Wait's River, Vermont
Orange county. Branches of this river rise in Orange, Topsham, and Washington; they meet at Bradford and fall into the Connecticut. This river, and the streams that compose it, are rather rapid in their course, and furnish many valuable mill privileges. Below the falls, in Bradford, this river is more gentle, and in its course it fertilizes a tract of intervale. Its longest branch is about 20 miles. Its mouth, on the Connecticut, is about 100 feet in width.