TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 271. 1836. 103 city, Indiana, to Juliet, in Cook county, Illinois, thence to Dixon’s ferry, on Rock river, and thence to Savannah, on the Mississippi river. From New Boston, in Mercer county, via the Pine bluffs, in township sixteen north, of range five west, to Rock island. From Canton, in Fulton county, via Farmington, to Peoria, in Peoria county. From Chicago, via Meacham’s Grove, Elgin, on the Fox river, Squaw prairie, on the Kishwaka, and Midway, on Rock river, to Galena. From Chicago, northwestwardly, to cross the Duplain river, at Talcott’s, via Elk Grove, to Fox river, at George McClure’s. From Ottowa, in Lasalle county, up Fox river, until it intersects the State road from Chicago to Galena, at or near Pawpaw. From Lower Alton, via the head of Piasa creek, at Simmon’s towns of Delaware, Greenfield, Athens, Brown’s point, to Jacksonville. From Charleston, in Coles county, to the town of Greenup. From Frankford, via Brownsville, Gills’s ferry, on the Mississippi, to Jackson, Cape Girardeau county, in Missouri. From Danville, via Decatur, to Springfield. From Carrollton and Grafton, to Portage Des Sioux and Saint Charles, in Missouri. From Danville to Ottowa, From Princeton, in Putnam county, via Brigham’s and Dimmick’s grove, to the Pawpaw grove. From Bay- ville, Pike county, to Pittsfield. From Knoxville, via Henderson, White Oak grove, Cleveland, and mouth of Plumb river, to Galena. From Mount Carmel, in Wabash, to Maysville, in Clay county. From Fairfield, in Wayne county, to, Salem, in Marion county. From Terre Haute, in Indiana, to Vandalia, in Illinois, along the National road. From McLeansboro’, in Hamilton county, via Crouch’s, to Ma1den’s mills, in Wayne county. From Alton, on the State road, to Carlinville, on the State road. From Carthage, Illinois, to Fort Madison, in Desmoine county, Michigan. From Carlisle, in Clinton county, via Greenville, to Hillsboro'. From Meredosia, in Morgan county, via Vandevonter, to Rushville. From Liberty, in Adams county, to Davidson’s, Mount Sterling and Rushville. From Logansport, Cass county, Indiana, to the seat of justice in Iroquois county, in Illinois. From Monmouth, in Warren county, to the Yellow banks, on the Mississippi. From Buffalo grove, in Joe Daviess county, to the mouth of Plumb river, on the Mississippi. From Mount Carmel to Lawrenceville. From Charleston, in Coles county, via Greenup, Newton, and Stringtown, to Lawrenceville, in Lawrence county. From Unity to the mouth of the Ohio river. From Jacksonville, via Havannah, to Pekin. From Pleasant grove, in Tazewell county, via Pekin and Canton, to Lewistown, Fulton county. From Frankfort, via Bainbridge’s store, to Jonesboro'. From Frankfort, via Whiteside’s, to Golconda. From Unity to Smithfield, on the Mississippi. From Alton, via Terry’s landing, on the Illinois river, to Gilead, in Calhoun county. From Belleville to Pinckneyville. From Mount Carmel, by Albion and Fairfield, to Salem. From Vandalia, by Hillsboro', to Carlinsville. From Jacksonville to Carlinsville. From Danville to Springfield. From Jacksonville, by Pittsfield, to Burnett’s ferry. From Golconda, by Frankfort, to Mount Vernon. From St. Louis, Missouri, by Jacksonville, Beardstown, Rushville, Macomb, Monmouth, and Fort Armstrong, to Galena. From Chicago, by Ottawa, Utica, Peoria, Canton, Lewiston, and Rushville, to Quincy. From Carthage, by Commerce, to Fort Desmoines. From Richlandtown, by Burlington, to Macomb. From Stephenson to Davenport, Wisconsin Territory. From Kaskaskia, by Pollocks, to Belleville, and from Nashville to Mount Vernon. From Lawrenceville to Palestine. From Savannah, Illinois, to Bellevue, Wisconsin Territory. In Alabama.-From Columbiana, in the county of Shelby,via Mineral In Alabama. Springs, to Syllacogy, in Talladega county. From Jacksonville, in Benton county, to Bennettsville, in St.Clair county. From Tuscaloosa, via Romulus, Mosely and Cook’s store, to Pleasant Ridge post office, in Pickens
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