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|All Authors / Contributors:||
W Bullock; Benjamin Drake; Edward Deering Mansfield
|Notes:||The frontispiece has title "Plan of a proposed rural town, to be called Hygeia, the property of W. Bullock, on the river Ohio, Kentucky ..."
This locality is evidenty at or near the present Ludlow, Ky.
|Description:||xxxi, viii, 135 p.,  p. of plates : ill., map ; 19 cm.|
|Contents:||Sketch of a journey through the western states (xxxi p.). --Cincinnati in 1826. By B. Drake and E.D. Mansfield. Cincinnati, 1827. --Appendix. Extracts from various works on the state of Ohio, and city of Cincinnati: "A narrative and statistical view or picture of Cincinnati in 1815, by Dr. Drake," Rev. Timothy Flint's "Recollections of the last ten years," Progress of the West. (From no. 1 of the Western quarterly review,) and A table showing the number of inhabitants from each of the states, kingdoms and counties (from the Cincinnati directory for 1825).|
|Responsibility:||by W. Bullock ; with a description of the new and flourishing city of Cincinnati, by Messrs. B. Drake and E.D. Mansfield, and a selection from various authors, on the present condition and future prospects of the settlers, in the fertile and populous state of Ohio, containing information useful to persons desirous of settling in America.|