Notes on the State of Virginia (1802)

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This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.

 


CONTENTS.


 1. BOUNDARIES of Virginia, Page 5
 2. Rivers, 7
 3. Seaports, 23
 4. Mountains, 24
 5. Caſcades, 28
 6. Productions, mineral, vegetable and animal, 34
 7. Climate, 104
 8. Population, 116
 9. Military force, 124
10. Marine force, 127
11. Aborigines, 128
12. Counties and towns, 148
13. Conſtitution, 150
14. Laws, 179
15. Colleges, buildings and roads, 207
16. Proceedings as to Tories, 213
17. Religion, 215
18. Manners, 222
19. Manufactures, 225
20. Subjects of commerce, 227
21. Weights, meaſures and money, 232
22. Public revenue and expenses, 235
23. Hiſtories, memorials and ſtate-papers, 241
    Appendix, No. I. 279
    Appendix, No. II. 297
    Appendix, No. III. 315
    Appendix, Relative to the murder of Logan's family, 319


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Published by H. Sprague.

NOTES


ON THE


STATE of VIRGINIA.


WITH AN


Appendix.




By THOMAS JEFFERSON.




NINTH AMERICAN EDITION.



BOSTON:

Printed by H. Sprague, No. 44, Marlboro' Street.
1802.