Conclusion

Grant county, in respect to its population, wealth, fertility of soil, and agricultural produce, is far above an average county in the State.

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Its population, taking the same method we did at first, is 14,775. In the northern part of the county there are some fine mineral springs, the water being composed of iron, magnesia and salts. Out of a large number of soldiers of the war of the Revolution and war of 1812, the following are living: Chas. W. Porter, Larkin Webster, John Ferguson, Elijah Sturgeon, James Wilson, and Jeremiah Morgan.

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