Town of Woodstock. Whereas I John Hopwood, of Fayette-County, and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, have surveyed and laid out into convenient lots or parcels, for the purpose of erecting a town thereon, the quantity of two hundred acres of land, being part of that tract of land on which I now live, situate in Union Township ...
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Town of Woodstock. Whereas I John Hopwood, of Fayette-County, and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, have surveyed and laid out into convenient lots or parcels, for the purpose of erecting a town thereon, the quantity of two hundred acres of land, being part of that tract of land on which I now live, situate in Union Township ...

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Hopwood, John, 1745-1802.
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: Martinsburg [Va.]: : Printed by N. Willis., [1791]
Series:Early American imprints. no. 46362.
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Access:Evans Digital Edition
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Item Description:Apparently John Hopwood was unsuccessful in the formation of his town: no other record of Woodstock, Pa. seemingly exists.
Date of publication supplied by Bristol.
Printed in two columns.
Physical Description:1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 42 x 25 cm.
Access:Electronic access restricted to Villanova University patrons.
Place of Publication:United States -- West Virginia -- Martinsburg.
United States -- Virginia -- Martinsburg.