Cumberland county. Raymond is watered by Crooked river, and several ponds. This is a good farming town, with two villages, and some trade. The inhabitants are principally devoted to agricultural pursuits. In 1837 the population was 1,802; wheat crop 3,203 bushels. Incorporated, 1803. It lies 75 miles S.W. from Augusta, and 22 N.N.W. from Portland.