Orleans county. This town contains Willoughby's lake, a handsome sheet of water, surrounded by mounts Hor, Pico, and other elevations. This lake is about 6 miles in length, and one and an half in width. Branches of Barton, Clyde and Passumpsic rivers rise in this and other ponds in the town.
Westmore appears to be too high for the habitation of many people or sheep: in 1830 it contained 32 inhabitants, and in 1837, 10 sheep.