Register of Debates in Congress, Comprising the Leading Debates and Incidents of the Second Session of the Eighteenth Congress Page: 102
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102 APPENDIX—To Gales & Section's Register.
18th Congress, ) £ , sm^
2cl Session. ^ j
From Orwigsburg, by Schuylkill Haven, Friedenburg, Pine Grove, and Stumpstown, to Jonestown.
From Indiana to Barnett's, in Jefferson county, and to discontinue the post route between Indiana and
From Laurel, by Cannonsferry, Northwest Fork Bridge, and Hunting Creek, to Easton.
From Smyrna, in Kent county, Delaware, to Church Hill, in Queen Ann's county, in Maryland, via Millington,
(late Head of Chester) to Saddler's Cross Roads, in~said state.
From Newton Trap, by Burkitlsvilk and Crampton, to Sharpsburg.
From the village of Harford, in Harford county, Maryland, by Priest Ford, Darlington, and Dublin, in said
eounty, to Conewingo, in Cecil county, Maryland.
From Conewingo, in Cecil county, Maryland, to Lancaster, in Pennsylvania.
From Belle Air, in Harford County, Maryland, to Amos Carman's Public House, in said county.
From Cumberland, by Cresapsburg, to Western Port, and thence, to the Yough Green Glades, in Allegany
From Liberty, by Chambless' Store, to Taylor's Store.
From Middlebourne, by Salem, to Clarksburg.
From Harrisonburg to Franklin,
From Oulpeper Court House to Orange Court House.
From Hagen's Store, in Preston county, to Smithfield, on the Cumberland road.
From Hagen's Store, Crab Orchard, Kingwood, by Armstrong's Cross Roads, Martin's Glady Creek,to Billsburg.
From Lewisburg, by Frankford, to Huntersville.
From Monroe Court House, crossing New River at Henry Ballinger's Ferry, to John Pack's.
From Nicholas Court House to the mouth of Gauly River.
From Fincastle, by Newcastle, Giles Court House, Peterstown, Union, Sweet Springs, Price's and Covington,
Fro n Leesville to Pittsylvania Old Court House.
From Petersburg, by Halifax Court House and Hagood's Store, to Danville.
From Lovingston, by Mill Grove, to Steele's Tavern.
From Lexington, by Pedlar's Mills, to Lynchburg, and to return by Pedlar's Mills, the Narrows and the Forks
of James River, to Lexington.
IN NORTH CAROLINA.
From Ashville, North Carolina, by Philip Britain's, Charles C. Carson's, Eastaloe Gap, M'Kenney's, in Laraway,.
by the High Shoals, Little liiver Keowee, and Boonsford, to Pendleton Court House, South Carolina.
From Raleigh, by little Nat. Jones', to Haywood.
From Statesville, Irudel county, to Wilkesborough, by Mount Pisgah.
From Raleigh, by Kishdam, Stagville, and Mount Tirza, to Roxborough.
From Liiieolnton, by Jacob Fullenwiler's, F.rvinsville, and Mooresborough, to Rutherfordton.
From Elizabeth, by Beatty's Bridge, Long Creek Bridge, and Milton, thence back to Elizabeth.
From Onslow Court House to John A. Everett's.
From Wadesborough to Salisbury, in North Carolina.
From Pittsboro'.igh, by Joseph i. Brook's, William Lindley's store, Jehu Carter's, AUbright's store, Long's store,
Hadley's Mills, Mabin's s'ori, to Greensborough.
From Charlotte, b\ Hopewell Church, to Heattysford.
From Salem, by Clemonstown, to Mocksviile.
From Raleigh, by Smithfield, Wanesborough, Spring Bank, Spring Hill, Hookerton, Kirston, to Newbern.
From Murfreesborough to Windsor.
IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
From Hamburg, by Alexander Stuart's, John Middletons', Richard Park's, Edmund Acheson's and Ewell
HiH's, to Abbeville.
From Columbia, by M'Cord's Ferry, to Nelson's Ferry, on the Santee, intersecting the main route between Cam-
den and < harlefiton.
From Waterborough to the ferk of the Saltcather, St. Bartholomews.
From Cambridge, by Scuffletown, Queensboro', and Golden Grove, to Greenville Court House.
From Creek Agency to Tallahassee, in Florida.
From Houston Court House, by Knoxville, Newman, and Fayetteville, to De Kalb Court House.
From Macon, by Forsyth and Hamilton, to Covington.
From Athens to Lawrenceville, in Gwinett county.
From Morgan Court House, by Kingston, to Athens.
From Washington to Athens.
From Columbia, by Hurt's Cross Roads, Williamsville, at Rock Spring, Fishing Ford, on Dutch River, Farming',
ton, Monroe s, and Fayetteville, to Pulaski,
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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/m1/478/: accessed February 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.