Windsor, New Hampshire
Hillsborough county. This town contains only 5,335 acres. It is diversified with hills: its soil is strong, good for grazing, and for bread stuffs, of which quantities sufficient for use at home, and some for the markets, are raised. Black pond, near the centre, is said to be 160 rods long and 80 broad; and one near the S.E. corner of the town, is about 80 rods long and 40 wide.
Windsor was formerly called Campbell's Gore. It was incorporated with town privileges in 1798. Population, 1830, 226.