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Otisco, p-t., Ionia co., Mich. It has 1 saw m. Can. in manufac. $3,000. Pop. 486.

Otis East, p-o., Otis t., Berkshire co., Mass., 116 w. Boston, 371 W.

Otisfield, p-t., Cumberland co., Me., 71 s. s. w. Augusta, 578 W. The soil is fertile, adapted to grain. Drained by Crooked r., which flows into Sebago pond or lake. It has 4 stores, cap. $1,950; 1 fulling m., 2 grist m., 2 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $3,000. Pop. 1,307.

Otisville, p-o., Mount Hope t., Orange co., N. Y., 110 s. s. w. Albany, 275 W.

Otsdawa, p-v., Otego t., Otsego co., N. Y., 86 w. Albany, 344 W. It contains 1 store, 1 tannery, 1 fulling m., 2 saw m., and 15 or 20 dwellings.

Otsego, lake, N. Y., situated in the n. part of Otsego co., and is 9 miles long, and from 1 to 2 broad. The water is clear, and it is stored with a variety of excellent fish. Its outlet is the source of Susquehanna r.; and at its departure from the lake, is the pleasant and flourishing village of Cooperstown, which has a fine view of the lake to the n.

Otsego, County, N. Y. Situated centrally toward the e. part of the state, and contains 892 sq. ms. The surface is elevated, hilly, and in some parts mountainous, with fertile valleys. The soil is various, but generally productive. It contains Otsego and Canaderaga or Schuyler's lakes, both flowing into the Susquehanna River. Drained by Susquehanna r., and Cherry Valley, Butternut, and Otego creeks. Unadilla r. bounds t on the w. In Burlington, the stones scattered over the surface consist extensively of marine petrifactions. Capital, Cooperstown. There were n 1840, neat cattle 66,035, sheep 235,979, swine 17,637; wheat 148,880 bushels produced, rye 18,236, Ind. corn 122,382, buckwheat 45,059, barley 116,715, oats 693,989, potatoes 1,293,109, hops 68,605 pounds, sugar 351,748; 139 stores, cap. 170,070; 7 furnaces, 43 fulling m., 4 woolen m, 8 cotton fac. 17,502 sp., 1 dyeing and printing establishment, 47 tanneries, 9 distilleries, 1 brewery, 65 grist m., 222 saw m., 3 oil m., 1 paper fac., 5 printing offices, 1 periodical, 4 weekly newspapers. Cap. in manufac. $929,229. 9 acad. 85 students, 300 schools 13,292 scholars. Pop. 3,628.

Otsego, t., Otsego co., N. Y., 66 w. Albany. The surface is hilly; soil, clay and gravelly id sandy loam. Otsego Lake lies on the e. border and Canaderaga lake on the n. w. The outlet of the latter is Oak cr., which affords good water power. It has 26 stores, cap. $112,100; 2 cotton fac. 4,000 sp., 1 furnace, 4 tanneries, 1 brewery, 1 paper fac, 3 printing offices, 2 weekly newspapers, and 1 periodical, 6 grist m., 12 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $169,650. 3 acad. 187 students, 24 sch. 1,021 scholars. Pop. 4,121.

Otsego, p-o., Muskingum co., O., 73 e. Columbus, 337 W.

Otsego, p-t.., Allegan co., Mich., 149 w. by n. Detroit, 614 W. The v. is situated on Kalamazoo r., which has a fall of 8 feet, and affords good water power. The v. is elevated 30 feet above 3 level of the river, and contains 2 stores, and m 200 inhabitants. There are in the t. 1 flouring m., 1 grist m., 5 saw m. Cap. in manufac $11,775. 3 sch. 103 scholars. Pop. 480.

Otsego, p-o., Lake co., Ill., 250 n. n. e. Springfield,756 W.

Otselic, cr., N. Y., rises in Madison co., and flowing through parts of Chenango, Cortland, and Broome counties, enters Toughnioga r. It affords good water power.

Otselic, p-t., Chenango co., N. Y., 15 n. w. Norwich, 86 w. by s. Albany, 344 W. The surface is hilly, and somewhat broken; soil, clay loam, and heavily timbered. Drained by Ostelic cr. It has 1 store, cap. $1,000; 2 tanneries, 1 grist m., 7 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $11,300. 14 sch. 521 scholars. Pop. 1,621.

Otsquaga, cr., N. Y., rises in the s. part of Herkimer co., and enters the Mohawk r. in Montgomery Co.

Otter Bridge, p-o., Bedford co., Pa., 134 w. Harrisburg, 209 W.

Otter, cr., Vt., the longest stream which runs wholly in the state, rises in Mount Tabor t., in the s. e. part of Rutland co., and flows 5 ms. s. into the n. e. part of Bennington co., and in Dorset turns to the n., and flows in a general course of n. by w. until it enters Lake Champlain in Ferrisburgh. It is navigable for the largest lake vessels 6 ms. to Vergennes. From Middlebury to Pittsford, 25 ms., it is boatable. It has fine falls at Middlebury, Weybridge, and Vergennes, affording extensive water power. The large vessels of McDonough's squadron, and several of the largest steamboats, have been built at Vergennes.

Otter Creek, p-o., Vigo co., Ia., 81 w. by s. Indianapolis, 653 W.

Otter Creek, p-o., Jersey co., Ill., 80 s. w. Springfield, 830 W.

Otter, Peaks of, Va., are the summits of the Blue Ridge, and the highest land in the state The e. peak is 3,104 feet high, and the w. 2,946 feet. Other statements make the greatest elevation 4,260 feet. They are situated between Bedford and Bottetourt counties, 30 w. by n. Lynchburg.

Otter Village, p-v., Ripley co., Ia., 67 s. e. Indianapolis.

Otto, p-t., Cattaraugus co., N. Y., 10 n. w. Ellicottville, 306 w. by s. Albany, 348 W. The surface is elevated and broken; soil, gravelly and clay loam. Cattaraugus cr. bounds it on the n., by which, and its tributaries, it is drained. It has 3 stores, cap. $6,000; 1 fulling m., 1 tannery, 2 grist m., 5 saw. Cap. in manufac. $9,800. 12 sch. 639 scholars. Pop. 2,133.

Ottobine, p-o., Rockbridge co., Va., 144 w. Richmond, 144 W.

Ottowa, County, O. Situated toward the n. w. part of the state, bounded by Lake Erie on the n., and contains 350 sq. ms. Drained by Portage and Toussaint rivers. Sandusky bay lies on its s. e. border. Surface level; soil, fertile. Capital, Port Clinton. There were in 1840, neat cattle 327, sheep 1,489, swine 5,074; wheat 14,506 bush, produced, rye 1,693, Ind. com 36,757, buckwheat 1,522, oats 3,465, potatoes 15,734, sugar 9,449 pounds; 5 stores, cap. $5,000; 1 tannery, 2 grist m., 2 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $12,400. 4 sch. 115 scholars. Pop. 2,248.

Ottowa, County, Mich. Situated in the n. w. part of the settled portion of the peninsula, and contains 700 sq. ms. The surface is rolling, with sand bluffs on the lake shore; soil, fertile. Lake Michigan bounds it on the w. Drained by Grand r. and its tributaries, and Maskegon r. Capital, Grand Haven. There were in 1840, neat cattle 269, swine 492; wheat 1,226 bush, produced, Ind. corn 3,950, oats 2,235, potatoes 7,741, sugar 12,229 pounds; 2 commission houses, cap. $1,000; 2 stores, cap. $3,500; 1 tannery, 12 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $104,500. Pop. 208.

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Ottowa, p-t., Ottowa co., O., 132 n. Columbus, 450 W. It has 2 commission houses, cap. S 1,000; 2 stores, cap. $3,500; 2 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $25,000.

Ottowa, p-v., capital of La Salle co., Ill., 133 n. n. e. Springfield, 773 W. Situated on both sides of Illinois r., at the junction of Fox r. The r. here is deep, and there is a convenient steam-boat landing; but the rapids for the distance of 8 or 9 ms. below require high water for the approach of steamboats. It was founded in 1830, and contains a court house, 10 stores, about 80 dwellings, and 500 inhabitants. It possesses an extensive water power.

Ottsville, p-v., Nockamixon t., Bucks co., Pa., 112 e. Harrisburg, 174 W. It contains a store and 6 or 8 dwellings.

Oury's, p-o., Hamilton co., O., 124 s. w. by w. Columbus, 508 W.

Overslaugh, N. Y., consists of a succession of bars and flats in Hudson r., 3 ms. below Albany, rendering the channel shallow and winding. By walls on the sides of the r., erected by the government of the United States, the main bed of the r. has been narrowed, and the navigation improved.

Overton, County, Tenn. Situated in the n. part of the state, and contains 890 sq. ms. Drained by Obies r. and its branches, and by Roaring cr. Surface undulating: soil, fertile, especially along the streams. Capital, Monroe. There were in 1840, neat cattle 12,213, sheep 11,011, swine 42,034; wheat 38,452 bush, produced, rye 3,713, Ind. corn 541,647, oats 77,681, potatoes 19,464, tobacco 261,160 pounds, cotton 18,949, sugar 31,339; 15 stores, cap. $45,830; 2 forges, 5 tanneries, 53 distilleries, 2 powder m., 28 grist m., 14 saw m., 1 oil m. Cap. in manufac. $4,828. 20 sch. 648 scholars. Pop. whites 8,334, slaves 889, free col'd 56; total, 9,279.

Overton, p-v., capital of Claiborne parish, La., 406 n. w. New Orleans, 1,276 W. Situated on the e. side of Dorcheat bayou. It contains a court house, several stores, and about 10 dwellings.

Ovid, p-t., and semi-capital of Seneca co., N. Y., 189 w. Albany, 323 W. Situated between Cayuga lake on the e., and Seneca lake on the w. The surface is elevated in the middle, and declines toward each lake. The soil is fertile. Drained by several fine mill-streams, which flow into the lakes. The v. is situated at an equal distance from the 2 lakes, and contains a court house, jail, 3 churches, 1 Presbyterian, 1 Baptist, and 1 Methodist, an academy, 8 stores, 100 dwellings, and about 700 inhabitants. There are in the t. 2 tanneries, 1 printing office, 1 weekly newspaper, 1 grist m. Cap. in manufac. $5,200. 1 acad. 48 students, 8 sch. 308 scholars. Pop. 2,721.

Ovid, p-o., Jefferson t, Franklin co., O., 17 e. by n. Columbus, 388 W.

Ovid, p-t., Branch co., Mich. It has 1 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $1,200. 4 sch. 55 scholars. Pop. 369.

Ovid, p-v., Madison co., Ia., 36 n. e. Indianapolis, 554 W.

Ovid Centre, p-o., Ovid t., Seneca co., N. Y. (See Ovid t.)

Owasco Lake, Cayuga co., N. Y., is 12 miles long, and about 1 m. wide. Its waters are pure, and abound with trout and other fish. Its banks present much picturesque beauty.

Owasco outlet, N. Y., flows from Owasco Lake, 2 ms. s. Auburn, and empties into Seneca r., in the town of Mentz. It affords extensive water power.

Owasco, p-t., Cayuga co., N. Y. 3 s. e. Auburn, 162 w. Albany, 334 W. The surface is rolling; soil, a fertile loam, highly cultivated. Owasco lake lies on its s. w. border. Drained by small streams which flow into the lake. The v. contains 2 churches, 1 store, 25 dwellings, and about 150 inhabitants. There are in the 1 store, cap. $5,000; 1 fulling m., 1 grist m., 4 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $2,100. 7 sch. 831 scholars Pop. 1,319.

Owasso, p-t., Shiawassee co., Mich., 82 n. w. Detroit, 585 W. The v. is situated on Shiawassee r., and contains a store, and a number of dwellings. The t. has 3 stores, cap. $6,000; 1 flouring m., 1 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $2,328. 1 sch. 40 scholars. Pop. 234.

Owego, creek, N. Y., rises in Cortland and Tompkins counties, and enters the Susquehanna r. at Owego v. It passes several pleasant villages, and affords extensive water power.

Owego, p-t., capital of Tioga co., N. Y., 161 w. s. w. Albany, 275 W. The surface is hilly, with extensive flats along the Susquehanna r. Drained by Owego cr. and Susquehanna r. The v. is situated on the n. side of the Susquehanna r. It was incorporated in 1827, and contains a court house, jail, county clerk's office, an academy, a banking house, 4 churches, 1 Presbyterian, 1 Episcopal, 1 Baptist, and 1 Methodist, 30 stores, 1 steam furnace and machine shop, 1 woolen fac, 1 flouring m., 4 saw m., 1 axe fac, 1 plaster m., 1 tannery, 1 pail and tub fac, 2 printing offices, 300 dwellings, and about 1,800 inhabitants. There are in the t. 36 stores, cap $196,000; 2 printing offices, 2 weekly newspapers, 8 grist m., 52 saw m., 2 oil. Cap. in manufac. $93,684. 1 acad. 268 students, 1,399 scholars in schools. Pop. 5,340.

Owen, County, Ky. Situated in the n. part of the state, and contains 320 sq. ms. Kentucky r. runs on its s. w. border. Drained by Eagle cr. Capital, New Liberty. There were in 1840, neat cattle 5,726, sheep 11,810, swine 19,800; wheat 61,020 bush, produced, rye 3,913, Ind. corn 368,575, oats 59,965, potatoes 8,357, tobacco 776,969 pounds, sugar 18,457; 13 stores, cap. j $36,100; 2 tanneries, 1 flouring m., 11 grist m., 12 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $24,018- 17 sch. 511 scholars. Pop. whites 6,915, slaves 1,281, free col'd 36; total 8,232.

Owen, County, Ia. Situated a little s. w. of the centre of the state, and contains 396 sq. ms. The surface is gently undulating; soil, fertile and well timbered. Watered by the w. fork of White r. and its tributaries, and Mill cr., a branch of Eel r., which afford extensive water power in the vicinity of which is iron ore. Capital, Spencer. There were in 1840, neat cattle 8,450, sheet. 9,578, swine 24,971; wheat 47,082 bush, produced rye 1,990, Ind. corn 387,050, oats 45,265, potatoes 11,969, tobacco 41,744 pounds, sugar 69,131; K stores, cap. $39,425; 1 woolen fac, 4 tanneries 8 distilleries, 1 flouring m., 25 grist m., 16 saw m. 1 oil m. Cap. in manufac. $29,565. 19 sch. 558 scholars. Pop. 8,359.

Owen Hill, p-o., Williamson co., Tenn.

Owen's, p-o., Scott co., Ky., 26 n. e. Frankfort, 536 W.

Owensboro', p-v., and capital of Daviess co Ky., 166 w. s. w. Frankfort, 693 W. Situated o the s. side of Ohio r., and contains a court house, a church, 5 stores, and about 200 inhabitants.

Owen's Station, p-o., St. Louis co., Mo., 126 e. by n. Jefferson City, 822 W.

Owensville, p-v., Somers t., Westchester cc N. Y., 115 s. Albany, 283 W. Situated on Croton r., and contains 1 store, 1 paper m., 1 grist m., 1 saw in., 1 clothier's works, and 15 or 20 dwellings.

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Owensville, p-o., Stonelick t., Clermont co., O., 100 s. w. Columbus, 471 W.

Owensville, p-v., Gibson co., Ia., 152 s. w. Indianapolis, 722 W.

Owensville, p-v., Sampson co., N. C, 84 s. s. E. Raleigh, 336 W.

Owensville, p-v., Saline co., Ark., 33 s. w. Little Rock, 1,098 W.

Owensville, p-o., Clay co., Mo., 174 w. n. w. Jefferson City, 1,037 W.

Owenton, p-v., Owen co., Ky., 28 n. Frankfort, 551 W.

Owing's Mills, p-o., Baltimore co., Md., 42 N. Annapolis, 52 W.

Owingsville, p-o., Anne Arundel co., Md.

Owingsville, p-v., capital of Bath co., Ky., 73 e. Frankfort, 499 W. Situated a little w. of Slate cr., a branch of Licking r. It contains a court house, 2 stores, and 251 inhabitants.

Owl Creek, p-o., Knox co., O.

Owl Prairie, p-o., Daviess co., Ia., 90 s. w. Indianapolis, 657 W.

Oxbow, p-v., Antwerp t., Jefferson co., N. Y., 176 N. w. Albany, 445 W. Situated on Oswegatchie r., and contains 1 church, 3 stores, 1 grist m., 1 saw m., 1 pocket furnace, 30 dwellings, and about 200 inhabitants.

Oxford, County, Me. Situated in the w. part of the state, and contains 1,600 sq. ms. It contains a number of lakes in the n. part, connected together, which flow into Umbagog lake, and thence into the Androscoggin r., by which and its branches, and by Saco r., it is drained. The surface is generally rough, and in some parts mountainous; but much of the soil is fertile. Capital, Paris. There were in 1840, neat cattle 4,995, sheep 63,507, swine 8,229; wheat 66,696 bush, produced, rye 29,342, Ind. corn 83,339, buckwheat 4,852, barley 7,075, oats 110,172, potatoes 669,684, sugar 19,158 pounds; 59 stores, cap. 851,258; 1 furnace, 10 fulling m., 1 woolen fac, 26 tanneries, 6 flouring m., 37 grist m., 63 saw m., 3 oil m., 1 paper fac, 1 printing office, 1 weekly newspaper. Cap. in manufac. $ 129,444. 8 acad. 359 students, 309 sch. 14,330 scholars. Pop. 38,351.

Oxford, p-t., Oxford co., Me., 50 s. w. Augusta, 582 W. The soil is much of it fertile, adapted to grain. Drained by Little Androscoggin r. It has a considerable pond in the s. part, which flows into the r. It has 5 stores, cap. $3,400; 1 tannery, 1 flouring m., 2 grist m., 3 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $4,940. 12 sch. 516 scholars. Pop. 1,254.

Oxford, p-t., Worcester co., Mass., 52 w. Boston, 394 W. The surface is uneven; soil, a fertile gravelly loam. Watered by French r., a branch of Quinnebaug r., which affords extensive water power, and on which are extensive manufactories. It contains a Congregationalist and a Universalist church. The v. is on one extended street, running n. and s. Many of its early settlers were French Huguenots, from near Rochelle, in France. There are in the t. 9 stores, cap. $18,300; 3 woolen fac, 4 grist m., 6 saw m. Cap. in manufac $266,450. 1 acad. 30 students, 11 sch. 500 scholars. Pop. 1,742.

Oxford, p-t., New Haven co., Ct., 55 s. w. Hartford, 309 W. The surface is uneven; soil, a fertile gravelly loam. Housatonic r. runs on its s. w. border. Drained by Naugatuck r. and a branch, which affords water power. The v. contains 2 churches, 1 Congregational and 1 Episcopal. There are in the t. 5 stores, cap. $8,900 . 4 fulling m., 3 woolen fac, 2 tanneries, 2 distilleries, 2 grist m., 7 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $55,900. 1 acad. 25 students, 13 sch. 432 scholars. Pop. 1,626.

Oxford, p-t., Chenango co., N. Y., 10 s. Norwich, 109 w. Albany, 328 W. The surface is rolling: soil, fertile and well cultivated. Watered by Chenango r., along which passes Chenango canal. The v. is pleasantly situated on both sides of Chenango r. Incorporated in 1808, and contains 5 churches, 1 Presbyterian, 1 Episcopal, 1 Baptist, 1 Methodist, and 1 Universalist; an academy, 21 stores, 2 forwarding houses, 1 grist m., 1 plaster m., 1 iron foundry, 1 tannery, several carriage fac, 2 printing offices, 180 dwellings, and about 1,300 inhabitants. The Chenango canal passes through the v. There are in the t. 17 stores, cap. $62,500; 5 fulling m., 1 woolen fac, 2 acad., 339 students, 25 sch. 902 scholars. Pop. 3,179.

Oxford, t., Warren co., N. J. The surface is broken and mountainous, with fertile valleys. Delaware r. runs on its w. border. Drained by Pequest cr. and its tributary, Beaver brook, which afford water power. It contains Belvidere v., the capital of the co., and several other villages. It has 12 stores, cap. $52,000; 2 tanneries, 4 distilleries, 2 grist m., 1 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $29,800. 12 sch. 822 scholars. Pop. 2,853.

Oxford, p-v., Chester co., Pa., 41 s. w. Philadelphia, 69 e. s. e. Harrisburg, 98 W. It contains a Presbyterian church, 2 stores, and 15 or 20 dwellings.

Oxford, t., Philadelphia co., Pa. Bounded s. E. by Delaware r. The surface is a gentle declivity; soil, sandy loam. Watered by Tacony cr., which affords water power, and Sissisocksink cr. It contains Frankford b. It contains an insane asylum, established by the society of Friends, and a United States arsenal. It has 40 stores, cap. $33,030; 3 lumber yards, cap. $32,000; 3 cotton fac 2,472 sp., 1 tannery, 1 brewery, 1 pottery. Cap. in manufac. $254,050. 6 sch. 313 scholars. Pop. 1,582.

Oxford, collection dist., Md. Tonnage, 1840, 13,926.

Oxford, p-t., Butler co., O., 105 w. s. w. Columbus, 502 W. The land belongs in fee simple to the Miami University, which is located in the t. The land was given by the congress of the United States, and now yields an income of over $1,500 annually, and is constantly increasing. The university was founded in 1809, and contains a president and 5 professors or other instructors, has 279 alumni, of whom 80 have been ministers of the gospel, has 139 students, and 4,352 vols, in its libraries. The commencement is on the second Thursday in August. It has 1 acad. 162 students, 9 sch. 264 scholars. Pop. 3,338.

Oxford, t., Coshocton co., O. It has 3 stores, cap. $2,290. Pop. 760.

Oxford, t., Delaware co., O. It has 2 sch. 66 scholars. Pop. 774.

Oxford, t., Erie co., O. Pop. 736.

Oxford, t., Guernsey co., O. It has 6 sch. 240 scholars. Pop. 2,252.

Oxford, t., Tuscarawas co., O. It has 3 commission houses, cap. $2,000; 5 stores, cap. $10,800; 1 tannery, 1 flouring m., 1 grist m., 2 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $1,000. 7 sch. 293 scholars. Pop. 826.

Oxford, p-t., Oakland co., Mich., 42 n. w. Detroit, 565 W. Pop. 574.

Oxford, p-v., capital of Granville co., N. C, 45 n. Raleigh, 256 W. Situated on the w. side of Fishing cr., 6 ms. n. Tar r. It contains a court house, jail, market house, hospital. 2 academies, 3 churches, 1 Episcopal, 1 Methodist, 1 Presbyterian and 450 inhabitants.

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Oxford, p-v., Henry co., Ill., 122 n. n. w. Springfield, 851 W.

Oxford, p-v., and capital of La Fayette co., Miss., 160 n. n. e. Jackson, 911 W. It contains a court house and a few dwellings.

Oxford Furnace, p-v., Oxford t., Warren co., N. J., 52 n. by w. Trenton, 210 W. Situated on a branch of Request cr., near the e. line of the t. A furnace was erected here over 70 years since. It has recently been rebuilt. Abundance of iron ore is found in the vicinity, which is magnetic, enclosed in walls of rotten mica. It is very rich, and easily smelted.

Oyster Bay, p-t., Queens co., N. Y., 182 s. by e. Albany, 262 W. It is a large t., extending across Long Island from n. to s. The surface on the n. is somewhat hilly; soil, loam and stony; on the s. it is level and sandy. On the n. is a bay of the same name in Long Island sound. On the s. is Great South Bay, which sets up from the Atlantic. The v. is pleasantly situated at the head of Oyster Bay and contains 1 Baptist and 1 Friends church, 4 stores, 1 grist m., 60 dwellings, and about 400 inhabitants. Several sloops and a steamboat ply to New York. It is a very pleasant summer residence. There are in the t. 14 stores, cap. $48,000; 1 lumber yard, cap. $1,500; 4 fulling m., 3 woolen fac, 1 tannery, 8 grist m., 2 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $30,750. 1 acad. 30 students, 20 sch. 809 scholars. Pop. 5,865.

Oyster Bay, N. Y., sets up from Long Island sound, and is connected with Oyster Bay harbor and Cold Spring harbor. It abounds with wild fowl, and shell and scale fish.

Oyster Bay South, p-v., Oyster Bay t., Queens co., N. Y., 179 s. by e. Albany. 259 W.

Oyster Pond, v., Southold t., Suffolk, co., N. Y. Situated on Oyster Pond harbor, and contain 2 churches, several stores, 50 dwellings, and about 300 inhabitants. It has several sloops and schooners which trade to New York. (See Orient.)

Oz an, t., Hempstead co., Ark. It has 11 stores, cap. $116,400; 2 tanneries, 1 printing office, 1 weekly newspaper, 4 grist m., 3 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $7,200. 1 acad. 38 students, 1 sch. 35 scholars. Pop. 1,403.

Ozark, county, Mo. Situated on the southern border of the state, and contains 1,200 sq, ms. Drained by the n. fork of White r. Capital, Ozark C. H.

Ozark, p-v., capital of Franklin co., Ark., 121 n. w. Little Rock, 1,186 W. Situated on the n. side of Arkansas r., and contains a court house, and several stores and dwellings.

Ozark, p-v., Greene co., Mo., 172 s. s. w. Jefferson City, 1,089 W.

Ozark, C. H., v., Ozark co., Mo., 140 s. Jefferson City. Situated on the e. side of the n. fork of White r.

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