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Statute ⅠⅠ.


April 28, 1810.
[Repealed.]
Chap. XXX.—An Act to establish Post Roads.

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.
1814, ch. 75, sec. 2.
1815, ch. 69.
In the District of Maine.—From Portsmouth, N. H. by Kittery, York, Wells, Arundell, Biddeford, Saco, Scarboro’, Cape Elizabeth, Portland, Falmouth, North Yarmouth, Freeport, Brunswick, Bath, Woolwich, Wiscasset, New Castle, Waldoboro’, Warren, Camden, Canaan, Lincolnville, Northport, Belfast, Prospect, Buckstown, Orland, Trenton, Sullivan, Steuben, Harrington, Addison, Jones, Machias, Denneysville and Scodic, to Calais. From Dover, N. H. by Berwick and Doutysfalls, to Arundel or Kennebunk. From Portland, by Gorham, Buckstown, Limerick, Limington, Cornish, Parsonfield, Newfield, Shapleigh, Lebanon, Berwick, Sanford, Alfred, Waterboro’ and Philipsburg, to Buxton. From Portland, by Saccarappee, Gorham, Standish, Flintstown, Hiram and Brownfield, to Frybush. From Portland, by Windham, Raymond, Bridgetown, Lovell, Waterford, Norway, Paris, Buckfield, Sumner, Hartford, Livermore, Turner, Poland, New Gloucester and Hebron academy, to Paris. From Portland, by Falmouth, Gray, New Gloucester, Lewistown, Green, Monmouth, Winthrop, Augusta, Sydney, Waterville, Fairfield and Canaan, to Norridgewock and Anson. From Brunswick, by Topsham, Bowdoinham, Gardiner and Hallowell, to Augusta. From Gardiner, by Pittstown and Dresden, to Wiscassett. From Augusta, by Redfield, Mount Vernon, Chester and New Sharon, to Farmington. From Augusta, by Vassalboro’, Winslow, Clinton, Fairfax, Unity and Collegetown, to Hampden. From Wiscassett, by Edgecomb, to Boothbay. From Wiscassett, by New Milford, Jefferson, Palermo and Montville, to Belfast. From Buckstown, by Frankfort, Hampden and Bangor, to No. 1, 7th Range, and thence by Orrington, to Buckstown. From Buckstown, by Penobscot, Castine, Sedgwick and Blue Hill, to Buckstown, and from Castine to Lincolnville. From Sullivan to Goldsboro’. From Dennysville to Eastport.

1812, ch. 80.
1815, ch. 69.
In New Hampshire.—From Salisbury, Ms. by Scabrook and Hampton, to Portsmouth. From Portsmouth, by Durham and Northwood, to Concord. From Portsmouth, by Exeter and Kingston, to Haverhill, Ms. From Portsmouth, by Exeter, Chester, Londonderry, Merrimack, Amherst, Petersboro’, Marlboro’ and Keene, to Walpole. From Haverhill, Ms. by Chester, Concord, Hopkinton, Henniker, and Lempster, to Charleston. From Haverhill, Ms. by Salem, to Windham. From Tyngboro’, Ms. by Dunstable, Amherst, Francistown, Washington and Claremont, to Windsor, Vt. From Portsmouth, by Nottingham, Epsom, Pembroke, Concord, Salisbury, Andover, Wilmot, Enfield, Lebanon, Hanover, Lime, Orford, Piermont, Haverhill, Bath, Littleton, Dalton, Lancaster, Cockburn, Colebrook and Stuart, to Norfolk, Vt. From Hanover, by Canaan and Groton, to Plymouth. From Salisbury, by Andover, New Chester and Bridgewater, to Plymouth, thence by Holderness, New Hampton and Sanbornton, to Salisbury. From Newburyport, Ms. by Exeter, New Market, Durham, Dover and Barrington, to Gilmanton. From Portsmouth, by Dover, Rochester, Middletown, Ossippee, Moultonboro’, Centre Harbor, Plymouth and Haverhill, to Newbury; and from Plymouth, by New Hampton, Meredith, Gilmanton, Nottingham and Durham, to Portsmouth. From Friburg, Me. by Conway, Barletts, Rosebrooks and Jefferson, to Lancaster. From Winchendon, Ms. by Fitzwilliam and Keene, to Brattleboro’, Vt. From Warwick, Ms. by Winchester and Hinsdale, to Brattleboro’, Vt. From Ashby, Ms. by New Ipswich and Jaffray, to Marlboro’.

In Vermont.—From Lansinburg, N. Y. by Bennington, Shaftsbury, Arlington, Manchester, Rutland, Pittsford, Branden, Leicester, Salis-