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A Sketch of the County of Halton
By Robert Warnock


The County of Halton is bounded on the North by the County of Wellington, on the East of the County of Peel, on the South by Lake Ontario, and on the West by the County of Wentworth and the Township of Puslinch, in the County of Waterloo. It contains 229,556 acres, and in 1881, its assessed value was $6,702,993, with a population of about 22,794. County Town—Milton, the assessed value of which in 1861 was $150,000, with a population of about 1,000. Halton has four Townships, which are as follows:—Trafalgar, Nelson, Esquesing and Nasigaweya.

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