United States Statutes at Large/Volume 4/22nd Congress/1st Session/Chapter 141

United States Statutes at Large, Volume 4
United States Congress
Public Acts of the Twenty-Second Congress, First Session, Chapter 141

June 15, 1832.
Chap. CXLI.—An Act to establish certain post-roads, and to alter and discontinue others; and for other purposes.
Post-roads to be established.Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following be established as post-roads:

Post-roads established.
In Maine.—From East Machias, by Whiting, to Little River harbour, in the county of Washington. From Dennysville, in Washington county, by Charlotte, Cooper, and Alexander, to Baring. From East Machias to Cutler. From Bangor, in Penobscot county, by Brewer, Plantation number eight, to Ellsworth, in the county of Hancock; thence by Mariaville, to Plantation number twenty-six, in said county of Hancock. From Waterville, in Kennebeck county, by Winslow, Clinton, Milburn, Cornville, Athens, Brighton, Fordstown, Fosstown, and Blanchard, to Monson; and from Brighton to Wellington, in the county of Somerset. From Thomastown, in the county of Lincoln, by Tenant’s harbour and Moscheto harbour, to St. George. From Waldoborough, in Lincoln county, by Washington and Liberty, to Montville, in Waldo county. From Fryeburg, in the county of Oxford, to Chatham, New Hampshire. From Brunswick, in Cumberland county, by Topsham and Lisbon, to Greene, in the county of Kennebeck. From Westbrook, in Cumberland county, up the west side of Presumscut river, to intersect the road from Standish to Gray, at the carrying place on Sebago pond. From Anson, by Bingham, in Somerset county, by the forks of Kennebeck river, thence on the Canada road, to the Canada line. From West Jefferson, in Lincoln county, by Trask’s mills and Sheepscot bridge, to Wiscasset. From Brownville, by Kilmarnock, to the easterly part of Milo. From Saco, by Biddeford, the northerly part of Kennebunk port, and the centre of Lyman, to Alfred. From Exeter, by Corrina and St. Albans, to the intersection of the mail-route from Pittsfield to St. Albans. From Factory village, by Sebattus village, in Lisbon, to Greene. From Passadumkeag post-office, in the county of Penobscot, in the state of Maine, by Treat’s mills, through number one, to Page’s mills, so called; and through number two, Herd’s ridge, to number four, Mullitt’s mills, in said county. From Gray, in the county of Cumberland, by Standish, to Alfred in the county of York. From Camden, through Hope and Appleton, to Montville, in the county of Waldo. From Prospect West village, to James Black’s, in Prospect, in the county of Waldo. From Bangor, by Hermon, Levant, Stetson, North Newport, and Corrina, to St. Albans. From the town of Portland, through Westbrook, Scarborough, Buxton, Hollis, a part of Waterborough, Limerick, and Newfield, to Plymouth, in New Hampshire, by way of Ossipee corner, Tuftonborough corner, and Moultonborough, passing on the south side of Ossipee mountain. From Phillips, through Berlin, to Weld, in the county of Oxford. From Bangor, in the county of Penobscot, by Dutton west post-office, Levant, Corinth west post-office, Garland, Dover, Foxcroft, Sangerville, Guilford, Abbot, Monson, to the post-office in Fullerstown, in the county of Somerset. From the upper village in Farmington, by Keith’s mills, Sewall’s mills, in Chesterville, north-easterly corner of Fayette, Taylor’s mills, and Dunn’s tavern, in Mount Vernon, Hoyt’s tavern, in Readfield, and Augusta, to Hallowell. From the post-office in Mount Desert, in the county of Hancock, to the Seal Cove, in the same township. From Winslow, by Clinton, Pittsfield, Palmyra, south-east corner of Saint Albans, Corinna, and Dexter to Dover. From Alfred, through Waterborough, Limerick and Cornish, to Hiram Bridge. From the North-west harbour to the South-east harbour in Deer Island.

N. Hampshire.In New Hampshire.—From Derry, Chester, and Candia, to South Deerfield. From Wakefield, in the county of Strafford, over Fogg’s hill, to Effingham. From Sanbornton bridge, by the centre of Franklin, Salisbury post-office, and the westerly part of Boscawen, to Hopkinton village. From Dunstable, by Milford, Wilton, Hancock, Stoddard, Alstead east parish, Paper mill village in Alstead, Langdon, to Charlestown. From Dover, by Madbury, Barrington, Stafford, Barnstead, Gilmanton, and Guilford, to Meredith bridge. From Northumberland, through Piercy, Winslow’s location, Dummer, Berlin, to Milan. From Great Falls, by Post-roads established.Lebanon, Sanford, Emery’s mills, in Shapleigh, Acton corner, and Newfield, by the post-offices called by those names, and through the west part of Parsonsfield, to the post-office in Effingham. From Concord, by Loudon, Lower Gilmanton iron works, Alton bay, Plainfield corner, Union Village, Farmington, Middleton corner, and Brookfield corner, to Smith’s bridge, in Wolfborough, and return by the North meeting-house, in Alton, to Alton bay. From Meredith bridge, by Gilford centre, to Alton bay. From Concord, by Loudon mills, and Louden, to Gilmanton Courthouse. From Concord, by Epsom, North Deerfield, Nottingham centre, Wadleigh’s falls in Lee, to Lamprey River village, in Newmarket. From Concord, by Pembroke, Allenstown, West Deerfield, South Deerfield, Raymond, Epping, Exeter, Stratham, and Greenland, to Portsmouth. From Concord, by Hooksett, Candia, Raymond, Poplin, and Brentwood, to Exeter. From Concord, by Dunbarton, Goffstown, New Boston, Amherst, Milford, Wilton, Mason harbour, New Ipswich, Ashby, and Ashburnham, to Fitchburgh, in Massachusetts. From Newport, by Wendell North Village, New London, and Wilmot, to Andover. From Newport, by Wendell, Fisherfield, Bradford, Heniker, Weare and New Boston, to Amherst. From Bath to Landaff. From Lisbon to Lyman village. From Hooksett, by Westchester, Chester, Sandown, and Hawke, to Kingston.

Vermont.In Vermont.—From Brattleborough, in Windham county, by Guilford Centre, to Halifax. From Brandon, in Rutland county, to Shoreham, in Addison county. From Hancock, by Goshen, to Brandon, in the county of Rutland. From Swanton, in Franklin county, by Alburg, to Champlain, in the county of Clinton, and state of New York. From Randolph to Chelsea, in Orange county. From Elmore to Walcott. From Lynden, in Caledonia county, by Burke, Newark, Randon, Charleston, East village and West village, and Salem, to Child’s mills, in Derby, in the county of Orleans. From Sunderland, by Stratton, to Wardsborough. From Waterford Lower Bridge, in Caledonia county, by Concord and St. Johnsbury East village, to Lyndon. From Windsor in Windsor county, by Downer’s inn, in Weathersfield, the North village in Springfield, the North and South villges in Chester, Cambridge Port, to Athens. From Wells River village, in Newbury, by Groton, to Topsham and West Topsham, in Orange county. From Middlebury, by Weybridge Lower Falls, to Addison. From Keene, through Westmoreland, in the state of New Hampshire; thence through Putney, Brookline, Newfane, Wardsboro’, and Stratton, to Sunderland. From Corinth, by Corinth East village, Topsham Town-house, Groton village, near Groton mills, to Peacham. From Randolph, by Randolph west village, the east part of Braintree, west part of Brookfield, east part of Roxbury, to the Centre village of Northfield.

Massachusetts.Massachusetts.—From Florida, by Monroe, in Franklin county, and Readsborough and Whitingham, to Halifax, in the county of Windham in Vermont. From Colerain, in the county of Franklin, through North Heath to Whitingham, in Vermont. From Westfield through Otis and Tyringham, to Great Barrington. From Fitchburg, in Worcester county, by Lunenburg, Townsend harbour, Pepperell, Dunstable, Tyngsborough and North Chelmsford, to Lowell, in the county of Middlesex. From New Bedford, in Bristol county, to the village of Padanaram, in Dartmouth. From Enfield, by Greenwich, Dana, Petersham, Templeton, Westminster, Fitchburg, Lunenburg, Shirley, Groton, Westford and Chelmsford, to Lowell. From the centre of Annisquam parish, in Gloucester, to the post-office in said Gloucester. From Greenfield, by Deerfield, to the centre of Whately. From North Adams, in the state of Massachusetts, through Clarksburg, thence through Stamford and Readsborough, in the state of Vermont, to intersect the mail route from Brattleboro’ to Bennington. From South Plympton to Middleborough Post-roads established.Four Corners. From Keene, New Hampshire, through Troy, Fitzwilliam, Winchendon, Ashburnham, Fitchburg, Leominster, Lancaster, Bolton, Stow, Waltham, Watertown and Cambridge, to Boston, Massachusetts. From Danvers to Salem. From Norfolk to New Marlborough, North.

Rhode Island.In Rhode Island.—From Newport to Block Island. From Providence, by Cranston Bank, Lippitt, Phœnix, Harris’s and Arkwright’s factories, in the county of Providence, to the village of Fiskville, in said county of Providence.

Connecticut.In Connecticut.—From Tolland to Bolton, in the county of Tolland. From Wolcottsville, by Winstead, Hitchcocksville, and West Hartland, to West Granville, in Hampden county, Massachusetts. From Hartford, in Hartford county, by Wintonbury, Simsbury, West Granby, Hartland, Granville, in Massachusetts, Tolland and New Boston, to Standisfield in the county of Berkshire. From Middletown, by Meriden, Cheshire, Waterbury, Middlebury, Southbury, Newton, to Danbury. From the post-office in Greenwich to the village of Stanwich. From New London to Sag Harbour, in New York. From Tolland, through the northerly parts of Willington, Ashford, and Woodstock, in Connecticut, south part of Dudley, South Oxford, Sutton, Northbridge, Upton, Hopkinton, Sherburne, Natick, and Needham, to Boston; said route is on Central turnpike. From Essex, in the town of Saybrook, through the towns of Lyme, Salem and Montville, to the city of Norwich. From Waterbury, in New Haven county, to Colebrook, in Litchfield county; said route to follow the Waterbury river turnpike road in the valley of the Waterbury river, to Colebrook, intersecting at Colebrook the mail-route which now runs from Winsted to Stockbridge, in Massachusetts. From East Haddam Landing by Westchester, to the borough of Colchester. From Kent, in the county of Litchfield, to the town of Cornwall, in said county, on the direct road from the post-office in said Kent, to the post-office at Cornwall Bridge in said Cornwall. From Stafford’s Springs post-office, by the Old Furnace on what is called the Somers and Woodstock turnpike road, by Bartlett’s mills, to Somer’s street. From Norwalk, through Weston and Redding, to Newtown. From the borough of Bridgeport in Fairfield county, through Nicholl’s farms, on the Wells Hollow Turnpike road, by Derby and Humphreysville, to Salem bridge in New Haven county. From Wilton to Ridgefield. From Norwalk to New Canaan. From Norwich city through Preston, Griswold, and Voluntown, on the Shetucket turnpike, to Scituate in Rhode Island.

New York.In New York.—From Madison, in Madison county, by Augusta, Vernon Centre, Vernon, Verona, to Rome. From Mount Morris, in Livingston county, by Tuscarora, Ossian, Burrell’s mills, to Dewitt’s valley in the county of Alleghany. From Nunda, in Alleghany county, to Ossian. From Portageville, in Alleghany county, by Oakland and Tuscarora, to Danville, in the county of Livingston. From Italy, in the county of Yates, by Pultneyville post-office, Pultney, in Steuben county, to Hammondsport. From Horse Head, by Erin, to Cayuta, in Tioga county. From Maccumber’s, in Susquehannah county, Pennsylvania, by Silver lake, and Ellerslie, to Owego, in Tioga county. From Otego, by Gilbertsville, to Unadilla. From Romulus, by Waterloo, to Phelps. From the town of Somers, in the county of West Chester, to Lundington’s store, in the town of Kent, in the county of Putnam. From the town of Flatbush to the town of New Utrecht, in the county of Kings. From Greene, in Chenango county, by Spee’s Spa, to McDonough. From Marbletown, in Ulster county, by Craig’s store, in Olive, to the nearest post-office in Shandaken, on the route from Kingston, in said county, to Delhi, in Delaware county. From Sangerfield, in Oneida county, by Brookfield, in Madison county, to Sherburne. From Scotland, in Rockland county, by Hempstead, English Church, and Haverstraw, Post-roads established.to Monroe ironworks in the county of Orange. From Deposite, in Delaware county, by Stanville and Jackson, to Gibson, in Susquehannah county, Pennsylvania. From Tyronne, in Steuben county, to Rock Stream. From Jordan, in Onondago county, to Ira. From South Bainbridge, in Chenango county, by Coventryville, to Oxford. From Glenn’s Falls, in Warren county, by Northville, to Patton’s mills, in the county of Washington. From Batavia, on the line between Bethany and Alexander, in the county of Genesee, by Attica and Middlebury, through the east part of Orangeville, to Wethersfield. From Watertown, in Jefferson county, by Brownville, La Fargeville, to Cornelia, at the mouth of French creek, on the river St. Lawrence; thence by De Paulville to Brownville. From Cuba village, in Alleghany county, by Dodge’s creek, to Mill Grove, in Cattaragus county. From Hueville, by Depeyster and Washband settlements, to Oxbow, in Jefferson county. From Buffalo, in Erie county, by Aurora, Wales, Holland, Sardinia, China, Freedom, Caneadea, and Belfast, to Angelica, in Alleghany county. From Daggett’s mills to Lawrenceville, in Tioga county, Pennsylvania. From New Berlin, by Pittsfield, and Edmeston, to Morse’s store, in Otsego county. From Port Kent, on Lake Champlain, by the way of the Au Sable Forks, to Eastville post-office, in the town of Lawrence, St. Lawrence county. From Duanesburg to Schoharie courthouse. From New York city, by Williamsburg, to Flushing, on Long Island. From Addison, in the county of Steuben, by way of Cameron and Canisteo, to Hornelsville. From Caughnawaga to Fultonville. From Painted Post to Number One settlement. From South Sparta, to Livonia, passing through the east part of the towns of Sparta, Groveland, and Conesus. The route from Goff’s mills to South Danville shall pass by the way of the Loon Lake settlement. From Angelica, by Short Tract, Oakland, River Road, to Moscow. From Sawpit in the county of West Chester, by the way of the White Plains, to Tarrytown. From the house of Alanson Burr, in the town of Caneadea, in the county of Alleghany, by the way of Rushford, to Farmersville, in the county of Cattaragus. From the house of Captain William Bennett, in the town of Canisteo, in the county of Steuben, by the way of Purdy Creek settlement, and Alfred, to Scio, in the county of Alleghany. From Fort Miller to Craigsborough. From West Bloomfield, in the county of Ontario, by North Bloomfield, and Norton’s mills, to Webster’s mills, in the town of Rush, in the county of Monroe. From the forks of the Great au Sable river to Hopkington. From Utica to New York mills. From Colosse, in the county of Oswego, through the towns of Parish and Amboy, to Camden post-office, in Oneida county. From Corydon, by Pleasant Grove and Sociality, to Persia, (formerly West Lodi,) in the county of Cattaragus. From Auburn to Montezuma, passing through Fosterville, and from Montezuma to Wolcott, passing through Savannah and Butler. From Spraker’s Basin, in Montgomery county, through the towns of Sharon, Cobleskill, Summit, and Jefferson, to Harpersfield, in the county of Delaware. Extend route number tow hundred and eighty-eight commencing at Elmira in the county of Tioga, New York and running from thence to McConnelltown, Sing Sing, Townsend, and Wardsburgh, to Harpending’s corners, in the county of Yates; and the continuance of said route to Geneva, in Ontario county, via Himrod’s corners, West Dresden, and from thence to Geneva, by the Lake road. On the east side of the Susquehannah river, from the town of Bainbridge, in the county of Chenango, through the towns of Colesville and Windsor, to the Windsor bridge. From Stephen King’s, South Pembrook, south by the post-office in the town of Bennington, to the post-office in the centre of Sheldan, in Genesee county. From Medina, in the county of Orleans, to the village of Akron, and thence across to the New Stead post-office in the county of Erie. From New Woodstock, through De Ruyter, Post-roads established.Pitcher, Cincinnatus, and Lisle, to Binghampton. From the village of Owego, to the village of Nichols; thence, through the southwest part of the town of Windham, near the dwelling-house of the late Joseph Webster, to the town of Orwell, near the dwelling-house of Daniel Russell, and from thence through the towns of Rome, and Wysox, to the village or borough of Towanda, in the state of Pennsylvania. From Painted Post, up the Conisteo, to the village of Honnelsville. From Lysander, in the county of Onondaga, to Fulton, in the county of Oswego, by the way of Dunhamsville, in the county of Onondaga, and Granby, in the county of Oswego. From Cambria to Youngstown. From Lockport to Kempville, by way of Newfane post-office, on the east side of the eighteen mile creek in the county of Niagara. From Lodi to Silver creek, by way of Smith’s mills, and Rugg’s settlement, in the county of Chautauque. From Chester, in an easterly direction through the settlement at Briant Lake mills, Briant Lake settlement, and Haynsburgh, to the town of Bolton in the county of Warren. From Coldenham, in Orange county, by the way of St. Andrew’s, to Walden. From Searsville, in Sullivan county, passing through the villages of Hopewell, and Searsburgh, and Montgomery, in Orange county, to Crawford, in Ulster county. From Bedford courthouse, in the county of West Chester, by Golden’s bridge, to South East, in the county of Putnam. From Burlington, in the county of Otsego, through New Berlin, to the village of Norwich, in the county of Chenango. From Comstock Landing, on the Northern canal, in the town of Fort Ann, county of Washington, to the courthouse in Rutland, in the county of Rutland, in the state of Vermont; through west and middle Granville, west and east Poultney, Middletown, Ira, and west Rutland. From Lockport, to Niagara Falls, by the direct road through Judd’s settlement. From Scottsville, by the way of Chili and Ogden, to Parma, in the county of Monroe. From Belfast, by King’s Mills, and Rushford, to Farmersville, in Cataraugus county. From South Worcester, to Worcester, in Otsego county. From Walton, in Delaware county, to Unadilla, in Otsego county. From Mooresville, in Delaware county, by Roxbury, Halcottsville, Middletown, Shavertown, Pepacton, Colchester, East Branch Patridge Island, and Hancock, to Deposite. From Deposite, in Delaware county, by Masonville, to Sidney Plains. From Troy through the villages of Albia, Wynants Hill, Sandlake, and Schermerhorn, to the village of New-Lebanon Springs.

New Jersey.In New Jersey.—From Salem, in Salem county, by Craven’s ferry, to Pedrickstown. From Salem, in Salem county, by Pittsgrove, to Centreville. From Hackensack to Paterson. From Columbia to Schooley’s mountain, passing by Hope, Danville, Hackettstown, and Nimrod’s Springs.

Pennsylvania.In Pennsylvania.—From York, in York county, by Brillinger’s mills, to New Holland. From Cochransville, in Chester county, by Cooper’s cross roads, Smoker’s tavern, and Steel’s mills, to Williamstown, in Lancaster county. From Montrose, Susquehannah county, by Brooklyn, Harford, to Gibson. From L Catlins, in Blakely, in Luzerne county, Pennsylvania, by Carbondale, to Canaan four corners, Wayne county. From Indiana, in Indiana county, by Mitchell’s mills, and Cherry Tree, to Curwinsville, in Clearfield county. From Easton, by Howertown, Kirnsville, and Grimsville, to Hamburgh, in Berks county. From Gettysburgh, in Adam’s county, to Newville, in Cumberland county. From Milesburgh, in Centre county, by Glen’s mills, Hannah furnace, up the Bald Eagle valley, to Warrior’s Marktown, in Huntingdon county. From New Castle, by Mount Jackson, and Greersburg, to Georgetown, in Beaver county. From Carpenter’s point, in Orange county, New York, along the canal, to Honesdale, and Bethany, in Wayne county, Pennsylvania. From Mifflintown, in Mifflin county, by Run gap, and Ickesburgh, to Landisburgh, in Perry county. From Harrisburgh, by Wormleysburg, Post-roads established.Fairview, Jacob’s mills, Bowman’s mills, Clark’s ferry, and Boward’s, to Sterrett’s gap, in Cumberland county. From Waynesburg, in Green county, to Union Town, in Fayette county. From Meadville, in Crawford county, by Sagerstown, Stebbins, and Crainsville, to Fairview, in Erie county. From the Springhouse, by Dresher’s town, to Jenkentown, in Montgomery county. From the borough of York, through the borough of Marietta, to the city of Lancaster. From Stoystown, in Somerset county, by Johnstown, Bolivar, India, and Abnerville, to Blairsville, in the county of Indiana. From Pottsville to Pine grove. From Norristown, by Worcester, and Skippackville, to Sumneytown, in Montgomery county. From Halifax, in Dauphin county, to Buchanan’s forge. From Kutztown to Hamburg, in Berks county. From Chestnut hill, in Philadelphia county, by Hickorytown, to Perkiomen bridge, in Montgomery county. From Washington, in Washington county, by Taylorstown, to West Liberty, in Virginia. From Pittsburgh, by Noblestown, Cross-creek village, Patterson’s mills, to Independence, in Washington county. From McVeytown, in Mifflin county, along the north side of the Juniata river, by Newton, Hamilton, crossing at Hugh Doyle’s ford, or at the mill of Samuel H. Bell, to Shirleysburgh; returning by Bell’s mill, on the south side of the river, by Charles Bratton’s, to McVeytown. From Gettysburg, by Hunterstown, New Chester, Hampton, to Berlin, in the county of Adams. From the house of John C. Riley, in Wayne county, through Bethany, to Clarkstown. From McConnelsburgh, Bedford county, in Pennsylvania, by Warfordsburgh, to Hancock, in Maryland. From Erie, through Wattsburgh, in Erie county, and Columbus, in Warren county, to the town of Warren. From West Greenville, via Clarksville, in Mercer county, Sharon, and Doctor John Mitcheltree’s, to New Bedford. From Mauch Chunk to Pottsville, in Schuylkill county, by way of Tamaqua, on the west side of Little Schuylkill, Tuscarora, Middleport, and Port Carbon. From Leipersville to Tinicum. From Liberty, Tioga county, by A Morris’, by William Babb’s, to Wellsborough. From Meadville, by Guy’s settlement, Kingsley’s settlement, Centreville, Oil creek, to Perry post-office, in Venango county. That the post-route, number eleven hundred and sixty-six, from Franklin, in Venango county, to Waterford, shall be so altered in its course as to include Cooperstown. From the borough of Muncey, in Lycoming county, past Smith’s mills, to Millville post-office, in Columbia county. From the village of Harrisville, in the county of Butler, to Cochranton, in the county of Crawford, by way of Williamsburg. From Oxford village to Mount Vernon. From Brownsburg to Taylor’s ferry, Dollington, and Newton, all in Bucks county. From Westfield to Brookfield, in Tioga county. From Reading, in the county of Berks, via Bernville and Rehrersburg, to Pine grove, in Schuylkill county. That the post-route from Meadville, Crawford county, to Warren, Warren county, shall be so altered as to embrace Centreville, and Sparta in Crawford county, in its course from Taylor’s stand to east Bloomfield. From the borough of Beaver, via Fallston, Brighton, and the valley of Beaver and Shenango, to the borough of Newcastle, and thence, by the way of New Wilmington, to the borough of Mercer. From Sumneytown, by Schwenck’s store, to the Trap, in Montgomery county. From Windgap post-office, in Northampton county, by Gross’ tavern, and David Heimback’s forge, to Lehigh Gap. From Newcastle, in Mercer county, to Harmony, in Butler county. From Mifflinville, in Columbia county, through Nescopec valley, by Martin Rittenhouse’s mills, to Conyngham town, in Luzerne county, Pennsylvania. From Washington, by Hickory, Burgettstown, Briceland’s cross roads, in Washington county, Pennsylvania, Manchester, in Brook county, Virginia, to Wellsville, in Ohio. From Montrose, in Susquehannah county, by Auburn, to Black Walnut bottom, or Braintrem, in Luzerne county. From Lennox, in Susquehannah county, by the Post-roads established.Kentucky settlement, Gibson, Vermont settlement, and Harmony, to Great Bend. To extend route number eleven hundred and ninety-nine, (from Blairsville to Ligonier,) to Conemaugh, in Cambria county. From Venango furnace, in Venango county, to Agnew’s mills, in said county. From Yocumtown, through Newberrytown, to York haven, in said county of York. From Harrison valley, in Potter county, to Sweden, via Cashingsville. From Martingsburgh, in Bedford county, to Coffee run, in Huntingdon county. From or near the William Penn tavern, in Willistown; thence, by the way of West-town boarding-school, Darlington’s, Parkersville, New Red Lion, London Grove; thence, by Stephen’s mill and to New London cross roads, in the county of Chester. From Pottstown, in the county of Montgomery, passing through Boyersville, by way of Colebrook dale, Dale forge, and Reuben Trexter’s store, in Berks county, through Millerstown, and thence the nearest route to the borough of Northampton, in Lehigh county. From Allentown, in Lehigh county, by way of Siegersville, to Saegersville, in said county. From Greensburgh, by Robbstown in Westmoreland county, and thence by way of Cookstown, to Brownville, in Fayette county. From Hamburgh, via Union iron works, in Berks county, to Lynville, in Lehigh county. From Lawrenceburgh, in Armstrong county, by Foxburgh, Emlenton, Lyon’s ferry; and Venango village, to McQuiston’s, on the Waterford and Anderson’s creek turnpike. From Minorsville by Boleck’s tavern and Waynesburg, to Clingerstown, in Schuylkill county. From Jersey shore, Lycoming county, up the valleys of Pine creek, via Jacob Tomb’s and Babb’s creek, to Wellsboro, Tioga county; thence, through Stonyfork settlement, to Big Meadows; thence up Pine creek again to Benjamin B. Chamberlain’s; and from thence through Mix settlement, to Knoxville, on the Cownesque; also across from Jacob Tomb’s to William Herod’s. From Warren, in the county of Warren, to Monmorency, in Jefferson county. From New Bedford, in Mercer county, in the state of Pennsylvania, to Youngstown, in the state of Ohio. That the post-route leading from Mifflintown, Juniata (late Mifflin) county, to East Waterford, be so altered as to embrace Port Royal in its course between Mifflintown and Tuscarora valley post-office. From Selin’s Grove, via New Berlin, to Hartleton, Union county. From Tamaqua to Wilkes-barre, via Conynghamtown. From Coudersport to Bingham, in Potter county. From Watson’s-town in Northumberland county, by the house of Solomon Mengas, to the post-office at Road Hall in Lycoming county. From fort Littleton, to Bloodyrun, in Bedford county. From the crossings of Juniata on the turnpike, by Warfordsburg, to Hancock, in Maryland. That the route from New York by Margaretta furnace to Wrightsville be so altered as to run only from Wrightsville to Margaretta furnace.

Delaware.In Delaware.— From Milford, by Bridgeville, to Seaford. From Millsborough in the state of Delaware, by Dagsborough, Truitt’s, Hall’s, Tunnell’s, and Eurus’ store, and Robbins’ mills, to Saint Martins.

Maryland.In Maryland.—From Wiseburgh, in Baltimore county, to Dixon Stanbury’s store at Whitehall, Morrison’s academy, Watkins’ tavern, Fork meeting-house, to Kingsville. From Summerfield, in Somerset county, Pennsylvania, by Selby’s port and Youghiogeny iron works, to Yough Glades, in Alleghany county. From Mechanicstown, through Sabillesville, to Waynesburgh, in Pennsylvania. From Salisbury, by Derickson’s cross roads, Cathell’s mills, and Whaley’s store, to Berlin, in Worcester county. From Kingston, in Somerset county, by Newtown, to Snow Hill, in Worcester county. From New Market in Frederick county, by New London, Liberty’s, and Johnsville, to Middleburgh, in the same county. From Unity, Montgomery county, by Hood’s mills, Baltimore county, to Westminster. From Annapolis, by Haddaway’s ferry, to St. Michaels, in Talbot county. From Georgetown, in the District of Columbia, Post-roads established.with the line of the Chesapeake and Ohio canal, to Ketocton in Frederick county, Maryland, thence to Harper’s Ferry in Virginia.

Virginia.In Virginia.—From Richmond, by Amelia courthouse, Nottoway courthouse, Lunenburgh courthouse, and Mecklenburgh courthouse, to Oxford, in North Carolina. From Rocky Mount, in Franklin county, by Josiah Dickerson’s, George Turner’s, Jacob Prelliman’s, on Smith river, and Gobblingtown iron works, to Patrick courthouse. From Abingdon, by Saltville, in Washington county, and Broadford, to intersect the route from Wythe courthouse, to Tazewell courthouse, at the house of John Shannon, on the north side of Walker’s mountain, in Wythe county. From Tease’s valley to Herford’s ferry. From Clarksburgh, in Harrison county, by Elk creek, to Buckhanontown, in the county of Lewis. From Webb’s mills, by Harrisville, to Pensboro, Wood county. From the town of Eastville, to Capeville, in the county of Northampton. From Summerville, in Nicholas county, by Stroud’s Glades, to Frankfort, in Greenbrier county. From Cabel courthouse, by the falls of Twelve Pole, to the forks of Big Sandy, on the Kentucky line. From Hoffsville, in Harrison county, to Lorentz’s store, in the county of Lewis. From Gholsonville, Brunswick county, by Mount Airy, Greenville county, to Dancy’s store, North Carolina. From Duckland, in Prince William county, by Haymarket, Thoroughfare, to the Plains, to Salem, in Fauquier county. From Princess Ann courthouse, via Creed’s bridge, to Black Water bridge; thence, via Mount Pleasant, to the Great bridge, Norfolk city. From Point Pleasant, to Wright’s mills, in Jackson county. From Burlington, in the county of Hampshire, by Kelly’s, to Smith’s farm, in the county of Alleghany, Maryland. From Orange courthouse, in the county of Orange, to Madison courthouse in the county of Madison. From Taylorsville, in Hanover county, via Pottersville, in Louisa county, to Mansfield, the residence of William Mansfield, in Louisa county. From Piketown, in Pike county, Kentucky, to Logan courthouse in Virginia. From the Smith’s creek post-office in Rockingham county, by Keazletown, to Mount Sidney, in Augusta county. From Front Royal to Millwood, in Frederick county, by Berryville, to Charlestown, in Jefferson county. From Millers’s iron works, in Augusta county, to Staunton. From Harrisonburg to Keazletown. From Madison courthouse to the Robinson meeting-house, in the county of Madison, and from thence to State mills, in Culpepper county. From Harrisonburgh, by Rifesville, Bridgeport, Miller’s iron works, and head of Mossy creek, to James A. Frazier’s, in Augusta county. From Dickinsonville, in Russell county, by Osborne’s ford, in Scott county, and Pendleton, (Wilbourne’s store,) to Estillville. From Danville directly to Henry courthouse; from thence, to Christianburg, passing through the county of Patrick, on the north side of Bull Mountain. From Berrysville or Battletown, in Frederick county, by Wickliff’s and Kabletown, to Charlestown, in Jefferson county. From Miller’s iron works, in Augusta county, Virginia, to Staunton. From Abingdon, in Virginia, by way of the Reedy creek road to Estillville, in Scott county. From Clarkton in King and Queen county, by Walkerton, Stephensville, King and Queen courthouse, Little Plymouth, to Matthew’s courthouse. From King William courthouse, by Lanesville, and Smith’s ferry, to New Kent courthouse. From Fincastle, up the Valley of Catawba, and down that of the North fork Roanoke, by the most direct route to Blacksburg, in the county of Montgomery. That the mail-route from Cabin Point, Virginia, by Blount’s bridge to South Quay, be so changed as to run from Petersburgh, by Blount’s bridge, to South Quay.

North Carolina.In North Carolina.—From Salem, in Stokes county, by Germantown, Frost’s iron works, Clement’s iron works, Boyle’s store, to Patrick courthouse, in Virginia. From Rutherfordton, in Rutherford county, across the Blue Ridge at the Hickory-nut gap, to Ashville, in Buncombe county. Post-roads established.From Columbia to Springfield, in Tyrrel county. From Kingston to Trenton. From Rockford, by Juddsville, in Surry county, to Bower’s store, in Ashe county. From Pittsborough, Chatham county, by Hackney’s cross roads, to Chapel Hill, in Orange county. From Rocksborough by Hugh Wood’s, to Black Walnut, in Halifax county, Virginia. From Concord to Mill grove, thence by Dewees’ Hickory grove post-office, Mecklenburg county, to Beatty’s ford. From Nashville to Warrenton, by Belford post-office, and Shocco Springs. From Oxford to Hillsborough, in the state of North Carolina, passing by Potter’s bridge, Richard Bullocks, Hester’s store, Thomas Benchan’s and Pickett’s oil mill. From Greenville to Stauntonburg. From Lawrenceville, Montgomery county, to Wadesboro’, Anson county. From Leesburgh, by Hightowers, to Caswell courthouse. From Poplar Branch to Powell’s point, in Currituck county. From Gravelly-hill, in Bladen county, by Lisburn, Taylor’s bridge, to Clinton, in Sampson county.

South Carolina.In South Carolina.—From Unionville to Cowpen furnace, in South Carolina. From Edgefield, by Laurens courthouse and Spartanburg, to Rutherfordton, in North Carolina. From Brownsville, in the district of Marlborough, to Darlington courthouse, and thence to Kingstree, in Williamsburg district. From Spartansburg, by Rowland’s hill, Jacksonville, Earlsville, to Dodd’s store. From Columbia, in Richland district, by Union courthouse, and Spartanburg courthouse, to Ashville in Buncombe county, North Carolina. From Edgefield courthouse to Abbeville courthouse. From Unionville, via Hancockville, to Rutherfordton. From Clarksville, in Georgia, by the Currahee mountain and Wiley’s ferry, in said state, and Pickens courthouse, to Greenville, in South Carolina. From Laurence courthouse, by Nash’s mills and Cripple creek, to Greenville courthouse. From Abbeville courthouse, by Church hill post-office, and Elberton, to Danielsville, in Georgia. From Hamburg to Coker’s spring. From Lauren’s courthouse, by Anderson courthouse, to Andersonville.

Georgia.In Georgia.—From Sparta, in Hancock county, by Bennett’s store, Sandersville, Fish’s store, Fuqua’s store, Dublin, and Hampton’s, to Hartford, in the county of Pulaski. From Macon, in Bibb county, by Perry, in Houston county, to Hawkinsville, in Pulaski county. From Marion, Twiggs county, to Perry, in Houston county. From Vernon, in Troup county, by Lagrange, Franklin, West Point, Columbus, Fort Mitchell, Randolph courthouse, and fort Gaines, to Early courthouse. From Warrenton, in Warren county, to White Oak, in Columbia county. From fort Gaines, in Early county, by Smithville academy, and Spring creek, to Bainbridge, in Decatur county. From Hillsborough, in Jasper county, by McGehee’s store, in Jones county, and Dover, to Forsyth, in Monroe county. From Covington, in Newton county, by Lattimer’s store, Decatur, Sandtown, Campbellton, and Pumpkintown, to Carrollton, in Carroll county. From Carrollton, in Carroll county, by Robinson’s and Lavender’s stores, to the head of Coosa river. From Gainesville, in Hall county, by Gailley’s, to Clarksville. From Forsyth, by Zebulon, Greenville, to Lagrange, in Georgia. From Wrightsborough, Columbia county, by Crawfordville, to Greenborough, Green county. From Augusta in Richmond county, by Richmond, Bath, Dye’s store and Hudson’s store, to Louisville, in Jefferson county. From Thomasville, in Georgia, to Monticello, in Florida. From Burke courthouse to Robinson’s store. From Centreville, in Talbot county, to Talbotton. From Monticello, by McDonough, Fayetteville, and Campbellton, to Villa Rica, in Carroll county. From Watson’s post-office in Columbia county, to Cook’s law office, in Elbert county, via Raysville, Willborn’s, Gatril’s, Jackson’s, Danburgh, William’s and Muckle’s ferry. From Monticello, Jasper county, to the town of Zebulon, in Pike county, via Cargill’s ferry and the town of Jackson. From Perry, in Houston county, by way of the Traveller’s Rest, on Flint river, to Pondtown, in Lee county; thence, to Lannahassee town, in Stewart county; thence, Post-roads established.to Lumpkin, in Stewart county; thence to King’s Bluff, on Chattahochee river, in said county. From Lagrange, in Troup county, Georgia, by the way of Wood’s store, to Franklin, in Heard county. From the town of Columbus, in the state of Georgia, to Appalachicola bay, in the territory of Florida. From McDonough, Henry county, by Latimer’s store and Rock Bridge, to Lawrenceville, Gwynett county. From Rives’s, Hall county, by Leathersford, Loudsville, Mount Yonah, and Nocooche, to Clayton, Rabun county. From Bainbridge, in Decatur county, by Cairo, to Duncanville. From Decatur, Dekalb county, by Hornsby’s Blackstock’s, and Johnson’s store, to Newnan, Coweta county. From Lawrenceville, Gwynett county, by Waters and Winn’s ferry, on the Chattahooche river, and Downing’s ferry, on Hightower river, to Echota, in Cherokee county. From Columbus, in Georgia, via Hubbard’s and Watkins’ post-office, to Franklin, in Troup county. From Blakely to Bainbridge.

Ohio.In Ohio.—From Bucyrus, in Crawford county, to New Haven, in Huron county. From Kinsman, in Trumbull county, to Cleaveland, in Cuyahoga county. From Gallipolis, in Gallia county, to Portsmouth, in Scioto county. From Washington, in Fayette county, by the Willow spring, to London, in Madison county. From Canton, in Stark county, to Bolivar, to Dover, and to New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas county. From Newark, in Licking county, by Martinsburg, to Danville, in Knox county. From Bellefontaine, in Logan county, by Newell’s mills, and Christiansburgh, to New Carlisle. From Wapughkonetta to Lima, the seat of justice in the county of Allen, by the seat of justice in the county of Putnam, to Perrysburgh, in the county of Wood. From the post-office, in Fearing township, Washington county; thence, by Chamber’s mills, and Flint’s mills, to Proctor’s store, in Grandview. From Grafton, in Lorain county, by Lagrange, and Wakeman, to Norwalk, in the county of Huron. From Mansfield, in Richland county, to Marion, in the county of Marion. From Russelville to Ripley, in the county of Brown. From the mouth of Vermillion river, in Huron county, by Florence, Wakeman, Clarkesfield, New London and Ruggles, to Ashland, in the county of Richland. From Knoxville, Jefferson county, by Cope’s salt works, to New Lisbon, Columbiana county. From Bucyrus to fort Findlay. From Springfield, in Clarke county, by New Carlisle, to Troy, in Miami county. From Gallipolis to Wilkesville. From Elyria, Lorain county, passing through Carlisle, Lagrange, Penfield, Spencer, Harrisville, Waynesburgh, to Wooster. From Wellsville, in Columbiana county, by McKaigs’mill, Augusta, Pekin, and Waynesburgh, to Sandyville in the county of Tuscarawas. From Fairview on the national road, in Belmont county, by Smyrna, and Freeport, in Harrison county, to Tuscarawas town, on the Ohio canal. From Cadiz, through Hanover and New Rumley, in the county of Harrison, New Hagerstown, and New Cumberland, to Zoar, in the county of Tuscarawas. From Wheeling, in the state of Virginia, to Cleveland, in the state of Ohio, passing through the town of Cadiz, in Harrison county, the towns of New Philadelphia and Dover, in Tuscarawas county, the town of Massillon in Stark county, and the town of Akron, in Portage county. From Cleveland; thence to Newburgh, Independence, Brickville, Richfield, Bath, Copley and Norton; thence to Clinton, in Stark county, Fulton, and Massillon. From West Union, to David C. Vance’s, on the Ohio river, thence to Sandy Spring, Vanceburgh, Portsmouth, Cole’s forge, Brush creek furnace, and thence back to West Union. From Greenville, Dark county, by fort Recovery and Saint Marys, to Wiltshire. From Sandusky city, by Bloomingville, Monroeville, and Peru township, to New Haven, in Huron county. From Galliopolis to the French grant in the county of Scioto. From Georgetown, by New Hope, Lilley’s, to Fayetteville, Brown county. From Deerfield, in Portage county, to Ellsworth, in Post-roads established.Trumbull county. From Unionville to Chardon, in Geauga county. From Millersburgh, in the county of Holmes, by Mount Eaton, Wayne county, to Massillon, in the county of Stark. From Wellsville, by East Liverpool, Little Beaver bridge, and Ohioville, to Achartown. From Wooster, by Armstrong, to Harrisville, in Wayne county. From Harrisburgh, in the county of Stark, to Damascus, in the county of Columbiana. From Jacobsburgh, by Wallace’s and Frazer’s mill, to Saint Clairsville, in Belmont county. From New Rumley, in the county of Harrison, to Centreville in the county of Columbiana.

Indiana.In Indiana.—From Martinsville, Spencer, Fairplay, and Bruceville, to Vincennes. From Montezuma, in Indiana, by Clinton, to Paris, in Illinois. From Indianapolis, by Logansport, at the mouth of Eel river, to Niles’s village, on the river St. Joseph, in the Michigan territory. From Richmond, in Wayne county, by Washington, Munseytown, and Grant courthouse, to Miamisport. From Lawrenceburgh, by Cambridge, Yorkridge, Hughes’ store, German village, Summon’s mill and George’s, on Salt creek, to Rushville. From Indianapolis to New Pennsylvania, Thorntown, Jefferson, Lafayette, and Laporte courthouse, to Michigan city on Lake Michigan. From Milton to New Castle. From Richmond to Greenville, in Ohio. From Milton by Jacksonburgh, Washington, Economy, and Smith’s, to Winchester. From Connersville, by Danville, in Fayette county, and Perkin’s, to Greensburgh. From fort Wayne by Seley’s, in Lagrange county, Goshen, Pulaski, South Bend, and Laporte courthouse, to Chicago, in Illinois. From fort Wayne, by Seleys, in Mongaquinong prairie, to the seat of justice of St Joseph’s county, in the territory of Michigan. From Bloomington, by Tabor and Gosport, to Greencastle. From Edinburgh to Martinsville. From Crawfordsville, to Covington. From Petersburg to Princeton. From Madison, by Paris, to Brownstown. From Michigan, by Frankfort, to Delphi. From Lafayette by Lagrange, Gregory’s settlement, Williamsport, Baltimore, to Perrysville. From the Falls of Ohio, by Salem, and Brownstown, to Columbus. From Oxford, by Billingsville, Dunlapsville, Connersville, Philpot’s mill, to Raystown. From Somerset by Chrisler’s mills, and Connersville, to Milton. From Crawfordsville, by Roy Toy, to Williamsburgh. From Andersonville, by Richland, Little Flat Rock, and Moscow, to Shelbyville.

Illinois.In Illinois.—From Salem, in Marion county, near the old Vincennes trace, to Kaskaskias, in the county of Randolph. From Springfield, in Sangamon county, by Rushville, to Quincy, in Adams county. From Quincy, in Adams county, to Rock Island courthouse. From Peoria, in Peoria county, to the mouth of Fox river. From Canton, in Fulton county, by Knox courthouse, and Warren courthouse, to the Yellow Banks, on the Mississippi river. From Jacksonville, by Pleasant Point, Winchester, Williamsport, Muckam’s ferry, Pitt’s Cross Roads, to Atlas. From St. Louis, Missouri, by Alton, and Carrolton, to Jacksonville, in Illinois. From Jacksonville, in Morgan county, by Quincy, in Adams county, to Palmyra, in Missouri. From Hillsborough to Carlinville. From Shelbyville, by way of Decatur and the mouth of Fox river, to Chicago. From Paris, by way of Decatur, to Springfield. From Chicago, by Danville, Illinois, to Newport, in Indiana. From Henderson’s to Jacksonville. From Beardstown, by Rushville and McComb, to Monmouth. From Alton, by the way of Eminence Daggettsville, to Gilliard. From Venus, in Hancock county, to Monmouth, in Warren county. From Rushville, by Lewistown and Canton, to Peoria. From Rock Island to Galina. From Lewistown, by McComb, to Venus, the county seat of Hancock county. From Jacksonville to Atlas. From Carlisle, by Edwardsville, Alton and Lower Alton in Illinois, to Saint Charles in Missouri. From McLean’s borough in Hamilton county, to Frankfort in Franklin county. From Springfield to Gellena.

Post-roads established.
In Missouri.—From Chariton, in Chariton county, on the north side of Missouri river, to Kytesville. From Kaskaskias, in Randolph county, Illinois, by St. Mary’s Landing in St. Genevieve county, to Perryville, in Perry county. From Caledonia to Potosi. From Palmyra, in Marion county, by Canton, to the mouth of Des Moines river. From Louisiana, by Bowling green, to Fulton. From St. Louis, by Bowles’ ferry, the Big spring, and Wideman’s mills, to the Rich woods. From Keytesville, by Huntsville, in Randolph county, to Fayette, in Howard county. From Herculaneum, by St. Genevieve, to Perrysville. From Independence, in the county of Jackson, to the Shawnee agency. From Pinckney, in Montgomery county, by Pendleton’s, to Troy, in Lincoln county. From Wellsburg, in St. Charles county, by Monroe, Edwin Allen’s, William McQueen’s, and Clarkville, to Louisiana. From Massey’s iron works, to the Kickapoo Prairie, in the county of Crawford.

Kentucky.In Kentucky.—From Paris, by Centreville and Newtown, to Georgetown. From Pike courthouse to Perry courthouse. From Columbia to Liberty, by Casey’s creek salt-works. From Hopkinsville, Kentucky, by Williams, to Madisonville. From Smithland, in Livingston county, by Story’s ferry, to Waidsborough. From Burkeville, in Cumberland county, by way of Crocus creek, to Creelsburg, Russell county. From Midway, (formerly Centreville,) in Livingston county, by Ford’s ferry, to Equality, in Gallatin county, Illinois. From Hardinsburg, by the way of Cloverport and Hawesville, to the Yellow Banks in the state of Kentucky. From Harrodsburgh, in Mercer county, by Maxwell, to Springfield, in Washington county. From Manchester, in Clay county, to London, in Laurel county. From Jackborough, in Tennessee, to Laurel courthouse, in Kentucky. From Carlisle, by Moorefield, to Owensville. From Munfordsville, in Hart county, to Glasgow, in Barron county. From David C. Vance’s, Ohio, by the way of Concord, to Everett’s post-office, in Lewis county, Kentucky. From Lebanon courthouse, Russell county, Virginia, to Perry courthouse, in Kentucky. From Feliciana, Kentucky, to Dresden, in Tennessee.

Tennessee.In Tennessee.—From Jonesborough, by the Walnut mountains, to Ashville, North Carolina. From Newmarket, in Jefferson county, by Blain’s cross roads, Lea’s springs, Powder Spring gap, and Joseph Beelor’s, to Tazewell, in Claibourne county. From Newport, Lillard’s mill, on Cosby’s creeks, Jones’ cove, Seviersville, in Sevier county, by Wear’s cove, Tuckaleechee cove, Miller’s cove, Caid’s cove, and Carson’s iron works, to Chillhowee, in Monroe county. From Clinton, in Anderson county, by Campbell’s station and Unitia, to Morgantown, in Blount county. From Clinton, in Anderson county, through the Big valley, to Tazewell, in Claibourne county. From Gallatin, in Sumner county, up Bledsoe’s creek, to Scottsville, in Allen county, Kentucky. From Knoxville, in Knox county, by Armstrong’s ferry, Newmarket, Mossy creek, Panther springs, Morristown, Cheek’s cross roads, Russellville, and James’ store, to Bluntville. From Jonesborough, via Broyles, and Camp creek iron works, to Newport, Cocke county. From Salem, in Tennessee, to Bellefont, in Alabama. From Fayetteville, in Lincoln county, by Dyer’s store, Cold Water, and Hightower’s store, to Upper Elkton, in Giles county. From Dyersburg, in Dyer county, by Rutherford’s mills, and Bairfield’s point, in the Mississippi, in Arkansas territory, and return by Rutherford’s mills, Nash’s Bluff, Eaton, to Trenton, in Gibson county. From Blane’s cross roads to Jacksborough. From Centreville to Perryville. From Vernon to Reynoldsburgh. From Reynoldsburgh, by Chalk Lever, to Pleasant Exchange, in Henderson county. From Morgantown, North Carolina, to Elizabeth, in Tennessee, on Avery’s turnpike road. From Murfreesborough, by Anthony’s store and Hardeman’s cross roads, to Franklin. From Tomkinsville, in Kentucky, by way of Benjamin Greer’s, Samuel Jones’, Witchers’, and Archibald Sloan’s, to Carthage, in Post-roads established.Tennessee. From Memphis, by White’s, Hally’s, Glenn’s, Jones’, &c., &c., to Lagrange. From Pikeville, by way of Tollett’s mill; thence to the stand formerly occupied by John F. Greer, Esq., on the main stage road; from thence to Lavender’s, on the Marchbank’s road; from thence direct to Jamestown. From Brabson’s store, by Huffaker’s ferry, and Mecklenburg, to Knoxville. From Mills Point in Kentucky, on the Mississippi, to Paris, in Henry county, in Tennessee. From Columbia, by Perryville and Lexington, to Jackson. From Winchester, Tennessee, to Bellefonte, Alabama; by way of Pleasant grove, Alabama. From Liberty, Smith county, via Slatesville, Cainsville, George A. Huddleston’s ship A Puckett’s, Stewart’s ferry, (Stones river,) to Nashville. From Huntingdon to Dresden, by way of Hico, Christmasville, and Fleming’s. From Columbia, by Bigbyville, Pleasant grove, Mooresville, and Cornersville, to Fayetteville. From Lebanon, by Banton’s ferry, to Franklin. From Covington to Somerville. From Winchester to Fayetteville. From Gainsborough, in Jackson county, via Mount Carmel, Bagdad, and Pleasant Hill, to Dickson’s spring in Smith county. From Springfield, Robertson county, Tennessee, to Haydonsville, in Kentucky, by Clark’s mills and Cross mills. From Salem, in Franklin county, Tennessee, by way of Larkins’ fork of Paint Rock river, to Bellefonte, Alabama; and the present route from Winchester, Tennessee, to the same place discontinued.

Alabama.In Alabama.—From Bellefonte, in Jackson county, by Larkinsville, and Larkin’s fork of Paint Rock river, Newmarket, Hazle Green, to the cross roads, in Madison county, and Athens, in Limestone county, Alabama, to Elkton, in Giles county. From Montgomery, in Montgomery county, by Monticello, Williamstown, Franklin, on the Chattahoochie, Lemon’s store, Columbia, and Woodville, to Webbville, in Florida. From Burnt Corn, in Monroe county, by Belleville, Sparta, and Brooklyn, to Covington courthouse in Conecuh county. From Mobile, in Alabama, to New Orleans, in Louisiana; and the route from Pascagoula, to New Orleans, is hereby discontinued. From Ashville, by Allen’s mills, Thomason’s and the Big Spring, to Elyton. From Tuscaloosa to Springfield. From Greenville to Montezuma, in the county of Covington, by Pearman’s ferry, on Pee river, Dale courthouse, the Blockhouse, Joel T. McLindon’s, to Franklin, in Henry county. From Montgomery to Haynesville, in Lowndes county; thence to Cahawba. From Womack’s post-office, in Wilcox county, to Robinson’s store, in Lowndes’ county, and from thence to Hayneville. From Montgomery, via Montevallo, to Elyton. From Florence, by way of Lexington, in Lauderdale county, to Pulaski, Tennessee. From Daletown, in Perry county, to Greensboro’. From Burnt Corn in Alabama, by Claiborne, Clarkesville, Coffeeville, Washington courthouse, Winchester, Ellisville, Williamsburgh, Monticello, Meadville, to Natchez, in Mississippi. From Monticello to Port Gibson. From Newnan, Georgia, to Harpersville. From Mooresville, via Fulton, Athens, Redus’ mills, (cross Elk river at Jones’ ferry,) Prather’s store, Smithville, in Limestone county, and to Pulaski, in Tennessee. From Gaines’ post-office, in Pike county, to Greenville, Butler county, through Wrightsborough. From Montgomery, by William Townsend’s in the fork, and Chestnut creek settlement, to Ashville. From Larkinsville to Woodville, Jackson county. From Lowndes to Vernon, in Autauga county. From Demopolis, by Arcola, to Greensborough. From Cahawba, by Woodville, to Lynden. From Monticello in Pike county, by Gainer’s store, to Montezuma in Covington county.

Michigan territory.In Michigan Territory.—From Tecumseh, in the territory of Michigan, by Niles’ village, to Chicago, in the state of Illinois. From Chicago to Greenbay. From Greenbay to Prairie du Chien, by way of fort Winnebago. From fort Winnebago to Galena, in the state of Illinois. From Galena to Prairie du Chien. From Detroit to Tecumseh, by Ypsilanti, Post-roads established.Saline, and Clinton. From Monguagon to Ypsilanti, through Brownstown, at Smooth Rock. From Pontiac to Sagana. From Ypsilanti to the mouth of the river St. Joseph, on the Territorial road, by way of Ann harbour, and Jacksonburgh. From Niles’ to Newberryport, or Saranac. From the mouth of the river St. Joseph, via Berrien, Pokagon Prairie, Lagrange, Young’s Prairie and Prairie Ronde, to White Pigeon Prairie. From Bloomfield, in Oakland, through Southfield, to South Pekin, in Wayne county. From Monroe to Ypsilanti.

Louisiana.In Louisiana.—From Vicksburgh, in Warren county, Mississippi, to Lake Providence, in Washita parish, Louisiana. From Springfield, in the parish of St. Helena, to the courthouse in said parish. From Port Hudson, on the river Mississippi, in the parish of East Feliciana, passing Mount Willing and Stuart’s mill, to the town of Clinton, from thence passing Richland Hill to Kelerstown to meet the Woodville route. From Warrenton, in Warren county, Mississippi, by the lower end of Palmyra island, to New Carthage, in Concordia parish, Louisiana. From Vermillionville to Perry’s Bridge, on the Vermillion river. From Thibedeauville to Caseaux, in the parish of Terrebonne, with an intermediate post-office at the courthouse of Terrebonne. From the town of Opelousas, in Louisiana, to the settlement on the Calcasieu, and from Thibedeauville, by Williamsburgh, to Newport. From St. Helena to Baton Rouge. From Point Coupee courthouse, down the west side of the river, passing West Baton Rouge courthouse, and Iberville courthouse, to Donaldson. From Port Hudson down the river to Port Hickley, and crossing the river there and uniting with the route from Point Coupee courthouse, to West Baton Rouge courthouse, on the west bank of the river. From Mount Pleasant to Baton Rouge.

Florida territory.In Florida territory.—From Monticello, in Jefferson county, to Magnolia, in Leon county. From St. Augustine, in St. John’s county, to Tampa bay. From Monticello, by Roscitur’s ferry, to the seat of justice in the county of Hamilton, and by Alligator, to Alachua courthouse.

Mississippi.In Mississippi.—From Natchez, in Adams county, by the upper road across the Homochitto, to Woodville, in Wilkinson county. From Westville, by way of Georgetown, and Gallatin, to Port Gibson. From Columbus, by way of Cohay bridge, and Williamsburgh, to Columbia, and Garland’s to Winchester. From Kingston to Liberty. From Port Gibson to Rodney. From Jackson, by Mount Olympus, Beattie’s Bluff, Vernon, and Urbanna, to Benton. From Doak’s stand, by way of Georgeville, Franklin, Rankin, Benton, Manchester, Liverpool and Satartia, to Vicksburgh. From Pearlington, in Mississippi, by way of Pearl river, the Lagoon and the Rigoletts, to fort Pike, in Louisiana. From Vicksburgh to New Mexico, in Mississippi; thence to Villemont in Arkansas.

Arkansas.In Arkansas.—From Helena to St. Francis courthouse. From Izard courthouse to Fayetteville, by Washington courthouse. From Villemont, Chicot county, by Cabean’s, in Pennington’s settlement, on the Bayou Saline, in Union county, by Pine Bluffs, the seat of justice in Jefferson county, to Little Rock. From Post of Arkansas to Pine Bluffs, in Jefferson county. From St. Francis courthouse to Jackson, in Lawrence county.

Post-roads discontinued.Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the following post-roads be, and they hereby are, discontinued.

New Hampshire.In New Hampshire.—From Bedford to Amherst. From Pembroke to Candia. From Nottingham to Epping.

New York.In New York.—From Ithaca to Burdett, near the head of Seneca Lake. From Howard, by Rathbone’s settlement and Loon Lake settlement, to Conhocton. From Bath, by Mount Washington, to Catharine’s, and returning by Mead’s creek, and the mouth of Mud creek: Provided, however, That this route be continued until the thirty-first day of December, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two.

Post-roads established.
In Kentucky.—From Williams to Madisonville. From Smithport to Warren.

Tennessee.In Tennessee.—That part of the route from Hopkinsville, Kentucky, to Dougherty’s, Tennessee, between Paris and Dougherty’s; and from Kingsport to Jonesborough.

Ohio.In Ohio.—From Cadiz; by New Rumley, to New Hagerstown. From West Union, Ohio, to Vanceburgh, Kentucky.

Mississippi.In Mississippi.—From Gallatin to Port Gibson. From Greenville to Petit Gulf. From Natchez, by the old courthouse, to Kingston. From Yazoo courthouse, by Smith’s ferry and Braggsville, to Hannon’s Bluff.

Approved, June 15, 1832.