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Products of mineral substances ib. History
of animal do. ib.
291 Civil divisions, and population
292 of each
Civil divisions, and popula-
301 Military force
Salaries of public officers 303 Education and seminaries
307 Prices of horses and cattle 339
ib. Price of lands, &c.
308 Products of mineral substances ib.
of vegetable do. 341
Forest trees and shrubs
tion of each
Price of land
of provisions, &c.
347 Manners and character 373
Forest trees and plants 350 History
ib. Civil divisions, and popula.
351 tion of each
Manners and character
352 Valuation of lands and houses
Civil divisions, and population
ib, and 388
353 Military force
357 Price of provisions
358 Products of mineral substances 389
of vegetable da.
Coileges and academies
of animal do.
Value of lands and houses 361 Canals
Exports to New Orleans in Inventions
363 Books relating to this state ib.
Situation and boundaries
Situation and boundaries 364 Aspect of the country, and
Aspect of the country, and nature of the soil
nature of the soil
Civil divisions, and popula.
of vegetable do. ib.
of vegetable do. 449 Commerce
453 Books relating to this state
Rivers--Delta of the Missis. Forts
STATE OF CONNECTICUT. *
SituatION AND EXTENT.-Between 410 and 41° 2° north latitude, and 3° 20' and 5° east longitude from Washington. Bounded on the north by Massachusetts ; south by Long Island Sound; east by Rhode Island; west by New York. This state stretches ninety miles along the sea coast. The Massachusetts line of boundary is seventy-two, and that which separates it from Rhode Island is forty-five miles long. Area—4000 square miles, or 2,560,000 acres.
Mountains.—The Toghconnuc chain of mountains runs northward from Ridgefield, between the western boundary of the state and the Housatonic river. On
* So named from the river which traverses the state, formerly written Quonectiquot, and signifying Long River.
The name of New England was applied to all that portion of the United States' territory which lies eastward of the river Hudson, including the five states of Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachu. setts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. VOL. II.