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Pike Township, p-o., Pike t., Berks co., Pa., 63 e. Harrisburg, 161 W.

Pikeville, p-v., Baltimore co., Md., 8 n. w. Baltimore, 33 n. Annapolis, 48 W. Situated on the e. side of Patapsco r. It contains a United States arsenal.

Pikeville, p-v., capital of Marion co., Ala., 68 n. N. w. Tuscaloosa, 839 W. Situated 3 ms. e. of the Buttahatchee r., and contains a court house, and a few dwellings.

Pikeville, p-v., capital of Bledsoe co., Tenn., 112 e. s. e. Nashville, 588 W. Situated on elevated ground, a little w. of Sequatchy r., a branch of Tennessee r. It contains a court house, and about 150 inhabitants.

Pilatka, p-v., St. Johns co., Flor. Situated on the w. side of St. Johns r.

Pilcher, p-o., Belmont co., O., 126 e. Columbus, 293 W.

Piles Grove, t., Salem co., N. J., 10 n. e. Salem. The surface is level; soil, stiff clay and deep loam, and well cultivated. Drained by Salem cr., which affords water power. It contains 3 churches, 1 Friends, 1 Methodist, 1 African Methodist. It has 10 stores, cap. $19,600; 1 woolen fac, 2 tanneries, 4 grist m., 2 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $49,340. 8 sch. 312 scholars. Pop. 2,477.

Pillar Point, p-o., Brownville t., Jefferson co., N. Y.

Pilot Grove, p-o., Cooper co., Mo., 62 w. by N. Jefferson City, 976 W.

Pinckney, t., Lewis co., N. Y., 16 n. w. Martinsburg, 156 N. w. Albany. The surface is level; soil, a fertile sandy and clay loam. Drained by Deer r. and Sandy cr. It has 4 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $200. 11 sch. 372 scholars. Pop. 907.

Pinckney, p-v., Rutherford co., N. C, 226 w. by s. Raleigh, 457 W.

Pinckney, p-v., Williamson co., Tenn., 28 s. Nashville, 705 W. Situated on the w. side of Harpeth r., a branch of Cumberland r.

Pinckney, p-v., Warren co., Mo., 61 e. n. e. Jefferson City, 885 W. Situated on the n. side of Missouri r.

Pinckney, p-o., Livingston co., Mich., 54 w. by n. Detroit, 547 W.

Pinckneyville, p-v., Union dist., S. C, 79 n. w. Columbus, 449 W. Situated on the w. side of Broad r.

Pinckneyville, p-v., Gwinnett co., Ga., 96 n. w. Milledgeville, 667 W. Situated a little s. E. of Chattahooche r.

Pinckneyville, p-v., Tallapoosa co., Ala.

Pinckneyville, p-v., Wilkinson co., Miss., 150 s. w. Jackson, 1,160 W. Situated near the s. w. border of the state, and contains 2 stores, and several dwellings.

Pinckneyville, p-v., capital of Perry co., Ill., 134 s. Springfield, 839 W. Situated on the w. side of Big Beaucoup creek, at the head of Four Mile prairie, and contains 5 stores and 20 dwellings, and 62 inhabitants.

Pindertown, p-v., Lee co., Ga., 118 s. s. w. Milledgeville, 775 W. Situated on the w. side of Flint r.

Pine, p-o., Vienna t, Oneida co., N. Y., 117 w. n. w. Albany, 387 W.

Pine, t., Alleghany co., Pa., 11 n. Pittsburg. The surface is hilly; soil, loam. Drained by branches of Alleghany r. It has 1 store, capital $500. 2 fulling m., 3 tanneries, 5 grist m., 5 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $8,200. 9 sch. 342 scholars. Pop. 1,770.

Pine, t., Armstrong co., Pa. Bounded w. by Alleghany r., by branches of which it is drained. It has 2 fulling m., 1 tannery, 1 distillery, 4 grist m., 4 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $12,700. 1 acad. 26 students. Pop. 1,227.

Pine Bluff, p-o., Copiah co., Miss., 49 s s w Jackson, 1,064 W.

Pine Bluff, p-o., Pulaski co., Mo., 82 s Jefferson City, 973 W.

Pine Bluff, p-v., capital of Jefferson co Ark., 23 s. s. e. Little Rock, 1,113 W. Situated on the s. side of Arkansas r. It contains a court house, several stores, and about 200 inhabitants.

Pine Brook, p-v., Hanover t., Morris co N. J., 63 n. Trenton, 234 W.

Pine Creek, t., Clinton co., Pa. It has 1 flouring m., 1 grist m. Cap. in manufac. $13,000. 1 acad. 25 students, 2 sch. 62 scholars. Pop. 572.

Pine, cr., Pa., rises in Potter co., and flows into the w. branch of Susquehanna r. It is navigable to the line of Potter co., 60 ms. A vast quantity of lumber passes down it annually.

Pine Creek, p-o., Tioga co., Pa., 157 n. by w Harrisburg, 271 W.

Pine Creek, t., Jefferson co., Pa. It has 1 grist m., 8 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $14,300 Pop. 628.

Pine Creek, p-o., Lewis co., Va., 328 w. n. w. Richmond, 296 W.

Pine Grove, p-o., Tyrone t., Steuben co. N Y., 198 w. by s. Albany, 306 W.

Pine Grove, t., Venango co., Pa. It has 1 store, cap. $7,000; 1 distillery, 1 grist m., 1 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $2,900. 2 sch. 32 scholars Pop. 593.

Pine Grove, p-t., Schuylkill co., Pa., 43 n. r. Harrisburg, 153 W. The surface is mountain Watered by Swatara creek, along which runs a navigable feeder of the Union canal. A dam across the cr., in a gorge of Blue Mountain, forms a pond, covering 7 or 800 acres, and which sets up 6 ms. Along this pond is a tow-path, and 4 ms. beyond it, a canal to Pine Grove v.; and along Swatara cr. a railroad extends 3½ ms further into the coal region. The v., situated on Swatara cr., has several streets, 6 stores, and about 90 dwellings. It contains a spacious basin for canal-boats. The t. has 6 stores, cap $24,300; 2 furnaces, 1 forge, 3 grist m., 12 saw m. Cap in manufac. $2,300. 1 sch. 25 scholars. Pop. 1,605.

Pine Grove, p-o., Tyler co., Va., 323 n. w. Richmond, 296 W.

Pine Grove, p-o., Macon co., Ala., 143 s. e. Tuscaloosa, 804 W.

Pine Grove, p-o., St. Tammany par., La., 51 N. New Orleans, 1,153 W.

Pine Grove, p-o., Springfield t., Gallia co., O, 97 s. e. Columbus, 369 W.

Pine Grove Mills, p-o., Centre co., Pa 90 n. w. Harrisburg, 181 W.

Pine Hill, p-o., Washington co., R. I., 25 Providence, 336 W.

Pine Hill, p-o., Shandaken t., Ulster co., N Y., 75 s. w. Albany, 349 W .

Pine Hill, v., Elba t., Genesee co., N. Y. 1 contains 3 churches, 1 Presbyterian, 1 Baptist and 1 Methodist, 3 stores, 1 tannery, 30 dwellings, and about 200 inhabitants.

Pine Hill, p-o., Wilcox co., Ala., 102 s. Tuscaloosa, 894 W.

Pine Hill, p-o., Oakland co., Mich.

Pine Lake, p-o., Talbot co., Ga., 130 w. s. W Milledgeville, 782 W.

Pine Level, p-o., Fluvanna co., Va.

Pine Level, p-o., Montgomery co., Ala., 141 s. e. Tuscaloosa, 852 W.

Pine Lick, p-o., Clarke co., Ia., 94 s. s. e. Indianapolis, 594 W.

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Pine Log, p-o., Cass co., Ga., 156 n. w. Milledgeville, 647 W.

Pine Orchard. (See Cattskill.)

Pine Plains, p-t., Dutchess co., N. Y., 25 n. e., Poughkeepsie, 62 s. Albany, 327 W. The surface has high hills on the e. and w., with a fertile intervening plain; soil, sandy and gravelly loam. It has several ponds, from one of which flows Wappinger's creek. Drained also by Chicomico creek, a tributary of Roeliff Jansen's cr. The v. contains 1 Presbyterian Church, 4 stores, 40 dwellings, and about 250 inhabitants. There are in the t. 6 stores, cap. in manufac $18,100; 2 fulling m., 1tannery, 1 flouring m., 4 grist m., 3 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $28,900. 1 sch. 18 scholars, Pop. 1,334.

Pine Run, p-o., Genesee co., Mich., 72 n. w. Detroit, 596 W.

Pine's Bridge, p-o., Yorktown t., Westchester co., N. Y., 123 s. Albany, 265 W.

Pine Street, p-o., Clearfield co., Pa., 159 n., Harrisburg, 242 W.

Pineville, p-o., Steuben co., N. Y., 220 w. by s. Albany, 305 W.

Pineville, p-v., Bucks co., Pa., 7 e. by s. Doylestown, 108 e. Harrisburg, 163 W. It conins about 6 dwellings.

Pineville, p-v., Charleston dist., S. C., 130 s. Columbia, 518 W. Situated on the s. side of e Santee r.

Pineville, p-v., Marion co., Ga.

Pineville, p-v., Marengo co., Ala., 110 s. s. w. Tuscaloosa, 922 W. Situated near the s. line of the co., a little e. of Tombigbee r.

Pine Woods, p-o., Sevier co., Ark., 131 w. s. w. Little Rock, 1,196 W.

Piny, p-o., Armstrong co., Pa., 185 w. n. w. Harrisburg, 274 W.

Piny Creek, p-o., Carroll co., Md.

Piny Grove, p-o., Williamsburg dist., S. C, 124 e. by s. Columbia, 484 W.

Piny River, p-o., Dickson co., Tenn., 52 w. Nashville, 736 W.

Pingreeville, p-v., Littleton t., Grafton co., N.H., 89 n. w. Concord, 550 W. Situated on e. side of Connecticut r.

Pinksville, p-v., Armstrong co w. Harrisburg, 254 W. Pinkney, t., Calhoun co., Mich, scholars. Pop. 201.

Pinkham's Grant, p-t., Coos co., N. H., 92 n. Concord, 578 W. It has 2 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $1,700. 1 sch. 12 scholars. Pop. 39.

Pintlala, r., Ala., rises in Montgomery co., and running on the e. border of the co., enters Alabama r., on its s. side.

Pintlala, p-o., Montgomery co., Ala., 125 s. e. Tuscaloosa, 852 W. Situated on Pintlala cr., on the w. border of the co.

Pinus, p-o., Jackson co., Ill., 90 s. Springfield, 843W.

Pioneer Mills, p-o., Cabarrus co., N. C, 155 w. by s. Raleigh, 392 W.

Pipe Creek, p-o., Beaufort dist., S. C, 149 s. Columbia, 655 W.

Pipe Creek, p-o., Madison co., Ia. 41 n. e. Indianapolis, 563 W.

Piperville, p-o., Jefferson co., Wis.

Piqua, p-v., Miami co., O., 73 w. Columbus, 467 W. Situated on the s. w. side of Miami r., on the line of the Miami canal. Its streets are spacious and regularly laid out. It contains 5 churches, a market, 16 stores, 4 saw m., 2 grist m., a printing office issuing a weekly newspaper, 2 dwellings, mostly of brick, and handsome. The waste water of the canal affords water power. It has 5 sch. 169 scholars. Pop. 1,481.

Piquea, p-v., Lancaster co., Pa., 54 s. E. Harrisburg, 129 W.

Piscataqua, r., N. H., rises in Wakefield t., and running s. s. e. about 40 ms. falls into the Atlantic below Portsmouth, where it forms one of the best harbors in the U. States. Through its whole course it constitutes the boundary between N. H. and Me. From its source to Berwick lower falls it is called Salmon Falls r.; thence to its junction with Cocheco r , Newichawannoc; and thence to the ocean, Piscataqua. Through Great Bay, which enters it on the s., it receives Lamprey, Exeter, and several other streams from the s. and w. It is navigable, with its tributaries, for sloops to South Berwick, Dover, New Market, Durham, and Exeter. Great Bay unites with the Piscataqua at Hilton's point, 5 ms. above Portsmouth, and is, in some places, 4 miles wide. The tide flows up the r. at Ports-mouth with a strong current, which prevents the harbor from being much obstructed by ice.

Piscataquis, r., Me., a large western branch of Penobscot r., which rises in the elevated land between Penobscot and Kennebec rivers, and flowing e. about 65 ms., enters the Penobscot 25 ms. below the junction of Mattawamkeag r.

Piscataquis, County, Me. Situated in the n. part of the state, extending to the Canada line, contains a great amount of territory, most of which is a wilderness, the s. part only being settled. It contains a great number of lakes, the principal of which are Moose Head, on its w. border, Chesuncook, and Pemadumcook. Drained by the Penobscot, Piscataquis, Sebec, and Pleasant rivers, which afford extensive water power. It contains Katahdin Mountain and some other less elevated summits. Organized in 1838. It has much good land in the neighborhood of Piscataquis r. Capital, Dover. There were in 1840, neat cattle 8,642, sheep 17,830, swine 4,720; wheat 59,298 bush, produced, rye 2,769, Ind. corn 12,533, buckwheat 987, barley 4,229, oats 57,675, potatoes 445,576, sugar 8,454 pounds; 10 stores, cap. 815,400; 3 fulling m., 1 woolen fac, 9 tanneries, 3 flouring m., 19 grist m., 31 saw m., 1 oil m., 2 printing offices, 2 weekly newspapers. Cap. in manufac. $34,450. 1 acad. 100 students, 143 sch. 5,578 scholars. Pop. 13,133.

Piscataquog, r., N. H., a branch of the Merrimac r., which it enters at a v. of its own name, on its w. side.

Piscataway, t., Middlesex co., N. J., 5 n. New Brunswick. Watered by Amherst and Cedar brooks, tributaries of Green brook. The surface is level; soil, loam, clay, and red shale, and generally well cultivated. It contains several vs. The v. of the same name contains an Episcopal church, 1 store, and about 12 dwellings. There are in the t. 7 stores, cap. $12,209; 2 tanneries, 5 grist m., 3 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $30,850. 8 sch. 222 scholars. Pop. 2,828.

Piscataway, p-v., Prince George's co., Md., 56 s. w. Annapolis, 16 W. Situated on Piscataway r., a branch of Potomac r.

Piseco, lake, Arietta t, Hamilton co., N. Y., is 6 ms. long and 2 wide, abounding with excellent trout. Its outlet forms the w. branch of Sacondaga r., a tributary of Hudson r.

Piseco, p-v., Arietta t., Hamilton co., N. Y. Situated at the n. end of Piseco Lake. It contains 2 stores, 1 grist m., 2 saw m., 1 machine shop, 15 dwellings, arid about 100 inhabitants.

Pisgah, p-o., Cole co., Mo., 33 w. n. w. Jefferson City, 969 W.

Pistol Creek, p-o., Wilkes co., Ga., 94 n. e. Milledgeville, 566 W.

Pitcairn, p-t., St. Lawrence co., N. Y., 30 s. Canton, 171 n. n. w. Albany, 470 W. The surface is gently uneven; soil, clay loam, well adapted to grass. Drained by the s. w. branch of Oswegatchie r. It has 2 saw m. Cap. in manufac.$500. 2 sch. 42 scholars. Pop. 396.

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Pitcher, p-t., Chenango co., N. Y., 16 w. Norwich, 127 w. s. w. Albany. The surface is hilly; soil, argillaceous loam. Drained by Ostelic r. and its tributaries. The v. is situated on Ostelic cr., and contains 1 Presbyterian and 1 Baptist church, 2 stores, 1 grist m., 1 saw m., 1 tannery, 1 clothier's works, 40 dwellings, and about 200 inhabitants. There are in the t. 3 stores, cap. $7,000; 2 fulling m., 1 woolen fac, 2 tanneries, 4 grist m., 3 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $8,300. 1 acad. 26 students, 16 sch. 571 scholars. Pop. 1,562.

Pitcher Springs, p-v., Pitcher t., Chenango co., N. Y., 126 w. Albany, 332 W. It contains a store, an academy, about 30 dwellings, and 2 or 3 sulphur springs of some celebrity.

Pitch Landing, p-v., Hertford co., N. C, 165 e. n. e. Raleigh, 237 W. Situated on the w. side of Piney cr., a branch of Wickocon cr., which flows into Chowan r.

Pitt, County, N. C. Situated toward the e. part of the state, and contains 800 sq. ms. Neuse r. runs on its s. e. border. Drained by Tar r. Capital, Greenville. There were in 1840, neat cattle 5,984, sheep 4,369, swine 31,037; wheat 9,751 bush, produced, rye 2,570, Ind. corn 376,455, oats 6,424, potatoes 73,316, cotton 510,259 pounds, 15 commission houses and 9 stores, cap. $66,080; 14 distilleries, 1 flouring m., 6 grist m., 5 saw m. Cap. in manufac. $1,500. 1 acad. 30 students, 4 sch. 63 scholars. Pop. whites 6,128, slaves 5,648, free col'd 30; total, 11,806.

Pitt, t., Alleghany co., Pa. Alleghany r. bounds it on the n., and Monongahela r. on the s. and w. The city of Pittsburg lies on its n. w. boundary. It contains the villages of East Liberty and Lawrenceville. The surface is hilly; soil, loam. Coal is abundant. It has 17 stores, cap. $12,200; 1 furnace, 1 forge, 5 tanneries, 4 glass houses, 2 saw m. Cap. in manufactures, $273,195. 1 acad. 20 students, 10 sch. 961 scholars. Pop. 6,002.

Pitt, t., Crawford co., O. It contains Little Sandusky v. It has 3 sch. 124 scholars. Pop. 424.

Pittmans, p-o., Monroe co., Ga., 62 w. Milledgeville, 684 W.

Pittsborough, p-v., capital of Chatham co., N. C, 34 w. by s. Raleigh, 322 W. Situated on Robinson's cr. It contains a court house, jail, 1 Episcopal and 1 Methodist church, an academy, and about 300 inhabitants.

Pittsburg, t, Coos co., N. H. Situated in the n. e. extremity of the state. It contains Connecticut Lake, and several head branches of Connecticut r.

Pittsburgh, city, port of entry, and capital of Alleghany co., Pa., is situated at the confluence of the Alleghany and Monongahela rivers, where they form the Ohio, which is here a quarter of a mile wide. It is in 40° 32' n. lat., and 80° 2' w. Ion., 230 w. n. w. Baltimore, 297 w. by n. Philadelphia, 200 w. n. w. Harrisburg, 226 W. Pop. 1810, 4,768; 1820, 7,248; 1830, 12,542; 1840, 21,115, being the second city in population in the state, and the 13th in the United States. It is built on a beautiful plain between the two rivers, in the form of a triangle. About a mile back of the point it is encompassed by Grant's, Ayers's, and Quarry hills. It is compactly built, with some handsome buildings, generally of brick; but a dingy appearance is given to them by the dust of the bituminous coal, so extensively used in manufactures and otherwise. The city was first laid out in 1765, on the n. e. bank of the Monongahela, after the plan of Philadelphia with streets running parallel with the river, and crossed by others at right angles. The street on the Alleghany also run parallel with the river and are crossed by streets at right angles; ant the cross streets meet each other obliquely, a few streets back from the r. A bridge crosses tin Alleghany, and another the Monongahela r., the former of which cost $96,000, and the latte $102,000. The Pennsylvania canal crosses the Alleghany r. in an aqueduct, and several ferries cross the Monongahela. The harbor of Pittsburgh is chiefly on the Monongahela, where the water is deeper than in the Alleghany. Then are 89 steamboats, averaging over 125 tons burden owned wholly or in part in the district of Pittsburgh. The hills with which Pittsburgh is surrounded are filled with bituminous coal, which is inexhaustible, and affords great aid to its manufactures. There are 35 churches, 5 Presbyterian 1 Reformed do., 4 Methodist, 1 Protestant do., Cumberland Presbyterian, 3 Baptist, 2 Episcopal 5 Scots Presbyterian, 2 Lutheran, 2 Congregational, 3 Welsh Methodist, 1 Unitarian, 1 Disciples, 3 Roman Catholic, and 1 African. Then are four banks, with an aggregate capital o $3,000,000, besides a bank for savings, and 2 insurance offices, with a total capital of $500,000.

Among the public buildings of Pittsburg the new Court House, situated on Grant's hill is a splendid edifice, 165 feet long and 100 fee broad, of Grecian Doric architecture, in a very commanding situation, and cost $200,000. The building of the Western University of Pennsylvania is also near Grant's hill, on the Monongahela side of the city. There is a spacious Roma Catholic cathedral on Grant's hill. There are museum, which contains many aboriginal curiosities and several splendid hotels. There are several literary societies, with small libraries: which would probably be more efficient, if unite in one large institution There are three mark houses. The city is supplied with water raise from the Alleghany r., a very pure stream, by steam power, which supplies 1,500,000 gallon daily, and is sent over the city in pipes, in the whole 9¼ miles in length, and is to be further e tended, and which cost $188,056. Pittsburgh alike distinguished for its commerce and manufactures. Tonnage in 1840, 12,000. It had in 1840, 7 commercial and 32 commission house with a cap. of $1,241,110; 408 retail stores, cap. $4,165,190; 17 lumber yards, cap. $167,000; 25 furnaces, 5 forges, cap. $1,219,000, value of machinery manufactured $443,500; hardware and cutlery, &c, $276,500; 5 cannon and 1,350 small-arms manufactured; precious metals, $14,860 various metals, $196,700; 1 fulling m., 1 woolen fac, cap. $10,000; 2 cotton fac. with 3,000 sp., tanneries, 5 breweries; paints and drugs, ca; $203,300; 4 glass fac, 2 glass cutting estab., 2 flouring m., 5 saw m., 1 oil m., 18 printing office 7 binderies, 4 daily, 11 weekly newspapers; 53 brick and stone houses, and 15 wooden houses built, cost $161,200. Cap. in manufac. $2,057,95 1 college, 50 students, 9 acad. 755 students, sch. 2,581 scholars.

There are several places in the vicinity Pittsburgh, which, though under different organization, should be regarded as suburbs of it, t principal of which is Alleghany City, on the n. w. side of the Alleghany r. Here are 15 churches, 2 Presbyterian, 2 Reformed do., Cumberland do., 2 Methodist, 1 Protestant do. Baptist, 1 Episcopal, 2 Scots Presbyterian, 1 German Reformed, 1 Disciples. The Western Penitentiary of Pennsylvania is located at this place, and has been erected at great expense, The Western Theological Seminary is also established here. It occupies a commanding eminence, which overlooks the surrounding country, the building is 150 feet long, the centre 4 stories, and the wings 3 stories high, and it has a respectable library. Alleghany city presents many agreeable residences, where persons who do business in Pittsburgh are pleased to retire from the bustle and smoke and coal dust of the principal city. It has considerable commercial and manufacturing business of its own. There were in 1840, 58 stores, cap. $83,400; 9 lumber yards, cap. 50,000; 1 furnace, 1 forge, cap. $218,000; value of hardware and cutlery produced, $50,000; 3 cotton fac. 14,270 sp., 2 tanneries, 1 brewery, 1 ropewalk. Cap. in manufac. $726,640. 1 theological college, 31 students, 3 academies, 169 students, sch. 709 scholars. Pop. 10,089.

Birmingham borough, (p-o. called Buchanan) is another important suburb of Pittsburgh, is on s. side of the Monongahela, about a mile distant from the centre of Pittsburgh, and has a considerable population, and important manufactures of glass, iron, &c. It has a Presbyterian and a Methodist church, and a market house. It connected to Pittsburgh by a bridge and a ferry. There were in 1840, 10 stores, cap. $14,500; lumber yards, cap. $9,300; 1 forge, 6 glass fac, 4 glass cutting estab., cap. $140,000; 1 pottery, Cap. in manufac. $155,750. 4 sch. 115 scholars, p. 1,554.

The French formerly had a trading post where Pittsburgh stands, denominated Fort Du Quesne. In an attempt to capture this fortress, Gen. Braddock was defeated and slain, on the e. bank of the Monongahela, 9 miles from Pittsburgh, and 1 youthful Washington displayed his bravery and skill, in conducting back the remains of the shattered army. This place came into possession of the British in 1758, by capture from the French; and by a fortification of some strength, the possession was maintained against a power-attack by the Indians. The magazine of the fort built in 1764, remained entire until very recently. It was not until sometime after the close of the revolutionary war that Pittsburgh began much to excite the attention of emigrants, and to commence its onward march toward its present distinguished prosperity.

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Source: A Complete Descriptive And Statistical Gazetteer Of The United States Of America, By Daniel Haskel, A. M and J. Calvin Smith, Published By Sherman & Smith, 1843

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