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[[centered]] From N.Y. to Clermont
1815.      Manor 116 m.    110 direct
Fortif. & Manhattanville -     8 m
King's bridge & river -        5 -
Baring town - -               14
Sing-sing - - -                5
Calliback riv & town -         6
Peek's kill & &t - [[overwritten]]8[[/overwritten]]               6
Warren's tow -     [[overwritten]]14[[/overwritten]]              13
Fish kill - - -    [[overwritten]]10[[/overwritten]]              12
Poughkeepsie - -  [[overwritten]]15[[/overwritten]]              14
Hydepark t - - -               5
Rinebeck's flats -            11
Redhook  - -                   6.
Clermont manor - -[[underline]]8[[/underline]]
                             110.
Clerm. town   8
----- manor   6.
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14 Nov. 1818 Pittsburg 3 million of people in [[St Le?]]
On the wharf    2 Barges
               33 Keelboats
               55 Arks
                7 flats
  [[underline]]5[[/underline]] Covered Ships
              102
                3 Steamboats -
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[[centered]] Albany fishes [[/centered]]
[[list in pencil on left side of page]]
[[list in ink down center of page]]
Sturgeon       Sturgeon
Shad           Shad
St. Bass       Streaker bass
Herring        Herring
Trout          Trout
Catfish        Catfish
Pike           Pike
Eel            Eel
Sunfish        Sunfish
Chub           Chub
Corporal       Corporal
Sucker         Sucker
Perch          Perch
Whitefish      Whitefish
Horn Chub.     Horn Chub
Horn Sucker    Horn Sucker
[[pencil line drawn across page]]
3 Planaria - Shoves Run 1818
[[image outline of flatworm]] 
1. Brown 2 Eyes
2. Greenish 2 eyes
[[image outline of flatworm head]] 
3. Brown 4 eyes, Vent marginal
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[[image of arthropod]] Brown Larva?

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