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No.1 John L. Bevens

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25 75 60 25 60 Daniel Thomas

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50 Phineas Paxson

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50 Kasson, Gray & Co.

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50 35 25 Kasson, Gray & Co.

20 25 11 16 16 60 25 Christopher Medler

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50 35 25 Christopher Medler

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And this average will in reality be reduced somewhat routes suggested: consequently the location of the canal lower; because on some of the sections where the high. must be confined immediately to the valley of the Delaest prices are proposed for embankment, there will be ware, as far as Morrisville. At this place a question none, as on 13 and 20; and on others very little, as on arises as to the most favourable place of termination. To 35 and 36.

this effect, different routes have been examined, the The actual letting is therefore less than the estimate, most prominent of which are those designated in the for it will be recollected that Mr. Sargent's estimate, schedule of estimates, by the names of the Bristol and fromwhich the foregoing is copied, was predicated on the Tullytown routes. A view of the relative situation of supposition that the canal would be four feet deep; and these routes may be seen by a reference to the map to which estimate the sum of $45,972 30 was afterwards herewith presented. added for a five feet cut; being about 16 cents per cu This, it is presumed, will be sufficient for the gover-E bic yard for the excavation of the additional foot. This nance of the board in fixing on the place of termination. sum, should no unforeseen difficulties present them The estimates hereto annexed are predicated on the selves, it is fair to conclude, will be excess in the esti- supposition that the canal be 40 feet wide at the top,

28 at bottom, and 4 feet depth. Locks 90 feet clear in No comparative view of the other items of the con length, and 14 feet width. tract prices can be made with any approximation to ac The additional estimate for 5 feet depth, supposes the curacy, for although proposals were offered and receiv- canal to be 40 feet wide at top, with proportionate width ed on many of the sections, as well for rock, hard pan, at bottom. Locks 100 feet clear in length and 14 feet &c. as for common excavation and embankment, yet it is width. not anticipated that much will occur on the 18 miles, ex

All which is respectfully submitted, cept some solid and detached rock in the neighbourhood of Morrisville, especially on the 19th, 20th and 21st sec

H. G. SARGENT, Engineer. tions, and some shell or slate rock on three or four of the Bristol, Aug. 20, 1827. upper sections. Nor can any comparison between the estimated and actual cost of locks, aqueducts, culverts or bridges to be made, as none have yet been put under Estimate of the cost per mile of the canal along the val. contract.

ley of the Delaware, commencing on the south side

of the Lehigh at Easton. No. 2. 'To the board of Canal Commissioners of Pennsylvania. No. of ms. Cost per mile. No. of ms.

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Cost per mile. Gentlemen-In compliance with instructions received

1 from the secretary of the board at Philadelphia, on the

$20,436 22 29 10,555 79

2 19,732 30 30 8th of July last, relative to a survey for a canal along

28,026 25

3 the valley of the Delaware river. I proceeded immedi

12,448

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4,679 20

18,873 12 32 ately to Easton, and as soon as a sufficient party could

4,849 39

5 be organised, the necessary surveys and examinations

17,823 24

6,185 20

12,757 60 34 were commenced, keeping in view a continuation of the

3,687 20

7 27,335 90 35 canal up the Delaware to Carpenter's point. My atten

10,220 24

8 tion has been directed to an examination and estimate

29,178

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7,534 9

3,302 80 37 of the route south of the Lehigh. In commencing this

5,023

10 12,390 48 38 survey, it was important to determine the most eligible

4,838 64

11 11,135 68 39 mode of crossing the Lehigh, and of making use of that

11,684 40

12 12,256 28 40 stream as a feeder.

4,135 60 13 23,202

41 To effect these two objects, I adopted the plan of

6,708

14 4,619 20 42 raising the water in the Lehigh, ten feet, by a dam, of

8,003

15 5,103 16 43 corresponding height and accordingly assumed a level

3,674

16 ten feet above the surface of the water, at its junction

4,342 80 44

5,566

17 with the Delaware, for the governance of my examina

4,501 84

5,013 20

18 tions. From this point a careful and particular estimate

3,643 20

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4,672 80 of each mile has been made, including fencing, bridges,

3,397 49 47

4,939 20

20 2,566 51 48 aqucducts, culverts, rebuilding roads, &c. The aggre.

9,220 80

21 3,299 11 49 gate expense of each mile so estimated, together with

5,833

22 9,086 72 50 the amount for lockage, waste wiers, and the dam across

2,884 40

23 9,303 10 51 the Lehigh, also comparative estimates of the Bristol

4,578

24 and Tullytown routes, and the additional expense for a

4,332 40 52

4,076 40

25 canal of five feet depth, will be seen by a reference to

12,863 40 53

4,535 44

26 the schedule of estimates hereunto annexed.

4,307 40 54

4,446 64

27 12,946 27 55 In constructing this canal the most important difficul

4,206 40

28 32,585 88 56 ty is in passing bluff rocky hills, which in many places,

9,193 96 form the shore of the river: making it necessary to raise embankments from the water's edge, which must be

526,740 25 protected by a wall, varying in height from fifteen to twenty feet, according to the relative situation of the Wasteweirs

3,000 00 river banks. A large portion of the route passes over Dam across Lehigh

6,000 00 undulating bottom land, soil, generally sand, loam and Lockage 170 feet at $200 per foot

34,000 00 gravel After passing New Hope about four miles, the country

569,740 25 west of the river becomes more level, bottom land in- Add 10 per cent for contingencies

56,974 02 creases in width, and the general aspect would seem to give more latitude to the location of a canal. Under | Total amount of the Tullytown route 626,714 27 this impression various routes were suggested for the purpose of crossing the country to Neshamony, and actual surveys have been made on the most favourable that could be found: the result of these examinations, i Average per mile at 4 feet cutting,

11,191 32 think determines the impracticability of either of the

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Estimate of the Tullytown route for a canal 5 ft deep. Estimated Expense of a Canal from Bristor to Philo questa son. To To

delphia.

626,714 27 ged, t Add,

Section No.1 $4,498 40 43,184 46

2 4,952 80 stols Total amount

669,898 73

3 30,322 00 Including Aqueduct over Ne

shamany creek. the med Average per mile

4 11,962 47

4,214 00 5 5,480 00 6

5,412 77 Estimate of the Bristol route, continuing from the end of

7 minst

4,912 00
section 51 on the Tullytown route.

8 10,801 60 Do. Poquiston.
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4,987 84
No. of miles. Cost pr mile.

10 cler

5,302 00
Amount to and including 51 500,281 41

11 19,959 92 Do. Pennypack.
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4,476 40

12 5,736 84
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4,935 44

13 7,468 08
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4,846 64

14 18,857 90 Do. Tocony or Frankford.
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6,178 00

15 4,506 40
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4,618 00

16 4,336 40
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17 4,417 60
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3,058 00 17} miles 18 7,944 64 Basin at Kensington. 59

2,970 00 60 5,094 00

174,111 19 Add 10 p.ct. 17,411 11

539,385 89 Do. 5 ft. canal 9,276 80 Add for waste weirs, dam locks, as for the Tullytown route

43,000 00

200,799 10 582,385 89

$11,474 23, 43-100ths Expense per milo Add 10 per cent. for contingencies, &c. 58,238 58 for 5 feet Canal.

640,624 47 Estimate of the Cost of the eighteen miles of the Delaware

Division now under contract, at contract pricos. Average per mile at 4 feet cutting

10,677 07

The excavation and embankment the whole
Estimate of the Bristol route for a canal of 5 feet deep.

distance, including bridge embankments,
rock and grubbing

71,922 00 To

640,624 47 For fences, bridges, aqueducts, culverts,&c.
Add

45,972 30 which have not yet been contracted for,
the original estimate was

25,199 00 Total amount

686,596 77
Whole cost of the 18 miles

97,121 00 Average per mile

11,443 27

H. G. SARGENT, Engineer.

December 15, 1827. To the Board of Canal Commissioners of Pennsylvania.

No. 15. Gentlemen,-In pursuance of instructions received from the secretary of the board, I have continued a sur

To the Board of Canal Commisgioners of Pennsylvania. rey and estimate for a canal along the valley of the De. Gentlemen-In pursuance of your instructions relalaware river from Bristol to Philadelphia, terminating at tive to the survey for the canal along the valley of the Kensington, near Mr. Dyott's glass factory.

Delaware, I have made the necessary surveys and exami. The level for this line was commenced at a benched nations from Carpenter's point to Easton, connecting willow tree opposite the borough of Bristol, correspond them with the survey previously made from the latter ing with the anticipated location of the canal at that place to ride water. In commencing the survey of the place, as previously surveyed, and extended along the upper route my attention was first directed to the loca. north side of the turnpike to Neshamony creek. From tion of a dam at or near the point. With this view obthence crossing the turnpike the line passes between it servations were made at different places, the most faand the river, to the place of termination.

vourable of which is near Dunning's ferry, and about The surface of the country generally, is considerably two and a half miles above the point. At this place the undulating, which would cause frequent extra-excava- river is but four hundred and thirteen feet wide. A tions and embankments

. The soil is principally loam, smooth surface of slate rock extends nearly across, sand and gravel, some cobble stone.

making a permanent foundation for the dam. "The DeIn making the estimate I have calculated the cubic laware and Hudson canal approaches within fifteen yards of excavation and embankment at prices varying chains of the bank, on the New York side of the river, according to the nature of the work. The estimate for and the location is in every respect favorable for conaqueducts over Poquiston, Pennypack and Frankford necting the two canals, if desirable. Believing this to creeks, supposes them to be built with stone abutments be the most eligible situation for commencing the survey and piers, with wooden superstructures. The one over for the canal, 1 according assumed a level seven feet Neshamony is calculated to be built entirely of stone, above the surface of the water for the government of whole length of water way, two hundred and sixty feet. my examinations down the river.

Fences and bridges and all other necessary appen. Ibis level will require a damn of 01 feet in height, which, dages, have been included in each mile, the aggregate together with the fall in the river immediately below of which will be seen by reference to the schedule of es- the anticipated location of the dam, will put the canal timates hereto annexed.

out of the reach of the floods, with but little extra ex. All which is respectfully submitted.

pense. H. G. SARGENT, Engineer. The location of the canal upon which the estimate is Philadelphia, Sept. 10, 1827.

predicated, is confined immediately to the valley of the

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Estimate.-Continued. been made from the Bush hill to the summit level of a

No. of ms. Dols.

No. of ms. Dols. proposed route, passing back of the mountain at Walpack Bend, and intersecting the river again at Broadhead's creek. The elevation of the summit is one hun

53 15,069 58 63 21,421 54 dred and twenty feet above the level of the river route,

54 21,677 86 64 21,207 43 as located at the Bush hill, making two hundred and

55 29,123 91 65

5,726 00

56 forty feet extra lockage. This, together with the diffi

40,566 69 66 20,192 90 culty of obtaining a quantity of water sufficient to supply

57 11,552 44 67 17,527 39 the summit level, induced me to confine my estimate to

58 35,163 56 68 14,575 89 the river route, as being the most eligible of the two.

59 25,512 52 69 23,841 98 In making the estimate, the line has been divided into

60 9,031 15 70 37,343 38 sections of one mile, and minute estimates made of each

61 27,390 56 section, predicated on the supposition that the canal is

62 20,888 05

11,158,388 84 to be made entirely inland, four feet deep, and forty feet wide at the top water line, with locks fourteen by nine- Add for 268 439-1000 feet lockage at $500 134,219 50 ty feet clear in the chamber, including the cubic yards Do dam at Dunning's Ferry

8,000 00 of excavation, embankment and wall, at prices varying according to the nature of the work, also fences, bridges, Total amount

1,300,608 34 aqueducts, culverts and all other necessary appendages, except the locks and dams. The aggregate amount of Add 10 per cent.

130,060 83 each section so estimated may be seen by a reference to the schedule of estimates hereunto annexed. The Whole distance 70 miles

1,430,669 17 amount added for lockage and the dam will be found at the close of estimate.

Average per mile

20,438 13 The most important difficulties to be surmounted in constructing a canal on this route, are in passing bluff Sigoed, H. G. SARGENT, Engineer. rocky mountains, that come close on the river, making it necessary to raise embankments in the river, which

No. 16. must be protected by walls considerably heavier than Estimate of the proposed canal connecting the Schuylis required on the route south of the Lehigh.

kill and the Delaware, on the plan of cutting down the These difficulties are more frequent than on the lower summit to within 20 feet of low water. route. The bottom land is more undulating, causing From the summit to the Schuylkill, average cut 3 feet frequent deep excavation and heavy embankments. 6 inches, 12 chains-3105 cubic yards, at This together with the additional amount of lockage, 8 cts

248 40 will account for the estimate so far exceeding that of the From Do. to the Delaware, average cut, 7 route south of the Lehigh.

ft, 39 chains23,404 cub yds at 10 cts, 2340 40 Any further quantity of water that may be required, Summit level, 15 ft, 3 inches, cut-335,235 after leaving the river at Dunning's ferry, may be ob. yds. at 18 cts

6312 SO tained from the tributaries of the Delaware, the most Forty feet of lockage, at $500 per foot 20000 00 important of which are the Bush hill and Broadhead's Two tide locks, at 7000 dols each

14000 00 creek.

Steam machinery, &c. for raising water 12000 00
A map of the route is now making, and will be for-
warded to the board as soon as completed.

Total for 3 miles less 18 chains, 108,931 10
All of which is respectfully submitted,
Signed, H. G. SARGENT, Engineer.

Estimate of a thorough cut by the same route.

Average cut, 29 feet, 2 inches-1,208,450 cubic yards Estimate of the proposed canal from Carpenter's point to at 30 cents

362,535 00 Easton, in scctions of one mile each.

Two tide locks, at 7000 dols each

14,000 00 No, of ms. Dols. No. of ms. Dols.

376,535 00 1 10,343 64

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H. G. SARGENT, Engineer.
2 18,710 82 28 6,249 96 Dec. 15, 1827.
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4,311 53 29 20,523 13
4,516 53 30 63,488 33

POST OFFICES AND POSTAGE.
5,545 38 31 11,610 38
15,625 48 32 6,957 83 We have received from Washington, the letter of the
17,896 57 33 18,363 99

Post Master General, accompanied with a list of Post
5,051 26 34 8,623 69
9 23,105 62

Offices in the United States, and the nett amount of

35 4,466 37 10 7,842 99 36 3,983 23 Postages received from each for one year ending 31st of 11 25,364 00

7,501 17 March 1827. From this list it appears there were at 12 24,723 71

38,883 69

that time 560 post offices in Pennsylvania. The whole 13 18,531 19

9,843 43 14 30,391 30 40 15,013 92

amount of postage collected in the state amounts to 15

8,201 17 41 30,843 60 $127,821 51, of which the post office in this city paid 16 17,305 22 42 21,861 50 $77,446 4, nearly kths of the whole amount received 17 22,248 26 43 32,748 07

from the state-Harr isburg and Pittsburg hold the next 18

5,021 24 44 60,660 00 19 5,776 50 45

rank. We observe one office (Alba.) has contributed

14,117 73 20 7,068 51

46 9,299 25 seven cents. In looking over this list we notice several 21 11,918 15 47 9,604 42

offices having the same name—from which circumstance 16,914 94 48 7,731 86

some mistakes must occur in the conveyance of letters. 23 6,140 04

49 4,382 60 24 4,872 68 50 13,851 72

The names of the post offices and the amount received 25 4,362 85 51

9,460 31 from each are as follows. The number of offices must 26 6,154 51

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4,106 88

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POST OFFICES IN PENNSYLVANIA.

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Aaronsburg $107 13 Calhounville

22 62 Earle
21 99/Hartleton

27 74 Abbottstown 53 54 Campbellstown 19 68 East Hanover

7 50 Hartsville

34 34 Abington 15 16 Canal Port 3 51 East Liberty 14 60 Harvey's

3 70 Adamsburg 44 05 Canoe Camp 3 04 East Nantmeal 7 72 Hatboro'

29 18 Adamstown 6 77 Cannonsburg 254 13 Easton 787 08 Hellertown

14 26 Agnew's Mills 5 67 Canton

15 25 | East Smithfield 11 06 Hendricksville 19 16 Alba 007 Carlisle 1,420 16 East Whiteland

59 44 Hickory

31 71 Alexandria 109 80 Carmichael 16 40 | Ebensburg 80 75 Hillsboro'

44 63 Allegany Bridge 1 41 Cattawissa

60 29 | Economy
72 52 Hill's Grove

5 87 Allentown 301 75 Centre Point

2 87 Edgemont
20 84 Hilltown

7 75 Allenville 24 14 Centreville 6 80 Elderton

8 39 Hinkletown

6 97 Allum Bank 6 12 Cerestown 13 02 Eldredville

6 26 Hoguestown

51 70 Amity

28 61 Chambersburg 1,029 65 Elizabeth C. H. 66 05 Hollidaysburgh 38 23 Andersonburg, 16 04 Chanceford

18 17 Elizabethtown 100 99 Holmesburgh 208 25 Andrew's Bridge 5 76 Charlestown

48 46 Elk Creek

12 12 Honeybrook

39 76 Antis Township 10 50 Chatham 18 10 Elkland

7 75 Hookstown

24 54 Anville 91 07|Cherry 14 14 | Emaus

8 20 Hop Bottom

32 42 Arbela 0 61 Cherry Bridge 3 70 Ennisville

18 11 Hopewell

27 95 Armagh 43 37 Cherry Tree 3 01 | Ephrata 64 68 Horseham

13 26 Asylum 8 23 Cherryville 23 34 Erie

187 95 Hulingsburgh 8 54 Athens 119 02 Chesnut Hill

9 84 Erwinna
14 65 Hulmesville

15 90 Attleborough 37 00 Chester

194 26 | Espy

6 84 Hummelstown 156 19 Bainbridge 18 26 Churchtown 63 99 Evansburgh

12 07 Humphreyville 3 86 Bakerstown 3 60 Clarion

0 30 Ewing's Mills 3 72 Hunterstown 11 03 Bald Eagle 8 48 Clark's Ferry 45 87 | Exeter

8 38 Huntingdon 311 13 Barren Hill 3 55 Clarksville, G. co. 15 84 | Fairfield 45 74 Huntington

18 59 Bart 20 59 Clarksville, W.co. 32 57 Fairview

35 18 Huntsville

4 86 36 85 Claysville Bath 62 89 Fannettsburgh 50 66 Ickesburgh

14 99 Beach Grove 22 51 Clearfield 19 97 | Fawn Grove

21 02 Independence 1 05 Beallville 56 57 Clearfield Bridge 4 84 Fayetteville

8 57 Indiana

148 21 Bear Gap 22 81 Clingans 7 53 Finleyville 7 09 Ingham

4 98 107 55 Fishing Creek 5 24 Irvine Beavertown, B. co. 150 09 Coatesville

2 02 Beavertown, U. co. 20 19 Cochransville 66 18 Foylesville

21 10 Ivy Mill

9 70 Bedford 477 51 Coffee Run 4 57 | Fox Township 2 93 Jackson

6 47 Beelen's Ferry 7 06 Coleraine 15 25 Frankford 209 80 Jacksonville

17 56 Bellefonte 399 23 Coleraine Forge 38 38 Frankfort

28 06 Jefferson

69 14 Belle Vernon 11 62 Collinsville

5 63 Franklin
105 46 Jenkinton

54 80 Bellville 45 80 Columbia 486 45 Franklin Dale

1 90 Jennersville

11 60 Bennett's Branch 8 55 Columbia X Roads 0 46 Franklintown

8 70 Jersey Shore 145 92 Bentleysville 4 14 Columbus 7 09 Frankstown 52 49 Jerseytown

23 34 Berlin, A. co. 42 43 Concord 36 86 Fredericktown 17 99 Johnstown

28 09 86 99 Concord Meet. House 15 11 Freeburgh

11 84 Jonestown Berlin, S. co.

53 73 Bermudian 7 23 Coniatville 16 95. Freedingsburgh

10 33

4 34 Karthaus Berwick 108 10 Connellsville 155 74 Freeport

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64 23 Keating Bethany 88 96 Conyngham 41 00 French Mills

3 11 Keener's Mills 17 67 Bethlehem 403 10 Cookstown 36 52 Friendsville

51 55 Kennett's Square

37 00 Birchardsville 9 67 Coolbaughs

11 50 Gambles

4 84 Kensington 189 24 47 73 Cootstown Birmingham

71 93 Gap

19 70 Kernsville

22 85 Black Horse 49 70 Covington

14 43 Gebhart's

2 49 Kimberton

14 59

10 43 Kimblesville Blair's Gap 9 93 Georgetown

11 16 18 44 Craig's Meadow

90 40 Blairsville

113 83 Cross Creek Village 20 99 Georgetown, M. co. 22 69 Kingston Blakely 4 08 Curwensville 44 82 Germantown 425 88 Kinzua

8 05 Blockley 45 61 Dallas

3 07 Gettysburgh
493 72 Kirk's Mills

29 42 Bloody Run 69 34 Dalmatia 16 32 Gibson

43 80 Kiskiminetas 63 73 Bloomfield 8 31 Damascus 18 27 | Glen Connell

154 18

3 57 Kittanning Bloomsburgh 98 20 Danboro'

13 61 | Gratz
17 77 Klinesville

5 04 Boalsburgh 55 85 Danville 209 51 Graysville

11 20

14 75 Klingerstown Braintrem 45 13 Darby 129 71 Great Bend

22 77

41 74 Knoxville Branchtown 15 60 Darlingsville 5 82 | Great Salt Works

24 24

41 18 Kreidersville Brandywine Manor 27 92 Dauphin

24 78 Green Castle 238 72 Lady Washington Briceland's X Roads 66 91 Davisville

3 83 Greenfield
14 69 Lafayette

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26 85 Brighton 14 59 Dick's Run

0 75 Greensburgh, G.co. 68 71 Lampetre Square Bristol

2,074 23 250 18 Dillsburgh

46 71 Greensburgh, W.co. 448 35 Lancaster Brown's Mills 50 87 Dillworthtown 18 64 Greenville

71 97

9 05 Landisburgh Brownsville 392 05 Dimocksville

4 41 Greenwood
14 41 Lanesville

4 18 Buckingham

48 91 56 03 Dingham's Ferry 19 81 Greersburgh

102 14 Laughlintown Buck Tavern 52 20 Donegal 22 73 Gulf Mills

5 79

11 71 Laurel Hill Buffalo

36 27 13 50 Douglass' Mills 16 59 | Half Moon

23 13 Laurenceburgh

41 39 72 46 Dover

46 17 Lawrenceville Burgettstown 17 85 | Halifax

10 03 Burlington 13 57 Downingtown

77 34 Lawsville 106 78 Hamburgh

36 32

145 48 Leacock Burnt Cabin 21 96 Doylestown 158 57 | Hanover

526 55

30 82 Lebanon Bursonville 3 03 Dry Run

14 61 Harford Bushkill

6 89 13 35 Dublin

0 92 Harlansburgh 11 35 Lehigh Gap Bustletown

25 43 86 16 Dundaff 96 81 Harmansburgh

4 94 Lehighton

2 18 Butler 130 64 Dunnsburgh

123 99 Lenox

29 63 Harmony Butztown

37 71 18 30 Durham 10 05 Harrisburgh 5,962 64 Lewisberry

99 87

20 93\Lewisburgh Byberty 4 15 Dutottsburgh 15 47 | Harrisville

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