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Tunbridge, Vermont

Orange county. A branch of White river passes through this town, on which are mills of various kinds. The soil is generally a rich loam: on the stream the intervale land is extensive and valuable. In some parts of the town the surface is elevated.

Tunbridge contains a medicinal spring of some notoriety in cutaneous diseases. Considerable quantities of the products of the farms are sent to market. Many sheep are reared; in 1837 the number in the town was 8,260.

Tunbridge was first settled in 1776. It is 26 miles S. by E. from Montpelier, 7 S. from Chelsea, and 30 N. by W. from Windsor. Population, 1830, 1,920.

And today...

Tunbridge today is home to the Tunbridge World's Fair.

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