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Post-roads discontinued.From Alba to Palermo.

From Dunstable to Piscataguog bridge, in New Hampshire.

From Cahaba to St. Stephens.

Post-roads established.Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the following be established post-roads, that is to say:

New Hampshire.In New Hampshire.—From Amherst, by Lyndborough, and Greenfield, to Hancock.

That the post-road from Keene to Richmond pass by Winchester.

From Keene, by Surry, Drewsville, and Langdon, to Charlestown.

From Dunstable, through Merrimack, by Bedford Meeting-house and Piscataguog bridge, to Isle Hookset.

Vermont.In Vermont.—From Danville to Montpelier, by Cabot, Marshfield, and Plainfield.

From Vergennes, by Panton, to Westport, in the state of New York.

From Stockbridge to Randolph.

Maine.In Maine.—From Alna, by East Pittston, to Whitfield.

From Alna to Gardiner.

From Sedgwick to Deer Island.

From Ellsworth, by Jordon’s River School-house, in Trenton, to the towns of Eden and Mount Desert.

From Waldoborough, by Union, Hope, Searsmont, and Belmont, to Belfast.

From Gardiner, by Pittston, Whitfield, Malta, and Jefferson, to Waldoborough.

From New Portland, by Kingfield, to Freeman.

From Hallowell, by Malta, to Harlem.

Massachusetts.In Massachusetts.—From Springfield, by Wilbraham, to Stafford Springs, in Connecticut.

From Sandwick, by Coatuit village, in West Barnstable, Thomas d. Scudder’s, Yarmouth, and Dennis, to Harwick, on the south side of Cape Cod.

From Gloucester, by Essex, to Ipswich.

From Hanover, by Hanson, to East Bridgewater.

From Northfield, by Vernon, to Brattleborough, in Vermont.

From Salisbury to Amesbury.

From Taunton, by Raynham, to East Bridgewater.

Connecticut.In Connecticut.—From Derby, by Huntington, to Newtown.

From Woodbury, by Roxbury, to Warren.

From Hartford, by East Windsor, Ellington, Somers, Wilbraham, and Ludlow, to Belchertown, in Massachusetts.

From New Haven, by Oxford, Southbury, Woodbury, and Washington, to Warren.

From Norwick to Colchester.

New York.In New York.—From Batavia to Ridgeway.

From Windham, by Roxbury, to Stamford.

From Hopkinton to Keene.

From Mount Hope to Bloomingsburg.

From Moscow, by York, Caledonia, and Scottsville, to Rochester.

From Dover to Sharon, in Connecticut.

From Porter, by Twelve Mile creek, to Eighteen Mile creek.

From Skeneatelas, on the east side of Skeneatelas lake, by Spafford, and Scott, to Courtland village.

From Luzerne, by Edinburg to Galway.

From Newton, by Catherine, and Cayuta, to Ithica.

From Bath, by Upper Addison, Troupsburgh, Deerfield, and Elkland, to Batchelorville, in Pennsylvania.

From Constantia, by Cicero, and Salina, to Onondago.

From Reading to Dresden, on Seneca lake, thence, along the lake, by Benton, to Geneva.