Georgia and Tennessee Canal.-The Engineers employed in surveying a route for a Canal from the naviga
Published April, 15, 1829
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Georgia and Tennessee Canal.-The Engineers employed in surveying a route for a Canal from the navigable waters of Tennessee to those of Georgia, have expressed their belief that the measure is not only practicable, but decidedly favorable. The only land portage necessary in the whole line is about ten miles, as we are informed, for which a rail-way may be easily provided.---Milledgeville Statesman.
At a meeting of the gentlemen of the Bar in Berkshire, Mass. resolutions were adopted condemning ardent spirit as unnecessary to health, and dangerous in practice, and disapproving the use of it for the purpose of ordinary refreshment, or as a stimulus to labor.