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Toll gate may be removed.
Mode of ob. taining the ground for a new toll house, &c. &c.
parties who may be resident in the said district of Columbia, and the sum so awarded and assessed being paid to the said clerk of the said court, for the use of the party entitled thereto, the said president and directors may proceed to take and carry away the said materials so valued for the purposes aforesaid, and the said president and directors shall pay the said marshal five dollars for his service in summoning and impannelling the said jury, and taking and returning said inquest, and two dollars to each of the said jurors so sworn.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the president and directors aforesaid, may remove their toll gate from the bridge that is made across Four mile creek, and place the same, and collect the tolls of their said road and bridge, on any part of the said road: Provided, that the said toll gate shall not be placed any nearer to the town of Alexandria, than where it now stands, nor more than half a mile from where it now is.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That it shall and may be lawful for the president and directors of the said company, or a majority of them, to agree with the owners of any ground, to be occupied by the necessary toll houses and gates, for the right thereof, or in case of disagreement, or in case the owner thereof shall be a feme covert, under age, non compos, or out of the district, then the same shall be condemned, and paid for in the same manner, and subject to the same conditions as is provided by the act to which this is a supplement, for condemning the lands through which the road was to be conducted: Provided, the quantity of land so condemned, does not exceed half an acre.
Sec. 4. And be it further inacted, That to enable the said company immediately to complete and render sufficient the said road, according to the true intent and meaning of the said recited act, it shall and may be lawful for the stockholders of the said company, at any general meeting at which a majority of them in person, or by proxy, shall be present, to increase the number of shares, to such extent as shall be necessary 10 accomplish the work, on the road aforesaid, as now laid out, and to demand and receive the money subscribed for such shares in the like manner, and under the like penalties, as therein provided, for the original subscriptions.
APPROVED, April 25, 1810.
Corporation authorized to increase the number of shares.
April 25, 1810. Chap. XXIX.-In Act to allow the benefit of drawback on merchandise trans
ported by land conveyance from Newport to Boston, and from Boston to New
port, in like manner as if the same were transported coastwise. All goods im
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United ported into Bos- States of America in Congress assembled, That all goods, wares and pore which shall merchandise, duly imported into either of the ports of Boston and Newbe conveyed by port, which shall be transported by land conveyance from the port of Rhode Island
Newport, by the way of Rhode Island bridge and Taunton, to Boston; Ivridge and
or from Boston, by the same route, to Newport, and which being imTaunton, or exported by the ported into Newport, shall be exported from Boston: or which being
imported into Boston shall be exported from Newport, shall be entitled from Boston,
to the benefit of a drawback of the duties upon exportation, to any to the benefit of foreign port or place, under the same provisions, regulations, restrica drawback up. tions and limitations, as if the said goods, wares and merchandise were pola foreign port. transported coastwise from one to another of the said districts; and on
the proviso that all the provisions, regulations, limitations and restrictious existing in the case of goods, wares and merchandise, transported
by any of the routes mentioned in the seventy-ninth section of the act, Act of March entituled “An act to regulate the collection of duties on imports and 2, 1799, ch. 22. tonnage,” passed the second of March, one thousand seven hundred and
ninety-nine, shall be duly observed.
APPROVED, April 25, 1910.
shall be entitled
STATUTE II. CHAP. XXX.-An Act to establish Post Roads,
April 28, 1810. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United [Repealed.] States of America in Congress assembled, That the following be established as post roads:
In the District of Maine.-From Portsmouth, N. H. by Kittery, York, Post roads. Wells, Arundell, Biddeford, Saco, Scarboro', Cape Elizabeth, Portland, Falmouth, North Yarmouth, Freeport, Brunswick, Bath, Woolwich,
1814, ch. 75, Wiscasset, New Castle, Waldoboro', Warren, Camden, Canaan, Lincoln- sec. 2. rille, Northport, Belfast, Prospect, Buckstown, Orland, Trenton, Sulli
1815, ch. 69. ran, 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 cademy, to Paris. From Portland, by Falmouth, Gray, New Glouceser, Lewistown, Green, Monmouth, Winthrop, Augusta, Sydney, Waterille, Fairfield and Canaan, to Norridgewock and Auson. From Brunsrick, by Topsharn, Bowdoinham, Gardiner and Hallowell, to Augusta. from Gardiner, by Pittstown and Dresden, to Wiscassett. From Auusta, by Redfield, Mount Vernon, Chester and New Sharon, to Farmmgton. From Augusta, by Vassalboro', Winslow, Clinton, Fairfax, Jnity and Collegetown, to Hampden. From Wiscassett, by Edgecomb, o Boothbay. From Wiscassett, by New Milford, Jefferson, Palermo nd Montville, to Belfast. From Buckstown, by Frankfort, Hampden nd Bangor, to No. 1, 7th Range, and thence by Orrington, to Bucksown. From Buckstown, by Penobscot, Castine, Sedgwick and Blue Hill, to Buckstown, and from Castine to Lincolnville. From Sullivan
Goldsboro'. From Dennysville to Eastport. In Novo Hampshire.-From Salisbury, Ms. by Seabrook and Hamp 1812, ch. 80. on, to Portsmouth. From Portsmouth, by Durham and Northwood, to
1815, ch. 69. Concord. From Portsmouth, by Exeter and Kingston, to llaverhill, Is. From Portsmouth, by Exeter, Chester, Londonderry, Merrimack, mherst, Petersboro', Marlboro' and Keene, to Walpole. From Haverill, Ms. by Chester, Concord, Hopkinton, Henniker and Lempster, to harleston. From Haverhill, Ms. by Salem, to Windham. From Tyngpro', Ms. by Dunstable, Amherst, Francistown, Washington and Clareont, to Windsor, Vt. From Portsmouth, by Nottingham, Epsom, Pemoke, Concord, Salisbury, Andover, Wilmot, Enfield, Lebanon, Hanover, ime, Orford, Piermont, Haverhill, Bath, Littleton, Dalton, Lancaster, ockburn, Colebrook and Stuart, to Norfolk, Vt. From Hanover, by anaan and Groton, to Plymouth. From Salisbury, by Andover, New hester and Bridgewater, to Plymouth, thence by Holderness, New ampton and Sanbornton, to Salisbury. From Newburyport, Ms. by xeter, New Market, Durham, Dover and Barrington, to Gilmanton. rom Portsmouth, by Dover, Rochester, Middletown, Ossippee, Moultonbro', Centre Harbor, Plymouth and Haverhill, to Newbury; and from ymouth, by New Hampton, Meredith, Gilmanton, Nottingham and urham, to Portsmouth. From Friburg, Me. by Conway, Barletis, Roseooks and Jefferson, to Lancaster. From Winchendon, Ms. by Fitzlliam and Keene, to Brattleboro', Vt. From Warwick, Ms. by Winester and Hinsdale, to Brattleboro', Vt. From Ashby, Ms. by New swich and Jaffray, to Marlboro'. In Vermont.–From Lansingburg, N. Y. by Bennington, Shaftsbury, -lington, Manchester, Rutland, Pittsford, Branden, Leicester, Salis
Post roads, bury, Middlebury, New Haven, Vergennes, Ferrisburg, Charlotte, Shel
burn, Burlington, Colchester, Milton, Georgia and St. Alban's, to High1812, ch. 80, gate. From Williamston, Ms. by Pownall, to Bennington. From Brat1815, ch. 69,
tleboro', 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 Luneaburg, to Guildhall. rom 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,
aunton, Dighton, Somerset and Swanzey, to Warren, R. I. From oston, by Concord, Stow, Bolton, Lancaster, Leominster, Westminster, empleton, Gerry, Athol and Orange, to Warwick. From Concord,
Littleton, Groton and Townsend, to Ashby. From Concord, by itzwilliam, N. H. to Brattleborough, Vt. From Boston, by Medford, obourn, Billerica and Chelmsford, to Tyngsboro'. From Woburn, by ndover, to Haverhill. From Billerica, by Patucket bridge, Dracut, elham, N. H. and Windham, to Londonderry. From Salem to Marblead. From Salem, by Manchester, to Gloucester. From Salem, by anvers, Topsfield, Boxford and Bradford, to Haverhill. From Newryport to Haverhill. From Troy, by Freetown, Berkley, to Taunton. om Plymouth, by Taunton, to Providence, R. I. From Framington,
Southborough, Westborough, Grafton, Sutton, Oxford, Dudley and
1812, ch. 80.
1812, ch. 80. 1814, ch. 75, 1815, ch. 69.
In Connecticut.- From Rye, N. Y. by Greenwich, Stamford, Norwalk, rfield, Bridgeport, Stratford, Milford, New Haven, North-haven, llingford, Berlin, Wethersfield, Hartford and Windsor, to Suffield. m Norwalk, by Reading, Danbury, Brookfield, New Milford, Washon, Litchfield, Harwinton, Burlington, Farmington, Hartford, East tford, Ashford and Pomfret, to Thompson. From New Milford, by nt and Sharon, to Salisbury. From Bridgeport, by Trumbull, Rip
Huntington and Newton, to Brookfield. From New Haven, by by, Southbury, Woodbury, Bethlehem, Litchfield and Goshen, to aan. From New Haven, by Woodbridge, Waterbury, Watertown, hfield, Cornwall and Sharon, to Poughkeepsie, N. Y. From New en, by Cheshire and Southington, to Farmington. From New Haven, Durham and Middletown, to Wethersfield. From New Haven, by ford, Guilford, Killingworth, Saybrook, Lyme, New London, Cheland Jewitt's city, to Plainfield. From Saybrook, by Petty Paug, dam, East Haddam and Middle Haddam, to Middletown. From ington, by New London, Montville, Colchester, Glastenbury, Hart
Wintonbury, Canton, New Hartford, Winchester and Norfolk, to aan.
From Norwich, by Canterbury and Brooklyn, to Pomfret. m Hartford, by Simsbury, to Granby. From New Hartford, by land, to Colebrook. From Hartford, by East Hartford, Oxford, ron, Lebanon and Norwich, to Chelsea. From Hartford, by CovenVindham and Canterbury, to Plainfield. From Hartford, by Tolland, cafford. From East Hartford, by East Windsor, to Springfield, Ms.
Danbury to Ridgefield. New York.–From Jersey city, by New York, Harlaem and New belle, to Rye. From New York city, by Brooklyn, Jamaica, Hemp, Merrick, South Oyster Bay, South Huntington, Islip, Patchogue, lace, Morriches, Westhampton, Southampton and Bridgehampton, ng Harbor.
From Jamaica, by Queen's c. h. Oyster Bay, Huntn, Dixhills, Smithtown, Setauket, Brookhaven and Riverhead, uthhold. From New York, by Kingsbridge, Yonkers, Greensburg, at Pleasant, Peekskill, Fishkill, Poughkeepsie, Staatsburg, RhineRedhook, Clermont, Hudson, Kinder hook, Albany, Schenectady, erdam, Tripshill, Palatine, Little Falls, Herkimer, Utica, New Ford, Westmoreland, Oneida, Sullivan, Caneseraga, Manlius, Onon
1812, ch. so. 1814, ch. 75. 1815, ch. 69.
Post roads, daga, 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 Lindsleystown, 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 Bridewater, 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 Browns. ville. From Utica, by Trenton, Steuben, Leyden, Turin, Lowville, Harrisburg, Oxbow, Dekalb, Canton, Ogdensburg, Lisbon, Hamilton, Madrid, Pottsdarn, 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 Cainbridge, Salem, Ilebron, Granville and Hampton, to Poultney, Vt. From Willsboro' to Charlotte, Vt. From Albany to New Lebanon. From Hudson, by Claverac, to Egremont, Ms.
In New Jersey.-From Morrisville, Pa. by Trenton, Princeton, New
Brunswick, Rahway, Elizabethtown and Newark, to Jersey city. From 1814, ch. 75. 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 Coopers town, by Haddonfield, Taunton and Atsion, to Tuckertown. From Trenton, by Bordentown, Mount Holly, Black Horse, New Egypt, New
1812, ch. 80.
1815, ch. 69.