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Warwick, Massachusetts

Franklin county. This town is elevated, and contains Mount Grace, from which a delightful prospect is presented. The soil is strong, warm, and produces excellent pasturage. There are no considerable streams in the town, and its manufactures consist only of leather, scythes and palm-leaf hats. Moose pond, a pleasant sheet of water, furnishes an abundance of fine trout, pickerel and perch.

Warwick was incorporated in 1763. Population, 1837, 1,111. It is 78 miles W.N.W. from Boston and 14 E. by N. from Greenfield.

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