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South Hampton, New Hampshire

Rockingham county, is bounded N. by East Kingston and Kensington, E. by Seabrook, S. by Amesbury, Mass., W. by Newtown; and is 50 miles S.E. from Concord and 18 S.S.W. from Portsmouth.

The surface is generally even, and the soil of good quality. Powow river passes through this town, affording valuable mill seats. South Hampton was incorporated in 1742.

Hon. Phillips White, who was a member of the old congress, a counsellor in 1792 and 1793, and for many years a judge of probate, died June 24, 1811, aged 82. Population, 1830, 487.

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