The outside line shows the boundary of lands adjoining the City of Raleigh, belonging to the State of North Carolina, directed to be sold by the Arc of Assembly of 1819. Gov. Swain in the speech commemorative of Jacob Johnson, p. 6, estimates ofthe white population of the city of 1811, to have been not more than six or seven hundred. The following enumeration made four years previous to the date set forth in Appendix No. 5 indicated that it was an over rather than an under estimate. The following table exhibits no accurate enumeration of the whole population of Raleigh in March 1807. It is to be regretted that no census has been taken since the close of the civil war. The increase in 60 years is conjectured to be ten fold. From the Minerva, March 31. "Correct Census of the Inhabitants of Raleigh, taken March 23rd, 1807"
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