Penobscot county. This town lies on the east side of Penobscot river, 6 miles above, and N.N.E. from Bangor, and 70 N.E. by E. from Augusta. The village is pleasantly situated at the "Bend" of the river. The soil of the town is good and well wooded. It produced, in 1837, 2,414 bushels of wheat. Population, 1837, 558.