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Title: Industries of New Jersey.
Year: 1882 (1880s)
Authors: Edwards, Richard, ed.
Subjects: Industries–New Jersey–Directories. Manufacturing industries–New Jersey–Directories. Manufactures–New Jersey.
Publisher: New York : Historical Publishing Company
Contributing Library: Rutgers University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation
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rt of those who enjoy fishingand boating as well as bathing, and it has a largehotel capable of accommodating 300 guests, and otheraccommodations for visitors. Population, 75. Beach View (Ocean co.), a hamlet on the Tucker-ton branch of the New Jersey Southern Railroad. BeadensvUIe (Somerset CO.), mail Rocky Hill.Bear Hole (Burlmgton co.), mail Woodmansie.Bear Valley (Mercer co.), a hamlet near Titusville. Beatyestown, or Beattiestown (Warren co.), apost village of 250 inhabitants, on the MusconetcongRiver, which here supplies power for a grist mill ; itis less than 2 miles from Rockport, and has a goodhotel. Beaver Brook (Warren co.), mail Hope. Beaver Dams (Burlington co.), mail Woodmansie. Beaver Mills (Passaic CO.), mail Paterson. Beaver Bun (Sussex co.), a post village nearHamburg, having manufactories of ploughs and otherfarm implements. Population, 50. Beaver Wick (Morris co.), mail Parsippany. Beavertown (Morris co.), a hamlet on the Dela-ware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad.
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RAILWAY STATION, BOUND BROOK LINE. Bedminster (Somerset co.), a post hamlet on thenorth branch of the Raritan River ; it is often col-loquially designated Lesser Cross Roads. Population,102. Beebee Run (Cumberland CO.), mail Bridgeton. Beemerville (Sussex co.), a post village of 262inhabitants, near the eastern base of the KittalinnyMountains, and 4 miles w. of Deckertown. Beesleys Point (Cape May co.), a post village of232 inhabitants, on the coast at Great Egg Harbor,below where it receives the Tuckahoe and Great EggHarbor Rivers ; it has a good hotel, and is one of theheadquarters of extensive fisheries. Beetown (Gloucester co.), mail Salina. Begota (Bergen co.), mail Hackensack. Bell Grove (Hudson CO.), mail Newark. Belle Plain Station (Cape May co.), mail EastCreek. Belle Plain (Cumberland co.), a post village onthe West Jersey Railroad, having considerable manu-factures, a good local trade and a population of 200. Belle View (Gloucester co.), mail Newfield. Belleview (Monmouth c
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