Rutland county. Tweed river is formed in this town, by two branches, which afford mill seats: it empties into White river, which passes through the N.E. corner. The surface of the town is mountainous, and the soil hard. Pittsfield was first settled in 1786. Population, 1830, 505. It lies 35 miles S.S.W. from Montpelier and 17 N.E. from Rutland.