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United States Statutes at Large/Volume 2/11th Congress/2nd Session/Chapter 30

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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[Repealed.]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, Post roads.
1812, ch. 80, sec. 2.
1815, ch. 69, sec. 2.
Salisbury, Middlebury, New Haven, Vergennes, Ferrisburg, Charlotte, Shelburn, Burlington, Colchester, Milton, Georgia, and St. Alban’s, to Highgate. From Williamston, Ms. by Pownall, to Bennington. From Brattleboro’, by Marlboro’, Wilmington and Woodford, to Bennington. From Rutland, by Clarendon, Shrewsbury, Plymouth, Reading and Windsor, to Cavendish. From Rutland, by Castletown, Fairhaven, Benson, Orwell, Shoreham and Addison, to Vergennes. From Middlebury, by New Haven, Monkton, Hynesburg, Williston, Jericho, Essex, Westford, Fairfax, Fairfield and Sheldon, to Huntsburg; thence by Berkshire, Enosburg, Bakersfield, Cambridge, Underhill, Richmond, Huntington, Starksboro’ and Bristol, to Middlebury, and from thence to Poultney, and also from Middlebury, by Royalton, to Hanover, N. H. From Barnardstown, Ms. by Hinsdale, Brattleboro’, Putney, Westminster, Walpole, Charleston, Wethersfield, Windsor, Hartford, Norwich, Thetford, Fairlee, Bradford, Newbury, Ryegate, Barnet, Littleton, Concord and Lunenburg, to Guildhall. From Walpole, N. H. by Bellowsfalls, Rockingham, Chester, Cavendish, Ludlow and Shrewsbury, to Rutland. From Windsor, by Woodstock, Barnard, Royalton, Randolph, Williamston, Berlin, Montpelier, Middlesex, Waterbury, Bolton, Jericho and Williston, to Burlington, and from thence to Grand Isle. From Royalton, by Tunbridge, Vershire and Corinth, to Newbury. From Newbury, by Corinth, Washington and Barre, to Berlin. From Ryegate, by Peacham, Danville, Wheelock, Sheffield, Glover, Barton, Brownington and Salem, to Derby. From Lancaster, N. H. by Lunenburg, St. Johnsbury, Danville, Walden, Harwich, Woolcott, Hydespark, Johnston and Fletcher, to St. Albans.

In Massachusetts.—From Suffield, Ct. by Springfield, Wilbraham, Palmer, Western, Brookfield, Spencer, Leicester, Worcester, Shrewsbury, Northboro’, Marlboro’, Sudbury, Watertown, Cambridge, Boston, Charlestown, Malden, Lynn, Salem, Beverly, Wenham, Hamilton, Ipswich, Rowley and Newburyport, to Salisbury. From Suffield, Ct. by Westfield, Southampton, Northampton, Hatfield, Whately, Deerfield and Greenfield, to Bernardstown. From Salisbury, Ct. by Sheffield, Great Barrington, Stockbridge, Lenox, Pittsfield, Lanesboro’ and Williamston, to Greenfield. From Canaan, Ct. by Sheffield, to Egremont. From Colebrook, Ct. by Southfield, Sandisfield, Lee, Lenox and Hancock, to New Lebanon, N. Y. From Springfield, by Stockbridge and West Stockbridge, to Albany, N. Y. From Granby, by Granville, Blandford and Chester, to Middefield. From Brookfield, by Ware, Belchertown, Hadley, Northampton, Chesterfield, Worthington, Partridgefield, Dalton, Pittsfield and Hancock, to New Lebanon. From Stafford, Ct. to Brookfield or Worcester, and thence by Framingham, to Boston. From Worcester, by Holden, Rutland, Barre and Petersham, to Athol. From Rutland, by Hubbardstown and Templeton, to Winchenden. From Rutland, by Greenwich, Hardwich, Pelham, Amherst and Hadley, to Northampton, and thence by South Hadley, to Springfield. From Boston, by Dedham, Walpole, Foxborough and Attleborough, to Providence, R. I. From Boston, by the Newburyport turnpike, to Newburyport. From Dedham, by Medfield, Medway, Bellingham, Milford, Mendon, Uxbridge and Douglass, to Thompson, Ct. From Boston, by Milton, Canton, Easton, Taunton, Berkley and Freetown, to New Bedford. From Boston, by Dorchester, Quincy, Braintree, Weymouth, Hanover, Pembroke, Kingston, Plymouth, Sandwich, Barnstable, Yarmouth, Dennis, Brewster, Harwich, Chatham, Orleans, Eastham, Wellfleet and Truro, to Provincetown. From Sandwich, by Falmouth, to Nantucket. From Falmouth to Edgarton. From Sandwich, by Wareham, Rochester, New Bedford and Dartmouth, to Westport. From Weymouth, by Hingham, Cohasset, Scituate, Marshfield and Duxbury, to Kingston. From Weymouth, by Abington, Bridgewater, Raynham, Post roads.Taunton, Dighton, Somerset and Swanzey, to Warren, R. I. From Boston, by Concord, Stow, Bolton, Lancaster, Leominster, Westminster, Templeton, Gerry, Athol and Orange, to Warwick. From Concord, by Littleton, Groton and Townsend, to Ashby. Fron Concord, by Fitzwilliam, N. H. to Brattleborough, Vt. From Boston, by Medford, Wobourn, Billerica and Chelmsford, to Tyngsboro’. From Woburn, by Andover, to Haverhill. From Billerica, by Patucket bridge, Dracut, Pelham, N. H. and Windham, to Londonderry. From Salem to Marblehead. From Salem, by Manchester, to Gloucester. From Salem, by Danvers, Topsfield, Boxford and Bradford, to Haverhill. From Newburyport to Haverhill. From Troy, by Freetown, Berkley, to Taunton. From Plymouth, by Taunton, to Providence, R. I. From Framington, by Southborough, Westborough, Grafton, Sutton, Oxford, Dudley and Woodstock, to Ashford in Connecticut.

1812, ch. 80.In Rhode Island.—From Plainfield, Ct. by Scituate and Providence, to Smithfield. From Providence, by Barrington, Warren and Bristol, to Newport. From Providence, by Patucket, East Greenwich, Wickford and Little Rest, to Towerhill or South Kingston. From Newport, by Tiverton, to Westport, Ms. From Newport, by Towerhill and by the Courthouse in South Kingston, Charleston and Westerly, to Stonington, Ct. From Newport, by Tiverton, to Troy, Ms. From South Kingston, by Richmond, Hopkinton, North Stonington and Preston, to Norwich, Ct.

1812, ch. 80.
1814, ch. 75.
1815, ch. 69.
In Connecticut.—From Rye, N. Y. by Greenwich, Stamford, Norwalk, Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Milford, New Haven, North-haven, Wallingford, Berlin, Wethersfield, Hartford and Windsor, to Suffield. From Norwalk, by Reading, Danbury, Brookfield, New Milford, Washington, Litchfield, Harwinton, Burlington, Farmington, Hartford, East Hardford, Ashford and Pomfret, to Thompson. From New Milford, by Kent and Sharon, to Salisbury. From Bridgeport, by Trumbull, Ripton, Huntington and Newton, to Brookfield. From New Haven, by Derby, Southbury, Woodbury, Bethlehem, Litchfield and Goshen, to Canaan. From New Haven, by Woodbridge, Waterbury, Watertown, Litchfield, Cornwall and Sharon, to Poughkeepsie, N. Y. From New Haven, by Cheshire and Southington, to Farmington. From New Haven, by Dutham and Middletown, to Wethersfield. From New Haven, by Branford, Guilford, Killingworth, Saybrook, Lyme, New London, Chelsea and Jewitt’s city, to Plainfield. From Saybrook, by Petty Paug, Haddam, East Haddam and Middle Haddam, to Middletown. From Stonington, by New London, Montville, Colchester, Glastenbury, Hartford, Wintonbury, Canton, New Hartford, Winchester and Norfolk, to Canaan. From Norwich, by Canterbury and Brooklyn, to Pomfret. From Hartford, by Simsbury, to Granby. From New Hartford, by Hartland, to Colebrook. From Hartford, by East Hartford, Oxford, Hebron, Lebanon and Norwich, to Chelsea. From Hartford, by Coventry, Windham and Canterbury, to Plainfield. From Hartford, by Tolland, to Stafford. From East Hartford, by East Windsor, to Springfield, Ms. From Danbury to Ridgefield.

1812, ch. 80.
1814, ch. 75.
1815, ch. 69.
In New York.—From Jersey city, by New York, Harlaem and New Rochelle, to Rye. From New York city, by Brooklyn, Jamaica, Hempstead, Merrick, South Oyster Bay, South Huntington, Islip, Pathcogue, Fireplace, Morriches, Westhampton, Southampton and Bridgehampton, to Sag Harbor. From Jamaica, by Queen’s c. h. Oyster Bay, Huntington, Dixhills, Smithtown, Setauket, Brookhaven and Riverhead, to Southhold. From New York, by Kingsbridge, Yonkers, Greensburg, Mount Pleasant, Peekskill, Fishkill, Poughkeepsie, Staatsburg, Rhinebeck, Redhoook, Clermont, Hudson, Kinderhook, Albany, Schenectady, Amsterdam, Tripshill, Palatine, Little Falls, Herkimer, Utica, New Hartford, Westmoreland, Oneida, Sullivan, Caneseraga, Manlius, Post roads.Onondaga, Marcellus, Skeneatales, Aurelius, Cayuga, Geneva, Canandaigua, Bloomfield, Avon, Southampton, Batavia, New Amsterdam and Lewistown, to Youngstown or Niagara. From New Rochelle, by Whiteplains, Salem, Ridgefield, Ct. South East, Patterson and Pauling, to Dover. From Ramapo-works to Newburg. From New Antrim, by Monroe, Chester, Goshen, Wallkill, Montgomery, Shawangunk, New Paltz, Kingston, Songaerties, Catskill, Lunenburgh, Cocsacksie, Coyemans, Bethlehem, Albany, Troy, Lansinburg, Waterford, Stillwater, Saratoga, Northumberland, Fort Miller, Sandy Hill, Queensbury, Fort George, Thurman, Chester, Scaroon lake, Elizabeth, Willsboro’, Peru and Plattsburg, to Champlain town. From Hamburg, N. J. by Warwick, Florida, Goshen, Little Britain, New Windsor, Newburg and Fishkill landing to Fishkill. From Danbury, Ct. by Fishkill landing and Newburg to Chenango Point. From Rhinebeck, by Kingston, Shandecan, Middletown, Delhi, Walton, Sidney, Jericho bridge, Onoquago, Binghamton, Union, Owego, Athens, Pa. Chemung, Elmira, Great-flat, Painted Post, Bath, Canesteo, Ark Port, Danville, Williamsburg and Geneseo to Avon. From Delhi to Meredith. From Wellsboro’, Pa. by Lindsleytown, to Painted Post. From Hudson, by Lunenburg, Catskill, Cairo, Durham, Broome, Blenheim, Stamford, Harpersfield, Kortwright, Meredith, Franklin, Unadilla and Clinton, to Jericho bridge. From Erie, Pa. by Caseda, Cataraugus and Fish creek, to New Amsterdam. From Bath, by Roscommon and Jerusalem, to Geneva. From Elmira, by Catherinestown, Hector, Ovid, Lancaster and Romulus, to Geneva. From Owego, by Cantines, Ithica, Salmon creek, Milton, Aurora, Cayuga and Galen, to Great Sodus. From Ithica, by Ulysses, to Ovid. From Binghampton, by Green or Lisle, Oxford, Norwich, Hamilton, Paris and New Hartford, to Utica. From Oxford, by Unadilla, Otego, Milford, Hartwick, Otsego village and Bridgewater, to Utica. From Albany, by Duanesburg, Dwilock, Cherry valley, Otsego village, Burlington, Columbus, Sherburne, Deruyter, Truxton and Homer, to Aurora. From Burlington, by New Berlin, Plymouth, Cincinnatus and Homer, to Ithica. From Otsego village, by New Lisbon, Pittsfield and Butternuts, to Oxford. From Cherry valley, by Springfield, Richfield, Plainfield and Bridgewater, to Sangerfield. From Onondaga, by Selina, Liverpool, Three Rivers Point and Oswego Falls, to Oswego. From Vernon, by Smithfield, and Cazenovia, to Pompey. From Utica, by Whitestown, Rome, Camden, Adams and Sackett’s Harbor, to Brownsville. From Utica, by Trenton, Steuben, Leyden, Turin, Lowville, Harrisburg, Oxbow, Dekalb, Canton, Ogdensburg, Lisbon, Hamilton, Madrid, Pottsdam, Chesterfield, Malone and Chetaugo, to Plattsburg. From Starrisburg, by Champion, Watertown and Brownsville, to Port Putnam. From Little Falls, by Fairfield, Newport and Russia, to Remsen. From Perramus, by Tappan, Clarkstown and Kakiat, to Havrestraw. From Schenectady, by Ballstown, Ballstown Springs, Saratoga Springs, Greenfield and Hadley, to Broadalbin. From Caughnawago, by Johnson and Mayfield, to Northampton. From Lansinburg, by Shaghticoke, Easton, Greenwich, Argyle, Hartford and Whitehall, to Fairhaven, Vt. From Sandy hill, by Fort Ann, to Whitehall. From Lansinburg, by Cambridge, Salem, Hebron, Granville and Hampton, to Poultney, Vt. From Willsboro’ to Charlotte, Vt. From Albany to New Lebanon. From Hudson, by Claveract, to Egremont, Ms.

1812, ch. 80.
1814, ch. 75.
1815, ch. 69.
Post roads.
In New Jersey.—From Morrisville, Pa. by Trenton, Princeton, New Brunswick, Rahway, Elizabethtown and Newark, to Jersey city. From Philadelphia, Pa. by Cooperstown, Gloucester, Woodbury, Swedesboro’ and Woodstown, to Salem. From Cooperstown, by Long Coming, Blue Anchor, Riverbridge, and Somer’s Point, to Absecome. From Cooperstown, by Haddonfield, Taunton and Atsion to Tuckertown. From Trenton, by Bordentown, Mount Holly, Black Horse, New Egypt, New Mills, Mount Holly, Morestown, Haddonfield, Cooperstown, Gloucester, Woodbury, Mullicohill, Poletavern, Deerfield, Bridgetown, Millville, Port Elizabeth, Dennis and Cape May c. h. to Cape Island. From Trenton, by Pennington, Flemington, Alexandria, Belvidere, Hope, Johnsonburg and Newtown, to Hamburg. From Trenton, by Allentown, Cranberry, Monmouth, Shrewsbury, Middletown Point, Spotswood, New Brunswick, Somerville, Pluckemin, New Germanton, New Hampton, Asbury and Pittston, to Alexandria. From New Hope, Pa. by Somerville, Boundbrook, Newmarket, Plainfield, Scotch Plains and Springfield, to Newark. From Easton, Pa. by Belvidere and Knowlton Mills, to Detotsburg, Pa. From Scotch Plains to New Providence. From Rahway, by Woodbridge, to Amboy. From Newark, by Chatham, Morristown, Rockaway and Sparta, to Newtown, thence by Hacketstown, Washington Valley, Chester and Menham, to Morristown. From Morristown, by Baskenridge, to Somerville. From Jersey City, by Bergen, Hackensack and Paramus, to New Antrim. From Bristol, Pa. to Burlington. From Bridgetown to Cedarville.

1812, ch. 80.
1814, ch. 75.
1815, ch. 69.
In Pennsylvania.—From Wilmington, D. by Chester, Darby, Philadlephia, Frankfort and Bristol, to Morrisville. From Philadelphia, by Downingtown, Lancaster, Elizabethtown, Middletown, Harrisburg, Carlisle, Shippensburg, Chambersburg, M‘Connelstown, Bedford, Somerset, Greensburg, Pittsburg, Cannonsburg and Washington, to West Middletown. From Taneytown, Md. by Petersburg, Hanover, York and Columbia, to Lancaster. From Brick Meeting-house, Md. by the Rising Sun, Unicorn, Black Horse, Sorrel Horse, Lancaster, Leditz, Ephrata, Reemstown, Adamstown, Reading, Cootstown, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Stroudsburg and Middletown, to Milford, and thence to Pittston. From Brick Meeting-house, Md. by New London, Chatham, Kennett’s square, Marshalltown and West Chester, to Downingtown. From Wilmington, D. by New Garden, Chatham, Gap and Strasburg, to Lancaster. From Lancaster, by New Holland, Churchtown, Morgantown, Pughtown, Pawlingsford, Norristown, Montgomery, Doylestown, New Hope, Newtown, and Attleborough, to Bristol. From Philadelphia, by Jenkintown, Doylestown, Plumstead, Bursontown, Easton, Hellers, Woods, Wilkesbarre, Pittston, Putnam, Braintrem, Wyalusing, Standing Stone, Wysox and Sheshequin, to Athens. From Pittston, by Providence and Willingboro’, to Binghamton, New York. From Plumstead, by Eerwinna, to Alexandria, N. J. From Jenkintown to New Hope. From Philadelphia, by Germantown, Chestnut-hill, Whitemarsh, Montgomery Square, Quakertown, Bethlehem, Kreidersville, Lausanne and Nescopeck, to Berwick. From Bethlehem to Nazareth. From Philadelphia, by Germantown, Springtown, Norristown, Trap, Reading, Hamburg, Sunbury, Northumberland, Milton, Muncey and Williamsport, to Wellsborough. From Milton, by Washington and Jerseytown, to Froetston. From Harrisburg, by Halifax, Sunbury, Northumberland, Lewisburg, Mifflinburg and Aaronsburg, to Bellefont, Milesburg, Clearfield and Venango, to Mercer. From Harrisburg, by Palmyra, Lebanon and Womelsdorf, to Reading. From Lebanon to Jonestown. From Harrisburg, by Clarks-ferry, Millerstown, Thompsonton, Mifflintown, Lewistown, M‘Vaytown, Huntingdon, Alexandria, Hollidaysburg, Beaula, Armagh, Indiana, through Alexandria, to Greensburg. From Mifflintown, by Waterford, Concord, to Fannetsburg. From Manchester, Md. by Hanover, Abbotstown, Berlin and Sulphur Springs, to Carlisle. From Union, Md. by Petersburg and Gettisburg, to Chambersburg. From Emittsburg, Md. by Gettisburg, Carlisle, Gap, Millerstown, Selin’s Grove, Northumberland, Danville, Bloomsburg, Berwick, Salem and Hanover, to Wilkesbarre. From Carlisle, by Waggoners’ Gap, Landisburg, Hacketts, Shower’s Mill and Zimmermans, to Douglass’ Mill. From Hagerstown, Md. by Greencastle, Chambersburg, Strasburg, Fannetsburg, Bedford furnace, Shirleys, Huntingdon, Centre furnace, Belfont, Jersey shore, to Williamsport. From Belfont to Lewistown. From Gettisburg, by Fairfield and Greencastle, to Messersburg. From Cumberland, Md. by Salisbury and Berlin, to Somerset. From Somerset, by Connellsville, Union and New Geneva, to Morgantown, Va. From Somerset, by Staystown, to Ebensburg. From Greensburg, by New Alexandria, to Kittaning. From Greensburg, by Mount Pleasant, Robbstown, Parkinson’s ferry and Washington, to Burgettstown. From Union, by Brownsville, Washington, Waynesborough and Jeffersonville, to Union. From Pittsburg, by Butler, Mercer, Franklin, Meadsville, Crawford and Le Beuf, to Erie. From Erie to Litchfield, O. From Pittsburg, by Beavertown, to Greersburg. From Beavertown to Georgetown. From Baltimore, Md. to York.

In Michigan.—From Fort Miami, by Frenchtown, to Detroit.

1812, ch. 80, sec. 2.
1815, ch. 69.
In Ohio.—From Point Pleasant, Va. by Gallipolis, Sciota Salt Works, Chilicotha, Franklinton, Worthington, Delaware, Mount Vernon, Mansfield, Ripley and Bronson, to Huron. From Marietta, by Belpre, to Wood, c. h. From Marietta, by Athens, Chilicotha, New Market, Williamsburg, Milford, Columbia, Cincinnati, to Northbend. From Wheeling, Va. by St. Clairsville, Morristown, Frankford, Cambridge, Zanesville, Springfield, New Lancaster, Chilicotha and Browns’ Cross-roads, to Maysville, K. From Cincinnati, by Crossby, Hamilton, Franklin, Dayton, Staunton, Troy, Pique Town, Springfield, Ludlow, Xenia, Waynesville, Lebanon and Montgomery, to Cincinnati. From Chilicotha, by Pepee, to Alexandria. From Zanesville, by Gnadenhutten and New Philadelphia, to Canton. From Marietta, by Waterford, Zanesville, Newark, Greenville, Worthington, to Urbana.1814, ch. 75, sec. 1. From Troy to Greenville. From Brook c. h. Va. to Steubenville and Faucettstown, to New Lisbon. From Greersburg or Beavertown, Pa. by New Lisbon, Deerfield, Ravenna, Hudson, Cleveland, Huron, Perkins, Patterson and Sandusky, to Fort Miami. From Greersburg, Pa. by Poland, Youngstown and Warren, to Jefferson, and return by Williamsfield, Smithfield and Brookfield, to Warren. From Litchfield, by Ralphville, Jefferson and Austinville, to Cleveland. From Youngstown to Canfield.

1812, ch. 80, sec. 2.
1814, ch. 75, sec. 1.
In Indiana.—From Louisville, K. by Jeffersonville, Clarksville, Corydon and Vincennes, to the United States’ Saline. From Northbend, O. by Laurenceburg, to Port William, K.

In Illinois.—From Vincennes, In. T. by Kaskaskia, Praires du Rochers and Cohakia, to St. Louis. From Smithland, K. by Fort Massack and Tywappety, to Cape Girardeau, L. T.

In Louisiana.—From St. Genevieve, by Mine au Burton and St. Louis, to St. Charles. From Kaskaskia, I. T. by Genevieve and Cape Girardeau, to New Madrid.

In Delaware.—From Elkton, Md. by Christiana and Newport, to Wilmington. From Wilmington, by New Castle, St. Georges, Cantwell’s Bridge, Smyrna, Dover, Camden, Frederica, Milford, Georgetown and Dagsborough, to Poplartown, Md.1814, ch. 75. From Cantwell’s bridge, by Middletown, to Warwick, Md. From Frederica to Whiteleysburg. From Salisbury, Md. by Laurel, Concord and Georgetown, to Lewistown. From New Market, Md. by North West Fork Bridge and Bridge Branch, to Georgetown.

In Maryland.—From Washington City, by Bladensburg, Baltimore, Harford, Havre de Grace and North East, to Elkton.1812, ch. 80.
1814, ch. 75.
1815, ch. 69.
Post roads.
From Washington City, by Upper Marlboro’, Queen Ann, Annapolis, Haddaways, St. Michaels, Easton, Cambridge, Vienna, Salisbury, Snowhill, Princess Ann, White Haven and Quantico to Vienna. From Poplartown, by Snowhill, to Horntown. From Salisbury to Quantico. From Cambridge to New Market. From Easton, by Centerville, Churchhill, Chestertown, Georgetown Cross-roads and Sassafras, to Warwick. From Georgetown Cross-roads, by the head of Chester, Sudler’s Cross-roads, Beaver dam and Nine Bridges, to Greensborough. From Easton, by Hillsborough, Denton and Greensborough, to Whiteleysburg, D. From Elkton to Brick Meeting-house. From Harford to Belle Air. From Baltimore to Annapolis. From Baltimore, by Rockall, to Chestertown. From Baltimore, by Reisterstown, to Manchester. From Reisterstown, by Westminster, to Union Mills. From Baltimore, by Ellicott’s Lower Mills, Poplartown, New Market, Fredericktown and Newtown, to Harper’s Ferry. From Baltimore, by Queenstown, to Centreville. From Washington City, by Georgetown, Montgomery c. h. Clarksburg, Fredericktown, Middletown, Hagerstown, Hancock, Berkeley Springs, Oldtown, to Cumberland, and thence by the national road, to Union, Pa. From Washington City, by Brookville and Triadelphia, to Ellicott’s Mills. From Fredericktown to Liberty. From Fredericktown, by Woodsborough, to Taneytown. From Fredericktown, by Creagerstown, to Emmetsburg. From Shepherdstown, Va. by Sharpsburg and Williamsport, to Hagerstown. From Upper Marlborough, by Nottingham, Aquasco, Benedict and Charlotte Hall, to Chaptico.1814, ch. 75. From Queen Ann, by Pig Point, Tracey’s landing, Lower Marlborough, Huntington and Calvert c. h. to St. Leonards. From Washington City, by Piscataway, Port Tobacco, Allenfresh, Newport, Chaptico, Leonardtown, Great Mill and St. Inigoes, to Ridge. From Port Tobacco, by Tophill, to Nanjemoy. From Leesburg, Va. by Charlesburg, to Montgomery c. h. From Fredericktown to Leesburg. From Newtown Trap, by Berlin, Thrasher’s store and Hamilton’s mill to Waterford in Va.

1812, ch. 80.
1814, ch. 75.
1815, ch. 69.
In Virginia.—From Washington City, by Alexandria, Dumfries, Stafford c. h. Falmouth, Fredericksburg, Bowling Green, White Chimnies, Hanover c. h. Richmond, Petersburg, Harris’s and Brunswick, to Warrenton, N. C. From Washington City, by Prospect, Lanesville, Leesburg, Waterford, Hillsborough, Charlestown, Shepherdstown and Martinsburg, to Berkeley Springs. From Waterford, by Braden’s Store, Janneys and Snicker’s Gap, to Upperville. From Washington City, by Fairfax c. h. Goshen, Middleburg, Paris, Winchester, Romney, Westernport, Md. Gandysville, Clarksburg and Marshes, to Marietta, O. From Gandysville to Morgantown. From Clarksburg to Beverly. From Pendleton c. h. by Moorfields, Romney, Springfield and Frankfort, to Cresapsburg, Md. From Williamsport, Md. by Martinsburg, Winchester, Stevensburg, Newtown, Strasburg, Woodstock, New Market and Harrisonburg, to Staunton. From Harper’s Ferry, by Charlestown and Battletown, to Winchester. From Fairfax c. h. by Centreville, Haymarket, Warrenton, Madison c. h. Stanardsville, Staunton, Middlebrook, Brownsburg, Lexington, Natural Bridge, Pattonsburg, Fincastle, Amsterdam, Salem, Airmont, Christiansburg and Evansham, to Abingdon. From Alexandria to Fairfax c. h. From New York to Lovingston in Nelson county. From Colchester to Occoquan. From Fredericksburg, by Elk Run Church and Warrenton, to Gibsons and Oak Hill. From Fredericksburg, by Germana, Stevensburg, Culpepper c. h. Jeffersonton, Washington and Front Royal, to Winchester. From Culpepper c. h. by Woodville, F. T. Village, Pass Mills, Thornton’s Gap, Mundell’s Store and Hawksbill Mills, to New Market. From Fredericksburg, by Orange c. h. Gordons, Milton, Charlottsville, New Glasgow, to Lynchburg. From Lovingston, by Warren, to Warminster. From Fredericksburg, by Thornsburg, Chilesburg, Oxford, Crewsville and Price’s Mills, to Goochland c. h. From Fredericksburg, by Spottsylvania c. h. Lewis’s, Potties, Bibb’s Store, Louisa c. h. Yanceyville and Mitchell’s Store, to Goochland c. h. From Fredericksburg, by King George c. h. Broadfield, Mattoxbridge, Leedstown, Templeman’s Cross Roads, Richmond c. h. Mount Airy, Farnham, Kinsale, Northumberland c. h. and Lancaster c. h. to Kilmarnock. From Fredericksburg, by Port Royal, Laytons, Tappahannock, Urbanna and Gloucester, c. h. to Yorktown. From Bowling Green, by Broaddus’s Mills, Dunkirk, Walkerton, King and Queen c. h. and Gloucester c. h to Matthews c. h. From Dunkirk, by Aylett’s Warehouse, King William c. h. to Lilly Point. From Richmond, by Goochland c. h. Columbia, Milton, Charlottsville, New York, Waynesburg, Staunton, Warm Springs, Callaghans or Browns, Sulphur Springs, Lewisburg, Kenhawa c. h. and Hudsons, to Point Pleasant. From Hudsons, by Wards and Jourdans, to Catlettsburg, at the mouth of Big Sandy. From Callaghans, by Sweet Springs and Union, to Giles’ c. h. From Evansham, by Jeffersonville and Franklin, to Jonesville. From Evansham, by Austinville, to Greenville. From Richmond, by Powhatan c. h. Cumberland c. h. Floods, Lynchburg, Beufords, Hourytown and Fincastle, to Sweet Springs. From Liberty, by Brown’s Store, Rockymount, Henry c. h. To Patrick c. h. From Powhatan c. h. by Cartersville, New Canton, Buckingham c. h. and Bent Creek, to Lynchburg. From Powhatan c. h. by Farmville, Prince Edward c. h. Charlotte c. h. Marysville, Halifax c. h. Paytonsburg and Pittsylvania c. h. to Henry c. h. and from Peytonsburg, to Danville. From Prince Edward c. h. by Kelso’s Store, to Hunters. From Pittsylvania c. h. by Danville, to Caswell c. h. in N. C. From Lynchburg, by Bethel, Pedlar Mills and Wincanton, to Lexington. From Lynchburg, by Campbell c. h. Ward’s Ferry on Staunton river and Stone’s Store, to Pittsylvania c. h. From Richmond, by Chesterfield c. h. Spring Hill, Colesville, Jenitoe Bridge, Cassel’s Store, Amelia c. h. Painesville and Jamestown, to Farmville. From Charlotte c. h. by Rough Creek Church and Reeds Store on Falling river, to Campbell c. h. From Richmond, by Hanovertown, Dunkirk and Tappahannock, to Richmond c. h. From Richmond, by Frazers, New Kent c. h. Williamsburg, Yorktown, Hampton, Norfolk and Great Bridge, to Northwest River Bridge. From Richmond, by Granville, to Charles City c. h. From Petersburg, by Dinwiddie c. h. Nottaway c. h. Hendersonville, Hungrytown, Double Bridge, Haleys, Willies, Bibb’s Ferry and Scottsburg, to Halifax c. h. From Petersburg, by Prince George, Cabbin Point, Surry c. h. Smithfield, Everitt’s Bridge, Suffolk and Portsmouth, to Norfolk. The mail may be sent from Smithfield, by Sleepy Hole Ferry, and thence to Suffolk, when the road and ferry are in convenient repair. From Petersburg to City Point. From Petersburg, by Sussex c. h. Jerusalem and South Quay, to Murfreesboro’, N. C. From Hicks’s Ford, by Smith’s Store, to Murfreesboro’. From Harrisville, by Fields Mill, Quarlesville, M’Farlands, Lunenburg, c. h. Christianville, Marshallsville, Mecklenburg c. h. St. Tammany’s and Geese Bridge, to Harrisville. From Percivalls, by Westward Mill, Mason’s, Belfield, and Hicks’s Ford, to Halifax, N. C. From Hicks’s Ford, by Cross Keys, Bethlehem and Jerusalem, to Suffolk. From Billips’s to Hicks’s Ford. From West Middletown, Pa. by Brook c. h. and Short Creek, to Wheeling. From Horntown, by Accomac c. h. and Northampton c. h. to Norfolk. From West Liberty, by Short Creek, to Warrenton, O.

1812, ch. 80.
1814, ch. 75.
1815, ch. 69.
In Kentucky.—From Maysville, by Washington, Millersburg, Paris, Lexington, Frankfort, Springfield, Greensburg, Glasgow and Bowling Green, to Russelsville. From Catlettsburg, by Greenup c. h. Johnson’s Mills, Vanceburg, Salt Works, Lewis c. h. and Flemmingsburg, to Millersburg, thence by Mount Sterling and the Olympian Springs, to Catlettsburg. From Cumberland Gap, by Barboursville, Road Forks, Crab Orchard, Stanford, Danville, Harrodsburg, Frankfort and New Castle, to Port William. From Road Forks to Clay c. h. From Washington, by Augusta and Newport, to Boon c. h. From Lexington, by Nicholasville, Richmond and Lancaster, to Danville. From Frankfort, by Georgetown, Cynthiana, Falmouth and Newport, to Cincinnati, O. From Frankfort, by Shelbyville, Louisville, Shepperdsville, Bairdstown, Springfield and Danville, to Casey c. h. From Frankfort, by Post roads.Middletown, Bairdstown, Bealsburg, Elizabethtown, Grangerville, Hardenburg, Hartford and Muhlenburg c. h. to Russelsville. From Hardenburg, by Yellow Banks, Hendersonton, U. S. Saline, In. T. to Shawnee Town, Il. T. and to Livingston c. h. From Russelsville, by Christian c. h. Eddyville and Livingston c. h. to Smithland. From Stanford, by Pulaski c. h. Wayne c. h. Cumberland and Adair, to Greensburg. From Lexington, by Winchester and Mount Sterling, to Estill c. h. From Muhlenburg c. h. Hopkins c. h. by Harpsburg, to Henderson.

1812, ch. 80.
1814, ch. 75.
1815, ch. 69.
In North Carolina.—From Warrenton, by Louisburg, Raleigh, Averysboro’, Fayetteville, Lumberton and Nolands, to Barefields, S. C. From Suffolk, Va. by Gates c. h. Edenton, Lees Mills, Plymouth, Washington, Newbern, Swansboro’ and Wilmington, to Smithville. From Henry c. h. Va. to Germanton. From Greensville, Va. by Scull Camp, Mount Airy and Bethania, to Salem. From Warrenton, by Williamsboro’, Oxford, Person c. h. Leesburg, Caswell c. h. Lenox Castle, Rockingham c. h. and Germanton, to Salem. From Oxford to Hillsboro’. From Raleigh, by Nutthall’s Store, to Oxford. From Raleigh, by Chapel hill, Hillsboro’, Allemance, Greensboro’, Salem, Huntsville, Houstonville, Statesville, Island Ford, Morgantown and Ashville, to the Warm Springs, and from Ashville to Haywood c. h. From Hillsboro’, by Mount Tirzah, Person c. h. Williamsville and the Red House, to Halifax c. h. Va. From Huntsville, by Rockford, Hamptonville and Wilkesboro’, to Ash c. h. From Salem, by Lexington, Salisbury and Concord, to Charlotte. From Charlotte to Statesville. From Raleigh, by Pittsboro’, Randolph c. h. Salisbury, Beattysford, Grahams, Lincolnton and Rutherfordton, to Spartansburg, S. C. From Fayetteville, by Moor c. h. Waddels Ferry, Tyson’s Store, Linly’s Store and Hillsboro’, by Jones’ Ferry, to Pittsboro’, and thence by Haywood, to Fayetteville. From Fayetteville, by Rockingham, Wadesboro’, Springville and Tindallsville, to Salisbury. From Fayetteville, by Laurel hill, to Winfieldsville, S. C. From Warrenton, by Jones’ Store, Halifax, Northampton c. h. Murfreesborough, Winton, Coleraine, Windsor, Edenton, Hartford, Nixonton, Elizabeth, Camden c. h. Indiantown, Currituck c. h. and Tulls Creek, to Northwest Bridge, Va. From Elizabeth to New Lebanon. From Warrenton, by Ransom’s Bridge, Sill’s Store, Nash c. h. Tarborough, Greenville, Washington, Bath, Woodstock and Germanton, to Lake Landing, on Mattamuskeet. From Halifax, by Enfield, Mount Prospect, to Tarborough. From Raleigh to Nash c. h. From Halifax, by Scotland Neck, Hamilton, Williamston, Jamestown, Plymouth and Washington c. h. to Scupernong. From Raleigh, by Smithfield, Waynesboro’, Kingston and Newbern, to Beaufort. From Kingston to Snowhill. From Fayetteville, by Sampson c. h. Duplin c. h. and South Washington, to Wilmington. From Fayetteville, by Elizabethtown, to Wilmington. From Elizabethtown to Marsh Castle.

1812, ch. 80.
1814, ch. 75.
1815, ch. 69.
In Tennessee.—From Abingdon, Va. by Blountsville, Rossville, Rogersville, Whitesides, Been’s Station, Rutledge, Knoxville, Campbell, Meredith, Kingston, Hartleys, Alexanders, White Plains, Carthage, Dixons Springs, Cairo, Gallatin, Hendersonville, Nashville, Franklin and Columbia, to the Big Spring. From Blountsville, by Jonesborough, Greenville, Cheek’s Cross Roads and Danbridge, to Knoxville. From Jonesborough, by Elizabethtown, to Ash c. h. N. C. From the Warm Springs, N. C. by Newport, Sevierville, Knoxville, Clinton and Chitwood, to Pulaski, K. From Newport, by Cheek’s Cross Roads, Been’s Station, Tazewell and Powell’s Valley, to Cumberland Gap. From Knoxville, by Marysville, Telico, Amoy river, Vanstown, Turkeytown, near the junction of Koose and Talipoose rivers, being the head of Alibama river, to Fort Stoddert on the Mobile river, M. T. From Carthage to Lebanon. From Carthage to Fort Blount. From Nashville, by Charlotte, Hickman c. h. and Humphreys c. h. to Charlotte. From Nashville, by Springfield, to Post roads.Russelville, K. From Springfield, by Port Royal, Clarksville and Palmyra, to Steward c. h. and from thence to Eddyville, in the state of Kentucky. From Kingston, by Rhea c. h. Bledsoe c. h. Warren and Jefferson, to Nashville. From Wayne c. h. Kentucky, by Overton c. h. and White Plains, to White c. h. From Columbia, by Shelbyville, Winchester, Fayetteville, Huntsville, M. T. and Pulaski, to Columbia. From Bledsoe c. h. to Franklin c. h.

1812, ch. 80.
1814, ch. 75.
1815, ch. 69.
In South Carolina.—From Barefields, by Port’s ferry, China Grove, Georgetown, Charleston, Jacksenboro’, Pocotaligo and Coosawhatcha, to Savannah, Ga. From Greenville, by Pickensville, Pendleton c. h. and Hattensford, to Carnesville, Ga. From Winfieldsville, by Cheraw c. h. Camden, Columbia, Edgefield c. h. and Cambelltown, to Augusta, Ga. From Barefields, by Marion c. h. Ilesboro’, Bitheosville and Harleysville, to Barefields. From Port’s ferry, to Conwayborough. From Wadesborough, N. C. by Sneedsborough, Chatham, Cheraw c. h. and Darlington c. h. to Port’s ferry on Lynch Creek. From Charleston, by Monks Corner, Jamesville, Statesburg, Camden, Chestnut-ferry, Peas’ store, Rocky Mount, Lansford, and Alexanders, to Charlotte, to return by Cairo and Lancaster, to Camden. From Columbia, by Miersville, Statesburg, Sumpterville, Salem, Kingstree, Indiantown and Willtown, to China Grove. From Columbia, by Winnsborough, Chester c. h. York c. h. Pinckneyville, Union, Meansville and Spartanburg, to Greenville. From Columbia, by Monticello, Hendersons, O’Neals, the Keys, Cross Anchor and Shackelsfords, to Greenville, return by Stonesville, Young’s Store, Scuffletown, Huntington, Poplar Grove and Springhill, to Columbia. From Charleston, by Dorchester, St. Georges, Orangeburgh, Columbia, Newbury c. h. Belfast, Laurens c. h. Fork Shoal, Greenville, Reedsville and Claytonsville, to Ashville, N. C. to return by Murraysville to Greenville. From Greenville, return by Tumbling Shoal and Laurens c. h. to Columbia. From Edgefield, c. h. by Richardsons, Cambridge, Abbeville and Rocky River, to Pendleton c. h. From Edgefield c. h. by Long Miers, Willington, Vienna and Andersonville, to Pendleton c. h. From Jacksonboro’, by Barnwell c. h. and Campbelltown, to Augusta, Ga. From Pocotaligo to Beaufort. From Charlotte, N. C. to York c. h. From Petersburg, Ga. to Vienna.

1812, ch. 80.
1814, ch. 75.
In Georgia.—From Savannah, by Bryan c. h. Riceboro’, M‘Intosh c. h. Darien and Brunswick, to St. Mary’s. From Augusta, by Lincolnton, Petersburg and Elberton, to Franklin c. h. From Augusta, by Columbia c. h. Washington, Lexington, Athens, Watkinsville and Clarksboro’, to Jefferson. From Augusta, by Columbia c. h. Warrenton, Sparta, Milledgeville, and Jones c. h. to Hawkins, on the Oakmulgee river, and from thence to Coweta. From Milledgeville, by Putnam c. h. Morgan c. h. and Watkinsville, to Athens. From Darien, by Jones’ to Milledgeville. From Morgan c. h. to Randolph c. h. From Milledgeville to Saundersville. From Augusta, by Waynesboro’, Louisville, Georgetown, Warrenton, Powelton and Greensboro’, to Washington. From Augusta, by Jacksonboro,’ to Savannah. From Riceboro’ to Sunbury.

1815, ch. 69.In Mississippi.—From the Big Spring, by Bear Creek, M‘Intoshville, Walnut Hill, St. Albans, Grindstoneford, Port Gibson, Greenville, Washington, Natchez, Ellis’ ferry and Loftus Heights, to Pinckneyville. From M‘Intoshville, or White Oak Creek, by Fort St. Stephens, to Fort Stoddert. From Coweta, by Tuckabachy, Tensaw and Fort Stoddert, to Pascagoola river.

1814, ch. 75.In Orleans Territory.—From Pinckneyville, by Baton Rouge, Abbeville, La Fourche or Houmas, St. Charles and New Orleans, to Balize. From La Fouche, by Point Coupee, Opeloosa and Rapid, to Nachitochez. From Pascagoola river to New Orleans.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That from and after the first day of June next, all post roads heretofore established by any act of Congress of the United States, shall be and the same are hereby discontinued: Provided, that nothing herein contained shall be construed so as to affect any existing contracts.

Approved, April 28, 1810.