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On tho nth March, Congress passed an act making provision for taking the fourth census of the population, the numeration to commence on the first Monday in August. On the '>8th November, a canal boat was launched at Mcadville, built of materials growing upon the banks of French creek the day before, which loft for Pittsburg on the 30th, with twenty passengers and three hundred reams of straw paper.' Machinery was also erected this year or the next, at Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, for the manufacture of paper, from straw and blue grass, to the amount of three hundred reams dail-' In September of the next year, it was made at Baltimore by band process.

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