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Roxbury, New Hampshire

Cheshire county, is 5 miles E. from Keene and 50 S.W. from Concord. The N. branch of Ashuelot river forms the boundary between this town and Keene. Roaring Brook, on which are several small meadows, waters the S. part, and empties into the Ashuelot at the S.W. corner. On the E. side of the township is a pond, called Roaring Brook pond, at the outlet of which are mills.

Roxbury presents a rough and uneven surface, rising into considerable swells, affording excellent grazing land.

This town was formed of a part of Nelson, Marlborough, and Keene, and incorporated in 1812. Population, 1830, 322.

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