TWELFTH CONGRESS.Sess. I. Ch. 80.1812.
Post roads established.That the following post roads be established:
In New Hampshire.—From Hopkinton, through Warner, Bradford, Fisherfield, Wendell and Newport, to Cornish in the county of Cheshire. From Concord in the county of Rockingham, through Weare, Dearing, Hancock and Packersfield, to Keene in the county of Cheshire. From Gilmanton to Meredith. From Concord, by Loudon, Gilmanton, Meredith and New Holderness, to Plymouth, thence by New Hampton, Sandbornton, Northfield and Canterbury to Concord.
Massachusetts.—From Blue Hill to Sedgwick. From Kennebunk to Arundel. From Readfield, by Fayette, to Livermore.
Rhode Island.—From Providence, through Gloucester, to Pomfret in the state of Connecticut.
Connecticut.—From Canton in Hartford county, by New Hartford and Torrington, to Goshen, in Litchfield County. From Hartford, through Bristol, Plymouth, Watertown, Woodbury, Southbury and Newtown, to Danbury.
New York.—From Jamaica, through the Alley and by the head of Cowneck, to Hempstead harbor, and through Oyster bay to Huntington; this is declared to be an alteration of the existing post route. From Trip’s hill, by Montgomery Courthouse, to Sheldon’s in the county of Oneida. From Madison, by Cazenovia, to Manlius. From Rome, through Constantia and Mexico, to Oswego. From Kinderhook in New York, by Spencer town, to Weststockbridge in Massachusetts.
New Jersey.—From Morristown to Easton in Pennsylvania. From Scotch Plains to New Providence. From Salem, by Hancock’s bridge and New Canton, to Greenwich in Cumberland county.
Pennsylvania.—From Bedford, by Stoystown and Ligoniers, to Greensburg. From Pittsburg, by Baldwin’s mills, Steubenville and Cadiz, to Cambridge, in the state of Ohio. From Quakerton, by Saucona, to Northampton. From Belfont, by the counties of Clearfield and Jefferson, to Venango. From Bear Gap, by Danville, to Washington. From New Alexandria to Pittsburg. From Greensburg to New Castle in the county of Mercer.
Ohio.—From New Lisbon, by Wayne Courthouse, Richland Courthouse and Knox Courthouse; returning by Coshocton Courthouse and Canton, to New Libson. From Chilicothe, by Fayette Courthouse, Green Courthouse and Dayton, to Eaton; returning from Green Courthouse, by Clinton Courthouse and Greenfield, to Chilicothe. From Urbana to Springfield. From Galliopolis to Athens in Ohio. From Huron to Danbury.
Maryland.—From Princess Ann to the corner where the roads from Point and Pocomoke intersect. From Annapolis, by Broad Creek in Kent Island and Queen’s town, to Centreville.
Virginia.—From Dunkirk, to New Kent Courthouse. From Front Royal to Waynesborough. The post road from Stannardsville, in Orange county, to Port Republican, in Rockingham, is declared to be altered so as to pass over the South Mountain at Brown’s turnpike on the same. From Paris in Fauquier county to Gibson’s store. From Staunton, by Pendleton Courthouse, to Beverly. From Halifax Courthouse to Danville, and from Beverly to Clarksburg.
Kentucky.—From Washington, by Flemingsburg, to Mount Sterling. From Grayson to Butler Courthouse. From Russellville to Isbellville in Christian county. From Nicholasville, by the mouth of Hickman and Bellises mill, to Danville, Kentucky.
Tennessee.—From Carthage to New Glasgow in Kentucky. From Hopkinsville in Kentucky, to Clarksville in Tennessee; and from thence, by Dickson Courthouse and M’Allister’s cross-roads, to Columbia in Tennessee.North Carolina.—