Rutland county. A part of Hubbardston and Hinkum's ponds lie in this town, neither of which, nor Otter Creek, which passes through the eastern part, produce any considerable water privileges. The soil is generally a warm loam and productive: the surface is elevated, and, in the centre of the town, mountainous. There are about 5,500 sheep in the town. Sudbury is 43 miles S.W. from Montpelier, 47 S. by E. from Burlington, and 17 N.W. from Rutland. Population, 1830, 812.