Register of Debates in Congress, Comprising the Leading Debates and Incidents of the Second Session of the Eighteenth Congress Page: 100
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100 A PPENDTX—-To Gales Section's Register.
18^1 SESSGionSS' \ Lam °f the United Sta'eS'
J]N ACT to establish certain Post Roads, and to discontinue others.
Be it enacted, &c. That the following Post Roads be established:
From Camden to Vinalhaven.
From Portland, by Cumberland, Walnut Hill, in North Yarmouth, Pownal, Durham, Lisbon Four Corners,
■Lisbon Little River Villag-e, Bowdoin, Litchfield, and Hallowell, to Augusta; and that the present post road from
Freeport to Bowdoin be discontinued.
From Rumfordpoint to Andover, in th« county of Oxford.
From Portland through Westbrook, Falmouth, Gray, New Gloucester, Portland, Minot, Turner, Livermore, Jay,
Wilton, to Farmington.
From Bangor, by Orino, Birch Steam Settlement, Kilmarnock, Maxfield, Siboois, Piscataquois, Passamaduko,
Snnkhase, and Edington, to Bangor.
From Bangor to Houlton Plantations.
From Anson, by Embden and Concord, to Bingham.
From Craig's Mills to Otisfield.
From the Great Falls in Berwick, by Berwick and South Berwick, Elliott and Kittery, to Portsmouth, in the.
state of New Hampshire.
From Paris to Augusta, through Buckfield, the South part of Hartford, and the North part of Turner, and
through Wayne and Winthrop.
IN NEW HAMPSHIRE.
From Andover and Grafton Turnpike, by Andover, Banbury, Grafton, Orange, Canaan, and Lime, to Orford.
From Dover, by Rochester, Milton, Wakefield, Ossipee East of the Lake, and Eaton, to Conway.
From Newport, by Croydon and Grantham, to Lebanon.
From New Ipswich, through Peterborough, to Hancock.
From Manchester, hy Arlington, to Cambridge in New York.
From St. Alban's, by Sheldon, and Enosbnrg, to Berkshire.
From West Poultney, by Hampton, to Fairhaven.
From Middlebury. in Vermont, to Bridport, Chimney Point, Lumber Point, and Moriah Post Office, to Eliza-
bethtown, in the State of New York.
From Danville, through Walden, Hardwiclc, Greensborough, Craftsbury, Kelly-vale, and Montgomery, to
. From Southbridge, in Massachusetts, by the Presbyterian Meeting House, in the second society in Wood-
stock, by Eastford Society, in Ashford, Chaplin, Windham, Franklin, to Chelsea Landing, in Norwich, Con-
That the mail from Norwaik to Bridgeport, shall pass from Kellogg-'s Mill, through the village of Millriver,
to the village of Fairfield, in Connecticut.
From Boston, by Bolton, Sterling, Princeton, Barre, Shutesburv, Leveret, and Sunderland, to Bloody Brook-
From Worcester to Boylestown, Sterling, Lancaster, Harvard, Littleton, Westf'ord, Chelmsford, to the East
Chelmsford Post Office, Massachusetts.
From Lancaster, by Sterling, Princeton, Hubbardstown, Petersham, New Salem, Wendell, and Montague, to
Greenfield; and that the Post road from Springfield, in Massachusetts, to Stafford, in Connecticut, be discon-
IN NEW YORK.
From Chitteningo toTavetteville.
From Oxford, by Macdottough and German, to Cincinnatus.
From Schenectady, by Alexander's Bridge, to liallslon.
From the Albany and Schenectady turnpike, by the Hallston turnpike, to Alexander's Bridge.
From MamakatinfT, by Nevcrpink Falls, to Colchester.
From the village of Seneca Falls, to the town ot Romulus, in the county of Seneca.
From Syracuse to Tully.
From Ooopertown to Richfield Springs.
From Ksperauce, by Eaton's Corners, Duanesbtirg, and Minaville, to Amsterdam.
From Eaton's Corners, Dcianesburg, Princetown, Rotterdam, to Schenectadv.
From the village of Oswego, through Newark, Berkshire and Virgil, to the village of Cortland in Corthnd
From Watertown, by A dams and Mansville, to Sandy Creek, and from thence to Richland, Union Square. Colosse
Central Square, Cicero and Salina, to Syracuse. '
, From Pike, by Eagle, to China.
From Hamburg, by F.den and Collin?, to Perrysborg.
From Fredonia, bv Gerry and St. Clairsville, to Jamestown.
Fro,m Murray, by Clarendon and Byron, to }3atavia.
From G ines to Barr<.
From Catskill, by Hunter, to Lexington, instead of going from Lexington to Lexington Heights.
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Gales, Joseph, 1761-1841. Register of Debates in Congress, Comprising the Leading Debates and Incidents of the Second Session of the Eighteenth Congress, book, 1825; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc30752/m1/476/: accessed September 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.