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Daniel Fielding,

22 Judith Harris,

23 James Dunham,

24 William Hall,

25 John Wild,

1809, Nov. 18 Thomas Cummings,

28 Zerubbabel Gaskill,

1810, Oct. 31 Albert Cortleyou,

:: Nov. 2
Jonathan Appleton,
· Michael Hageman,

1811, Jan. 22
William Thatcher,
Reuben Freeman,
Daniel Trotter,
Edward Badgely,
Andrew Bowman,

Feb. 16
Derrick C. Westervelt,

20 Henry Haines,

22 Samuel Corey, Turnpike Roads. 1. Morris Turnpike, from Eliza

bethtown, through Morristown,
Newton, and over the Minisink
mountain at Culver's Gap, to the
Delaware, opposite Milford, in
Pennsylvania.

1801, Mar. 9 Supplement.

1803, Nov. 10 2. Bergen T. from Hackensack to Hoboken.

1802, Nov. 30 Supplement

1807, :: 16 3. Union T. from Morristown to Sparta, in Sussex.

1804, Feb. 23 Supplement.

1805, Nov. 11 4. Union T. continued from Sparta

thro' Culver's gap in the blue

mountain to the Delaware. 1806, Nov. 11 5. Trenton and New-Brunswick T.

from Trenton to New Brunswick. 1804, Nov. 14 Supplement

1806, :: 28 Uu

6. Newark T. from the city of Jer

sey, to the bridge over Hacken-
sack river, on the main road to
New-York.

1804, Dec. 1 The governor to subscribe for the

state 250 shares, or $12.500, be.
ing half of the stock, and which
was subscribed and paid.

3 Supplement.

1808, Nov. 4 7. Newark and Pompton T. from Newark to Pompton.

1806, Feb. 24 Supplement

:: Noy. 28 8. Newark and Mount Pleasant T.

from Newark to Mount-Pleasant. Feb. 27 9. Jersey T. from New Brunswick

bridge to Easton Delaware bridge. :: Supplements. 1806, Nov. 28, and 1811, Feb. 22 10. Essex and Middlesex T. from

New-Brunswick bridge to Newark. 1806, Mar. 3 11. Washington T. from Morris

town to the Delaware opposite

Easton. Supplement to.

1809, Nov. 15 12. Paterson & Hamburgh T. from

Aquacknonk landing to Decker-
town.

1806, Mar. 3 Supplement.

:: Nov. 26 13. Paterson and Hamburgh T.

continued from Deckertown cross-
ing the Minisink or Blue moun-
tain to the Delaware opposite Mil-
ford in Pennsylvania.

1809, Nov. 28 14. Springfield and Newark T. from Springfield to Newark,

1806, Mar. 3 15. Franklin T. from New-Pros

pect, near Hoppertown, to the
New York line.

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16. Hunterdon and Sussex T. from Trenton to Sussex.

: : 12 17. Princeton and Kingston branch

T. from Trenton to Princeton and
Kingston to the Trenton and N.
Brunswick turnpike.

1807, Dec. 3 18. Jefferson T. from Buckshire

valley thro’ the valley to the Pat

erson and Hamburgh turnpike. 19. Bellville T. from Bellville bridge

on Passaic to intersect the Newark and Pompton turnpike be

twixt Bloomfield & Cranetown. 1801, Nov. 15 20. Perth-Amboy T. from PerthAmboy to Boundbrook.

1808, Nov. 22 21. Woodbridge T. from New

Brunswick bridge thro’ Piscataway and Woodbridge to Rahway

river toll-bridge. 22. Burlington T. from Burlington

thro’ Bordentown, to intersect Trenton and New Brunswick

turnpike. Supplements. 1809, Nov. 8, and 1811, Feb. 6 23. Jersey and Acquacknonk T.

from Acquacknonk landing to

the Bellville turnpike. 24. Parsippany and Rockaway T.

from Vanduyns thro' Rockaway to the Union turnpike.

1809, Nov. 14 25. Water-Gap T. from the Morris

and Sussex turnpike near the 34 mile post, thro' Milton and Hope to the Delaware, near the WaterGap.

1811, Feb. 8 26. Ringwood and Long-Pond T.

from Ringwood to Long-Pond to
the division line near the 29th
and 30th milestones.

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27. Farmers T. from Springfield

thro' or near New-Providence,
Long-hill, Pluckamin, until it in-
tersects the Jersey turnpike near

Potterstown.
28. Newark and Morris T. from

Newark thro’ South-Orange to

Bottle-Hill or Morristown. 29. Vernon T. from the division

line near Decays, to intersect the

Paterson and Hamburgh turnpike. 30. New-Milford T. from the divi,

sion line between 29th and 30th
mile-stones to intersect the turn-
pike between Robert Colfax's
corner, and George Smith's near

1811, Feb, 11

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the toll-gate,

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W
Wharf on Rahway river.
Will and testament of William Brown,

executed in presence of two wit-
nesses declared to be as good and
Valid as if three witnesses,

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FINIS

Appendir.

THE population of the state of New-Jersey, as ascertained by the census taken in 1790, 1800, and 1810, and of the United States in 1810, is subjoined, on the recommendation of the Legislative Council. Aggregate of the number of Persons in the several counties of the state of New Jersey.

1790. Bergen, 12,601 Salem,

10,437 Essex,

17,785 Cape-May, 2,571 Middlesex,

15,956 Hunterdon, 20,253 Monmouth, 16,918 Morris,

16,216 Somerset, 12,296

Cumberland,

8,248 Burlington, 18,095 Sussex,

19,500 Gloucester, 13,363

TOTAL,

184,239 1800, Bergen, 15,156 Salem,

11,371 Essex,

22,269 Cape-May, 3,066 Middlesex,

17,890
Hunterdon,

21,261 Monmouth, 19,872 Morris, 17,750 Somerset,

12,815 Cumberland, 9,529 Burlington, 21,521

22,534 Gloucester, 16,115

TOTAL 211,149

1810. Bergen, 16,603 Salem,

12,761 Essex,

25,984 Cape-May, 3,632 Middlesex,

20,381

Hunterdon, 24,553 Monmouth, 22, i 50 Morris,

21,828 Somerset,

14,728 Cumberland, 12,670 Burlington, 24,979

Sussex,

25,549 Gloucester, 19,744

245,562

Sussex,

TOTAL,

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