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A map of the United States exhibiting post roads & distances : the first sheet comprehending the nine northern states, with parts of Virginia and the territory north of Ohio /

A map of the United States exhibiting post roads & distances : the first sheet comprehending the nine northern states, with parts of Virginia and the territory north of Ohio /

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01/01/1796
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Bradley, Abraham, 1767-1838.
Harrison, William, 1774-
Barker, W. (William), active 1795-1803.
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Journal kept by Hugh Finlay, surveyor of the post roads on the continent of North America, during his survey of the post offices between Falmouth ad Casco Bay, in the province of Massachusetts, and Savannah, in Georgia; begun the 13th Septr., 1773 and ended 26th June 1774.

Journal kept by Hugh Finlay, surveyor of the post roads on the continent of North America, during his survey of the post offices between Falmouth ad Casco Bay, in the province of Massachusetts, and Savannah, in Georgia; begun the 13th Septr., 1773 and ended 26th June 1774.

Journal kept by Hugh Finlay, surveyor of the post roads on the continent of North America, during his survey of the post offices between Falmouth ad Casco Bay, in the province of Massachusetts, and Savannah, in Georgia; begun the 13th Septr., 1773 and ended 26th June 1774.

Journal kept by Hugh Finlay, surveyor of the post roads on the continent of North America, during his survey of the post offices between Falmouth ad Casco Bay, in the province of Massachusetts, and Savannah, in Georgia; begun the 13th Septr., 1773 and ended 26th June 1774.

Journal kept by Hugh Finlay, surveyor of the post roads on the continent of North America, during his survey of the post offices between Falmouth ad Casco Bay, in the province of Massachusetts, and Savannah, in Georgia; begun the 13th Septr., 1773 and ended 26th June 1774.

Journal kept by Hugh Finlay, surveyor of the post roads on the continent of North America, during his survey of the post offices between Falmouth ad Casco Bay, in the province of Massachusetts, and Savannah, in Georgia; begun the 13th Septr., 1773 and ended 26th June 1774.

Journal kept by Hugh Finlay, surveyor of the post roads on the continent of North America, during his survey of the post offices between Falmouth ad Casco Bay, in the province of Massachusetts, and Savannah, in Georgia; begun the 13th Septr., 1773 and ended 26th June 1774.

Journal kept by Hugh Finlay, surveyor of the post roads on the continent of North America, during his survey of the post offices between Falmouth ad Casco Bay, in the province of Massachusetts, and Savannah, in Georgia; begun the 13th Septr., 1773 and ended 26th June 1774.

Journal kept by Hugh Finlay, surveyor of the post roads on the continent of North America, during his survey of the post offices between Falmouth ad Casco Bay, in the province of Massachusetts, and Savannah, in Georgia; begun the 13th Septr., 1773 and ended 26th June 1774.

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