Journal, 1787 June 18-September 4.

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near it Calybeate springs & a famous paper mill. Is the County town goal, Episcopal Church no service Quakers meeting & about 60 houses here the outward bound ships generally take in their passengers from Philadeph or at Gravesend _ 8 Creeks on the road 6 of which have bridges _

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_ _ _ _ _ _ To Darby 8 miles, country as the last, 4 Creeks 3 of them bridges_

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_ _ _ _ _ _ To Mr Rosses farm, midling land Country well settled _ _ _ _ _

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_ _ _ _ _ _ To Philadelphia, over the middle ferry bridge 400 feet wide _

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Mile - 1437

NB. In my three Tours, in 1784, 1785 & 1787, I had the pleasure of tracing & of viewing every place of action that happend during the War between Great Britain while the Americans was under the Command & conducted by General Washington in person.

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Buildings errected at Carlile during the War, vide page 7.

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Latent Spring on which are Mills [written on a watercourse drawn on the left side of the page]

[Buildings are labeled with a lettered key]

a. Barracks with piazza to both stories. 2 Story Brick

b. Officers House - of Brick, 2 story.

c. Powder Magazine of Stone

d. Hospital. Brick, 2 Story

e. Foundry for great guns &c_ Stone.

f. g. h. i. Stone Houses_ Brick, 2 Story

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General Washingtons Statement, when he applyed to the Assembly of Maryland, for a Law to Cooperate with Virginia, in clearing the navigation of Potomack.

from Havre D'Grace, mouth of Susquehannah

To Bald Friar Ferry _______________ 14 To Wrights __ Do. ________________ 26 miles To Canawaga Falls _______________ 10 To Harrisburg ___________________ 10 To Mouth of Juniato ______________ 15 To Canoe place above Standing Stone 75 Portage to Conemagh old town _____ 30 To Mouth of Kiskaminitas _ 60 To Down the Alligany to Fort Pitt ___ 30 270 Distance from Havre d'Grace to Fort Pit.

From Detroit to Potomack - Tide Water

To Cayahoga River (Lake Erie) 125 & up Ditto to the Portage _________ 60 Portage to Big Beaver Creek 8 down Beaver Creek to the Ohio _____85 up the Ohio to Fort Pit ____________ 25 303 To the mouth of Youghagany River _ 15 To the Falls of Do. (Opiopile) __ 50 Portage _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 To the 3 forks of Turkey Foot __ 8 Portage to Fort Cumberland __ 30 To Tide water of Patomack to George Town 200

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Total distance from Detroit to George Town 607

Potomack

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Another Rout from Detroit to Patomack,

Tide Water Viz.

To Cayahoga River & Fort Pit as before 303 To mouth of Chest River, up the Monogahely 75 To the Dunkard bottom on Cheat River _ _ 25 Portage to the N. branch of Patomack __ 20 To Fort Cumberland 40 To Tide Water at George Town 200 663

Another Rout from Detroit, avoiding Pensylvania

To the mouth of Cayahoga River as before 125 Up to the Carrying place between it and Mushkingm 54 Portage 1 To the mouth of Mushkingham 192 Down the Ohio to little Kenhawa River __ 12 Up the little Kenhawa _ _ _ _ 40 Portage to the W.t branch of Monongahela 10 Down D.o to the mouth of Cheal River _ _ 80 Up Cheal to the Dunkard bottom - - 25 Portage to the N.o branch of Patomack __ 20 To Fort Cumberland _ _ _ _ _ _ 40 To Tide Water at George Town _ _ 200 799

From Detroit to Montreal 775 To Quebeck 180 995

From Detroit to Albany - - - 783 To New York _ _ _ _ 160 943

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Warm or Berkley Springs, in Virginia

NB The Lots are generally a quarter of an acre each

N 1_5 Barks, each enters & fills in 9 minutes.

2 _ Swiming Bath

3 _ _ _ The Poors Bath.

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