RUTLAND , acity and the
See also:county seat of Rutland county,
See also:Vermont, U.S.A., on
See also:Otter creek, about 67 m . S. by E. of
See also:Burlington . Pop . '(1900) 11,499, of whom 1533 `weee'
See also:born; (1910
See also:census) 13,546 .
See also:Area, 81 sq. m . It• is served by the'
See also:Delaware & Hudson (being aterminus of one of its branches) and the Rutland (New
See also:York Central
See also:railways . It is pleasantly situated within sight of the
See also:Green Mountains . Among its public buildings and institutions are the
See also:United States
See also:Building, the State
See also:House of Correction, the Rutland
See also:Free Library (1886, with 17,500 volumes in 1908), the H . H .
See also:Baxter Memorial Library, a Memorial
See also:Hall; the County
See also:Court House, the City Hall, and the City Hospital . The famous Rutland marble is quarried in W . Rutland (pop. in 1910, 3427 and Proctor (pop. in t910, 2871), which were parts of the
See also:ship of Rutland until x886 .
In loos the value of the city's factory products was $2,522,856 (28.8% more than in 1900) . The township of Rutland was granted ' by NewHampshire in 1761 to
See also:Murray of Rutland, Massachusetts, and about the same
See also:time it was granted (as
See also:Fairfield) by New York . No settlement was made until 1770, and in 1772 the place was again granted by New York under the name of Socialborough: From 1784 to 1804 Rutland was one of the capitals of Vermont, and the Capitol, built in 1784, , is the second
See also:oldest , building in the state . The Rutland
See also:Herald, one of the oldest
See also:newspapers in Vermont still published, was established as a Federalist weekly in 1794•—a daily edition first appeared in 1861, and is now Republican . In 1847 the
See also:village of Rutland was incorporated, and in 1892 a portion of the township including the village was chartered as a city .
PUBLIUS RUTILIUS RUFUS
EARLS AND DUKES OF RUTLAND
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