proposed to continue this canal to the Alatamaha, the 
distance of 60 miles, with a navigable feeder of 14 miles. Estimated cost, 
8621,156. 

RAIL-ROADS. 

The Alatamaha and Brunsioick Rail-road, extending from the Alata- 
maha to Brunswick, is about 12 miles in length. Company incorporated 
in 1831. Commenced in 1832. 

Several important rail-roads have been projected, and companies organ- 
ized for their construction ; the principal of them are as follows, viz. 

1. From Savannah to Macon, on the Ocmulgee river, a distance of about 
170 miles. 

2. From Macon to Forsyth, upwards of 20 miles. This road is intended 
to connect with the former, so as to afford a continuous railway communi- 
cation with Savannah, the whole distance bf;ing upwards of 190 miles. 

3. From Augusta to Columbus, on the Chattahoochee river. This road 
is to be carried through Milledgeville, Macon, &c. ; lateral branches are to 
be constructed to various places on each side of the main tinink ; the dis- 
tance between the extreme points is about 210 miles. 

4. From Augusta to Heshman's Lake, 50 miles. 



274 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



PRIITCIF/II. STJiaS ROUTES. 



1. From Augusta 
to Fort Mitch- 
ell. 

To Warrenton, 

Powelton, 

Sparta, 

MILLEDGEVILLE, . 

Pittsburg, 

Clinton, 

Macon, 

Knoxville, 

Columbus, 

Fort Mitchell, . . 



2. From Augusta 

to Covington. 
To Powelton, as in 

No. 1, 

White Plains, . . . 

Greensboro\ 

Kingston, 

Madison, 

Newbern, 

Covington, 



3. From Augusta 

to Carnesville. 
To Lincolnton, . . 

Goshen, 

Petersburg, 

Buckersville, . . . 

Elherton, 

Bowersville, 

Carnesville, ... . 



Miles 

41 
12 
13 
24 
8 
15 
16 
25 
6b 
10 



53 
11 
12 

8 
13 

26 
4 



49 
6 
7 
12 
11 
25 
10 



Miles. 

53 

66 

90 

98 

113 

129 

154 

214 

224 



64 
76 
84 
97 
123 
127 



4. From Augusta 

to Monroe. 
To Applington, . . 
Wrightsboro', . . . 
Washington, .... 

Centreville, 

Lexington, 

Athens, 

Monroe, 



55 

62 

74 

85 

110 

120 



5. From Milledge- 

ville to Athens. 
To Fairfield, .... 

Eatonton, 

Madison, 

Salem, 

Watkinsville, .... 
Athens, 



6. From Milledge- 
ville to Talla- 
hassee, F. T. 

To Irwinton, .... 

Marion, 

Hartford, 

Berrien, 

Pinderton, 

Bainbridge, 

Quincy, F. T. . . . 

Salubrity, 

TALLAHASSEE, 



7. From Savannah 

to Augusta. 
Effingham, C.H.. 



27 
14 
15 
12 
13 
13 
25 



14 
8 
22 
14 
11 
7 



20 
20 
30 
25 
37 
66 
35 
9 

14 



27 



41 

56 
68 
81 
94 
119 



22 

44 
58 
69 
76 



40 
70 
95 
132 
198 
233 
242 
256 



Jacksonboro\ 
Mill Haven, . 
Augusta, . . . 



8. From Peters- 
burg to Milledge- 
ville. 

To Danburg, . . . . 

Washington, . . . . 

Powelton, 

Sparta, 

MILLEDGEVILLE, . . . 



9. From Savannah 

to Macon. 
Great OhoopeeBridge 

Dublin, 

Marion, 

Macon, 



10. Fro?n Savan- 
nah to Darien. 

Riceboro\ 

Darien, 



11. From Augusta 

to Monticello. 
To Sparta, as in 

No. 1 

Mount Zion, 

Eatonton, 

Mount Horeb, . . . 
Monticello, 



39 
11 
42 



12 
12 
25 
13 
24 



63 

58 
37 
15 



35 

28 



66 

6 

25 

12 

8 



66 

77 
119 



24 
49 
62 
86 



121 

158 
173 



63 



72 

97 

109 

117 



FLORIDA. 

The name of Florida was imposed by the discoverer, Juan Ponce de 
Leon, from having made the coast on Pasque Florida, (Palm Sunday,) in 
1512. When first used, and for a long period afterwards, the name was 
general in Spanish literature, not only for that region to which it is at pres- 
ent applied, but for the whole Atlantic coast of North America. The flat- 
tering description given by the discoverer of this territory, excited a dispo- 
sition among the European sovereigns to appropriate it to themselves. 
Hence arose conflicting claims, founded in the first instance upon discovery, 
and afterwards upon conquest and possession. The first attempt to form a 
civilized colony in Florida, was made by the French, in 1562, under Fran- 
cis Ribault; but the colonists were, in 1565, surprised and massacred by 
the Spaniards. This massacre was severely revenged by a French expe- 
dition ; but the Spaniards remained masters of the country, and founded, 
about the same period, the city of St. Augustine. In 1699, West Florida 
was settled, and the city of Pensacola founded. Though often invaded by 
French and English armaments, it remained a part of Spanish America 



FLORIDA. 



275 



until 1763, when it was ceded to Great Britain. Soon after the cession, 
the province was divided into two parts, called East and West Florida. The 
river Appalacliicola being the boundary between them, by a proclamation 
inviting settlers to the country, holding forth liberal inducements, many 
respectable persons were induced to emigrate, in consequence thereof, from 
the Carolinas and other British settlements ; and among other colonists, a 
body of 1500 Greeks, Italians, and Minorcans were brought from the 
-Alediterranean, and settled at a spot about 60 miles south of St. Augustine, 
where they began the cultivation of indigo and the sugar-cane. 

In 1781, the Spanish Governor of Louisiana, Don Galvez, conquered 
West Florida ; and by the treaty of Paris, 1783, the whole of both pro- 
vinces were ceded by Great Britain to Spain. 

A negotiation, which had been for a long time pending for the transfer 
of the whole territory to the United States, was consummated by treaty in 

1819, and after many vexatious delays, was ratified by Spain in October, 

1820, and immediately afterwards Florida was taken possession of by the 
American authorities, and erected into a territorial government ; since which 
period it has continued to be an integral portion of the American Republic. 

Florida is bounded north by Alabama and Georgia, from the last of which 
it is separated in part by the river St. Mary's ; east by the Atlantic Ocean ; 
south and west by the Gulf of Mexico. Formerly the name of Florida 
was applied to the whole country east of the Mississippi, and bounded on 
the north as follows : By the river St. Mary's, from the sea to its source ; 
thence west, to the junction of the Flint river with the Appalachicola ; then 
up the Appalachicola to the parallel of 31° north latitude; then due west 
along that parallel to the Mississippi. The river Appalachicola divided this 
country into East and West Florida. The part lying between the Missis- 
sippi and Pearl river is now included in the State tof Louisiana ; the part 
between Pearl river and the Perdido, belongs to the States of Mississippi and 
Alabama ; and the part east of the Perdido is the country that is now called 
Florida. Its mean length, from north to south, is 3S0 miles, and the mean 
breadth 150, the area being 57,750 square miles, or 36,960,000 acres. 

The surface of Florida is in general level, and not much elevated above 
the sea. It is intersected by numerous ponds, lakes, and rivers, of which 
the principal are the St. John's, Appalachicola, Suwanee, Ocklockony, Choc- 
tawhatchie, Escambia, and Yellow-W^ater rivers. The southern part of 
the peninsula is a mere marsh, and terminates at Cape Sable in heaps of 
sharp rocks, interspersed with a scattered growth of shrubby pines. The 
oulf stream setting along the coast has here worn away the land, forming 
those islands, keys and rocks, known by the general name of Martyrs, and 
b}- the Spaniards called cayos, between which and the main land is a navi- 
gable channel. These islands contain some settlements and many o-ood 
harbors. The eddies which set towards the shore from the gulf stream 
cause many shipwrecks on this parf of the coast, furnishing employment 
to the Bahama wreckers. The rivers and coasts of Florida yield a variety 
of fish, among which are the sheepshead, mullet, trout, and bass, and 
abundance of shell-fish, as oysters, shrimps, crabs, &c. The soil of Florida 
is in some parts, esjiecially on the banks of the rivers, equal to any in the 
worid ; in other parts, it is indifferent ; and there are large tracts which are 
represented to be of little value. The country, however, has been but im- 
perfectly explored, and few agricultural experiments have been made. Much 






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GENERAL VIEW OF 



of the land, which, on a superficial view, has been supposed to be not worth 
cultivating, it is believed may be turned to very profitable account. Owing 
to its proximity to the sea on both sides, this peninsula has a milder climate 
than the country to the west of it, in the same latitude. The productions 
are corn, rice, potatoes, cotton, hemp, olives, oranges, and other tropical 
fruits, and it is supposed that coffee and the sugar-cane will flourish here. 
The pine-barrens produce grass, which supports an immense number of 
cattle. The forests yield fine live-oak, pitch, tar, and turpentine, and lum- 
ber has been exported for nearly a century. The climate, from October 
to June, is generally salubrious ; but the mobths of July, August, and Sep- 
tember, are extremely hot and uncomfortable ; and during this season, fevers 
are prevalent. At St. Augustine, however, the climate is delightful, and 
this place is the resort of invalids. 

The capes are Cannaveral, Florida, Sable, Romans, and St. Bias. 

The principal lakes are Lake Macaco and Lake George. 

The principal bays are Pensacola, Santa Rosa, Appalachie, Tampa, 
Hillsborough, Charlotte Harbor, and Chatham Bay. 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties. 



I Popula- 
tion. 



Alacliua, . . . . 

Duval 

Escambia, . . . 
Jackson, . . . . 

Walton, 

Washington, . 
Gadsden, . . . , 
Hamilton, . . . 



2,204 
1,970 

9,468 



4,895 
553 



County Towns. 



Dells. 

Jacksonville. 

Pensacola. 

Marianna. 

Alaqua. 

Holmes' Valley. 

Quincy. 

Miccotovvn. 



Counties. 



Jefferson, 

Leon, 

Madison, 

Monroe, 

Mosquito, .... 

Nassau, 

St. John's, .... 

Total in 1830, 



Popula- 
tion. 



3,312 

6,494 

525 

517 

733 

1,511 

2,538 



34,720 



County Towns. 



Monticello. 

TALLAHASSEE. 

Hickstown. 
Key West. 
Timoka. 
Fernandina. 
St. Augustine. 



Of tile fore^oins population, there were, white Males, 10,22G; white Females, 8,149; deaf and 
diiinb. .5; blind, 2." Total whites, 18,375.— Free colored, 844; Slaves, 15,501; deaf and dumb, 3. 
Total colored, 1C,345. 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 

CANALS. 

A canal across the peninsula of Florida, has for some years been con- 
sidered an object of national importance, and would greatly facilitate the 
transmission of the immense amount of produce and merchandise, con- 
stantly passing and repassing between the sea-ports on the Gulf of Mexico 
and the Atlantic region of the United States. It is believed the loss to the 
coimtry in vessels and merchandise, occasioned by the dangerous naviga- 
tion among the Bahama islands, and around the southern point of Florida, 
has, in some years, amounted to a sum sufficient of itself to pay the ex- 
pense of making the proposed canal. Several routes have been surveyed 
by officers of the United States' Engineer Department ; the particular loca- 
tion, however, is as yet undecided. 

The Appalachicola route extends from St. Mary's river, 3 miles above 
the town of St. Mary's, passin^g through Nassau, Columbia, and Hamilton 
counties m nearly a westerly direction, crosses the SuAvanee river, at the 
mouth of the VVithlacoochee, thence across the Oscilla river, and from 
thence it pursues a south-west course to Appalachicola Bay, opposite the 
town of Appalachicola; length, about 250 miles: its greatest altitude, 217 
feet, is found between the Ocklockony and Oscilla rivers. 

The Suwanee route commences at the mouth of the Withlacoochee river, 
thence parallel with the course of the Suwanee to the Indian Cowpens ; 

"■■■"■■■•■ ■'■■ ■ - ■■' - ■"■'' 



FLORIDA. 



length, 75 miles ; and in connexion with the former, the entire length to 
St. Mary's river will he about 185 miles. 

The Santa Fe route commences at the mouth of the Santa Fe river, 
thence along the course of that stream to a point 15 miles above the Natu- 
ral Bridge : thence it pursues a north-east direction across the territory, 
(passing about 5 miles west of Jacksonville, on the St. John's river, to the 
St. Mary's river. Length, about 120 miles. 

The St. Johii's route runs from Hillsboro' Bay, a north-east course to 
the head of the Ocklawaha river, thence along the course of that stream to 
Orange Lake, from thence following the direction of the Jacksonville and 
Tampa Bay road, until it intersects Black Creek, then down the valley of 
that stream to the St. John's river, thence across that river, and in a direct 
north-east course to the mouth of Pablo Creek. Length, 225 miles. 

It is proposed shortly to open a communication between the Atlantic sec- 
tion of the Union and New Orleans, by a steam-boat navigation, from 
Charleston or Savannah, to Jacksonville on the St. John's river, thence by 
a line of stages across the peninsula to St. Mark's, or Appalachie Bay, and 
from thence to New Orleans, by steam vessels. The distances from New- 
York by this route, will be about as follows : To Charleston, by steam- 
ship, 800 miles; to Jacksonville, 260 by stages; to St. Mark's, 180 ; and to 
New Orleans, by steam-boat, 400 miles. Total, 1,630 miles. This can 
probably be travelled m 11 or 12 days, and will afford a more rapid and 
less fatiguing conveyance than any route now in use. 



ALABAMA. 

Although but recently settled, the country forming this State was proba- 
bly visited by Europeans at an early period ; in 1539, Ferdinand de Soto, 
governor of Cuba, landed in Florida, with a considerable body of men, 
and led them into the interior of the country in quest of gold: he appears 
to have encountered many difficulties, and to have traversed a great extent 
of country ; and after experiencing numerous romantic adventures, he died 
on the banks of the Mississippi, 3 years after he landed. From this period 
a term of 170 or 180 years elapsed, during which time it is not known that 
any attempt was made by Europeans, to penetrate or settle any part of 
the country immediately east of the Mississippi river. Early in tne eigh- 
teenth century the French, in forming the colony of Louisiana, made 
small settlements on Mobile river, and built a fort where the city of Mobile 
now stands ; but a large share of what is at present Alabama, remained in 
possession of the native Indians for about a century after the founding of 
Louisiana. The original charter of Greorgia covered the whole region 
from 31° to 35° north latitude. In 1802, a cession was made by Georgia 
to the United States, of all her western territory between the Chattahoo- 
chee and Mississippi rivers. In 1800, the country which now forms the 
States of Mississippi and Alabama, was erected into a territorial govern- 
ment under the title of the Mississippi Territory, which continued a distinct 
section of the Union until March 1817, when by act of Congress it was 
divided into two portions, the western section assuming the title of the State 
of Mississippi, and the eastern that of the Territory of Alabama. The 



GExVERAL VIEW OF 



increase of population in the latter was so rapid as to entitle it to admission 
into the Union as a State government in 1818, and application being made 
to Congress, a law was in consequence pr^jsed, empowering the people of 
Alabama to form a constitution, which being ratified by the national legis- 
lature, the State became a member of the Federal Union. During the 
years 1813 and '14, the people of this State were exceedingly harassed 
by the incursions of hostile Indians, principally Creeks and Seminoles. 
Many flourishing settlements were broken up, and numerous massacres 
and savage murders perpetrated. To repel the ruthless foe, a considerable 
force was immediately raised by the State of Tennessee, which, with other 
troops, were placed under the command of Gen. Jackson, who, after a 
series of sanguinary and obstinately contested conflicts, entirely broke the 
power of the savages, and, reducing them to total submission, the settle- 
ments in the eastern and southern districts of the State were freed from 
those harassing inroads by which their progress had been impeded ; since 
that period the increase of population and wealth here, has been uncom- 
monly rapid, and hardly to be paralleled in any section of the Union. 

The State of Alabama is bounded north by Tennessee, east by Georgia, 
south by Florida, and west by the State of Mississippi. Length 280 miles ; 
breadth 160 miles; area 46,000 square miles, or 29,440,000 acres. 

The principal rivers are the Alabama, Tombeckbe, Black Warrior, 
Coosa, Tallapoosa, Tennessee, Chatahoochee, Perdido, and Cahawba. 

The southern part of the country, which borders on the Gulf of Mexico 
and West Florida, for the space of 50 miles wide, is low and level, covered 
with pine, cypress, and loblolly ; in the middle it is hilly, with some tracts 
of open land ; the northern part is somewhat broken and mountainous, 
and the country generally is more elevated above the sea, than most other 
parts of the United States at equal distance from the ocean. The Alle- 
ghany mountains terminate in the north-east part. The forest trees in the 
middle and northern part consist of black and white oak, hickory, poplar, 
cedar, chestnut, pine, mulberry, &c. 

Alabama possesses great diversity of soil, climate, natural, vegetable, 
and mineral productions. Occupying the valley of the Mobile, and its 
tributary streams, together with a fine body of land on both sides of the 
Tennessee river, its position in an agricultural and commercial point of 
view is highly advantageous. A considerable portion of that part of the 
State which lies between the Alabama and Tombeckbe, of that part watered 
by the Coosa and Tallapoosa, and of that on the Tennessee, consists of 
very excellent land. On the margin of many of the rivers there is a con- 
siderable quantity of cane-bottom land, of great fertility, generally from a 
half to three quarters of a mile wide. On the outside of this, is a space 
which is low, wet, and intersected by stagnant water. Next to the river 
swamp, and elevated above it ten or fifteen feet, succeeds an extensive body 
of level land of a black, rich, soil, with a growth of hickory, black-oak, 
post-oak, dog-wood, poplar, &c. After this come the prairies, which are 
wi^le-spreading plains of level, or gently waving land, Avithout timber, 
clothed with grass, herbage, and flowers, and exhibiting in the month of 
May the most enchanting scenery. 

Cotton is the staple of the State. Other productions are corn, rice, 
wheat, rye, oats, &c. The sugar-cane, the vine, and the olive, it is sup- 
posed, may be cultivated with success. Coal abounds on the Cahawba, 



alaba:\ia. 



the Black Warrior, &c. ; and valuable iron ore is found in some parts of 
the State. 

The climate of the southern part of the ])ottom land bordering on the 
rivers, and of the country bordering on the Muscle Shoals, is unhealthy. 
In the elevated part of the country the climate is very fine ; the winters 
are mild, and the summers pleasant, being tempered by breezes from the 
Gulf of Mexico. 

The University of Alabama, at Tuscaloosa, is a new but well-endowed 
institution. It was incorporated in 1S20, by an act of the State legislature. 
By an act of Congress, March 1819, one section of land, containing 640 
acres, was granted to the inhabitants of each township for the use of 
schools, and 72 sections, or two townships, for the support of a seminary 
of learning. The funds of the university consist of the proceeds of these 
lands. 

There have been 24 academics incorporated in the State, up to 1832. 

By an act of Congress, March 2, 1819, it was provided that 5 per cent, 
of the neat proceeds of all the sales of public lands in this State, made 
subsequently to September 1, 1819, should be reserved for making public 
roads and canals, and improving the navigation of rivers. Three-fifths 
of the amount were directed to be applied to these objects within the State, 
and two-fifths to the making of a road or roads leading to the State, under 
the direction of Congress. This act gave rise to what is commonly called 
the " Three per cent. Fund," which has been vested in the bank of the 
State of Alabama ; and it amounted, according to the report of the State 
Treasurer, on the 26th of November, 1829, to 696,.365 77. A board of 
internal improvement, to consist of six commissioners, was established by 
the general assembly in January 1830, under whose superintendence the 
income of this fund is to be appropriated to objects of public utility, as 
roads, canals, &c. On the 23d of May, 1828, Congress made a grant to 
this State of 400,000 acres of relinquished and unappropriated lands, for 
improving the navigation of the Muscle Shoals, and Colbert Shoals, in 
Tennessee, and likewise for improving the navigation of the Coosa, Ca- 
hawba, and Black Warrior rivers. 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties. 



AntiuT^a, . . . 
Biklwin,. . . . 

(5ibb 

Blour.t, 

Daticr, 

Clarke, 

Conecuh, . . , 
Covington, . 

Dale 

D.ilhs, .... 
Fayette, . . . 
Franklin, . . 
(irc'jne, .... 

Henry, 

Jackson, . . . 
JelTerson, . . 
Lauderdale, 
Lawrence, . 
Limestone, . 



Poimlatini) 



Countv Towns. 



11,874 Washington. 

2,324 "■ ■ " 

6,306 

4,233 

5,650 

7,595 

7,444 

1,522 

2,031 
14,017 

3,547 
11,078 
15,026 

4,020 
^2,700 

6,855 



Blakely. 

Centreville. 

Blountsville. 

Greenville. 

Clarksvillc. 

Sparta. 

Montezuma. 

Dale, C. H. 

Cahawba. 

Fayette. 

Russcllville. 

Erie. 

Columbia. 

BcUefonte. 

Elyton. 
ll^TSllFlorence. 
14,984 Moulton. 
14,807lAthens. 



Counties. 



I Lowndes, 

jMadison, . . . . , 
iMarengo, .... 
■ Marion, 

Mobile, 

'Monroe, 

;I\Iontefoniery, . 

i Morgan, 

jPerry, 

Pickens, 

Pike 

'St. Clair 

Shelby, 

Tuscaloosa, . . 

Walker, 

Washington, . 

Wilcox, 



Population! County Towns. 



Total, in 1830, 



9,410 Lowndes, C. H. 
27,990'Huntsville. 

7,700Linden. 

4,058lPikeville. 

6,267|Mobile City. 

8,782 Claiborne. 
12,695|^Iontgomerv. 

9,062 Somerville. ' 
ll,490|Marion. 

6,622|Pickens. 

7,108jMonticello. 

5,975 Ashville. 

5,704;Shelbyville. 
13,Cyi6\TUSC.iWOS^. 

2,202i Walker, C.H. 

3,474 Washington. 

9,548 Canton. 



309,527 



J 



280 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 
In 1810, less than 10,000; in 1816, 29,683 ; in 1818, 70,542 

INCREASE. 



In 1820, 127,901 

1827, 244,041 

1830,... 309,527 



1820 to 1830, 181,626 



SLAVES. 

41,879 

93,008 

117,549 



INCREASE. 
51,129 

24,541 



L 



Of the above population of 1830, there were, white Males, 100,846 ; white Females, 89,560 ; 
deaf and dumb, 89; blind, C8; aliens, 65: total whites, 190,406. Free colored Males, 844; 
Females, 728: total, 1,572. Slaves— Males, 59,170; Females, 58,379 : total, 117,549. 

The followina: Counties have been organized in this State, since the censusof 1830, viz : Barbour, 
Benton Chambers, Coosa, Macon, Randolph, Russell, Sumter, Talladega, Tallapoosa. 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS 
EAIL-ROADS. 

Tennessee and Alabama Rail-road. — Company incorporated in 1832. 
Capital, ^3,000,000, to be divided into shares of 8100 each. It is known 
that a population of at least 200,000 already inhabit the counties bordering 
on the Upper Tennessee and its tributaries, and that they have no market, 
or outlet for their products, but the long, expensive, and almost imprac- 
ticable route to New Orleans. The country embraces about 40 counties, 
in Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, and Georgia ; and it is not inferior 
in fertility to other portions of the States to which it belongs. 

The Hiwassee is a considerable stream, rising in the mountains of Geor- 
gia, and, running a north-westerly course, discharges itself into the Ten- 
nessee above the Suck. For more than 22 miles it is navigable for steam- 
boats at all seasons of the year. Commencing at the head of steam-boat 
navigation on the Hiwassee, it is proposed to construct a rail-road to M'Nair's 
boat-yard, on the Connesauga, an upper branch of the Coosa, distant 16 
miles. Cost, estimated at $51,000. From M'Nair's boat-yard, descend- 
ing the Connesauga to New Echota, a good navigation for tow-boats, 
drawing two feet of water, may be perfected at an expense of 88,000. 
Echota may be considered the limit of steam navigation. The river then 
takes the name of the Oostenaula, and, for the space of 60 miles, descend- 
ing to the head of the Coosa, every obstacle to an uninterrupted navigation 
may be removed for $5,000. Thence to the Ten Islands, 105 miles, all 
obstructions may be removed for $1,000, making, in all, 271 miles of 
communication to be effected at the expense of $65,000. From the Ten 
Islands to Selma, in Alabama, the distance is 105 miles, and it is proposed 
to connect these points by a rail-road, the estimated cost of which is 
$735,000. Making the aggregate distance from the Tennessee to Selma, 
on the Alabama, 371 miles, and to Mobile 600 miles; and the whole cost 
of the improvements $800,000. 

The Tuscumhia Rail-road, which was begun in 1831, was constructed 
in order to avoid the Muscle Shoals, and extends from Tuscumbia to De- 
catur. It consists of a single track of rails, and cost about $3,500 a 
mile. 

A company has also been incorporated to construct a rail-road from 
Montgomery to the Chattahoochee, opposite to Columbus,' Georgia. 

Another rail-road has been lately projected to extend from Montgomery 
to West-Point, on the Chattahoochee, about 40 miles above Columbus, the 
lengtli of which will be upwards of 90 miles. 



ALABAMA. 



281 



FRII7CIFAZ. STAGE HOUTES. 



\. From Hantsville 
to Tuscaloosa, 
via Somerville. 

ToTriana, 

Decatur, 

Somerville, 

Blouot Spring,. . . 

Ebjton, 

Jouesboro', 

Buckland, 

TUSCALOOSA, 

2. From Hants- 
ville to Tuscaloosa, 
via Blountsville. 
To Whitesburg, . 
Blountsville, .... 
Village Springs, . 

Elyton, 

Jonesboro', 

Buckland, 

TUSCALOOSA, 

3. From Hants- 
ville to Florence. 

To Athens, 

Rogersville, 

Masonville, 

Florence, 



4. From Hants- 
ville to Tascumbia. 
To Mooresville, . . 

Decatur, 

Courtland, 

Lehighton, 

Tuscumbia, ... . 

5. From Tusca- 
loosa to Montgom- 
ery, via Selma, 
To Carthage, 



Milo 

10 
16 
13 

40 

30 

6 

8 

32 



10 
45 

26 

24 

8 

8 

32 



25 
20 
10 
15 



20 
9 
21 
14 
10 



20 



Miles. 

26 
3.4 
79 
10;i 
117 
125 
157 



81 
105 
113 
121 
153 



45 
55 

70 



29 
50 
64 
74 



'Havannali, . . . . 
Greensboro', . . 

Marion, 

Selma, 

Vernon, 

Washington, . 
Montgomery, . 



6. From Tusca- 
loosa to Mobile. 
To Greenesboro\ . 

Demopolis, 

Linden, 

Gayvillc, 

Pineville, 

Coffeeville, 

Washington, C. H. 
Mount Vernon, . . 
Mobile, 



From Tusca 
loosa to Mont- 
gomery,viaCen- 
treville. 

To Mars, 

Centreville, 

Maplesville, 

Coosauda, 

Montgomery, .... 

8. From Columbus 

to Tuscaloosa. 
To Pickensville, . . 
TUSCALOOSA, 



i.) 

17 
18 
25 
26 
10 
10 



43 




19 


62 


11 


73 


20 


93 


21 


114 


13 


127 


11 


1.38 


43 


181 


37 


218 



From Tascum- 
bia to Doak's 
Stand. 

To Russellville,. . 

Pikeville, 

Columbits, Mi. . . . 



26 
13 
24 
47 
9 



23 
49 



18 
39 
60 



2y 

46 

64 

89 

115 

125 

135 



39 

63 

110 

119 



72 



57 
117 



Choctaw Agency, 
Doak's Stand, . . . 

10. From Fort 
Mitchell to Mo- 
bile. 

To Mount Meigs, 

Monltromery, .... 

Hickory Grove,. . 

Greenville, 

Hemphill, 

Burnt Corn, 

Taitsville, 

Blakely, 

Mobile, 



11. From Mont- 
gomery to Clai- 
borne. 

To Burnt Corn, as 
in No. 10,. 

Claiborne, .... 



From Blakely to 
Pensacola, F. T. 



13. From Colum 
bus, Mi., to Mont 
gomery. 

To Mount Zion, , 

Pickensville, . . . . 

Vienna, 

Clinton, 

Springfield, 

Erie, 

Greensboro', . , . . 

Marion, 

Selma, 

Vernon, 

Washington, . . . ■ 

Montgomery, ... 



22 
92 



78 
12 
2ti 
24 
21 
25 
42 
34 
11 



98 
24 



10 
13 
14 
12 

20 
14 
17 

18 
25 
26 
10 
10 



139 
231 



90 

lis 

142 
163 

188 
230 
264 
275 



122 



67 



23 
37 

49 
69 
83 
100 
118 
143 
169 
179 
189 



MISSISSIPPI. 

The whole country now included in the States of Mississippi and Ala- 
bama, was claimed by France as a part of Louisiana, from their first set- 
tlement on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico. In 1716, a colony of French 
established themselves among tho Natchez Indians, and built a fort where 
the city of Natchez now stands. In 1729, this colony, together with two 
settlements on the Yazoo and Washita rivers, amounting to about 700 per- 
sons, were, with the exception of three or four individuals, massacred by 
the Natchez and Chickasaws. White settlements were afterwards partially 
renewed, but the country remained in great part a wilderness, until after 
1763, when the whole of the territory east of the Mississippi river, claimed 
by France, was ceded to Great Britain. In the succeeding year, the latter 
power took possession of the posts within the ceded territory, and notwith- 



282 GENERAL VIEW OF 



standing the hostile spirit displayed by the natives, the English directed 
their attention to the country, and began to settle about Natchez. By the 
treaty of 1783, Great Britain relinquished 'he Floridas to Spain without 
any specific boundaries, and at the same time ceded to the United States 
all the country north of the thirty-first degree of north latitude. The terms 
of this cession opened an ample field of dispute between the United States 
and Spain, which continued to agitate the two nations for several years. 
The Spaniards retained possession of Natchez, and the posts north of the 
thirty-first degree, until 1798, when they finally abandoned them to the 
United States. In the year 1800, the territory between the river Missis- 
sippi and the western boundary of Georgia, was erected into a distinct territo- 
rial government. By treaty in 1801, at Fort Adams, the Choctaw Indians 
relinquished to the United States a large tract of land ; and other cessions 
have since been made. On the 1st of March, 1817, an act of Congress 
was passed, authorizing the inhabitants of the western part of the Missis- 
sippi territory to form a Constitution and State Government, and providing 
for the admission of the State thus formed into the Union. Accordingly, a 
convention met in July, 1817, by which a State Constitution was formed; 
and the provisions required by the act of Congress having been complied 
with, the new State of Mississippi became a member of the Confederation 
in December following. 

The State of Mississippi is bounded on the north by Tennessee, east by 
Alabama, south by the Gulf of Mexico and Louisiana, west by Louisiana 
and Arkansas territory. It is about 300 miles in average length, and 160 
in breadth ; area, about 48,000 square miles, and from about 28 to 30,000,000 
acres. 

The principal rivers are the Mississippi, Pearl, Pascagoula, Yazoo, Black, 
Tennessee, and the western branches of the Tombeckbe. The Mississippi 
forms the western boundary from lat. 31° to 35° N. ; 308 miles in a right 
line, but by the course of the river near 700 miles. 

The southern part of the State, extending about 100 miles north from 
the Gulf of Mexico, is mostly a champaign country, with occasional hills 
of moderate elevation, and is covered with forests of the long-leaved pine, 
interspersed with cypress swamps, open prairies, and inundated marshes. 
A considerable portion of this part is susceptible of cultivation. The soil 
is generally sandy, sometimes gravelly and clayey. It is capable of pro- 
ducing cotton, corn, indigo, sugar, garden vegetables, plums, cherries, 
peaches, figs, sour oranges, and grapes. 

In proceeding north, the face of the country becomes more elevated and 
agreeably diversified. The growth of timber consists of poplar, hickory, 
oak, black walnut, sugar-maple, buckeye, elm, hackberry, &c., and the 
soil is exceedingly fertile, producing abundant crop^ of cotton, corn, sweet 
potatoes, indigo, garden vegetables, and fruit. Nearly all the country 
watered by the Yazoo, is described as incomparably fertile, well watered, 
and healthful. 

Cotton is the staple production of the State. Peaches and figs are the fruits 
most easily produced. Apples, plums, lemons, and oranges, are common. 
The climate is temperate, and in the elevated parts generally healthful. 
The local situation of this state, the fertility of its soil, the temperature of 
its climate, and the value of its productions, will doubtless cause it to re- 
main an important part of the Union. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



283 



The Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians possess a large portion of the ter- 
ritory of this State, embracing the northern and eastern parts. The tracts 
possessed by these tribes, comprise some of the finest parts of the State, 
abounding with extensive and beautiful prairies. The Choctaws and Chick- 
asaws have well cultivated fields, and great numbers of horses, cattle, hogs, 
and sheep. Many of them are mechanics, and their women spin and make 
cloth. 

There are 8 banks and branches in this State ; viz. 3 at Natchez, 1 at 
Port Gibson, 2 at Vicksburg, 1 at Woodville, and 1 at Rodney. 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties. 


Population 


County Towns. 


Counties. 


Population 


County Towns. 


Adams, 

Amite, 

Claiborne, .... 

Copiah, 

Covington, .... 

Franklin, 

Greene, 

Hancock, 

Hindes, 

Jackson, 

Jefferson, 

Jones, 

Lawrence, .... 
Lowndes, 


14,937 
7,934 
9,787 
7,001 
2,551 
4,622 
1,854 
1,962 

8,645 

1,792 
9,755 
1,471 
5,293 
3,173 


Natchez. 

Liberty. 

Port Gibson. 

Gallatin. 

Williamsburg. 

Meadville. 

Leaksville. 

Pearlington. 
^ JACKSON, 
( Raymond. 

Jackson, C. H. 

Fayette. 

EllisviUe. 

Monticello. 

Columbus. 


Madison, 

Marion, 

Monroe, 

Perry 

Pike, 


4,973 
3,691 
3,861 
2,300 
5,402 
2,083 
2,680 
7,861 
1,976 
2,781 
11,686 
6,550 


Livingston. 

Columbia. 

Hamilton. 

Augusta. 

Holmesville. 


Rankin, 

Simpson, 

Warren, 

Washington, . . 

Wayne, 

Wilkinson,. . . . 
Yazoo, 

Total, .... 


Brandon. 

Westville. 

Vicksburg. 

Princeton. 

Winchester. 

Woodville. 

Benton. 


136,806 





POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 

INCREASE. SLAVES. 



In 1820, 75,448 

1830 136,806 



From 1820 to 1830, 61,358 



32,814 
65,659 



INCREASE. 



32,845 



Of the above population of 1830, there were, white Males. 38,4t)6 ; white Females, 31,977; deaf 
and dumb. -20; blind, 25: total whites, 70.443. Free colored Males, 288; Females, 231: total, 519. 
Slaves— Males, 33,099 ; Females, 32,560 ; total, 65,659. 

The following counties have been organized since 1830:— Atala. Carroll. Choctaw, Clark, 
Holmes, Jasper. Kemper, Lauderdale, Leake, Nashoba, Nosubbee, Oaktibbeha, Scott, Smith, 
Tallahatchee, Winston, and Yalobusha. 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 
A Board of Internal Improvement was organized by the Legislature in 
1829, consisting of the Governor and three Commissioners. The Board 
was authorizedto employ a civil engineer, and to negotiate a loan of the 
sum of 8200,000 upon the credit of the State, to be appropriated to the 
improvement of the navigable streams and public roads within the State. 
Bv an act of Congress, passed March 1, 1817, five per cent, of the neat 
proceeds of the sales of public lands within the State were reserved for 
making roads and canals ; and three-fifths of this (called the three per 
cent, fund) are subject to appropriation by the State Legislature to those 
objects within the State ; the other two-fifths are at the disposal of Con- 
gress for roads leading to the State. 

R/ULRO.\DS. 

A Rail-road is projected from Woodville, in this State, to St. Francis- 
mile, in Louisiana. Three routes have been surveyed, and one of them 
selected for the greater portion of the distance. Length, 28 miles. Cost, 
estimated at a little less than $6,000 a mile. 

* Tiie principal part of the above tribes have left the State, and the remainder are e.xpected to 
remove in the course of the present season. 



284 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



A route for a rail-road has also been surveyed from Vicksburg, in War- 
ren county, to Clinton, in Hindes county, the distance of about 55 miles. 
The books have been opened, and a large part of the stock taken. No 
doubt is entertained of its going into operation. 

There is a " Pass," from the Mississippi river, near St. Helena, to the 
Yazoo river, about 100 miles above the mouth of the latter, which is about 
to be opened at a comparatively trivial expense. Boats navigating the Mis- 
sissippi, by taking this course, will save about 50 miles ; but still more will 
be gained in ascending, as the current of the Mississippi will be avoided. 



FRIITCIPAI. ST^aH ROUTZiS. 



1. From Columbus 
to New Orleans, 
La. 

Choctaw Agency, 

Doak's Stand, . . . 

Madisonville, .... 

JACKSON,... . 

Clinton, 

Raymond, 

Rocky Spring, . . . 

Port Gibson, .... 



22 
92 
18 
28 
10 
9 
30 
11 



114 
132 

160 
170 
179 
209 
220 



Fayette, 

Washington, . . 

Natchez, 

Woodville, .... 
Laurel Hill, La. 
St. Francisville, 
Baton Rouge, . . 

Manshac, 

Iberville, or St. 
GabrieVs Church, 
Donaldsonville, . 



7 


227 1 


25 


252 


6 


258 


36 


294 


15 


309 


14 


323 


29 


362 


12 


374 


7 


381 


22 


403 



Bringiers, 

Bonnet Carre, . . . 
NEWORLEANS 



2. From Jackson to 
Vicksburg. 

To Clinton, 

Amsterdam, 

Montalban, 

Vicksburg, 



10 
29 
36 



10 

25 

10 

9 



413 
442 

478 



35 
45 

54 



LOUISIANA. 

Previous to the year 1811, the name of Louisiana belonged to the whole 
of that vast and ill-defined tract of country which was ceded by France to 
the United States in 1803. On the territory of Orleans becoming a State, 
it adopted the general name for its particular appellation, and the remaining 
portion of the original Louisiana has received distinct denominations. The 
first settlement within the limits of this State was made by a small French 
colony in 1699, under the command of M. D'Iberville. The city of New 
Orleans was founded in 1717. In 1763 the whole of Louisiana was ceded 
to Spain, but from the resistance of the inhabitants, that power did not 
obtain possession until 1769. Spain retained her authority in this province 
until 1800, when, by a secret treaty, it was re-ceded to France. The 
renewal of the war in Europe, after the peace of Amiens, not permitting 
France to take possession of Louisiana, it was transferred to the United 
States for the sum of 60 millions of francs, or about 15 millions of dollars, 
in April, 1803, and in the following December, given up to the American 
authorities. By an act of Congress, passed March, 1804, Louisiana was 
definitively subdivided. The northern part, above latitude 33°, was named 
the territory of Louisiana, and the lower section, the territory of Orleans. 
In 1811, having acquired an adequate population. Congress granted the 
inhabitants power to form a State constitution. In 1812, the necessary 
steps having been taken, the State of Louisiana was ranked in the list of 
independent States of the Union. A powerful British army invaded this 
State, December, 1814, but after some partial actions, the enemy Avas 
utterly defeated, January 8th, 1815, and the country abandoned by them 
shortly afterwards. This event gave to Louisiana a classic interest in the 
history of the United States, and left her to the peaceable pursuits of the 
arts of social life, and the cultivation of her soil. 



LOUISIANA. 



285 



The purchase of Louisiana, although vehemently censured at the time, 
by the party opposed to Mr. Jefferson, is now admitted on all hands to have 
been an act of great political wisdom. It closed up a broad source of con- 
troversy with foreign powers, added an almost boundless tract of fertile 
country to our territory, and extended the duration of the Union, by gain- 
ing for the western States the great natural outlet for their productions. 

This State is bounded on the north by Arkansas territory and the State 
of Mississippi; on the east by the same State; on the south by the Gulf 
of Mexico ; and on the west by the Mexican dominions. The 33d degree 
of north latitude is the northern boundary, west of the Mississippi river, 
and the 31st degree on the east of that river; the Pearl river is its extreme 
eastern boundary, and the Sabine its western. It is in length 240 miles, by 
210 in breadth. It contains 48,220 square miles, or 30,860,800 acres. 

Three-fourths of the State are without an elevation, that can be properly 
called a hill. The pine woods generally have a surface of a very particu- 
lar character, rising into fine swells, with table surfaces on the summit, and 
valleys from 30 to 40 feet deep. But they are without any particular range, 
and, like the waves of a high and irregular sea. The alluvial soil is level, 
and the swamps, which are the only inundated alluvions, are dead flats. 
The vast prairies, which constitute a large portion of the surface of the 
State, have, in a remarkable degree, all the distinctive aspects of prairies. 
To the eye they seem as level as the still surface of a lake. They are, 
except the quaking prairies, higher and drier than the savannas of Florida. 

The new and remote parish taken from Natchitoches, called Claiborne, 
is a high and rolling country. — There are considerable hills beyond the 
Mississippi alluvions, east of that river. But generally speaking, Louisiana 
is one immense plain, divided into pine-woods, prairies, alluvions, swamps, 
and hickory and oak lands. 

On the banks of the Mississippi, La Fourche, the Teche, and the Ver- 
million, below lat. 30^ 12' north, wherever the soil is elevated above the 
annual inundations, sugar can be produced ; and the lands are generally 
devoted to this crop. In all other parts of the State, cotton is the staple. 
The best districts for cotton are the banks of Red River, Washita, Teche, 
and the Mississippi. Rice is more particularly confined to the banks of the 
Mississippi, where irrigation can be easily performed. — The quantity of 
land within the State adapted to the cultivation of the three staples, has 
been estimated as follows : sugar, 250,000 acres ; rice, 250,000 ; cotton, 
2,400,000. Some of the sugar-planters have derived a revenue in some 
years of S600 from the labor of each of their slaves ; from $350 to S450 
is the ordinary calculation. The cultivation of cotton is believed to be 
equally profitable. The amount of sugar has gradually increased in 
this State, from 1783 to the present time. A duty of 2^ cents per poimd 
on foreign sugar, from 1803 up to 1816, and of 3 cents until recently, and 
at present 2^, and of 10 cents a gallon on molasses until last year, and at 
present 5 cents, has been the occasion of this advance in the cultivation of 
the sugar-cane. It is estimated that 150,000,000 pounds of sugar are 
annually consumed in the United States, and that more than 100,000,000 
of pounds are now made in Louisiana, Florida, and Georgia, but by far 
the greatest part in Louisiana. In this State there are at the present time 
about 50,000,000 of dollars invested in the sugar business, in lands, slaves, 
steam-engines, and other property ; the quantity of sugar made here in 



286 



GENERAL VIEW OF 



1810, is estimated at nearly 10,000,000 of pounds, so that in 20 years the 
increase has been about ten-fold. 

The extensive prairie land, in the south- west part of the State, embracing 
the district of Opelousas, and the greater part of Attakapas, is most admi- 
rably adapted to the rearing of cattle, and has hitherto been used almost 
exclusively for that purpose. Many of the richer planters on the Teche 
and Vermillion, have stock farms established on Mermentau and Calcasiu 
rivers, and count their cattle by the thousand. 

The population is principally confined to the settlements on the Missis- 
sippi. In the upper settlements the inhabitants are principally Canadians ; 
in the middle, Germans ; and in the lower, French and Spaniards. A few 
years since, a majority of the inhabitants were Roman Catholics. The 
clergy of this order, however, are not numerous ; and the constant intro- 
duction of emigrants from the north is etiecting a rapid revolution in all 
the institutions of the country. 

In journeying from New Orleans to the mouth of Sabine river, men are 
met with in every stage of civilization. In New Orleans, and other places 
on the banks of the Mississippi, the sugar and cotton planters live in splen- 
did edifices, and enjoy all the luxury that wealth can impart. In Attaka- 
pas and Opelousas, the glare of expensive luxury vanishes, and is followed 
by substantial independence. In the western parts of Opelousas, are found 
herdsmen and hunters ; the cabins are rudely and hastily constructed, and 
the whole scene recalls to the imagination the primeval state of society. 

The exports from Louisiana are not confined to its own produce. The 
bulky articles of all the western States go down the Mssissippi, and are 
cleared out at New Orleans. The value of the exports in 1804, was 
$1,600,362. In the year ending 30th of September, 1831, the value of 
imports at New Orleans, from foreign countries, was ^9,761,588. Of 
exports, there were shipped from that city during that year to foreign coun- 
tries, S15,752,029, and coastwise, 811,418,622; total, 827,170,651. 
There was exported the same year, of cotton, 170,541,259 lbs. ; of tobacco, 
36,132 hhds., and sugar, 55,351,259 lbs., exclusive of what was sent up 
the Mississippi river, the amount of which almost equalled what was 
shipped to the Atlantic States and to foreign countries. 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Parishes. 


Population 


Ascension, .... 


5,4:26 


Assumption,. . . 


5,669 


Avoyelles, .... 


3,484 


Baton Rouge, E. 


6,698 


Baton Rouge,W 


3,084 


Catalioula, .... 


2,581 


Claiborne, 


1,764 


Concordia, .... 


4,662 


Feliciana, East, 


8,247 


Feliciana, West, 


8,629 


Iberville, 


7,049 


Jefferson, 


6,846 


Lafayette, 


5,653 


Lalburclic, Int'r 


5,503 


Natchitoclics,. . 


7,905 


Orleans, 


49,838 


Plaquemines, . . 


4,489 



Donaldsonville. 
Assumption,CH 
Marksville. 

Baton Rouge. 

Harrisonburg. 

Russellville. 

Concordia. 

Jackson. 

St. Francisville. 

Iberville. 

Cof|uille. 

Verniillionville. 

Tiiibadeauxvillej 

Natchitoches. 

JVEIV ORLE.'lJVSl 

Fort Jackson. 



Parishes. 


Population 


Point Coupee,. . 


5,936 


Rapides, 


7,575 


St. Bernard, . . . 


3,356 


St. Charles,.... 


5,147 


St. Helena, .... 


4,028 


St. James, 


7,646 


St. .John Baptist, 


5,677 


St. Landry,. . . . 


12,591 


St. Martins,- •• 


7,205 


St. Mary's, .... 


6,442 


St. Tammany, . 


2,864 


Tcrre Bonne, . . 


2,121 


Washington, . . 


2,286 


Washita, 


5,140 


Total, in 1830, 


215,739 



Point Coupee. 
Alexandria. 



St. Helena. 

Bringicr's. 

Bonnet Carre, 

Opelousas. 

St. Martinsville, 

Franklin. 

Covington. 

Williamsburg. 

Franklinton. 

Monroe. 



LOUISL\NA. 287 



POPULATION AT DIFFERENT PERIODS. 

INCREASE. SLAVES, INCREASE. 

In 1810 76,556 

From 1810 to 1820, 76,851 

1820 to 1830 62,168 



1820, 153,407 

1830 215,739 



34,660 

69,064 

109.588 



34,404 
40,524 



Of the above population of 1830, there were, white Males, 49,794 ; Females, 39,397 ; deaf aud 
dumb, 45; blind, 38 ; aliens, 1,700 : total whites, 89,441. Free colored, 10,441 ; Slaves, 109,588. 

The parishes of Carroll and Livingston have been organized in this State, since 1830. 
INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS 

CANALS. 

Caroiidelct Canal extends from Bayou St. John, to a basin in the rear 
of the city of New Orleans. It is 1^- miles long, 30 feet wide, and 4 deep. 

Lafourche Canal passes from the river Lafourche, 16 miles below its 
efflu.x from the Mississippi. It opens from the right bank of the river into 
a small creek uniting with lake Verret, and is navigable only in times of 
high water. 

Plaqiicmine Canal is a short cut from the Mississippi into Bayou Pla- 
quemine ; navigable only in times of high water. 

New Orleans and Teche Canal is a partly executed navigation of 100 
miles in length, extending from a point on the Mississippi, opposite to New 
Orleans, to the waters which unite with Teche river, at Berwick's bay. 

RAIL-ROADS. 

LaTce Ponchartrain Rail-road. — Company incorporated 'in January, 
1830, with exclusive privileges for 25 years. It is about 4j miles long, 
extending from Lake Ponchartrain to New Orleans. Single track. It is 
perfectly straight, and nearly level, the ascent and descent being only 16 
inches. Completed in April, 1831. Cost, 815,000 a mile. An act of 
Congress has been obtained, establishing a port of entry on lake Ponchar- 
train ; and an artificial harbor and breakwater are now constructing at the 
termination of the rail-road. 

West Feliciana Rail-road, to extend from the Mississippi, near St. Fran- 
cisville, to Woodville in the State of Mississippi. (See Mississippi.) 

In the legislature of this State, a bill was lately introduced in which the 
most magnificent scheme of internal improvement ever contemplated, was 
submitted. The bill proposes the incorporation of a company with a capi- 
tal of twenty millions, to construct a rail-road from New Orleans to Baton 
Rouge, St. Francisville, and Clinton, thence eastwardly to the boundary 
line of Mississippi. It is recommended as part of a great route through 
Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, North and South Carolina, and Virginia, to 
Washington city. One of its advocates affirms, that if these States will 
pass laws to authorize the construction, companies will be formed for con- 
tinuing the road, so that within twenty years a trip from New Orleans to 
^Vashington will not occupy more than sLx days. 

[For the stage route from New Orleans to Natchez, see route No. 1, 

Mississippi.] 



ARKANSAS. 

The earliest settlement of whites within the limits of the territory of 
Arkansas, was made by the Chevalier de Tonti, in 1685. Proceeding from 
a fort then recently established on the Illinois river, he penetrated to the 



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mouth of the Mississippi. On his return, in ascending the Mississippi river, 
he sailed up the Arkansas to the principal village of the Indians of that 
name, with whom he formed an alhance. Here he built a fort, and at the 
desire of the natives, left some of his men to settle among them. At that 
period, the Arkansas Indians were deemed one of the most powerful tribes 
in the country ; and the French, to preserve peace with them, and to secure 
their trade, intermarried among them, and adopted most of their habits and 
manners. The new settlers found their numbers gradually augmented, by 
the arrival of emigrants from Canada, who descended the Mississippi. The 
progress of settlement was, however, extremely slow, and whatever events 
may have happened in this territory, between the commencement of the 
eighteenth century and the period of its transfer to the United States, his- 
tory has not recorded them. In February, 1819, it was enacted by Con- 
gress, that that portion of country situated between north latitude 33° and 
the southern boundary of Missouri, should be erected into a Territorial 
Government, under the designation of the Territory of Arkansas. The 
population of this Territory is increasing with such rapidity, that it is proba- 
ble but a short period will elapse before it will take its station among the 
States of the Union. 

This Territory is bounded on the north by Missouri, east by the Missis- 
sippi river, which separates it from Tennessee and the State of Mississippi, 
south by Louisiana, and west by a line drawn from the south-western cor- 
ner of Missouri to Fort Smith, on the Arkansas river, and thence by a due 
south line to the Red River, up Red River to the point where the western 
limit of the United States from the Sabine to Red River intersects that 
stream, and thence down that line to the 33d degree of north latitude. Its 
southern line is the 33d degree of north latitude, and northern 36° 30'. Its 
length, from north to south, is 245 miles, and mean breadth about 212 ; its 
area is 51,960 square miles, or 33,241,600 acres. The principal river is the 
Arkansas, which flows down from the Rocky Mountains. Its course is 
nearly through the centre of the territory from west to east ; and it affords 
at all times steam-boat navigation to Little Rock, 250 miles from the Mis- 
sissippi, and occasionally to Cantonment Gibson, nearly 400 miles higher 
up ; the other important streams are the Red River, (which flows through 
the south-west angle of the territory,) St. Francis, White, and Washita 
rivers. Arkansas has considerable advantages for commerce ; nearly every 
part of it has a direct and easy communication with New Orleans, the great 
emporium of trade for the whole Mississippi valley. The surface of the 
country exhibits much variety. In the eastern portion, along the Missis- 
sippi river, it is level, and often overflown by that noble river and its large 
confluents, which have their course through this territory. In the central 
part it is undulating and broken, and in the western section it is traversed 
by the Ozark mountains, which are estimated to attain an altitude of 3,000 
feet above the ocean. The other considerable elevations are the Black 
Hills, north of the Arkansas, and the Washita Hills, or Masserne Moun- 
tains, on the head waters of the Washita river. The soil is of all quali- 
ties, from the most productive to the most sterile; much of it is of the latter 
description. It has, however, a sufficient amount of excellent land to enable 
it to become a rich and populous State, which it will unquestionably be at 
no distant day. The column of emigration has begun to move in this direc- 
tion, and several thousands have been added to its population within the last 



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three years. Of the products of Arkansas, cotton is the staple ; corn and 
sweet potatoes thrive well ; wheat, and other small grains, have not been 
cultivated to a great extent ; peaches are remarkably fine ; apples do not 
succeed, except on the elevated parts of the territory, at a distance from the i 
Mississippi. The wild fruits, grapes, plums, &c. are abundant. Among 
the curiosities of this country noay be mentioned the vast masses of sea- 
shells that are found dispersed over different tracts of it : they are generally 
found in points remote from limestone, and answer a valuable purpose to 
the inhabitants, who collect and burn them for lime. The Hot or Warm 
Springs, are among the most interesting curiosities of the country ; they 
arc in great numbers. One of them emits a vast quantity of water: they 
are remarkably limpid and pure, and are used by the people who resort 
there for health, for culinary purposes. They have been analyzed, and 
exhibit no mineral properties beyond common spring- water. Their efficacy, 
then, for they are undoubtedly efficacious to many invalids that resort there, 
results from the shade of adjacent mountains, and from the cool oxygenated 
mountain breeze, the conveniences of warm and tepid bathing, the novelty 
of fresh mountain scenery, and the necessity of temperance imposed by 
the poverty of the country, and the difficulty of procuring supplies. During 
the spring floods of the Washita, a steam-boat can approach within 30 
miles of them. At no great distance is a strong sulphur-spring, remarkable 
for its coldness. In the wild andrnountain scenery of this lonely region, 
there is much of grandeur and novelty to fix the curiosity of the lover of 
Nature. 

POPULATION OF COUNTIES. 



Counties. 


Population 


County Towns. 


Counties. 


Population 


County Towns. 


Arkansas, .... 

Clarke, 

Conway, 

Chicot, 


1,426 

1,369 

982 

1,165 

2,440 

1,272 

2,512 

458 

2,031 

1,266 

333 

772 

748 


Arkansas. 
Clarke, C. H. 
Harrisburg. 
Villemont. 
Crawford, C.H. 
Greenock. 
Hempstedd,CH 
HotSpring,C.H. 
Batesville. 
Izard, C. H. 
Litchfield. 
Jefferson, C. H. 
Lafayette, C. H. 


Lawrence, .... 

Miller, 

Monroe, 

Phillips, 

Pone 


2,806 

356 

461 

1,152 

1,483 

2,395 

634 

1,505 

640 

2,182 


Jackson. 
Miller, C.H. 
Monroe, C. H. 
Helena. 
Scotia. 


Crittenden, 

Hempstead, . . . 
Hot Spring, . . . 
Independence, . 

Izard, 

Jackson, 

Jefferson, 

Lafayette, 


Pulaski, 

Sevier, 

St. Francis, 

Union, 

Washington, . . 

Total in 1830, 


LITTLE ROCK. 
Paraclifta. 
Franklin. 
Corea Fabre. 
Fayetteviile. 


30,388 





Of the foregoing population, there were, white Males, 14,195; white Females, 11,476; deaf and 
dumb, 10; blind, 8 : total whites, 25,671. Free colored, 141; Slaves, 4,576. Total population in 
1-30, 30,388. 

The following new counties have been laid off since 1830 :— Carroll, Greene, Pike, Scott, and 
Van Buren. 

For the stage route from Little Rock to Bainbridge, Missouri, and Shawneetown, Illinois, see 
route No. 5, Missouri. 



TENNESSEE. 

Like most others of the newly established States, Tennessee derives her 
name from her chief river. In the language of the Indians, by whom this 
district was inhabited when first visited by the whites, the word Ten-assee 
is said to have signified a curved spoon, the curvature to their imagination 
resembling that of the river Tennessee. The territory now comprising this 



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State, was included in the second charter of North Carolina, granted by 
Charles II. in 1664, but no settlement of T/hites was made so far westward 
until 1754, when a few families located themselves on Cumberland river, 
but were driven away by the savages. The first permanent settlement was 
made by the erection of Fort Loudon, in 1757. A war with the Cherokees 
broke out in 1759, and in the ensuing j^ear Fort Loudon was taken, and 
the garrison and the inhabitants massacred. In 1761, Colonel Grant forced 
the Indians to a peace, and a treaty was made with them which encouraged 
emigration. About 1765, settlements commenced on the Holston, and 
gradually increased ; though harassed by Indian warfare, the hardy frontier 
men penetrated deeper and deeper into the forest ; and at the commence- 
ment of the revolutionary war, the population had increased to a considera- 
ble extent, who unanimously supported the measures of Congress against 
the oppressions of the mother country, and were in consequence much 
harassed by the Cherokees, who, incited by the intrigues of the British, 
made numerous attacks upon the frontier settlements. The brilliant victory 
of King's Mountain, achieved by the hardy riflemen of Tennessee and 
Kentucky, was a momentous event in the history of both ; it gave them a 
name in the annals of their country, and by destroying the power of the 
Royalists in that quarter, gave them security against the savages. Internal 
discord, however, distracted the country for several years. 

Between 1784 and 1789, attempts were made to form East Tennessee 
into a separate State, by the name of Frankland. In 1790, North Carolina 
ceded the whole of what is now Tennessee to the United States, and the 
same year it was made the territory south-west of the Ohio. The territo- 
rial government continued until June, 1795, when the inhabitants of both 
Tennessees being found to amount to 77,262 persons, a convention was 
called, which met at Knoxville, Jan. 11, 1796; and on February 9th re- 
ported a Constitution for the new State, which, on the first of June, of the 
same year, was received into the confederacy as an independent member. 

Since the period of her admission into the Union, Tennessee has main- 
tained an honorable rank among her sister States. Her citizens have been 
surpassed by no others in patriotism and bravery, to which the conquest of 
the Seminoles, and still more signally the victory of New Orleans, bear 
vvimess. In population, the growth of this State has been remarkably rapid, 
although many of its citizens have emigrated to the comparatively newer 
settlements in Mississippi and Alabama. 

Tennessee is bounded on the north by Kentucky ; east by North Caro- 
lina; south by Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi; and west by Arkansas 
Territory, from which it is separated by the Mississippi river. It is 430 
miles long, and 104 broad, and contains 40,000 square miles, or 25,600,000 
acres. 

The principal rivers are Mississippi, Tennessee, Cumberland, Clinch, 
Duck, Holston, French-Broad, Nolichucky, Hiwassee, Tellico, Reelfoot, 
Obion, Forked Deer, Wolf, and Elk river. 

Tennessee is washed by the great river Mississippi on the west, and the 
fine rivers Tennessee and Cumberland pass through it in very serpentine 
courses. The western part is undulating ; some of it level ; in the middle 
it is hilly ; and the eastern part, known by the name of East Tennessee, 
abounds in mountains, many of them lofty, and presenting scenery pecu- 
liarly grand and picturesque. Of these mountains the Cumberland, or 



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great Laurel Ridge, is the most remarkable. Stone, Iron, Bald, Smoky, or 
tJnaka mountains, join each other, and form, in a direction nearly no