Draper Manuscripts: Daniel Boone Papers, 1760-1911, Series CC, Wisconsin Historical Society (Madison, Wisconsin)

Filson, John
<The subscribers being proprietors of a tract of land iopposite the mouth of Licking river on the NW side of the Oho, have determined to lay off a town upon that excellent situation the local and natural advantages speaks its future prosperity being equal if not superior to any ont eh nagk of Ohio between the Miamies. The inlots to be each half an acre, the out lots four acres, thirty of each to be given to settlers upon pay one dollar and a half for the survey and deed of each lot. The fifteenth day of September is appointed for a large company to meet in Lexington and make a road from thence to the mouth of Licking provided Judge Symmes arrives, being daily expected. When the Town is laid off lots will be given to such as may become residents before the first of April next. Matthias Denman, Robert Patterson, John Filson> KENTUCKY GAZETTE 8/20/1788 8CC6

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